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"glenn fry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:55 min | 8 months ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The eagles are still on tour as of right now I haven't recently it was before Glenn fry passed but I didn't understand to see them in concert I've ever seen the eagles live absolutely three zero win a seat it was light by the time I saw on the crowd wasn't quite as enthusiastic or perhaps the fact in the seventies and eighties but easily one of my favorite bands I mean just the musicianship and that band I know via fantastic now all stage I've always heard that they don't really have the best relationship but you know what the songs onstage at work for the rest of it did pretty good when I was an early we don't have faith in many areas of life except for if you're performing I mean I guess you get through it for that but when it comes to quitting your job and not working anymore and finding out how you're going to pay yourself from the four oh one K.'s IRA's mutual funds ETFs pensions TSB's whatever it is you've done to save for retirement that's not something you can fake you've got to have somebody take all that stuff organize it guess what that is actually a portfolio already but you just have to get organized and figure out how that's going to happen and that's what we talk about here on the show when Michael what address something the motley fool recently acknowledge they said there's no single right way to plan for retirement but there's plenty of wrong ways to do it and one of them is forgetting about how taxes are going to affect your post career income here's the thing we just talked about how a portfolio is really an accumulation of all your stuff all the different ways that you saved yes I've always been told that taxes will be lower after quit working and I need that stuff to pay me I guess that's not the case no I really don't think it is and it's confusing and I think it's based on assumptions Christian you know and and assumptions can get us in trouble so I agree that there is no single right way to invest there's no there's no silver bullet investment that's just gonna solve your problems right wish nothing can possibly go wrong because we have things like market volatility so maybe we want to do more conservative investments but then with conservative investments maybe we have inflation problems and then we're talking about tax issues here so the assumption I think for most people that are gonna pay less taxes and retirement is that they're going to earn less in retirement which by the way I have to tell you a dad joke for my own dad you know how you spell assume I can't really say on the radio but it's in front of me so that's right and it was taken so for our listeners get it we get it we all know we're talking about but that's why you can't assume you really can't so the scenarios and people I think we're busy Kristin I think we're busy with our ordinary lives meaning I go to work I pay my mortgage I do this it is that person my mortgage is paid off pretty soon I'm looking at retirement and all I was making that assumption that my income would be less in retirement but then I start doing the math on where my money's coming from and retirement and are and I've got so security check maybe have a pension check that I've got this portfolio you know maybe a four oh one K. four oh three B. maybe a higher a joint account what have you okay that's that's earning money then maybe I even got in her tents on top of that I mean all the things you start adding them up the taxes start to add up so I talk to people week after week that are making more money in retirement than they were making when they were working wow and again they made that assumption because they're not getting that check from the employer every single week or two weeks or monthly that their incomes going to be lower in and often times it's not and then the other consideration of thing we have to be very very aware of is the way that that money is taxed so in all the plane that we do Kristen we're very aware that there's different types of money so the money that's in your we call it qualified assets is the technical term well four oh one K.'s IRA's four three bees T. S. P. accounts on money you haven't paid tax on yeah right making contributions that came out of my income my opinion tax on hold deferring strategy that we've been told to do that's right I wasn't one of the different strategies will on those accounts eventually you're taking distributions to supplement your income or frankly and they just changes with the secure act but at the age of seventy two you're forced to take distributions well guess what that's taxed as ordinary income just as if you went to work and earn it which means it's taxed at the maximum rate the income that you're forced to take or that you do take for most qualified accounts then also can affect how your social security is taxed and then if you've got a strategy that's not very efficient with your other investments things like individual accounts for joint accounts that money might be taxed as ordinary income if you have short term capital gains it also could be taxed as long term capital gains rate which currently is about fifty it is fifteen percent of and how much are you having capital gains but person I'm rambling on and that's the problem it's continuous yeah because it's not something the rest of us have been focused on the right hand rare in so this is how we get into the situation or taxes become a problem in retirement because just like I was rambling about on about all these different things all these different sources of income and all the different ways that it's taxed we can run into some issues in the biggest issue that we can find a certainly one would be inefficiencies and portfolios in the way that they're invested we want to be as efficient they're just meeting with the highest rate of return I can get I don't wanna pay too much in fees but if I get the highest rate of return net of any fee I'm paying but then also reduce the onerous that's in our minds good for retirement the next step is taxes I don't want to pay more in taxes than I have to alter my fair share right right because we have clients all over the U. S. army of clients that are paying really high state taxes in