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"hartwell" Discussed on WTOP
"Now It's 48 and gathersburg And 45° in LATAM right now At 5 40 another trial is getting underway for a so called peaceful protester charged in connection with the January 6th attack at the U.S. capitol Coy Griffin a state official in New Mexico pushed for a bench trial so he would be tried by a judge and not a jury CBS News correspondent Scott mcfarlane has more Prosecutors say coy Griffin scaled a wall and a barricade and appeared on videos amid the mob January 6th their star witness is a videographer who testifies he made the trip with Griffin and has been given immunity to implicate Griffin Griffin also leads a group called cowboys for Trump which has a horse trailer and members parked outside and they say Griffin plans to depart this courthouse on horseback after the verdict Now Griffin is one of the few riot defendants who is not accused of entering the capitol or engaging in any violent or destructive behavior March is women's history month and today we recognize a woman who helped save an area that's been home to bald eagles for decades The mason neck area in Virginia serves as noises for the natural habitat that thrives there at least 50 bald eagles were spotted in the area last year Because there is so much greenery Corinna Velasquez mondragon is a manager at the Potomac river natural wildlife complex and says none of it would exist without Elizabeth hartwell a suburban housewife who fought to preserve the area in the 60s She is definitely a real champion in the fighter The refuge has since been renamed the Elizabeth hartwell mason neck national wildlife preserve and their continuing her work what Karina hopes residents will do Volunteering And then also just educating other people about the outdoors The Environmental Protection Agency adopts a hybrid workplace model and its office reentry plans which are set for May federal news networks jewelry heckman has more The EPA and the American federation of government employees agree to an 8 week phased reentry into the office But that agreement envisions a hybrid work environment where employees still either work remotely or routinely telework The agreement states no AFG bargaining.
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"hartwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Death and there were put side by side But that wasn't all of course There were other German POWs staggering out of farmhouses trying to surrender GI stripped them of their weapons roger was told an American commander then barked an order Come a little bit further There were still German soldiers clustered in the forest just outside of town Potential witnesses So the Americans herded their prisoners down the hill Roger takes me down the road past the church And when they arrived in the bottom of the village the German could not see them We stand next to a barbed wired fence an anonymous empty pasture on the other side And Frank hartwell said it was only this medal This snowy meadow is where Frank and other veterans told roger that all those German soldiers were gathered up And they should 60 and one of them 11th armored guy told me I count this 61 roger That 11th armored guy Steve buggin assured roger He said I'm precise Three testimonies from Steve Frank hartzell and his friend John fake who are by all accounts bystanders to the incident Estimate that Americans machine gunned 60 German prisoners in this field That combined with the seller incident makes around 80 German prisoners killed After they had surrendered to Americans Two.
"hartwell" Discussed on Almost Shameless
"I have to share with you. These incredible quotes from CCS bathia after the Red Sox beat the Yankees again. Ousted them from the playoffs again. He had to have known that this was going to be like an injection of pure ecstasy for Red Sox fans. I don't know why he would say this out loud. But I am very grateful he did. I'm going to read the direct quotes from CC Sabathia on the R two C two podcast from the ringer. Here's what he said. This Red Sox team is a completely different team. Our core loss to a team in 2018 that's not even the same Red Sox. They went on to win a World Series, Mookie, Jackie Bradley, Ben intended. They traded all them dudes. We still had the same core. We come back to Boston fucking four years later and lose to a fucking completely different core that they have raised up in three years. Like, how does that happen? What the fuck are we doing wrong? And they do and write that in a three year span, they live in a World Series and then a completely fucking different core whoops our ass in the fucking wild card game. Then I have to say in this Yahoo sports article that is recapping what he said, shout out to Darren hartwell, who was actually from NBC sports Boston, Darren hartwell, as this amazing little quote right after that where he says in Sabathia's defense, New York doesn't have the exact same core from that 2018 season. GM Brian cashman did spend $324 million to bring in ace Gary Cole, who gave up three runs in two plus innings on Tuesday night to take the loss. So nice little shot there, Darren very well executed for CC Sabathia to get on this podcast. And not only just be like, hey, you know, Yankee sucked. What are they doing? They've got to be better than this. But he just like completely these out, the argument for why the Red Sox are the better organization. They've overhauled. They've gotten rid of three players who in 2018 were the best outfield in baseball through the best players in baseball, Mookie betts and MVP..
