18 Burst results for "Ernest Tubb"

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We're all haggard, and that's all I had to say. He went on for 30 minutes. Influences for you Back back in the Red River Days Back in the Tao stays where starting right, actually starting to write music. In high school. It's sort ofthe Michael Murphy Michael Martin Murphy. He was a senior, and I was a sophomore. And he was the first guy. You know, we had a horrible football team, but we have some great assemblies. You know what I mean? Sure, he came out. He came out with a guitar and he said, This is a song I wrote on this slow lot bubbling up. My head is a songwriter. And so I went and got a guitar and learned hang down your head Tom Dooley and got into folk music. And Ah, and then you know, got into that whole scene, And I feel very fortunate is an old cat of Saint lot in Hopkinson. Man slips come, But then you know, I got to hang around Ernest Tubb and Gary Stewart. Wayland and those cats, So I guess my early influences were was folk music. You know you're fun. Dylan, then you Woody Guthrie in and then it just expands. So the lyrics were very important to sentry of this. Oh, yeah. You start off the case and Torrio and awesome used overboard. Axel Whoa. You know you just it just It's never just that's a deep, deep hole. You know that. And so that's where All right, for my influences. Appreciate the time that David before we let you go. What's the bad trick? Bands, but, well, I had this gig. I played this gig and it was a really rough gig. Sam was all squiggly and everything and all sudden, at the end of the gig, the promoter was kind of, you know, sketchy on the head down. There was a difference in a percentage. I'm going So I came back home. I got my own. About four in the morning came and my wife Judy woke up goes. How was a big man? It was a rough gig and she goes, everybody turns bad to discover now and then. I just went I guess everybody does. And which is kind of a street term. But ah and then so I just kind of put around these different ideas of like, you know, you want to be a Have some scars. If you want to be a poet, it's weeds out of a garden. You've got to hold it. So that was the whole idea How that happens. You know, you never know. Where the inspiration for sons are gonna come. You just kind of kind of be be ready for him. But you have a good memory. You remember the You know the whole Dennis Hopper. It was my, you know, Godfather and you know things stick, you know, and then they become lyrics. Do you know what I did know Ringo? Well enough now where you need a bass player Guitar player and called Ringo and say who you got. Well, I We've been friends about seven or eight years and, uh And so, you know, I can, uh, try not to cross that line. Be persistent, but I don't want to be a pass. But ah, You know, I mean for him to play on the record. I mean, I feel very fortunate, you know, and and I'm not trying to pay him and he wouldn't wouldn't take any money. I mean, he just loved to think he's open about it. Yeah, He's pretty well set, You know, Think scale would be that much to him, But you know, it's Ah, um he's been very, very gracious and kind to me. A healthy You and Judy. Stay healthy, where mouth socially distance to all that kind of stuff, and we'll be in Santa Fe in a couple weeks. Okay, Well, I'll tell you what, Once this is over, man, let's hang out. Let's do out. Tio, hang out. I'll treat you. This is all a courtesy of our mutual friend Travis Buster. Tell Travis High Okay? I will take care, Richard. Thank you so much. Thank you. Immensely..