states like California but on top of that they're paying obviously federal taxes and and in some states real estate this estate things have gotten kind of squirrelly and by the way that's a moving target those taxes are changing and so having a financial plan that addresses all of the issues moving forward if your situation we're paying a lot of taxes a major making a lot of money so in some ways that's good but you have to have an investment portfolio that addresses that meaning and we say portfolios in our stuff IRA's four oh one K. savings accounts how's that money invested then you also have to have an income strategy that doesn't put you in a to a problem when it comes to the tax strategies and all that goes into a complete financial plan and I know I'm being kind of confusing right now but I with a face to face sit down let's just Daniella so don't take a look at your stuff right I know where you are build a plan around your stuff and what you need and then have you walk out of our office with a with a complete financial plan and just helping you understand all of these things I find it easier to get written down you know as opposed to me rambling on so for anybody who's who's listen just give us a call and we can do that for you at the office again a portfolio really is your stuff organized and part of that organization is our taxes going to impact you hang yourself from all of those.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:03 min | 8 months ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The eagles are still on tour as of right now I haven't recently it was before Glenn fry passed but I didn't get a chance to see them in concert have you ever seen the eagles life absolutely when the seat it was light by the time I saw on the crowd wasn't quite as enthusiastic or perhaps in fact in the seventies and eighties but easily one of my favorite bands I mean just the musicianship and that band I know yeah fantastic now all stage I've always heard that they don't really have the best relationship but you know what the law is on stage at work for the rest of it did pretty good when I was an early we don't have faith in many areas of life except for if you're performing I mean I guess you get through it for that but when it comes to quitting your job and not working anymore and finding out how you're going to pay yourself from the four oh one K.'s IRA's mutual funds ETFs pensions TSB's whatever it is you've done to save for retirement that's not something you can fake you've got to have somebody take all that stuff organize it guess what that is actually a portfolio already but you just have to get organized and figure out how that's going to happen and that's what we talk about here on the show when Michael what address something that the motley fool recently acknowledge they said there's no single right way to plan for retirement but there's plenty of wrong ways to do it and one of them is forgetting about how taxes are going to affect your post career income here's the thing we just talked about how a portfolio is really an accumulation of all your stuff all the different ways that you saved yes I've always been told that taxes will be lower after quit working and I need that stuff to pay me I guess that's not the case I really don't think it is and it's confusing and I think it's based on assumptions Kristin you know and and assumptions can get us in trouble so I agree that there is no single right way to invest there's no there's no silver bullet investment that's just gonna solve your problems right wingers nothing can possibly go wrong because we have things like market volatility so maybe we want to do more conservative investments but then with conservative investments maybe we have inflation problems and then we're talking about tax issues here so the assumption I think for most people that are gonna pay less taxes and retirement is that they're going to earn less in retirement which by the way I have to tell you a dad joke for my own dad you know how you spell assume I can't really say on the radio but it's in front of me so that's right but then I realized I couldn't get it to get it we all know we're talking about but that's why you can't assume you really can't so the scenarios and people I think we're busy Kristin I think we're busy with our ordinary lives meaning I go to work I pay my mortgage I do this it is that person my mortgage is paid off pretty soon I'm looking at retirement and all I was making that assumption that my income would be less in retirement but then I start doing the math on where my money's coming from and retirement and are and I've got so security check maybe have a pension check that I've got this portfolio you know maybe a four oh one K. four oh three B. maybe a higher a joint account what have you okay that's that's earning money then maybe I even got an inheritance on top of that I mean all these things you start adding them up the taxes start to add up so I talk to people week after week that are making more money in retirement than they were making when they were working well and again they made that assumption because they're not getting that check from the employer every single week or two weeks or monthly that their incomes going to be lower in and often times it's not and then the other consideration in thing we have to be very very aware of is the way that that money is taxed so they're in all the plane that we do Kristen we're very aware that there's different types of money so the money that's in your we call it qualified assets is the technical term for well for one K.'s IRA's four three bees T. S. P. accounts on money you haven't paid tax on yeah right making contributions that came out of my income my opinion tax on hold deferring strategy that we've been told to do that's right one of the different strategies will on those accounts eventually you're taking distributions to supplement your income or frankly and they just changes with the secure act but at the age of seventy two you're forced to take distributions well guess what that's taxed as ordinary income just as if you went to work and earn it which means it's taxed at the maximum rate the income that you're forced to take or that you do you take from those qualified accounts then also can affect how your social security is taxed and then if you've got a strategy that's