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New L.A. County ‘Safer at Home’ restrictions revealed amid COVID-19 surge

Here & Now

02:56 min | 11 hrs ago

New L.A. County ‘Safer at Home’ restrictions revealed amid COVID-19 surge

"Million people infected in two weeks. That's how fast the Corona virus is blitzing through the U. S population and in many states around the country, strict new measures are in place to try to stop the spread. We're going to check in on a few hot spots right now. A three week ban on outdoor dining goes into effect tonight here in Los Angeles County and the Board of Supervisors is considering another stay at home order. Joining us now is Jackie 40, a health reporter with KPCC and L. A. And and Jackie. What is the situation with the rise in cases here in L. A. I mean, we're experiencing a huge surge in new coronavirus cases across California. But like you said, particularly in L. A over the last week, we've broken daily case records. Multiple times. Health officials reported nearly 6200 cases just yesterday. Hospital beds are filling up and now unfortunately, we're seeing deaths really begin to rise over the last week on average, 28 people are reported dead every day. How Jackie, I wanna also ask you about some of the bands that are now going into effect. This outdoor dining band was nearly overturned yesterday in a really close vote 3 to 2 tell us a little bit about that. California has a color coded a reopening system based on Corbett infection rates, and since that was implemented by Governor Gavin Newsom of the summer L A has always been in the strictest here because we have been a hot spot. So indoor dining has not been allowed for months, but outdoor dining has, And now that we're seeing this new surgeon cases L. A county health officials decided to close outdoor dining for at least three weeks and restrict restaurants to take out and delivery. Only yesterday, the L. A Board of Supervisors had a very long spirited discussion about it after hearing from restaurant owners who say that it would just devastate the industry, and now there's no federal funding to help them out. The board eventually voted in favor after health officials said that it's been clear that people are just going to restaurants with folks outside of their immediate families, You know, taking their masks off to eat and therefore increasing the risk of new infections so that then will go into effect tonight at 10. And and there's also talk about of the stay at home order being floated with the 30 seconds. I have. What would that look like? Yeah, it's really designed to keep people in their homes as much as possible. So no gathering with anyone outside of your household. The order would really reduce capacity at places like stores K through 12 schools would continue a 20% capacity. They're really trying to find a sweet spot where they can keep people from gathering and spreading the virus, but still allows him retail stores to remain open. We don't know when it will go into a factor really, exactly where the details will be. Yeah. So much to watch for their That's Jackie 48 Health reporter with KPCC in Los Angeles, California Thank you so much. Thanks.

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Family Quarantining After 3 Kids Exposed To Coronavirus

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:11 sec | 2 d ago

California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Family Quarantining After 3 Kids Exposed To Coronavirus

"He and his family are under quarantine after three of his kids came into contact with the California Highway Patrol officer who tested positive. New information on exactly who is more likely to

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Los Angeles - Gov. Newsom’s Child Quarantined for Possible COVID-19 Exposure

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

Los Angeles - Gov. Newsom’s Child Quarantined for Possible COVID-19 Exposure

"Of the family members of California's governor is now under quarantine. Leslie Bull reports one of governor Gavin Newsom's Children is in a 14 day quarantine after a classmate at his private school tested positive for covert. 19 Newsome spokesperson, Nathan Click tells politico that quote the family has taken the potential exposure seriously and is following all state protocols. Click, says the governor. His wife and three other Children are not required to quarantine since they were not. Directly exposed. Leslie Bull reporting

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California Cases Climb to a Record as State Curfew Begins

3 Dimensional Wealth

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

California Cases Climb to a Record as State Curfew Begins

"Of the 40 million people living in California will have to be home by 10 o'clock tonight and stay there through 5 A.m.. The curfew comes as Corona virus cases spiral upwards, and officials say even more stringent measures might have to be taken. Some are criticizing that move after Governor Gavin Newsom attended a birthday party last weekend. Have the governor not practice what he preaches to go to one of the most lavish expensive restaurants in the entire country and break his own rules and executive orders. That's not leadership.

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California Governor Gavin Newsom Proclaims November as “Native American Heritage Month”

Masters in Business

00:25 sec | 4 d ago

California Governor Gavin Newsom Proclaims November as “Native American Heritage Month”

"Baby almost over. But California's governor Gavin Newsom, is declaring November to be Native American Heritage Month in California. In his proclamation, Newsome says Native American Heritage Month is a time for recognition. Reflection and reckoning. Newsome also says that admits the Corona virus pandemic. We're faced with the stark reality that we as a nation have failed the first peoples to call these lands home.

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California governor issues curfew as coronavirus cases rise

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 4 d ago

California governor issues curfew as coronavirus cases rise

"The U. S past 11 million total coronavirus cases a week. Ugo, and now that number has already topped 12 million New daily cases are approaching 200,000 in California just became the latest day to issue an overnight curfew, with Governor Gavin Newsom issuing the order for most of the state's counties, requiring that people not leave their homes between 10 P.m. and 5 A.m., except for essential reasons. Governor Mike DeWine of Ohio issued a similar curfew that went into effect on Thursday.

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COVID-19 curfew officially goes into effect for Los Angeles County

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

COVID-19 curfew officially goes into effect for Los Angeles County

"Lines. Were long last night. Outside dodgers stadium in los angeles as people waited in their cars to get a coronavirus test. As cases surge much of california is subject to curfew chanting a record number of corona virus infections. California governor gavin newsom is ordering an overnight curfew for hardest hit areas in the state starting saturday forty one counties designated purple areas will restrict known essential work and gatherings from ten pm until five. Am the curfew effects. Roughly ninety percent of the state and will remain in effect for one month. The sacramento county sheriff's office says it will not enforce the curfew but some californians think it is necessary to save lives. Faxes lee

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California Cases Climb to a Record as State Curfew Begins

The Armstrong & Getty Show

00:29 sec | 4 d ago

California Cases Climb to a Record as State Curfew Begins

"A record number of Corona virus infections. California Governor Gavin Newsom is ordering an overnight curfew. The hardest hit areas in the state starting Saturday. 41 counties designated purple areas will restrict nonessential work and gatherings from 10 p.m. until 5 A.m. curfew effects roughly 90% of the state and will remain in effect for one month. Sacramento County Sheriff's Office is it will not enforce the curfew. Some Californians think it is necessary to save lives.

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COVID-19 curfew goes into effect for Los Angeles County at 10 p.m.

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:45 sec | 5 d ago

COVID-19 curfew goes into effect for Los Angeles County at 10 p.m.

"A 10 p.m. to 5 P.m. curfew goes into effect for most of California in an effort to curtail the spread of covert 19. In Los Angeles, A BCS Alex Stone explores whether the restrictions will actually be enforced. Already. Some law enforcement agencies here in California say they will not be enforcing Governor Gavin Newsom's new overnight curfew mainly more conservative elected sheriffs. They say their priority is serious crime. Other departments say they will work to educate those who were out after curfew. And California's Police Chiefs Association is asking for clarity from the state to better understand what authority police have to enforce the curfew.

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Chicago White Sox Claim Emilio Vargas, Add Three Others To 40-Man Roster

Anna Davlantes

00:13 sec | 5 d ago

Chicago White Sox Claim Emilio Vargas, Add Three Others To 40-Man Roster

"White Sox made a few moves today, They plain picture. Emilio Vargas, off of waivers from Arizona have also purchased the contracts of Jake Burger, Gavin Sheets and Tyler Johnson to add them to the 40 Man roster. Boston Red Sox have hired Will Venable as their bench coach. Manager. Alex

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Covid Milestones: Eli Lilly CEO on Antiviral Approval & Pfizers FDA Application

Squawk Pod

04:34 min | 5 d ago

Covid Milestones: Eli Lilly CEO on Antiviral Approval & Pfizers FDA Application

"Corona virus cases are hitting new highs in the united states and the cdc is urging the country to keep thanksgiving celebrations small. The recommending americans spend the holiday only with people who've been living in their households for the last fourteen days which means no military personnel. Who plant to come home and no college students back from campus. And this week amid it. All california governor gavin newsom issued a curfew between ten pm and five am for all nonessential work and gatherings in most of the state and the order will remain in place until at least december twenty first perhaps even longer but some good news today as well visor and its partner. Biontech are submitting their obligation to the fda for emergency use authorization of their covid nineteen vaccine. This would be the first covid vaccine that goes through the regulatory process. Here's becky the fda's review process is expected to take a few weeks. Advisory committee meeting on the vaccine is tentatively scheduled for early next month. If it's approved some americans could get their first doses in just about a month's time earlier this week study. Data analysis showed this vaccine to be ninety five percents effective and that's incredibly impressive. Let's bring in meg. Terrell she's got more on this good morning. Good morning becky moving incredibly fast and a really historic milestone this morning the first vaccine to go to the fda for covid nineteen to try to stop this pandemic. So we're going to see this regulatory process. Really play out over the coming weeks. We should here typically the way this works is the company alerts the world when the fda has accepted an application and set a date to decide on the drug. We're in a pandemic of course so those dates are not going to be normal. And the communications might be different to we. Might hear from the fda Either the decision timing that they might be looking at and especially about when they're gonna set that advisory committee meeting to discuss this vaccine. That's when outside advisers get together dig apart all of the data around The vaccine the safety the efficacy the manufacturing and talk about also how this should potentially be approved for the market. And it's possible. We will see an application from dern. They said within weeks So we should see that soon. Too and so the expectation that i heard was that the fda had asked those outside advisors to set aside december eighth ninth and tenth three days to potentially discuss. Both vaccines Now dr john taurus from nbc had the fda commissioners steven hahn said scott gottlieb. Stephen hawking on with him yesterday in a facebook live. He asked him about those dates. Any no he said. The fda was going to be flexible. He wouldn't confirm that they had asked them to set those dates. And so we have been hearing since we reported those dates a lot of people sort of saying. Why is this going to take so long So we will have to wait to see what the empty actually does In terms of scheduling that meeting. They do need time to go through the application themselves very carefully. Prepare the documents the committee and then the committee will discuss it and we do expect the fda decide extremely quickly after that meeting Whether to green light this market and then pfizer in biontech. Say they are ready to go within hours after that That green light to start shipping. This guy's yeah. That was one of the things that really caught my attention this morning. The idea that within hours they'd be ready to start shipping vaccine and getting it out there and that brings up the question of how we do that. How do we distribute this. Where does it go. How do we determine who gets it. I never the states have been working on plans along with the federal government to try and figure out how much each state would get. But how does it work. We do even know. Do we have a real game plan for who gets what. When and how we know part of that. So operation warp speed an eighty just secretary alex as are held. A briefing about those plans are earlier. This week And essentially what would happen after. The fda gives the green light if it does then. The cdc has an advisory committee as well that would meet to make recommendations about. Who should get this vaccine. I if there are two vaccines if there are any differences in them you know which groups should get which dosing of that stuff So that's expected to happen extremely quickly. And then the cdc makes recommendations about how much each state should get Secretaries are based on population. We also know of course that because supply will be so limited that there are going to be prioritized groups. Healthcare workers are expected to be at the top People with underlying health conditions that make them more severe. More vulnerable to severe disease will also be at the top so We'll see how that gets allocated to the states based on what. The group recommends

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GOP's Faulconer 'seriously considering' a run against California Gov. Gavin Newsom

KNX Evening News

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

GOP's Faulconer 'seriously considering' a run against California Gov. Gavin Newsom

