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Cathy Smith Dies at 73: ‘Sundown’ muse who injected John Belushi with fatal drug dose
"Admitted admitted to to injecting injecting John John Belushi Belushi with with heroin heroin and cocaine that led to his death, has died. No Cathy Smith had been in failing health for the past few years. She was 73. In the 1986 plea bargain. You might remember that Kathy Smith pleaded no contest to involuntary manslaughter and several drug charges and served a one year prison sentence in California. After being released, she was deported to her native Canada, where the former backup singer reportedly took a job in Toronto as a legal secretary. I didn't know that whole history on her. Oh, not at all. And that's what you're known for, you know? Yeah, I was. You know what? I know The fact of that, you know, in your bio. If it's not line one, it's line Tio. It's apparently if that had not happened, what she would have been known for and remembered for is being the subject of the Gordon Lightfoot song Some down gets used to date him. Oh, really? She's hanging around those Canadian rockers. Fags. Awesome. I had no idea the chicken mcnugget of
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on X96
"The temperature? Richer in Salt Lake City right now is 85 degrees. See how handy that is. I told you that Bill, I got it right here. Yeah, but this is a much more pleasant voice than yours. You would've gone. It's 85. This this this lovely man went. The temperature in Salt Lake City right now is 85 degrees. It's 85 degrees at nine o'clock in the morning. She's a Google. Is an 85 degrees. Sorry. Well, that's a that's a pile of crap, isn't it? It's Ah, but but the point of this story is The study found that these speakers Are listening to you all the time. And what are they listening for? Well. It's not to spy on you. Really? It's just to learn from their mistakes so that they don't stay stupid things like I'm sorry. I don't have any information on something I just told you. Like that guy did. But they do listen to you fair a fair amount of the time now. They they do shut off. But then they'll wake up. They get used to when you're going to start talking to them, so they'll wake up a little bit before that. And it's kind of an interesting concept, I think and And what and what they're saying is, is that you should have your microphone muted or off at all times until you're ready to use it. But then that kind of negates the whole convenience of You know, you got your hands full doing something of the dishes or whatever. And you want to hear some music, You know, walking over to the You know Amazon, Alexa in pressing the button to say, you know, play the Gordon Lightfoot mix or whatever. A Google Les Sundown by Gordon Lightfoot. Let's see what happens here. You asked for it. You asked for it. Level five. You know, for us to hear it, It's going to have to be louder than that. You go take a little raise Volume. 2 10 Yes, Yes, See, people don't realize that, but it's listening all the time. And it's listening for something that sounds like.
A Little History- Based On A True Story
"They were talking about. Songs that are based on true stories. And, What's interesting about this subject? Is that a lot of times? When you see a movie that says based on a true story, it literally might have one aspect of an event that they base it on, but when it's the song, it's actually a it seems like it's more valid. There's more. There's less at stake. That film. And there's more accuracy than movies claim to be sometimes. So. We're covering I. Think they're seven songs here I realize you probably left went out and he did it on purpose. Which one would be the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Gordon. Lightfoot Never bring that up in polite society, his based on a true event. It is one of the worst songs and don't get me wrong. I like Gordon Life. She said it. You heard it here. I like Gordon. Lightfoot care that song is. What are the worst songs ever anyway? please understand with some of these things like my very first one. There's literally no way I can tell you the entire story, so I'm having to kind of give you guys the abridged version, and so please forgive me for that, because the first one is waiting for the worms by Pink Floyd, which is about the Nazi death camps of the Holocaust. So right like starting right off the bat. There is literally no way in a single episode of a podcast. Can I explain to you the Nazi Holocaust? But what I will say is that there was this war called World War Two. In the thirties and the forties as we all know guys there. There's mass extermination and for years Jewish people and other other people like the Romani Gypsies. Homosexuals were sent to forced labor camps. And Ghettos and then this thirties in Europe, a yeah, and in nineteen, forty two, they were actually deported to extermination camps, or or other kind of forced labour camps, whereas like Auschwitz was was. A labor camp and the death camp we were there on. Didn't go on our honeymoon, but we went to. Visit Europe we went to Poland actually. Yeah, it was It was one of the most important things that I feel like I. Ever made us do I'm sorry, we. We were in. Leipzig, Germany for our son's graduation and. We decided that since we were so close to Poland, which was about? It's about a six hour drive. Didn't turn out to be. Another story altogether. There's like one road to Poland. But we we rented a car. We drove to Poland. And we went to Auschwitz and. It, if you ever have the opportunity to go experience at, please do because it's one of the most important things you can do is to just be in that space and exist in that space. And just close your eyes and just feel. And it was one of the most. I hate touching. But it was one those moments where I could feel the past. Choking me. And it's overwhelming. It's incredibly overwhelming and. Just, the the the size the scope the scale that they did things on. Were saying and it was a machine. And so. Auschwitz had. A cyclone be they would lead people into the gas chambers. Drop the cyclone being and. I think it would take maybe