HORSES IN THE MORNING
"hartwell" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"Today to be chatting with Ellen hartwell. Huntsman at varietals per hunt outside of St. Louis, Missouri. And around the December time I love to have guests on who of course are fox hunting fox hunting affiliated, but also maybe do some type of creative endeavor. And so I wanted to chat a little bit today with Eleanor, obviously about hunting at bridal spur and how that all came about, but also about some of her creative endeavors outside of hunting. So I don't know if you would start by telling us a little bit about kind of your background in fox hunting and what brought you to bridal spur. Well, all right then, our first meet was when I was 7 at the smithfield church and at the Melbourne New York. And I grew up there and went into my mom there and left there when I was about 30 and saw a new job, but wound up in new hampstead for 5 years, where I proceeded to have my daughter Madeline and my then husband Jay said to me one day, he's like, you're miserable. You need to go and find out what jobs there are. So I called the office and they told me about this one. And I set it up and came out here to interview. And never in a million years thinking I actually moved to Missouri, but I just thought it might be a nice little vacation. But anyway, it did, in fact, it wound up moving out here in 2003. A little bit of a change of scenery. Yes, yes. It's very beautiful here. And it's so it is lovely. I've ridden around kind of sort of in that area, but did it take you a little while to adjust as the hunting remarkably different than what you were used to? Well,.
The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"hartwell" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"I've been seeing between him and walter. I i've been eating. That showed up in walter one of my all time. Favorites that walter. I think can be a significant force to reckon with if the triggers repeal for him to start doing his thing on the main flagship shows as opposed to just being delegated there and annexed t uk division in all cameron. Grimes picking up the much needed momentum. He needs going into takeover as remember huge implications for the match up l. A. night cameron. Grimes wins. I would would like to believe he wins his freedom right cameron grimes he. He wins his freedom however if he loses l. a. night upgrades to teddy be aussie for his butler. Yes yeah dexter loomis. Indie hartwell tying the not there as indie hartwell. By the way i really love the fact that indie heart will is now kinda mimicking the mannerisms and all that of dexter loom. I think that's fucking bad as it. Almost kinda gibbs me a it almost kinda gives me a oh man kind of has a su young vibe to it and if you've been watching impact wrestling you know exactly what i'm talking about. When soo young gets her way with individuals and she just has this way of working her trans magic on people and can essentially get them to do her bidding. And all that i. I kinda like what's going on there. You know not quite on that alexa bliss level because that alexa bliss stuff can be a little bit hokey pokey. But i like the fact that you know jesse jesse command. They had learned a hard way. You don't fuck with crazy people fucking crazy people No they're they're they're really dexter loomis index. They're really growing on me. I think they're a very good promising television Television coffee break there. Kind of one of those. Let's see what they're going to do next week. Wait a minute. I got stop what i'm doing here. I gotta see that eventually. Become one of my favorite highlights wasn't really down with the whole with the gorgon and all that but now things are starting to make a lot more sense with the whole gargano sales because and congrats to them. Because i haven't had an opportunity to give congrats by the gargano are expecting and I believe what february march of next year is when candice laura is supposed to give birth. So congrats yet. i know. sometimes. I've kinda busta gargano balls and all that but man you welcoming in a beautiful bundle of joy into this world. I can't hate that. I can't hate that and honestly if you gotta have to cool sets of parents man doesn't get any better than the gargano. That's the one thing that i've always admired about the gargano over the years is how passionate they are about all gains pop culture. I mean when it comes to movies video games high-tech stuff and all that those guys are on top of their shit. They are on top of their shed. If you wanted to give some ideas on what to do with your man cave and all that shit followed him on social media they they stay having some really cool as shit. So congrats to the garganas. Lots of cool last positive things happening and wrestling it. you know..
Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"hartwell" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"Go. I'm herat so okay so you i'm assuming both of you have some sort of meditation practice that you do on a regular basis regular basis so talk a little bit about like what your daily spiritual practices and if you wanna put in like dietary features. That's fine too just like what. What sort of thing gets you through the day in a healthy way. I do meditate. Like when i get up. That's that's kind of thing. I tend to rally sleep. So when i get up i sleep. Is that what you said. You're doing a lot of working while you sleep. What time can nail down time. Because for me. It's usually about three. I'm working energy awhile. Holy cow okay. So when i wake up. I'm coming up and coming away. I'm and integrating in understanding what i have done during the night with. And what's going on. Okay i usually get up and that's gonna be kind of exhausting. No not so your body is is doing fine. It's doing stuff. Well that's because take care of my body. I do yoga. I walk i run. I get body work done at least every week. I i I see a chiropractor. Right by my body is may be a really good care of it And and then am seriously like i live in the prison. Moment in every moment is a spiritual practice for me and you know what you said. Wash chocolate with water is yeah. I love as beginners might. Yeah and then. Charlie and i are really in the morning and then at the end of the day checking in with each other and and really being able to hold space for each other but also a lot of times. I'd kicking his ass. Have you ever done the eye. Gaze thing oh yeah. Yeah but. I mean the ritual. I gaze. I used to teach. I used to have students do that. That can get pretty intense. I don't know if that's something you you need to do. Intensely with partner in a loving way. Yes maybe oh good. And it's just beaming love at each other right. Yeah okay perfect it can be so when you do that as a practice stuff comes up with a stranger right just paid..
Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"hartwell" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"Everything has like some sort of past trauma but it also has got to clean up your diet. You got to exercise. I think resolve. Trauma were mental health or emotional stuff and becomes physical. Of course yeah and vice versa to right and then if you have physical you can start to have mental health issues. So it's really about whole person health. And i would like to see about the other thing. Have you ever heard of so. Let's shift into talk about addiction a little bit. So have you ever heard of this park experiment. Rat park isn't the one about connection. Yeah yeah so the so. I'm just gonna go through because you guys are familiar but for the audience that don't know this rat park. Experiments was about addiction. So they were trying to figure out is very is it. Just the drug. That's making the addict or is it something other than is there contributing component right so all of the rats that were happy would take the drug kind of like man as like okay. There's a drug. That's kind of like a ball that they can play with right no big deal and they didn't get addicted but if you took a rat an isolated them right then they would become addicted rat so the key difference there was they were isolated so isolation in and of itself will cause any mammal to have anxiety and all these different depressions sort of like features right so as huge as soon as i heard that i was like okay. It's not really the substance at all. It's there's so much more going on. Okay thanks that's and trauma. Traumas a big part of it to you right. They isolated it like what my life was like. I felt so different. I felt very right. Because i couldn't find people to connect with who who could get me and i mean even after i had my spun may first spontaneous mystical experience in had all that joy that next year in college..
Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"hartwell" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"'em i've always been very lucky. Were movie i was more authentic. And real and naming things in clinton's out. I love conflict. It's a call to create a problem solving so thrown out to be my presence. It takes a lot of courage and okay. You would agree with that what you. He's got a lot of courage living marine. I get it okay. That i feel that that vibe all over your face when i say things like that it's awesome. Thank you keep doing it. I mean to be really honest. This my wife. I just love working with young people with okay. Because there's so opening curious to and they knew and they want to do world more so than the older generations true. I think the young people now are going to save us. If we're kind of the bridge is the way what the way i see it. So we've got the bridge brain because we actually connect to the boomers. We get that because we grew up with them. We don't like them but we it's not that we don't like them we understand them and we're like we don't like the world they made right but we that's the bridge comes in. It's like we're we know you know dean martin and all that stuff eddy arnold and make the world go away and just how crazy the world is that they made. They don't write the young people. Don't understand that at all. They're only response to that. Is okay boomer right but we get it weaker up there you know and we i to me i think the world that the millennials make will be better than the one that the boomers i hope. Anyway yeah right. So am the comment that you made about. you know. Sometimes you show up your you you just. Your mission is to be just you. And then let the chips fall with people right and that might be ill or off or me right that. That's what i did massage therapy for a while..
Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"hartwell" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"In tuesday's school school. I could go to well so in mind lutheran church my sunday school at some point i became like a good at showing up so i was perfect attendance guy and then i was also the guy that memorized all the things right so like go home and memorize the some. Oh i had it down. I was really good at memorizing blocks of screw. That came really easy to me. So then i could go regurgitate that and then everybody would go. Would you just stop it. I was that guy right. I was like the show of memory person. But i never really like. I sort of felt like a weird sort of like a back to maureen your story about feeling weirdly different. I had that feeling of being weirdly different. But i wasn't. I didn't feel like misfit until almost like probably high school. Because i was always so like a middle middle child situation. You're always the one desperate for attention. So i was the kid going. Look at me. So i became kind of a goofball and era. I haven't changed. No i was like look at me. Look at me but that people like goofballs right so even if you're a misfit if you're goofball misfit then you know you kind of fit in even though you know people look at you like. You're a goof. But you know they don't dismiss you or i ran into the things like I quit football. Pop warner football. So here's my my story about why i quit. Pop warner football. I was afraid. I was gonna screw up the play right and i didn't wanna let my teammates down because i did. I had no idea what to do. So they would put me on defense and i would. Just run at the quarterback Even if that's not what i was supposed to do now had an adult just sat me down and said look jeff. You're eight just get out there and play. I wanna win. oh okay. But that didn't happen. I quit and everybody from you. Know parents uncles grandpa grandma. They're like nobody. Likes a quitter. Too bad i quit so that was another moment of. Yea i stood up for myself and i quit football. I kind of wish. I would've kept playing at because i would have been a better athlete. Anyway i digress. As usual okay. So so let's talk a little bit about how you guys sort of like us where you are your story and the different modalities that use the help people sort of like. I don't know wake up for lack of a better term so yeah i've never heard of quantum neuro reset. Therapy sounds awesome. It is but i just do that. A little bit i o. I think to wake people up. Really the honest question answer to that question is its every moment every day how i show up how we show How i and we engage in the world. i mean we work with clients. We work with companies. We work with entrepreneurs investors. Charlie's really led this movement around. Mindfulness meditation at the scalable level. But really i think just who we are is is is an an harvest show up and the energy we bring is how people wake up and and some people. It's an invitation and goes well. Another people can't stand us and a match. Okay yeah totally okay. They attack ask they. They don't understand us..
Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"hartwell" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"Right. Charlie hartwell marine pelton. Welcome to the show and thank you for being here. You guys are at the shifted institute dot com and talk a little bit about what you're most excited about at the shifted institute day briefly you though before i was so she's i in many things must excited about inviting people to awaken ignite consciousness human potential and flourishing. We'd really like to create a new world me to. Hey we share a mission. We do so. Charlie are excited about just about the same thing. Yeah we're pretty aligned on our on. What our mission is to say. You know the other thing that. I'm excited about as as a leader in marine with marina. And i like we're not going to change the world individually we do it as collaboratively so are husband and wife made an i. I didn't matter you know. we're we're parents co parents with each other. Were you know. were in business together. And we're here on a mission that is about what she said about igniting consciousness and inspiring human potential. That's awesome so. I mean i have to backup because whenever i hear people talk about that i always want to say like sometimes people go like. Oh i want to work on world peace and then suddenly you sound like you're in a beauty pageant. Right am i. thank you for laughing marine. you get what i'm talking about. It's just sounds a little you know. What is the word flighty. Or whatever a little so what i like to say is we all have to work on personal pace right so you don't have to really worry about the world as much as you have to worry about helping one person at a time. Find it in themselves. Personal pieces doable. One by one personal inner peace. That awakening can happen in an individual. I've seen it happen. It works possible. Right let's save the world and it's not that we're talking about doing that. one person. at a time. I mean mars has world peace because there's no people thanks for a few more years be.