"The newest state homeowner in the state, citing Governor Newsome's recent dinner at the French Laundry whenever possible News of a since apologized for taking part in that dinner, But Republicans are asking how Californians should be expected to follow the rules when the governor breaks them himself. SAN Diego Governor Kevin Faulconer, speaking with Fox Business, says the new curve he will be another blow to small businesses. We continue to What this burden on small businesses who, by the way, are doing the right thing, keeping their employees and their customers safe. That's what we should be focusing on rather than blanket shutdowns, which is going to put so many Small businesses literally out of business. Follicular, who will turn out of office at the end of this year, tells tells Politico Politico is is seriously seriously considering considering a a run run against against Newsom Newsom in in 2022, 2022, saying saying Newsome Newsome has has failed failed the the state state when when it it comes comes to to the the response response to to the the pandemic, pandemic, 905 905 traffic traffic and weather together every

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"gavin i" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

06:59 min | 6 d ago

"gavin i" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Keep my bad financial news to myself. You probably don't wanna hear it. Not my personal bad. Finance knows just national news. That's telling you. I hope i'm wrong. But just here's a bunch of things hanging out there. I don't think we've and we talk about the the the economy and what happened with the pandemic. i don't think we've even come close to feeling the results of it We put it off like putting credit card. Well very similar to putting on a greg. Ask everything out. Put it in coffee cans. So i thought this was interesting. We're talking earlier in the week. About how spacex little upstart company. I mean i realize it's not just Alon mosque in three of his buddies. It's it's a serious company but third richest man in the world. They now are selling space rides to the government because they can do it so much more efficiently. And they beat. boeing To the punch boeing trying to get their stuff together. It's gonna come around soon. And like i said earlier in the week. They're a great american company. I'm not running down boeing. But we speculated that spacex can just move a lot more quickly and innovatively and we got this interesting note from alien or al-anon mus I worked for the world's largest medical device company and i can say with absolute certainty. The average startup can dance circles around us released products and half the time the time while large companies are much more risk averse than a nothing to lose startup. it's the internal barriers that slows down. The most our internal systems require the completion of several procedural documents that we spend dozens of hours working to compete complete. Rather many of these documents go far beyond the regulatory requirements that everyone must live by the newer. the technology. The deeper into the system of project will start meeting. They have to dig through more layers of our internal systems before that product is released to the market. This is why large companies iterative while newer smaller companies innovate sounds familiar to anybody who works for a giant company. Yeah yeah no kidding Let's see oh another good email. This is once again about the moron governor california Well i don't have the wealth of gavin newsom rights annonymous. I do have the same ability to assess risk and make informed decisions based off of it. All i'm sure gavin would disagree since i am a mere citizen of california not the ruling elite having decided to take our lives in our own hands. My husband i took advantage of a southwest airlines sale and visited scottsdale arizona. This past weekend i- humored him and agreed to go on a day trip to tune stone with him where eventually found myself a wine tasting room. Who knew while he continued on his historical endeavors upon finding out from california. The person serving my wife went on a rant against gavin newsom in his seeming determination to destroy our economy. This was the very first in a string of encounters with arizona locals every time anyone found out where we were from the at the very least had a snide remark to make about newsom and offered their sympathies that we lived under such a tyrannical rule was all it was humorous but also comforting to know that there are people outside of cornea that are also fed up outraged. Disgusted a ps. Thanks to my husband's unquenchable thirst for history and mind for wine. I'm returning from arizona arizona many bottles of wine richer the better to drink to the hypocrisy and douchebag to drink it away rather g. t. m. a. and gavin newsom as the new marie antoinette. I like that wine tasting in tombstone have expected that that's got to be because all the dudes wanna see the gunfight and stuff and all the women are what like whatever exactly wait a minute that's american ingenuity. Donald trump yeah. I realized that. Sexist to say this. But i do not know the woman that would really get interested in. So this is why the worthy urkel gangs stood. Don't see that happen a turn and see tombstone wine per center. That will watch a same reason as a couch and the tv women's clothing section at department stores. Here's your host for final thoughts. Joe getty out from everybody on the crew michelangelo pressing buttons which you final thoughts sir. Well this thanksgiving. I can only have ten people so i'm sitting here reading my family members and relatives to see who makes the cut uncle. John is nice but his wife. Chatty so i don't know we'll we'll see if chatty a positive schoener producer as a final thought sean. Yes just one. Quick run away all spotting away. Oh come on man with twenty five hundred dollars. Erica dropping in another thousand shadow to the whales through incredible just say this audience rallies every year for for this wonderful. It's the small donations to that are so important. Whatever you can do. Final thought for us like small donations from tiny chunk of blown-up whale but gave twenty five dollars. That's pretty funny. Gavin newsom seat cushion at the french laundry. One hundred bucks. Let's do a quick total hair. This is my final thought is our current total its current total four hundred sixty eight thousand five hundred sixty sixty as pretty good. My final thought is. I will not be here tomorrow. But i am going to leave you a couple of presents. You much like a poorly trained dog leaves you presence. If you're gone too long. I did as a sean put it earlier. There's been a lot of carrots time for the stick goal tune in tomorrow. We'll hit the goal today. We'll come up with a new goal though but yeah we got some fun stuff for the final day. We always do armstrong and getty wrapping up another ruling four hour workday so many people who thanks so little time armstrong and getty dot com gives generously as you can then a little more to warrior foundation freedom station. We got a lot of greek clicks. Their check out swag great. Angie swag see you tomorrow. God bless america. You have a good time. I did not say shot here for over three hour and fifteen minutes. If you wish to leave you me let me just say how very very dismaying and disappointing Good and just change the channel from this mesmerizing horror shows. We heard words. It's over for me. Audio's your were dismissed. Is that correct refreeze What you're doing. it's all self imposed. It's all self imposed if you didn't meet the cheesecake you wouldn't have a weight problem. Armstrong and getty..

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Los Angeles - Governor Backlash: Newsom Says He Regrets Going To Birthday Dinner Despite COVID-19 Advisories

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | Last week

Los Angeles - Governor Backlash: Newsom Says He Regrets Going To Birthday Dinner Despite COVID-19 Advisories

"Not as I do. That's how many feel after seeing California's governor attend a birthday dinner party with other is well imposing new covert restrictions. Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom came under attack for breaking his own covert 19 guidelines 12 days ago and attending a party at a swanky San Francisco Bay area restaurant. Now some additional embarrassment Pictures and L. A TV station is broadcast several pictures showing the governor at the gathering. Newsome apologized. He called it a bad mistake. Steve Futterman. CBS NEWS LOS Angeles Frustration is

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LA mayor on Covid spread: "Los Angeles is in a very dangerous situation"

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:03 min | Last week

LA mayor on Covid spread: "Los Angeles is in a very dangerous situation"

"Is causing more people in more places more rapidly to get sick than any time. Since the earliest days of this crisis, Los Angeles is in a very dangerous situation. Mayor Eric Garcetti last night morning residents that Cupid 19 is spreading across the city fast. The mayor's warning came after Governor Gavin Newsom pulled the emergency brake on the state's reopening plan. California yesterday recorded its highest number of new cases since the pandemic began more than 13,000, according to the L, A Times tracker. As of today, Almost all Californians are now under tough restrictions on what they conducive and where they can go. And that's because most of the state is back into the most restrictive tear. In the States reopening plan that includes all of Southern California. Tougher restrictions mean you can't eat at a restaurant indoors. You can't go to a gym now, and you have to wear a mask at all times outside your home. Some schools, though, will be able to stay open and with me to talk about that

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What to Expect in Senate Hearing With Zuckerberg and Dorsey

Memphis Morning News

00:19 sec | Last week

What to Expect in Senate Hearing With Zuckerberg and Dorsey

"And Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. In a virtual hearing this morning. They called the hearing after the Social Media Giants limited the spread of a New York Post article about misconduct by President elect Joe Biden. Son Hunter lawmakers concerned about how political content is moderated. California Governor Gavin Newsom apologizes for a

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States impose new restrictions to fight surge of coronavirus cases

Charlie Parker

00:55 sec | Last week

States impose new restrictions to fight surge of coronavirus cases

"All cities and states are preparing to enforce Mork coronavirus restrictions is cases continue to surge. 22 states have tightened their guidelines this month alone in Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds is reversing her stance on masks Reynolds signing a proclamation to require them in all public spaces. Indoor gatherings in the state are also limited to 15 people or less, and restaurants and bars must close at 10 P.m., California also rolling back its reopening as daily cases double there. Over to Gavin Newsom, warning even more restrictions could come. Meanwhile, in Virginia, masks are now required in all indoor public spaces for residents. Five or older. Public gatherings are also limited. 25 people are less and alcohol sales will stop at 10 P.m. and in Philadelphia, Indoor dining, Jim's libraries, School Sports and Maura all shut down this Friday There are over 11 million confirmed cases of covert 19 and the U.

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Orange, Ventura Counties Move Back To Most Restrictive Purple Tier, Los Angeles

KNX Evening News

01:06 min | Last week

Orange, Ventura Counties Move Back To Most Restrictive Purple Tier, Los Angeles

"And spanking new covert 19 cases has prompted Governor Gavin Newsom to hit the emergency brake, sending dozens of counties in the more restrictive tears in the States. Reopening framework. All of Southern California is now in the most restrictive purple tear, With Orange and Ventura counties going backwards, Governor Newsome says daily cases across the state have doubled just in the last 10 days. This is simply the fastest increase. California has seen since the beginning of this pandemic in June, he says, we saw one week increase of just over 39%, compared to a more than 51% increase in the first week of November puts perspective. The rate of increase simply without precedent in California's pandemic history. The governor also announced some changes, he says counties will now be moved backwards in the tiered reopening system. After just one week of data that would push them into a more restrictive tear rather than two weeks. Those sliding back must make changes to businesses and industries in 24 hours, as opposed to three days. Newsome also says the notion of a statewide curfew is being considered Margaret

Los Angeles - Orange, Ventura Counties Move Back To Most Restrictive Purple Tier

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:07 min | Last week

Los Angeles - Orange, Ventura Counties Move Back To Most Restrictive Purple Tier

"In covert cases has prompted Governor Gavin Newsom to hit the emergency brake, sending dozens of counties into more restrictive tears in the States re opening framework. All of Southern California is now in the most restrictive purple tear, With Orange and Ventura counties going backwards, Governor Newsome says daily cases across the state have doubled, just In the last 10 days. This is simply the fastest increase California has seen since the beginning of this pandemic in June, he says, We saw a one week increase of just over 39% compared to a more than 51% increase in the first week of November Perspective. The rate of increase simply without precedent in California's pandemic history. The governor also announced some changes, he says counties will now be moved backwards in the tiered reopening system. After just one week of data that would push them into a more restrictive tear rather than two weeks. Those sliding back must make changes to businesses and industries in 24 hours, as opposed to three days. Newsome also says the notion of a statewide curfew is being considered Margaret career,

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"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:10 min | 4 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Ooh Fifty thousand people screaming. Up Zoom concerts. Fifty, thousand I thought that is that sounds fucking. It's so great to because the Song I. Love The song, but it's so fun to hear the chord changes so clearly, right? It's such a I mean I know it's a harder song, but it's like it's like hardcore hardcore, but it's a pretty song when you giant. Is I. Wish I, slept better planet, really a legal assistance woman's be. classically constantly you know. No, it's beautiful. Especially, the little breakdown going up the odds is perfect What so last two questions number one? What are you happy about right now? What are you joyful about in this time when it's so easy to be you know negative when we're all trapped seeing bad news all the time I'm I'm I'm really joyful about having. This record for people to. To. Fall in love with us, that's so. I mean. Is such a luxurious. On! To be a creative person with. Something that you do. All lined up ready to go so that that provides us your record as like two years. Two, years of work you know two years of. Of stuff that's going to occur to me, so that is really exciting, and I I really. What's going to happen? Big Concern about it, but ultimately. To have twelve new songs of people that love the band before love with Does. Lot, to, be joyful about. That's fantastic and then lastly for people. You know who are trying to find their own finger. Who creatively struggling with? How they define success, just really quickly. How how do you define success? or how would you tell people to healthily define success? While success is it I mean. The achievement in success. Of course. But ultimately. Success is the same thing as happiness you notes I think that the biggest. The most challenging for all of us to consider. Is that Is! Is the when we take us out for the moment. So, much so easy to get sort of wistful and depressed about the paused. Or concerned about the future, and how you know how these things you have no control over, and so that depression caused the future says so difficult, saying the present so. Being productive. As own a minimal level as possible productive And feeding dot gives a sense of self. It can be as stupid as making your bed abuse is. was building a house wherever it's just a sense of self self worth, but is essential accepting you the right decision, the right time, and some are depression and sadness comes from projecting suture bad image beaches so. Success. Really is absolutely living in the moment. If you absolutely have in a moment, that's that's. That's very successful way to live. Beautifully said this was a wonderful conversation. I was such a great. I was very excited to talk to you. You you you know I'm sure people give you these stories all the time, but your band was very much an integral part of my a. World in my, you know my career development at that time, and so it's I I. I have very soft, warm and fuzzy feelings about it so I I really appreciate you and I. Thank you so much for taking the time man I. Love doing well and I hope you stay safe and healthy like a stimulus all right, take care. I need gaining complete. Enjoy overeat..

