19 Burst results for "Glen Campbell"
The Singing Snowplow Driver Of Bozeman, Montana
"Driving a snow plow in Montana has given Justin Hordak lots to sing about Yellowstone public radio is Rachel Kramer introduces us I am a plow gone for the count she had a large rock look he removes searching through the call for another role with snow corks YouTube video county plow guy racked up more than nine thousand views in just a couple of weeks and now a local radio stations are airing it one of them even once in to re record in a studio and add some instrumentals I just have been so maze with response you know I I made it as a joke just for myself and maybe a few my co workers and just exploded I think people like to see a normal guy go out there and do something different correct plows roads for doubting county his lyrics to county plow guy which are set to the tune of Glen Campbell's Wichita lineman are a friendly reminder to drivers to be courteous and slow down I see you giving me the listing I see you texting and wrong being and when this slide off the road cool and they break all this the phone also includes warnings about tailgating and trying to pass snow plows it's a light hearted plea but work takes music seriously he focused on vocals in college and wrote the piano music for his own wedding right now he sings in Bozeman symphonic and chamber choirs and has had several parts in the intermountain opera which he says he spends about six months preparing for music has always been a huge huge part of my life people have different ways they they use it but everybody uses it in some sort of personal way to them everybody has like a favorite song that means a lot to them at all brighten their day her ex says he probably won't release another song for a while right now he's busy preparing to audition for another operetta marriage of
"glen campbell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Family of Glen Campbell keeping his memory alive we're back with squire Russian always book god wink Christmas stories that he wrote with his wife Louise do art and we're talking about divine alignment their squire let's let you get back into that well thank you or defined alignments it goes hand in hand with god links and because we've all had these kinds of god way we happen to be at the right place at exactly the right moment for us to encounter a person or an event that changes the course of our life or changes the course of our thinking changes our lives all together and divine alignment is so amazing that happens all the time and we she shrugged it off but we never stopped to think what caused us to be at that moment what caused that person to be there at that moment not five minutes before and not three minutes later but at that exact moment for her to walk into the room and for you to be there and for you to fall in love with her or him find a job or get the half way to the new career or whatever and if we go back and look at ourselves through an archaeological dig into our own past we will see that we've had divine alignment at every moment and if you connect the dots from one to another everyone of those dots that secondly something amazing happened.
"glen campbell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Cry GS cried more this week than in the entire forty years. I can ever remember being married to her. She cried about Glen Campbell. She cried at the at the movie, the movie, whatever the movie about Glen Campbell. Life is she cried at the breakfast for champions. She cried at the celebration with strip livestream. She cried. And what was the second movie you were crying about it wasn't? It was Special Olympics was pretty special. Yes. And then the gun Campbell music movie is I'll be me Glen Campbell. I'll be me his journey through his last year after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's, okay? And then the other thing was just. The livestream fortieth celebration yesterday. Yeah. Started. He just couldn't stop. Okay. So here's the here's what we're gonna do. We're going to have you. Call Jennifer one triple eight seven six seven forty three forty eight tell her a happy story or tell her a joke, and then ask her about the project you're trying to tackle in about around your household gas or cabinet. She'll get your name where you're calling from what you're trying to get done, and we will Roman. I will put our building and remodeling experienced to work just specifically for you. Now. In the meantime, I've got a couple of little notes I wanna do on some catching up here. Down in Tucson last week for the SABA home show, which again was a great home show..
Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star smashed yet again
"The poll, question, what are the results, would you ever vote for a socialist No and? It's more because I? Just think someone who's believes in socialism Hasn't really thought. It. Through very well so is probably not smart enough to represent me Wallet that's my role when it comes to. The minimum wage if a person thinks that raising the, minimum wage. Is a good idea they're not smart enough. To. Be, in office a, ninety six percents they know they'd never vote for a socialist okay now as you know Donald. Trump's, star on, the Hollywood walk of fame or whatever they call it was, smashed yet again, this week it's the at least the second time it's happened and he's he has a, he has, a star very close to Kevin Spacey, who's a well known accused molester. Gigi Gigi goo, but nobody ever touches Kevin Spacey, star but they go after Donald Trump's so they interviewed. I don't know who interviewed him but the guy Hansie. TMZ the guy turned himself in he's, he smashed at at three thirty. In the morning I don't know if cocktails, were involved but that would. Be my suspicion, and he called up the cops and. Said I'll be waiting for you they arrested him And so then he went and he. Gave. An, interview to TMZ, and here is name is Austin clay not to be confused with Austin powers or Henry clay. Go, ahead I, just felt really passionate because of what happens with the immigrants, and stripping children, away from the with the emigrants is he taught was this a protest of all the, illegal aliens, here in Massachusetts stealing all the all, the welfare benefits while they were. Dealing cocaine and, heroin your parents and that just, sort of set me off and for a while I. Kind of distance myself from politics and when I came. Back when I of came back into, politics the next started paying attention. Again to all of this going on it, just kind of let something. Off inside me Something else man But I think of the SARS and the people that you looked out on when you're going through there, that you should you should feel inspired, by, Kevin Spacey, man Bill Cosby I think Bill Cosby stars Yeah like how about Harvey Weinstein I'll bet, he's gotta start to man. Like he's, he's he's very attractive man you know like we used three hundred pounds like and take showers and wraps himself around in a bathrobe before. He, invites in sixteen year old girls now there's a man who we should all like look up to totally like, these are people, who fought against powder cultural visionaries artists or really people. Who pushed us in a positive direction I think Donald Trump represents everything that everybody with half a brain and half, a heart in, this, country presents. No like full employment man And like, getting people off welfare And, like get rid of ISIS man you know the, ones that kill kill gay people but it's okay to kill gay people over there because like, it's it's part of their culture man And so that's why I did, it Robert deniro left me a voice message to give me a high five Chelsea Chandler Chelsea, handler Sorry Chelsea Chelsea, Chandler I like her even. More than Chelsea handler I got I got a phone message from Glen Campbell I know he's, dead man, but he still called me I don't. Know how he got my number because I thought he had Alzheimer's before, he, died, but I By, the way Coquette straws legal for me now that I've vandalize the Donald Trump star Yeah I think I did a real like, like you'll get. Acts I don't feel resentful I feel I feel, proud of myself The thing that. Was difficult is I have never seen let alone picked up an, axe. Man wasn't sure which. Is and you're supposed to use dude So there it is there's your social Justice. Warrior for the day eight four four five hundred forty two, forty two so let's let's have A guy named Ian Bremmer he's a lefty and, but he's he's he's speaking the truth he. Won't be back on CNN this was. His last appearance on CNN cutthroat aggressive for. The mill but you. Asked me about the big picture so you really want, the, big picture this has been a. Good week for Trump You're fired get outta here they're, going to give them the Kirk Kurt Schlichter. Bum rush right off right off of. CNN that's all we needed to know pal CLA Scar rove I'm Howie. Carr.
"glen campbell" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"To meet them later you know the when i played in those hollywood celebrity they had games they used to play dodger stadium they were hard ball games i mean and they would have the actors play against the the sports writers and the sportscasters and i played a few of those games so that was fun so did you strike out jim murray outfield okay i'm going to tell you three things very quickly sure because this is like the greatest thing that ever happened in my entire life it's a lotta great wings no no no no the the movies compared to what i'm gonna tell you okay in one game i'm playing left field don newcombe is pitching for our team okay we're winning one nothing or yeah i think it was one nothing and it was a man on second base there were two outs and the guy gets a base hit to left field and the guys rounding third coming home right and i on cork is forty eight thousand people i on coca throw which glen campbell playing third base right to cut off and i had the guy any such a bad player that he missed the ball it went right through to max baer junior from the beverly hillbillies catches the ball puts the tag on them and he's out and we're wearing off the field and nukem turns to me says thanks for saving my shutout thank god the rhinestone cowboy corner and one time red adams was pitching for the other team and i hit a ball went it hit the three i guess a three seventy five signed you know in left center field and it like it right at the base of the why it wasn't like even closer but another ten feet and i dreamt about that for years i still have a once in a while ooh ten feet i would've rob reiner rich eisen show we'll take a sixty second break comeback talk shock and awe wrote pursue some other parts of your career i always love our chats rob reiner here we're back in sixty seconds here quarterfinals match between brazil and belgium is underway.
