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"ernie hall" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Mgm radio which was the dodgers radio flagship station. He was calling the game And there are clips. There's a clip of him out there to a calling that final homerun And not nearly as as exciting or excitable as hodges for probably for obvious reasons. Ernie harwell was calling the game for for television. The new york giants flagship television station at the time was w x channel. Eleven which i think carries both mets and yankees games now but interestingly that game on local television channel eleven was also for that game being simulcast on the nbc television network and interestingly it was the first ever coast to coast. Live telecast of a major league baseball game so there probably a lot of people who heard the ernie hall not a bad call and of itself. that's also available floating around there on youtube etcetera but again not nearly the verve and the powerful excitement that you heard in the hodges call if you were listening to the game outside of new york. You've probably heard the gordon mcclendon call on something called the liberty broadcasting system. Yeah he said. The giant yelled out. The giants win the pennant. I think only once as opposed to hide his his. Like i don't know twelve but that was probably the more more or listen to broadcast. If you believe that there was another radio call by name. Al helfer on the mutual broadcasting system as well as two guys calling calling it for a spanish language network. I'm not quite sure what that network was named but buck canal and fairly low that you say that feel. Oh ramirez go. Sorry it's been a long day and there was also a re recording by nat allbright Who recorded or re recorded the game and For for later broadcasts as well so there are a whole bunch of places. You could have heard this game but but none more memorable than that of a russ. Hodges i believe last year. If i'm not mistaken. The library of congress even inducted that broadcast of hodges into the national recording registry. That's how iconic That call was one of the few rare moments of onfield greatness for this new york. Baseball giants team obviously followed up. Nineteen fifty four with the ultimate prize. The world series But of course alas the team along with the brooklyn dodgers across the river bolted from new york in nineteen fifty seven four the greater pastors of california and leaving broken hearts everywhere. But we're going to get into the story of of the giants and the guy behind it. Horace stoneham it's a fascinating tale. You'll get we'll get into it but he inherited the team from his dad. Let's say he wasn't the hardest working guy until his dad kinda put him through his paces in order to succeed if he could rise to the level of of managing a team like this in in he did so for sure after some hard Some hard times in some Some hard knocks in in the real world and and then some and It's very interesting that we have this conversation With our pal this week. Steve shredder Because his book is coming out in a couple of weeks time it's called forty years giant the life of horace stone. And you'll hear in our chat with steve few moments not a whole lot. That's obvious about the the life and times of this guy because he'd liked it that way he didn't he was kind of a modest character Some would argue his team kind of suffered from from a modesty Factor as well in the against the backdrop of.
"ernie hall" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment
"Performing much because you know when I came back out in two thousand thirteen. Okay. Well, how do I fit in? And do what? I thought Vegas expected of me. And I. Don't really do that. You know I just that's not what I. Do, and so the as I said, there aren't many places for people that aren't don't fit into that certain. It show when this happened it was like. Wow. This is the perfect spot for me to do what I do and to give the people who. Want to do something different than what they're doing to come in and explore and do different material that they don't get a chance to do. Your Normal Vegas showroom whatever and the audience is really responding to that because when I did my shows. There was not a sound in the audience. Money is just listening watching intense. It is and that's true. All the performances here the way it's set up way format with I've seen sky in here twice for example. Yeah. And when she pauses, she's telling her stories. It's like this place is really in it. Yeah. It's really interesting that way it's not like like notes local pretty much. Family we love that because they're hungry, they WANNA get out because we've all been sequestered for. So long they WANNA get out they WANNA THEY WANNA eat they wanNA feel like they're a part of humanity. Commiserate I can feel that all the way I see people in here that I've seen in months in this room. You played billy. Flynn. More than anybody. Right do. In Chicago. You had randy in here Randall Keith through dude on John. John. For he holds the record for the John Travis Most Frankie Valli. Crazy and we all live here all in Las Vegas. They've all played here l. done the room. So we're talking about trying to get making that same night. Weekend but that just speaks to how much. A buyer's market. I guess it is for talent in Las Vegas, when you had those guys who live here with those kind of experience they said we are so. We're so fortunate at this time because of the situation this out there you know people just WanNa get out they want to perform and. And and. Only selling thirty dinners a night you know we we can't. Who have to be careful what we can actually what we can actually offer people but we've come to something that it's like everybody's happy with that and I'm grateful that they're willing to come and play with us here because we try and take care of you know take great care of them. I mean these are these are people who professional entertainers