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"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"No. Not really but I. I took the opportunity because I thought I never have done machine. It much tried day so over. Berge and love it. I did a version of it is not it's not I mean I it. I'M NOT GONNA be able to do the I. Done it where I do acoustic data. Line. Playing today, I was just like. I don't know. Does you sound a bit like? You know. Not Mindful of the fact that no one else playing with me I'm playing acoustic. You know it's like no the sounds Stoyan. arrangement of happy. If you're happy with that I'm more than happy fan I never done it before I've never done it so I did when I did the machine at one before. Style a Namur played. Yesterday's like. I wonder if also I I've done a different. Different arrangement of.

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"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

08:17 min | 4 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Other. That's a whole other. Yeah is amazing. That was like you know catch. Up He stopped song, so zen data was. Oh my God. We're in a movie. Get Planning. Don't stop. Do you. Do you find that? Because those those feelings in our life can be you know especially when you're when you're young, and those things happen for the first time. Do you always feel like I got a chase that I feeling you know, or do you, are you? Are you good about like you know like I'm I'm moving forward I'm not gonNA. Look in the review. Mirror. Like what's the balance when you've been in a band for? For a long time. As in. I mean. It could be like a drug right like that feeling Matt Adrenaline Nad. You know that's probably a significant part of why we're all performances that. Rush you know. It sounds funny when I do I. Mean we do it for the thrill right and sometimes ongoing I. Remember Been in New York. Less than something. Waiver we have a show and. The traffic light in on got so drennan inside. You know. I don't want I. Don't want to screw up show legendary. Blah Blah Blah. And a lookout on the street and see someone other will. Completely relaxed face got lunch chilling out. Nice Day I go. Why. Why gotta be why go to this guy why we pressure guy? Why was going to be pressured? Where I got a little work? The push back. Oh, he's got to work. He's having. A Sandwich you've got no pressure. Everything's good. And then I realized silver adrenaline junkie node. Pressure Junkie Lacrima myself consisting situation. As does any perform? Where the? You can go straight into idolatry, or you can be like whatever. You know you're right you. You ally in Asia I. Suppose like it. You know I love doing movies I love acting. Nothing's wrong. At Rolling Camera and Action. And you just know that. A whole set is primed towards you as an actor who acted with to deliver in that moment and do not mess up. The Michigan Line of the disconnected Iraq's be good. Be Interesting, and is that moment, right? You're young and I guess I like that. Yeah, but I imagine the. What comes from that is the focus, right? It's like when you're when you're hackles. Get up and you feel the adrenaline. There's a tremendous amount of focus that have moved swell right, but then. It's keeping all of the other neurotic stuff out of the. Way. When you're touring the new album. How do you know because the new album got postponed? Obviously because of Covid, but is July right into coming on July. And so does it feel does does writing songs feel the way? It's always felt d d? Do you feel like it's evolved in some way or you have the same struggles with it or don't you got better at some stuff? I mean I. is, still assessing thrill when I write a song to me, the beauty of a great lyric, a great melody, the city's. Top on top of them some. Alike that to me is. It's so wild because it's twelve notes, but as an infant rain. Song. Arrangements for those notes. To slipknot neighbors saying those. LA- saying notes. And far reading magical radio mystic WHO and So I just love it. I, mean I. I look back. Songs are being lucky enough to write, they You know the the stuff to them the value and then this new stuff that I write on this record. Where else have value have intrinsic sense when it solved stop of Intrinsic Belief, if And So I think my instinct is better hope by singer I. play that up, but it's not to say that when records songs that didn't do justice. Is So, if I'm just to self-made. Wandering minstrel where the ban has not been ancient job. Just, happened to be on zoom with. With Guitar. I! Don't think they're any because you said I don't know if people should do a solo album or whatever, but I still think there are any mistakes because I think every choice that you make lead you to the point. You're at now and set. Me, for instance the seller on Mehta so proud of it. Mad that I prefer if they'd been Bush on. I feel more connected struggles. The set sometimes so I just it just hold through back a little bit. It shouldn't. It doesn't matter it just songs the. To create a body of work, and I have old Bush ten. Bush records now eight Bush records. And in tune or directly just wish on the to. The same. Same writer same plus than that and you know look I tried to just on the solar records minimize the on the one when heavy on the institute record ditching heavy of heavy metal stuff produced by page, Hamilton, helmet, and then on my soul record a collaborative people and and. Try to lead guitars emphasis whereas to us, no. Knew what the fuck among. Me Like. So I'm I am proud of it. I don't mind having done that. And as you say, I do believe in a very good sense lost nothing, but his that is. Sole rule on this. This man journey meant to the on. The Graph Times. Meant illuminated times in four times. Bad songs they had to be to get the good ones and. This is how it goes. You know in Wall Street that we're talking about. Thinking of making show mazing. ECON guarantee that everything's is good. He can't be saying consistent saying no one night funnier, unsighted and you on Sunday absolute. I should by the way we're wanted to exhume some base enroll mindset. It was like you know. It's some. Yeah No. I didn't do my homework. Yes, ten percent less. Sunday Yeah you have to go to work the next day. It's not like Sunday shows people just not as free melanoma mellow. Sit Down we'll sit down. It's so maybe they're just tired from Friday and Saturday so some days like wrapping it up for them. It's like some of the bad their host on Friday and Saturday with screw. Threads Thankfully A. Mild socks are really terrible insurance. So at work because I think I. Have you for ten more minutes? I think are you? Are you GonNa? Do a song or do you, are you? GonNa recorded separately no day. They also did a song piece as. It was very tough. To, they said Oh. You Know Gavel Play A. Song you want I. Don't there's like so many of them are so meaningful to me. I mean everything's then is so meaningful because it like helped, define that air that I worked K Rock, but then. You know machine had just seemed like. Oh, it's like A. It's such a fun song bureaucratically, but come down is also a song that I fucking adore so I don't know is there there? One bit is more particularly meaningful to you that you liked. Does anyone ever ask you what you WANNA? Play?.

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"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

07:10 min | 4 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Ted fields project basically, and then that was the end of that and the Kiro Blah. We had the power interscope had ntd US helping us with the video. That was the judge was amazing I saw often thinking about MTV and such a shame by museums. Manage the. is now what she all the time I don't think. Can I. Can I have two answers for you for that if you want? One before we tell me his mother genius concept about MTV, the Anti is the we all pay programming. That wasn't even guaranteed to get on that, so we'd like -spense between two hundred fifty out of like so much money. WAS A low video nights to say you spent three, hundred grand or video, which was like taking it easy. In a charitable numbers now And You, pay. And then you'd sit. Just please please. Programming nowadays to to grant a program on Netflix's, they're gonNA. Show it. We'd spend it on full minute clip. That was get played terrible Jesus then so go was your theory and well. So there so I believe that there were. If I understand the way that works number one. First of all. I can tell you that having done a television show on MTV for a long time. Music video shows were the lowest rated shows. As they. If more people had watched them than they would have program the more, but when it started in the eighties, it was such a revolutionary thing, and even then people said well attention spans like the kids Gen-x fucking idiots. Their attention spans watching these three minute clips. But attention spans got shorter and shorter and shorter, so not only did they rate low, but at a certain point MTV started realized that they couldn't actually monetize just music video shows. Dave needed to own Ip so they started creating shows that they could create an license internationally I imagine so it was a combination of those things, but even in the ninety s people would say like. Your fucking show like MTV's to play music videos I remember that in the nineties. People say that in now. You know I don't know MTV's probably forty about forty years old, so mtv to me feels like a forty year old guy like hey, what are your kids like? Let me see what I can give your kids. Now you know so. And so it just it all change, but you're right the idea that you would invest a quarter million dollars in cross your fingers, and now let's take a brief pause to think the sponsor for this episode of the PODCAST squarespace. Domains websites online stores, marketing tools and now email campaigns. It's a new feature. You can create email campaigns. Space so consistent content from websites email whatever you wanna do. Powerful editing tools to make your own customizable layouts. It's time to turn your idea into a website, which then you can create an email campaign out of email is still work is still subscribe to a bunch and I still read them and and they still work, so it's a great way to showcase your work without having to just rely on social media, you can blogger published content. 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The, fact that you basically had a fucking gold mine, you had a brick of south gold that at first people like there's not even anything on here, and it turned out that literally every think of album Popeye five number one singles, but that was Hollywood records snow. Hollywood records so sometimes when people. Disney began the label. Might not have high the. WHOEVER THE FAMOUS AND ON COOL! Right, and so when it started when it turned, and it sounded like it turned like once it started to turn, it sounded like it turned out pretty quickly. What did the momentum change of that feel like to go back to London to just work a regular job for three months and then all the sudden like. We're like. Blue. I worked a regular job. And, then and then I came out through the summer and then came out to La. Doug. Played A Club cool on on on on Sense A. Shift me account things about it with the cow when they have bands Ed Nights Lot I, Dunno. Keep them on. The gaslight is not. Anyway whatever so some will correct. Yes, so came out and Dan. I had a one trip to L. A.. And that's what I had begun like you recognise Karaoke. A Karaoke she knows. Though isn't it cast on November, and then we came with tour in January February will record on December, so it was really insane. The momentum and it just was like being put into a incredible movie of of line of what it might be like. You know from the first show. CBGB's was professed. Tool date and Before the vote is still and when it was literally, the Stinky Club and I'm not being to the sound move couldn't get back in. Because, it was so packed. That sounds like I've never had his first homer. And her songs and new songs. was played just. GotTa like this one. Song Never Hud played the. Camden there's not on you've never heard. But you start playing shows where people come in, they're instantly connected already. I mean like that's a whole.