"glen campbell" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"All right all the way to reno this is the second single sonically i really like this i mean it's like a cross between you have these sort of like western guitar licks glen campbell it's glen campbell like i love glen campbell and it's like a jimmy webb glen campbell kind of thing but with done with the modern production modern at the time of madonna's ray of light which doesn't sound dated really to me even still in the way that some stuff does and you have like michael sipe crooning over the whole records sort of like not not like allowing her but it's almost like bird bac yeah i feel the whole thing lot of the record has a bit of that in bac beach boys glen campbell these are all things that i love and but still feels moderns in here's the bridge the writing bridges again where they not writing bridges before listen up i mean this is like ham trying to get to the river kwai over here come on a bridge that's a good joke right yeah solid disagree obviously because you're like grim assists this almost five minutes on i i don't love this song you don't i don't wow you don't think it should have been a single no so when it was chosen as a single no i do think because it's it's really catches duck in your head i like the way it sounds i like it's honestly as well i love those like traveling will burris acoustic guitars like this the using along in the verses the first thing that kind of has guitar feature very heavily i love the the glen campbell but you don't like it so this very catchy you love the the sound of it yeah and you don't like it i don't know it the subject matters of the lyrics i think it's the the maybe the the chorus look i you're gonna be all star i don't know i was just like i think when it came out i thought it was good and and everything i just i don't know stomach always liked it yeah all right well this is interesting we are splitting on how much we like things that is not a an rem song i thought you would really got four now i you know what i tell you the the whole have you heard glen campbell's one of his most recent records all the covers like it sorta reminds me of this yeah the one where he does like the tom petty cover and the foo fighters cover and like oh they're so good i really liked the travis cover eater yes it's saying should be here a little bit of that all right i all find it it's on the it's you know what you have on here oh yeah it's on here are these artists flattered when you choose them to be on your ipod notify all of them as a you have been chosen as one of the twenty five thousand songs as at least one okay so let's split decision with decision on all the way to reno put i have to know that what this point yeah the first time you hear this great beyond hinted at this i think when we talked in the last episode about great beyond you didn't like it that much but great beyond hinted at this direction what do you how are you feeling when you hear these three songs the first time you hear it i'm excited because it's rem record and i do like naturally know that i do like the the electron ick direction i thought it was call this kind of sounds to me not to interrupt what you think about it but it's.
"glen campbell" Discussed on Bobbycast
"About the seventies the eagles were probably more country than some country artists time glen campbell was doing some pretty slick sounding pop songs you know so i think that sometimes people you hear this thing out radio music gives it used to be or countries not country anymore there's plenty of traditional country music on country radio right now and there's all kinds of really cool stuff happening you just kind of have to listen and be a little bit open minded i feel like if people ever stop saying that something sucks that's the death of that something because it's not moving forward right just in my experience in talking with artists and producers and i used the garth reference a lot in this subject because that's the one everyone will resonate to garth brooks garth brooks and i've sat with garth and he says man when i came down i wasn't country to anyone and to think that garth brooks was told you're not country because he's the standard now it's okay let's hear because we go nineties country anyone that's from forty eight to thirty one kind of goes this is what country young young when we were kids and so 'cause born nineteen eighties so the nineties countries big deal for me and so i wasn't country people hate it and they said you're not country so that's that's happened every generation something absolutely you know from the guards to the even before we got like urban cowboy jeff the cowboy that crossover to pop sure and so if there's ever a format that goes oh we're just oh it's still good that means doesn't move right and that's the death of it it's kinda like indie rock right like if if something gets to commercial there's a fan base that's off of it and i think every john lewis kinda got that i mean you know urban music cut the same thing where there's certain rappers that are not really respected by the hip hop community because it's too commercial too yachties ours everybody hates low yati.