on your offering With Tom David they you know they're they're New Yorkers and they had. Tom. Worked for Nickelodeon that he worked for the Metropolitan Opera and he you know so there and then they had a catering. Hudson Valley in new. York. So we come from we all come from performing back. A theatrical background and David was also doing a song writer in New York, before he became a chef then. Yeah, and so Because I think we really respect the talent on stage. You know we're not a big corporate entity here and Because I I've just heard stories that. Performers who deal with corporate. It's it's you don't even see the people who are. Through and so we try we try corporate and so we try and. Make it as personal and as. Fulfilling. As we can. Right. Is it possible talk about being about fulfilling? Is it it? Fulfilling to be in this environment as it is for you to be on tour as Billy Flynn or In Phantom or any of the shows you've done do you feel that this is as much? The sketch, your passion passion like those projects do. Yeah. It's. It's apples and oranges. When you're in a big two thousand seat House doing a show you are. Doing that character. In here. Just yourself. You're telling your stories you're telling your personal stories. You're. You know you're you're you're really are engaging with the audience which you don't get to do when you're doing show. Yeah. So it's it's a totally different. Reward but. I as I said, I don't mind bussing tables. In phantoms I mean people who didn't see Phantom here I'm watching I've seen you do that and. Really literally running all over the theater and throwing it at belting it, and then to come in here and see this room listening room and I'm just wondering how you feel as a performer. When you get on stage here, having ridden a chandelier and toured the, you know internationally to start singing to a group of thirty people. What's what's more nerve racking for you? Probably this Right. Yeah. Because it's raw, it's bear you don't have. There's no orchestra behind. There's no, costume there's no, mass. into. Different now so now Yeah. I mean, this is actually A little more. Nerve wracking because you don't have anything to hide behind now. I've I've heard people. Other people say that about this type of environment for deer. Composer showcase. Also another one where you you know Keith Thompson founded that and we were actually at the first one. Bathroom. Suede. Suede aid slater restaurants. But anyway, you know you feel that they've said they get on stage in it's like there is really nowhere to hide. No, you're either there you're not. And the audience love that. And they love it when you mess up. It's a live performance and and you know things go wrong every night. So it's like one night. I'm notorious were going up with lyrics so. Alpha get. Forget, these lurks, and then the next night I got those few and then I forget those that are happening here. Of course and everybody brings they're accepting everybody in the room so far has kicked a lyric. Helga said, he dropped lyric in his own song well, I wrote it. So you don't notice if I. If I messed up the lyrics. Nobody's heard the song before. The. Used to be frowned upon when when singers eight with bring lyrics. Elvis. And Sinatra were like mock when they forgot. Lurch Elvis would hold the. Sheet of his own lyrics now it's accepted. Chain well, I don't know when that changed because in Europe they do it all the time well Europe, a lot of times they'll just be singing the track so they're actually not even singing. But. That's that I remember. I. Out Never I was at a well there with tracks and she had a Chichi was. Auto tuned there. There is something wrong with that. But I remember I saw somebody Carnegie Hall I'm not GonNa name who it was, but she's also here at the Smith Center. At Carnegie Hall. She had lyric sheets all across the front of the stage going. Ernie Hall Wow. Anyway. Alcohol. Because I even think if you if taking a ticketed show at a place like a cabaret jazz. No the lyrics I've always felt that way but but even that's Well it's broken. You know I'm. Jason Allen was here on Sunday and he puts together the Monday star. Yes and. And he said, so have.
"ernie hall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Two three seven seven six is our phone number talking a whole bunch of NFL football and so yesterday I'm watching the pre game of watching the games and they show Anthony Davis and it's all over social media it is Aaron Rodgers Jersey up at the game let's go get this blah blah blah never once god will get all triggered all of sacked your Chicago cured what do you do it re going to play for the bucs what would you do that you're from here you want to know something I had no problem that he did I wouldn't do it I would want my kids to do it I would choose to ever put that ugly **** uniform on the green that has that said when it Anthony Davis was a whole lot younger than me grew up bears were bad man they were not exciting juggernaut type team he grew up with Brett Farr and Aaron Rodgers and if that's the team he chose like Danny was not happy about it when we had our meeting and I thought Chris brought up a good point I mean Chris said so you're telling me that because you grow up here you can't root for any other team like I know a lot of kids that love the Golden State Warriors yeah they were the hot team the warriors are the bulls direct rival just that that I think that analogy is bad just because the Packers and the bears okay I hate it's a border war hold it hold on to say a rivalry means you then have to care about said team that's in said rival rivalry so they don't care about the team at all what do they care about a Packers bears rival C. one sang right the rivalry means nothing to them but we don't know if it means nothing to eat less and Anthony Davis in my opinion see him on the sideline at Lambeau field in the inner Rodgers Jersey said one thing to me front runner that's what it's okay so here's the