17 Burst results for "Frankie Laine"

"frankie laine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:52 min | 3 months ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of his faux paws like that, Um You know when he would he would, he would have A sponsor. And, uh, instead of Schlitz beer, you can imagine what he said. You know, by mistake instead of Hughes Air west. He called it Hughes their worst. Of course they canceled. You know, after that, so, you know, you know when you're live on the radio. A lot of stuff happens as you know, Riley. Yeah. Well, of course in Knpc was they'd call it station, The stars and every damn star listened. And I remember I used to do that this date and history stuff, and I believe it was Joni James and I said, Wow, haven't thought of that name in a while. She's been gone a long time. Well, the woman was alive and listening in Palm Springs. As of course, I heard about that. But one of my favorites was when Morgan was talking about their their their new commercials, and, uh, Pat but from said, because everybody was in suits and all that kind of stuff for a moment there. I thought that Frankie Laine had died. Frankie Laine called on. You were probably there that morning. Yes. Yes, I was rumors. Rumors of my death were greatly exactly, um, one of the great things that people who listen to radio today a lot don't get is a lot of personality radio. Of which there was a lot People did live reads for commercials, and it was just a scripted with yet or or spot that they read that even if they had a guideline and a copy book. They got to work around the hand here, talk about standard shoes. And you know, that's right. Get all my shoes, my family shoes, whatever. And I always thought that type of radio was a lot more. Effective afforded local sponsors. But very few local sponsors are involved anymore. It's a big money grab for, uh, you know the larger sponsors and the regional sponsors and stuff like that. And not just because of that There's fewer and fewer mom and pop, you know, record stores, hardware stores, gas stations, whatever. Oh, yeah, yeah, the remote SAR all but all but gone. We're talking to Kevin Gorshin and Far South Southern California radio, but radio across the country back in the day. Was equally compelling. And if you've got any stories, we'd love to hear him otherwise off, man, I I told Kevin an hour and I think both of us thought, Well, how will we can find it too? That we'll find a way coming up on WGN radio. You change These are the bad days wearing come feel the rush again at Busch Gardens. It's time for the.

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"frankie laine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Thank you very, very much. It's nice being here for the Navy. Picking up a little cigarette money on is really a thrill to be back on radio this year. In fact, it's even a thrill to think that radio is back this year. Because everything that happens in Hollywood is exaggerated. Hollywood is always in the news. Just this week, The senators objected to the Air Force, hiring Frankie Laine to recruit men. Can understand their objection. I think Frankie Laine might change the Army routine for the better, said a waking up the GI's. With the bugle. You'll have Jessie Bell go around a nudge Everybody And using big entertainers could help the recruiting program. But my costume confusion. Imagine a poster with a picture of Dagmar in a sweater and underneath it in big letters. The Army builds men use Esther Williams recruiting the army. We wanna join the Navy. See she swims, you know, but I do want to thank you. I do want to thank the Chesterfield company for giving me this. Opportunity to entertain you Wonderful Navy people, and I want to thank captain Heinie. I had dinner with the captain tonight, and he really believes in tradition. I accidentally spilled my soup on it when he went down with the table..

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"frankie laine" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

04:16 min | 10 months ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"The election. It's full weeks since election day today and i. I hate to sound foreign about this but you know where old fashioned in canada. We hold election day on election day and here. It stretches for weeks afterwards and they're still counting in california but they're reasonably confident that they can Wrap it up by the end of the week and we just heard that mike garcia has retained control of the twenty fifth congressional district in california. He beat democrat challenger. Christy smith by three hundred thirty three votes. She has finally conceded. This was the Well i can't even remember her name now it. This was the seat Where the in combat resigned. This was the three way. By swing a sex crazed state Sticks crazed representative with a german nazi era tattoo. Som- just doing the cliffs notes. Bits of this story. Yes yes i know. I know her name. I've tried to avoid embarrassing hub. I mentioned they got i but anyway. It's the freeway by swiss eight they. That's how the democrats think of it like they of scott brown as stealing ted kennedy anyway. Mike garcia has just one that and again. it's one of the many interesting features of the election. That that that that joe biden had no coat tails he doesn't. He barely has a shut caller in electrical times. Everything else turn republican. No competitive house seats went democrat The republicans held on one all the state races. That my own state they. They took the State house the general colt may took the state senate and they held the say. This joe biden his spectacular alleged victory. He not only does he have no coat tails. He doesn't have shut tales. He's one of those untuckit shuts. It just doesn't even have an untuckit. He doesn't even have a shirt collies. Got the world's shortest coattails. My dad many years ago went to see frankie laine in concert in dublin. And frankie laine war. What i believe with the then fashionable kind of american Suits that they didn't have in dear old island and the irish press used to mock them as dumfries jackets. Because they didn't cover a baltim-. Frankie laine the great singer of jessa bell and the theme from blazing saddles and all the restaurant. My dad had a grand ole time and the dublin papers talked for days afterwards about. Frankie lanes dumfries jacket. That's joe biden's coat tails. He's gonna frozen bottom along with his broken foot because he didn't get anything including this guy. Mike garcia He held under his congressional seat and beat kristie smith by three hundred thirty three votes california. They're still counting fantastic. Amazing it does incredible impression of a third world banana republic. They take a month to count the seats. Our at it. The los angeles county supervisor voted to ban outdoor dining she likud los angeles county supervisor and gave a big indepth Press conference as Press statement is hawaii so necessary than outdoor dining was dangerous. Because you're not just eating with the passenger dining with you also dining with the waiter who may be a masked man but his Going to six or seven other tables and he's serving them to so your dining with all the people that the other six or seven. Dining tables have met They've been dining with and your dining with all the people. That weight has been found his shift. So it's like a soup as it's to- date. She went into huge vito. How about how dangerous..