"glen campbell" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Right i'm so scared i kiss follow does this meet the right here welcome back the outdoors it outdoors dan who's that glen campbell are we just talking about that the other day jake said a left emi tom's that arise we were okay what all right there is a big suare coming up it's called reeling in a vet and ranger tim sent me this i got a text message here i wanna make sure i'm reading this right so isn't it's a fishing expo and come is coming along we have volunteers to purple heart awardees son of a fallen comrade and a few walleye pros coming we still have a few slots open if you could push this i'd appreciate it so i i will tim you didn't tell me what it is though all right here's the deal if you wanna go check out a reeling in a vet i don't know the date ranger tim who was in the guard because they were doing drill you can go i'm gonna give you an email and a phone number and anything for vets right so reeling in event you can call five one five six three five four one six eight that's five one five six three five four one six eight.
"glen campbell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It was a very big and he was the entertainment following dinner after dinner the gentleman went to the smoking room for cigars and the ladies went to the washroom to freshen up make up and and we enjoyed glen campbell and the mc was richard nixon and i'll never forget ladies and gentleman glen campbell but he did sit at the table at my table bob dole was at my table and glen campbell and you know as we talked about our backgrounds on farms and all that sort of thing because he grew up on a farm spent his boyhood 'uniform so anyway at the end of the dinner before you went to do entertainment we also discovered we were staying at the same hotel they hay adams hotel right across the street from the white house and he said well look when the show is over one inch you give me a call and come to my room and we'll visit and so the turned out to be that way we did i probably spend an hour and a half in blend gambled through that with other people and we compared notes he's sitting in his bathrobe and of course i'm still wearing the suit from the dinner i'll never forget the night because we we really had paid visits i only met him on one occasion and they could not have been a nicer guy i'm glad to hear that store phones then oriented a selfie campbell itself fees were then someone would take a picture of the two of you it would then be taken to someplace to develop it in a week and a half later you'd know if it was out of focus and we'd take it with a brownie camera right there'd be some guy get under a black curtain take the flashbulbs go off in blind everybody in the room.
"glen campbell" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Yeah midnight when you know glen campbell bass players other band is planning gig it is an amazing thing to be kidman had all right i'm going to start the actual show now so wiley men before we met i was a huge fan in meyer viewers and your entire approach to food and i'm not gonna use the dreaded mg to talk about what i am going to talk about because i who cares but what is really fascinating to me and i always noticed was it seems to me that your whole career is marked by your curiosity like you notice a question hasn't been asked then you ask it that you really chase down the answer and i'm wondering if you remember noticing this was something different about you and you're young i don't necessarily have that type of memory but i have memories of being young and being encouraged by my parents to ask questions this is what i wanna know i i remember clearly my parents telling me that it's okay to wonder it's okay to be curious my parents were both and are both very interesting and interested people you know my yearbook you know you you take out in your your senior yearbook you know you have the opportunity for your parents to take an ad out right in the back because you need money and my parents took out a pays my parents were divorced but they each took out half a page and my mom cool mom that she will as knew that i was.
