25 Burst results for "Hank Williams"
"hank williams" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"Though I mean that's still pretty amazing. Right? I mean, I'm not alone there right the Milky Way as a whole has about one hundred billion stars and it could have as many as four hundred billion. That's up to three, hundred, ninety, nine, billion, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, million, nine, hundred, eighty, thousand stars that we can't even see from Earth in our own galaxy. Again. Let's talk about one of our neighbors Venus if you were to place a call to somebody on Venus probably they wouldn't answer because they'd be fried. I, don't call people. But if they did, it would take thirty minutes between responses. That's how far Venus's and that's you know the closest planet to Earth but it still between twenty, four, million in one, hundred, sixty, two, million miles away depending upon where it is in its orbital path it takes light anywhere from two to fifteen minutes to get from Earth to Venus and vice. Versa incense telecommunications travel at the speed of light that means it would take up to thirty minutes between responses while having a phone call with somebody on the planet Venus, it's better to just taxed according to NASA. The farthest human being has ever gotten from Earth. was, of course, the Moon Landing, the pinnacle of humanity's technological achievements that that was two, hundred, fifty, thousand miles away. So basically, one point three light seconds. That's as far as we've gotten at this point according to Real, Clear Science Carl Sagan of course, visionary and in his book contact he theorized that the first thing aliens would see of us now think about this. You know we've talked about this before we've really only. Started sending any kind of electronic information out into space in the last hundred years the first signal that was broadcast that was powerful enough to break past Earth's atmosphere was Hitler's opening speech at the nineteen, thirty, six Olympics and Berlin. So there's a good chance of aliens are picking up our transmissions. The first thing they're going to see is Hitler. Oh, I did not realize that why would why would that be a thing? When you mean and I'm misunderstanding the first broadcast that was strong enough to break free off the earth has like the first general broadcast I broadcast that we sent into space. Just because I was thinking like we were, we were all like, okay. Well, what are we going to send? No no hank. Williams obviously. Do some Hitler like now. Okay Thank Williams in Hitler okay. What you're saying now thank you. Yeah it's weird to think that alien somewhere out there like you know fifty light years away are now watching leave it to beaver string theory says that there shouldn't be just one universe but a whole lot of them floating around like Baubles I guess the best way to kind of try to envision it. How was hours crafted? How was hours born speculation? Is that the? Big Bang came from another universe splitting apart or perhaps a couple of them crashing together that we are essentially a recycled universe. Sure. While some scientists believe the expansion of the universe is getting faster and accelerating some have a different theory that distant celestial bodies that seem that way than that seemed to be traveling faster is only an illusion because we're looking back in time. So that means that they were moving faster in the past and they are now which means that time is actually slowing down even though. It appears to US still be expanding. We Are Living Carl. Sagan. Said this frigging Carl Sagan changed my life. We are living inside an explosion, but it is happening. So slow by our perspective that we do not know that we don't recognize that how slow will universe we don't know one theory is that it just might slow to a stop but according to a paper published in the physical review letters the existence of dark energy in the universe means that. We could have only a few tens of billions of years left in the universe before it stops and then begins contracting in on itself eventually creating yet another big bang. So the theory is the universe Big Bang Boom. It expands to the point where there's just too much resistance. From dark matter. And then contracts back on itself. Another explosion takes place it goes out again and it just keeps cycling through this process endlessly interestingly according to wikipedia some electrons do the same thing an electron in an atom spreads out according to its energy, the states with much more energy or more spread out in time the electron react to the Proton via it's overlapping portion and it collapses in on itself to a point in the nucleus, and then disappears as it becomes part of a new neutron and that makes sense that something to us a very small scale. would be repeated on a much larger scale. We see at nature all the time. Right you know like we were looking at I think it was during Cosmos they were showing photos of. The universe. Oh. Yeah. The the overall appearance of what they speculate the universe might look like might look like when you pull out far enough right it looks like brain synapses it's webbing and netting which. Is. Again, a very familiar. You're looking thing you know if things are repeated in nature one scale, we've got in this theory universes that expand to a point where they can't go any further then collapse back in on selves and re explode in backout out, and then on the other end of the spectrum, there are electrons doing. Almost exactly the same thing. So is our universe Justin Electron in a much bigger universe and is our electron from our perspective is that a universe? When they panned out at the end of men in black and the universe on Orion's belt. Was A universe. You know in itself and they panned out and we were on a belt of. SPF. Goes on forever for water from both ends of the spectrum that we're in electronic a much larger universe that's an electron and a much larger universe, and then a similar cascading effect down through.
Little Richard song to introduce 'Monday Night Football'
"ESPN is switching from country to rock for their Monday night football theme song this season will feature a new version of Little Richard's hit. Rip it Up. Hank Williams Jr had sung the theme song for years and a version of his hit. All My Rowdy Friends are Coming Over tonight, Little Richard Song was a number one or in be hit 1956 for the flamboyant rock n Roll Hall of Fame. ER, who died just in May. Show's looking for new energy to their pre kickoff production is NFL games are being held with fewer fans in the stands due to Corona virus.
Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart to Join Country Hall of Fame
"Before he formed the band. The fabulous superlatives, which which is is just just a a tad tad redundant, redundant, isn't isn't it? it? A A little little fabulous fabulous is is a a superlative superlative Marty Marty Stuart, Stuart, songwriter songwriter Dean Dean Dylan and junior Hank Williams Jr your newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Marty is going in as a modern era artist category, Dean in the songwriter category, and Hank Jr goes in in the Veterans era artist. Which is pretty significant been 60 years since his father, the great Hank Williams, went and to the country Music Hall of Fame. Dean Dylan. Has written songs for and this is just a partial list. Alabama, Brooks and Dunn. He wrote Tennessee whiskey. David Allen coded it. George Jones did it, Chris Stapleton, most recently. He's written songs for Hank Jr Whalen, Ernest Tubb, Keith Whitley, Kenny Chesney. Lee Ann Womack. Pam kill us, Toby Keith wrote about a dozen Toby Tombs. Vern Gosden. Vince Gill. And rode over 55 0 wrote more than 50 songs and shipped him off to some guy named George Strait. Including If I know me, I've come to expect it from you. Marina del Rey Oceanfront property. The chair in Georgia's first hit unwound written by Dean Dylan. Wow. It's just about all of them. That's just and just thinking If you're not from the most people, I think are familiar with the appearance of one Marty Stuart. Yes, but if you're not go to the Google machine Google, Marty Stuart and just for fun Z's Let me know Charlie Parker and I heart media dot com. How long you think it takes him every morning? Get that hair like that. I'm gonna go 45 minutes, and it's got to be at least 1/2 hour, at least at least 1/2 hour. I wonder how much hair spray Might you some kind of jailers? I don't know. It looks great, but he's got nice here. Thanks, Siegfried And Roy. I don't know which one but I don't know. He doesn't know Marty Stuart compared to Tiger. Wow. Just the hair. No, not even noon. And Marty's here has got nothing on Dean dealings. Mustache. No. Nothing. Well, congratulations to Marty Jr and Dean Dylan all going into the country Music Hall of Fame.
"hank williams" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Okay. I think of Hank Williams Sr Marty Stuart hair. Yeah. From nice hair or scarf. One of the two steam Dylan. Who songwriter Jerry's got nothing. I got nothing. I go a step further and songwriter I go George Strait. OK, he wrote over 60 silently 60 songs for George, and he's written for a whole bunch of people. Those are your three newest inductees. Into the country Music Hall of Fame. We'll have more on that. Coming up later on this morning, Big day for the Spurs eighth and final regular season game is today. Spurs Jazz for 50 Here on W. O EI Chris dual game day warm up five o'clock Bill Schoening with the pre Game 5 30 for the game. And as you know, the Spurs need to win and have at least two Of the three other participants that being the Grizzlies, Phoenix and Portland lose Grizzlies Play it three o'clock. Against the Bucks, who have nothing to play for Phoenix place at three o'clock against Dallas has nothing to play for. And Portland Place. Brooklyn tonight at eight o'clock who has nothing. To play for so we should know something Give you an idea of where things are going By the time the Spurs tip off, we'll have more on the N ba college football. Pro football coming up throughout the course of the morning. Those were the days Rush Limbaugh's morning commentary all coming up before seven o'clock and Corona Virus Cove it 19. Inside the numbers coming your way in 15 minutes. Score your virtual ticket to be a part of music history on the capital, One band Wall Interactive video experience. I'm Next Volesky, a select quote agent with a true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a year. A woman named Linda just called Her husband. Ray has a $300,000 group life.
Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart to join Country Hall of Fame
"Hank Williams junior Marty Stuart and songwriter dean Dillon have been named to the country music hall of fame marches are a letter with the latest Williams junior says his induction into the country music hall of fame as a bright spot during a difficult year his daughter died in June Marty Stuart says the hall of fame as the country's ultimate treasure chest I've always felt like I was a part of it but to be officially inducted into the hall of fame it is beyond words I'm usually not at a loss for words Dylan is known for writing songs like Tennessee whiskey as well as the chair for George Strait and get my drink on for Toby Keith details on the induction ceremony are still being worked out
Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart to join Country Hall of Fame
"Hank Williams junior Marty Stuart and songwriter dean Dillon have been named to the country music hall of fame marches are a letter with the latest Williams junior says his induction into the country music hall of fame as a bright spot during a difficult year his daughter died in June Marty Stuart says the hall of fame as the country's ultimate treasure chest I've always felt like I was a part of it but to be officially inducted into the hall of fame it is beyond words I'm usually not at a loss for words Dylan is known for writing songs like Tennessee whiskey as well as the chair for George Strait and get my drink on for Toby Keith details on the induction ceremony are still being worked out
"hank williams" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Favorite rocking chair. And my favorite rocking chair. That's how much is the price on it. It's Hank Williams rocking chair. $10,000. I sit in it every time I go over and rocking it very comfortable rocking chair. Of course, you know we're not doing that right now, Like like many other businesses, Memorabilia dot expert has basically kind of close their doors to be coming in and out, but you can always reach him online and if a very successful Amount of auctions going on on stuff they have online. Yes, just goto. Remember leah dot iceberg? That was 10. Ted Williams, not Hank Williams. And Williams is the singer. Yeah, and also yes, but they are open still to do some evaluations if you want something evaluated. They They are appraisers also so they could do that. And they buy and sell and you go there. You talk to Victor Kita. Right, Victor Kita? Yes, and eating all right, great people. The course is Independence Day. And depending on where you live Fireworks may or may not be legal like here in Las Vegas there legal for today, and I think to cut off his midnight, But even then it's pretty restrictive because we're under a red flag warning and what that means is that we have dry winds that are around us that are pretty strong, Gusty. And once the fire gets started, that's the best way to spread it in the quickest So there are some restrictions on using fireworks today, and I just saw on the news last night. You think sparklers air are harmless? Those burned at 1500 degrees Fahrenheit. I didn't know that. That's that's 1/3 degree burn right there, isn't it? Yes. So, uh, once again, Dependence day, be careful for using fireworks. Treat them. With care. Simple reason. As hospitals have a lot of injuries because of fireworks Day summer, you know, just slight fingers with burns and at the people of that actually lost fingers and eyes. Over doing bad things with fireworks now when I was younger, I happened to see some friends of mine because I did not do this. They got Roman candles and they were shooting Roman candles of each other. And I thought, Wow, that that was just insane. And of course, my only experience was shooting bottle rockets that, Yeah, it's pretty pretty easy there. They're supposed to go up in the sky and pop, but I was out in the driveway. She bottle rockets up and I let one it went up. It didn't pop. It came down on the top of my neighbor's cars, Vinyl roof. And then it popped. So I was a little bit trouble. Little bit trouble. Then after that, So if you're looking for a V s so U can always get a hold of the Nevada State Veterans Office by calling 702892 I'm sorry. That is wrong. It's different number than that. I put the wrong number in here, so we'll correct that next time. Let's hit those covert 19 numbers were going this week worldwide 11.3 million. That's up over 1.3 million We went from last week's deaths at 499,530. 1000 is pretty good increase there and we also world recoveries, who went from 5.4 to 6.3 million. So just about a 1,000,000 Maurine recoveries. Which to me that that's always the good news is we get more recoveries. Of course, United States It's not looking is bright is what we would like it to be. We're up to 2.9 million cases. We have over 132,000 deaths when the president wanted to keep that cap around 125,000 and we've kind of exceeded that and we'll get into that after I give the numbers out. Different reasons why that happened. And of course, the recovery rate we've gone up by about 200,000 which isn't a CZ large as I would like to see. We went from 1 to 1.2 million. Here in the state of Nevada. We're up it 21,500 cases of covert 19. And that's up from 16.3 1000 last week, and the deaths went up by 30 which is a little bit larger than last week. Went up last week. I think about 28 we went up about two higher than that to 30 this past us. This past week. Now we look at these numbers each week, and they're still numbers that are climbing. Which Kind of gets me nervous in a way, but In another way, it doesn't as I said, Today is Independence Day. And what better way to show your independence by taking that mask off? I mean, if you look at the definition independence, let's go ahead and look at that. Right from the dictionary. It's the freedom control influence support. Are the like of others. That means a lot of people or brandishing it by casting caution to the wind. And pulling that mask right off, and that's that's one of the things that's happening out there. Of course. And again. I call him looters and shooters. I don't know what you call him. You may call protesters. But what I've seen looters and shooters is is probably the biggest part of it, and I don't see any of those wearing mask is that that always makes the news When there's police involved, and the public involved, he see it on the news. You see very few mask so You know, what are we doing here? Coming. I can say this now is that the pandemic Israel And we always stress retro normal. Because if we did the retro normal we could probably not have to wear a mask today if we started that from the very beginning, But we didn't so one of the things we do today's. We wear masks to help. Protect ourself from spreading it everybody else and if everybody did, that it would be a much better place. And I know some people can't wear masks but then has been recommended that they try a face mask on instead, and there's a really nifty ones out. There's ones that are kind of eyeglass type that you put on and covers your face. My wife just bought a hat. Has a wide brim on it. And the thing goes, that's velcroed on. Field comes down in front of you. So there's kind of semi ones out there and not that I'm promoting Amazon vile, promote smile dot amazon dot com because you can select Veterans Transition Resource Center as a charity that you want to support and a portion of what you buy comes back to us..
Hank Williams Jr.'s 27-year-old daughter killed in accident
"In a bunch of notes what hang junior's daughter died yeah that all that Morgan tell me what happened over there so I guess she was driving it was in Tennessee and they were towing a boat and they cross the highway median and rolled over and she died in the accident and how old is she she was twenty seven years old and and from the looks of her Instagram she has two kids dating that that really statement even if she wasn't Hank junior daughter that stinks I think it made this the new location thank god our oh man well I hate to
"hank williams" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Hour northwest. Madison's Addison on the show. Love it great. Thank you welcome to work near. My hasn't thank you very much. Let me ask you a question. Andhra if you don't mind. Would you like us to talk? More about corona virus or a lot more Maybe just more just more got it. Okay Sandra hang on the phone okay. You're not coming to us for all your corona again yelling. Yeah thank you. Wash your hands okay. Last night I'm just living my life and then over twitter Tom. Hanks goes Got Krona virus. And that's when they hit me that everybody else paying attention I was already. Yeah but that's when it hit me I was like oh well. People are GonNa pay attention because the first major major celebrity's got corona virus as a him and Rita Wilson. They said we'll be tested. Observed isolated for as long as public health and safety requires. But there aren't Australia and people were like well that's why they got to get tested. There are no. You can't get tested here really. It's hard scuba Steve. Try to guess that he couldn't yesterday he was like the hospital. Doesn't have it to where their insurance can't get it for me. We just gotTA chill so but also prior super famous. Probably get tested superfan but let's go to VIP CORONA Tom Hanks has it and his wife. the basketball thing happened last night familiar march madness nope so what's happened with the NBA. Is that. They cancelled the jazz in the thunder. Were playing my girlfriend's a die hard thunder fans watching the game and something weird happened. They're not saying what's going on. So we get on twitter or kind of flipping through and they still haven't said he of what's going on so there's a player that has krona virus tested positive corona virus. He wasn't on the court but all the players on his team then have been around him and they've been with the from the other team so they all get shipped off the court. They canceling game well before. The game runs on the floor referees gather. Oh we'll get you got nutty. And so they take them both and they quarantine them into their locker rooms and then NBA goes wealth. Anybody that this team played in the past few that you need to be quarantined too so I was like the cavs the Knicks. So then they just want you know what no basketball they've postponed the entire NBA because of that plow which was pretty nutty. I just thought I didn't know it was like legit because somebody I thought they were just like okay. We're just GONNA put this off because gathering people together. It doesn't make sense. We don't arrest getting so this player though like two days ago is at a press. Conference is making a joke. About Corona virus. In much of microphones down there. And all the local microphones and he takes his hands and put all over all the microphone. Oh my gosh you're joking. And he was making a joke but he is the one with it last ironic. Don't you think it's like a roller buyer is crazy Nba's done sc tournament. Tonight here in Nashville is no fans only essential staff. I I'd love to be essential tonight. Sure gusted up last night watching the Arkansas game. It was