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"frankie laine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Listed on that is actually the theme song to her miniseries on H P D are doing Uh, I think it was the producer of the creator of the show, called her and said, Hey, we're going to need you to sing the song and she was like No can dio there's a pandemic. I can't get to a studio. And then she was like crap. I have a studio in my house. Thanks to Keith. Urban. Yeah. Website for God. I have access to all the recording equipment I could possibly need, including instruments. Yeah, then so I just I think she did a nice job. Faith. Yes, OK, I agree. I think that sounds That sounds really nice. I love that song. Who's the original artist behind this or not? The Mamas and the Papas. It'd be like James Old Standard. No, but I'm thinking of the specific version of that song. Hang on. I'm going to say And you guys gonna be like, Wow, Unbelievable. That a James, That's my guests. No. I think, Doris Day No. Um Hey, Doris Day, Doris. Day is right. But the mamas and the Papas did it. Oh, So did Ella Fitzgerald and Frankie Laine. Ella Fitzgerald is who I was Mama CASS. That's who I'm thinking of. There you go. Already. I'm going to move on to Kelly Clarkson. Oh God and her version of a dream on a fabulous classic fight and rush this than Aerosmith. It sounds a little different. See what she's got.

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"frankie laine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Present, The Bob Hope show Les Brown and his band of renown and Special Guest Jane Russell and Bing Crosby. Here he is, Bob Hope Thank you very, very much Nice being here for the Navy. Picking up a little cigarette Money on is really a thrill to be back on radio this year. In fact, it's even a thrill to think that radio is back in here. Because everything that happens in Hollywood is exaggerated. Hollywood is always in the news. Just this week. The senator's objected to the Air Force hiring Frankie Laine to recruit men. I can understand their objection. I think Frankie Laine might change the Army routine for the better. Instead of waking up the G Uys with the bugle, you'll have Jessie Bell go around and nudge everybody And using big entertainers get help the recruiting program, but it might cause some confusion. Imagine a poster with a picture of Dagmar and sweater and underneath it in big letters. The Army builds men at the use Esther Williams recruiting the army who wanna join the Navy. She swims, you know, but I do want to thank I do want to thank the Chesterfield company for giving me this. Opportunity to entertain you Wonderful Navy people, and I want to thank captain Heinie. I had dinner with the captain tonight, and he really believes in tradition. I accidentally spilled my soup on when he went down with a table. Say thank you. Hi. That was great. Why don't you run across the street and get yourself some coffee? Coffee? Take less brown on the whole band with you. I can handle the show from here by myself. Are you Are you little obvious? Bob Jane Russell's on the show tonight. One all to yourself. Why are you so selfish about girls? Well, my psychiatrist says I have a neurosis stemming from a prenatal avaricious aberration that lies dormant in the evanescence of my subconscious. What does that mean? In plain English? Uh oh. Come on, all you guys get law. You have to be like that about Jane. Why? It's so great to bring a pretty girl out while it's fellas here high. Let me put it this way. If I have to walk through a lions, then what? I wear hamburger earrings. Besides, I happen enough. I happen to know I'm a big favorite with Jane Russell. The other day. The elevator, Paramount. Was full of handsome leading man and I was the only one she spoke to. Really? What did you say? Let me out of the third floor. A high on the way out. Knock on James Dorine Teller Poochie is waiting with that's what she calls me. Koji. Yeah. What's wrong with that? Well, I happen to know she calls her cocker spaniel the same thing. That's what she used to call her cocker spaniel. So I approved. I could bring back a rubber ball much faster. Yeah..