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"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

08:14 min | 4 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Of a a story, but as a history class now. Sit Down Clown scout around. Yield record. Stores Yogi Tower records. Yeah, that doesn't even mean anything anymore. I mean I I, said my kids. into the fighter factor the. You know all the POWs be which is in my case Apple. Don't WanNA. Put a CD. I mean the car, and even then it's sort of like you know. It's like his vintage boxing, but. Is. There's no. Place. I do miss the days of going to like tower records. And then just looking at album covers like just looking at the covers as part of the experience whether or not, you're going to buy something. Obviously, you'd have bands that you liked. Then you would see a particularly cool provocative covers something really. I. Don't know what this is, but the vibe of this covers so good I'm going to try it, and you might actually like it some. Dixie Smith's of Roosevelt's I challenge. The pixies is not cover. Was Remember the the flamenco dancer Seagal. Side Schoff! Is Iconic. So I used to what I do and I miss a law is what I'd get a record of bands. I like my favorite Banos into. You know that the ceremony getting back. You bring on Vinyl. You look at the art work. You open it up and I'd always go straight to the thanks. And I listen to the words. Thanks loons hanging out with my bag on walls. Let me to see any. And I've never made it onto those thank you. I never knew anyone who was in bad that. By the time I knew people. He went doing. Oh. They didn't so when you. When you started releasing albums, you not do. was there no space to do? Thank US anymore. Now known we did all of my daughters to like to everyone. I've met in my life, and that is lunch and I was running with. My girlfriend is a I. Love Lindsey announced five years. And I. Miss Fellow on that because cute. She's reading mad at me about it like this is like sixteen stuff i. Mad about. She goes mathers us. Madden! You like you took the care to like? Put some extra thought into this extra sweet rats like wait what you WanNa do that awesome boy. That could change. Don't worry going. Settle anything anyway. Now. Oh my God. I worked at I worked at K rock from ninety five to ninety eight, which was the? Oh, that's my time yet. That was the peak era for K rock like directing pop music. I remember like walking by Kevin whether funny. With MTV, the judge know of that was just defined. Defined defined because. I worked for both of them I. I did a show on MTV single out. It was a dating show and I worked at K rock simultaneously, and the the influence that both of them had in the ninety s on pop culture. Was Mind blown because? It, it just everything's changed, but I remember hearing you could hear a song and Kevin weatherly office, and then a week later it was in heavy rotation, and that band would be hugh like it was. It was such a magical thing to witness, because it was very like in the movies like you hear song on the radio and the next thing. It's climbing up the charts like I got to see that happen where his going to run spotify. Is Running spotify now. We've gone to some some huge huge job. With spotify North America. But then where I mean, he's the one that. You know there are not that many people in your life you know. A few people mine life. Into people and he is very central. To my life and his. Yuno. Support. Band was, really special. Yet when Kevin got behind something he was. I I loved the Guy He put me on the air. I came on to do an interview, and then he was like Ab WanNa do do you want to be a DJ go? And, so he put me, but I was on midnight to five, but does does songs on sixteen stone. Tim gives be this to do with the snips midnight to five, I was literally the only person in the entire studio. Because it was, so it was. It was such a weird. They didn't even track ratings from midnight to five, so there was no call screener there was. It was just me in that you know I'm whatever that ninth floor and. You know like that building in Burbank. And that was it. was. It was three or four days of three or four nights a week, but when he, too, so like I. Had you know like wasn't weird staying up all night but it. It was it was an incredible time to be there to witness how much music change and when I left in ninety eight music away and sort of went more like limp biscuit Bruno. Rap Rock whatever, but I love the period of time that I was there and it although songs are so, they're so special to me because it was just such a magical time. We actually played CD's. Your poll CDs and like Carson Stick Riding. So, how did you? How did how did Kevin did with did Kevin Discover WHO. Signed to label. Records in a valley and a can't London. People didn't know whether this was a legit. Labels legit situation, but I'll sort of hovering around late was in England. Not really we weren't getting signed. People weren't prepared to take that leap of faith and. I think at that time. Anyway, it was so low fill. The whole Britpop seems going on. Swayed with big really big band time Blah Oasis. So, we will I normally anyway. We were like one pixies. Sent to record company direct deal in foreign country like they did in. Four other. I saw as a a so as a challenge to. Not Be Insane. Something happening to them to us was. And so. We. We actually had the record in. It went to Hollywood records. Are distributed on this this guy. Frank Wells was killed in anacleti crash. One of the heads of Disney. and. He's very sad and Suddenly! We had known band and it was a great quote. Someone said about six anonymous singles on record is out tracks so new dropped us. Yeah, they dropped us and so then I went back to work and I. Three Months back from London. I'm being dramatic once I know how. Much is assigned made record and then I. So for me I saw a failure, and so he's struggling. All you make your record and you can have could breakfast every morning hatred. As lead when you go home and making record great to work. I was like well. Lifetime Life It's like so. It's no way slowly and. Then the cool up. What happened was. My labeled got played at K rock picked up by. Ted feel over the records Hud on camera, and then in Jimmy Dean, and so it was.

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"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"To do it. You basically wanted to do it for one. Cycle one one tool that gets all. This chaos so I'm still hungry as A. As A, Kid On. One of the Lord of the flies. You know I'm still hungry that Tom can cost away I feel that. Get an a love it. So this way I mean somebody trying to on this sloppy deliver. I think the the adage of as good as your law song released lost. Show just holds true. They're going to find that lost. Stand up is like works at that's like good. You're well. The Beacon Theater full years ago amazing angle. But I. You know for me. Having done both. But it's different for status because like I need to theaters are fun wants to act is in a very presentational mode right, but I but I like being in clubs because they're very intimate. You're almost standing in the crowd. I can riff with people I can work on new material. I can pivot when you're when you're doing a theater, you. You can't really talk to people in the audience because people up there don't can't see the person in the front and they care so I don't know I mean is the experience for you different in terms of? D like the energy of an intimate room versus versus a theater, versus like arena like is there. Is there too many people? Are there not enough people like, or is it all different? Right I think that in. The balance that I always try and find is no matter how where the emphasized the room the we play from. Really big big places to smoke sometimes like one offs. Surprise shows so autumn sizes. The trick is for me. Personally Tena. Performer is to just establish intimacy. Established connections with whoever whatever the size the ordnance Just, to not be is connected from the crowd, and to find a way to just right to connect with the crowd known and really. Sign has formerly just is absurd Hidden Wave. You know that you can outsail into someone's like psyche in that in space. You can't get it. Clearly miss it and you kind of any connection with them and. Does disconnected show like for instance when I don't like is really highs, stages right stage the worst people like down the pits like really down. It's you trauma best and I've done. A few movies boasts production new second I know. I can unravel the unroll the festival inside of my life. Just be like I'm so connected to I can't see your like below my ankles, your fifteen my ankles, but my goodness connected. Yeah I totally agree. It's weird to look down town so But that's the gist a bit and an another thing that I love to do is You know quite uninhibited performance in our light up to uninhibited MVP free. is to be as energized and committed and looking for connection is if you play two hundred. Fifty people. And it's so much fun. Because when the small venue be even kind of make people feel a bit. Awkward be with you by. God. This is a lot of performance in a small space. Like you know, I'm GONNA loosen up dates gonNA, leave it. You know maybe you. You'd so fools people to be involved. That's why the especially when I go in the crowd. I go in the crowd, because like breaking the wool between the stage in the audience and I live. Going to back the room with people can't believe that you've made the effort. Of you know texting something. It just. Go up there in seats. The slide. Need of somebody will find it hard to get out of the. Trip they knock over popcorn drinks is and but the real the real it's like the energy wavelength is like me. Going on the crowd is just sort of plugging everyone's energy into the wall socket every. Day. It's like it's really good fun. You said something that I I would love to try to explore a little bit because it. I'm endlessly fascinated by it, but you know you're only as good as your last thing. You know whether it's music or stand up whatever in I am. I I feel like there's this constant struggle between. Because in the creative pursuits, it can be very difficult to quantify the ultimate question, which a lot of people want to answer, which is how doing am I doing well, and when you work in a very linear job. Okay, you get to this point, and then you get a raise in a promotion, and then you get this, and then you get a parking space, and then you get a watch. It was very linear, but what we do is not linear at all and I feel like we can get into a lot of trouble as performers by. Picking the wrong things to define whether or not, we're doing a good job, you know we look at a lot of external cues, but I feel like the internal cues are just as important how we're perceiving what we're doing, and so how to navigate that because you know what you said I, you know it's true. The music business year as good as your last thing, but is another way to look at that like yeah, but that means that you could still be a second away from another big thing you know it's like it's. It's never really over. If you continue the journey I don't know. Does any of that makes sense of course? It's the press business tyrod open. You know your your continually. You Know Me. I'm always semi tone away from disaster so I think we're always on that precipice. That driving and causing that you know you're you're. Five foot from goodale direction getting killed by another absolutely absolutely, but just in terms of how define success for ourselves. You know it's. It's so easy to just look at the external stuff like cash. How many people showed up? How much money how much notoriety how much blah blah blah, but you know the internal stuff like the fact that you are just as passionate playing for fifty people versus fifty thousand people is a great. That's good, because if you only had a very narrow way to define how you, probably you switched off to five thousand people anyone below five thousand. It's a total failure. You guys like you're okay, but you know. Four four nine nine nine note bags, five thousands of magic number, five thousand and up, but there are, but there are people that and I also think it's interesting that your band. Got To a certain point. Where like? Yeah, yeah, yeah, we, we get it. We have success. We played stadiums. We've done everything, but now there's life stuff, and you ever think about the life stuff when you're in your twenties. You just think about playing for stadiums. I would imagine right. Yeah. They I suppose there are more responsive me. They had kids earlier. I'm lucky can bring my kids out on the road. And I don't know there's a Solo Wade signed me that even though it's. Hard challenges away from road I'm with them all the time because my four spot. Is what I do. I think that when you have kids, you know. One of them to join my life, my lives join men, and so therefore that especially now it's not you know. The. Streaming I mean we both remember the times when musicians could exist by selling records now.

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"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