the last game they played with fans. Arkansas Vanderbilt. Arkansas wins a pumped and I'm ready to go tonight and they're like nobody can come so I'm just trying to somehow get me can get a job real quick over the bridge. Somebody there is GonNa see you as essential to show up and be like for most of my life. I'd like to be essentially So that's tonight it's everything's Gone bonkers Caesar Crazy Times. The Mavericks Mark Cuban who owns the team. They know from Shark tank for sure. He's on his phone and they have a video of him when the NBA T- tweets out. A all games are done and he goes. Whoa you see him see they're no more NBA Games and so during the ESPN broadcast last night. It's the Mavericks Nuggets Mark. Cuban says instead of talking about there's more at stake than just basketball here. You go not about basketball or money. I mean literally if this thing is just explode into the point where you know all of a sudden players and others thinking about your family. You want to make sure you're doing this the right way. You know 'cause now it's it's much more personal and you've seen what's happened in other countries but just the whole idea that it's come disclosed and potentially a couple of players have it Just stunning isn't the right word. He talking about people getting a second off so that happened. I was on a lot of calls last night and where people are going. Hey what should we do with our events not even events that I'm a part of like oddly? I've become someone that's on these little councils about events and so it had three calls last night about major events going here. What should we do? How should we do it? And so it's like four or five of us on a call. You don't WanNa be the one person that keeps an event going and then a lot of people will get sick at your event because if you know who knows what's GonNa Happen. But they make documentaries about people that is the one person because there's nothing to gain really if you're that person let's keep our begnaud and then a lot of people get sick. You are the you're the bad person but if you are to cut your event right now or postpone it you don't lose anything because you're doing what others are doing for the sake of public health it's inconvenient to a lot of people because everything's I've had I've like four things cancelled or postponed last couple of days. And who cares right? I don't want to get sick and all people to die. Yeah It's it's it's not the Joe Rogan guy on. He's like us where he's just trying to get people on to speak at it more so than him. Come on and give opinions. I don't really listen to anybody on CNN or Fox News or MSNBC if they're an anchor talking about what they know. I like it when they bring doctors talk about what they know. And even the doctors go. We don't even know all the information yet like we're learning to. That's why it's called novel. That's what that means when they go. Novel Co vid novel means new. They don't know what's happened fully yet. So here we go number one. The Krona virus isn't going away next week. It could be three to six months this too and I saw One of Donald Trump's main age yesterday testifying yesterday. Going this is ten times worse than the flu like this. This is could be like just what it is specifically and I think that's a lot of the reason the present had TV last night and finally go all right. This is the thing which watch that last night I went straight from. The love is blind. Reunion is odd. We were watching. Love is blind reunion only halfway through it. It's kind of trash though I would say the reunion wasn't my favorite and I'm not done with it. Yeah but it's Kinda trash not the show as a whole isn't trash. It didn't hold up the standards out of the show the reunion. They're just sitting around all fighting for time it's Watch second half tonight for so I was watching the the Oklahoma City Thunder basketball game Donald trump talk then. Arkansas play Vanderbilt and is a late night last. I'm a dog is sick again The pandemic could be ten times worse than a bad flu season so a bad flu season ten times worse. It's not just disease for people. Although elderly people with compromised immune systems have the highest fatality risk. And don't give me if it's just old people people real people to yes they are old people live our life when you have an old person or when you're the older person whole different ballgame. Yeah what people you know what? It's people in the South who cares weird there about four days between when you can breathe in in contract the disease and when you show symptoms so if you were to get today Thursday Tuesday you'd be like oh the primary method for transmission is breathing again. This is from Krona virus infectious disease expert. Michael Oster Home. So he was going on. It's a good thing I listen to. I watched it on Youtube on Joe. Rogan's podcast so any questions. I just don't WanNA stop. I don't WanNA breathe anywhere the NCAA. Tournament the big tournaments can play in an empty. Arenas nobody there. So but I accept essential staff which. I'm really hoping I can happen. That a central class We're we're GONNA off Corona now. We're not doing a lot. We'll come on to a corona recap tomorrow. The surgeon general's on which I think is pretty great. It's a great get for us. There is no doctor higher than the surgeon. General he is as far as our system in America is the number one doctor So he'll be on tomorrow here on the show the Friday morning conversation with the surgeon. General Hawk Jerome at Dr Adams. Don't Hey I'm Joe Levy and on the latest episode of inside the studio. I sat down with one of the all-time Great Singer. Songwriters James Taylor. We talked about his new album. Where is music comes from? And how telling his life story through. His songs has helped him. Music saved my life but I was lucky also to survive. I did some very stupid. Some some years at were just really high risk unnecessarily so a lot of people around us died so join me. Joe Editor at large at billboard for this and other in-depth conversations with the biggest artists in music wasn't on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get podcasts. Here's a story. The next big fashion trend for men is Pearl necklaces right. Apparently the new trendy accessory for men is the Pearl Necklace Carey styles for real usher. And so I wanted to bring on Nikki from Rogers and Holland's jewelers in Chicago. She's a specialist for merchandising. Nikki how are you got hurry? L? I'm good so tell me about this because I you know I. I like to be somewhat in the trends. What if I were to put on a Pearl Necklace? What would you think about that? I think it's a great idea. Start the trend with all the celebrities. No the long because my grandma used to have one. That would go down like belly button. It was sometimes. She'd doubled up you taking over the neck again. Yeah talking data linked we talking like 'cause I don't feel like a choker would be right for me. What do you think I agree? I think.
"hank williams" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Actually loved Hank Williams senior which makes sense because Tom Hanks you know blacked out in its own way and that was one of the people that Buddy Holly love to listen to wasn't there on the other plane crash in nineteen sixty three yes the next the next thing that would happen is cowboy Copas who was a national star he had done a fourteen day tour with Buddy Holly Hank Thompson and and George Jones he was actually returning from the benefit for the window of cactus Jack hall a local disc jockey would die to crash he was riding in a single propeller paper Comanche with fellow musicians hack shop Hopkins and Patsy Cline pilot the pilot Randy Hughes lost their visibility and went down about seventy miles north of Nashville is that's the plane crash that killed Patsy Cline yes oh my gosh that was March fifth nineteen sixty three ones that tell you about these little planes is in general I don't like them at high I really recommend no one to fly in nam unless they're just doing something very safe but again we see even this horrific accident that involves Kobe Bryant in the stock seven other people they should never have taken off that day because of the weather they should never been given clearance right yeah exactly and then the same thing with Buddy Holly it was bad weather that pilot was only trained in flight flying and not with his instrument was bad then we talk in sixty one year old technology which wasn't that sophisticated exactly yes what happened what happened in sixty four with the original crickets okay the original crickets for that was part of buddies group right yeah yeah the original ones cherry Alison Joe be mark lane and Sonny Curtis and they continued as the group and brought in seventeen year old David Backstreet place buddy Holley not box was born in Texas and join the crickets in nineteen sixty he did a couple of recordings with them that didn't go over well you know it's hard to bring place body hauling let's put it that way and on October twenty third of nineteen sixty four David backs hired a Cessna Skyhawk one seventy two the flight was show in Harris County Texas in his drummer in his guitar player left right after the show and shortly after take off the sense that nose dived into the ground killing all three pass these are people who just had some kind of relationship with Buddy Holly or something that just seems like everybody who it hadn't saw his their lives touched by Buddy Holly something tragic happen to them pretty much yes yes even doing all this research I haven't played his music because and I'm kinda creeped out because when I started doing this research he definitely is popping up I'm having get all week long I had people are sending me text messages of stuff scene I just heard something about the Buddy Holly curse and I was thinking and I thought of you he's and tonight actually I'm in Savannah Georgia and I was out and I had sent a prayer to the gentleman that lost their lives and I said it's a shame down here that we never hear any of your music and right after I bought that this car dealership in Savannah which is illegally using us but they did a commercial to the melody of what bomba seven women the radial Susan stay with us we're gonna take a quick break we'll come back and talk more about this sort of a strange curse with all kinds of strange things that have happened and even a Gary Busey who played Buddy Holly in the movie something happened to him too we'll be back in a moment on coast to coast AM sign up now for coastal zone our free email newsletter get it today it coast to coast AM dot com welcome back to sports view next topic is it really all about power makes me think a progressive name your price tool give you the power to find options based on your budget let's go to Chuck for in a relevant analogy may back in the day people in that's how many are deserving the quake they just took the oranges they didn't say on a six seven twelve fifty whatever it was all Regis you get me we get your Jack in a word oranges into a straight with the progressive name your price to a progressive casualty insurance company and the construction company limited by state law news.
