35 Burst results for "Elvis Presley"
Pew Research: Black Americans Did Not Have Trouble Voting in Georgia
"A few months after the Jim Crow two laws in Georgia were put in place And we have a brand new Pew Research poll here written by my colleague Spencer Brown over at town hall again town hall knocking it out of the park You remember that those laws actually compelled Major League Baseball in one of the most disgraceful things you will ever see They pulled the All-Star Game out of Atlanta In response to the election integrity laws that were put in place Coca-Cola longtime corporate headquarters in Atlanta spoke out against an American Airlines Delta Air Lines United Airlines all spoke against it Jim Crow two Well Pew Research poll is in So what actually happened in George's election that just happened under Jim Crow two Election integrity election security you know laws that make it harder to cheat but still make it easier to vote Number one the turnout was through the roof We already know that we saw that But even more than that what percentage of black voters had trouble voting in Georgia in 2022 What percentage Was it 5% of black voters said that they had obstacles in their way 10% 2% 3% How about 0% Have you ever seen a poll where the answer is 0% You could ask Americans If Elvis Presley is alive And you'll get more than 0% to say you betcha he's alive
"elvis presley" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"On the committee overseeing the legislation. So I felt obliged to take part. I think tell me that you want something. I want to die. Do you know what? I don't need quite how this worked. But so many people tell exactly the same story. It was a promise that the same with me, I won ten pounds, the very first officer I think that's the only time I've won. How does this happen? Well, do you think it was done specially? They thought let's give a lot of money away this week. Yeah, but it can't. Because statistically, well, it's random for a start. And I've come across loads of people who want something more intriguing we need a status issue. The word gamble itself, where does that come from? Yes. So at the heart of gamble is game, really. So it is to have to remember that it comes from a very old word meaning gaming, which makes perfect sense. And of course, you gamble in a casino. And of course, completely associated with gambling now, but originally it was just a public room. It actually goes back to a little house from the Latin kaza meaning a cottage, so it's a little house, but it was a public room and it was used for dancing, and it was used for music. So it's actually linked to chalet as well. But of course, then the gambling aspect of it completely took over. You mentioning a little house reminds me that I still have a wedding booking at something called. I think the little church on the something where I believe Elvis Presley got married once. I don't know the times he was married, but there is a place where Elvis Presley got married. It's called the little church of the something or other. And I must take this. Well, this is the little church on the strip. Okay. But it's like a little. I mean, I've seen the pictures of it. One of my daughters, when she was getting married for the first time, a few years ago now, wanted to get married in she was torn about where she should get married. One day it was going to be St Paul's Cathedral. The next day it was going to be the little church anyway, this little church and Las Vegas. So I got online, and I made a booking. And you had to play a pair deposit, which I did. And then she changed her mind about the wedding and about everything. Exactly. The point is I couldn't get my money back. They said, it's open. Any time for the rest of your life for you or your wife, if you wish to get married again, it's what it's not actually for us is for my dad.
Mourners at Graceland to bid farewell to Lisa Marie Presley
"Hundreds of people gathered on the lawn of Elvis Presley's estate in Memphis, Tennessee on Sunday to pay their last respects to his daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, a marchesa a letter with the latest. That's Billy Corgan performing at Lisa Marie Presley's funeral at graceland. Alanis Morissette and Axl Rose also performed Presley died January 12th, her mother, Priscilla Presley, read a poem that her daughter had written. She knew that I loved her. I fear I'll never touch her. But the old soul is always with me. She doesn't drift above. Lisa Marie was laid to rest at graceland's meditation garden where her father and her son are buried
Memorial for Lisa Marie Presley to be held at Graceland
"A public memorial will be held for Lisa Marie Presley this weekend at graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, the home of her father, singer Elvis Presley. I'm marching a letter with the latest. A memorial for Lisa Marie Presley will be held on the front lawn of graceland on Sunday, according to a representative for her daughter Riley Keough, Presley died last week at the age of 54. She will be buried at graceland next to her son Benjamin, who died in 2020. Her father, Elvis, and other members of the family, are also buried there
Lisa Marie Presley, singer and daughter of Elvis, dies at 54
"Looser Marie Presley the only child of Elvis Presley is dead at age 54, Presley's death Thursday was confirmed by her mother Priscilla Presley, a few hours after her daughter was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital by paramedics. Lisa Marie Presley was a singer and songwriter. And just this Tuesday she attended the Golden Globes to celebrate actor Austin butler's award for playing her father in the major musical feature, Elvis, Melanie chew People magazine's senior music editor, says Lisa Marie was having a tough time. Just last year, she wrote a really moving essay about navigating grief after the loss of her son Benjamin, who died by suicide. Lisa Marie Presley leaves behind three daughters after Riley Keough and 15 year old twins. I'm Donna water
"elvis presley" Discussed on WTOP
"Good up stories we're following for you on WTO P here in Washington classified is currently synonymous with controversy the attorney general appointed a special counsel this week to investigate documents, bound to President Biden's Delaware home and to D.C. office, at least 6 people are dead after tornadoes tore through central Alabama this week and that Lisa Marie Presley, a singer and the only child of Elvis Presley has died after suffering cardiac arrest. Stable WTO for more on these developing stories in just minutes. You are listening to model 3.5 FM at WTO P dot com. Where the time now was 1118. Graphic had weather all the 8s and when it breaks, let's check it out with rich hunter and then I will do TOP traffic soon. All right, Howard county authorities were with the vehicle fire southbound 29 just south of one O 8. That was along the right side traffic was getting by to the left up in a Montgomery county, clarksburg road just south of hyatts town mill rugged, that had been blocked due to a crash, some traffic may now be getting by under police direction. Down in southern Maryland, in Calvert county, a stretch of Maryland 1765 is closed between patuxent point Parkway and down road, that as a result of a crash which took out a pole of wires utility cruiser on scene, keep in mind in the area of Dow and lesbian and Calvert county. You may come upon some dark intersections as a result of signals being dark. Wind warnings remain up on the bay bridge, no vehicle restriction studies relents westbound two lanes eastbound for now no major issues on the beltway in Montgomery and prince George's counties Virginia beltway also running well as of late. JV loop service centers keep you moving from where it all changes in tire rotations to filter some wipers to a full range of services, visit JV loop D.C. dot com for a location near you, rich hunter, WTF traffic. Temperatures tonight in the 50s with rain at times as a cold front moves through the area throughout the day tomorrow we're dry The Rain is out of here tomorrow morning by 8 9 a.m. with temperatures throughout the day in the 40s and 50s and gusts of wind up to 30 miles an hour. Wind gusts on Saturday up to 40 miles an hour and we're colder, temperatures in the low to mid 40s. We warm to near 50 on Sunday with breezy winds and sunny skies, mostly sunny with calm winds on Monday. Highs in the low to mid 50s. I'm stumping for meteorologist Amelia Draper. Here at 55°, this 11 p.m. on earth is the evening upper Marlboro 50 centerville 54 now having gone up a couple of degrees in our nation's capital. This jet brought to you on WTO to light by lend the plumber, trusted, same day service 7 days a week, check them out, lend the plumber. Coming right up on WTO celebrating restaurants as they continue recovering from the pandemic. We are very optimistic. I'm Nick ey Nellie
Martin Dugard: Writing Multiple Books at the Same Time
"A question born out of my fondness for books, my interests in how authors do things, having written books myself. I have a hard time, shall we say splitting, where my mind is at. In other words, I really need a focus. Maybe I'm not a good walk and chew gum at the same time kind of person, but you have been writing these books with mister O'Reilly, you're writing these additional books, it seems to me that you may be writing one book while you're doing research for another. I mean, it's not as linear, is it, as some may expect? It's not linear. And it's not even, for instance, the other most recent killing book is taking the legends and that came out. I think it's September. And taking Berlin came out in November. And they both had very similar deadlines. So I literally wrote both of them at the same time. So I spent the morning with my own book and I would take a break. I go to a workout, I'd just go walk around just something like that and I come back in the morning and I would go jubilantly stuff so I go in the morning and be focused on Georgia's Patton, general George zukov, Stalin, Churchill, and take that little break and come back and focus on Elvis Presley Muhammad Ali. So it's pretty intense, it's just a kind of hyper focus. That's where there are no windows in my office. Shut myself in. Close out the world. And my butt in the seat and start doing the research.