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"frankie laine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"With Bono from celebrity table. 30, the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro in Las Vegas and my special guest rich little telling this Giving us a sort of an insight into his journey into stardom and weigh just said that you get the blessing from Judy Garland. Ah, a lot of doors. What a thing to put on your resume. What happens next for you? What's the next big step? Well, after I do the garlic shows, I said, I started to get offers for other variety shows, and I did a lot of them. And on then, also, I did a guest shots on flying on that clear choice of active and I was doing some acting as well. Did you at any acting background? Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah. When I was a teenager, um I really wanted to be an actor more than an impersonator, and I'm joined the auto, A little theater. And in a lot of places I didn't know you had a lot of places and on DH, mostly dramatic parts on DH, So I had that background of theater. Great way to hold your hand. I was doing impersonations of the same time They show that one I finally Went to Hollywood. Did the Judy Garland show and got a little recognition. I thought I would pursue my acting career, which I did, you know, and ended up doing a lot off shows that required just acting. You know, I did radical Junction and I did. Oh, my gosh. I love American style awards shows were popular back. Oh, my gosh, they were. They were popular. That was like those with the hottest shows on television. So what, uh But you're not like you said, you're acting stage. So where does that you get more visibility? Obviously, but they they know you're an Impressionist. So what? What's the next big Step for you from these half hour comedies, you know, sitcoms as well, you know is the next big step for me was to get back together and perform. You know, in Vegas, so Vegas was the next to live performances as well as TV. So by now you how many voices Where do you think you were doing? I was doing about 30. Really? 30 whole legendary. Oh, yeah, I was doing Gary Cooper and Jimmy Stewart and John Wayne. So you come to Vegas. Were you an opening act for somebody from? Um I opened for Frankie Laine Frankie Lane. Just at the at the Where was performing the landmark. My gosh, That's what my wife for you So and and you know, it's interesting because I have done a lot of guest shots on variety shows and I was becoming pretty well known, ended up performing Frank for Frankie Laine, whose career was slipping a bit on because we did so great business, a landmark like me, and we're Packed every night. That's a good man and people were coming to see me. But the people in charge the thought it was Frankie Lane because he was the headliner on they sign him into another five year deal. But you got to be part of that way. No, I wa so you were in the next time he opened. It didn't do well. That's a rude awakening. But, you know, so soon I opened free. So you're making an impact here in Las Vegas? I mean, you're starting to get thie exposure You got on TV, Whether be Judy Garland of the sitcoms, not people coming to Vegas or from all over the United States. Exactly. And so you're getting this recognition from Audiences, different parts of the country right in the world, obviously, over sales to so what? What do you think Vegas was? Was that not your ultimate goal? What was? What did you set for yourself is the next step become a headliner in Vegas, I'll become a headliner Onda farming places like Vegas on Lake Tahoe in Atlantic City in which I did And also continue If I can playing dramatic roles, I did policewoman where I played a murderer rapist that was with Angie Dickinson on I did. Jack Lord, show y 5050 and I played a murderer as James Cagney. Really? Yeah. Uh, they had me at the end. Take a lot of pride. I I hear you're referring back to the acting sight of your career obviously took a lot of pride. Well, you know, I got on that episode of Boy 50. I was playing James Cagney and and I was killing people. And and I ended up on top of the oil tank like that movie made, you know. And top of the top of the world mark on blew up at the end, you know? So I d Yeah, That was good Heat. That's right. And I watched that recently on Turner Classic movies. Yeah, um, So now if you start like Carson because now we've got all the variety shows they want. You's a guest is Carson or Dean Martin and let's Let's talk about venturing. You're back into the television. I know you want to do movies and you want to act but TV just keeps well, when I got some recognition on television, my agents wanted to get me on The Tonight Show, which Be pretty important, but I didn't want to do it unless I could imitate Johnny Carson. Nobody does that. But and I couldn't do it. Johnny Carson then and I didn't want to do the show because he probably asked me if I could do him and I couldn't So I said, What I could get Johnny Carson's voice down. I'll do the Tonight Show, so I worked on it. I mean, I take to show and I practiced it in my room and went over 100 times and I just couldn't get it on. Then one day I was out at the San Diego Zoo on DH. Just looking around at all the different animals. When I saw the ostriches, I was looking at a bunch of ostriches, and that's that suddenly triggered me under doing Johnny Carson moves off the ostrich, you know, with those those had moves on. Looking around and everything. And that's how I did. Johnny Carson. Well, what happened The first time you went? Did you obviously did obvious you must have done other. The ostriches did help. Because when I went on the Carson show I laid in a uh oh, you did. Did you finish your act on the Carson show doing Johnny or digitally hourly? You must have done other voices, then. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What a closer I loved it. It was great. And that was the hook for me to do. The Carson Show is my Johnny Carson. Well, every time you came on our variety show, Dennis I would always ask what you do, Carson because I always thought to me. Carson was the best late night talk show of all time all time, and I still like every anytime I want, nobody, nobody better than.

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"frankie laine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:17 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Book on W. NYC this is popped up in my head because we're getting the no those late August days when we start to feel a change in season that temperature wise but it's all about the light here's James Taylor in October road deep down and then and then were rocking chair got me game right Jeanne so I can't get from this cabin now set me here and then fly you she rocking judgment day is change tomorrow games troubles I do Frankie Laine does not sound like he's trained to anything rocking chair October road and James Taylor some autumnal things it's common Fred Astaire now I've played MEL Torme doing this because it's so much fun and it's is as light as the bubbles in a glass of champagne here is the original from the movies Fred Astaire Irving Berlin's that Pete Golino the song book on W. NYC then I'm on we know that it's on this season because he and have them play the may them play the big choline all the catch it and the rain is all about the me someone just one one the make one saying to one good news you one guy he in a minute to me some want to and once you make someone happy so game you have to one happy on one hand just one one if you leave in a manner to that is the someone to one someone.

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"frankie laine" Discussed on Sidedoor

Sidedoor

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on Sidedoor

"If you're the smithsonian american art museum the day before i wanted to see one scene in particular the shootout at the o. k. corral. I also wanna add. If you wanna see any of the images we mentioned in this episode. We've put a link in the episode description okay so to set the mood leventhal through wants a music from his favourite film version of the famous shootout which is titled hold on. You'll never guess this the gunfight at the o. k. corral but it's the nineteen fifty seven version starring burt lancaster and kirk douglas that leventhal loved as a boy frankie laine gunfight at the o. k. grout. Would you like to hear it mood..

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"frankie laine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Old song and grounded up the middle preset center field that'll score Kipnis powers is right behind them AnnaLynne door delivers the Indians got an extra out they capitalize on it Frankie Laine door with a two run single to center in the Indian samba to nothing lead door the two run single Oscar McConnell went deep my Clevenger seven solid Indians the blue jays seven three Tom Hamilton the call Indians radio network as for the red Sox operates nine Ford water Rodriguez seven scoreless JD Martinez with three run blast white Sox little the Marlins nine one Jose Brady with the docking three rock is the national post phones with a header Wednesday NFL Seahawks left do without even tackle Jeron read for the first six games is better by the league for violating the per still conduct policy stemming from an allegation of domestic assault twenty seventeen patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman miss at least the first three weeks of camp thanks to a thumb injury falcon support a law safety Gigi Wilcox for the year with twenty CL most reportedly signed defensive lineman Alain Bailey two years ten and a half million but back in June your new home in Cleveland talking about is these are the giants gave an interview to G. Q. we talked about being disrespected from the trade to get the giant's brand alive on a national level despite all the losing they did during his tenure he would say contemplated retirement because he was so unhappy with the giants for those giant the concerns a first round pick Quebec Daniel Jones and Tim Duncan is back with the spurs he notices the coach and Greg Popovich unworkable this is tad cinema movies together again to as we continue to look around all the NFL training camp that's right moves join us tomorrow morning at six eastern Pacific.