"hank williams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"This is an eighty million dollar production cost me the most expensive film in American film history to feature an all black cast his actors at age twenty five was set to earn more than any other black actors in Hollywood history for a roll of film who is the actress the film was stream girls it was loosely based on Diana Ross and the Supremes the actress was beyond say reportedly made twelve and a half million dollars five easy to it is easy to form in Houston in nineteen sixty nine early on personnel changes led to the trio of Billy Gibbons dusty hill and Frank beard beard ironically being the only band member who doesn't sport a long beard their first album literally titled ZZ top's first album was released in nineteen seventy one they would go on to released fifteen studio albums selling over fifteen million worldwide his albums of all time Hank Williams forty greatest forty six is a two record compilation was released in nineteen seventy eight on the twenty fifth anniversary of Williams death it was the first compilation of his work that did not fall subject to special mixes and re recordings over dubs are artificial duets with family members as such the album is considered the perfect starting point for Hank Williams newcomers and a must have for fans of the genre the album is also the best selling Hank Williams album of his career on the way innocent why does that make the brass think any differently about the question in two minutes.
"hank williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Yes is funny. some of the story. there's Hank Williams junior earlier Waylon Jennings but does plan a lot of Wayland song think Williams was there's a story from the essence any symphony the other night and for the life of me I can't figure this one out there's a concert there's a violent strike a soloist I suppose in the end Sophie motor and she's with the CSL and there was someone in the front row recording ms motor on our phone. and the violinist sought stopper performance and asked the woman to please stop recording instead of stopping the woman trying to try to start a conversation with her and everything stopped Erica's sister op the needle scratched off the record the whole bit and the woman said the the violinist said Hey guess what unless you stop recording I'm gonna leave. in which point CSOs president came for he was in the crowd he took charge of the woman's seed he said the told the Enquirer that he never got an answer whether one was recorded performance. and should perform better perceived of deleted it she was escorted out and then she started the whole movement over again but yeah I just saw Hank and kid rock in ten plays a mean fell I don't know about a violent but he throws down on the fiddle there are a lot of people recording and he didn't seem to be bothered by. according to star there's a lot of science I guess in the back your tickets as you're not allowed to record the performance what why would that be different with the symphony versus a show you see at river band or anywhere else for that matter. what what why would that disturb a violin soloist I could see if it's flashing light or something like that but. how do other musicians only pull this off of the crowd going nuts thrown beach balls around LOC a beach ball at the CSL beach balls or anything else it doesn't faze musicians whatsoever this thing. I need you absolutely to be quiet and also the focus laser like on my performance because literally every note is a gem. but what can I go to the CSO rock record of violent isn't it in the person's best interest to because then it goes on the interwebs more people see it may want to come to your shows later. so like your recording I I was one of the two you see all these people the concert. recording every song in their phone to go what exactly are you gonna do with this video well the posted on you too I can get a a literally a someone has recorded this in using real sound equipment not just a crappy phone on your galaxy three to record the sound of this concept is a sense also me your ears but guess what I'm AT speaker it's gonna sound like hell. over the interwebs. there is to stand in a recording the entire concert what are you going to do it as a bootleg concert and also doing it what what is it you're gonna post them go wow that's awesome because you're you're not yeah don't RO double K. your. see anything anyway. yeah there's gonna be somebody at some company that's actually recording it from close to the stage in. you watch it on TV or pay for the you'll pay for the download of the DVD or whatever it might be I just I don't know what it is about the orchestras the CSL again and go how come you can't record I am not I'm not a geek using this yes inning bad just I just it's interesting every concert event to have any problem if you recorded DO for your own use. but they're they're literally the show stopped because the woman is our front row recording the performance of the violence I I I wish I'd answer though I don't know maybe someone CSO has an answer for me on that one I don't know if it's just one of those rules of. polite concerts when you go to a symphony performance certain why that's different than any other concert I don't know big question mark US be in probably a bigger question mark the naps. would be the question mark hanging over our bangles this morning now yesterday I had Daniel Horan Dan on my brother he's older than me and I thought that quite honestly the bangles a pull this thing out there's no reason for the bangles not to win at Pittsburgh you don't have the killer bees anymore there's no Antonio brown there's no Ben Roethlisberger you don't have the tools that they once had yeah you got ju ju you got a couple players ago certainly a really good deal line but I thought okay mixing gets of going through the ball geo a little bit Ross is pretty damn good you've got a lot of ten one out there should be able to put some points on the board I thought after the first series okay here we go thank god strip the ball away from the Steelers again turn over in their in business and I got a field goal on because they they got the ball in the red zone and with a listing of three points turns out that's the only three points it would get online. and that really is the problem we're talking about here now watch this thing last night and let me ask you this would be curious to see if anybody even cares now the panels and to me that's the scariest thing is the apathy after this I'll tell you how bad it was and I ask you the question now do you see do you see as you look through the schedule here with your Cincinnati Bengals. do you see a winner on the schedule anywhere do you see them beating the hell out of Arizona and Larry fitzgerald next week in Cincinnati honestly I don't. do they go to Oakland late in the season at a four twenty five star here in do will get well against the horrible Oakland Raiders. what about the Miami Dolphins. do you see them beating the Miami Dolphins are just going what tied with the Miami Dolphins. I think it's all a tape even see three wins out of the state do you see what what are the schedule go okay there's a win. because after last night then after the diminishing returns I don't say it. I see a time that's all one for. that I have lost thirteen of their last fifteen games going back to last season and nine straight losses to the Pittsburgh Steelers. and to think that somehow this is a rival there's no rival you got a win once a while for to be arrival it's got to be like a fifty fifty proposition it's got to be the way it was maybe during the playoffs but the but the but the Bengals have not played out in a number of years. Andy Dalton look miserable out there. I often don't feel badly for quarterbacks I feel bad for a new dog eight sacks he was a roster had four more times and I think if it was twenty one to thirty seven hundred seventy one yards no touchdowns an interception for a passer rating of fifty seven point four but the biggest tell tell there to me is the fact that he was he has now been sacked nineteen times on the season eight yesterday that's nineteen times demi W. sack last season. twenty one eleven. he's on pace for a record about a record amount of of sex on the other side of the ball you gotta guys what a second professional start Mason Rudolph and he looked like he was very for the probable. the Bengals when the red zone three times and came up with the field goals I mentioned three points and three tries I got the field simply because of where they want up getting that strip. they got it in the red zone we get out and kick a field goal they really didn't know if they if they recover that ball of the fifty or the forty they would've been shut out last night. meanwhile the Steelers first two possessions of the second half it's over you're in bed by the time the third quarter starch. no one point I think they scored four five times a six possessions it just it was absolutely miserable last night battle for for fourteen on third down. and the best part is Pittsburgh got pressure using just four guys the entire game they rush for guys in you think there are forty guys out there how can five guys not stop for guys find big guys can't stop for big guys. I'm terrible comes a math but I know that's a lot it's not for on for this for around three we've got an extra guy out there to make sure this doesn't happen and sometimes we even put a I don't know look at Joe mix and we pull level that block on the corner back to even put up a receiver out ever see resident who to back out there to help block or tight in. so sometimes it's sometimes it's it's six. seven nine four but we can't stop them. I know that the Steelers all the problems dealers have that their delight is not one of them pretty saw the but it's not eight sacks a game guide it's not twelve times I got to eighty dollars good. this is terrible and if you look at the overall just leave it I'm not a numbers guys you know. but if you look at the number of yards the Bengals have gained in consecutive games since week one where they finished in Seattle of four hundred twenty nine yards total offense yesterday was down a hundred seventy five the numbers have been declining steadily over the last four weeks. they went from four twenty nine two one seventy five yesterday. do you really think that Hey we need some home cooking we got to get the Paul Brown stadium and beat the cardinals. I don't think they can beat the cardinals I'll be honest with you and here's the best part about this do you really care at this point I it's safe to say I think most people who call themselves Die Hard NFL football plan fans have moved on to another team I think this is part of I think there's a part of fantasy football two is you get a fantasy team. right R. E. you start looking at guys another team to become a fan maybe going Hey you know I could root for the Browns the Browns are doing something my wife for example just like well you know what we watch the we watch the Browns get. a good game that was pretty good I can get behind the house said is that if you live in Cincinnati going to refer the brown how many Steeler fans do you see in Cincinnati how many more Steeler fans you seem to do it of course that number is going to diminish. you know everyone who's you have the bandwagon fans no doubt about it why is still available because you're good like they like the pager Tommy bar patrons yeah I'm a patriot fan yeah for well since one well since the first approval lease their second Super Bowl went. it's easy to be a fan when when things are going good for your tape. but I think that's the case here in some circles we have other options you can get the game from outside the market your bar watching the game it was fantasy football why do you need to support the Cincinnati Bengals if this is the product on the field and quite honestly if you look at next Sunday's game against Arizona how many empty seats you're going to see how many empty seats to see the week before last when they are when they were home. airline empty seats here Paul Brown stadium. there's a lot of empty luxury boxes of Paul Brown stadium. well what would give anyone any hope whatsoever despite the pleadings of Zach Taylor that we've got to turn this thing around and Sally and looking very Marvin Lewis like at this point not granted it's unfair to throw everything a coach you know he's only been in the NFL head coach now for all four games. the problem is active.