seven minutes, and then they would just go in clear the bodies. And put them into the. The furnaces and they're six camps that were purely extermination camps, and trebling was one of them that they didn't actually think. Treblinka existed because they had before. It, they had a chance to liberate. The literally tore everything down and planted trees. And they didn't think that it existed, but they found infrastructure like in the ground, and then they found mass. Graves and things like that well speaking of research on the Second World War the series. Band of brothers is probably at the top of things to see and my gosh episode I'm going to site. Is your favorite episode nine why we fight his capture, the discovery of this and the meaning of what it was, and they do a great job of sort of keeping in that time-frame, instead of looking back with the knowledge that we have now just imagine. Coming out of the woods in finding this. Cluster of buildings and there's barbed wire, and there's people and you're not sure what it is and I think they just did a masterful job catching the how these soldiers fell when they when they stumbled across this camp. Yeah,
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Yeah there you go yes that's right I'm just like genesis that look at that and you get a whole new set of downs moved off ladies yeah Sam I want to I'd love to experience these things that you talk about but you know what I feel like I am No Way Out been I feel like there's something in the air tonight we're terrible people I you know let you know I I I I listed religious is back in the day okay today okay you're not you're not a Phil Collins fan but the more you should grow out of it you should be one now I will let you know like my my mom like her jams were all white rock but that was it your mom's yacht rock kind of hello Sir easy **** road so hall Oates was in in the rotation but they should like venture into like like some mild country like she given to Gordon Lightfoot that is into the I mean I like mama that's all so we'll be on I get cards lean the I'm the rocket out I can follow you follow me even from back when you were a carvacrol are in the land of confusion okay genesis titles fade out for days you know those are there's no there's no way you know there's there's no misunderstanding all right yes No Way you know all those off the top of your head I know most those of top yeah yeah I know you know all the notes on top your head really have the best of genesis in my car right now and your huge Phil Collins I am I am actually huge vocals but I so is is that you know not many grown men met admit that so good for you some some men haven't summoned though stop it something wrong you come out with anything new as well because he just as you play hits why why would you just played I just put at spy Collins invented modern drumming well the journey there's a great piece just say Phil Collins invented modern drumming he did and that I did thank you guys can talk to me about your part rush all you want I appreciate it that's fine but you're still comes amid the modern drumming sound which is a great technical piece out there and I will I will forward it to you so you can you can read it you you have a passing interest in music scene that's been going alright you can tweet all your favorite Phil Collins music at all right NFL add to Albright Billboard hot one hundred Phil Collins five number one fan whatever whatever you always say so called fan for a ride and words as Kaylee newsradio a fifty eight ninety four one FM Hey real exam Odyssey cruises up their game if you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with your lava or maybe you just want to go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC you gotta check out the way of the redesigned their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the Ramallah dance floor and bar space I said bark and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions get a sneak peek of the.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on WWL
"Well. Chase rice record. Chase rice was born in September nineteen eighty five in Florida but was raised on a farm in North Carolina. He was a linebacker on his college football team but didn't pursue the NFL due to an injury after graduation. He worked in NASCAR on pit crews later. He was like it as a cast member on the reality show survivor Nicaragua his music, career started at that time when he released an album and surely thereafter, successfully p today. He's released four albums with his third album debut and number one on the top country. Albums chart. This week's most popular music. Three gordon. Lightfoot sundowns. Stylistics. You make me feel brand new on of the word. Number one this week in nineteen seventy four Donaldson in the Heywood Jobe a hero. Greatest albums of all time, the Beatles the white album. The white album was the ninth studio album by the Beatles released in November of nineteen sixty eight many of the songs were written at a transcendental meditation. Course in India, a few months earlier arguments broke out during the recordings over creative differences, the presence of Yoko Ono is also an issue among other things, and the band would break up by nineteen seventy Critic's review, the album, favorably in many consider it, one of the greatest albums of all time. Ruin Rolling.