5 Burst results for "Ernie Anderson"
"ernie anderson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"James, and yeah, that's from Mary in New York, New York rocked my radio, and that was a Jerry deepen buck. And he wrote it along with a friend, and it was released about 1986, and it's got air checks interspersed through it as well. And it's a lot of fun. So we're going to tell the mad daddy story because I promised I would. And it's mad daddy, by the way, is a disc jockey who killed himself in 1968. Let's get there. But in terms of the deal, when he burst onto the scene in Cleveland, he just became an underground hero. And I should back up and say, this is a guy who was from San Francisco and he started in radio in San Diego and actually his brothers stayed there long term, but he realized that for whatever reason, certain West Coast cities, radio wasn't, wasn't as important to them. And he targeted Cleveland and Akron as areas that would be great radio markets. And they were no doubt about that. And he was on air and Akron at first and then W J W hired him in Cleveland. And this was an interesting thing because this is prior to rock and roll really taking off. Nobody JW was block programmed to a good degree. So he worked there in two different ships. He worked there as Pete Myers who is brilliant with P or Myers, but he worked there as Pete Myers in the afternoon. And then he came back and did this mad daddy persona. And people always talked about mad daddy as if he invented what he did. And certainly to Cleveland listeners, this was new, and this was different. But the reality, sorry to say for Pete Myers, is that really what he was doing was what Jocko had done. Jaco Henderson and, of course, the guy who really originated the ryman on the air more than anybody was probably hot rod holbert in Memphis and then at WS 80 in Baltimore. And so soul jocks had been doing it and I still say Jocko was probably the master. He was just great. But in Cleveland, Pete mad daddy certainly adopted this that all you can hear air checks online to it all rhymed and it was very fast and, you know, of course that would become the norm for night jocks and top 40 all over the place. So you had two different entities. He also wound up getting a little TV time as well. And in fact, some people would claim that Ernie Anderson, who, of course, later a great voice-over talent, but in Cleveland, but became the great ghoul Artie with the horror movies that a lot of his shtick was based on on Pete Myers. And I think that Ernie actually would admit that if he had been asked, I think he had been a few times. But in any event, mad daddy's TV showed in last that long. And actually, his time at wjw didn't last that long because W H K, color radio, was debuting top 40, 24/7, and they want to hire him. Now the only problem was he had a 90 day non compete. And so for 90 days, he was off the air, but that's sort of when he was a craziest. He actually parachuted into the Lake. It's a long story, but believe me, there was no publicity that this guy wouldn't do. And he was huge. I mean, there were people who would wait outside the studios every night to see and mad daddy would come out in a cape and all this. And by the way, just like Pete Myers, the MOR guy, was so different than mad daddy. Pete Myers the person was also very different than mad daddy. My daddy was flamboyant and crazy and all this and Pete Myers, you barely could get a word out of the guy. But when he became mad daddy, you know, he just took off. Well, just like Alan freed went to New York, Pete Myers want to go to New York too. And he got there. But who hires him as W N ew. And of course, what they're interested in is Pete Myers, not mad daddy. And he, when he gets there, which was I think 1961, he says, well, let me just try mad daddy. Now, you got to understand about WWE. This is sedate. This is MOR. You know, they're not only playing the green door by Jim Lowe, Jim Lowe was a disc jockey there. You know, it's not mad daddy territory, certainly not an afternoon drive, but nonetheless, here comes mad daddy for one show and a complaint level was so high that management said you will never be mad daddy again. And so he was Pete Myers doing MOR records for a while. And then a kid who had been his intern in Cleveland got the job programming wi and S and of course brought him over to ten ten wins where he followed Murray the K the act never really caught on in a big way. And again, you can see why, because here, Jocko Henderson's got his own television show for God's sakes, and he's the real deal. And you know, there are people on WWL and WWE and all this that