"hank williams" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"For Hank Williams newcomers and a must have for fans of the genre the album is also the best selling Hank Williams album of his career. six twenty gauge traffic and weather together on the gates and here is clearly one of its body on the inbound side of the even still right around and eat a lake you get some relief for the Braves against this row coming into the junction it's about twenty eight from like cook Kennedy out fifteen Montrose just ten in the express thirty four minutes to aware about the take you forty we're coming in twenty two off the instruction up on like pretty solid now you have a car fire on the right shoulder at California but fire department crews are on the scene system gate bridge delays there twenty five to Mannheim thirty eight minutes to three ninety about takes forty one three ninety coming in twenty six from Mannheim Stevens is still decently slow it's about forty minutes to the tri state fifty minutes to three fifty five and I'm just thirty two for veterans twenty two in from two ninety four but you both ways on fifty five but improving ongoing road work at arsenal that's in the mix until November twentieth up on Dan right is twenty six about his twenty one fifty seven I'll take seventeen but about as clear also in the up on for about eighteen eighty among clear there as well so the lake shore drive heavy near Chicago north on on the brakes from grand park all the way up to Belmont water that delays cubs traffic getting directly for the seven oh five start the only Illinois tollway giving you troubles the southbound tries his body from ninety to the bench for the birds and over the mile long bridge rests Amer great eighty ninety four east on a little bit tight Callie but declined after narrowly Iraq was in the left lane is now gone get traffic and weather together on the aids every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty and one of five point nine FM thank you for the forecast I clear and comfortable fifty eight said tomorrow clouds and sunshine with a high of seventy one degrees inland sixty level.
Aretha Franklin Posthumously Awarded Pulitzer Prize Special Citation
"The Pulitzer committee honored three newspapers who were reporting on suiting massacres in their communities this year. The Associated Press was honored for its coverage of Yemen, civil war and a special citation was given for the Queen of soul. The Pulitzer board has awarded a Retha Franklin a special citation for her indelible contribution to American music and culture for more than five decades. Franklin is the first woman to get the citation since the board. I gave the honor in nineteen thirty Franklin died last August at the age of seventy six the citation is not given out every year. The last time it was given was in twenty ten to Hank Williams the Pulitzer prize in music was given to the operatic work prison by Ellen
Dick Dale, "The King of Surf Guitar," dead at 81
"Listening to because dick Dale the king of the surf guitar died over the weekend at age eighty one or eighty two and what I always been a big surf rock fan, partly because I socialize with the west coast and reason and libertarianism in L A, but what I love about dick Dalby, besides the music, which is just frenetic and wonderful and exciting and happy and drama and comic it's dramatic and comic at same time. He started life. As Richard Richard Anthony, months sore in Boston Massachusetts fell in love with Hank Williams was dubbed, dick, Dale by guy from Texas, and then, you know, ended up on the west coast, he's Lebanese-American polish Belarussian, and it became dick Dale king of the surf guitar, and that and surf music kind of it it ended up providing if if the Ramones on the east coast in punk were a girl. Group like throw a nostalgia act for girl group music, which I think is a fair and proper just reading of them all of the west coast punk bands of note were basically surf rock nostalgia bands. And dick Dale is just great. And when you listen to his music, I think most people get happy, and I would say go to Spotify just hit him on artists and listen for awhile. And then for those who get really excited by it. He did a cover later in his life of Jimi Hendrix's third stone from the sun, which is this great meta narrative because in that third stone from the sun from the are you experienced album has this. It's it's a dialogue between two aliens who come to the planet, and they they decide that chickens are the smartest beings on earth. And then they destroy earth and Hendrix one point says the line you'll never hear surf music again. And dick Dale had a particularly interesting relationship to that line. But so I'm out for a minute. During that actually came back to like, the chickens taking over the I don't know. Oh now that they're the special. What happens, and that's why the alien like episode five low opco show. Yeah. I still thought it was the white mice or the dolphins or something. They were running things. Dick, Dale was so awesome. He played absolutely every instruments in his band better than everyone who played those instruments. So he was virtuoso trumpet player in a and is drummer and all these kinds of things amazing. He also, and this will be my contribution to what are we consuming? Because of the way that he played a guitar, which it it's a sounds like a percussion instrument. That's because it would take he had like the heaviest strings of anybody like that think of if you don't if you're blanking on dick Dale is Pulp Fiction. That's all. That's the odds. Miserly opening section. Because of the way he played guitar. He partnered Leo Fender, original development developer of the electric guitar and really helped create the Fender brand. Leo. Fender was in competition with less Paul who he named as one of thirty five recent heroes of freedom in our two thousand three anniversary issue, but they're the subject of a book. Great book by Ian, port called the birth of loud. Leo fender. Les, Paul guitar pioneering rivalry that shaped rock and roll? Which is really great. Dick, Dale plays. A a very strong supporting cast role in kind of creating the Fender amps, the Stratocaster telecaster, and all these kind of great guitar sounds that came out of that total pioneer. And you know, we think of surf music the beach boys, which is correct on once sense. But even before that it was all about. This instrumental sound on that was dick Dale and the ventures in particular and Knicks, right? They launched a trillion garage bands and an DIY kind of seen throughout southern California. And that and that history is with us
"hank williams" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"We could make a fortune by booking people into the cabin. Now that we're talking about the ghost. Retire on the bond goes. Retire. You know, we talked about that. This is the podcast we're doing this. And if you're it's not about goes is just about all sorts of things. But we're we still got all my gosh. The first episode was doomsday, and we talked about the ghost there and Campbell's experienced Campbell in car. My two older ones. And then we talked about it in. I think it's the conspiracies episode. At the end of that one. And we told a story Campbell did about a friend of the it showed up and what he experienced, but I'm that is just scratching the surface. And I'll tell you why we were putting all this stuff together last month or so and this is the cabinet a cabin. Was built in eighteen part of his built in eighteen fifty eighteen seventy or eighteen seventy two and I was the biggest skeptic. I'll just tell you. And I've told you some of this on on the radio, we'll probably saves a lot of this for the podcast. And we'll sprinkle them. And we're we're figuring probably about every three or four or five episodes will throw in a ghost story because I mean, we've gotten so much responsible when here I mean, the there's just fascinated with it, and you're going, well, I know you're making this stuff up. Just, you know, people listed podcast a podcast now, that's not it at all. I'm just telling you, I was the biggest skeptic, and I'll explain some of this as we tell some the stories, but some of the things that have gone on. Inexplicable. I mean, you you can come up with all sorts of all that could have been so and so no it is. There's just no doubt now in my mind. And I was because they would come back and tell they start. Oh, yeah. Right. Yeah. You know, I'm figuring overactive imagination or too much alcohol, or you know, guys getting around sitting on the porch and they start telling this stuff. And then they start imagining things I'm just telling you some of the things that I have seen heard and smell. There are just unbelievable. See, I believe you. Because what my parents said the Hank Williams house at one time. And this was the last house that he lived in Audrey, his wife, basically lived there and her bedroom where apparently she died of an overdose. Really never got warm. I'm talking about in the middle of summer. It was always cold. It was always freezing cold in that bedroom that back bedroom of her and another time to I had Hank Williams junior just put out whiskey, bent and hell bound, and I had gotten a copy from the station and hang junior it had an apartment on the side of the house. And I would usually go hang out there to try to get away from anybody else. Well, women are coming by the apartment, I didn't want to see and I put that album on. And when I did that room got comb now, that's all I heard, but others had heard footsteps had various things happen to them in that. It's weird. It is weird. Well, I'm not going to give anything away 'cause we will tell this on a future. Pod. Gold's episode. Would you? Go to podcasts dot com. But I had let's just say was a physical