"hartwell" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Hartwell Speedway, where a spectator was killed when a race car crashed into a chain link fence that happened late Saturday night. Wdun news time Just after 7 33 3 people found dead on a golf course in Cobb County over the holiday weekend, and authorities are still on the lookout for the gunman. It happened Saturday afternoon at Pine Tree Country Club in Kennesaw. A man apparently drove onto the course in a pickup truck and shot and killed golf pro Jean Sylar. This man telling CBS 46 he heard the shot. It was just kind of a frenzy and everybody was just trying to figure out like what's going on. And as cops started showing up, the police say two men found dead in the bed of that truck, including the owner of the vehicle. The Atlanta Braves, teaming up with one county in metro Atlanta to upgrade youth sports fields. July is national parks and RECs Month and the Braves into cab. County leaders are partnering to bring a facelift, aggression, parks, baseball and football fields. The facility will be getting things like new synthetic turf fencing and concession stands. The Braves are contributing $1.5 million while the county is kicking in three mail from a local option Sales tax to fund the improvements. Officials with the athletic complex are hoping the new look will be enough motivation for kids to spend more time outdoors. I'm Rob Stadler and 28% of parents surveyed admit their kids aren't getting enough of the right foods. That's according to a study from vitamin Maker Neurons are very much adverse meeting healthy food primarily agree that is the worst defender. They really are not keen on Green Bridge of any kind, Rocky brussel sprouts. Company CEO Melissa Snow over telling Georgia news networks. The study revealed that more than 70% of parents are worried their kids aren't eating healthy enough, she says that's the highest marks and her company started tracking the data. There's more news and access Wdun. Well, start feeding them healthier food. You're the one in charge of the kids. I know how hard can this be? I'm not sure. Now as far as Brussels sprouts are concerned, did not like them until I became an adult. Yes, here and broccoli. I did like as a kid. But apparently that's something that's odd, because I guess was I kid, but those are bitter. Uh, vegetables by and large, and you are more sensitive. Your sense of taste is stronger when you're younger, More senses, So the bitter things don't taste is good. Um, but you know, grain, Baines getting some green beans. Green beans are good for you. Well, that's what she was saying that they don't like the green stuff. But I think again, it depends on what the green stuff is. Exactly. And I can. I mean, I remember when I was little, I mean, if we wanted a snack before dinner if Mama Here. Have this cucumber have this carrot Have you know it wasn't okay. Here's um, chips and dip. Which y you now? Yeah. Yeah, but, Yeah, it was here. But the dip is salsa. So it's got vegetables. Yes. Have an apple have this and and I think I don't know. I mean, I'm no parenting expert only have had to And they're still both alive and they are alive. Functioning adults something right? You know if maybe you start out, giving them The stuff that is good for them. They kind of get used to that Make. Well, if that's all there is to eat. Yeah, there and they're not going to go hungry. They will eat. No. Yeah, but I mean, I admit, I'd rather much rather have a box of Cheez its then Well, according to craft If you take gooey cheese, food stuff they melt and pour over everything. They'll eat it and they probably would. Yeah, put out a pizza Elliott, and they're out of pizza. Some nutritionists that say, Hey, if that's what it takes, you know, dipping it and ranch dressing and And gooey cheese to get him to eat a vegetable, then do it, but Anyhow, it is kind of interesting. 70% of parents are worried that their kids aren't held or aren't eating healthy enough. But does that really mean that they are because is the parent when we did what we thought was a paranoid? Yeah, but when we did what we thought we were still worried about them. Even though they're in their bed healthy and they they're they're great. Worry about your still today. I absolutely do their driving somewhere. I used to make fun of my mother. She still tells me I have to check in with her. And I'm 61 years like fine. I get it now, though, I When Kelsey comes to visit from Kenneth Song, she gets back home Hate Now if we go there to visit checks, she, she tells us Text me when she tells us text me when you get back. I want to make sure you go home. Exactly. That's just a nice thing to do exactly that. Just but I Yeah. I still worry about him. Yeah, that doesn't keep me awake at night like he used to, because that might be Bill an older child thing, though, because MEREDITH did the same thing when she and her buddies flew to Puerto Rico at one in the morning. I got a text. We are here, which was fine. I didn't care And you texted Banks said. Well, we are here also. Oh, I said, that's good. Good. Have a nice time, But I'm glad to know that I mean, you know I would have you peace of mind. I would have gotten up at my four o'clock time and thought. Gosh, I wonder if they made it Now I'm flying over the ocean. I'm waiting for the text from my daughter. I am here. I have arrived. And I'm eating my vegetables about that. Actually, I worry about either one of my Children. My daughter is on this health kick and she has been for a while. She works out constantly. Gosh, um and with that said she, You know, she has His stuff shouldn't have, like all of us do, But for the most part, she eats clean. And, uh, I don't worry about my son. Well, that's right, Chef. Yeah, Don't worry about him at all. He stuff I've never heard of. It's I just I put me So I don't worry about them at all and me. On the other hand. I finally get my peanut and peanut M and M's by one o'clock in the afternoon. I got a problem. I noticed. Those are always the first thing's gone in the break room. It's a good reason for that. It's called survival Last long, Alright, survival of the fittest or survival of the unhealthiest. I don't know which one it is, but I'm trying to survive. Forecast all the way. Sunshine is with us now. It's going to really heat things up here today. But then we're gonna have some cooler days in front of us because of some rain moving into the area. We'll get to that and get to your drive News brought in part by Jackson E. M. C. Chicken Salad Chick and the Norton Agency. Wdun time. 7 39 home means family values,.