08:15 min | 4 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Kid Hanging in there. In great they they beat away with among We started off the quarantine thing together and then they went away with their mom and. And so I began the assignment of school, which was this? This is the hidden this silent beginning, which was like the chaos of like. Three boys, two older boys light. Here's your assignments. Leave Room, good luck doing assignments. US was nuts and Mike on I think he would like. At my kids school. They were like you haven't done any hokey yet. You know why what was no so I go there. I was leading with toilet paper so I. Get going going shopping and stocking stuff up all the time with them. The free throughout with stuff so the kids that get food. We sit around every night and it'd be like is could be lost electricity. Hey, guys. All the candles in town and season. So that we did that dead, then April did one week of the Organiz one enemy in the US Open the online school. Trolling the whole way like a of. X Musician teacher. In the hallways. Of just checking. And then I was getting ready getting suffered. Emotional abuse at the hands of my eleven year old semi that. My English wave. Long Division is not right, even though allowances riding his Wilson old yet you. If your kid discovers another breaking the law by Pink Floyd, you're done but the the idea that there's a new math and a new way to solve math problems. I have friends who are educators who have written books to teach parents how to understand like screw, renew math, and how it works, because it is entirely different from how we were taught growing up. Yeah I think the answer is do yeah, the answer is Google, but that's the thing. I always wondered like. How would I? I can't imagine what school would have been like. If literally the answer to everything was in my pocket at all times. I just can't I. Remember having to check out books and. Available, so I had to wait. SAW report was late because I. Couldn't get the book I should try to check it out sooner, I mean. Can you even fathom what it would be like to be a kid with the sum total of human knowledge in your pocket all time? Anything further to that. Let you know people who is a friend of mine is giving birth in two weeks time and Can you imagine all these kids? Growing up who just think that wearing mosque is just a normal of Kucherov he's like. Cool belts when thing now it's cool, Mosk. Yes. Although they'll be yes the fashion. They'll get doug it fashion they'll be. They'll be Gucci Masks. There will be you know Michael. Kors mask some. Me someone gave me very kindly the You Virgil, abloh off-white. Of, White great brand, a little overpriced, he no opponents Mike is a little overprice. Six hundred bucks sweat shut in a little price, but. He's like in the world action doing on that, so I don't mind that but. I did notice the gift. Because the person is a hundred bucks, the Moss does lighten not that cynical. That's-that's. Corona. Give it away. Give them away. Let everybody where of white boss see the IT must've cost least. Three dollars to make and probably dollars maybe fool may with A. Crazy. So that's a mockup. Come on I, know I know people who are selling them for almost nothing who are at home cutting up fabric and making them by hand Russia's making them with their hands, and they're selling them for like fifteen dollars so i. mean you know you're? Paying you're paying for brand a little bit. You know what I mean is just it's just good. Just capitalism is paying for capital is no absolutely I just don't think it'd be one rest by one deep breath during the crow CNA of none of still Chelsea get down. Lose their jobs. People lose jobs, but a seven hundred percent markup. Is, oh good so good to fashion when you tour again. If they're going to be like at the merge table like man. They're going to be mad to the t shirts and all the there'd be there. Give me like tour masks Alliott has not suits been tie has met soups. You not defend Tom did. Can you we. We supposed to be touring as we speak. I'm always supposed to be toward. Voice supposed to be Tori and So it's ironic because I'm. Couldn't obviously what about and But it's been weight affects on my body back. My shoulders like blower, my shoulder blades. Beginning beginning to decompress to degree, because so used to travel as the moving, so the other side of it is is a. Is that made me on tool but It my not be traveling doing stuff. Yet and I wonder how it will be too because I. It's obviously I don't think a switch is GonNa flip at all the sudden. We're just going to be in in high energy mode again I think it will be gradual, but I do wonder like all the people who are so used to the momentum of go go go go, and then slamming on the brakes. If it'll be, it'll take little while to work back up to that momentum or maybe. Maybe. Do you think you might decide by the end of I? Don't know if I need to two or all the time. Maybe just some of the time. I'm done towards me till four five months of the year. Oh that's not bad. The feels like well. It's a law the law, but I've never waved more than three weeks so three weeks limit I go away for yeah, but then I in the SUMMA's attempts to a couple of months. Almost tourist, but. Is it still fun, do you do? Do you have a sense of like? This is something we have to do because we're putting out music, and it's the tour or do you genuine? They do it because you like it. Could you imagine if my aunts was like? It's. Every minute I gotta tell you trying to. Do it for the money. The semi fame. The lukewarm catering. And Oil Devil Limited limited selection of alcohol. The never changes because my hasn't changed since twenty years. No. I mean I I I've seen people doing that like that I've seen people on stage of effectively. kind of phony something but I just. I mean that'd be so horrible. I mean not obsess about it I love it so much. I couldn't imagine I mean that's why my foes incarnation of my band kind of. Disintegrated with a way to sort of. Nothing really happened. Nobody laughed to just sort of. We looked in all of a sudden they wasn't. Bench nobody wanted to go away one guy. pled, Niger he just missed his first. Katie felt growing up. You know. Five six years of their life and Submitting, put delay on the touring until get a bit of time at home. That is like. Is that enough time so that? Did it psych product? Do you WANNA. Do offer this band institute joined. Do it now. No, no, no has like so I just saw. Things ambassador. echoes, please. Please dumped dumped. Known cares no one. will if your band? Shit out no one of the record and you get one. It's halfway house now. I did a solo record. which is exactly as I lived through this experience? I speak from the. Point of actually experience of doing the wrong. It wasn't wrong. Things like I was lifting choice. Because they didn't want to tour and wasn't what I shoulda done. Managers new version of Bush. Saying.

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"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:59 min | 4 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Follow. Follow Young Protagonist Zoe. She lives in a space station above a post apocalyptic Earth who finds a journal connected to someone in the past? She discovers that the origin of magic wasn't what she expected. The journal Setzer upon a quest for magical items that can change the future of earth. She meets allies and enemies along the way, and must figure out whom she can trust. Just. Search for 'em stark weather. She's been working super hard on these. I would love for other people to enjoy these as much as she enjoyed writing them. Thank you so much for sharing, Jay I. Hope People Check out your wife's book while three books because they sound fantastic so congratulations to her on writing writing one book. It's hard writing three books as amazing. I wrote a book ten years ago and I'm like I. Don't think I need to write another book. It's a law. It's a process. It is a real long process, so congratulations. MP Stark Weather This episode is Gavin, Rockdale of. The okay, so the Van Bush is very it it it anchors me into a very incredible period of my life. I had just kind of started working for MTV I. Just kind of started working for K. Rock in Los Angeles and sixteen stone dropped that that album had so many hit songs on it and I just so associate. That album and the guitar riffs album with being in the station at K rock as a role, there was twenty something ed it. Just I don't know it just anchors a really incredible time of my life, and so the album is very special to me and and I'm a fan of the band, and it was Gavin was such a lovely chap to talk to chap. He's a lovely chap to talk to, but just a very nice man. And I'm so glad we had this opportunity to. Because Bush has a new album out. Now it is out as of the posting of this podcast. Just came out July seventeenth twenty twenty. It's called the kingdom, so go pick it up and at the very end of the podcast Gavin plays plays a Bush song plays one of the Bush songs from sixteen stone, so it was just a super, super, Super Fund chat and we even if you whether or not, you listened whether or not you scratched up your sixteen stone CD from the CD case. The incase CD case booklet that was in the front seat of your car that hopefully like now people fit with their phones, but in the nineties in the nineteen hundreds we used to almost get into car accidents by grabbing the CD case that would fly off the seat onto the floor. That was the thing you weren't supposed to do. In the nineteen hundreds to prevent so you wouldn't get in a car accident anyway very enjoyable podcast number ten eighty. With Mr Gavin. Ross Dale row the thing. Canteen Protocol..

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"gavin i" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Right. That was done DONC. Dawn Gavin fucking Don Gavin. He's the Guy Man. He had a lot of impact on a lot of people is great talking to his album. Alive with Manhattan is available in a lot of different places streaming go look for that and Times Fund quarantine people people who are about to be quarantined people who are living in The Times. We live in which seemed dire and scary. It's time for a very special deep type of relief with Mark Americans way to stand up special. I'm third person. It End Times. Fund is on Netflix. Now now right now it is and now I will play guitar boomer lives..

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"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

09:14 min | 9 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"You know so You know it wasn't like you wouldn't WanNa live in my house that I was building for you but I'll show up to work you know and do the job. In at that time I was like oh get I gotTa Get. Outta here me and my brother who were like. I played one GIG in New York City in nineteen ninety seven September. He Goes September twenty seventh on ninety seven and then we were at the bar of the place called the bidder rent which is the first place. Forgive Me Gig was run by Kenny. Gorka lovely guy on been there been there. Yeah places an institution. Everybody's play there every body right so My brother me sitting at the bar and he said we gotta live here I know you're right. He said when do you want? Let's pick a date will be here by that date? What date I said. I don't know six months six months from right now. He said what's Today Sarma March fourth united. Ninety eight we moved into hell's kitchen and Had sold my truck ahead a little money from working at the lumber yard and I had already turned down a record deal and so I had to begin this bomas offer from a major label. You know the guy was like wow. Would you turn this down? What do you got going up? I said not a lot. I work at a lumber yard. You know upstate I make Dick. He said I walk in your building. It's really nice as seen the statue. You know such and such won't say because I want to get up and All this beautiful building a location and I know that if I sign this deal on this building. That doesn't make me anything. I'm just property here. He no I said but even I just work at the lumber yard I have complete freedom and your deal. It's not a good deal and that tells me you just think I'm not good enough so that's more my problem. You know I said I think you deal with reflect what you think of me a you know. Think much of me so that tells me just not good enough yet and I need to go work at all and so I wasn't upset at them. I just knew that wasn't good enough yet. 'cause if you're good enough if it was the right time or if you remarkable whatever it was it was really on me you know. I didn't want to blame them. A lot of people like the blame somebody else and you know what I say when they blame somebody else. That's bull it is on you. You understand me So if the offer is bad you're bad you are worse. What they're offering by the way K. Because if they really really need you the numbers GonNa come up. If you're doing a great great great great job. Your value is higher so for me. I knew I wasn't doing a great enough job because if I was they would've thought my value is higher so I knew I still sucked and I need to work on it and it took me years longer and I'm happy that it took me longer. I'm happy that they knew I sucked because had I gotten signed then what if accidentally I would had hit and still sucked now. You suck in your famous. Yeah and you're famous for sucking. I understand what I'm saying. That's my life. I know I'm Sir. That's worse I believe anybody can get famous. Matters is what you get famous for. Hopefully it's for being good at your craft you know and so whatever that thing is i. I thought it was important that that they're deal. Told me that I sucked. Yeah 'cause you know why because I did suck and the deal got better when I didn't suck as bad anymore. You know what I mean and then I hope you renegotiated it and got a little bit. I was somebody else but but I did. And and that was more but that deal was an indication of hey don't suck as bad anymore. Yeah you know what I mean like and That that that to me was the lesson you worse what they're offering you know what I'm saying. You're not you're not. You're worth it. You're offering your worth what they're willing to pay you. Yeah because when you start negotiating if that price doesn't come up it's ACAS. They won't pay me. It's you're not worth that much to them. Yeah that's all there is to it and for me. I wasn't good enough to be worth any more than that. Yeah it to me I that I had to take that upon myself to say my song. My songs aren't enough. You know what I mean. I need a home my craft. I need I need to get better at this craft at this at this skill. I'm not taking this seriously enough. You know because if I was their math would reflect that that I've put in the time for this you know and For me it was a lesson. I wasn't mad at them for for a bad offer. I thought the offer was perfectly I thought that offer was the perfect lesson to be totally honest with you earlier. You're talking about a question that you were asked and it meant something to you normally do a like a rapid fire thing at the end of the show. But I don't WanNa do that. Actually I WANNA come into it with your own. I do nothing rapidly as you can say. No but I also limit Charles Dickens novel all the words all of them yeah I get paid for syllable beautiful. I will say this. Actually the key. I was noticing this because my fiance's from New York and it's very fun. Like New Yorkers are very interesting to me year New York when you want to be New York when you have to be when you're talking about being tough and like going through Shit Your New York and then when you're like this sentimental then all of a sudden you're like non like that's right. There's there's no dialect anymore and I and I find interesting when you WANNA be tough. It's a it's not even yeses dialect but it's it's almost like a state of mind that you get into of like okay. I need to get back to where from I'm from and I gotTa talk like it. It's very interesting if you go back and listen this episode. There are moments when you're talking about your childhood and times were tough and I notice it because I'm a radio guy with the way that you change your voice but you're also performing and that's what you do normally but it's very interesting when you want to be Who you are It bleeds out of you. You know and I love that about you early. You said something you ask the question. If you could change anything about your life would change is. Was that the question that you pose was that your dad asked that I asked my father the. Us Your father that I said. What would it be crazy? My level would be. You're an adult now. How do you answer that rented instead of bought? Aw Gavin everybody on the well everyone listen to. That really really took it home. How many think on wherever you get your podcast? I'm sorry you got me. There at the end felt good. I love so much. Thank you for being honest and real EG Mike Emotional. Obviously I'm big fan of yours. Thank you did matt. Thanks for that man. Of course I appreciate your time. And what a what a great show. He has a great show your great interview total natural. Thanks Joan. Get a beer. Yeah Man Beers Beers for sure. All right. See You buddy see you..