not very efficient with your other investments things like individual accounts for joint accounts that money might be taxed as ordinary income if you have short term capital gains it also could be taxed as long term capital gains rate which currently is about fifty it is fifteen percent of and how much are you having capital gains but Carson I'm rambling on and that's the problem it's confusing yeah because it's not something the rest of us have been focused on in rare in so this is how we get into the situation or taxes become a problem in retirement because just like I was rambling about on about all these different things and all these different sources of income and all the different ways that it's taxed we can run into some issues in the biggest issue that we can find a certainly one would be inefficiencies and portfolios in the way that they're invested we want to be as efficient they're just meeting with the highest rate of return I can get I don't pay too much in fees but if I get the highest rate of return net of any fee I'm paying but then also reduce the onerous that's in our minds good for retirement the next step is taxes I don't want to pay more in taxes than I have to on a permit fair share right right because we have clients all over the U. S. you have clients that are paying really high state taxes in states like California but on top of that they're paying obviously federal taxes and and in some states real estate or someone's day things have gotten kind of squirrely and by the way that's a moving target those taxes are changing and so having a financial plan that addresses all of the issues moving forward if your situation we're paying a lot of taxes a major making a lot of money so in some ways that's good but you have to have an investment portfolio that addresses that meaning and we say portfolios in our stuff IRA's four oh one K. savings accounts how's that money invested then you also have to have an income strategy that doesn't put you in a to a problem when it comes to the tax strategies and all that goes into a complete financial plan and I know I'm being kind of confusing right now but I with a face to face sit down what should Daniella so don't take a look at your stuff right I know where you are build a plan around your stuff and what you need and then have you walk out of our office with a with a complete financial plan just helping you understand all of these things I find it easier to get written down you know as opposed to me rambling on so for anybody who's who's listen just give us a call and we can do that for you at the office again a portfolio really is your stuff organized and part of that organization is our taxes going to impact you hang yourself from all of those retirement accounts and investments when you're no longer receiving a regular paycheck at work a complete financial plan to see if.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:03 min | 8 months ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The eagles are still on tour as of right now I haven't recently it was before Glenn fry passed but I think she has to see them in concert if you ever see the eagles live absolutely when the seat it was light by the time I saw on the crowd wasn't quite as enthusiastic or perhaps in fact in the seventies and eighties but easily one of my favorite bands I mean just the musicianship and that band I know yeah fantastic the off stage I've always heard that they don't really have the best relationship but you know what the law is on stage at work for the rest of it did pretty good when I was an early we don't have faith in many areas of life except for if you're performing I mean I guess you get through it for that but when it comes to quitting your job and not working anymore and finding out how you're going to pay yourself from the four oh one K.'s IRA's mutual funds ETFs pensions TSB's whatever it is you've done to save for retirement that's not something you can fake you've got to have somebody take all that stuff organize it guess what that is actually a portfolio already but you just have to get organized and figure out how that's going to happen and that's what we talk about here on the show when Michael what address something the motley fool recently acknowledge they said there's no single right way to plan for retirement but there's plenty of wrong ways to do it and one of them is forgetting about how taxes are going to affect your post career income here's the thing we just talked about how a portfolio is really an accumulation of all your stuff all the different ways that you saved yes I've always been told that taxes will be lower after quit working and I need that stuff to pay me I guess that's not the case no I really don't think it is and it's confusing and I think it's based on assumptions Kristin you know and and assumptions can get us in trouble so I agree that there is no single right way to invest there's no there's no silver bullet investment that's just gonna solve your problems right wingers nothing can possibly go wrong because we have things like market volatility so maybe we want to do more conservative investments but then with conservative investments maybe we have inflation problems and then we're talking about tax issues here so the assumption I think for most people that are gonna pay less taxes in retirement is that they're going to earn less in retirement which by the way I have to tell you a dad joke for my own dad you know how you spell assume I can't really say on the radio but it's in front of me so that's right but then I realized I couldn't at the beginning we all know we're talking about but that's why you can't assume you really can't so the scenario as in people I think we're busy Kristin I think we're busy with our ordinary lives meaning I go to work I pay my mortgage I do this it is that person my mortgage is paid off pretty soon I'm looking at retirement and all I was making that assumption that my income would be less in retirement but then I start doing the math on where my money's coming from and retirement and are and I've got so security check maybe have a pension check that I've got this portfolio you know maybe a four oh one K. four oh three B. maybe a higher a joint account what have you okay that's that's earning money then maybe I even got an inheritance on top of that I mean all the things