"elvis presley" Discussed on WJR 760
"And hugely successful TV variety show are the stuff of legends. Even today his old TV shows are sold to fans, creating sales in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Pretty good for an Xbox or from steubenville, Ohio. That's Carol of the bells. A Ukrainian chant done by the all female ensemble, Celtic woman. That's time for an original Christmas classic. It seems Elvis Presley is far away from the one he loves this Christmas, and all he wants is to see her in his dreams, of course now we have FaceTime and texting, but this is certainly much more romantic. Seem like Christmas oh without you for too many months or between But. if I get the one thing I'm wishing for then I'll see you tonight in my dreams seems a long time since we been together. It was just about to this time of year. Looks like it is gonna be slowing
Rita Moreno's Tempestuous Love Affair With Marlon Brando
"I got to know about mala Brando through his daughter. I got to know a lot about him. But Rita Moreno had a hard time with Brando. And she admitted she tried to kill herself with pills. A couple of times. She didn't understand that if she said, if I was gonna kill this pathetic said, trot upon Rita, the rest of Rita was also gonna go with me. I really didn't seem to understand that, but that's what the attempt was. It was an attempt and I love when people get this, there's honest late in life, you know? Because these are these people are from a different generation, obviously, but Hollywood was so different back then. It was the golden age. People didn't, you know, kiss and tell. But you read these biographies that come out autobiographies that come out and memoirs and man, you get the whole skinny. What a great time must have been to be out here. But Moreno was married to a heart Doctor Who became her manager. I named Leonard Gordon and, you know, Brando kept coming around. And read it and want that. But he did. And she said he lost a big pot of himself. The good part of him, the good mullin that read a love, it was very complicated our thing really, really complicated. He was the king of movies. He was really one of the most sexual men on earth. It was one of those very tempestuous love affairs. And don't forget what you just said. He was one of the most sexual men on earth. That's why you have to believe me when Quincy Jones said what he said about Randolph would screw a doorknob. And he had sex with men. His own daughter told me he had a fling with mobile, James Dean. We were having New Year's Eve dinner and she told me that and my family couldn't believe it. It refused to believe it. And then she said, was having sex with men even after James Dean. Marvin Gaye was another one. So nobody believes these stories, but when you talk to people from their family and they admit it to you, you're going to tell them they're wrong. They're not wrong. And even though he was crazy, she admitted that she wanted to marry him. You know, but she kept sleeping with him regardless of the fact that he was sleeping around with other women, and it killed her. She said, one time she found lingerie that was not hers. And she went home devastated, crying and crying. And something wonderful happened the next day, she said, she was spotted by Elvis Presley. Who liked what he saw? And he asked for a meeting with Rita. And she accepted the invitation with that stranger's lingerie still on her mind, you know, it's going to happen now, she has a fling with Elvis because she's pissed at random.
Bill O'Reilly: The Unknown Dangers of Fame
"Well I do want to start with this because there's been so much going on and actually this book kind of is very relatable to events going on killing the legends the lethal danger of celebrity See that happening with Kanye West among others Incredible that when people become famous their whole lives obviously change And they become targets But in ways that many don't understand So killing the legends about Elvis Presley John Lennon and Muhammad Ali all of whom changed American culture We live today in a way that is defined by these three men in part And it's an amazing historical story People said look this is your 12 killing book all the others killing Lincoln killing your rising sun Big events Now you're going into cultural history But the history is so intense and people don't understand how celebrity can destroy you if you don't understand what's going on And let me make this personal to you Mark Levin You're famous Okay Everyone knows you Everybody knows me And because of that there are benefits but there are deficits And I think you following your career over the years understood quite readily that you could not make yourself available in a casual way And so people don't know about what you do where you are you do some book signings and that kind of thing But in you correct me if I'm wrong you understand there is a danger And looking at this is true Look at Nancy Pelosi okay And you can just every you can just stare step it There are legions of famous people
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Kanye West
"Lot of people tune into this program because we want to help them process what's going on. So we don't have to talk about it right away. But I want to make it very clear. Nick Fuentes, bad. This is something this is an example of sloppiness and bad staffing in the Trump organization. Recently, Donald Trump had dinner with Kanye West. That's a mistake right there, okay? Kanye West, when he was preaching the gospel of leading powerful Christian services, there was hope that this man had had a profound conversion and might have a powerful impact on the culture. But you always be careful with zealous new converts. You don't let them take over. That's what happened among conservatives. We let the neoconservatives, a lot of them ex communists, they came in. They were super smart. They were super articulate. We let them come into the movement. They took over and put America at war in the Middle East for 30 years. You don't let it's nice at the town poker gets religion. But you let her be in the back for a while, I'd really assimilate. You don't let her start preaching sermons right up top and take over the church's budget. Letting Kanye West be a major figure among conservatives and Christians was always dangerous because the guys kind of like Elvis Presley kind of like Michael Jackson, a super rich super famous guy surrounded by yes men. Anybody who speaks realistically tries to whisper truth in his ear, he will send them away. He has no restraining influences. So he's going to do and say, crazy stuff. Like apparently Kanye is now endorsing the black Hebrew, Israelites. These are the people you see in Times Square with giant signs saying that Obama was literally the Antichrist and that blacks are the real Jews and that John, where did you, this is such bad news. And I feel bad. Listen, I love Kanye, he's a sweet soul, but he is clearly, he's got to choose and he does not just as you said, doesn't seem to have people around him to help him to let him know like don't get near that. And by the way, don't say anything infinitely stupid like the Jews or anything. I mean, it's just so sick when people say stuff like that. It's astonishing to me.