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"frankie laine" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Paper lake relate. Nineteen. Oh, that's a class of other. What a night it really was glory be. But it didn't die. I was just there there sing about Al Capone. But here's about this song once it's, it's like a movie once it crosses over into so incredibly bad or campy, or it's like plan nine its own best friend. Once you take the guy in the suit and put the TV on his head. I it's, it's, it's, it's crossed over. Yeah, we've passed. Yeah. Bad Rubicon, daddy was a cop, like alka pony days. But it's you know what if you want to do about the dollar Bill, that's heavy man. If you wanna do it Capone. Maybe you could cast the musicians and instruments of the air instead of making it's like basically rollers and it really is. I really wanna put on my tartan bib overalls. And roller boogie down to the radio station believe you me in. When I was in junior high, there was a gal. I think our name was Joan who was. There was always the behemoth, you know, it's sad that, you know, you always talk about they always talk about the, the gal that well, she had bad skin or she was overweight, or she was anything. But the one they forget about is that gargantuan gal the gal that somehow gets hit with the human growth hormone to earlier often, or whatever. Machines, drink Joan went six to two hundred and ten pounds and wasn't fat, just right. Red hair. Big is a doesn't have breast. She has Doug's just like chimpanzee just massive turning, and she loved herself, some basically rollers and she had the tartan over all things and the thing. And but, you know, he was she was the size of three basically rollers put together. They weren't weren't big guys. Yeah. Yeah. Fortune this year. By the drawing attention to yourself. It's sort of like a guy who's robbing? You know, it's like guys, you know, robbing a Bank and then screaming everyone look at me like you're already already crime going on here, and now we're all focused on amazing is, they don't have afros yet. Their hair is bigger than afros. Yeah. It's almost like a, a optical illusion. It's like they had more mass if they did a water displacement tests. Yeah. With their hair versus like Jay, Jay Walker or Angela Davis and Davis. Yeah. They would displace more water minus the fro-. Boys. Yeah. They have more hair than Bert convy yet. Not a curl between the five of them. But, you know, when I see you talking about like the gargantuan like always when I whenever I go to Comecon or something, and you see, like. A morbidly obese C three PO right hand in hand with, you know, morbidly obese Jolla smile inside because they as my one county that for every pot live for every pot. Yeah. That makes me does make me happy. Yeah. So what should have put a lid on the dent, more stoop or second health. And that's, that's the lead that should have duct tape the down to that. But the hungry man. Handle the man handler them, some call. The man. Frankie Laine by the way, he's shown that was him. How? Halo very homo erotic back in the day. Yes, it was. Manhandle Jack off loop. The Jack off ban. Chilly, Saint one label the man handler, I think was for like Chile or sloppy Joes it was sloppy Joe. Oh, what the fuck happened? Sloppy. Joes deprive, our, our kids are going to grow up in a society that has the peanut butter and jelly, outlawed school. Right. And no sloppy. Joe waiting for when they get home now. Man-wich. No, man. Again, the man, which is a club where they play the hungry man handler theme on a loop budget guys just sitting in a son with a towel loosely around friendly fire like the opening of private Ryan had head on a hunger..

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"frankie laine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Galveston Springsteen's open hearted response to them is new songs with similarly, geographical titles like Tucson train and somewhere north of Nashville, half a century ago, the film studios used to hire Frankie Laine Johnny Horton to sing the sort of western movie ballads Springsteen, conjures up in a new song like sundown. To be honest. I've always found Jimmy Webb songwriting arrangements, raw and mawkish. But in using them as sparks for his own creativity here, Springsteen is aided immeasurably, by the roughness of his voice, which cuts the sap and the strict denial of sentimentality in his own lyrics. The result is California style. Pop with a boss, twist sunset melancholy worthy of the mamas and the Papas and the Bobrov. Small. Still. Little. You've told me. Those are only. You've told. Spit. Those are only. You've told me told. Good. That's called stones with that stark beautiful refrain the title song, western stars plays on two of its meanings, the starry, frontier sky, and the cinematic celebrities that used to roam the old west Monte, helman's nineteen sixty six western ride in the world. Wind gets name checked in western stars. As does John Wayne, you just know that the wide open spaces of Springsteen's, expansive arrangements are meant to put you in mind of John Ford westerns, like the searchers, and she wore a yellow ribbon. John. Towards. That one sees broadly drinks too. Here's. Slow. Glad my boots. Ultimately, no matter how different the music around him may sound Springsteen has made a Springsteen album populated by slightly different characters movie extras and stunt men exhausted couples that check into a place called the moonlite motel. When the sun comes up, they'll get in their car, and Bruce will be in the back seat serenading them as they drive onto Los Angeles. In hopes of changing their bad luck for good rock. Critic, Ken Tucker reviews, Bruce Springsteen's new album called western stars on tomorrow's fresh air, we speak with Nicole Pearl..