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Us at guarding your nestegg dot com. Gordon Lightfoot got the idea for the song from a road sign pointing the way to the town of carefree, Arizona. He said, quote, I thought it would make a good tunnel. First song, I wrote it down put it in my suitcase. Stay there for eight months carefree highway love to think about life being carefree. Unfortunately, it is not for anybody. I know carefree for some people, I know that are total idiots and don't do any planning or have any concern for sleep on somebody's couch, though, pretty much that's those people. But there's a lot of things people worry about in retirement. I mean between taxes inflation healthcare expenses is it possible to really have a carefree retirement. Or is that just not even a real thing? You know, it's not a real thing. I mean, we're we're always going to care about something. I think that's kind of silly right carefree, though. I think people their biggest concern is health, right? If you don't have your health. I don't have anything true outside of that we start worrying about money. Which obviously is where we come in. We help people with money. So carefree, I think is a relative term. But you know, we're always going to have some things that are really really important to us. And we can't help a care about it. I think that we're trying to do our part help people out along the way. Kristen I, you know, first of all I like the music today. You know, we did van Halen I'm feeling pretty carefree. And then we got into did animal house. Yeah. We got Gordon Lightfoot. So, you know, let me use it can make us feel a little bit makes me feel carefree. Want to be so carefree? We lose sight of the fact that there are some real things we need to address. Yeah. The taxes inflation that whole thing. And I think that's maybe what I'm trying to say as some people think. Okay. I've saved I'm good as they've done invested. I did my part. I'm good for retirement. No, you're not carefree there. I don't care how much money you saved. And I've learned this. They're doing this radio show with you for well over five years now is that that's great. And hi five you saved you invested. You did. Well, that's only half of it. The other half is how you're going to be efficient with that money use that money and have it create a paycheck that has stopped from your job moving forward. Right. I mean, I I think my favorite thing. And it does drive my wife, Katie nuts. There's a couple of things. I tend to I can't say why? But I I typically don't worry about things. I can't change there'll be a problem in my life. And I'll think about it for a minute. And then I said there, I think to myself if I sit around I worry about this for a long time, or if I Stu over it or forget mad about it or do this or do that does that change anything? My a great line about that. And she's ninety five up in Charleston, South Carolina, worry is interest paid on money. You never spent. So I mean, what's the point? Yeah. And that's kind and so I I usually I just take it. And I said it assignment, I just gotta move on. Hey, I can't fix it by worrying about it. But then there are a lot of things that I can fix by worrying about her. You know, changing my actions or doing something a different way. What have you? I mean, I think money is is one of those things we can change the way we're invested is one of those things that we can change. I'm passionate about it. Because I meet people that are in trouble on a weekly basis. I mean, I get to see that side of a lot of people's lives. Right. Sometimes they're they're just invested in a way that that doesn't make a lot of sense for whether you're looking to accomplish. And they don't realize it because it's not what they do. Do but sometimes their allocations way off or they're explaining to me what their goals are. And you know, if the retire this is how they want to stay retired. Or if they're not retired. This is when they want to retire and how much income they want. And and it just doesn't connect the way. They're invested doesn't connect with what they're looking to accomplish. And money is something that we can worry about and change. We can change the way we're invested. We can change the way we deal with money. We can have an Oscar conversation, and you know, sometimes I have to tell people, Kristen guess, what you haven't saved enough money to have the income that you're telling me that you want so either work longer or spend less than retirement, you know, and that's kind of tough love not everybody wants to hear that. I mean, I've literally been in situations where I've told people if you keep doing what you're doing you'll run out of money no later than this point in time. And they can be hard to deliver that message, but it is tough love. I mean love is the key part of that they need to know that also as a fiduciary, I mean, I I I have to tell on that. Right. I mean, I I can't Pat him on the back and say, hey, listen. You're doing a good job. You know when they leave. You know, I I say to other advisers like, whoa, they're in big trouble. You see those two, you know, you can't do that. You got to explain to them. Exactly what's going on in. And if we can help people with that honesty, either being honest about how he should invest their money to to accomplish our goals or being honest and just say, hey, listen, you're you're way off, but if you do this and this, and this, you know, we can get you back on track. Right. And and you can you can have that retirement of your dreams, you know, so to speak, if you do these things, so, you know, there are things we can't change like, I say, we we can't change certain health issues unchanged. Certain this or that. But I think we can be better investors. It just takes formation because it's it's kind of easy for us. Because I do it every day. And that's why we invite people to come by the office and sit down we'll do an analysis of your current portfolio. Make sure your efficient, you know, we can show you a few ways to tweak it certainly increased the average rate of return if we had to reduce the risk also, reduce the fees, you're going to be more efficient, and if you're more efficient, you're more successful in retirement at the same time if we put together a financial plan. For you. That shows you, you know, literally, these are the things you need to do to accomplish your goals, and you walk out of our office with financial plan. I think for most people they walk out of our. Hey, I mean, get a big, thank, you know. This is really important know, nobody's the best thing. I hear and I unfortunately, I hear a lot is you know, what my nobody's ever explained it to me that way before. And I really appreciate you taking the time to do that. Because now it makes sense to me. Yeah. The big compliment compliment. But at the same time, I feel kind of bad. Nobody's shared it. Yeah. You know, like