Over 20 Shoplifters Still on the Run After Storming Local Walmart
"By the way, last night, a Memphis Tennessee. Our war torn city that is controlled by Democrats 2022 or 25. They had almost two dozen thugs armed with guns and they stormed the Walmart on Elvis Presley boulevard. And they stole all these TVs and electronics. If it wasn't bolted down, it got taken. And the police say the guy's escaped in 20 different cars. A lot of them were infinities. I know, no surprise there. So we'll keep you updated on it. I'm telling you folks, Black Friday, black, Friday is already started. The shopping is already started. At least in Memphis, Tennessee.
Bill O'Reilly Calls in to Discuss His New Book 'Killing the Legends'
"With us right now is the legendary Bill O'Reilly who has a new book called killing the legends, Bill, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Emily and Charlie, what's up? Doing great. Congratulations on the new book. I feel like you have won every 6 months. It's pretty amazing. Tell us about this new one killing the legends. Yes, the subtitle is most important. The lethal danger of celebrity. And now that you are a celebrity, you need to read this book, Charlie. So every famous person in this country has a target on him or her. And the more famous you get, the bigger the target becomes. Now I wrote about Elvis Presley John Lennon, Muhammad Ali, they are the cover boys for killing the legends. Because each of those men change American culture. So American cultural history is not widely written about because most historians are snobs. But if you look at what Presley Lennon and Ali actually did, their contributions to our history are enormous, yet under reported. However, in the process of doing what they did, they all destroyed themselves.
The Age of Rebelllion
"Why did it Sullivan have Elvis Presley on? Ratings, even back then, television ratings were the God and the industry. And he was the hot recording artist. But Sullivan was nervous. And told his crew, do not photograph, do not shoot with the television camera below Presley's waist because he's writhing around in girls or screaming. So it was for the waist up when Elvis saying hound dog, it didn't matter. He was so different, so compelling, so charismatic. And the country was ready. For a different point of view. And then the age of many rebellion came in. James Dean, the greasers, the whole 60s thing that we all know. 1964, Lennon and The Beatles did the same thing over a longer period of time.
"elvis presley" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Miller won 11 Grammys in just two years and legend has it that Elvis Presley stopped him on the street to ask him for his autograph. Today, Roger Miller isn't very well known at all. I don't expect the reissue of a trip in the country to remedy that situation. But it sure is nice to have all this eloquent unhappiness in one place again. Can Tucker reviewed the reissue of Roger Miller's album, a trip in the country. The final albums in the digital reissue series will be released Friday. Sometimes my memory is let me hold and
Elvis fans mark 45 years since his death
"Elvis Presley fans are gathering in Memphis Tennessee to mark the 45th anniversary of his death With the latest 30,000 people showed up to the candlelight vigil that goes past Elvis grave according to Priscilla Presley his ex-wife She says it's unbelievable how popular Elvis still is and she credits the resurgence to the hit film Elvis Priscilla Presley tells NBC's Today Show she loved the movie but it made her squirm to see how Elvis manager colonel Tom Parker could have done so much more for him He should have really probably probably stayed a publicist because he just didn't have he didn't take others where he wanted to be And that was hard because I lived it
Who Was Tom Parker to Elvis?
"Now let's go to Tom Hanks, America's most beloved actor. I'm not going to rank him, but I'm going to say it with some confidence. He is America's most beloved actor and he's a villain. Him and Denzel like number one and number two. I would say so Tom Hanks is interesting in this. And he's interesting in ways that the movie is interesting. So I've heard people complain about the way this movie centers Tom Parker. Basically, the way the movie is built, the framing device is Tom park colonel Tom Parker is on his deathbed. And he is essentially complaining that he has been treated as a villain in the Elvis Presley story that he's playing first out. And that he's called thief and told that he's been stealing from all of us all these years. And the way the film is kind of structured is Tom Parker says, no, I'm not, I'm not a villain. I'm just a normal guy, like you. But I'm also great. Like Elvis. And it's structured, again, this isn't a musical biopic superhero movie. But the way that Tom Parker is used here, it reminded me of Amadeus. The movie Amadeus. He is essentially salieri here. He's the normal, he's the normal guy through whom Elvis is greatness is reflected,
"elvis presley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"What a great song. You know he was the Elvis Presley of the 60s really. You know 'cause they didn't film below his navel. You know, like in The Ed Sullivan Show. Yeah, we're gonna be talking about Elvis Presley later. Because they got the movie out now. And I am now some of you are Elvis Presley freaks. I hate Elvis Presley. They want my son to have to do. Anyone want my son to have the news. They want my son to have to do your suburbs. In New York blue yeah, LA women. They don't use contraceptives. And it ain't because it judge clarence Thomas. That's for sure. Oh, my God. What a piece of work this guy is. Like, pavement, the end of the world, what can we call this guy? And I haven't heard any conservatives or Republicans call them out like you want to do what? You want to ban conscious between Meredith, couples, why don't you stay the hell out of people's bedrooms? Long done silver oh yeah. Come on, you know, Kavanaugh. They slapped around unfairly. But come on, clarence. That's where you were known as at Yale law school. Long time silver, right? There was bob guccio. There was clarence Thomas. Yeah, let me hear it. Midnight alleys wrong. Cops in cars the top players cost never saw woman so alone not sorry so long judge clarence Thomas won't let me use a condom. Sorry, I gotta. I have to abstain. Anyway, let's go to the phones. Loretta in Brooklyn
Company to Las Vegas chapels: No more Elvis-themed weddings
"From chapels of love to heartbreak hotels that may be the fate of some Las Vegas businesses because of a licensing issue Heartbreak hotel runs Elvis has indeed left the building at least at the edifice in question is one of those chapels in Las Vegas that do weddings featuring the likeness of the late rockstar the licensing company that controls Elvis Presley's name and image has declared it a sin for any sin city operator to use elves in its ceremonies The Vegas review journal reports authentic brands group sent cease and desist letters to multiple chapels and they are expected to comply as you might expect those who until now anyway were in the Elvis
DeBrusk scores in OT to lift Bruins over Blue Jackets 3-2
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Crosby's late goal lifts Penguins over Blue Jackets 3-2
"The penguins pulled out a three two win at Columbus on Sidney Crosby's goal with two fourteen remaining Evgeni Malkin added a goal and an assist as Pittsburgh won its second straight since a three game skid Chad Ruhwedel also scored Bryan rust added to assess Casey DeSmith stopped thirty two shots to improve to three and against Columbus first line power play really dangerous offensively I think when we play our best defensively I think that's when you know we're really tough to beat Oliver Bjorkstrand a Jack Russell mix scored for Columbus and Elvis Presley can stopped thirty seven shots as the blue jackets lost her second straight the outcome gives the pencil three point lead over the Rangers for second place in the metropolitan division I'm the ferry