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We're all haggard, and that's all I had to say. You went on for 30 minutes influences for you back back in the Red River Days Back in the towers days, we're starting right, actually starting to write music. No, I was in high school. It's sort ofthe Michael Murphy, Michael Martin Murphy. He was a senior, and I was a sophomore. And he was the first guy. You know, we had a horrible football team, but we have some great assemblies. You know what a man he came out. He came out with a guitar and he said, This is a song I wrote on this slow lot bubbling out of my head is a songwriter. And so I went and got a guitar and learned hang down your head Tom Dooley and got into folk music. And Ah, and then you know, got into that whole saying And I feel very fortunate is an old cat of Saint lot. Hopkinson. Man slips come, But then you know, I got to hang around Ernest Tubb and Gary Stewart. Wayland. And those care, So I guess my early influences work was folk music. You know you're fun. Dylan and Woody Guthrie in and then it just expands. So the lyrics were very important sentry of this Oh, yeah. You solve the case and Torrio and also used overboard Axel Whoa. You know you just it just It's never just that's a deep, deep hole. You know that. So that's where For my influences. Appreciate the time the David before we let you go. What's the bad trick? The band, but well, I had this gig. I played this gig and it was a really rough gig. Sam was all squiggly and everything and all sudden, at the end of the gig, the promoter was kind of, you know, sketchy on the head down. There was a difference in the percentage. I'm going up. So I came back home. I got my own about four. In the morning. I came and my wife Judy woke up goes. How was a big man? It was a rough gig and she goes, everybody turns bad to discover now and then. I just went I guess everybody does. And which is kind of a street term. But ah and then so I just kind of put around these different ideas of like, you know, you want to be a Have some scars. If you want to be a poet, it's weeds out of a garden. You've got the whole weight. So that was the whole idea How that happened. You know, you never know. Where the inspiration for songs they're going to come. You just kind of kind of be be ready for him. But you have a good memory. You remember the You know the whole Dennis Hopper. It was my, you know, Godfather and you know things stick, you know, and then they become lyrics. Do you know what I did know Ringo? Well enough now where you need a bass player Guitar player and called Ringo and say who you got. Well, I We've been friends about seven or eight years and, uh And so, you know, I can, uh, try not to cross that line. I'm going to be persistent, but I don't want to be a pass. But ah, You know, I mean for him to play on the record, I'm enough guys. That's very fortunate, you know? And and I'm not trying to pay him and he wouldn't wouldn't take any money. I mean, he just callem think he's over. Think about it. Yeah, He's pretty well set, You know, we'll think scale would be that much to him. But you know, it's Ah, um he's been very, very gracious and kind to me. A healthy You and Judy. Stay healthy, where mouth socially distance to all that kind of stuff, and we'll be in Santa Fe in a couple weeks. Okay, Well, I'll tell you what. Once this is over, man, let's hang out. Let's hang out. I'll treat you. This is all a courtesy of our mutual friend Travis Buster. Tell Travis High Okay? I will take care, Richard. Thank you so much. Thank you. Immensely.

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Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart to Join Country Hall of Fame

Charlie Parker

02:49 min | 2 months ago

Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart to Join Country Hall of Fame