clearly could do metadata better than mad daddy. Truth be known. And on top of that, times were changing and music was changing. And this was going to be the death knell for a lot of bits. And here come The Beatles and the British invasion. And so it just was not the pick to click to say the least. It didn't work. So he winds up going back to WWE because wi and S one all news group W had bought a more as Mary the K used to say agree a soup D is W and they became all news. And so Pete needs a job. He goes back to WNW warriors for a few years and then one day in 68 tell them we're going to change your shift. We're going to put you back to evenings now and he goes home and within a few days kills himself. Now, prior to them announcing they were going to move his shift. He had gone back to Cleveland for a Norman knight appearance, and who was just terrific. Norm was and he was doing the show. And here's Pete mad daddy. Who all his old fans are there. So it's like he got to see what the adulation he had experienced fairly briefly. And a decade ago was like. And beyond that, what led to suicide, of course, he was a complex person. And not well known. But you can hear the air checks all over the place. And, you know, it's basically what you'd expect. But in his MOR announcer's voice, he would also put out records and invent words. And in 1958, he put out what is a fistula. So we'll go with that for Pete Myers, not mad daddy, but a Pete Myers example. What is a vistas? Well, the stairs are everywhere, and come in all shapes and sizes. Big
"ernie anderson" Discussed on ARN
"We couldn't do it without the hall of famer himself the founder of the four horsemen the creator of the spine buster. He is aa. He is the enforcer. He's ernie anderson aren't how are you. Man am always good sir. As long as i am co hosting with you. Well i appreciate that compliment. It has been a fun year. We've sort of flip flop the format. We're going back to your roots. And we're breaking it down. Month-by-month join us today as we journey through june of nineteen eighty five. Am i get things. Kicked off with tv in atlanta and man. This is A big time for you. Just add context. It's now officially been revealed that you're not only an anderson But you're going to be teeming with all the anderson who you grew up watching on tv as a young georgia wrestling fan. And not only. Are y'all teaming together. Actually the national tag team champ. So it's a big tom in your career and you're working for arguably the second biggest promoter in the whole country it's come down to what is essentially a two horse race sur. Sure the awa and bill watts world or still around but it was really hard to compete with w tbs it was not called the superstation by accident. The market penetration. There is not just a syndicated. Show here there. And certainly mid atlantic and jim crockett. Promotions had that but this is nationwide baby x. In fact worldwide i mean folks abroad. Were seeing what you guys were doing. -solutely at you know we were if you go back and listen to the last couple of podcasts. We've been skipping around. You know all over the country jim. Crockett promotions is trying to figure out where that new television where it's going and what the immediate effects are and where some good towns and you know. We're kind of been skipping around. They're just trying to figure okay. We've got that television. That goes everywhere. Now what are the markets that are still hot leftover from either georgia championship wrestling. Or whatever. so lot of you know exploratory work going on this. What is this particular. Tv what is the date you have that there. We're gonna be talking about june first nine thousand nine hundred eighty five. This is where we had the whole brett sawyer thing and we sort of teas that before but one a segment was I believe it's a singles match with you. Larry clark when after the bow. That's when things really come to ahead let's Let's actually go ahead and take a listen right now. This is A clip from arn anderson versus. Larry cook that would've aired on july. The eighth are sorry. June the eighth but it was filmed on the. I believe as you probably picked up by now arn was putting over a lot of people back in the day But not as often as we're putting over gyco gotcha go save some money. Geico dot com. It'd be glad you did and the rain now. A man brad. You've been talking about iron anderson very good you know. He wouldn't be wearing that trap around his waist. But i'm just here you know just to look things over and they tried to take my brother's eyesight which i've said before is Guys is you cannot get back right so.