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"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

13:55 min | 9 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"So I WANNA to get back to you breaking through because it's one thing for your dad to be in tears being like you can do the thing that I could never do. And that means so much to me and that meant so much to you but I want to get to the point of which your father seeing. It makes it all worthwhile because there was a time. That HAP- I I know there was your dad was like I was right about him. Will he? My father was a because he'd played music for living and he knew that that That world and that Feeling and he knew he had talent for it. My brother and I played music. You know growing up through high school and played ballrooms and stuff him when you quit playing ball and here like as like you man you come search actually now mid the bar tonight you know Tuesday. Yeah she me and like me and my brother playing gigs. You know my Dahbi out there hanging out having a beer you know getting up playing with us and stuff like that. And that's just how he grew up you know and It created a different sort of family. dynamic and families that play music together. I think are unlike any other type of family. There's another family. I grew up with name the row. Shes and they all played music. They're a great group of people and they all played great. Actually Seth who's also my age He's in He's Keith urban strimmer. He's wonderful musician he grew up. You know down. You know the next the next town over you know me and his cousin went to the prom together. You know what I mean. Yeah I mean it's like just of you know musical families and It gives those families another excuse to hang out like come hang out that you bring your drum kit and all such and such and I'll bring a banjo and you bring such and such. You know it's a whole nother culture. When he got families that are playing music. Yeah you know you go in having a family reunion having hootenanny. He knowing you're all campfire in an somebody's roasting a pig. And you know people are playing their picking and plan accord in and sing an old Hank Williams songs and stuff like that. So it's another really you know And so my father seeing These small successes happened and my mother sees small success out in the rest of the family. Seeing these small successes happened day them something to talk about back home and to be proud of and you know your neighbors were proud and they were hanging out and they're coming down in a show here and there in New York City. They wanted to support you in the beautiful thing. You know when you're in a small town also you know there's maybe there's less events happening so it's nice when somebody you know. They're they're proud of you. They tend to be a lot of people. Are Proud of you when you're out in the big city trying to make it and maybe you're having a little bit success They're calling their friends or their family members. Hey Do you know anybody who works at such and such Gavin's gotTa Gay? Do you think you could have you know what I mean? They're all doing what little you know. If they can do anything they're trying to you know Of course you know you you even from a small town. You're going to have your haters. You're going to have the guy who hates your guts because you got out in our media is always that guy you know the one who no matter how nice you ever were to a mall. He's thinking as you you know there's always going to be that you can't do anything about that. Nothing you can do about that. You know You just gotTa keep going and But but fundamentally you know those the people who knew you when you were growing up there really proud of you because they know it's such a bizarre impossible dream to see your passion come to fruition Particularly in the arts. You know it's we all know it's an opinion based game. Yeah so it's not like you're playing basketball. It's almost like you're obviously the best basketball player. So you'll be on this team. You know what I mean the greatest musician in the world and not ever get a GIG. You know because it's well it's according to my opinion it's not very good. You know someone will say so. You felt like basketball. You're just junk on everybody's ass you mean like if you're the greatest in your clearly just dominating everybody music is different. You know it's an it's an art. It's an opinion so so no matter how much time you put in And no matter how good you think he of no matter how good of a job you think you're doing someone will say it's garbage you know it's just the nature of it you know. Some people won't like it just because it does sound. Nice they go. It's too nice for me out. Whatever I'll give me a break. You know what I mean. Yeah so this is just the nature of it you know. I know but the moment that like you had a hit charting on the radio like it was a thing. What did your family say? Then because like it's so dope that like your parents wore championing you beforehand like being like the fact that you're living your dream would actually why I've worked so hard because I want my kids to live this thing hundred percent. Yeah they're like don't do what I do. Of course you know what I mean. But here's what I want to hear about. I want to hear about the time that your parents heard that song or or like we're like I can't get any more tickets sold out. You know like I want that story and then several several layers to okay so my brother. Joey is a dynamite and Actually look for his record. It'll become an is called The steady drinkers so love. It's great name right straight up rock band and so so he He's always been somebody who is listening to music and show me music and stuff like that. Because I was a little brother. You know. So He'd say oh you got to hear this record for Bligh you get in the car. And he's playing like some old Boston record to away or like queen records and things like this and so anyway I would play. You know all these cover songs you know because he and our plan these cover bands so one day he walks in to the room of the piano is at. We had this rickety just crap piano douse you know something keys in work tune you know and I really have a good instrument and but I've been looking at these books reading all these. You know songs figuring out the songs I liked. And he's a forty doing on practice. Learn the song that song he said. Why don't you write your own song? Why write your own songs? I said well all the great ones are already written amazed. Just learn these which is ironic. Because when I was a kid I used to write songs when I was like a little kid. Yeah but then I stopped because I thought what am I doing? It's embarrassing so he told me. Well if you write your own song some fifteen. Why should anybody remember you? Which is a challenge immediately began writing songs literally that day literally. I actually remember the first tune in that capacity at the piano. The descending baseline I'm ripping off the Beatles. I'm writing about some girl in her very complex story and it's really elaborate and I'LL CIGNA myself. What the Hell am I doing? I know nothing about this. Yeah I'm singing about somebody's story just to make up some interesting story about something. Nothing about to tug at heartstrings. In the although I liked the tune all I could think of was this is utter bull. Yeah this story. Is You know what I mean. But for years our play these songs and my brother who ended up moving to Manhattan March. One thousand nine hundred ninety eight. We got a one bedroom apartment. We shared a bedroom in Hell's kitchen. Forty ninth between ninth and tenth across the street from a high school that was basically training children to get ready for prison and every day. I'd be writing songs work in our day. Jobs jobs sell cigarettes magazines at kiosks. Whatever waiting tables drinking all night anyway? I'm playing songs from my brother all time. He's always going. It's pretty good pretty good pretty good. One day. I play the Song. I don't WanNa be and I played the hook and my brother standing at the edge of the piano at this little apartment. I had and he goes. That's your can hit. You finally got one. You finally got it. He freaked out. Yeah I said really think so. You finally got it and it was. I don't WanNa be yeah and Ironically I had already signed a publishing deal with Warner and so I was a writer already but hadn't written that song yet and essentially got signed to Warner brothers. Weren't chapel on a song called more than anyone which ended up being a B side on my first record. Yeah but when? I don't WanNa be that soon that me and my brother loses mind and And so ultimately yeah that was my first hit and it and it did change my life and you know you go from you know playing for you know a couple blocks living in New York you know I was playing ballrooms and I was. I got to the point rows doing actually pretty well In those bars I had to really play one night a week and I had the rest of the week off because I was making really good money But outplay out multiple times a week anyway. So do my money Gig once a week and then like throwing guitar. Whatever and then I'll go play these other dates that were not official dates down by Trade World Trade Center After nine eleven I would go play there every once a week. Place this no longer there but I go down there because the workers down there and stuff like that. I want to play like a little local stuff. They'd be hanging and And so I still play several nights a week but I knew that I. I was like in pretty luxurious position as a musician. Just planned gigs. That that money GIG was once a week and it was good enough money. Get through the week which was crazy in New York. Because New York's expensive yes but had a good following and My friends were showing up and buddies our just promoting me. Just guys are drinking buddies. Mind but yeah. They have a plane it was. You know the hang how the hang is up in But going from that environment where your folks are coming. The shows and they're happy about a couple of hundred people out made a coming out tonight to seeing you on the road and you know playing with you know heroes your heroes and stuff Life changing you know what I mean. It's not like I was like I had of hitting all of a sudden we were rich. You know that wasn't it at all. Because you're not you know but it is still psychological. It's just a vacation right lane validation. That's I meant meant to say it's validation so suddenly you have this. It's an emotional wealth. Yeah and which by the way are you walking on water which by the way I feel like is actually more valuable than real wealth. It is it. Is You know why because it's health. Yeah it's your health and it also can move forward for a long time. Yeah you know we're a actual money can only push you for until it runs out. Yeah Yeah and and so that that that that moment in your life and that That that being on the way up is a special time. Yeah to you know. And you're what twenty five. I didn't get a record deal so I was twenty six. Okay Twenty six twenty seven. Yeah when I turned a record deal down when I was twenty one I had moved to New York. I had been working at a lumber yard and You know like packing trucks and like you know pack and flatbeds and you know tacking together kitchens and you know building some bullets wine racks and yeah. That was a no carbon. He no but I can swing a hammer..

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"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

11:43 min | 9 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Specific I mean a lot when he got walked. Every you've said a couple times and I thought. Wow that's so specific. I'm sorry no good so I remember. He paid off the garage and we got in the car. And I says my dad as we're going over this low bridge is bridges. Probably wasn't like a real. It wasn't like a significant period just went over the local piece of local lake. Little edge of it was five feet above the water. You know one hundred feet long and I said Dad if you could change anything about your life what would it be and He says sesame drives me. I never would have stopped playing music. He said I said no he said yeah now I never would have stopped playing. That's one thing I'd change and I thought noted you know I remember that and I remember I thought to myself. I don't WanNa be the guy in the car with his kids thinking himself. I didn't chase my dreams and heavily enough. I thought and I knew it was my father Jean to play music. And it's part of lent itself to my desire to accomplish the mission of play music for living because I wanted to validate my father. Yeah and I wanted to validate my mother's grandfather. I wanted to validate that. There was talent there and that it wasn't bull to pursue talent. It's not a pipe dream and and that And that it's a. It's not a last resort to pursue your passion. You know what I mean. It requires a level of professionalism to accomplish the mission and bravery and And so once upon a time. Nineteen years old dropping. Adam. My Second College and I just visited my mother's sister's family all right put in place in time where what how old Berkeley College Music Guy. So that's but also like that's very well known right. Musical College right took Berkeley and Belmont are the two big ones right like in the country. So you're dropping out of Berkeley right. Okay how dropping out of school again and I'm I'm telling them I'm going to drop ask. Yeah again and The asking me why and I said yes we emotional. Yeah so I said it's because this is hold me back colleges pay to play what I mean is you're paying to be in a safe place to pursue your passion and that's King Lane. That's not courageous. That's not job market. That's where people go when they're scared of the real world world. That's where the parents send them went to scared to death that they're baby will be out in the real world. Yeah period colleges where you send your kids because Y- you're scared parent your your kids. You'RE GONNA make bad decisions. You know what I'm saying. It's a halfway house and guess what it's a very expensive one. It is very expensive. That's right and and so from where you came from a Nick Stream Lee expensive debts right and so unless you're getting a scholarship free ride totally. Yeah well unless you go medical school unless you're becoming an architect. Yeah I say savior dough invest that book in your rent. Chase your dream because if you're going to be out of the job. Market accumulating tremendous debt. It's way worse way worse debt. Then you would have been an if you're planning a couple of gigs in night. Yeah working a job. I mean. Think about the debt year. And then you don't understand it's crazy. It's absolutely crazy. The math doesn't add up for me now. If that adds up for someone else's parents you know blow you a kiss but it doesn't work for me. Yeah and I realized the fear of the folks was mostly just that they were afraid. I wouldn't have a backup plan. Okay but hold on till you you tell them this and like I imagine like from from what I've heard of the story. Your parents seem very blue collar. You College you go to College. You get a good job you get a good job. You got a good pension. You got a good pension. Your kids are at me fine like like. I could hear that you're telling your parents listen. I'm bailing out of this school. Which is by the way. Just so people know. It's not easy to get into the Berkeley College music. It's not you are now leaving this place. What is their response? Sure you should do this or this and that. I don't know if this is the right move. I should the scissor right move every year. I told them this very fundamentally I play music for living. Yeah Connie's go all play for live in. I want the world to hear but the problem is when you're trying to play music that the world's going to here and you know that there's a limited time when you can do that. Your youth is a window. That's always closing okay. And the fundamentals are that the market knows that so therefore the window of opportunity is always closing so the long ride delay to head to that window the more narrow that openings going to be and if I'm GonNa sit there and college wasting my youth at a competitive market to perform music. That's another two three. Four years of my youth were on marketable. But you had the wherewithal to see that like that is what you're saying is in periodically so correct. He had also very hard to grasp at nineteen years old. Yeah I think you're right but you know when you look at the success and and you're right I guess because but when you look at the success of what was happening with popular music you'd see you always see boy bands. Yeah you see You know child stars and things like that. And that's all over the radio and occasionally in anomaly breakthrough of an act that actually know plays arrangement. They can sing in the right songs. I knew I was not going to be in a boy band. That doesn't speak to me and I knew I was no longer thirteen here. I mean I didn't have staged parents and that type of thing. You know that kind of stuff never really appealed to me. It's not what I wanted. I wanted to make the kind of music I love listening to when I was growing up when I was a big billy Joel Fan. And you know Tom. Petty and Bob Seger and Beatles and Dino Mellencamp and you know Elton in Sam Cook and Marvin Gaye and you know musicians musicians musicians. That musicians look up to. Yeah you know and I but I also knew just to be realistic that no nobody was going to be interested in signing a fifty year. Old Musician you know. You gotta go in when you're when you're young enough because the audience that distinguishes listeners taste is always a younger audience to begin with and and so I knew I was already at a disadvantage because already nineteen and I thought that was too old in fact probably the most depressing day of my life was the dad turned twenty one. 'cause I thought that's it that didn't make yet and I'm already twenty one game over really. Yep So you turn twenty one. You're big hit comes at what year years later. I'm and I'll tell you what when I was nineteen. I told my folks I was leaving school and I was all upset. We had we had it out. You know my pops out of the car. We were crying. He sat up in New York Outside of Berkley. Outside my apartment okay. He says You're my hero. He said to me heavy. Yeah I said what he says to me. You're my hero. I said. Why would you say that he said heavy from Helen? He said do it. He said I never had the courage to doing doing. Yeah to go all in and I know you do thank you bake. Yeah and Because the thing that also is frustrating. Is that the most power that you need like. Is that the most wind in your sails that you can get your father's You follow telling you your is here. S by tremendous. I don't know if there's anything other than that like you said. I said well what happened. Yeah Your Dad saying that. You're my hero. Yeah that's like well I can. I can tackle man Everest now. You know that big yeah right well. This is the same guy that you know. Six years later I came off my i. It and I got out of the van exhausted jiving all night and I crawled out of the van and he'd been leaving gravel from the house and I went to give them a hug. I said dead at a game half a hug. He walked over me with a pickaxe. He gave half a hug. He said good to see you. Take this pickaxe and needed to dig a trench from that edge. The property line over there over that his father. I said that I'm jiving all night. He goes that's okay. Don't forget where you came from. I needed to dig a trench plant. Not Deep just jd. Just keep the rain off the house. What you'll be good you'll be done a few hours. Yeah during a meet and But that was my pops. Yeah you know so you know. That was years later. That was twenty.