that that before part of your industry is that way. Yeah. It is a lot of. It's like, hey, this is what you need to do. Okay. Next. The next person transaction, I know for a lot of advisers, it seems to be that way. But you guys are about building a relationship. I mean, Mike I've known you to fly to other areas of the country to sit down with clients because they're not making it to Florida and the next time they weren't able to travel along sometimes that's a long trip. But yeah, but I mean, that's it's a relationship. It's important to have those conversations, and it's about planning every single time here on the show, and that comprehensive financial plan is something that might takes a lot of pride in putting together he addresses, the issues we just talked about in so many more if you'd like to sit down with him and the team at Talon wealth management here in Florida at one of their offices anywhere from Orlando over to the villages and inbetween they have quite a few offices. If you can hear us, there's one near you eight three three six three three nine thousand five hundred that's eight three three six three three ninety five. Hundred and also connect at guarding your nestegg dot com. A common question for baby boomers, especially in this day and age seems to be should they pay off their mortgage before they retire? There's a lot of different things to argue either way here Mike, but as a financial adviser fiduciaries we were just talking about right with well over twenty years of experience doing this type of planning. What is the right answer? Here. If your baby boomers, should you pay off your mortgage before you retire things have changed here recently. So the the number one reason that people would not pay off their mortgage. Previously was because the interest was deductible and they were itemizing their deductions, and and they said, hey, well, listen, I'm paying interest. But it says actions. It it kind of washes it out and there's a little bit of an advantage. Of course in two thousand eighteen is the first year of these new tax laws, but the big change is the itemized deductions versus the standardized deduction. So most people aren't going to be doing deductions anymore because they won't add up to more than the standardise deduction. And it's, you know, essentially twice as much as it used to be for everyone. And then if you're sixty five or older, it's even more because there's some additional credits, they're big changes. So whether you pay the mortgage off or not, I don't see a huge advantage in paying it off from attacks perspective because most people aren't going to take advantage of the itemized deduction. Another argument would be if you pay off your house, it's kind of a sort of dead asset for lack of a better word. So it's money that's tied up in the house that you can't actually use true. So a lot of people aren't aren't looking to pay off the house because frankly, they'd rather have the cash why I mean, why not just make payments, and then when you pass away give it back to the Bank. Thanks so much for your right? So I it's a little bit different for everyone. I I'd say the majority of the people we work with just like the peace of mind of knowing that the house is paid off. And God forbid something happened. They're not going to have to go look for home. All of these things that we talk about just go into that financial planning process. And the reality is everybody is unique and different. You know, their needs are a little bit different family situations are a little bit different. Certainly their income is different. And the nice thing about being an investment advisor and acting as a fiduciary, and if you based advisor is being able to have a conversation with individuals as a private wealth management company. We don't have to try to move people towards what some big corporation wants us to to sell or promote right? If I was looking to make an investment, I went to a big Bank or big huge financial institution. Wind up talking to somebody that was an employee of that company, and they're probably going to do a great job for their company and try to sell me their company's product. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. But I put Talon wealth management together in this radio program together to make sure people understood that you know, if you can sit down with a investment advisor, this independent they can show you all.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on WJR 760
"That took place about forty three years ago that is of course, the wreck of the Edmund FitzGerald you remember it from our Canadian. Song Canadian singer, Gordon Lightfoot. The league is. This guy guys. The Mariners church of Detroit one of the oldest parishes in Detroit. In the oldest building on the Detroit riverfront. Always commemorates this special day tomorrow, no exception, except the change. Here is the new rector of Mariner's church of Detroit Reverend Geoffrey Hubbard takes over. At one of the city's oldest parishes and oldest structures, and he is one of the youngest to do. So in just the nineteenth fulltime rector in the churches. One hundred seventy six year history, just beginning at the end of I think last month father, Jeff a welcome to the Paul W Smith show. Good morning, Paul great to be with you this morning. Well, great to have you here. From your time at advent in Rochester where you are a priest and residents previously with the church of the holy redeemer in Rochester hills. Now here at your home at the Mariners church with a big responsibility already happening tomorrow. You've got lots going on. That's right, Paul. We have a lot going on this weekend. And it really great weekend at our church that we have with. Of course, the Great Lakes memorial service on Sunday at eleven AM with her full choir in with the traditional ringing of the bell to commemorate not just the Edmund FitzGerald. That's of course, how it started. But it commemorates everyone who's ever lost their lives on the Great Lakes and also our military, of course, being Veterans Day, we commemorate them as well. In our prayers at the church on Sunday and have