"ernie anderson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Gina grand bryant. Bishop this one is from september. Twenty seventeen it's rotten. Tomatoes game one hundred twelve. Jefferson plays around of tom cruise. Themed run tomatoes game. Check it out all right. Should we play the play the game. We got theme song. We got a theme. Tom cruiser name of the game makes their still does all right. So this is all crews movies. And we're picking the score the average critic's score not top critics. Not people just average critic score all right our first movie. Has tom. cruise as captain nathan. Algren american military officer hired by the emperor of japan to train the country's first army in the art of modern warfare two thousand. Three's the last samurai. you want to write down. your answer. Mangold directed yeah. I've but i'm always battery directors. I have no idea on this movie. I remember while it was. It was a book. Ryan edward zwick that respect artists. Yeah was it. A balk are making that up. Their books are all books a year. It looks like it was a book. And i should remember it being a big thing like i. It was a book and now we finally made it and movie but then it was a lot much much ado about the movie. But then it didn't really pan out so the big reveal of ken watanabe. That was his cow. Okay all right. Well i'm going to say the critics hated. I'm gonna say they didn't love it. I didn't hear a lot about it but probably a lot of nice period. Garbage sixty six percent eight percent fifty six percent sixty four percent. Well someone's on the nose and his name is adam karol as the last samurai is fresh and sixty six percent. I'll take a little credit to two percents. you're screwed. Because that means he gets a five point deduction get a five point deduction working sixty four. Always you heard me wrong. Our next movie I've never seen it. Blasphemy one random day in san fernando valley at dying father young male caretaker famous son police officers show host and estranged daughter become part of a dazzling multiplicity of plots but one story one thousand nine hundred ninety magnolia. How do you shake your hot and so humid. New idea shook his head like ever seen tom cruise. Play a character like this before. And i don't think he's played one like this. Since it was it was his last and final academy award less than five. I don't think he's ever get nominated. Many got him movies on so many all right. I've not seen this movie either. This movie i found a theater to see it at my own. Owns the. It's the when you walk into a guy's house and they have the dvd collection without fail. Nines there with maybe like bloodsport. It's always is that good movie. I'll see gene is trying to do here. The critics love this one paul. Thomas anderson's boogie nights. I am going to love boogie nights. And i used to work at the flask. 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All right. great movie loved every second of it. Never stop watching it. I'm going to go eighty nine ninety three ninety. Four ninety to spread magnolia certified fresh eighty four but the people have eighty nine at twenty two point deduction that's way do you have He four. it's very long and it's in the frogs at the end of super weird ernie anderson wednesday. Chris is i witnessed a murder and the killer. Lots of i forget on jollies agent. Dan dan white slavers worth over twenty five thousand dollars on vegas wednesday god. I got air work. 'white-slavers chris an eye witness to murder and the killer. Plots bang on jollies angel. Santana sniffs on a ring of white. Slavers looks with twenty five thousand dollars on vegas wednesday. Every third episode of every tv show produced in the seventies was loosely based on a hot chick witnessing a murder and now she needed to be attacked him. I don't know what's going on with hot chicks today. 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"ernie anderson" Discussed on Pivot
"Twitter blue if they actually put together something that you would want. is something i would consider. You think subscription twitter and subscription. That's about it. this way. Subscription is such a superior business and the marketplace values it in a multiple of revenues versus multiple of yuba did if another players in search capture one percent of the revenue research market bill captured ten percent of the market cap. Which by the way as one hundred and sixty billion dollars. So you're gonna see a variety of niche players including eva that say we're going to exit the ecosystem to paints us into a business model where we're no longer focused on the consumer. The creator reflects pitcher. I think that's a really good. That's a very good prediction. I have a short prediction taxed and smith from the texas texas high school this. She's the valedictorian. And i don't know if you noticed. When you do valedictorian speeches. You have to submit them to the administration and the valedictorian not. I don't think we even had that at my school anyway. A lot of high schools do and And she was giving her speech and she changed it mid's she just changed it. She didn't deliver the speech. He said he was gonna live right and she did a an incredible speech about the abortion laws in texas very onerous abortion laws. They're passing to try to restrict abortions. Let's listen to. Let's take a listen. And i'm talking about this today. On a day as important as this on a day honoring twelve years of hard academic work on a day where we are all gathered together on a day where you are most inclined to listen to a voice like mine. A woman's voice to tell you that this is a problem and it's a problem. That cannot wait and i cannot give up this platform to promote complacency and peace when there was a war on my body and a war on my rights. A war on the rights of your mother's a war on the rights of your sister's a war on the rights of your daughters. We cannot stay silent. Thank you high school in canton. Texas football field oriented right here in dallas. High school valedictorian speech. Makes them pass. I've written her. I'm like please come this speech. She was like basically stay the fuck off my body. And here's why but she's so smart because she's the valedictorian. She did it. But i love that. She just did it. She just like she. Just like yeah. I'm doing this speech about how we should move forward together in hand in hand and this and that and instead she was like pets love it love seven and ten dollars a very important figure in the senior senator from texas and in twenty years. Did you know that seven ten high school valedictorians or girls girls because usually seventeen. Yeah seven intern. And then what happens. Claris going to be about the korean and more go to college and more graduate from college relatively speaking And it creates a host of issues we talked about. Young women are are doing really well and young men are doing really poorly Anyways i've watched for her future. Good for the fallout must be intense. But you know what she was like. What a bad ass. I wish i was that much of a bad. As i'll tell you that and i don't say that often anyway. That is the show. We'll be back on tuesday paxton. Congratulations please send us your listener. Mail questions we love them. Go to n. y. Mag dot com slash pivot to have a chance to be on the podcast Scott redis out. I'm glad you brought attention to that. I think i think that's wonderful. She's bad ass. Today's show is produced by rebekah synonymous ernie anderson. Engineered this episode. Thanks also drew. Boroughs feel like the show. Please subscribe. if you're on android. Check us out on spotify or frankly wherever you listen to podcasts. Please recommend it to a friend. Thanks for listening to pippin box. Media will be back next week for another break down the all things tech and business. Let's go listen to. Lake highlands valedictorian. paxton smith. Well done well done. Leadership is the ability to take shit and sacrifice short-term popularity economic vitality to say and do the right thing. Here's the leader care. Here's a leader..