"glen campbell" Discussed on AM730
"Welcome back america glen campbell and youth so all necessary ended on his name to you by gay from now woo the laura all right i'll go back to the news on morning joe at this hour the pride of warren jfk congressman jim ryan always good to see tim good democrat wait we've got some friends at the democratic party on this program uh yesterday just be probably missed it if you were already at work the very last guest i talk to was senator john thune about the end game for the tax bill i want to play that so you can hear what the senator who is on the confrontation is the third ranking republican had to say here's john thune joined now by nights senator john thune congratulations senator through and i think you're very close to a breakthrough tax bill do you think it gets done today and voted on next week well thank you i hope i hope that the case we have uh you know we had to get the scoring and so were were meeting here in a few minutes to hear from uh kind of with the jcp joint committee on taxation numbers look like and then i think we have a final meeting with the house but i think we're were very close and the outlines of the bill you've seen um and i you know it's uh you you always like to um with pride of authorship think yours is the best product but when you merge the two together i think we've got something that's a really good for uh middle income families a really good for growth in the economy now the best must not be the enemy of the good and so i'm going to a plot in share this bill but i'm gonna take my five minutes with you to lobby un to areas where i think you've made a mistake um interest on corporate debt the duct deductibility i think it's going to crush some businesses that borrowed heavily to expand has any change been made to this well the the um basically the formula that allowed on interested act ability on the business side and we can't him again we came to merge the today house and senate versions we used up a factor that's based upon eib it there's is used uses eib at die and what it will be is four years.
"glen campbell" Discussed on KELO
"Glen campbell said on numerous occasions over the years that farm happy sublime ont fait obsessing in live a play and live like this didn't he didn't writers jimmy web is recording became the most played song of the last maloney wichita mine the county that song came out in 1968 he was the best selling artist you're outselling the beatles but it all began in 1930 six glen campbell was the seventh of 12 children born into a poor family in arkansas he was truly the seventh son of a seventh son his father's share corrupt dropped out of school when he was fourteen started playing the guitar for money with his uncle bars got got a little older to los angeles and by 1962 found a place in the wrecking peru a group of studio musicians he could be heard on nearly six hundred cuts including frank sinatra's strangers in the night the righteous brothers unchain mellon all the voith uh all the jan and then stuff a mob of bob of so many more this first major hit came a year before wichita lima no 1968 he hit the charged with violence meaning he had hit tv variety show start with john wayne in the film true grit the bibs families put up another fifteen hundred dollars for jaidee what are the terror just deliver jamie they don't care if he's alive career was up and down a lot of down couple of divorces substance abuse trouble with the law there was two thousand eleven though he was diagnosed with alzheimers announced he was retiring from the road cut one last album of original music ghost on the canvas from which the single a better place boom done at farewell tour with three of his kids in a backup band to accompany him on stage singing live claim live that's where he was the happens glen camp jim roope correspondent jim rupe that's it for this week westwood one used the weekend review is produced by david oziel i'm evan haning and this is westwood one news.
"glen campbell" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Posters popping up our flowers just give me a sense of the city that's where he passed away he had been he had been the in in a in a care home on there for some time to look like me yeah a country music is reacting in a big way i mean every artist he's coming out and responding you know from charlie daniels chris young and turks bentley and keith urban and and to hear all of these artists two day stay the you know glenn campbell teeth are useful one of the best that we have it can take a guitar and do the same thing t to leave the building while he standing on the stage and you've just watch an all what are you start taking your going into his his rhythm in here's is incredible talent it you just can't believe somebody can do that but a guitar and each per person per day glen campbell was he had it all he could doing uh he could play any and and most importantly he was one of the greatest gift chorus elber and that's coming from a guy who is so pallandt it it you would think that keep urban we'll be borne by the guitar and his hand and brad paisley and in all these amazing artist that we have look today who look up to glenn campbell empress back all it he has given down now you know he they are all coming up if he'd be the first to tell you that he made mistakes in life he got involved with drugs and alcohol and and and cheated on his wife he was honest about all of that and toward the end honest about as alzheimer's when he was playing a is sometimes you forget the words of forget the cords of stuff like that i guess the audience all just reembrace tim again after all that trouble he came out on top you know what uh and i'm glad you said that because that was the greatest thing about it and if you think about it is live really wise eightcountry saw w what in country music hasn't been written about when it comes to love or the cheating saw him to the drinking songs to the drugs or anything and that's what we as as wonderful fans of here's we accepted him for who he was and.