beautiful music with our full choir and leading into that service tomorrow at eleven AM at the church. We're having a lecture with Great Lakes. Maritime historian. Fred Stonehouse from northern Michigan university is going to be talking about the FitzGerald. So real great weekend beheaded Mira great weekend. Indeed in tomorrow, Saturday, November tenth is the actual anniversary of the sinking of the FitzGerald. And it'll be great to see Frederick Stonehouse there with his discussion. And all and good that you pointed out as well as we are speaking with the new pastor if you will father Jeff Hubbard for the Mariners church of Detroit that it wasn't because of Gordon Lightfoot. Those twenty nine souls will be forever remembered, but you remember the more than ten thousand sailors who've lost their lives on the Great Lakes. We do Paul all all of them are remembered in our service this Sunday, which is of course, a yearly occurrence and Mariners is not only a house of prayer for sailors. But it's a house of prayer for all people. And so we want to invite everyone in the Detroit area to come out and be with us on Sunday and every Sunday on which we worship at eleven AM and eight thirty AM also it Mariners, and it's a house of prayer for all people, not only sailors. But of course, this Sunday. We emphasize our city in our regions connection with the Great Lakes and ingratitude. We remember those who have sailed those waters through the years, and I think it's important to underscore. What you just said father, Jeff, and that is this. Now, this Mariner's church. You're always been long thought of is the the maritime sailors cathedral if you will. But really it is now recognized as prayer for all people. Pointed out, I think we needed to just underscore that F Lutely. And so our invitation to the people of Detroit is that this place is not only a place of prayer for sailors. But it's a place for you for men and women and children and families to come and worship and experience. Really, the beauty the beauty of one hundred seventy six years of traditional worship with our full choir. It's a great place and the people of Mariners are really fantastic punch, and we want to welcome everyone in the Detroit area to come experience. Mariners now how does it feel here as Reverend Geoffrey Hubbard the the new rector of Mariner's church only the full time rector in the churches one hundred seventy six year history. I believe you are thirty seven so all of this happened with the wreck of the Edmund FitzGerald, maybe five six years before you were bored. That's right. It is it did happen before. I was even born. And it's exciting to be Mariners. I'm a native of the area. And so it's really a privilege to be serving one of our historic churches in the in the heart of downtown. And even as a great city is experiencing a really great time of economic in spiritual or excuse me, economic and civic renewal right now, we really think that Mariners can be a part of the spiritual revitalization in our city where people can come into Mariners and have a place of solace in respite from the busy world experience. Moments of peace that important weekend your first big and important weekend. There we wish you many more. Is there a website? We can send our WJR listeners to to get all the rundown and information for the weekend. There is all of that information is available on our website at Mariners church of Detroit dot org. Mariner's church of Detroit dot org. Thank you father nice meeting. You look forward to meeting you in person. Thank you,.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You know who you're listening to, right now Her name is Serena McKinnon's Llerena McKenna she is. A Canadian. Singer and probably the best along with Gordon Lightfoot Gordon here not long ago Llerena McKenna, is very special to me and her music. Is very special to me I was, actually. Talking to, Gordon Lightfoot couple of weeks. Ago and I mentioned Lorena McKenna needs simple you know she kind of dropped out she. Was there and, then she, was gone. And I reflected on that a little, bit and I said you know you're right Heard much, from Lorena, McKenna lately And I got, a fax from her office today which. Is kind of interesting and. Tragic and, I had no idea Canadian singer Lorena McKinnon's songs have. Helped popularize Celtic music is donating the proceeds of her new album to, a fund to promote water safety following the, drowning of her fiance last year Again, it's double, CD live, in Paris and Toronto was originally available only by mail, from here her Quinlan road company but now it's, going to be released commercially next month. So we've all got some. More Lorena. McKenna to look forward to and again it's a double CD called live in Paris and Toronto which is I guess what she, does not a bad life all in all That's the news on Rita McKenna, and I,.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Paul McCartney and wings with band on the run. Singer songwriter Gordon Lightfoot head his. Biggest he had an only number one in the summer of nineteen seventy. Four it's a battle lady named. Sundown here is Gordon Life This But Better Please Good Picture I Thank. You Fast Gene Thank. You No The Thank. You That.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And free day slayer I don't know if. It's I, always get, nervous whenever I you know I, look up and finishing, you're, you're laughing your head? Like what are they now are they, making fun of me again Right Eighty percent of the. Time it's funny so we, have we have grand funk, railroad something for the old. Folks slayer minus Mark. Farner Is it. Really grand funk railroad And, then slayer then Gordon Lightfoot yes Gordon Lightfoot Newsman Jim gag Liatti's favorite artists of, all time probably Gordon Lightfoot them? In, the moody. Blew him in. The moody blues? Yeah. Court Kelly Jimmy's right listening now says. Nothing Jimmy used to buy like extra, copies of Gordon Lightfoot albums to. Boost, sales firstly Oh he told me once that he aqui occasionally would. Call Toronto and talk to a. Secretary just to see how things were going with, with to check on the. Tour These