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"frankie laine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Sure, you are with a multi multi talented, versatile performer singer actor director, and we're gonna continue on the journey with Mr James Darren so now nineteen you got the Stella Adler behind you. You're going to acting school at this time. Did you thought about music or was it you're going to be serious act because before that from when I was about twelve years old? So I started studying Stella I would my dad taking down to bars in south jersey and get up and sing. So he was he was proud of your town. My dad and my dad, my mom, my grandparents uncles. Support for sure, and they're all very supportive, but my dad he worked at the naval base in Philadelphia. The navy yard and to his job required. They work about five o'clock in the morning. So he get up at four and make the trip, but he would be with me to one two in the morning. My gosh. Which was obviously knew something. In that sense. I think it just was that. My son wants to do this. He loves singing, and I'm going to be there. I want to make sure that I support. So we always said you cannot succeed in this business without the support of people in any business. You need to support any that moral support. My dad go to I mean, literally bars sometimes I worked at tranquil. Which is here. Everything's sorta ridell Avalon all the guys very one time another as non professional, of course. And so then I just go around. Maybe two days a week or something if it was possible and days, and sometimes we sing and just get an experience. I was I don't think so I without interjecting without I understand what you're saying. But you obviously weren't dreadful. Obviously you've been influenced first of all people had to be saying cheeses kid is looking what a good looking kid. He's got talent. Let's let's find help him find a niche who was your musical influence at that time. Sinatra frank. Yeah. Sure. Sarah. Frankie Laine those brothers. I love the mom and me in spots. All those all those guys were were a great influence mainly reason. And that was I mean, you listen to these incredible incredibly talented people. Just get inspired people say to me. You did movies with this os? And how was it when you're working with someone who's better than you, say tennis? The game or do something with someone better than you present trying to come up to the stand you Lert and you're learning learning process. Less than you. So how did it go from? What was the first really major step for you? I mean beside now you've got the background. You you've been in the music dabbling in the music. You went to still Adler to study acting you had to photos taken. Now, you get you mentioned cells, Nick. And so what was the first turning point for you? When you said my gosh, this really is going to be my career. Well, the major turning point was when Joyce brought note, it's pictures having Harry was as I mentioned eastern town rep in the office at the time, George Sydney, the director of George live right down the street from me, really George city. Joe you're a lot of wonderful films. So hurting right here. So it was so fun because Joyce who was a great salesperson said said to Harry Rome's. She said, what do you think? He's a guy. Contest, and Harry looked at and will read them doesn't read you see him. You like him you want to go to paramount. Well, I said earlier you you mentioned fate. You brought that up really now she asked me to wait in the outer office. And I'm there would seem like an eternity. I was there. Probably three minutes five minutes, and she put the poster head out the door connected. Tell them Harry seven year contract with company pictures. Wow. And then it was just did that. And I this is not even real this is couldn't believe and..

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"frankie laine" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Will like the flow. We have a few minutes left with my friend. Dave Boyer, wonderful musician who for decades has delivered powerful messages through song coming back from the break. You heard a little bit from his album called swing sessions, and it's one of my favorite. It's just one of my favorite. I love it and Dave henna chance to get together with one of the great conductors and composers of our modern era. Ralph Carmichael and put together an album that if if you didn't hear the Christian lyrics, you'd think Frank was back, right? It was just classic. Good old big brassy sound and swing. Swing rhythms. Trump at Bill. I know Bill I wish I could still play like that. And so let's talk music for a couple of minutes when when you were growing up where you where you're trying to emulate anybody was Frank your guy. On trying to sound like a religious kind of your own guy. Now actually funny thing because you do get fluids. Because and I I was listening to that good bans for crying out loud like as an early teens. But I really concentrated on my horn. I wanted to be like Charlie Parker, you know by sack, but then I played bebop. But but no strangely enough when I was high school, the big was Billy diet, and and he was via and I I didn't try to exactly sound like him. But I was introduced the music Sinatra when I got to the club more or less, you know, by me, I was always a natural crooner. But I would not that. I love dicta Mon I we still have guys like that Frankie Laine for saying about as I started listening to Frank and his phrasing and everything then I was very influenced by them. Yeah. But that timber of the voice for some reason. It's just there. And then have like when you said Ralph, Mike. Golly routed, so great album, but that Cole and Jack Jones all Ralph is now ninety two he's retired. And he and I have done some wonderful concerts over there together, but his big band big ban out of California. I brought him back to Pennsylvania put up great band with him and different cities, and in the New Jersey and New York, and and then I think of all the great guys, you know, there with the Lord now, though, Kurt Kaiser who I work with these with the Lord, Ron one of my great friends that three great albums with them. And he's gone with the Lord that here. Bob Krog debt of these are just giants of music and. Yeah, Ralph and I have great time. Tell you. That's swing sessions was a blast. And then we did the pop out. I'll do the song. I'll be doing some of that baterial at