"Before he formed the band. The fabulous superlatives, which which is is just just a a tad tad redundant, redundant, isn't isn't it? it? A A little little fabulous fabulous is is a a superlative superlative Marty Marty Stuart, Stuart, songwriter songwriter Dean Dean Dylan and junior Hank Williams Jr your newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Marty is going in as a modern era artist category, Dean in the songwriter category, and Hank Jr goes in in the Veterans era artist. Which is pretty significant been 60 years since his father, the great Hank Williams, went and to the country Music Hall of Fame. Dean Dylan. Has written songs for and this is just a partial list. Alabama, Brooks and Dunn. He wrote Tennessee whiskey. David Allen coded it. George Jones did it, Chris Stapleton, most recently. He's written songs for Hank Jr Whalen, Ernest Tubb, Keith Whitley, Kenny Chesney. Lee Ann Womack. Pam kill us, Toby Keith wrote about a dozen Toby Tombs. Vern Gosden. Vince Gill. And rode over 55 0 wrote more than 50 songs and shipped him off to some guy named George Strait. Including If I know me, I've come to expect it from you. Marina del Rey Oceanfront property. The chair in Georgia's first hit unwound written by Dean Dylan. Wow. It's just about all of them. That's just and just thinking If you're not from the most people, I think are familiar with the appearance of one Marty Stuart. Yes, but if you're not go to the Google machine Google, Marty Stuart and just for fun Z's Let me know Charlie Parker and I heart media dot com. How long you think it takes him every morning? Get that hair like that. I'm gonna go 45 minutes, and it's got to be at least 1/2 hour, at least at least 1/2 hour. I wonder how much hair spray Might you some kind of jailers? I don't know. It looks great, but he's got nice here. Thanks, Siegfried And Roy. I don't know which one but I don't know. He doesn't know Marty Stuart compared to Tiger. Wow. Just the hair. No, not even noon. And Marty's here has got nothing on Dean dealings. Mustache. No. Nothing. Well, congratulations to Marty Jr and Dean Dylan all going into the country Music Hall of Fame.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"A little faster It's GonNa take some time for the New York area and I know New York area. Stores are hit hard. But it's always good talking to you and one thing I want to mention before we go this. This podcast episode is has a sponsor. Can you the sponsor their doctor disc? How is it some type of purple pill that helps male enhancement well to do you ever go to Adam and Eve dot com via Adam and Eve dot com a lot of people since under quarantine a lot of couples that probably love to go to Adam and Eve dot com? And guess while you'll get fifty percent off almost any item and receive free shipping. Which is pretty good. I mean really only Amazon. Tra- Ford for shipping right. So just go to Adam and Eve DOT COM and type in gold mine at checkout and you'll receive a discount or a doctor disc. Thank you as always and like. Will you put at Record Breaker Snacks Time Upright? And he spoke to the guy about how he's doing so we'll talk about record breakers. We'll talk about how they're doing during the pandemic at how they're gonNA be reopening a right so we'll talk to you soon. Thanks man okay. We're going to end it here with a little Ernest Tubb It's a dark humor. Sort of song driving nails in my coffin. And and don't forget to tune in next time when we cover record breakers Chicago Illinois's for the next record store recon on the gold mine podcast. Now don't forget to go my MAG DOT COM and get exclusive content and you can also get a percentage off click on the subscribe button and also visit our gold mine radio hour and CYGNUS RADIO DOT com. Okay this is pat prince signing off. And we'll see on the next episode. The Gold Mine. Podcasts cheers all.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I like the buzzcocks singles album. You could get it for ten dollars. An original copy. So you know He. He offers some great deals and I talked with him. I've talked with Well our next next month's featured store record breakers which is in Chicago again. Dave really stepped up their presence on the Internet. And so I think that's what a lot of stores are doing. They're either offering curbside service as our good friends up in Strictly doing in Madison Wisconsin. Or they're just really beefing up their online presence. I'm really pulling for all of them and I feel bad for the ones who didn't have an online presence Hopefully they'll find a way to you know. In a few months that were closed they were able to get by I know through stimulus or whatever and hopefully though gradually reopened and you know people be wearing face masks and they can thumb through and then use a threat. Cards in use disinfectant later. I think it's going to be gradual process. But I'm feeling optimistic. That people will be excited about going back into record stores and just as long as they keep the safety measures. I agree with you and You know I can't think of a better for that old store t-shirt than getting up a mask made out of it and now you have your favorite record store mask to where you go. Merchandise I would wear one right next next. I have to go to the Super Bowl. Get Well we've been hit here in the Newark area up pretty bad. So hopefully the rest of the country will be reopening.