encounter. I don't wanna tell you too much because that would sort of ruin this had a physical encounter. I'm just telling you, it's. You say well, yeah. Yeah. If that happened, you would be I stay out lot by myself, you asleep there, and he said, well, you would never do that. And I'm just telling you once you have and some you folks who have lived in a place that's haunted. You know, you'll you'll you can attest to this. Once you get over the initial fear. It's almost fascinating. I mean, you going well this, you know, I don't go out of their going freaked out. It's just like I'm just so used to it. I hear the stuff, and it's so obvious what's going on so Campbell. I'll let him tell the story to. I mean, this was in recent weeks, I left there and he had an encounter. I mean, not a not seeing but just but doors starts slamming, and obviously with the wind or anything like that. And you know, what's going on? He said because he he always dog me. But he says you say you're not scared. But there's no way you're not scared out here. I said, I'm not. So he's. And after that door slammed. He said, I just started laughing. I'm going this ghost is just screwing with me. I mean, and I said, well, you get to that point where it it's not frightful anymore. It's just it's you're curious. Yes. No, I would talk to Agri. Yeah. Actually, especially if you know betas back in the day when I was sending and special VM little bit. Oh, yeah. I remember one time I went out there. And I decided 'cause I was I'd been imbibing alcohol another thing. And I thought I'm gonna go out there and talk I'm gonna try to conjure her conjure her spirit to come out. You never we'd g board did now. No. I did not know we we've been giving good grief about that. He was the, oh, I'm sure you have when I heard that episode. I thought oh that's going to go over big with you. The family guy lady's gonna call. Yeah. That's in doomsday the episode, but go ahead now. But I you know, they say that if you are. Drunk or you know, that that kind of blocks any kind of receptacle. That you would add to the sensory research gone. They're sober. And and try to do that might have been different story. Yeah. Because she died, and she was gonna lose the how as she loved that house. And was this was this an accidental overdose. Romper? Nobody really knows. I don't think. But I I tend to think she did it on purpose being she was going to the IRS was getting ready to take out. Oh, really the next day. And yeah, with when my parents, why say my parents, my dad must step mother got it. It was in in disarray. I mean, it was not in good shape. So they fixed it up, and she's still there. Plus, I think I think they she probably got mad that he took some of it out and moved it down on which nobody believed that was Hank Williams house, and then they ended up tearing it down, and it was. Yeah. It was it was actually it was actually the part that he lived in at the end of his life because they just got that house just before they split up. And so yeah, he had lived in there for a while. And he had moved down to music row. And I mean, everybody was mad at him for doing that. I mean music people, I even tried to talk him out of talking to you talking your father, my mom. Yeah. I try to tell him that. I remember when it moved here is not going to go over. Well, and even Marshall Chapman wrote a song about it. So this would have been when he wouldn't he moved about eighty five or so years mid eighties. Yeah. I remember when they moved to down there. It's right on the corner there with the naked statues. Do you ever remember too that he didn't when he first opened it up the big grand opening? I go down there. Just to see what what it looks like the parking. Lot's not done. You have nowhere to park sit in there with us discussing look he said, no nobody here. And I said no wonder it doesn't look like it's open park. Are you to it? He and I would bump heads all the time. And then they ended up tearing it down. Yeah. Reba thank ribbon and novel. Will they tore down? Yes. Because they bought that whole area. Okay. So the a big high rise over there on that corner. And the funny thing too because one night they had a, you know Hanks. Stepdaughter used to work there. I really did like her. She was very very nice lady. She worked at the house. Yeah. Where the tours and everything funny. She had a birthday twice a year. It's amazing. But anyway, she was really cool. I really liked her. But they had a cardboard life-size Hank Williams cut out. And I I got wise wise idea I thought it would freak people out. I'm gonna put him in the window. And I did. And I drove by man that. The after its. And even the homeless guy came by. And he said no that want mother looking out. To win dropped his bottle of ripple and ran. That's what they say about figure making it up. You gotta cut out of a goat. That's what it is next year get into ghost and your son knows how to play the fiddle. Unfortunately, does not. But I do have a violin. They gave me several years ago that it sits down in my office. Whoa. Oh, I know it that's spooked. That is spooky by the way. Your son tells a great story. He's a very good storyteller. Like is. Oh, man. But it's true. I mean, this is thank you. I know I know, but you I can tell. Oh, yes. From it's from the heart. Yeah. Because I could tell him when he was telling it he sounded a little on the scared side. Oh, yeah. Oh, you should have seen these two dudes the morning after it happened. I mean, they were my gosh. Because it's really weird. I mean, it's just the whole thing. I love your kids, man. They have got to be the most entertaining. They really are. I enjoy being around them. I'm soldier. I'm trying to get the other two who are big Carolina fans. They Carolina basketball. A matter of fact, Douglas, the youngest writes a blog for for tar heel tar heel blog dot com. So you could check if you say Douglas Valentine relation. That's my son. He got gig himself, and he's he's won their best writers. He just loves the tar heels basketball stuff. And I said man, we gotta studio in the cabin now and going there and. Into a podcast. I dunno. I dunno. You do podcast by Carolina said I told you something that will sell. I hate Duke. It'll just be called. I hate doing there. And just rang on Duke for about fifteen minutes talk about you know, ferret faced coach K and everybody would love it as do. But you know, they don't wanna do it. I should do that for Auburn. Well, there you go. Hey. But you get more us if you if you wrangled Alabama. Well, that's the very well. I couldn't do that. My dad had come back and humming or I hate Trump. Everybody hates Trump there. Why Trump speaking of the yes? Yeah. How long do? I. Not me. I love Trump. I'm just talking about something that would sell. I like what he's doing. Oh, I love we don't know if I love him. But I love what he's doing. I think he's absolutely hilarious. I think he's funny. So funny, he met tell so here we go. We're going to the state of the union. I right and Donald Trump meets with the contractors to build the wall. You think that's not on purpose? These folks are at the White House with the blueprints and all this stuff out there, and they're looking over everything. So did he met this is actually yesterday met at the White House to discuss the wall along southern border presidents reported discussions came a day before Tuesday's state of the union address where he's likely to address the desire for a wall along the US Mexico border from the hill. Trump has tease the possibility of using the speaks to declare a national emergency to direct construction of the wall, though, it's unclear whether he will do. So I don't think he's gonna do tonight in Jim demint was on. It says I I don't want him to do it tonight. I want him to build the wall. But if. He talks about I'm going around congress declared a national emergency night. Then he'll get all these boos from the Democrats. It'll be a big seen. Just screw them. Just do the state of the union. Don't let it be marred. By that talk about how wonderful the economy is what we would -ccomplish, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And then say I got a big announcement next couple of days, and then have a rose garden announcement. And then that'll be that. Okay. Yes. All right. They wanna if you want hear the ghosts doomsday in conspiracies of the two episodes that have the ghost stories at him so far, and they'll be others coming, but that's pod goats dot com. Quick time out going to be back. Good. Some of your phone calls. Other stories coming up six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six Rebecca after this.
"hank williams" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"One Hank Williams. I wanna take a guess who that is. Would you believe me if I told you was how long? No. Would you believe me if I told you Michael Strahan? Oh, yeah. Definitely now. Would you believe me if I told you it was Terry Bradshaw? Yes. It's scary. Bradshaw. Yeah. Short-lived country music careers. Thirty one years ago nineteen Eighty-eight so Mr. Williams how long have you been a black quarterback? Yeah. There's somebody asked him that. Before the game, all my life. He turned out to be the MVP, and that would be Doug Williams of the Redskins as they beat the Broncos forty two to tin the scorpion a one quarter with Kim. Nothing. Denver. The score at halftime was thirty five Ken Washington. Wapping seven points scored in the entire second half nineteen years ago. Atlanta Braves pitcher John rocker suspended by baseball Commissioner Bud Selig for disparaging foreigners almost sex roles and minorities in a Sports Illustrated interview, we will share what he had to say. There's nothing like good times. Birthdays today include Johnny rotten. What a weekly at Joey Ramone earlier this. Ramone's.