days Jimmy is living legend that's the gold standard so how. Are you. Doing this morning Madam good. How, are you very good good. Morning, saw read working yesterday that was something he was at the hospital the around the food table I know I said he interviewing anybody no I'm just having cheese cubes I. Believe what. I said to you. Chuck was no I have to work and buy yes so we were. At the response was I have to. Go, home and take a nap That's right But I did make myself available to comment for you before I left and you chose not to. Interview, me well, you. Know so so there was quite the quite the ceremony, Kelly yesterday the the new pediatric emergency department at. Albany met it's. Pretty amazing it. Really is, they were, you know it was a long. Time coming What it's. About fifty two million dollars and they've raised almost twenty million for it but it's they started. Taking patients last night and much like we talked about the the children's hospital in Albany met which of. Course is all part of the same family this emergency department, is you know they like to say, this and it's so true kids aren't just little, adults and everything is everything is.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on WLOB
"Gordon lightfoot how i'm thinking gordon lightfoot gordon lightfoot if you said gordon lightfoot okay all right all right now i need the year for this seinfeld makes its debut on tv and i wanna know what year i'll say nineteen eighty seven right around there yeah i'll say i'll say eighty nine nine hundred ninety put one down for ray and that is all for now ladies and gentlemen ladies and gentlemen boys and girls i pulled out in the bottom of the night the two strikes bases loaded well at least i got on the board so that's good bob one hundred things to do in portland maine before you pass away well i'm gonna i'm gonna thrown into the little thing here first we're talking about the model t a lot of people don't realize that there is bull feeney's which is the restaurant in the old port is named after john feeney who was a tenacious football player for portland high school hence the nickname bowl and john feeney went to hollywood to follow his brother because he didn't want to stay in portland maine when he graduated and he changed his name because no one would hire the irish back in the day to ford after the model t ford his brother had driven out to california so he called himself bull ford john for the movie director yes i'm kidding i know it's pretty amazing but his brother was francis ford but who is also francis feeney jason's day so you have the whole thing going on but more importantly we got a great movie dynasty francis ford coppola obviously is some kind of legacy going on there and of course nicolas coppola nicolas coupla then you've got who nncholas shoppers but then you've got the floor which is like he's gonna bar on the side then half the floor you can dance and get right up front and it's just a great space to see live performances rocky horror show you her picture show app is a lot of people remember it back when it was a little sceviour and and maybe not so nice lot see i was trying to be nice but yeah backman state theater and gino's was the place to go before you could stream everything online so but now now it's dream what bob back to its reputable reputable sell what would you stream bottle.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on KGO 810
"Sister dared is all right that's right that's gordon lightfoot our good buddy and he's coming to town and we got tickets to give away if you would like to be on that now's the time to do it we have duffy in oakland and bonnie and santa rosa what's up guys how are you great what was all that all right here's the deal we we're going to be sending you guys out and what are you guys are gonna win what you're going to do is you're going to pick from one of our four celebrities tell him the celebrities are we there kellyanne spicy spice missing trump girl who was wearing nothing at all jared is completely naked giving up was completely naked but he has comey's new book on his lap read that i don't want to touch that now that's his nasty and here's the deal gordon lightfoot will be coming to town and he will be appearing at the palace of fine arts of san francisco on april the twenty fifth spf productions nicer gives us tickets duffy you go recalled in first bonnie your second you get to pick one of those folks to finish the song for your first one two three win stuff you've got an advantage because you're i who will sing for you as a missing trump girl spicy spice kellyanne or jared jared jared dj what you got for me all these girls are attempting when you're gone and they say oh you income for dead you're going through puberty you got one bonnie this is craig cray bonnie who will sing for you jerry's also double down on jared did it did you.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on KGO 810
"I got tickets to go see gordon lightfoot and and we're going to give you an option here donning anyway so that in or you can now go see gordon lightfoot at the palace of fine arts in san francisco on wednesday april the twenty fifth furnished by spf production so again jane wiedlin again songwriter and a member of the gogoes who beat the hollywood bowl in july again they're playing together again and or her npa tro they sent a great and just just i mean is such a nice person everything about it i mean i feel like if you were wandering through the crowd you can just walk right up to her and talk to her oh absolutely without a doubt she's like that anyway so eric in san jose and in san francisco whoever wins gets their choice of concert tickets we'll start with you eric you were the first to call in here's how it works first of all say hi to nikki guys nikki oh welcome back nikki nikki was throwing twenty four hours ago you count the weekend it was four days we just can't leave yeah it was like being without indoor plumbing it was really a diff anyway eric you get to pick we have four people the saying of course we have our standards we have spicy spice we have kellyanne we have missing trump girl and incident in in lieu of jared being out we have the the one and the only no it's not robert muller it is ryan right obamacare i didn't recognize you without the widow speak you shaved it back for your biceps knows of trump's ass i probably didn't recognize eric so you get to pick a hey been around dj drop the needle old the broom but i got laugh i know who because i got i'm trying to do a lead in there thing i'm not turn so you don't have to worry about this in spicy spicy was we're both girls feels my pain i'm gonna go with paul ryan what do you got for us.