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

11:49 min | 5 months ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"A welcome to audition of record. Store RECON is Pat Prince Editor of Goldmine magazine. And as always we have Dr Disc Doctor. Doing doing great. Doing great still quarantined. Yep Yep mad secluded in our in our safe Listening Room so I heard I heard that Ernest Tubb. Which is the record shop? We're going to be covering this episode. The one in Nashville. You reported on them in June issue. I heard that there temporarily closed like a lot of record stores but what interested me. I went to their website in their mail. Order is closed as well. Yeah they're they're one of the few record stores I've Interacted with that is completely one. Hundred percent shutdown. Most of the stores that I've dealt with over the past couple of months have found some way to keep going but I think I think Day were so heavy through visitors and travellers. I think they just shut down completely a little background on on them. It was founded by Ernest Tubb and Ernest Tubb. Who is nicknamed? The Texas TRUECAR was an American singer Songwriter. One of the pioneers of Country Music His probably most popular song was walking the floor over you which is a Honky tonk style of Music. They call it and his record store has been basically open in serving lovers of Country. Music for seventy three years right. Yep since nineteen forty seven in that location until remarkable and the it also has a midnight jamboree which is on Saturdays midnight. I and that started in May of forty seven to And that is closed as well temporarily and that is always usually on Saturday night midnight. Central Time But the thing about the thing about this unique thing about this like you've put it. They only sell two forms of music country and Western But you will find some crossover bands like you know the birds and you pointed out some other some country rock in there so you will find that But the the thing they are open probably longer hours than any any record store. I know of I mean. These hours are from what Tend to ten on regular days. And then you have 'til midnight on Friday and Saturday and that's mostly probably because they're their cut of touristy as well right yeah I'm familiar with the downtown Nashville. Area and Broadway is kind of the main downtown strip. That's where the majority of the bars are. And they are right in the center of it and a lot of the attention and yeah. I mean you gotTa love a record store that you can get two at eleven o'clock at night and pick up want that is pretty good. And the thing is is that they sell a lot of I guess you would say Nashville Trinkets which kind of ties in with that tourist tag. Yeah they've got. I mean everything from shot glasses to Qatar. Picks to keychains and glasses and hats and shirts. That just support Nashville but they also have all of that same stuff supporting the Ernest. Tubb RECORD STORE. And they have some great Shop t shirts. What was there in the photo in June issue there was like a statue ernest yet. You will walk in. You're greeted by a full statue of Ernest Tubb. The man himself and then when you get to the back of the store the back is really a museum not only to Ernest but to country music as a whole It's it's really nicely done. It's you can get. You know you can get really up close and personal with a lot of the stuff so it's memorabilia basically Yep Interesting so what was. Was there anything that stood out for you? The member greatest thought. I thought that DUMBLE I. The staff is exceptionally knowledgeable of country. Music and kind of The Nashville area and The prices I was I was very pleasantly surprised. I mean I think they had some of the best price shop t shirts. I think they get paid like ten dollars for a T. shirt which I'm always a fan of sometimes question. Some of the stores that have t shirts like twenty five dollars a piece But you know everybody. Has You know sets the price for what they think. It will sell But you can get some good Classic Country Music stuff there that you might not find it a lot of other record stores and and price wise. It's it's really good and they've got books and photos of every country celebrity that you can think of probably autographed too. Some there were some autographs stuff there and You know it's it's I think if you're going here's how I would put it. I would probably not jump in my car and say hey. We're going to record store. Let's go to this record store but I would say. Hey I'm going to Nashville and I'm GonNa go visit some stuff. This is a thing that needs to be on our stop Thornton go visit. I could see that too. It's Kinda like graceland right if you're if you're if you're there you might as well see it but I'm not going to travel just to go there Even if I do love Elvis and I'm sure there's some elvis in and Ernest Tubb. So s there is but but I went to their website which is not it's functioning but it's they're not doing any mail order At as e t record shop dot com. It's Demille there is some good stuff there but It's a bit archaic looking but it is user friendly Because it's so simple but I noticed some good uh like I noticed the Johnny cash record that that I would probably I would probably order in its unchained in a rusty cage. New York broadcasts Nineteen ninety-six on vital. Yeah that's so. That's what I'm saying you'll find if it's if it's been available on Vinyl de relates to country music good. There's a very good chance you're gonNA find it at the store. And they have a fabulous election. You're right their website is is. It's very easy to navigate. Probably one of the original websites ever created Yeah it really promotes the midnight. Chambery used to take place right there in the store and now takes place across the street from the grand old opry. Where did it take place in the store and where all the memorabilia is basically interesting so how? How did you find the records were? They were used records as well. I don't remember there being too much used. I do remember that there will be a ton of of new but then also a ton of what we may have considered cutouts back in the day. That aren't necessarily cutouts. But they're so they're they're still considered new because they're still in their original wrapping roles but they're just older albums you know that probably were at Walmart and Kmart and that never sold and then they bought them in bulk and so they have them and they've got a great CD collection. Also country Western stuff while I was looking at Steve Earle for instance and their selection. They only two things on vinyl of Steve Earle. And he's got a lot more than that obviously. Do they have a good selection of artists? I mean they're all the material and I'll tell you that the last time I was there. The Steve Earle selection was a lot bigger Because that is one of those crossover artists that I'm a huge fan of And I'll tell you not that I've listened to her music. I am truly becoming more impressed with the work. That Taylor swift out there doing promoting Record stores and it's okay. If you like her I will tell you. I have thought about it now just to support the people that are supporting the artists. That is cool very cool and it is very cool. So did you pick up anything yourself did you? I yes I did well. I didn't buy any vinyl it by. I think I bought a Guy Clark Book and then I block shop and got a bunch of other little knickknacks. So if you had to like you said You. If you're if you're going there you're there you should visit I don't know where the next is there. Are there other record stores around that area? There aren't other record stores right around Broadway. Third man record is probably a three minute. Car Ride over Right around the corner from Ernest. Tubb record store you've got the Johnny Cash Museum Which is a small individual museum and then of course down the street. You have the country Western Hall of fame. So if it's it's more of like if you love music this is the place to be while you have been a third man right. Yep Been Third Man. I've been to Grindley's I've been to. There's there's a lot Nashville is probably one of the best cities for music period. Not there in the country right now have always wanted to go to third man records on the Big Fan Did you did you do a recon third man? We did not do a recall Just because they're such boutiques to work that everything that they sell in there really is just third man stuff it great place to be though I. It's one of those places at every single time. I go to Nashville. I go to third man while they opened up another store. So not Nashville Which is more of a factory? I would love to check that out to try right and maybe in your travels your come across Latte. Yeah well thank you once again. how have you heard from any other record stories about excuse me out there? Doing stuff starts to reopen a little had some discussion with the owner of factory records out in California and it's been it's been fun to watch kind of his developmental process because he went from really being just strictly a brick and mortar store to going very heavy on wine Especially through the use of instagram and has sold a tremendous amount of stuff on instagram. And on Tuesdays. It's Tuesdays. He does ten dollar Tuesdays lists a a lot of very popular records..