"glen campbell" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Entertainment attorney james hers an online james hirszon died commie also rights for news max good morning jim hey hey good morning brian how are you have doing well have got three things we here to try gadget if sneak in with you here we have squeeze a man limited time as always but talked about glen campbell way to talk to you by democrats seeking celebrities to run for political office it your top story james hers and then i have to ask about moliro bomb ed la la liu said that's a big tmz story so let's begin with glen campbell i mean jim you personally in the music business as a performer for many years before he became an entertainment attorney talked to us about how special glenn campbell was yeah i mean the king about glen campbell carso moti a gentleman a class act and we believe at work will come loved him but what they don't will day he will lurch you also get turquoise and ahead he never saying oh no glen campbell would have had a major career a issued a turk lewis part of those elite group obscurity of musicians called the rookie cool the he played it a car or going all the way back i mean he played guitar and frank sinatra recordings he deter on carpenters recordings use some of the most famous guitar work on the beach boys was glenn campbell horry ever it can't a singer and then of course you know when he he was magical glenn campbell the songwriter jimmy wet when she can give you know of it johnstone cowboy and a whole series of here and that's what he's still was he does known for amdo just inject or wonderful yemen being an incredibly shallow could beyond would would people normally associated with them what and and i know later in life he really he you know like so many musicians he had that rough patch of drugs and alcohol but once he sobered up he became extremely serious about his christian faith and it and then of course he gets the alzheimer's a few years ago but a remarkable man a remarkable career i bumped into him in reno i had a tv show many years ago it was an entertainment show late at night and he was one of our guests and you couldn't find a sweeter guy seriously just a real gentleman yes we.
"glen campbell" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Guy was really an anomaly and i think opened up probably for the kind of country that we see today you're in the industry you're successful in your great by the way were you influenced by him do you see the influence of a glen campbell throughout the entire industry now oh my gosh yeah i mean i think you insist it just as a national treasure us such a superstar in every way as an actor it's here i mean is it is unsure with my grandpa the neck music way yes sir and his it's funny my aunt mary's who has done ryan's dieter said he have a crash on him and her injury i am and i think actually that anti and they went somewhere and ankle at that tenant that hey my daughter really wants to me and said you wanna be in a movie let me and i think that's how it all happened in which john wayne walks up sixfootfourinch two hundred whatever pounds he was i figure glenn cable you sell meat whoever you want sir speaking of southern is he's taking it no just lyrically we put him in nice for tip at a hats and doug that's awesome i i think that's wonderful it's got to be widely released in september 25th make sure that you go and grab it just the i don't know how personal you can get into it but when you talk to actually about her.
"glen campbell" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lucky thing is he e cooks up with jimmy web who had always wanted to write for him and uh you know the beatles and all the stones and there was all this english stuff the very international sort of music and then a glen campbell and jimmy webb started writing the most american music comey was so middle american songs about uh the middle of the country by the time we get to phoenix galveston wichita linemen and uh this is a while back i ask glenn campbell about those type of songs kosice hang them with such feeling he understood those sons well listen to this bellamy issued vetted question for years all the great songs about cities you know was london by night april in paris soya and then all of a sudden it's about galves than in wichita right and it was phenomenal but how how did that all happened the ulsan we're singing about these smaller american cities i heard uh i thought get by the time i get the feeding on radio all by johnny river thing off a hit cut it hang a record up that have been recorded in the studio here it wasn't to be hit by river it was don't want it it it i did not i don't know if it was a bird come out you know the phoenix berg coming out of a fire or whatever here but it surely want under me i wish i got home sick i got mccaren robaka arkansas from la really and i and i cried when i heard asanka flat homesick huh and after this on and do that especially with john everything in it i said wow that that powerful or it's interesting so maybe when people heard it'd be so remanded to hear about london or paris but it didn't target your heart like phoenix with the some peop right exactly about obama make albuquerque i live in albuquerque o seven near hawr come out that the co uk by the time i get to phoenix lawn vivianne razzie yesterday uh i was amazing.