the concert Friday. A reminder for those of you who have tuned in perhaps a little bit late into the program on Friday may third in the Detroit area day voyeur live big band will be there for a gala to to pay tribute. And honor to the Reverend Billy Walker who passed away just in December is the few months ago. Dave is we as we talk music. I was reminded just a few weeks ago. We went to see Michael boob way. He had a four story tall big band behind him strings on one side, the brass in the in the percussion on the other. And he's a great showman. He's he's really really good live audience communicator. And I I recall, in fact, I remember that night they can man Boyer would eat this up just because of the sound and it was producing in the arena. I'm wondering when was maybe that first time away from the nightclubs. But when you were in your rhythm with the big band behind you. And you thought I am now where I'm supposed to be when did you officially of get back to where you think the Lord wanted you to be I mean, as as a musician musician, very, honestly what I said in front of Jonathan Tunick their capitol records by first Christian album. I mean, what that I mean, he never Jonathan never heard of him in his life that I knew about I took the from the gospel center like guy rather have Jesus Jesus paid at all to this day. John of says, that's one of the most beautiful songs ever heard. But you know, I walked into the capitol records that I never walk down. Broadway. Nineteen have been let me see I can't remember the year. I guess it would have been nineteen sixty six and that's summer, and I walked out of the old Taft hotel, four blocks down. They left turn on forty fifth straight and their walked into capital nerves gone, but no booze. Thank god. And pipe feeling good at by and two weeks before I just sat with Johnson in his apartment of the west side and told him these songs, I wanna do I said if thirty team is the best in New York, and I was there in those days, you couldn't you didn't overdubbed to get done. You had to stand there and saying I was out on the floor with Jonathan. And he said David what I'm saying? I and I said Jesus paid at all and God quiet in my nerves. But then I knew that this was the beginning of something that was really special. I was I was powerfully reminded of your just flat out love and passion for singing several years ago. I don't know if you remember this or not you had come to our part of the world to do a concert in afterwards. You went to to dinner with my family, and I and we were in Franken. With Michigan the famous vendors where we were having family time making and in the big dining room there which was packed. They had kind of roaming accordion player to German themed restaurant and determine teen themed time she came over by the table. She started playing a very familiar tune. Although I can't remember the lyrics. That would be the secular lyrics to all of a sudden from from the other side of the table. I hear you star. Singing. Oh, I love him. How can I know playing solar me? Yes. And she's you know, you're just nailing it, and and when the song finishes, you're still seated with a plateful chicken in front of you finish the place Iraq's like applause, and she leans in. And she says have you ever thought of singing singing? I just remember like, you know, this guy he has this in his blood. The Lord has truly infused you with a passion for music, and I just think it's awesome. You're you're not you're not you're twenties anymore. No, you're enthusiasm for all of this still comes through big time when you're on platform. And I think the joke that tell is be careful what the spotlight in the applause because if I open up through frigerator in the light comes on I'll stand there and do thirty minutes. Golly biologists. They listen like you said there Michael as looking at passionate carriage by way. My granddaughter caught him. She just was knocked out. She and her husband. They just love to end. She she was really in tears. What he's saying that song Eddie wrote for his precious daughter had been sick. And that's a passionate comes through for me. When I think of Jesus because you know, as you know, I believe God can give glory you can give God it's like when I hear poverty or Andrea Bocelli. You know that gift comes from God people do with another thing. But that's you know, and I just get overwhelmed. And I try to bring that say I never forget what it was Frank did say to me one time the first time ever sat next in skinny said to be the Frankish. This is my boy listen to him, and they came out in the lounge to hear me and could I ended do spank and all that on the stage. I wasn't saying anyway and. Skinny said Frank tell Joey what how you learned your songs, and he says, well, we're troubadours, and we dollar store is that whole thing is to get deliri- get it. Right. Get in your gut. Nell people what you're singing, I've never forgotten that. And I really like coury covers it all says it all for me. And I love the big band everything the Bill if you ask me one song, I always say it one it would be that one. Because to me, that's the gospel message. I can't think of a better way for us to to wrap up our conversation by letting our audience here that's on. And I'm going to remind all of you that if you're in the Detroit area Friday may third we'd love to have you. Join us at this memorial gala in honor of in memory of Reverend Billy Walker. Dave Boyer will be headlining with the live big band. And by the way, throughout the course of this program. You've heard numerous excerpts from Dave's music if you'd like to pick. Any of that music up? Just go to Dave Boyer, ministries dot com. And it's it's all there. So if you can't join us live on may third, you can still get this music. And I'm telling you what if you're sick and tired of a world that's populated with synthesize auto tuned music from people who can't sing maybe they can dance. And that's what hides their lack of singing ability. I don't know if you want to hear some real singing and some fabulous orchestration and powerful messages. I gotta tell you folks, you're not gonna do any better than grabbing some day voyeurs stuff in the song. Dave this song. I understand why it's super important to you. And I'm thrilled to have you on this program. And we're going to close with your voice singing Calvary covers at all. Thanks, so much, my friend. Thank you Bill. Look forward to seeing you..