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:48 min | 6 months ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"He says that's for you it's not but if with this right even though they were divorced it was on this day in nineteen seventy six George Jones and Tammy one recorded addicts on golden ring radic had seen a television drama about the life of a handgun showed the gun changing hands or a hunter police officer criminal and a father of a two year old child all owning the gun at different points the consequences played out the second radic great songwriters our plan that to the life of a wedding and so he did in his autobiography years later in nineteen ninety six George Jones would say in answer to the question he often got did you enjoy recording with Tammy after you all were divorced and he said now I hate it it wasn't my idea so it was very difficult for me to be standing that close to her singing with her there were songs about emotions that I had previously and probably honestly still maintained for her and the problem was that fans believed that if we were singing those songs together then surely we were romantically together again or one day would be nobody ever had such expectations when a young Loretta Lynn and an old Ernest Tubb teamed up for do ETS but I mean let's be honest who didn't believe that when nobody was looking Laura Warren didn't wanna a man with the slow hand and who would have the slower hand in Conway I mean you almost wouldn't even be mad at Loretta if she may if she worked up some fried chicken with Crisco in Conway came and had a leg or breast you know fried chicken Ramon don't be weird good lord and you know you gotta figure that Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton at some point you know I'm and I'm I'm sure she's laying on her back in the in the tub he wouldn't mind seeing some islands in the stream you gotta figure you gotta figure and I have absolutely no doubt that Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell had she not died of cancer they would have they might've made that official but anyway you can slug this segment beautiful duets and Michael's profound thoughts about same Democrats in Illinois the state legislature use the coronavirus shut down as an excuse to bag the federal government for a forty one point six billion dollar bailout which includes ten million dollars to cover their own pension costs the Chicago Tribune take state lawmakers to task for their shameless dishonest their words not mine request The New York Times reports that Illinois Senate president don Harman a Democrat requested a forty.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Martini says I don't have anybody listen who's on to which I respond so then I was your point then there is the Jamie Johnson the remake of the great old Jim ed brown Jim ed brown who was it who is the Saddam object who turn guys yeah and this is the tribute to the old Ernest Tubb ten hi hello my that I grew do you well the in version we must pay tribute to Hank Cochran but he can and and a great Dane Dylan who's been on this show in this studio the co wrote this song of armed guys to the original laverne gosh all in two about the rap game because game in and he made a statement that Drake is bigger than JZ doctor Dreyer ditty.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on KTRH

"Great Ernest Tubb is any martini says I don't have anybody listen who's on to which I respond so then I well as you point then there is the Jamie Johnson the remake of the great old Jim ed brown Jim ed brown who was it who is the cinema who turned guys yeah and this is the tribute to the old Ernest Tubb ten time the nine hello mom that I grew do you want two four the version we must pay tribute to Hank Cochran but he came in and and the great dean Dillon is been on this show in this studio the co wrote this song will burn Gostin the original laverne gosh they go to the wall thank the twenty four set in the wall I was talking to my all about the rap game is a call game in two and he made a statement the drain is bigger than JZ.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on KTRH