"hank williams" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Hank Williams is in your community sort of. Take some petty Pettis here. Then on the thunder radio waves before talking about your. Hank williams. I don't wanna say impression. It's not the right word started as an actor, you know, playing the role of Hank Williams from that developed sort of a singing style like him and mannerisms. And of course, a look like him sort of. And I've been doing shows about him since nineteen ninety six twenty three years now kit longer than Hank was Hank. My guys died at twenty nine. He only started seeing it on his fourteen. So I got him. I haven't been Hank longer than Hank was Hank. You only live twenty nine years. How does it feel about this crazy thing we call life feels great? I mean because Hank Williams is sort of a finorm he's he's one of those icons. You know, he's he's like the Elvis of country music because everybody looks to him as the guy that that everything came together. He was the guy that paved the road for everybody else. He's the guy that started it all I mean, he didn't really start it people came before him. But he's the guy that galvanized it. You know and made it successful. And before him, they didn't call it country music folk, and it was mountain music, and it was western music and blues, and spiritual and he came in and just sort of galvanized all those things into what we know is modern country music and became an icon. So people I mean, I get so many people come into the shows in California in just a tour of western Canada. We've got him. Up in Vermont. We've got them in Florida. You know, everywhere southeast in Texas, and those are the mainstays, but you get up into the mid west. He's huge Canada. He's huge California. They think he's a folk hero not country. No because you know, we've been talking to folk festivals and things like that. And they like we weren't even changing the title to my solo show from the lonesome tour which we've done for a couple of years. Now, we're going to change it to Hank Williams folk hero because he truly is one of the great American folk poets. The rural society, you know, he's from Alabama grew up dirt poor. And he wrote about what he knew. I mean, he wrote about his surroundings in every day things that was the first person that really did that for the farmers and the rural people so they really made a connection with him. I get so many people tell me they remember the day. Hank Williams died because it was such a massive event. Sort of like, you know, when Kennedy was shot when Kennedy was assassinated people relate, those those. You know, very negative things. But they remember them they hold onto them, and they can like imprinted on your life really is or or this music reminds them of their grandfather or grandmother, father and mother, and there's something about Hank's music haven't been able to put my finger on it. I've got a good idea of what it is. But it's so important to them. So I don't take it lightly at all even after twenty three years. I still talk to the audience in reverence to this guy because this is meant so much not only to them. But to me as well. Wow. Got hank. William was the country. He's full keys, and you mentioned different places. You've got how many performances have you done as he is there a way to keep track years? Well, over two thousand I mean. Well, you know, you thinking at least seventy five to one hundred year for twenty three years. I can't do the math. But. That's what we do anywhere from seventy dream Queen. No, I wish I did. Because I have wealthier dream. Jason Pettis not only a performances comedian. Thank you very much. I do more than just your the Hank Williams show. But that's what we're here for, you know, we're we're replaying at cannon county arts center Saturday and Sunday with the Hank honky tonk heroes show, which my which is my bread and butter show. It's the one that's. Was first written for a casino in Atlantic City, New jersey in two thousand and one. So this is it's eighteenth year. Wow. Yeah. And the thing kid from Manchester Tennessee would be asked to write a show for a casino in Atlantic City. How'd you get that gig? You know, we had just well we hadn't yet done New York. We had not done off-broadway yet. We had an agent that was out of Minneapolis. And he was pitching the show the the Hank Williams show and they had a casino that did not want the play. They did not want to play that. I was in which was lost highway. They didn't want to two and a half hour with an intermission because they want people on the floor gambling, sir. Okay. Wanted a seventy five minutes sort of tribute show to him. And so that was when I first wrote. My wife's phone going off. That's when I wrote the Hank in my honky tonk heroes show for Atlantic City, New jersey, and the funny thing was is that at the seventy five minute, Mark when it was over they opened the back doors, and you could hear the machines, and they were like scuttling people out get back to your machine get back. Wow. They wanted people gambling. This is this is entertainment for them. But when the seventy five minutes is up we need those people money. So you are for Manchester. You lived here hallows born in Manchester county general which is no longer coffee. It's something else rehabilitation center, Dr young who just passed away a year or two ago one that delivery. But yeah. Born here. I haven't always lived here. She and I have lived in Nashville, New York, Los Angeles. And you're referring to your wife. Yes, right here. You think you're talking about Tiffany? Hope petty. She's been a guest here on listen. Learn talking about the we Actors Guild that the mansard center. She's the president and CEO of the we Actors Guild. I am not that. I am dead coordinator for the we Actors Guild. There's no president. So everytime. He's so hope every time he says, we he means the to we we didn't do New York. Ed, we. We live in Manchester now because lucky for us we got pregnant in two thousand six and we were living in our condo in Nashville. And I said, let's get back home. Plus, my dad had just been diagnosed with Parkinson's, and I wanted to be a new a we could get a house cheaper here than in Nashville. This is before Nashville exploded. Really wish I bought land or something. Invested in something I didn't know national just gonna explode the way it did. But we came to here to Manchester bought a home in sort of took care of my dad till he past couple of years ago. And then I told her now's your chance to move. And she's like, no, I love it here. You have kids. How old are your children? Laura lie turns twelve tomorrow. And James is nine. Who if I asked her kids, and they're not here. They're in school. When if I asked her kids who Hank Williams was what would what would they say? Daddy. You have been playing Hank Williams since before they were born in by playing all you ever singing as acting as that to a lot of people. You're the only reference, and I am assuming to your kids. And I include the history of my shows, you know, I I tell all of story, you know, you can't really tell Hank Williams story in singing songs without knowing what he was going through in life because everything he wrote was an autobiography of what was going on in his life. So to really know Hank Williams, you just need to listen to his records because he'll tell you himself. But telling the story, my kids know, the story, Hank Williams better than they know my my life store. Well, one day they'll ask if I can remember at that point. I'll tell them they know that James was telling me when we come home for Christmas that he told me the story of I saw the light of how that was written. He said do you remember how daddy said that that song was written? And he told me the entire story. It was almost James sang it at karaoke. Yes. And James, Ed, we go to karaoke nights, sometimes until home, and he wants to sing all the hang songs like daddy and Susan convinced suit. Bought me, a brand new reclining chairs?.
"hank williams" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"That was. Call that the Williams family that was Hollywood films. Who's the daughter of Hank junior? And therefore, the granddaughter of hang senior. Jett Williams who is the half sister of Hake junior. She was doing hokey tone blues. And we're heard Hank Williams, the third another son of Hank junior. I'm alone gone. Daddy. The. Both Hank Williams songs. And then we started out with Hank Williams junior himself doing old habits. So Hank Williams tradition? Yeah. A family tradition as hang junior said in one of his songs persist. All right. We'll be back right after these these few messages here. W O R T thinks it's listener sponsors and willy street co op which is offering tips samples and classes to help support New Year's resolutions to eat better. More information is available online at Willie street dot co op. And we have a correction to the folk calendar. What is true is that the strung up for are playing at the chocolate -tarian? What was not you was not at Atwood. But the strung up for we'll be playing at the Middleton. Chocolate -tarian, seven o'clock this Saturday. I'm sure the chocolate is good either place. I would back. That was good. Okay. Sorry to hear that. It's gone. We have been doing a Hank Williams tribute today without sure hope you've enjoyed we played some songs by Hank himself. We played some music by his family. We've heard lots of folks doing hate Williams songs, and some cases we've heard him doing just tribute songs to Hank. Then I think we ought to hear something by Hank and his wife, Audrey. She wasn't his only why he was. Second wife right towards the end of his life. But all our miss Audrey is yellowish called her on his shows was the mother of. Hey junior. And I think she was seventeen when she married, Hank. And he wasn't much older than that. They had a rather stormy relationship. You don't know about songs, whether they're really about people are now to where they're just inspired by a fault of the moment. But it's believed of songs like your cheating. Heart were written about his his relationship with Audrey. So we're gonna play something from what is health and happiness shows. Hank was on a touring show for a while sponsored by the headache. Call. This is what a and hanging Audrey doing it old Wiley and Jean song. I wanna live and love always. Again. We a little song here. Now, they've got an awful lot of good fancy. Oh, really good.