thing did it catch you off guard because you didn't know over the years that a D. was a was a Packers fan did you feel like yesterday was the first day that he does anyone think I never asked him he's he's come to the studios back in the day when he was going to Kentucky and and we interviewed on cap but I both of sat down with them but a I never at Hey which through what would your favorite NFL team right it did it did catch me off guard I did sit there go huh it does seem like a little late to the party but I don't know that for a fact Packer fans whole life but he's twenty six years old he hasn't seen a lot what we want to move the ET Willis Jersey what a rex Grossman right a lot of the time he for him to tell me what you don't like what it doesn't surprise me that he had his allegiance is a team that I think it speaks more to the inept this all of this the bears organization over the last quarter century I find a store in the sun times where he actually talked about it needs that I know a lot of bears fans in the Chicago guys are going to get mad at me but this is when the bears were struggling a little bit going through the the change and he moved up to the Packers as as a fan that's back from twenty sixteen okay so maybe he's been a fan for awhile but when I saw that on Twitter yesterday pissed me off yeah didn't bother me at all I know believe it doesn't bother you because you're the person that like draws the line in the sand if you're a cubs fan you can't root for the cardinals if you're a cub fan don't ever go refer the brewers like you're kind of that guy in now for you to say it doesn't bother you is out of character because he's never said he's a bears fan and then he's going to root for somebody but it but it didn't trigger me it didn't I like this idea that you have to clear your fandom with Danny first like I said there's a lot of people in this city who are fans of teams are not in the city I think those people should have to call in and and and Danny can make a judgment how many years have you lived here who is the team that you enjoy this non this city and Danny says yes or no you're allowed to be a fan of that team I like that Danny armada Dahlem black show this weekend we're going to do that for a whole hour that's fine we'll do we'll take calls that's fine with me hi let's do it I had a team because the bears were not only not good they were horrific when I was a little kid horrific one in thirteen horrific and then got Lionel Antoine out of southern Illinois because they lost a coin flip that would have gotten Terry Bradshaw that's how bad things were I my favorite team and they were she also starting to come into their own they had one yet I didn't jump on after they had one rings I like them as a little kid because I loved a couple of the players on the team it was the Steelers and I had the Steelers up on my wall and I can tell you I was standing in the ace hardware is a little kid in downtown Skokie watching on the little wall black and white TV as they were selling when Franco Harris made the immaculate reception really exactly what was at oak street downtown Skokie never forget it I like them they had a kicker that I loved by the name of Roy Giralda and they had this big fan sexy culturelle is guerrillas yeah I was a huge Steelers guide because my teams don't but I never ever have all the greats on that Steelers team you were into the kicker I like the bunch of a loved mean Joe Greene yeah I love to white white Ernie hall our homes I believe was his name Andy Russell Jack Lambert rule it out a rocky Bleier Mel bring hairs Franco Harris they had Frannie soiree chief you go ahead shoes that goldfish swimming in the heels they will what's yes he wore platform shoes and left in the hills they had water with a gold fish swimming in there yes I love that team you don't cap went right out to try to find himself a pair platform shoes Hey mom can we go to the store and see if they have these goldfish platform shoes who are the issue this goes beyond Frenchie few well that was the guy branch always throwing to on the immaculate reception when Jack Tatum let his **** up and it broke up the play ball went near Frankel caught it ran it in I'm trying to picture the shoes is based exactly what Jonah hill was trying to buy in the forty year old virgin in that scene he's trying to buy shoes like that right I think you're right that's the you you were Jonah hill if you were gonna help trying to force their issues one is like I mean you're not making it up it's even in his wikipedia page there you go what's it say it says few could name self the fresh county is remembered for being one of the flashiest dressers in the NFL and would occasionally appear in public wearing platform shoes having see through yields a contain water and a live tropical fish selected from his aquarium to match the color of the day's outfit yeah the great I love cab that's that's where it that's where all your bad fashion decisions started right then and there is a lot of the guys he match the fish to is close out there it was awesome that guy was S. dot I love them and they had Mike Webster its center and we had a guy LC green what on the delight but they were loaded but they had like the kicker I love the kicker Roy Giralda Giraldus guerrillas he would bang through these kicks it was awesome to watch that team also all right so you Jack Lambert at Kent state was a two or fifteen pound middle linebacker that was a terror yes loved it absolutely and then one so but they were they were coming here they come here they come to realize that this is how inept some franchises are and hiring coaches I was talking about this yesterday theory with some guys that were there at the bar we did the pub crawl and they were talking about how the bulls have struggled hiring coaches for a long long time and we were going through all the names of the guys they hired all who'd been it's Phil Jackson other than thibs had worked out very well the Pittsburgh.