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"To not bring my driver's license with me and i had no problem leaving the country but they wouldn't let me back in without my driver's license you almost inadvertently became canadian and i stood there we're out in the middle of nowhere in the woods at this border station while they call the hospital where i was born to verify my identity and birth and i had on a black and red check lumberjack wool shirt and the character newsman from the station not the one that was getting married but a guy that eventually became a tv weatherman is trying to convince the border guard that i'm really gordon lightfoot and i actually think for i actually did look a little bit like gordon lightfoot in those days because i looked at a photograph when i thought of this story a few days ago and i thought well i can see a slight resemblance though i look like then anyway we're talking pork loin roast chunkys and as i said earlier this is a recipe and method that makes an economical but surprisingly flavorful easy grilling meal it'll fast become a goto favorite we prep the chunkys marinade them overnight and got our twozone fire setup going for a fairly quick cook allow your fire to settle down for about ten minutes or so and working in batches place the chunkys directly over the fire with the lid up rotate and move them around on the grill frequently quickly avoiding any possible burn spots this cook is not gonna take a long time if you want you can move the chunkys over to the cool zone and closed the lid for two to three minutes during the cook which will help cook the internal part of the chunkys i wouldn't do it for much longer than two or three minutes and then back over the hot zone where you keep moving them around so they don't burn check your temp with an instant read digital probe regularly from thermo works if you don't have one you can go to meet masters radio dot com and click on the thermo works link and it will take you right to the ones we recommend our target temp is one thirty eight to one forty the final temperature but we wanna make sure we have a good sear on the.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Am 750 w s every morning depend on it red alert an eye toward aamir bullet industrial boulevard will update in less than three minutes don't leave light this morning folks it's 509 armed attempt after 55 another teen in custody for threatening a high school this time in gwinnett county wsb's michelle wright is live with details on the threat and what charges the boys facing bronnikov the threat of video showing a teen loading a gun with this message south who neck you're next equities charging that sixteen year old with making terroristic through let's just a few days prior the foresight county sheriff's office arresting and charging another sixteen year old boy for threatening to shoot up a school they're corporal doug rainwater telling me police are quick to investigate any threat as soon as we receive one we don't wait till the next day and about the charges this mom telling channel 2 absolutely i do think that it was the best thing to do reporting live michelle wright wsb a deadly tornado outbreak kills at least four people in the mid south rosalie cooper and her parents huddled in a bathroom as the twister hit their home and kaiser arkansas it was kinda eerie they got quiet and then hear the wind it was just something with all other tornadoes left a path of destruction and kentucky and tennessee a deadly avalanche takes the life of washington man of the mountains east of seattle the 32yearold man his wife had been hiking and sledding with three friends of the crystal springs snow parks you were rescued by friends after being buried in the snow would one of those had to be resuscitated the other two suffered minor injuries wsb news time 511 bitch loved farfetched daughters here in atlanta's morning news gordon lightfoot in seventy hall those plays carefree hardware as we will have when this ornate and.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All right bradley take care yes good to hear from you we have john and bill rick a dawn hello how you doing very good health vote tiff highway by a good my foot i dunno that one gordon lightfoot yeah tiff we highway uh but uh i don't know angela geno go with power there's no power and a gordon life it's on i mean he's good yeah but there's any power ballot carefully highway i dunno on so i'm going to have to depend on energy yeah i don't know somebody's will play for you but hey gordon lightfoot year canadian he's good years all right well write it down okay thanks a lot you know ability to get done danny clayton in new jersey i clayton yes what's up i like carry on our way were son oh i can't remember which group is though off hands terry on my way would son they'll be peace when you had done something something something something don't you cried no more battle alannah who is yet to everybody with that one more time ago layer weary headdress don't you cried no mall who is it the does that is kansas again the dust in the win people enter say sanity kansas yeah okay yeah that's without counting the power boat andrew says he me i'm writing it down carryon my wayward son they'll be peace when you are done layer weary head to rest to what ukraine o'meara clayton anything else no it okay take care brother are you too what about bon jovi norman said bon jovi surprises not say bon jovi because bon jovi from i believe new jersey right dead or alive i'm wanted dead or alive does not count it's all the same only the names will change every day it seems where wasting away another place the faces a socalled i drive on i just to get back home i'm a cowboy on a steel horse i ride i'm wanted wanted dead or alive does that not count there's no real girl involved i like it though it's about this you know guys gone from town to town plan is six string and riding a motorcycle with pictured count let's take a break get to the weather in news studios news played quite or the years welcome for international travellers arriving at a number of major airports around.