you start adding them up the taxes start to add up so I talk to people week after week that are making more money in retirement than they were making when they were working well and again they made that assumption because they're not getting that check from the employer every single week or two weeks or monthly that their incomes going to be lower in and often times it's not and then the other consideration of thing we have to be very very aware of is the way that that money is taxed so they're in all the plane that we do Kristen we're very aware that there's different types of money so the money that's in your we call it qualified assets is the technical term life well for one K.'s IRA's four three bees T. S. P. accounts on money you haven't paid tax on yeah right making contributions that came out of my income my opinion tax on hold deferring strategy that we've been told to do that's right one of the different strategies will on those accounts eventually you're taking distributions to supplement your income or frankly and they just changes with the secure act but at the age of seventy two you're forced to take distributions well guess what that's taxed as ordinary income just as if you went to work and earn it which means it's taxed at the maximum rate the income that you're forced to take or that you do take from those qualified accounts then also can affect how your social security is taxed and then if you've got a strategy that's not very efficient with your other investments things like individual accounts for joint accounts that money might be taxed as ordinary income if you have short term capital gains it also could be taxed as long term capital gains rate which currently is about fifty it is fifteen percent of thing and how much are you had capital gains but person I'm rambling on and that's the problem it's confusing yeah because it's not something the rest of us have been focused on share and so this is how we get into the situation or taxes become a problem in retirement because just like I was rambling about on about all these different things all these different sources of income and all the different ways that it's taxed we can run into some issues in the biggest issue that we can find a certainly one would be inefficiencies and portfolios in the way that they're invested we want to be as efficient they're just meeting with the highest rate of return I can get I don't wanna pay too much in fees but if I get the highest rate of return net of any fee I'm paying but then also reduce the onerous that's in our minds good for retirement the next step is taxes I don't want to pay more in taxes than I have to alter my fair share right right because we have clients all over the U. S. army of clients that are paying really high state taxes in states like California but on top of that they're paying obviously federal taxes and and in some states real estate the state things have gotten kind of squirrelly and by the way that's a moving target those taxes are changing and so having a financial plan that addresses all of the issues moving forward if your situation we're paying a lot of taxes a major making a lot of money so in some ways that's good but you have to have an investment portfolio that addresses that meaning and we say portfolios in our stuff IRA's four oh one K. savings accounts how's that money invested then you also have to have an income strategy that doesn't put you in a to a problem when it comes to the tax strategies and all that goes into a complete financial plan and I know I'm being kind of confusing right now but I with a face to face sit down let's just Danielle it's about take a look at your stuff right I know where you are build a plan around your stuff and what you need and then have you walk out of our office with a with a complete financial plan just helping you understand all of these things I find it easier to get written down you know as opposed to me rambling on so for anybody who's who's listen just give us a call and we can do that for you at the office again a portfolio really is your stuff organized and part of that organization is our taxes going to impact you hang yourself from all of those retirement accounts investments when you're no longer receiving a regular paycheck at work a complete financial plan to see.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Now, the focus is on Glenn fries. Widow who is taken the doctor to court. So Glenn, fry his demise? The subject of the suit at twelve million dollars suit from the doctor that she blames in fact for Glenn fries death. The third anniversary of his death at the age of sixty seventy plays in January complications from rheumatoid arthritis acute alter to colitis into Monja which. Meet on the face of it. Locked going on gosh. Yeah. But I don't die for rheumatoid arthritis die from an alternative colitis attack. And you're well died from the Monja fries. Widow. And the mother of her three children, Sydney, fry is seeking twelve million dollars from Dr Steven it's SCO wits who is gastroenterologist at was treating Lynn's colitis says he was negligent the suit states, the doctor failed of promptly and properly access the patient for respiratory issues and ignored infection that he had a judge denied her request to keep the case sealed why should a famous plaintiff be entitled to protections less renowned. Individuals can only dream the celebrity of the parties in this case should not entitle them to the presumption that their medical records are financial information CO purely on account of their fame says the judge. Judge wouldn't allow a blanket ceiling the case he did say he would consider partial ceiling on a case by case basis for certain records. Why do they want to see what's the problem? Well, apparently,.