"ernie hall" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Of a morning show tomorrow around starting at five yesterday what about digital had a job with our guest to route club L. a comparative education expert the author of a new book that explores the sordid world class will mother's journey halfway around the globe in search of the best education for children and we will get into that momentarily right now Kim calls in from northwest Montana on the bull headed show hello Kim yes Sir so what's the author's name her name is to rue club fell that's T. E. R. U. C. L. A. V. E. L. okay and your book is called world class that is correct okay so I have a question for her I'm sixty four and I grew up reading books so I would like to ask her what about reading books purses online crap oh sorry we will will will try to read between the lines and discern what you have to say okay the I I assume she's probably talking about things like online for all I know maybe even the even candles I really don't know precisely but your thoughts about greedy what I'm sure the sub today would call dead trees which is what I tend to read yes it's a cam I agree with you completely I'm in fact I went on a school tour which I do you frequently I went on a school tour a couple weeks ago and I was taken to the library and I mean so can I couldn't keep my mouth closed I said we are your books I thank you because I couldn't figure out it is their basements like I could I could feel where they were because so many libraries even today are offering everything online as as you know the material electronic material so I agree completely cam and publishing businesses struggling for it and everybody is producing all kinds of content that they're putting on line and people are not reading books kids are not reading books I tell my own children and right now I have a high school I middle school and elementary school they do not have smartphones I'm very anti technology that way and I tell them your your down time is to be reading a book in these days a lot of kids but is there are there are when they're bored they're constantly scrolling on smartphones and such an eight and they don't know how to engage in other ways and it's a it's a big big problem and I will say it's absolutely one of the main reasons that our scores are falling in this country now it a man would be all I could add to that one eight six six five oh Jimbo to Chris in the run sillier Indiana good evening Chris thank you so much for granted and it's about that not your nine I am in my early forties and I am starting to substitute teach right now but in the in the beginning the year I've I will go head to get my to buy licenses Cheech and I really like this discussion and I was curious because I I see the technology inside the classroom while I do this basically every day because there is a such a need for teachers however what are your thoughts on I think that as a I are bad for the arts and I come from maybe a more about performance background or more about our spat ground is there any connection that we we lost yards because I can see it it's never find it and now I see the kids there yeah but you you are correct there on their cell phones they're on the you too and it's almost like you have to babysit them not to like come on let's go let's read the book let's get the homework done was right whatever I can do to help and I would be just be curious about your thoughts about maybe a lack of arson stuff thank you so much for this is absolutely right thanks very much Chris your response through I'm sorry I mean the first thing that you that we need to discuss when it comes to the art of the lack of funding because in the schools don't have funding one of the first things to go in the arts P. in even finance right so that's that's the first thing but yeah what what are we losing I live in New York City and I love taking advantage of every cultural artistic performance theatrical museum anything that I can go to and I am floored that Ernie hall is not sold out we can have a world renowned performers in there and I can tell you the average age is probably around seventy years old right we are not teaching our kids about the arts so how are we going to maintain the arts in this country right we can talk about Hollywood and films and the drivel that's produced online and and put on to use you absolutely Chris we have to invest in the arts because you know this is something that that his fall by the wayside for for some for some reason it's you know we should make this show how do you get to Carnegie Hall practice practice practice right but now it's kind of like if we tell our kids that they've never cry something or to repeat something if I were creating some kind of harm because learning always just half the fun but the reality is if you look at the most you know accomplished actors artists or writers they all had to study right anatomy or practice scales on the piano for years and years or you know grammar or Shakespeare right Albert Einstein was interest I mean he wasn't let's let's say he did a lot of computation by hand hung his address way to put it so we have to somehow get back to the fundamental that we are definitely getting away from it yes the art you're going to be suffering.
"ernie hall" Discussed on AP News
"P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports it says it's worried only twenty seven percent of funds for twenty nineteen have been provided so far the Norwegian refugee council says the with Ernie hall of of twenty nineteen gone humanitarian organizations who receive just twenty seven percent of the money needed to provide relief to people affected by crises worldwide this year its general secretary John Eklund says the card to the lack of funding is alarming he adds a total of twenty six billion dollars is required this year to provide relief for around ninety four million people in the house of the donor countries have contracted a V. seven billion so far the NRC singled out the crises in Cameroon and Congo as examples of regions in the heat I'm shelter that's my prince Harry and his wife Meghan the Duchess of suspects were among those to attend the lion king premiere in London the royal couple was met with cheers when they arrived and walked in to the tune of Elton John's can you feel the love tonight John says it's astonishing to see The Lion King born again saying you thought it would never happen but because the jungle book was so wonderfully done and reinvented this one's been done the same way and they'll give a more realistic view other stars were on hand including Donald Glover and Seth Rogan environmental protesters have blocked roads in London and four other British cities in a new wave of demonstrations demanding foster action against climate change hundreds of supporters of the group extinction rebellion blocked the streets outside London's royal courts of justice on Monday they called for charges to be dropped against more than a thousand people arrested during climate protests earlier this year protest rules are taking place in Glasgow called if Bristol and leads Britain aims to achieve net zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty but extinction rebellion once it down by twenty twenty five a radio I'm ready to fall les house Democrats are planning a vote to.