"elvis presley" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"Throw in chest screaming, shouting, and she said, it was. Cory, have you ever dated somebody to make somebody else a bit jealous? You know, I think I did that once when I was younger, but it doesn't work, honey. If the person is if the person is moved on and not interested, it doesn't work. It only works if the person still has a little bit of a flame for you and in my case, on either flame was dead. Reuniting an old flame with a new one doesn't work long-term. It might for a moment. They might be jealous for a second, but that's all it is. It never works in the long run, but look at these names. Elvis Presley. Marlon Brando. Yeah. Rita girl, you had a family in the sliding you still do. Who would you pick? Elvis or Marlon Brando? I have to say, this is not just because she called Elvis boring. I have to say that Marlin just had a more raw smoldering sex appeal and Elvis seemed like a bit of a manufactured commodity to me. So I'm already seeing which one was like the most boring because of that alone. You know? He's wild to think of somebody like Elvis Presley, who we've all grown up, talking about. He's part of pop culture yesterday. It's amazing to think a he was a real person. You think now he was some sort of like God, but he was a real person dated people and it's another really interesting thing to find out he was sweet and boring. I've got to admit, I find some of the biggest stars I've ever met to be a little bit dull. Oh me too. Like, you know, you and I talked about Madonna. We both met her and I was like, wait, you're not gonna pop out of a cake or something? You're just gonna say hi. You know, it's really funny how that works. All they actually do, though, or is it our expectations are so, so big that we want Elvis to be the king? We will not Madonna to be the queen. And they're not. They're people. And so I don't know if Elvis actually was boring Rita, or if he just wasn't the guy on stage. Yes. Ring in his hips around. Yeah. It's fascinating, isn't it? When I met Kim Kardashian, I know her. Quite well. Kim is a little bit dull off TV, the Kim on television is way more interesting than the Kim sit in having a drink at bartin. So be careful about meeting your idols everybody. It never quite works out, but it brings us to our poll question of the day Rita dated Elvis to make Marlon Brando jealous have you ever done this tell the truth? Have you ever dated somebody to make somebody else a little bit jealous? Hey, go vote on our Twitter page at naughty nice rubber, or a Facebook page, which is naughty, gossip you can leave a comment there and be sure to check back on Monday to hear your results. Call in love, what are you working on? Yes, well, Britney's fiance just hinted that they're secretly married. So after a recent post on social media, some fans are convinced that Britney and her fiance have already tied the knot in a secret ceremony. So Sam just referred to her as his wife. Well, that's a big hit. That's a hit. But you know what, it's a slip of a tongue, perhaps that came in a heartfelt tribute to Britney on her birthday. Now in that post Sam says, I call you lioness because I admire your relentless strength. I'm inspired by your beautiful heart, I celebrate your smile that lights up my world, every day is your birthday, my Queen, happy for his birthday to my wife. So, you know, I don't know if that's really just like a little pet name. He's calling her because they've been together so long, but they met on the set of her music video for slumber party back in 2016. And it's been a while. And they announced their engagement in September 2021, 5 years of dating, of course, of that point. So while they may not be officially married, he recently revealed to Entertainment Tonight that his and Britney's wedding will be taking place sooner or later. That's pretty ambiguous. It's gotta be some I mean, it's gotta be student or later, so that's not a revelation. But you know, rob, I think a lot of people use that term. As an endearment term to their partner if they've been together has been wiped. I don't think there's anything there there. I hit the phones. I called everybody on my Britney sources, or my Sam sources too. I now know people around Sam. They are not technically legally married, but they do consider each other husband and wife. They need to get a knife for 5 years. This is not a quick relationship. Some people think that Britney ended the conservatorship and jumped into this relationship, not true. They'd been together now for 5 years. He's the one he's a good guy to. A lot of people assume because she's so rich that he's after her Marie. I'm told that's not the case either. He's a good good man. It makes me happy that Britney has found somebody who really, really likes her and has her best interests at heart. They're going to get married, I'm told very, very soon. I'm told it's not before Christmas though. Maybe after Christmas, it might be a surprise wedding. Over the new year, I can see these two eloping, but it is a term of endearment. I also have some friends and it's not something I judge, but they call each other daddy and mommy. I know he's wife mommy. I'm almost like vice president vice president Pence called his yes. What is one? Let us know. I know I know it's amazing. You know what, in your private lives, whatever makes you happy as long as it's legal, everybody knock yourself out. These two mainly very happy. Tyra Banks is getting bashed again. A former contestant on America's next top model is claiming that she only got paid $40 a day. So Tara is being slammed for the allegedly unfair practices going on behind the scenes on that massive hit America's next top model a Twitter user claim that the contestants were only paid $40 a day while competing on the show. That was confirmed by a contestant on season 9. This contestant confirmed $40 a day no residuals. That means they made no money from the show as it gets repeated and get this. They also had to pay for their own food. I mean, out of the $40. Come on Tyra, this is not good my Tyra was not just the host of the show. She was the executive producer and she was the creator. So this is tyrus show. Also too, the contestant went on to say, they had to sign nondisclosure agreements that were so brutal that they felt like they couldn't say anything to anybody. In fact, they didn't just have to sign one nondisclosure. They had to sign several. One person is saying that she wanted to talk to her grandpa while she was on the show, and they said you can, but your grandpa has to sign a nondisclosure agreement. Oh, my goodness. And she was like, what? It's also complicated. Tyra has admitted via Twitter that at times things went too far. She said, quote, she's been seeing the posts about the insensitivity of some of the past contestants on the show and she agrees with them. Looking back, these were some really off choices. She appreciates the honest feedback and she sends lots of love and virtual hugs. Tyra send a check girl. Okay. Look. That's the first thing. Oh my gosh, and rob for her to do this on Twitter. It's so disingenuous. She should have been immediately saying, you know what? Colin her accountants, we need to rectify this. We need to cut some checks for 12, 13 seasons of girls. I.
Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack
"Paul anka. It's so great to see you. I wanna ask you. You're sitting in front of a zillion gold records Where they happen to be your gold records for the most part of my keble michael jackson elvis presley other artists have been involved with most part a lot of those that are from nineteen fifty seven on. Now you worked with the folks. You you've mentioned. I mean i should mention this upfront. If i were better my job recently you've worked with drake the weekend Michael boob lay andrea bocelli. Olivia newton john. We were talking about your time with sinatra. How did it end up that you were working with what we today. Call the ratpac. No greater fan of dean martin than yours. Truly amazing that you knew these men. Well we have to go back to the beginnings you know the record business and the business that i was in was primarily run by the boys the boys mafia whatever and that was cool. There are great work for we knew what a position was but they ran everything they own the clubs the only record companies etcetera so when i started beginning success for young I realized who was working for. I realized you know how i was to be myself and i started working to copacabana. Which was the testing ground in new york city. I was successful. And i got the word that now that new york went very well. We're sending out to vegas to the boys and you're gonna work in vegas. So what year are we talking about. Big apartment what year we talking about. Fifty eight nine hundred fifty. Started sophie tucker. Which was i guess. My audition did well with her. And then it evolved into the sixties started working sands right from their youngest kid. Never worked there and here. I was with all these guys. Were my idols realizing that. Bobby darin frankie avalon still these kid idols. But we knew this at the end and we realized that we had to evolve survive into something else thus we had these guys that we looked up dean martin sammy and break so i like to sand started working and guys mentored me. They took me in. Because that's making money for them indirectly directly. The boys ran the place and we became very very
"elvis presley" Discussed on KTOK
"Idris Elba is born in London. In addition to dozens of nominations and acting awards, he was knighted in 2016, and he's one of the U. S s top 20 highest grossing actors. September 7th 1927 inventor Philo 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 time. Vision station in the U. S and the world the following year. September. 9th 1956 Elvis Presley makes his first appearance on T. V 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 Katherine Hepburn has her New York stage debut in Night hostess by 1932. She had migrated to Hollywood, where she'd win for best actress Oscars during her 60 plus year career, And that's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to discuss how collaborating with Neil Sean and Greg Raleigh came to be once again. NEOs vision Neo Sean had this vision to reunite us again and rekindle that vision. The, uh so he's the one that had the thirst to ignite everything, and I'm glad he did because he stayed on me for about almost a year, and I was busy with Santana. He was busy with journey and What Greg was is busy with Ringo explained in Ringo Starr's been, but we finally got together. And, uh, it's such a joy. You know, we all think meal.
Debra Winger Quit 'a League of Their Own'
"A hollywood actress is coming for. Madonna debra. Winger everyone gets you. We'll says she quit a league of their own because of the material girl. Deborah was set to play gena davis his role but she told the telegraph that she thought madonna getting cast. Return movie into an elvis presley film. So she bought out. Don't worry she got her. When deborah was asked about madonna's performance in the movie. She pulled her petty lever and said i think her acting career has spoken for itself.
"elvis presley" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Hey folks. i'm talking boone. And he's talking to me pat You're sharing stuff. That is just ridiculous. So let's just go back brooklyn high school. This is the fifties you are the big star. You've got three major hits on the charts you perform a brooklyn high three thousand kids and you're opening act is a nobody named elvis aaron presley. Yeah whatever happened to that guy. Well he's around no memory. He's not around a personally but anyway bill randle knew that sun records on which elvis had made one record had been sold to. Rca victor or they had sold the contract or elvis presley to rca. Victor and he hadn't even made a record yet for rca. His first record was heartbreak hotel but he hadn't recorded it yet. What he had recorded was one song to songs. On both sides of a record on sun records out of memphis a little label down there south and was recording not recording but performing on the louisiana hayride a radio show like the grand opera but outta shreveport louisiana louisiana hayride and And so a bill. Randle ask him and got elvis. Whoever was managing to come to cleveland so he could be introduced to the to the teen audience at salk where i was the headliner and going to perform and when he picked me up at the airport bill randle. He's he said is gonna come up from shreveport to to open the program for you tonight and named an a. He's a any told me who who was. What's his name. He said elvis presley. You haven't heard of him. And i said no i have. I heard a record of is on the jukebox in dallas. But i said bill. He's a hillbilly. I mean this was a bill. Monroe song blue moon of kentucky. Keep on shine and it's not rock and roll. I said is going to go over. Well tonight he said well we'll find out because he knew that he'd been signed. Rca victor was excited about this newcomer. So but i was backstage at high school when elvis and his entourage of about three guys came in lamar fi. Thank charlie hodge. Maybe one of his musicians to musicians. And so elvis walked in and his collar turned up his hair long. And kinda grease in then over too long but slipped back in his pants long over some scuffed up white. Black shoes said hi elvis. I'm pat boone's mention and any extended his hand but he didn't shake hands. Just let me shake his hand. Nobody his mom and daddy hadn't instructed him. How a man shakes as he disliked you shake is that was okay. And i said elvis. The bill seems to think that may be some big things ahead for you you signed for. Rca victor i don't know about that also and he just leaned back against the wall and his buddies closed in could tell he was shy. Maybe very nervous and understood why. So i didn't keep talking well. Bill introduced him to and said you know this fellow is but he signed archie victory. Is this give a warm welcome to young elvis presley and he came out any lip sync and guitar. Guitar saint his His record because it was at the soccer you just played the records and the artists would lip synch. In his case he came out and he. He was strumming the guitar. And singing that Blue moon of kentucky. Keep on shine. Well the kids liked him. I tell looking through the curtain that he was a good looking guy and they were buzzing back and forth and he's cute isn't it but then but then he finished his library much like do decide that running for hope you lagging. And he's saying that's all right mama now that's all right with me. It was rhythm-and-blues and they love that. And i loved it and wanted more. But that's all he had one record both sides and when he finished big applause and left then. I was introduced. An i got all the screams that night. Because i had three current hit single since march of that year when i came off finish my part he he had gone and i didn't see him for about a year and a half when we and then we will both renting homes and belair and i to have dinner with him one night at his place. And it said elvis that first night we met in cleveland. I was a little worried for. You seem kinda scared on nervous. Shy he will. He's i didn't know how to talk to you. Man didn't know how to talk to you. What do you mean he said. Well you star said. A star had only been recording since march. Yeah but you had chart records. I didn't know how to talk to you. Socially he was still in high school. I mean he. He had not progressed socially onstage. He was at home he love being any all of its nervousness came out in his performance which was appealing but but socially he was uncomfortable and so he. He didn't wanna talk to me anymore because he didn't know what to say to me because in his eyes at that moment i was a big star though i only had an eleven month. Thank god head start but we became very good friends after that visited a lot. Bench played touch football on sunday sometimes with his buddies in mind. And and we we. You know compared each other's careers often and on because we were both at twentieth century fox after that with movie contracts and his his dressing room was separated from mine at twentieth of by one guy. Ab- actor you may have heard of nate carey grant harry grant so let me get rate. You is cary grant and elvis presley. Three rooms did you get to hang out with cary grant. We've only got seconds left. We're going to actually hold that thought because this is this is all too much folks. This is too much. I'm talking to pat boone or somebody. Who's doing a pretty astonishing impression of pat boone. We're gonna have to look into this later. But i'd like continue conversation with whoever it is. Don't go away gama giving you the one that is going to have a wonderful time.