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Yes. Yes. Anybody cared? Go, and no, I wouldn't really I thought in the beginning. You're like I don't wanna see him without Glenn fry. I said that I thought so I don't think I said, okay. I I did I said that. Okay. This is why bring it up. They're going to do this September twenty seven to twenty eight that the GM Grand Garden arena in Vegas. Tickets are going on sale this month. They said, well, yeah. The only forty four minutes long they'll play other hits as well. And like you David that whole feeling of them touring without Glenn fry didn't feel right? Remember right after Glenn Friday said we're done. Yeah. And that was the right call to make it felt that way to me. Does it change at all if Glenn fries son is in the band? No, see for me. It does a little bit. And I'm trying to figure out my own head. Why it's almost the same way if zeppelin performs and it's Jason Bonham playing drums. I feel a lot better about it than if it's somebody else. He's a great drummer Jason is. Yeah. Well, that was my follow up. Question is going fried, son. Any good? We don't know. Cause remember what's a George Harrison son's name, Danny Danny the a, and I of course. There was one of the concerts that he played in. If you look closely, you can tell his guitar isn't plugged into anything there. I remember. There's no wireless there's nothing. He's on. There is little heart out than they're like. No. We got clapped onstage to we're not gonna let you play. But man, he looks like George, right? Exactly. Well, Vince Gill's replaced Bernie Ledin who knew Kevin skills in the band. It's not like they're hurting for talent. When you're talking about vocals. No, they got a lot of harmony going on there. Yes. But you know, they're doing the same thing. I just tease. What do you mean? They'd be like if the only Seinfeld episode was soup Nazi over and over and over and over and over again by doing just this one album just all the way through. Yeah. I just said forty four minutes they're going to pay play hits. But still golly. So it's not just soup Nazi you're gonna get the self pleasure. Episode hearts of that you're going to get some of the class to write a little bit of the Yatta Yatta Yatta. See, that's okay. The shrinkage you'll get with it. Okay, eagles go megs money. The 4._0._1._K tour continues. Did see this today the signs you should not trust a worker. Some of these things are funny just to go a lot of it common sense. But you think about your past life working at different places, especially when you were younger, you really didn't know what to expect people to gospel lot most people do it a little bit. If someone's constantly doing it can't trust them because they're talking about you to or they're overly dramatic like someone who always plays. The victim. Jeez. It's fairly dramatic. Oh, you haven't had a date since the Carter administration. But not my problem. Now, you're and Andrew gossiping Barbara from shark tank. Yeah. Fairly fires people who complain too much. That's what I've heard about complainers because she said, quote, they will never succeed. Thought that was really interesting. Well, how many complaints have we worked with different? This is media gig. The water if you weren't complaining. What would we do? Oh, we got to get to the story. Former candidate for governor found.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Workday, by the way. Have a birthday. Oh, cool. I'll tell you. He puts on one hell of a show. Hey, what's on one hell of a show? He's got us the man outfit and stuff, and he can still play that guitar like you can't believe. And boy, you talk about going after Obama, and the Democrats man, he if you're at his show, you better not be on the left because you ain't gonna enjoy it. Body out here. Freedom. Join. Yeah. I've been a member for join you in. Don't get don't. What's going on? Our season is short. For what you believe in. You know, you know, back in the day of growing up in sixty seventies will play God ball, whatever. Yeah. We call the nails back in the world. Say it because it'd be employed quite correct. And. This is. They gotta get rid of the welfare system. I mean, how they destroyed this cartridge burst drugs. Second deported job. I mean, people go they fried yourself. Well, I'm troubled. I think you're bringing up a good point. We hadn't really talked about it yet. But the way these different states are gone with legalizing marijuana. I got nothing with people doing whatever kind of recreational drugs. They want to do in their own spare time, but the problem you have is they push the limit. They're out there driving around their high as a kite, and you're taking these other drugs, and I think that's more of a problem than the drunk driving. Now. Came out with the so smug were blue. Yeah. He was telling the truth story. Yeah. I love that song. And Glenn fry course we lost him couple years ago. But I'm a big one. With the eagles. But. Lunardi sound gun. They they know where they're going. And they know who loses while you're exactly right. It's American dirty white. Boy, I'm going to hit the brake. Here's I'll let you fly. Call next weekend. I love talking to you more because we got to take a little short break. I see the truck rumbled on down the road. And we still got a half hour, showtimes. I can't get run over. Now. Little short break. MS RPM invoice list price dealer price, Toby Knapp here, if your car shopping, you've probably heard these terms, but what do they mean? It's so confusing. Well, it was confusing not.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on KNSS

"Of music. Amazing grace is finally being released forty six years after the film was made reason director Sidney Pollack shop most of the footage. A Los Angeles Baptist church in January of nineteen seventy-two, but he failed to sink the sound the music from the performance was released as a landmark live album amazing grace will finally premier Monday at the New York City film festivals. Cause of death was released a hip hop star died of an accidental drug overdose. According to the Los Angeles County coroner's office Miller die from mixed drug toxicity with cocaine ethanol sentinel decades after the Spice Girls may pop music inexcusably again Melby Mel c and Jerry all back together on tour six UK stadium dates in June of next year. We'll be without posh spice, though, the Tori Beckham's has a multi million dollar fashion labor, Brian. That's FOX rocks. On Fox News. So posh can't make the scene. Correct. Big time. Now, you go. Sounds like the eagles. You got that? Right. Lillard singer, Glenn fry today would have been his seventieth birthday real musician blend. Fry co co-founder co lead singer of the eagles eagles sold them within one hundred fifty million recordings worldwide vans greatest hits bestselling album of the twentieth century in the US real. I that got it in my vehicle. See you got one of them..