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"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

11:58 min | 9 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"It's on with the flint from my back pocket. You know what I mean. It was just about being so alpha and so over the top. You know and we of which we've all seen that guy walk into the club. Yeah we'll kind of right and we've also always we've all been that person who's felt real good work really good exactly you walk in like Ham. I feel really could tonight mail on. You know what I'm saying like I'm here with the right people for this place. And he don't mean like dude. Got My back in robot you know what I mean. I know the bartender like it was like yeah really good at here right. You know what I mean that that environment and so you write a song about that type of thing and and and that's an expression of yourself. That's an element of who you are as an artist knowing that you're held accountable for what you're putting out you know that sometimes it's going to be some sort of flack for that too. You know what I mean like. Oh we liked it better when you were saying about. You weren't sure if he fit in place and then the next song is yeah. I misplaced so so as an artist you you you keep that in. Mind too but for me. I think it's important to express all those elements of yourself because that's who I am. Yeah you know and I think that's who all of us are the show. I don't know if anyone told you but the show is an origin story. Show this one I'm obsessed with how people got where they are. So I WANNA get into that. Like who's been very interesting to hear a little bit of that actually kind of like one dive back in at the end But I wanNA know where you came from. Yeah okay coup Okay here's where I came from. Have you ever seen the movie dirty dancing? Yes you know what's funny? My fiance was in the movie. Dirty dancing the the second iteration. You're kidding me. Not what was it called still dirty dirty dirty dancing after Benson? That's actually amazing world. So so the movie. Dirty dancing was fundamentally based on an area of upstate. New York Okay K. During very specific era in American history used to be referred to as the Borscht belt the catskill mountains region was a place where a lot of people from New York City would go during the summertimes to get. Outta the heat to get a little breather. Yep Be in the in the mountains get nice beautiful perfect climate summers and prior to Las Vegas. It was the most popular place for performers to go up and perform. She had everybody performing up there during the summertime. So in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties. The heyday of it. You'd see you know Sinatra up there and you know Sammy Davis Junior and Sam Cook and you name it right so my great granddad was a dance instructor at MCI at a hotel up there. Because that's what that was the Mecca of it right and he would make his kids. Give dance lessons to the guests to rights. Who is very much like dirty dancing? Okay I've got these great pictures of my great grand. I would like Sam Cooke and Ella Fitzgerald you know from the era well. The economy died up there over time whether it was bad politics. Or you know air conditioning. Becoming more normal or air travel becoming more affordable right. Yeah whatever it would be and Over time the state of New York and the building prisons upstate New York to you know help the local economy so I ended up growing up in the prison town era of the dirty dancing area so most of the hotels were closed down or closing down and the area was really Say depressed that's just say think that's the term right the politically correct term for poor and Ultimately even though my pops was you know really a musician and my mom was a musician. That's what they were at heart and they had played music and stuff like that ultimately you know had to get you know everybody got real normal jobs. My Dad ended up working for the state of New York and worked at a Maxi Max prison so my hometown had three prison. Senate and Small town you know. I mean I graduated with eighty people so you can imagine. It was like a good part of the local economy. She going to school whether you knew it or not at the time. You essentially are going to school with definitely. They were definitely inmates. Kids and officers kids growing up together though was certainly part of the of the local community. You know wasn't something we thought about really as children but now that I think back on a relaxed that was part of it mixed in with whoever was left over from the old school era of people who vacationed up there and probably fell in love with the mountains and decided. Let's move to the mountains of New York and this and that you know so it's old money a little bit of that. Maybe a little old money. Maybe it's cloudy. And then people who are dealing with the convicts. Yes yeah and mixed in with some you know town jobs town jobs you know mostly mostly whatever jobs kinda came through the through local government or state government. You know what I mean. They had a good portion of that school On the free lunch program. You know Like right now if you looked at my hometown. Probably seventy percent of that school's probably on free large program you know be probably my guess. Yeah but That's that's the town you know so it was one of those places where you know we. We saw the trajectory. I think years ago where it was headed only because we knew what it was compared to prior to that. We're like oh so it used to be really really nice up here in thriving you know and every time I dad you know what dropped me off the school you know like if I missed the bus or something. They got used to be so packed around here. Man Used to be girls walking up and down this road all the best so it was the name of this town this calls Burke Okay Falls Berg New York and the town. I grew up in a hamlet of the town of faulty records. South Falls Burke. There was no north West or east falls group but there was a South Fourth Burqa falled. Ruse made up of a bunch of other. Hamlets Hurley. Bill would burn woodridge bound Dale Gavlak shelter and had this really checkered Sort of Story on top of that about twenty five thirty minutes away is where the original Woodstock Festival happened and so which was actually a town called Bethel New York never actually happened in the town of Woodstock lot of people. Don't know that as far you snobby artists out there who's GonNa Police Woodstock Woodstock really never happen there. So you know it happened in Bethel guys sorry to break it to you and You know what I'm saying. Anime cool little town but you know it never happened in your down You know and so I grew up here and all the stories about Woodstock and you know my dad and my mother Woodstock together my dad. Was this draft papers for Vietnam and his back pocket you know. And he didn't WanNa go to war and this and that you know is the era so but it was always so there was that undertone of woodstock happened near here And all the entertainment used to be around here but we're kinda growing up in this really economically stressed out tough place to live. The weather always looks like after. Summer's over is it gets real up there. Yeah you know what I mean. And it's like everybody had a plow truck. You know my father would make me go. Snow Shovel might our driveway. Then I have to go snow shovel my other neighbor and then I'll have to snow shovel my other neighbor. I remember. He made me go do that right before a basketball game. I had a scrimmage. He goes so shovel out our cars. Then go do EFI now go do happy and I did. I went to a ballgame the Basketball Philip away at eight hundred pounds. Couldn't even hold it in my hands. I was like I'm out of here the me out of here. You know what I mean. But that was the town you know like everybody had like a plow truck or getting their driveway plowed you know it was like go. Dig It out man. And that's just how he grew up and And so I. I just think that that environment though I think was very helpful in what way because my father I remember. I told him I was going to play music for living He said He said he said good. I think you should do that. But just say no. You're not going to be some lazy ass artists. Yeah you know you're going to work for you at work everybody is. How are you going to do it? I want you think you're she'd be like some kind of in bum. Yeah you know what I mean he said you gotTa go and you've got to work for and you got to work harder than everybody working like. It's a normal job and you really need it because you do because we don't have money. Yeah you know what I mean. Yeah and so and so all that stuff kind of added up for me. I remember when I was about at nine thousand nine hundred eighteen or nineteen years old. Who went down with local garage as we live? Seven tenths of a mile from main street and Cars getting work done and You know we never had any money man. I remember going to the local. Lumber yard falls through lumber I remember when the gowd May of my dad but hey what do I owe you BECO- at such and such I remember. I remember being at that age where I was tall enough to see into my father's wallet but not by much. Yeah I remember. He was set number again and opened up his wallet and he looking at Wallet but he was counting bills. Yeah but there weren't any And I remember seeing in there and I remember thinking we're broke And my father would lean bacne say manage. Don't have that much that much on me right now. Can I pay next? You know next time I see. Oh Yeah Yeah no problem. No problem or this guy. Stevie Levin lived up the road. Yeah no problem. No problem on a lumber yard and I remember one day. We go pick up the car from a local garage. Downtown Frankie shred was his name. Great Guy and My father stops Staus by payoff repair on the car. You know and We leave the garage and we're headed up to his parents. At my parents house. They live about a mile from the garage with about seven tenths of a mile from town. So you know. I grew up near the parents. Neither grandparents I loved the seven tenths of a mile. Though by the way it's so.