"hank williams" Discussed on The Takeout
"Car minds her favorite movies, books, and music coming up. Listen right now. Well, let's start with music. I really am. Pretty eclectic in my music taste except that I don't like extremes. I don't like really hard rock or light. Classical rock. I like country music, but not necessarily bluegrass. Okay. And so if I'm in the car for a long stretch of time and I was listening to music would probably be country country. Okay. So love country definitional. You get a sense of that is that Johnny cash is Hank Williams and Hank Williams junior little dad, but it saw so. Luke Brown. It's also getting into more the contemporary some of the newer stuff. Yeah, Jack Brian or Luqun. I think it's Brian. Okay. Look, right? Yes. And so you know, I just love. I love the fact now that I can show them something right then the lyrics of pop up and I can sing along. Exactly. So I'm exactly the opposite of you on country. I love Johnny cash, and I love Hank Williams. I'm not big on Hank Williams junior, but I'm not a big country fan, but I do love bluegrass. What is it about bluegrass it doesn't touch you. We just think that it's just what what feels right to your ear wanna sing along to or dance to and the different melodies. And so I I'm not as much some blue but not as much as I am just to the other one of your favorite movies. Wow. I always hate these questions because I can never zero in on one particular movie and or one particular buck, you know, it's I like. Movies that are. I don't. I don't like sappy movies of soda one way to think about this because I've had several guests say one way to help people work through that question is but say you're at home. It's been a long week. You're flipping through your various options in whatever it is cable direct, TV and there's that movie and you just pop on it. Is there a movie that would fall into that category for me, like the godfathers of it's just there..
"hank williams" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Eight one seven two. Hundred, three one two? Nine eight one seven two hundred and that's for talking taxes, well And we're here until. Five, AM yeah so so weird is traditions in each state Now Dan I've been saying that. We were going to get to this. Topic for four months yes and we're doing it right now right out everybody because some of this stuff is, hilarious a. Lot of us have been. Answered A, lot of this stuff is just really weird. So, I'm, just gonna go we're going this is all alphabetically with the weirdest tradition in each. State, we'll just discuss this and if anybody has participated in any of these weird traditions or. You have weird traditions of your own Maybe within. Your family that, could open up another can of worms right there like some weird traditions that. You do at holidays are weird traditions that you, do certain days of the, year or. For anniversaries or for holidays or for birthdays three one two. Nine eight one seven. Two hundred so in Alabama they have a tradition of putting wreath on Hank Williams and Hank Williams grave And you do that on New Year's day I don't think that's weird It's kind of, cool on New Year's day people are invited to place a wreath on the. Grave of country singing icon Hank Williams who was buried in Montgomery Williams was twenty nine years old when he passed, away, on. January first nineteen fifty three Yeah yeah that, makes, sense Doesn't, seem, weird to me In Alaska the tradition, is the Nina ice classic which takes. Place late winter, early spring the knee Nana ice classic has been held since one thousand nine hundred nineteen is a contest in which people bet when the ice on, the Tenana river will break. We'll break up each spring the river is adjacent to the town of Nina A tripod is placed on the ice and is connected to o'clock when the ice starts to, crack the tripod moves causing. The clock to stop and that decides the winner This is a little strange So what, do you do I mean do people gather around and wait? For, the ice to crack I I can't imagine they would because they would. Take a? Really, long time wouldn't. It hey you would think but I think probably it's probably got like. A blow horn attached, today as soon as somebody. Here's the blowhards like everybody Right down the ISIS cracking it was funny because I I, had seen something about Alaska The other day eh forget what, talent is but because it's twenty four hour sunlight. At that point on fourth of July they can't do fireworks So they just drive old, cars off a cliff Where So that's. That's that's, the that's the. Replacement that's the replacement. Fireworks it's driving old cars off a. Cliff. Right I think that's pretty. Awesome I, mean I'm sure you would prefer it Wow driving now now. These are obviously. You just, you. You put, like a brick. On the on the. Accelerate right because you obviously you're not. Gonna. Have a driver I'll drive. This one, off the cliff I don't know That's so here's the other. Thing about that We can get details on that somehow do? People. Stand at the bottom of, the cliff yes so it, seems like an I'll be talking to it but like from the video I saw it seems like there's like, a valley at the end of the cliff. And then there's like another kind of plateau Watch I would love to. That sounds. Fantastic It it is in glacier view glacier view Alaska near. The toe of the man Tosca glacier And so they just, drive so this is on the fourth of? July fourth of July and they drive out now does it say where they, get, the cars are they just just Junkers that they have lying around or do. People go hey I'm going to donate my. Piece of crap car instead of Kars. For Kids we're going to. Drive it off a cliff this article does not state that Does, it, do they I mean is there a number of cars dude you a specific. Number does not say the specific number but. It does they do keep records Yes so for example Arne her sir Was the third car jump. And early nineties Nissan Pathfinder reach fit five miles per hour on the five hundred foot runway and travelled a distance of one hundred yards..
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"Yellowhammer news i'm jay holland the first named tropical storm system of two thousand eighteen and the hurricane season begins june first has been formed the national hurricane center said friday that a disturbance moving toward the gulf of mexico is now sub tropical storm alberto the storm is expected to bring heavy rain to the yucatan peninsula western cuba florida and the northeastern gulf coast throughout the weekend alabama sending a national guard helicopter and guardsmen to help patrol the mexican border at the request of president donald trump's administration governor kay ivey office announced today that the helicopter and five guard members will support the texas national guard in partnership with the us customs and border protection agency a drummer who contributed to the legendary muscle shoals sound has has died the times daily reports that 67yearold roger clark died thursday at his home guitarist travis womack said clark worked at fame recording studios and wishbone recording studios in the nineteen seventies and eighties he played on albums by lou rawls paul anka tom jones and others he played drums on hank williams junior's breakthrough nineteen seventy nine album family tradition harvey weinstein was in court this morning and is now facing serious sexual assault charges here's former nypd chief of detectives robin boys who was involved in the investigation we were saying this for about seven months this complaint a lot of work went into it by the detectives there was an enormous amount of people have spoken to we went around the world actually finding these folks in getting their statements brought to you by attorney alexander shinohara a man for the people for more alabama stories goto yellowhammer news dot com i'm i'm jay have you ever made the wrong higher for your organization do you have.
"hank williams" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Yeah dole hank williams i seem to recall he was fired for making an unpopular political statement about a president of the united states of america mi missing something or or was hank williams removed from his job associated with monday night football for saying crude things about barack obama that a lot of people found offensive so weird though so weird that when the left agrees with controversial demonstrations and controversial speech clearly aimed at a different president one with an our next to his name why these are freedom fighters you can't possibly say you can't you are a big it there was an article in the huffington post white nfl players who don't meal our akin to white supremacists yes i am absolutely serious about this this is how insane we have gotten about this the packers in the bears play tonight the green bay packers players coaches training staff we'll all be linking arms they are asking their fans to link arms says well obviously this is generating quite a bit of controversy seven nine nine eleven thirty one eight hundred eight three eight nine four seven six if you would like to opine dod at news talk eleven thirty dot com it's interesting to note that disconnect between what you're seeing.
"hank williams" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"Man always looking good on the weekend thank you my got to thing warn i'm like the tab hit or in the way they are against gobi paid could have simple fact that a g get everything so you know heard of three like they did yesterday and or forty nine i mean i it just looked like the new golden state was just patron an animal it fair to show up i think of get it down and my affect way is that what you think are hank williams junior coming back the monday night football now that sorry i ninety in early two thousand seven is a great italian the world i'm i'm glad that accord network that that it is going to get your thoughts on it it's such an iconic farms for football it is william and it's interesting you bring that up i was going to come later in the show the a with everybody piling on the bridgestone that word about their political wing that they went back to hang williams junior to maybe balance there's sports political kales just a hunch i don't have no evidence that was my first thought when they were going to revisit monday night football just a haunch but why not reach out to everybody so many people now in media just wanted target now we want to go after the millennials we want to go after the older people we want to go after the younger people why not who had everybody enjoy that's what we do on the show we don't ask your age when he called koeberg generically.
"hank williams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"There you go dust in what you want to say about hank williams being in carinthia whatever i mean i really care less again at espn met wanna make it about am i mean who really cares again who cares about watching cleveland and nick car on monday not just it's off well nobody cared it's what europeans go onto crap at what people are major league tarnat away from i i i don't care about hank williams i don't care about the intro you're the halftime shows or if the the last seven minutes are the quarter of this are the ford korat it means nothing that's why european sucked back for a year the man i think you know they have lesson i liked live sports that's it that's i don't like for any of this other stuff that they do on that channel so i don't watch it ever i just i'm done with it i it is so bad to me and i am i think of eventually they're going to fire the people that have made all these decisions because it's so bad it so bad now you can't even deny it anymore i don't know what it is now it is like it used to be like a great sports channel and it is so cheesy now i can't even watch it ever ever so the only thing i'll ever watch is um lives for its on it right so when they got a game on i'm all in but i gotta tell you a lot of time to see now i'm gonna be clear like on saturday mornings aimed at great college gained day show right were there right on java college football and it's fantastic the problem is is that the show.