"elvis presley" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"Of this guy to e- tv is coming this. It's called the elvis presley channel. Bill i hate to burst your bubble. Okay well they missed a big upper way. There's no reason why they shouldn't call zee tv. You're right i i'm sure. Etv probably took exception to that entertainment. But anyway elvis. The elvis new elvis streaming channel will be free. That's the best part it's gonna show all of elvis's films which there were a multitude of because his. Who was colonel tom there. He signed his life away to start all those films. Those stupid maybe hated them. All documentaries archived footage obviously concerts also showcases relating to artists. Like johnny cash. And roy orbison so this this is like a you know his era performance. It's going to be a great show. It debuts early next year and it's free that i tell you that elvis presley channel it shows you the staying power of elvis unbelievable though i mean it's still what top twenty highest-grossing estate if every if not top ten yeah. Still demand for the guy amazon amazon tv. Donate 'cause i'm like a prime member right. Yeah yeah okay you can have this okay. it's on amazon. it's on amazon. Roku hulu in through samsung. Oh my god he's all over the place can't avoid. Elvis did speak in entertainment. Let me just throw this in. Did you see they're doing an exorcist. Sequel why. I don't know who did halloween two thousand eighteen halloween. They're doing it. A sequel as sequel remake really. Maybe it's reagan's kid gets possessed. I don't know man. So i don't know when it's coming out but they say You know ellen bernstein is still alive. The one who played the mother and linda blair still alive. So maybe she'll play them. I hated that movie so with that. God it's a fourth of july boy that traveled triple as insane with their estimates. There pretty much saying the whole country's going somewhere somewhere and speaking of fireworks. Yes imagine a major american city trying to get rid of some illegal fireworks and they make it a big scene and they start a fire. Oh my goodness we're going to la for this one. It's coming up next little morning. Show jen bill..
"elvis presley" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"31. This week number 28 What you know about love, Pop smoke. We're inside your top. 30 and Josh 685 says his sound is a combination of the old island jams. His father used to strum on the guitar on the music he grew up listening to which is mostly Elvis Presley and West Coast rap. Ah, here he is with Jason Derulo Savage Love 27. If I won't go where? I don't know how to do, it could be two for everything. Let you usually don't be silent before turning violent past. You gotta keep it may come back to back. I just found out the only reason that you love in me wants to get back. What? You owe me a shovel. But before you leave, usually never never even down. We should take it for the idea that every night every they're sure to make you say Bunch seven. There's somebody somebody breaks You're looking like to lend you bunch of sad video when you just may. I know you don't get you, but I still want that. Did you kill you? Maybe because we get around one e wanna look it now usually don't be filing deciding violent past you. Make him Miss Man. Obama Cash come every night and every day your two biggest a bachelor said somebody did somebody break job looking like to arrange a bunch of sad video when you just may. I know you don't get too but I still want that Just You could. You could just you know you Let's just say I know you don't get it, but I still don't understand Just how you like me. 27 Savage love Josh 65 Jason Derulo on 18 40. Musical. The musical.
"elvis presley" Discussed on KTOK
"And most people are none. The wiser. What? Take the Wizard of Oz in your favorite scene? Judy Garland was almost certainly being starved to death and pumped full of barbiturates. The king himself Elvis Presley was obsessed with death. Maryland Monroe may have been murdered and diamonds killed people too. In the most Shirley temples, father stole her money. Most charitable donations go towards administration, not the cause and football causes more deaths than shark attacks. From the space race to the Wizard of Oz. There might just be a dark side to everything and on park casts newest original show the dark side of We Pull back the curtain. Playing the groundwork timely Scylla. Sarah Fox News White House Press secretary Jen Psaki, holding her first news conference tonight, laying out some of the actions President Biden took his first day in office in 19 pandemic has triggered an almost unprecedented Housing affordability crisis. He took immediate action to confront the crisis and asked relevant agencies to extend nationwide moratoriums on evictions and for closure. And she said President Biden took swift action on climate change. This order protects our nation's treasures Spirit, reviewing the boundaries for several national monuments, places a temporary moratorium on all oil and natural gas leasing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and re establishes the interagency working group on the social call. Lost a greenhouse gasses and Saki said Biden is committed to ending new oil and gas leasing on federal land. President Biden is also signed an order requiring mask wearing in federal buildings. The Department of Homeland Security has suspended all new enrollments in a program where tens of thousands of migrants had to wait in Mexico for asylum hearings in the U. S. The program will and current covert 19 non essential travel restrictions will remain in place President Biden's Warren several Cabinet appointees via video conference this evening, but he did give them a stark warnings You ever worked with. May and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect. Talk down to someone. I promise you. I will fire you on the spot. On the spot. No way fans air but side went on to say everyone deserves to be treated with decency and dignity. Something he said, has been missing the last four years. Tom Hanks hosting Tonight's celebration in Washington, D C. Saying this day is about witnessing the permanence of American ideals. Tonight features celebrities reading the words of Qi historical presidents and several musical performances. America is listening to Fox.