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"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

16:55 min | 9 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Bloomberg. Twenty twenty all right welcome back to the wells cast. They're excited about today's. We have gathered gras on the show. You speak now. It's up. Well how are you buddy? Thanks for letting me Chit Chat with. You can talk now you see. Yeah how many kids do you think that you have created not with your own Weiner? But through the Majesty of Song. Not as much as alcohol has done well but hold on alcohol probably is multiplied the earth much more than any given to grow song ever could but I also feel like alcohol and Gavin Gras coming together is a beautiful thing and it's made a lot of terrible kits for his off looking yes. I'm pretty aggravated teachers out there. Probably FROM THAT COMBO. Yeah vicious you did it thank you you made it. I wrote I wrote it for that. Yeah that exact intention wrote what Music chain dead people would procreate and perhaps raise little little hell demons hopefully not healthy. I want to get in your backstory but like yeah. Are you ever write songs? And you're like people are going to definitely have sex to this. You know what's so weird typically that so far removed from my thought. I found that by writing songs. That were Sultry and an emotional and I wouldn't call them necessarily spiritual but but certainly some element of of spirituality that it creates a different sort of listening experience. Yeah I think for people depending upon the songs that you hear that aren't necessarily about A person but there are about feeling yeah and I think sometimes when you when you write music or play music that is about feeling and sensation Can it can create maybe more of that. That mood Without necessarily being really hitting that nail on the head of the Saugus sexy song in order I think songs are sexier when they're when they're not necessarily being so directly about sexuality. I think songs that are about Homo. Emotional connection and In a little bit more Lofty ideas and thoughts are really just so much more sort of accidentally Sexy and sultry and I think those are the songs that are the biggest turn on as a as a listener at least at least for me yeah So some of the music I think was interpreted as being sexy when I when I didn't write it as anything sexy at to be totally honest with you. I think I find funny because like there are different types of art right like if you make a movie about die hard. Then it's about diehard about you know a guy trying to save a building or whatever depending upon the architect he must save a building. You got to save the building. I M Pei gotta say that one but for but for like musicians. It's so personal with the listener because you can write a song that could be about one thing and then a listener can hear it and it could be completely different for them a hundred percent. I remember so I come from a radio background and I was interviewing ban called J. Who has a song called Matilda? Which is my grandmother's name. So I went to him now. It's like Oh my God. Do you guys wrote a song called Matilda I. That's my grandmother's name. I plead that my grandmother's funeral. It means so much to me and they were like. Oh Yeah. That's about the movie the professional which is about like a a hit man. You know that movie. It's a great movie but it has nothing to do with like performance in that movie is amazed diverted but also like has nothing to do with like how wonderful my grandmother is sure. But that's the problem that you run into right like you can be writing things that mean one thing to you and then you have people come up to you and your lying all my God. That thing meant so much to be in New Orleans. That's not even close talking about one hundred percent. Yeah but I also think that that's perfectly accurate but at the same time I think sometimes Actually often I'll write songs that are designed to be interpreted many ways You write it intentionally. Be Safe to be interpreted at least two ways or I'm sorry but we're trying to do is cut. Oh my God you're GonNa be okay. Just just get it out. I love the opportunity to correct user. Change She's crying a little bit listening to some of his. Is that why you're crying? She was like this is such bullshit it makes you sneeze Are you good now or do you need some time to open a window? Would you like ship of water? You want some bud light. Do you want some of Chris? Hairston Seagram escaped tropical Rosa available at all hardware stores. Nationwide every ace hardware. It'd be funny. If he designed to drink you're like this is going global. The only place sound hardware. He's GonNa be drinking out of. Ace Matt the Seltzer depots. Got that good. Should be good. If you don't mind go pick me up. A two by four and some some delicious Seltzer. Adhesive Drywall celts. The fact that I got Gavin. Did this tickled makes me feel really funny. We'll get back to hardware stores. I've forgot but it was very important. Yeah we were talking about how people perceive songs differently than yes. Okay so Tau Artworks COMP- completely. So so yes they do. They they really do. And but here's the thing when you writing the song you're hoping that at least I am. I'm hoping that people will have very personal connection with the song. Somehow there's different ways to go about writing songs right. You can write songs hoping that they'll hear your story Can write songs hoping to speak for their story and and you can also write songs that are so specifically your story that you don't care if they share your story with you you can do that. Approach like you're writing song. You may write a song thinking. Oh this is something. I'm sure they can relate to. Yeah about me for writing on that you think they can relate to about themselves or you're reading some of it so you that they just want a window into your story to know more about your life. Yeah Right. That's like that's like the Woody Allen Approach Right. You're right so specifically your local vibe. That people are like. Wow what's that's what it's like to be a New Yorker in that neighborhood. You know what I mean. It's still woody Allen you know yeah so so I write from different from different angles but depending on the song writing very specifically use. Sometimes you're writing something a little more the`real sometimes you're writing hoping that you're representing them because maybe you've got a few friends who are going through something that similar like you know. You got to three buddies going through something similar at the time to each other. You know what I got her. I saw about this guy like two three people in my life going through this kind of you know I should write something about that but then of course some real come up to you and say okay. I heard that song. Whatever that saw may be and One day I wrote the song about this this woman and came to me and they said to me. Wow your song. Insert the name here. The way you're talking to God and my Denna fine with that relationship with God and it's so intimate I too have felt that way and I I said to them said you know I'm really happy. You're telling me that because I up until now that song was only between me and someone but you make me feel like messages much bigger than I had even thought thought of I couldn't i. I wasn't thinking that big at that time. Yeah but from that point on the song took on a larger meaning to me Ironically and it was the first time and the only time our song interpreted in a way that made the song more meaningful to me than when I had written it for myself. Yes so that that thing re identified itself to you. What percent do you have a fan thinking bigger about the song than I had? Yeah you know what I mean. There's a bigger picture and heavy. I played how that's how parents feel about you a lot like they think so much bigger of you than you do. And then they'll talk to you and you'd be like Oh. Yeah that's you're right. That's what I was thinking I guess my next question is of the three modes of transportation in terms of songwriting. Do you have a favorite Writing a song for a thing that you're seeing outside of Your friend group. Whatever a thing that's happening to you personally or a message that you wanted to portray or of those three of those three things that you kind of mentioned. Do you have a preferred method of writing for me? I like to write about. I try to find something that allows me to really identify myself. And then the tune First Person Yeah and then Be Very specific and highly ambiguous at the same time so that they can interpret it or misinterpreted. Yeah for their own life Specific in general. It's very peculiar way to go back. I guess it'd be a hard tight rope to walk too tough one. You know I don't want to just every time. Just tell a story. Yeah Tom Walk to the store. The store was closed so then he went to the park. That's where he met a lady name. I don't really do that. Type OF SAMBRE ACE hardware. And that's where he the Seltzer exactly so anyway. I like to blend a lot of things because I grew up in a very religious household I like to to allude to something that isn't necessarily just me and her but rather something me and and this like God thing. Yeah you know but that doesn't have to be interpreted as a god thing could be relationship with with a human or with something bigger than us as a species you know. Yeah and and and Oftentimes like to leave out the love interest element of things. I just try to create a relationship. Element OF THINKS. See rather than just being interpersonal. It can be you know looking for something that's grander Than just you on your own. So could be. It's not necessarily religious Shirley just personal. It could be one of those things. It's just something that's about about a meaning of having a relationship something that means a lot to you and that could be interpreted as a woman your love with a partner or something bigger than us as human race and so it may sound silly. I think but Some songs I take that I take that approach also. I like to read a lot of identity song because I like to write songs at Point out failure or Point out where I lack but also point out that there's there are other things out there or someone else out there that makes up for where I you know m Where I fall short. Yeah and and I think that we all fall short somewhere and songwriter. I don't think it's necessary to just paint yourself out to be triumphant about every element of your life simply disingenuous. So a lot of people can identify with the reality of needing help or needing someone else or or at least appreciating help from someone else or interest from someone else who wants to be in your life to take you to another level in your life and your whether it be in your love. Life for your spirituality or or or or you level of success or failure or at least looking past your failures to find the part of you that they think is special. That doesn't matter if you're if you're doing well or not they. They're proud of you for even make the attempt so. I do not take a lot of different approaches with with songwriting. I think it's important to explore a lot of those this parts of of yourself as a as a songwriter and also to expose your vulnerabilities as rider Yet at the same time to not be afraid of your alter egos as a songwriter Because we all have alter egos and so I'll also point out that as a songwriter when you're also the artist and the songwriter. Oftentimes you're held accountable for whatever the material is that you're writing or whatever materials that you're playing so if I wrote a song about an alter ego right Sometimes you worried as the writer of the artist to be held accountable for the material. If it doesn't suit the other material that they'd heard I right so for example if I write a song about my humility or my weakness on earlier record and then two or three records later I read a song about. My confidence may say will elected better when you're humble but you're saying you're still humble you just expressing a moment of confidence in this other tune just to celebrate things being good for you Your life going well and so you know. For example. I wrote a song called leading man you know. I wanted to write a song that made people feel like you know like the head swagger in a and you know as open line was like a walking like a fistful about a rockets..

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"gavin i" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw

How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw

03:02 min | 11 months ago

"gavin i" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw

"All the all right. Chris my opportunity Win I hate reading in public. How do you like like your eggs frozen? Sorry that's for you Gavin. You're running out to get US breakfast. GOT ANYBODY WANNA I. Answer this for me Let me ask Brooks how do you like your eggs. Traditionally scrambled but like the last two months of switched to easy over because I rambled my entire life. It's on Oh my I just want to try and you're like I'm GONNA get crazy. Yeah going wild with some easy overs. Is it because you like your wrist hurt over easily over easy for easy over into do it and I don't I don't cook over. Sounds like some some fishing gear like fly-fishing Pants and I. I don't think I can cook them that way. That's why I just scrambled eggs. Because I'm not a very cook and I'm not a good customer. I had some scrambled eggs today But when I eat it like a restaurant yeah I want to ease over easy overseas. I go scramble if I'm in a short if I don't have much time if I have time I go poached. I love poached eggs and I like cooking. There's a whole science to you got to be in the water. You gotTA throw a little vinegar in there and then you gotTa Watch them and time it and Hokum and Zora science looking forward to Brunch and science didn't school it's a very Bucci answer. I'd like my eggs over medium. A very specific did you say rick's As was boozy the same guy. That said one hundred grand isn't a lot guys. I like my eggs poached but I mean those are all pretty fundamental answers. Does anybody here not prefer like waivers Ranchera because those are pretty damn good okay. Yeah but it didn't make breakfast and said okay. You're right bricks got a question okay. San Everybody kept it real simple question about eggs. I wasn't gonNA go super deep on it next question. How happy are you on a scale of one to ten and one reason why are you are why you are where you are on the scale? How happy are you on a scale of one to ten go? Rick I mean this second. Let's see happy. Actually you know what going into this year. I've been really happy I've been. I've probably give myself about a seven. Okay here's here's a rule for this. You cannot on a one to ten scale. There's a rule for anything on a one to ten. You can't pick a seven because six is like everybody goes seven. It's the same way six is like I'm not doing so good eight. I'm doing really good the safe spot the safe play. The Vanilla play is a seven seven's or out you cannot pick seven so on a scale from through ten yes come on no sevens rick That makes that makes eight the new seven. I found it interesting that he said I'm I've I've been really happy. A seven like seven doesn't sound ten ten is like I mean I don't know I don't know screw Brooks Brooks..

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"gavin i" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"gavin i" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"I'm going to say the jerk off one is gavin oh that's convenient because i think the vomit one is gavin barbara don't come and get the point that was gavin explain explain the same outcome one of them's illegal the result of active in one is passive can't believe that there would be a law about that i thought we lived in i'm just guessing like small government state they don't eat them regulating my life don't even know how you a dog do you do you help it get to read rocket or do you help it once red rocket have a dog i don't really know how any of that would have your candidate for a retraction whenever you on it i'm curious that's all i'm just saying what everyone's thinking here's what i'm learning the end result is the same i'm learning that gavin has had dogs hump his leg to completion i see if you don't kick them off that's what they do they'll finish yeah don't they finish gavin has anyone how to finish on that legs leaves you don't have to answer that you paid to be here you don't have to answer that normal you'll even get like a joe ken raise was this guy put his thumbs up i think it was i'm not sure it was something is this the proudest moment of your life right now waiver what was it any different to when you joked off the doc dock.

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