"ernie anderson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I see. Nobody else sees it. Value doesn't see it. Nobody works. Sees it on Lee. I see it. Conway raw at gmail dot com. And what we did for a while. Is people email that nice said Okay, I'll read it on the air without reading it first. And then I got no wee bit a trouble for doing that. And I stopped doing it right because when you get in your fifties You're not really into trouble anymore. All right? I mean, the last age where you should be in trouble in life. What do you think it is? Let's do not do a quick whip around. But Mondo, What do you think? The ages we should start straightening your life up and not really get in trouble anymore. Like you know, you know d wise with friends and puke ng behind the bar and stuff like that. Um I'd say like 22 22. Okay. Alright, Angel. What do you think? Let's go by the way, because there's been a study on this on when people should, you know, stop all the craziness in their life. That's why I'm asking. What do you think is 33? Yeah. 33. Okay. 33 belly. What do you think? I think it's 27. All right. And what about Debra Mark? I'd say 25. Okay, The number is 28. I'm Luo got very, very close. 28. They said you should leave trouble behind. You know there was a study done by and it was issued and paid for by the car rental companies because they want to pay a doctor. They want to pay scientists. And they wanted to pay them for a study and was extensive long study and they only they only asked one question study. When does the human brain fully developed? And that study came back, and almost all of them agreed that the brain fully developed a at age 25. 25. You're considered a responsible adult. That's why in most parts of this country, most parts the world you cannot rent a car until you're 25. Is they don't want a guy who's 18, Who's driving down the one? No one, you know, doing 100 miles an hour and pulls the emergency brake or it slams it into reverse because they're tired of that. Right. There's way too many people, you know, taking out full insurance, destroying the car and bring you back. They don't like that anymore. S so anyway, age. What was my age? Yeah, the magic age where you got it all together. You know what Honest to God. Don't think I'm there yet. I really, really don't. I really don't like I find myself doing dumb things still and and stuff that I probably shouldn't right. And and But then I always write it off by saying Well, of course I have to do that. Because I'm doing a radio show. You know, I can't get into a right. Yeah, it's content. You're right. I can't get into a boring, You know, lifestyle where I just, you know, sit around and do nothing. I got to go out to the racetrack. I gotta get the you know, Miran, go. I gotta you know, but I have a couple of drinks. I gotta you know, I gotta move around. Gonna mix it up for the audience. That's exactly right. I tell Jen all the time I said, look is who is this job's over? I'm not going to track anymore. I hate the track can't stand gambling. I mean, I only drink is of show you know, Otherwise I'd never drink. And she's like, Well, she's like, Well, it's not that easy to quit. I'm like, please. I A friend of mine. Um, I'm from my dad's Ernie Andrus. We talk about it on the air all the time. You know, he was the voiceover for love boat. And you know, ABC, then MacGyver Thursday MacGyver followed by auto man. Yeah, That's Ernie Anderson Auto Man. Um, but his wife said, you got to stop smoking. And Ernie said Oh, That's easy. Any through the cigarettes out. Next day, little nervous night. By day two. Angry is s yelling throwing crap! I you know, yelling at the kids yelling at his wife yelling it guess yelling at the neighbors..