"elvis presley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Jennifer Keiper explains. Doing another model can't make it to Tennessee to tour of Graceland because of the cove in 19 pandemic for $100, the home of Elvis Presley is offering live online to our tour's starting on January 27th. Graceland says online visitors will be able to see inside the home and it's meditation garden where the king is buried. You'll also get to see the late performers jet and take a virtual stroll through the entertainment complex. Jennifer Keiper CBS News It's 4 27. What if you could build a six figure retirement income in just five payments? You heard that right and just five payments? You could set up a six figure retirement cash flow for as long as you live, a best selling author break kitchen with wealth beyond Wall Street, and right now there's a retirement crisis in America. Because the pension system of old has been raided and destroyed, and social Security is already running out of money. But most Americans were shocked to find out they would need to save over $2.5 million to have $100,000 income in retirement. A new approach is required to solve this crisis. That's why this Revolutionary New Five Payment retirement program was released, allowing everyday Americans to use bank money to create a retirement cash flow without relying on social security or pensions, even people who are on track Have shifted money to this new strategy because it accelerates the amount they will have a retirement or can allow them to stop working years sooner. So if you're over 50 years old, I want to build a bigger, better retirement in just five payments. Call 805 70 98 98 Now to see if you qualify. Plus as a free bonus, you'll get the six figure retirement acceleration, Guide and video call 805 +70 98 98. That's 1 805 +70 98 98 105 +70 98 98 I do believe the economy will rebound, but we just have to stay. Of course. Yes, well, Senator, I don't think you understand what's at stake do you say safe? McCann's s a top plastic tips teriyaki tenderloin ground chuck peel, chopped and chopped sirloin porterhouse alien eats chicken cutlet water Treat from post op around shortcut by the pound Knockwurst bratwurst, liverwurst to sort of fish motivation was over you One more time. Top plastic tips. Terry accident, All right, That's enough. McKinnon's markets Denver's ever at Portsmouth in Salem, New Hampshire. How can I get some financial stability in my life? I'm.
"elvis presley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Dow futures are up 88 this hour. Have a good weekend from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Beldon Giron news radio 700 wlw 8 47 100, deputy. Well W o Could Elvis sing this at age 86 You, my dear friend to ride Elvis Presley would have been 80 sixed. Today. It's burning through to my soul Great song written by a guy named Dennis Linda. Dennis does the guitar solo at the beginning, and all through, it is well, it's boring. When Elvis started singing this song, it was in the early seventies, and that was kind of robust, Elvis. I don't know. Elvis might be out there in a walker 80 sixing in this block. It's interesting. I mean, you know his his influence on so many things, music and otherwise is still felt now, some 43 years after his death. I've had a lot of people on my show that either worked with or alongside Elvis Presley and one of the guys that I interviewed. That was maybe three or four years ago, a guy named Donny Sunder His uncle. D. Uh, yet Donnie Sunder is uncle was JD Sumner, who had one of the lowest voices in the history of music. Away. Dani Sunder was on my show, and he was touring with Elvis in the stamps Quartet, and apparently, it was just it was crazy. It was, according to Dani. It was like drugs. It was alcohol. It was women, and it overwhelmed the due to a point where he actually while in Vegas, went to the roof of what was then the Las Vegas Hilton. It's now the West Gate. At the roof of the Las Vegas Hilton. He standing up there ready to commit suicide, begging God to save him because he couldn't take it anymore. You gotta show that night to do with Elvis Presley. So I like I said Donnie on the show about about three or four years ago, and I asked him about that instance. About The whole thing of sex, drugs, rock and roll and the letter days of Elvis President. Here's part of what he had to say. Well, that was Saturday. We're closed out. That was vintage Girly Lewis, Telephone or Sunday night. And came back to make this deal was one in the hospital, and I went down to see him in the hospital. I told you about. You know where I met What I'm into And.
"elvis presley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Over sin. I thought it was Elvis Presley woman Walking down the street. Mike. This mural shows Orbison with his trademark dark sunglasses playing his guitar. She says. The attention she got for the work was life changing. The community was very like excited and open about it, and it's just something that I would never forget. This bright sunshiny mural is bringing pride back to Vernon, Texas. The power of the visual arts to bring a community back to life. This is what our attempt was with that mural when it comes to government support of the arts. Margie Reese is a veteran, having worked in the cultural affairs departments in Dallas and Los Angeles. When you have a change in administration and a shift in philosophy about arts funding, the entire field begins to worry. About what's going to happen. How is this change? Going to affect us? Steady is the word Reece uses to describe federal arts funding under President Trump, even though each of his budgets proposed eliminating the arts and humanities endowments. Congress rejected the cuts. He also called for cuts to the Institute of Museum and Library Services. There's a lot of love for libraries and for museums inside the Beltway Crosby Kemper was the Trump Administration's pick to head the I am ls like the endowments, they distribute grants and help shape policies that affect museums and libraries. Even the Republicans often talk about cutting funding for the arts. Temper points out that all three budgets have increased slightly over the last three years. I think you have to look at what actually happens and what actually happens for the I'm a less and the N E. A. And in the N th is they have a lot of support in the political world and including inside the the administration. But for actor Kal Penn, Trump's rhetoric has been damaging to the arts. Hand was appointed by President Obama to the president's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and advisory group founded in 1982 Pen plan to stay on. But after Trump's handling of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlotte's film, he and everyone else on the committee resigned. The president's committee on the Arts and Humanities was then never relaunched under the Trump administration, Justo Show you It really wasn't a priority at all. Penn wants to see the Biden administration and Congress give the endowments a quote, astronomical increase, he says. The arts benefit education, innovation, mental and emotional health. Plus, he says, it's a good investment when you say Okay, Well, why did you spend all this money to save this theater? Yes, you're saving the theater. And maybe you're saving the 500 jobs that the theater provides for local community. But you're also then saving the restaurants that people go to the night of the show. You're saving the hotels that the visiting artists stay at your saving. You know the parking facility and you can see why investing in the arts really makes economic sense. The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the National Endowment for the Arts released a report that said in 2017. The arts contributed 4.5% to the country's GDP. That's more than agriculture and transportation arts advocate Charles Seager's head of the ovation. TV network says it's time for the arts to be taken justice seriously by the White House by creating a Cabinet level secretary of arts and culture. It's centralizes in the positive sense of the word. All of the leverage of the United States government. Remember you have arts pockets throughout the Department of State Department of Defense. Um you even transportation and agriculture has a taste of the head. Of arts programs that they help support. Seeger's says a secretary of arts and culture would also handle intellectual property rights and exports. Years ago, producer Quincy Jones tried to get Obama to create a secretary of the arts. Never happened. Do you think it's realistic? I think it is realistic. I think it's going to take time. But we all have to talk about it. Crosby Kemper of the I am LS says he can't predict what the next administration will do. But he thinks Biden's personality points in that direction. I'd say the first and most important thing is that he's a great lover of Irish poetry and therefore clearly a civilized man. The Irish poet shame a city once wrote history, says. Don't hope on this side of the grave. But then Once in a lifetime. The Biden transition teams did not respond to requests for comment. Elizabeth Blair NPR news You're listening to all things considered from NPR news..