"Yes some Ramones fans out there. he would be raised in Berlin. Germany. on this day in nineteen forty seven the first ever country music presentation is held at Carnegie Hall featuring Ernest Tubb and only a tough. on this day in two thousand six Willie Nelson's tour buses stopped near Lafayette Louisiana. and Willie along with four members of his band are arrested for possession of marijuana and psychedelic mushrooms. me and you guys. hold mine what can we possibly find on your bus the whole nation. is in danger that Willie is rolling along the highway to perform yet another show and might actually be call and relaxed inside his bus good grief psychedelic mushrooms I was around some gases weekend that we're talking about mushroom taken and I thought well why would you do that. I don't. I don't like the thought of being in an altered state that I can't control I told point man you go places you know respect I don't want to go anywhere I can expect. I don't just turn corners at seventy miles an hour I need to pick up a windows mayors wearing a look see what's around the corner I don't just turn corners I don't do that it's just not me that that is not throwing for me and not my idea.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The the and the reference to walk on the floor in the shot of through the doors you know that Sir Ernest Tubb you know walking the floor was his biggest hits in it he was the original troubadour Texas you troubadour the podcast that I told you about last week the opening episode is about Ernest Tubb firing on the guy named Jim dandy Jim Denny was a very powerful man who controlled the bookings for W. S. M. radio station and for the grand Ole Opry which gave him a lot of power who got booked how long they got book who got played on the radio and as you can imagine Ernest Tubb one of the biggest stars of the day who wasn't getting radio airplay you could see where there was a natural friction in the story is about the time that Ernest Tubb fired at Jim Denny and in the process you get a lot of history about the early days of national and and the grand Ole Opry and the story of Ernest Tubb and how he became famous in how he sold his records out of his shop in national there it's a it's a really really entertaining stories by a guy named Tyler may hand co COE which you'll recognize as being David Allan coe whose son he sounds nothing like David Allan coe my guess is he was not raised in the same household David Allan coe because he doesn't exactly have a twang are some grit in his talk but he researches country music classic country music in such a way it's really really good there's a story of spade Cooley who mortar who murdered and tortured his wife spade Cooley was was one of the big stars of of his day and there's the story of Bobbie gentry and of course the song ode to Billie Joe how that all came about it's really really good and I would highly recommend it I have decided let's see how this goes once or twice a week I don't I don't want to commit to it that's what I love about the pod casters is that they're not on a set schedule the ages they do their seasons and then they release them we have to be here at a specific time but sometimes it be nice to bill say west for work on that two more hours and didn't present but we can't do that I have decided to finally do it I've talked about it for years even if it's only once a week which is where I'm going to start I'm gonna start I'm going to send the email out after some of the shows where I give references to things I talk about because people often email me and say what was the name of the blog you're reading what was the name of the podcast you're listening to what was the name of that book you referenced or restaurant you went to and so I'm going to send an email with a couple of random thoughts that maybe I didn't get to on the day some of our sources for stories that we talk about those are usually posted to the blog at Michael berry dot com but I thought it would be fun to do that and then I'll include in there how to email me back with any show ideas I've said before no room a we don't need you to add the barbecue tips to our newsletter thank you that that's really sweet and she would have I'm sure everybody was yeah with will skip but you know maybe in time we don't overwhelm with awesome this too much awesome sauce right there at the beginning might be you know MLB drinking from a from a fire we don't want that but I think I'm going to do that and I think I'm gonna send the first one today so if you are.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on KTRH

"Looks like this Texas team is the new hottest ticket in college football Tuesday on Houston's morning news thank one seven the the wall full seven a all yeah said I'm a seven the all the P. T. and the reference to walk on the floor in the shot of troubadours you know that Sir Ernest Tubb and you know walking the floor was his biggest hits in it he was the original troubadour of their Texas you troubadour the podcast that I told you about last week the opening full episode is.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on KTRH