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"glenn fry" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on KNSS

"I should cause of death was released a hip hop star died of an accidental drug overdose. According to the Los Angeles County coroner's office Miller died from mixed drug toxicity with cocaine non decades after the Spice Girls may pop music inexcusably Finegan Melby Mel c and Jerry all back together on tour the six K stadium dates in June of next year. We'll be without posh spice, though, Victoria Beckham has a multi million dollar fashion label to run that's FOX rocks. On Fox News. So posh can't make the scene. Correct. She's too big time. Now, you go. Sounds like the eagles. You got that? Right. Lillard singer. Glenn fry today would have been his seventieth birthday. Real musician blend fry founder co lead singer the eagles eagles sold them within one hundred fifty million recordings worldwide fans greatest hits best selling album of the twentieth century in the US real. I know that I've got it in my vehicle fi. You've got one of them. Brian experiences successful solo career in the nineteen eighties. Multiple chart hits acted in TV and films. Well, fry was inducted with the eagles into the rock and Roll Hall of fame twenty years ago. You passed away two years ago at the age of sixty seven from multiple health issues stemming from rheumatoid arthritis medications. Ooh today would have been Glenn fries. Seventieth birthday. The results are in.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"This celebrity a president Thank you Jimmy Kimmel this is his best song Glenn fry this is Glenn? Fries best, song oh. Why did this even come I God Starting to heat. Up all. Right so speaking of, that I mean it's it is it is time for the the is. Going to. Be in the press Well I mean Michelle but but this. All. Kamla Harris great but. It's gonna be it's gonna be. Tough right now ten check out the ten worst paying. Jobs over women so. That was my that. Was, pretty good now just as you're, really rolling. Over you know so this website, website twenty four, seven Wall Street analyze the data and found the ten worst paying, jobs for women and this is, the. Wage, gap okay oh as in these might, not be low paying jobs it women fare worse in. These. Wider gap okay. CEO's. That's, correct. Okay oh yeah do you wanna go you wanna? Guess. If you okay so what do you got CEO, Hussein CEO's So I'm just reading something like Nope it's they're? Paid. For CEO something like seventeen? Million dollars well Really Oh? Really There's a couple. In here can you take a guess at? Some others. All right, let's, say How about medical stuff doctors is it is it hard EMT's and paramedics are number four. Women are paid less than. Men EMT's so sixty five cents per every? Dollar that. Men may Like? Tech in kind of tech or. Engineering or something like that you would think you would think it's not it's not dot com Police? Women no no no Radio, people, yeah Believe. It or not most of these on the list are in. The financial services. Walk us up so number ten is a retail sales worker supervisor's seventy one cents on the dollar number nine production and operating worker supervisors seventy a. Factory Yeah Yeah financial, managers our number, eight so seventy one cents on the dollar real estate brokers and sales, agents which is. Surprising I. Thought, they dominate, that that arena, right rather buy from a women sorry my Jay I want to buy, for your mom Or housekeepers janitorial supervisors sixty percent number five miscellaneous sales. Representatives including reps and energy telecom and, scientific? Research oh that's odd to. Right, because you. Know the these all sales reps in Seems to. Be a, women's dominated field, at least like medical and it does seem. Like, you would be paid based on what you sold were selling the news Okay all right and we're moving on.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Tune but they asked me it's a pretty good. Tune so they're touring again Glenn fry one of the lead singer she died his sons that what I understand I didn't even only had us them Same, so there you go eagles are continuing story how. Does Don Henley Joe, Walsh need me more money they they. Just like, to play they must like it. Might not it's what they do yeah Yeah I don't know I don't know I've. Always wondered about that with with, with people that gazillions gazillion dollars. Even if you like. It Just. The, hassle just having to get on a plane at all or a, Basra hotel, or just anything you gotta be doing? Something I guess. Well it's their normal guess I heard a tape the other day? Elton, John singing what. The hell is. He working for still sound great the band is rounded out by deacon Frye who was Glenn son Okay and Vince Gill Vince Gill that's pretty cool So they're doing the thing they're going to do the kind of thing like the Grateful Dead is doing where you have John Mayer come in was a big Grateful Dead fan and just over a role yet, Vince Gill doing the same thing that the eagles why not. Different is still great and he's probably, loving, it and in one of the fantastic singer anyway. We got a text, which, eagles singers your favorite I'm a Timothy Schmidt man we got that fuel how deep dive. Or. No tough guy, have to. Think about it Larry is hilarious anyway I, could go on and on with the classic rock talk but. I won't be local crackle barrel is, opening, today somebody just texted oh good for you I. Don't know if I've, time, I'd sure like a chicken fried steak gravy hash Brown your poor arteries that sounds great You, got a hammer down lots of carbs to the government that's the way. You get healthy For dinner Saturday night I. Went to make myself a sandwich And it, was very hectic at the time and I'd eat novel lunch meat so I ended up. Just gone already put the. Manny's on the bread you, had a bread sandwich so I played a minute put, a couple of thin slices of cheese on there Did I Sam edge. Mainly I thought this is a thank this is a pathetic. Display Things are not going well did, you at least a fire up. A, pan maybe do a grilled cheese with. Said I didn't have time. For that wow sif. Sean picks up on this hint Yata have more self respect We're. Gonna, play that clip fifty times I think we played it three times Al Sharpton ladies and gentlemen Al. Sharpton show some are ESPN c. t. Cigarettes, Weaver so we ought to play that. What you're referring to the signal. We, ought to play one of those there. Are. A couple out? There they're, they're montages of Al. Sharpton flooding things yes? Is he'll literate I mean like? He can't read is that his problem. Or is he just tongue title, I think l. knows what he knows if you know what, I mean then. Co op the of Kubrick's Notes weaver I don't think it's divided at all Is. Not divided at all make some friends Some friends Party. Of equality US. Policies changed US policy has changed.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on Movie Crush