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Di took up drumming and was a jazz drummer and a singer with uh with big bans uh before he found his calling um in folk music and uh and that's really you know he moved from being just a great singer into being a great singer and songwriter know there's a great picture in your book of gordon in his 'choirboy outfit and boy it it is a classic talk about his breakthrough it it he kind of was noticed as kind of a fluke i guess well i mean who who had a great break i'm in that he was managed by the same guy who managed bob dylan and that was albert grossman and albert gross than it was the powerbroker the guy with all the connections in the '60s in greenwich village in new york and court gordon lightfoot songs were suddenly placed with all the top artists so that's really how is break came about lewis that um albert grossman got gordon lightfoot songs recorded by peter pond mary and judy collins and before you know it uh you know there was a number one hit song uh marty robbins had with gordon lightfoot ribbon of darkness that was a number one country hip and uh and that kind of set set gordon lightfoot on his way you know what early songs like early morning rain and uh before levin me although songs became hits for other artists and then before long um gordon lightfoot big breakthrough came with if you could read my mind which was you know a hit for himself and he you mentioned bob dylan and bob dylan have been tied from that point until today absolutely it's i think it's like a case if they just um you know they admire each other's songwriting so um they you know they've recorded each other song as they've performed each other's songs and whenever they get together which are often went bob dylan comes to toronto he'll he'll look up gordon lightfoot they'll get together and they'll uh they'll they'll just have a private jam session whether we're we're don't trade songs just you know basically keeping up with which with each other's work have you ever got to sit in on one of those oh my god to be a flyonthewall gordon life bob dylan i do have a photograph of the two of them in one of those sessions uh in the book on the back cover actually.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The takes place today the bill that was recovered from the ship brings only once a year it happens at a ceremony at the great lakes shipwreck museum in whitefish point michigan ceremonies this evening at seven o'clock gordon lightfoot as you know probably paid tribute in a saudi out in nineteen seventy six some of those lyrics right at seven pm the main hatch week in he said fellas it's been good to know you you follow us on twitter by the way with the username thismorningshow you can follow me directly there as well at gordon deal it's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news it in the white house as president trump believes aamir allegation especially one from many years ago shouldn't be allowed to destroy a person's life and that in response joe washington post story that alabama republican senate candidate roy more had sexual contact with a fourteen year old when he was a thirty two year old assistant district attorney press secretary sarah sanders believes that these allegations are judged the right thing beside them more campaign denies the report as the very definition of fake news and intentional defamation morris facing a special election next month comedian and louis c k has been accused of sexual misconduct towards several women including masturbating in front of them according to a report in the new york times five women allege the emi winning star of act louis either pleasure d himself in front of them asked to do it or did so over the phone a representative for the comedians osce came in a written statement in the coming days that texas church where more than two dozen people were killed gunmen during sunday's services will be demolished pastor or frank pomeroy whose fourteen year old daughter was among the victims told leaders of the southern baptist convention that it would be too painful to.
"gordon lightfoot" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT
"I do mostly '60s and '70s kind of folk music soft rock music a few original tunes it'll just kinda depending on the audience and dave day was a great singer and he'll he'll do uh he'll do a lot of the similar type of music gordon lightfoot bob dylan i like by tailoring so it'll be a good show i think we're going to have two hours to perform and it's free so come on on have a cup of coffee in to your show yeah i wish i could go i tell you i've got my big seminar coming up that night that thursday right august third maybe we'll be aspect naomi ever the second half yes so hey listeners maybe we can do that we can renovate manner some further y'all come to my seminar for their from six to seven thirty and then we can hop on a on the train or whatever it is and gone over to watch sam play toy 15minute ride so that's it that's it so let me ask you one question who were some into favorite an artist she liked to cover premise hoverer you have heard i covered the beatles cover janice in gordon lightfoot the eagles jackson browne sampath simoni effort on my own misery famous and passive mantia so it's going to his it came up on stage rushing watching a little to his office by the way or in a couple of songs had no ideas layers could sing there are they uh no she's uh she's amazing she's a better schengen i am i can tell you she really really good at a good boy i got ta be honest with his she sees good but i wanted to bring sam back on.