"About Ernest Tubb firing on the guy named Jim Denny Jim Denny was a very powerful man who controlled the bookings for W. S. am radio station and for the grand Ole Opry which gave him a lot of power who got booked how long they got book who got played on the radio and as you can imagine Ernest Tubb one of the biggest stars of the day who wasn't getting radio airplay you could see where there was a natural friction in the story is about the time that Ernest Tubb fired at Jim Denny and in the process you get a lot of history about the early days of national and and the grand Ole Opry and the story of Ernest Tubb and how he became famous in how he sold his records out of his shop in national there it's a it's a really really entertaining stories by a guy named Tyler may hand coal C. O. E. which you'll recognize as being David Allen kos son he sounds nothing like David Allan coe my guess is he was not raised in the same household David Allan coe because he doesn't exactly have a twang are some grit in his talk but he researches country music classic country music in such a way it's really really good there's the story of spade Cooley who mortar who murdered and tortured his wife spade Cooley was was one of the big stars of of his day and there's the story of Bobbie gentry and of course the song ode to Billie Joe how that all came about it's really really good and I would highly recommend it I have decided let's see how this goes once or twice a week I don't I don't want to commit to it that's what I love about the pod casters is that they're not on a set schedule the ages they do their seasons and then they release them we have to be here at a specific time but sometimes it be nice to be also west will work on that two more hours and didn't present but we can't do that I have decided to finally do it I've talked about it for years even if it's only once a week which is where I'm gonna start I'm gonna start I'm going to send the email out after some of the shows where I give references to things I talk about because people often email me and say what was the name of the blog you're reading what was the name of the podcast you're listening to what was the name of that book you referenced or restaurant you went to and so I'm going to send an email with a couple of random thoughts that maybe I didn't get to on the day some of our sources for stories that we talk about those are usually posted to the blog at Michael berry dot com but I thought it would be fun to do that and then I'll include in there how to email me back with any show ideas I've said before no room a we don't need you to add the barbecue tips to our newsletter thank you that that's really sweet that you would I'm sure everybody was yeah with will skip but you know maybe in time we don't overwhelm with also this too much awesome sauce right there at the beginning might be you know from from a fire we don't want that but I think I'm going to do that and I think I'm gonna send the first one today so if you are.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Have a baby try interestingly enough, I they hit by Ernest Tubb. Nineteen fifty-six ROY orbison.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The max, her podcasts coming to you from Nashville. Look, this look. This is very glamorous. We're here at the stadium that you're talking about. You're like, what is the pullover? And then you've got the that deep be showing all that Chesler white t shirt. I thought it was a regular white t shirt, but did go deep v. but I don't mind that I like to show you don't mind it. We all mind it, but you don't. You. You've got all Nashville here. You have a cowboy hat. You have. This was actually purchased by his YMCA national shirt. A funny story about the MCAA. What was the name of the record company? It was Ernest Tubb and we went in there famous record company. It used to be like this literally inter midnight like jam session place. Now, converted record store played some guitar. Young ladies worked there, and I was like, oh, feel the shirts, nice and soft. Tonight's cotton ESPN's going to buy it as a k. what is MCA Stanford? It's just a shirt. It's got to stand for something like ladders. I'm like, no, no, no. Like the defunct Recht company is Stanford Indian and like wait, hold on acronym for something. And she looked at me at the blank stare like I was stupid. I was like. All right, big gulps. I'll just say, never got an answer. Never got an answer before the MCA. Yeah, that's a big big part of the music scene. This is pretty cool. You know, I was almost born in Nashville. Explain. So my father was on the faculty at Vanderbilt University, which we're not far from here right now. No, we're not. I know that was that was here. That was always my dream school. But when I apply laughed me out because my grades Vanderbilt's a nice school man. The Ivy league Sal in the heart of Nashville cool place. It's got a little bit. You got a really, really good education and you get SEC football. But generally they get pasted our producer for the day, Roberto more with that. This is the bachelorettes capital of the world. Yeah. Well, that's what he's seeing. Day that is that like a, that's what I was told. Lorettes. That's just there's, there's got to be a better way. Could they say it's he meant and the bachelorette party. All bachelorette party? Yes. All like there's more accessible women for single guys. I'm a married man, so I know that so am I, but I'm just talking about the other a lot of talent around. It's a lovely town. But anyway, I was I was born in Ohio where my dad was teaching, and then he kinda Vanderbilt, and then it was short lived. But it was I was in Toledo overland, Ohio, Oberlin. Here's a small liberal arts smell over over its put an an Berlin. Berlin, Berlin. An overland like over the, there's no fees is correct. So it's really cool to be Nashville and everyone's really excited about it. So I was on the plane right in the capital that game would be sold out. It's going to be insane, people Nashville going to sporting events here. So maybe this is the place thirty thousand sold. Yeah, so I was major league soccer's coming here. So this is a town that's going to change into very soccer friendly. And we did you ever seen late night shows and they do like the God in the streets. And then do you like real interviews with people about politics and all this other crazy in comedic community. So I did that here Nashville. Major League Soccer in American soccer scene. And that's just to be all my God. It was crazy. It was off one of the best. Awesome. I said all the one of the best things was up at people and asking, they knew American soccer very well. Of course, the Clint Dempsey's the Landon donnas. Oh, of course the creek Burley's oh, he was good. Glare, but in like some people didn't know, can you name one American soccer player, David Beckham. Now the oath course, David go to ground, keeps them grabby encourage the, but that that segment will be out student. It was good times. There's a few a few doozies in there that you guys won't want to miss. We love doozy's. So yeah, we're here for the USA Mexico game, correct. Second half of the international break friendly's for both these countries that didn't go really well results wise and the first one, you know, the United States losing to Brazil, twos, if it was a binding. The dance and then Uruguay beating Mexico..