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"frankie laine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sports club for sixty two dollars a month. Seven hundred wwl W. Yes. Yes. Yes. He would have been eighty four years old today. Of my favorite overs Presley songs, the wonder of you can understand. Never. Dean Martin had a hit with this. Frank sinatra. For some reason. I thought Frankie Laine sang ABC song. C three. A Baker tonight. He might have had a little help that Peterson. Although, I'm not sure. But I. Wrong on that. But anyway, Elvis Presley would've been eighty four years old on. Obviously someone that was consumed with Elvis loved Elvis starting was over the top somebody shook up the entire generation of American. And frightened a lot of people to be honest with you. I went down to Elvis week in in Memphis. Couple of summers ago, just overwhelmed by the international appeal that this man has in indepth, I think during life he had a tremendous international appeal, but in debt, it's just seem to have gone completely over the top. This by the way is James Burton. Ricky Nelson's guitars Elvis snatch me from Ricky Nelson. Played a part of his touring band. But. What what what struck me was just the number of people from the number of different countries that actually came to.

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"frankie laine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:42 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty. That's a good one. That's on there. You're Jay talking. Just went on a bender talking about the westerns and how we need to get him back to remind everybody that difference between right and wrong. And I'm guessing that that's what some folks want to talk about can't be sure though Dannon Quincy. Hi. Yeah. Hi, how you doing good? Yeah. They're great. Played pro baseball as well as Paul basketball and Bradley, Jay. I'm Cigna street. Out to face a gun fight. I mean, you can't be get like that. Like all the music that they drum up genius. He's walking down the street. You know what I mean? It's true. Oh, yeah. It's great Bradley really is. It's great. Absolutely. So you would like to see the the west. Oh, absolutely. Listen. Which favorite would you say? I really do. Enjoy the white for me. And I really Jolie he's great. Two. Is it really is? And your the way they make defied the sound every time he goes shoot, it it it just it. Just unbelievable that they had it together. But the what a lotta people Bradley covered that song. Warheit Frankie Laine guy. Did right? You'll the actual song you hear or why all the other people who get it. You know? I mean, yes, they tried. But they just didn't with y you know, what I mean? Frank. Yeah. That guy. Laying was the guy. I like to share something. We'd get Bradley height quit. I know you love the bills in today's Elvis's birthday. He's my favorite. But I do love nearly Beatles on the Guinness Book of records. It just came out shows. Shows a picture of the be your favorite girl. Michael jackson. And it says that Elvis has the most a chip it gets Belva. And when the interview Joran Harrison, wait out treat die George Harrison, a one or how Boakye. Go visit Elvis backstage seventy short Harrison said he was a biggest rival biggest simple enjoy Glennon pulled the world. Jor lettuce is Chuck Berry was genius guitar with in his lyrics were good. But then Sean Lennon says without question Elvis, yet the best I would be voice Joe caucus of the same thing about Elvis, you know. Yeah. Paul. Simon says called Alzheimer's, this is my opinion. He goes, you Elvis Presley is you always singular the world where his voice was walking role. He could sing a song to our house. Ballot. Check. She's blows Elvis made is become back in sixty eight NBC. He okay. He also mentioned the Beatles. They also Shane George Harrison song what he did the biggest in the world by his soul. Ladas? Aloha Hawaii nineteen Seventy-three Elvis love. George Harrison song subterranean the way she you know, that song something it. Also it also Frank Sinatra love that song the George Harrison road. Yeah. Well, thank you very much for reminding us, all that Elvis was so awesome on Elvis's birthday. Yeah. Randy rally, always catch on all the time. I believe he in the thing that I I live in a big highways, and I told people about you, you know, because you always fair about everything. Thank you. Will you grab it? Also that guy Morgan's a great guy to thank you very much. Do you have a computer? I'm a little worried at Bradley. The thing is I kept putting it off. And on to say that you can listen to the podcast if you have there other ways to listen to the podcast. I think you dig it, Dan. Thank you so much take care less such a nice car. I appreciate that. Dan, real nice. I have in front of me a list of. Of the westerns the bunch. I have never even heard of. What was your what's one of the stands out for you? For some reason. I wake up I guess when the rifle man is on Dorival, man. Starring Chuck Connors. We go to Steven Franklin. Hi, steve. Steve. Hi. Well, I put him on hold and check in later, sometimes, you know, sometimes people do fall asleep on hold, and that's no to them because it's late. Let's take a look here. List of westerns on television way, more than I knew about I'll stick with the sixties fifties and sixties. And kind of the ones that well the adventures of JIMBO Bowie. I didn't know about that fifty six to fifty eight. I'll turn to. Think of ones that you go. Oh, yeah. This alias Smith and Jones Smith John's, but that doesn't really count for me. Okay, bat Masterson, I'll read I'll try Steve after a couple more bat Masterson. I remember that. Oh, man, gene. Barry. And then big valley Barbara Stanwick, sixty five to sixty nine bonanza, of course, still on our on again, or whatever brand did. Branded. Wow. I would love to see that. As a a show referenced in the big lebowski. Then realized that also featured Chuck Connors. Brent maverick Bronco. The cow. There's a show called the Californians. I wonder if Saturday Night Live knew that when they did this fifty seven and fifty nine I don't remember that Cheyenne. Clint walker. Wow. Another kind of super, dude. Another kind of Chuck Connors type of guy. Just a couple more here deadwood last modern. And that's actually the first two thirds of it are pretty good. After you now doesn't count four feathers is that of the U K in the sixties fury. Gunsmoke twenty year run James, I Ness on from fifty five to seventy five have gun will travel. Richard boone. Hi, Chiappero Leif, Eriksson. A guy like Earl holliman hotel de Perry. I didn't know that one into the west Johnny Ringo, Laramie. Okay. Let's go to Steve in Franklin. Hi, steve. Hi, bradley. Yeah. Well, I was gonna say it's L was he said, it was all of us his birthday in George Harrison. I was at guitar center in Middlebury in the I am I we got talking about George Harrison and how he died of brain cancer. And then well, the employee said, well, they broke into his house too. Remember that? I don't remember that. Yeah. I believe you. Yeah. Yeah. He George George Harrison news. What did you see it on TV is son? You look just like him. You know, I didn't see that. But I. Channel to one of those by the CD's thing. I think is look. Wow. Look, just like them. Yeah. But yeah, the guy guitar center. Millbury? I forget his name said we were talking. He died of brain cancer. Yeah. The well, of course, in broke into his house to of course. What was funny was the truffles? What was that song? The you'll have to have the Savoie truffle the head bad teeth or something. You'll have to have them all pulled out before the south boy truffles. Yeah. I haven't haven't. I believe you know, my favorite one was Jeep Jeep that good song. Yeah. Thanks, steve. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad you're still have to be hanging out with us. Thank you. Take care brother is it is. Is this the eighth that's Elvis's birthday time and David Bowie. Do you guys like this better than Bowie? Oh, Bowie fans out there. I'm all alone on that one. What does he just go through a couple more the westerns? I wanna bring Weston's I want to bring a little bit of it. The. I don't know the sense of honesty. Right and wrong from those all westerns back to the government because it's dead. And it's more. It's Ben dying and now it's dead dead. Dead dead DVD dead. Other. Westerns yet derringer only a few of your remember that? The wild wild west Robert Conrad and Ross Martin. Which is kind of if you know steamed bunk is it was it was steam punk before they were steam punk. It was kind of a little bit of get smart meets though as a little bit. Maybe. Wagon train as one there's a bunch of skipping over wagon train ward bond, Robert Horton. I don't recognize any of those names the Virginian the Virginian Doug McClure and James Drury. Oh. Vic Vic Morrow the guy from combat was he in any westerns Betty was. I feel like he was by the way talk about. War shows the best combat with Vic Morrow. The beautiful black and white in there that silver nitrate look. I'm kind of I'm kind of outer westerns here. I mean, there are biased. But you wouldn't is what sergeant Preston of the Yukon. Wow. What I think I if there were a streaming channel. And there may be played all these. I'd probably it was ten bucks a month. For maybe year would might sign up for that. Satellite Marxist, satellite used to have a western channel. He thinks rawhide, of course. Fifty nine to sixty six. It's interesting. How? Early on these shows aired and was still aware of them still at our consciousness, you can still see them, right? Eric fleming. Clint Eastwood and a bunch of dudes a bunch of dudes. Let's get you some new some weather the weather for you after this break on WBZ. Have you noticed that movies are getting longer some superhero movies last almost three hours, guess what? In the.