"This movie yeah he i mean yet his friend gets killed i mean the only thing you believe all that stuff one hundred percent like there's something so interesting about how gritty the movie is when it opens you you know you're hearing glenn fry the heat is on and you're going through you know detroit mad a period of time where detroit is i mean look i don't think the traits that much better now you know you're you're capturing this vibe and you you from the moment you get in here those things like oh this is different is not glossing i think it does a great contrast beverly hills shirley but that you're seeing this world and he fits so perfect it doesn't make a movie star yet in detroit like when he's getting bawled out by the police chief he's great he's great actual police chief that guy i think i knew that he says fuck i don't know something like don't think it makes dick the best of top lines if amazing but when he's in that like it's the only time i've seen a precinct that looked like a prison all those cops in it's a communal onto gym locker everything about it feels real tangible real and the fact that he's friends with this former criminals and stealing his bare bones i don't know you're right it just feels it doesn't feel he's winking at it is like he's above it feels like he's a part of this landscape and when he goes to beverly hills i think that's why it works so good yeah because he doesn't feel he feels that the outcast if you were to make a big argument on beverly cup to which i also love he's worked he's yeah he's in the system doesn't feel daunted by the system we're here you feel like it has those elements of like here's a black man walking around beverly hills wisey there and they basically picked him up you know getting her these black guy in beverly hills and the movie is about race it is out there in the front line and it's like oh that's cool to playing that like yeah it's yes eighty four they're not shying away from that that's kind of yeah yeah and i love his relationship with well with both mikey and the ginny jenny jenny who's great in the one of those i know you probably doing this podcast like see all these actresses that kind of disappear these phase yeah there's like they just do like one or two movies they're gone it's such a bizarre world that we lived in the eighties you are a leading lady and the disappeared like you know like very rarely as their the gena davis and fletch that goes on to be like gena davis right you know it's it's yeah that's true you know that's a good point but you really believe that the nature of their relationship like he and mike at the beginning when he tells me loves them and yeah those are some like those are some pretty profound for this movie profound moments and you don't see it in a movie like this like you would never see like mikey's all drunk and he's kinda holding him by his head and says of the whole idea of which he took the hit for axa like he car he went to jail axel didn't and excellent cop and mike is not yeah still kinda but it just shows you also konami it's like you get you get it all these guys you get like you don't feel like he's threatening i took this at for you you did it he's drunkenly kind of telling him like i remember that yeah you know and there's a real like a yeah that guy who plays mike is actually very good yeah he's really gonna great sleaze bags needs midnight run another great you could smell these guys well the great john ashton from both run in this he's so good in this and you know help vercel john astin is because john astin is one way in this movie and another way midnight run yeah and there you don't even go he's a good just a solid actor just do because it's fully different performance like i mean one is a scumbag one is a very uptight yeah he's not even the cool beverly hills cop peas.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Gonna talk rock and roll again tonight or we are gonna talk rolling rock and roll again tonight but more specifically we're going to delve into classic rock we'll stay clear of the crossroads and robert johnson last we take a tempt fate a fourth time as steve heiden is a rock journalist and like me and many of you i'm sure a fan of classic rock and in case you hadn't noticed a number of classic rock acts are winding things down in two thousand eighteen paul simon elton john leonard skinner possibly deep purple are all embarking on their final tours and in the last couple of years we've lost some legends david bowie glenn fry tom petty prince gord downie for you fans appear of the tragically hip how much longer will the the rolling stones and paul mccartney the moody blues the zombies robert plant roger daltry how much longer will they be with us hard to imagine but i rock and roll icons heroes classic rock gods are not immortal yes they will be sadly missed there will they will come day when they're all gone or retired to some of us it's almost unthinkable a world without paul mccartney or mick or keith contemplating the end of classic rock is the subject of steve haydn's new book twilight of the gods a journey to the end of classic rock and he joins me in our one the final three hours of the program again if you're like me and you find the whole ufo arena.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Gonna talk rock and roll again tonight or we are gonna talk rolling rock and roll again tonight but more specifically we're going to delve into classic rock we'll stay clear of the crossroads and robert johnson last week take a tempt fate a fourth time as steve heiden is a rock journalist and like me many of you i'm sure a fan of classic rock and in case you hadn't noticed a number of classic rock acts are winding things down in two thousand eighteen paul simon elton john leonard skinner possibly deep purple are all embarking on their final tours and in the last couple of years we've lost some legends david bowie glenn fry tom petty prince gordon downey for you fans up here of the tragically hip how much longer will the the rolling stones and paul mccartney the moody blues zombies robert plant roger daltry how much longer will they be with us hard to imagine but our rock and roll icons heroes classic rock gods are not immortal yes they will be sadly missed they will they will come a day when they're all gone or retired the some of us it's almost unthinkable a world without paul mccartney or mick or keith contemplating the end of classic rock is the subject of steve haydn's new book twilight of the gods a journey to the end of classic rock and he joins me in our one the final three hours of the program again if you're like me and you find the whole ufo arena.