"glen campbell" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Barak's in the paris suburb of live i'll walk tara a the local mass saying the car was parked in an alley benedict eccelerated into the grief police say six soldiers were hate two of them are said to be seriously injured soldiers routinely patrol in paris as part of a state of emergency imposed after deadly islamist attacks two years ago dave simon president trump is wore north korea maverick any more threats say will remember where fire fury with north korea's as it studying aplenty hit guam with ballistic missiles the governor of guam eddie kalvode trying to calm worried residents have for threats of plans for an attack vowing the tiny island we'll be defended currently there is no threat to our island or the mary on us this is not the first time point yang has threatened guam but comes on the heels of troubling news at the rogue regime has developed a miniaturize nuclear warhead capable of fitting inside an icbm missile that's fox's griff jenkins the man on for suspected cop killer missouri ended last night thirty nine year old in mccarthy was picked up were told out trooper saw him walking along route you and seven highway in the town of uric we're told that he was injured and presumably injuries he sustained during his exchange of gunfire with officer michael sunday night mary boulevard four tv clinton officer gary michael will shot at a traffic stop musicians are mourning the loss of allegience glen campbell has died after career full of country and pop hits campbell was eighty one he had been suffering from alzheimer's disease fox news fair and balanced from the villa her wicked sure it's traffic center i'm chris addison here's a look at the roads all clear for the early wednesday morning no problems anywhere.
"glen campbell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Wichita alignment which jesus one of my all time favorite songs but time i get to phoenix beautiful orchestrating beautiful lyrics and melody's and glenn campbell was was a huge huge dr vicki was also in the original movie of true grit with john way and so he was a huge huge star lotta people don't know about glen campbell is that he was a an amazing musician who was a great guitar player he certainly had this persona is a nicer guy but he was a great musician he was a part of the socalled wrecking crew a group of la studio musicians who incredibly are weighed the background mute you know the the music that you heard for over a hundred and twentyfive numberone songs and the amount of songs in top songs is outrageous but there was this group of of really pro and great studio musicians that that got the the nickname the wrecking crew and they basically were the the recording banned for many of the the in quotes bans especially the '60s about dr done do a duck done yeah we're done duct down was more he i'm sure he i know if he was a part of the wreck grew he was he used to work with steve cooper and he was a part of the the stacks volt in a lot of the the memphis music okay and a lot of the blues affect duck done and steve cooper were part of the blues brothers band that john belushi inaccurate put together because they were so identified with the blues by.
"glen campbell" Discussed on 790 KABC
"What they wanted to do what they love doing i'll be worked extremely hard everyone always says they used to say to my acts what you get to be a major league baseball player and he'd say well somebody's got to do it but you know what when i think about the time put an and what all his friends were playing after school they're nintendo game he never did he played baseball and he would say until it got dark out and then he would run home and have dinner that's what he did and that's why those people that are that discipline at a young age they succeed your tommy lee and you're in a marching dan and other deeds are laughing you and you're like i don't care because i'm doing what i want to do and you become tommy leave motley crue it's this you have to have a constitution and a belief in your cells that starts and on the inside it's not something that people can say oh your talent to do it you could be the most talented person in the world naturally at something but if you don't work out it it doesn't matter and the only thing the public sees is they see them walking down the red carpet or they see them playing in the baseball stadium filled with sixty thousand people or they see them talked about on the news they don't see the many hours of hard work the grass into becoming don baylor or glen campbell ten thousand hours that malcolm gladwin iso era it's so so did you see this house that i were buying i don't know if anyone old you all the beverley hillbilly sows yeah adds the belair is the most expensive house in the country in the nation how we might have to sell the villa in france that before this red then it's only three hundred fifty million only well let me see how much change i have in my all thinking it was the echoes stone check from the formula one you know she's got bernie ecclestone as the two daughters and one of them lives here she by aaron spellings house she was 20 for one hundred million but it's not her that jed clampitt did well for himself this one is called shooting need some food the chart well as state and its owned by the u the head.