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"frankie laine" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"He's said than sing it like you was thinking of your father, isn't that a bizarre statement to have made 'cause his father committed suicide, then the reason Elvis Presley became my first boyfriend was because he always wanted to meet the the girl he didn't know I go to bed got zilla for all new, but he fell in love with my voice any wanted to meet the girl who saying to know him is to love him. And we would the teddybears years later. I was brought up to Elvis's house. I'm balaj. Oh, and cause his one of his quote, unquote, Memphis, mafia. That's what they were called said. Aren't you the girl that saying to know him is to love him? And I went. Yeah. So me in a market. I said, yes, he said, you know, Elvis all and I thought to myself. Yeah. Right. He said Elvis always wanted to meet you because he loved your voice onto no he talks about it. And I said, okay, pick me up brought me to Elvis's. The first thing Elvis ever said to me I walked down the steps I was standing by pool table, and there was Elvis in that sort of a little bit in the distance. And he was like a beautiful cat. I love cats. I love cats. I have Abyssinians are very rare. But he he was like a panther. I can't his movements that he was just so electrifying and so beautiful and fluid and he walked up to me. And he said, so why did you name the group teddy bears, and I didn't know what to say Elvis Presley? I looked at him. And I said just wanna be your dead he bear and can. Kind of fair. His. See? When. So how do you go from little net Klein Bart to see say, I grew up under a net Puna cello ears. The Mickey Mouse club. It's amazing that years later, you know, one of the highest grossing animated films of its time was the rescuers. And I did all the music and lyrics was nominated for an Oscar for that film. But this was years before and I was in school, and she went from thirty two to thirty AD on television. If you remember I mean, all of a sudden net, Ned boobs and all the boys would come up to me in school. It was very traumatic when you were a girl, and you know, in school, you've got a picture this. Now, they would put their like fingers on above their head and sort of wiggle them like ears and they'd go a net. Why your he is growing, and I hated the name because of that 'cause I was a thirty two miners trainer. A bra and she was like gorgeous. And I hated the name just because of her, and I told her this story, she was Derek many many years later. And so I changed the name, and I all for some bizarre reason always love the name Connors. Did I know there'd be a porno Queen a supreme court Justice? Chuck Connors a Mike honor to new, but I love that name. And I thought that Carol Connors had an alliteration I didn't even know what the world meant at the time. But that is sound to me. So I changed my name, but didn't change it legally legally on my passport, I have both names my driver's licenses in my legal name, the D to my house is in both names. 'cause my mother and father didn't want me to change it legally. So I didn't how did you make that transition to writing songs for movies when I was really young what am I favor for some bizarre reason, I was fascinated by. A film called high noon, but I was more fascinated by the song. Don't forsake me. Oh, my darling. Oh, don't forsake meal. Darlan Frankie Laine had an enormous hit on it. And I just loved the song and I loved how the song fit into a visual, and I guess somewhere in my little P brain. I connected all the dots of visual and audio that sort of concept of of music to film to visual really sort of took a toll on me. I it wasn't just that..

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"frankie laine" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"frankie laine" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"But if you wanna look at it a little bit ahead, art, if the Yankees are going to be your wildcard, and if they get over that hurdle, chances are they're opening up the playoffs against the Boston Red Sox right wildcard team against the number one seat, and I really believe the more and more I think about this. I'm not going to sit there and pencil the Red Sox into the league championship series if they don't have a healthy, Chris sale. I mean, think about it while Aaron judge in his wrist issue. That's something that she got to hope that he gets back here because I don't think the Yankees are winning anything if he's not back in this lineup. But if you look at it from a Boston standpoint, you tell me without Chris sale. And I know they have a wonderful lineup, and I know that JD Martinez is making a challenge for the triple crown and Mukhi bets is phenomenal. And you go up and down that lineup, they've got guys that can beat you and you love to have him on. In your team. The lineup is dangerous. But if Chris sale is not there as the workhorse as the guy that's gonna take the ball a couple of times a series, and you really don't like your chances going into those games except pitching staff scary, you scared of Rick poor Selo in a big spot. Right reports. Selo got beaten up pretty good by the Cleveland Indians last night. They wore him out and then got to him in the seventh inning with a Greg Allen home run. And who else you've got David price, David price. The guy who scarier to the month of October. Then the worst thing you've ever seen even on Halloween who's had no postseason success whatsoever. And do I have to remind you David price fares against the New York Yankees? So think about what's at stake here. I know it's not getting talked about in lock because it's still only August twenty first from we still have about six weeks until we get to the playoffs. But as a Yankee fan, I'm telling you it bears watching right now, look and see what's going on with the Red Sox and sale because if he's not one hundred percent and if he is not the difference maker, I think the Red Sox are beatable come the month of October. Who else scares you in that rotation and look, I know the Yankees got their own problems in the rotation themselves, and they got to get a lot of things sorted out on their end. But if you're looking at it from the Red Sox standpoint, you know the Antes can hit when they're healthy. You know that they got enough bats in there to strike fear in the opposition. The Red Sox without sale are beatable and I'll tell you team that you better look out for. It's the team that beat the Red Sox last night in the Cleveland Indians. That is a scary dangerous team, not Janine any reminder, but the Indians of kind of. Flown under the radar all season long because they play in the worst division in baseball, though the only team with a winning record. So they have kind of coasted all throughout the year, but they're now starting to get healthy at the right time. They gotta get Bauer back of course. But when you look at kluber, you look at corral SCO, you'll look at Bauer, went healthy. Even somebody like Mike cleven jer who's had a really, really nice season throwing the guys they have at the back end of that bullpen. And if Andrew Miller can maybe round into form like the guy that we've seen for the last few years, the Cleveland Indians might be the biggest threat to come out of the American League even more so than the Boston Red Sox because you know, they can pitch. Their lethal when it comes to that starting rotation and they've been there before and they have their own collection of MVP candidates in that lineup too. When you're talking about Jose Ramirez, Frankie Laine door on and on. That is a scary good team. And it's a team as I said that a lot of people aren't even paying attention to because of where they play right now. So this is all part and parcel with one hundred sixty two game season, right? It's a long year. It's a grind. It's a marathon, and I don't think the Yankees are dead yet the really not, you know, and their fortunes might look a little bit brighter..

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