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"The bandwagon yeah i was going through a very big like slicked back hair long side i remember closed with wingtips and then i'd hear grunge and i think you know i'm the furthest thing stylish yeah just wanted to you know go out and represent myself as and that was you know adding little pieces of what i learned over the years and how i wanted to present myself if i remember while we were like a suit and tie had that look at all no just dumping that category yeah but you know that's that's that's how that's how you know it is called the music business and that's the part of the business because forget who said that you know if there wasn't any music with the business it would be great or and the same goes any business who said geffen right david geffen if there wasn't any music wasn't any musicians the music typical suit on the other side artists or something documentary it was documentary that's great david geffen amazing i haven't seen it amazing really check out for sure great documentary on pbs documentary right i think it was part of another check no he has his own documentary part of the part of the eagles it was part of the eagles it was an eagles documentary it was in the dock geffen the needles had a big issue and right it was it was it was glenn fry saying that he said it.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Cemetery bible three two five seven thirty 993 they cared about recycling sixty years ago and still do today arrows cemetery so in nineteen eighty three i saw jackson browne for the first time in the tampa son dome i'm going to see him tonight thirty five years later it is amazing i got the sea steely dan but to before walter becker passed away for the trump team time uh uh of course glenn fry passed away tom petty past the way neil diamond is now can no longer with tour because he says he's got the onset of uh i guess i alzheimer's or something parkinson's thank you uh uh rush is no longer route touring oh man i got the c somewhat of yes in the last year mm we saw the stones good to see billy joel for the ninety seven time next month but but i'm running out of uh you know manohla man tide is rolling along few notes in the aftermarket recently we've been telling you that the airlines have appeared on the screen but it can't volume because arne succumb and out well they may be going off the screen a united reported uh stock closed at seventy eight i got at seventy two and all the other airlines of follow in suits uh we'll get a cease the semis tomorrow it's going to be interesting texas instruments uh i've yet to see whether they missed or not but i'm look at the numbers they did look that stellar the stocks down nine bucks in the aftermarket tatta big ron now uh texas instruments closed at one almost one twenty i got a one eleven uh so that'll be interesting to uh capital one financial clarence down two or three bucks in the aftermarket a just keep in mind as i have in front of me here uh i need some glasses so i can see let me put them on fake you i got some help here by the way uh tomorrow we have comcast g e god can't wait to see what those suckers coming out with uh a seagate tech discovery financial us vegas sans lam research that will be interesting ebay teradyne our western digital's islands thursday three m is in the dow biogen caterpillar in the.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on WTMA

"Pronounce named never have from xmen is forty five years old today peter delo ease is fifty one years old today lorries singer is 60 maria schreiber is sixty two years old today the former mrs arnold schwarzenegger sally field is seventy one glenn fry was born in this day and 19 48 you best way back in two thousand sixteen pets hillman would have been forty one years old today he was born in nineteen seventy six he's the ex nfl player who was so moved by september 11th that he left professional football in listed in the army he was killed in afghanistan april of two thousand fourteen jonathon harris was born in 1914 he was doctors zachary smith on lost in space we've got five days until veteran's day seventeen only seventeen days until thanksgiving it was all on this day in eighteen sixty eighty two percent eighty two percent of eligible voters turned out to elect abraham lincoln as our 16th president nineteen 23 jacob schick was granted a patent for the electric razor edwin age armstrong on this day and nineteen 35 announce his development of f m broadcasting and it was on this day in 1988 ringo starr and is lovely wife barbara bok lovingly checked each other into alcohol rehab the anger it's six fifteen of the big talker twelve fifty wtma it's the great american test complaining at stand where wouldn't talk radio b without it get it off your chest by calling.

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"glenn fry" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"glenn fry" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Department in la right below glenn fry of the eagle's of course preoscar apartment complex with those two guys in there he he'd rather he he started writing the song that we know today as take it easy but he was having trouble finishing it so glen came downstairs one day to visit and started working on the song with him and came up with a key lyric it's a girl ma lord in a flatbed ford slowing down to take a look at me in plastic as a class stand another cornering winslow arizona well jackson browne turned the song over to fly at that point and it eventually became the eagle's very first single and we all know that that is become a real i totic song both jackson browne and glenn fry shared the songwriting credits but what i'm one ring is what we can learn from that as far as retirement planning his concert was a collaborator there whether the out very good when to shia very talented collaborator of you know as some financial advisers are terrific of what they do you know but their skill isn't necessarily conducive to helping you finish the song maybe maybe your financial advisor you have right now you feel we all my money is growing right now i'm i'm seeing my money yellow hit hit record territories that there's never hit before i got the most money i've ever had and that's a good thing we praise that nato and east should have that because the sp five hundred is hitting alltime records right now so you should have the votes money that you've ever had right now but at some point it becomes necessary to stop working exclusively with justin cumulation would just growing growing growing and you've got to be thinking about likely said many many times on the show about preserving what you have and then eventually.

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