"elvis presley" Discussed on KCRW
"Was Roy over sin. I thought it was Elvis Presley woman Walking down the street. Mike. This mural shows Orbison with his trademark dark sunglasses playing his guitar. She says. The attention she got for the work was life changing. The community was very like excited and open about it, and it's just something that I would never forget. This bright sunshiny mural is bringing pride back to Vernon, Texas. The power of the visual arts to bring a community back to life. This is what our attempt was with that mural when it comes to government support of the arts. Margie Reese is a veteran, having worked in the cultural affairs departments in Dallas and Los Angeles. When you have a change in administration and a shift in philosophy about arts funding, the entire field begins to worry. About what's going to happen. How is this change? Going to affect us? Steady is the word Reece uses to describe federal arts funding under President Trump, even though each of his budgets proposed eliminating the arts and humanities endowments, Congress rejected the cuts. He also called for cuts to the Institute of Museum and Library Services. There's a lot of love for libraries and for museums inside the Beltway Crosby Kemper was the Trump Administration's pick to head the I am L s Like the endowments, they distribute grants and help shape policies that affect museums and libraries. Even the Republicans often talk about cutting funding for the arts. Kemper points out that all three budgets have increased slightly over the last three years. I think you have to look at what actually happens and what actually happens for the I M a less and the N E. A. And in the N th is They have a lot of support in the political world and including inside the the administration. But for actor Kal Penn Trump's rhetoric has been damaging to the arts pen was appointed by President Obama to the president's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and advisory group founded in 1982 Pen plan to stay on. But after Trump's handling of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, he and everyone else on the committee resigned. The president's committee on the Arts and Humanities was then never relaunched under. The Trump Administration, just tow show you it really wasn't a priority at all. Penn wants to see the Biden administration and Congress give the endowments a quote, astronomical increase, he says. The arts benefit education, innovation, mental and emotional health. Plus, he says, it's a good investment when you say Okay, Well, why did you spend all this money to save this theater? Yes, you're saving the theater. And maybe you're saving the 500 jobs that the theater provides for local community. But you're also then saving the restaurants that people go to the night of the show. You're saving the hotels that the visiting artists stay at your saving. You know the parking facility and you can see why investing in the arts really makes economic sense. The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the National Endowment for the Arts released a report that said in 2017. The arts contributed 4.5% to the country's GDP. That's more than agriculture and transportation arts advocate Charles Seager's head of the ovation. TV network says it's time for the arts to be taken justice seriously by the White House by creating a Cabinet level secretary of arts and culture. It's centralizes in the positive sense of the word. All of the leverage of the United States government. Remember you have arts pockets throughout the Department of State Department of Defense. Um you even transportation and agriculture has a taste of head of arts programs that they help support seekers says a secretary of arts and culture would also handle intellectual property rights and exports. Years ago, producer Quincy Jones tried to get Obama to create a secretary of the arts never happened. Do you think it's realistic? I think it is realistic. I think it's going to take time. But we all have to talk about it. Crosby Kemper of the I am LS says he can't predict what the next administration will do. But he thinks Biden's personality points in that direction. I say the first and most important thing is that he's a great lover of Irish poetry and therefore clearly a civilized man. Irish poet. Shame a CD once wrote. History, says. Don't hope on this side of the grave. But then Once in a lifetime. The Biden transition teams.
"elvis presley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We're not in Kansas executive director Margie Reese says they used one of their N'Diaye grants to commission regional artists to make murals in economically distressed areas. For Vernon, Texas, 25 year old Selena Mai's painted native son, the late Roy Orbison. It was a name. Mai's didn't know until Margie Reese played her a song. At first. I didn't know that was Roy over sin. I thought it was Elvis Presley woman Walking down the street. Mike. This mural shows Orbison with his trademark dark sunglasses playing his guitar. She says. The attention she got for the work was life changing. The community was very like excited and open about it, and it's just something that I would never forget. This bright sunshiny mural is bringing pride back to Vernon, Texas. The power of the visual arts to bring a community back to life. This is what our attempt was with that mural when it comes to government support of the arts. Margie Reese is a veteran, having worked in the cultural affairs departments in Dallas and Los Angeles. When you have a change in administration and a shift in philosophy about arts funding, the entire field begins to worry. About what's going to happen. How is this change? Going to affect us? Steady is the word Reece uses to describe federal arts funding under President Trump, even though each of his budgets proposed eliminating the arts and humanities endowments. Congress rejected the cuts. He also called for cuts to the Institute of Museum and Library Services. There's a lot of love for libraries and for museums inside the Beltway Crosby Kemper was the Trump Administration's pick to head the I am ls like the endowments, they distribute grants and help shape policies that affect museums and libraries. Even the Republicans often talk about cutting funding for the arts. Temper points out that all three budgets have increased slightly over the last three years. I think you have to look at what actually happens and what actually happens for the I'm a less and the N E. A and in the N E. H is they have a lot of support in the political world and including inside the the administration. But for actor Kal Penn, Trump's rhetoric has been damaging to the arts. Hand was appointed by President Obama to the president's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and advisory group founded in 1982 Pen plan to stay on. But after Trump's handling of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlotte's film, he and everyone else on the committee resigned. The president's committee on the Arts and Humanities was then never relaunched under the Trump administration. Just tow Show you It really wasn't a priority at all. Penn wants to see the Biden administration and Congress give the endowments a quote, astronomical increase, he says. The arts benefit education, innovation, mental and emotional health. Plus, he says, it's a good investment when you say Okay, Well, why did you spend all this money to save this theater? Yes, you're saving the theater. And maybe you're saving the 500 jobs that the theater provides for local community. But you're also then saving the restaurants that people go to the night of the show. You're saving the hotels that the visiting artists stay at your saving. You know the parking facility and you can see why investing in the arts really makes economic sense. The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the National Endowment for the Arts released a report that said in 2017. Arts contributed 4.5% to the country's GDP. That's more than agriculture and transportation arts advocate Charles Seager's head of the ovation. TV network says it's time for the arts to be taken justice seriously by the White House by creating a Cabinet level secretary of arts and culture. It's centralizes in the positive sense of the word. All of the leverage of the United States government. Remember you have arts pockets throughout the Department of State Department of Defense. Um you even transportation and agriculture has a taste of that. Of arts programs that they help support. Seeger's says a secretary of arts and culture would also handle intellectual property rights and exports. Years ago, producer Quincy Jones tried to get Obama to create a secretary of the arts. Never happened. Do you think it's realistic? I think it is realistic. I think it's going to take time. But we all have to talk about it. Crosby Kemper of the I am LS says he can't predict what the next administration will do. But he thinks Biden's personality points in that direction. I'd say the first and most important thing is that he's a great lover of Irish poetry and therefore clearly a civilized man. The Irish poet shame a city once wrote history, says. Don't hope on this side of the grave. But then Once in a lifetime. The Biden transition teams did not respond to requests for comment. 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