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I mean you know puffing country alon has such a long long history since the late fifties of crossing over constantly i mean even when you look at an out of cycling campbell and you listen to song like galveston wichita lineman i mean it's certainly not ernest tubb way most fister kate waymo cosmopolitan those jimmy wave cooler and progressions are like man that's hall of the world i'm always really curious into how artists see their work versus how people in the difference be music music culture in some ways like how artis either work versus how people in the media see the artists and i'm seeing a lot of press around that this is keith irvine's crossover pop record do you understand why people would come to that conclusion most show yeah but i mean as far as making music may i make it i mean it's gonna draw from all kinds of places and i don't think about it while making it it's really what the name graffiti you in the title came from was just autistic expression we know boundaries no no nothing i wasn't critiquing anything's as making it what what informs it like what what informs in order to create a focus it's a product of a bunch of environmental things attempted align that from so what was what was feeding in i think i love sounds and i love i love things i love trying to find things that go together a police dialectically rhythmically musically love blending in interesting things together in working with.

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"ernest tubb" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"ernest tubb" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"That was charlie leuven who had a career apart from his brother ira and that a song written by ernest tubbs son justin tubb as long as there's a sunday and we heard cal smith who was an artist tubs band he played drums now jack green but he played rhythm guitar and jack greene was the drummer green was the drummer some people would say maybe the greatest country band jack green and cal smith with ernest tubb and buddy charleton tar player leon roads the electric guitar player and jack drake who played upright bass so this as you could start a compare ernest tubb to me are surrounded by all these great musicians helped him the sound good and i'm surrounded by these engineers like stephen mcghee making you sound the sound yes and let's say we started with with cell the seldom seen doing like i used to do when we got time for a few more and this is my last last time to thank you for coming but and to introduce you jim healy old friend from many years ago fellow musician thank you so much for inviting me and i've had a great time and have enjoyed the music but the camaraderie and and chatting with steve it's been great to be here and come back in any time you get a chance not all that far away from us so i want you say something about this john hartford course was very versatile musician and songwriter and you chose a song called paddle boat shuffle well as as i mentioned before i've been playing some with a gentleman named kimball who's a songwriter any entered a song in the john hartford's song contest which has been an ongoing annual event and will won this contest based on the song that were about to hear song that he wrote which i think most people will feel like is very much in the john hartford vein as to how john hartford would write it and how john hartford would play it and we're going to have the opportunity to perform on the bean blossom stage the john hartford music festival first week of june and so we have a chance to hear hear the song now paddle boat shovel.

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