"hartwell" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Crash at Hartwell Speedway. Those in the racing community in this area say they're trying to come to grips with what happened. Eddy Segers was in the pit at the time of the incident racing all my life My daddy raised raised Whole entire families race and I've never seen anything like that. Segers telling Fox Carolina he knew 57 year old Paul Ballenger, as well as the child who was injured. Authorities say the steering shaft of the race car broke sending the car into a wall in a chain link fence where Spectators were gathered. Motorcyclist died in a crash on Buford Dam Road and for side County Saturday, 24 year old Tyler Wilson of Coming was driving his Yamaha eastbound on the roadway around 2 30 PM when an SUV in front of him stopped to allow another car to turn on the Timberlake trail. That's according to Stacey Miller, with the first sight County sheriff's office. She says Wilson was unable to stop in time and struck the SUV that sentiment to the westbound lane where he hit an oncoming vehicle. An eighth suspect, a man from Gainesville has been arrested. In connection with an April Gilmer County murder WD went Austin Eller With the story press release from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation States 35 year old one A Yala Rodriguez was arrested in Durango, Mexico, on June 26th. Yala. Rodriguez was transferred to US custody and is now pending extradition to Georgia. He's facing murder charges in the murder of 37 year old Rosanna Delgado of Bethlehem. The G B and Gilmer County Sheriff's Office are continuing to search for three other suspects in the case. Anyone with info is asked to contact the G B. Their contact info is on access Wdun Wdun news time Just after 804, a new field is open in for site County specifically for those who want to fly drones. The new drone Flying field is open at the future site of Denmark Park off Wendy Hill Drive in the southwestern part of the county. It's a 50 acre field. It provides recreation drone operators with a place to fly without having to have any special permit. 2021, Georgia police and fire games now in the book, and for the first time in over 10 years they were held in Gainesville City Tourism director Robin Lynch, speaking with WD wins Newsroom and she says she was pretty satisfied with how things were. I would write it a huge success we had over 800 participants. All across the state and actually throughout the Southeast. We were able to present almost 90 gold medal. Lynch says the games had a nearly $400,000 economic impact on the city. And games UM, and gasoline prices holding steady in Georgia. Triple A says the average price for a gallon of gas is 2 91 the same prices last Monday, Actually the same price we were paying a month ago. The Hall County average of 2 89 is also the same as last week. There's more news that access Wdun, you know, I'm not one of those who thinks things should always stay the same. But I'm glad that that is staying the same. I'd like to go down. But if it's not going to go down and at least didn't go up head hadn't moved for a few weeks there. So, um Yeah, maybe that'll be. I'm kind of surprised, given the fact that that it is July Worth travel period, but just kind of his held steady while the car is telling me this morning that I I looked at the gauge and the real red lights not on but it tells me have 75 miles left in the tank. So that's another. Yeah, probably 10 days for me. Oh, Okay, unless I make any extemporaneous trips, uh, you know, Take any road trips If I go on a long road trip if I go on a long road trip of like, maybe three miles or something like that, which is gonna be a long trip home. I don't run across town. I'm okay. So just don't drive a whole lot. And I never thought it because you know when you first got your license, mannequin, Wait, just get in the car and just drive anywhere. Um, yeah, yeah, I don't mind driving Now. I like it because I do it so rarely, but at the same time when I I just I'm so I'm so cheap. Mm, I I love to see how long I can go. You know, without having to fill up because it drives so little so I get a month out of a tank usually That's really sad. And now, now now seeing I've got that little bitty truck as well, now that we used to pull the boat when we need to get it clean or what have you so I drive it. You know, That's my weekend vehicle so I can be cool like all the other guys, But I'm a blue Jean jacket. Stigma. Elbow out there. Hey, I'm cool. I'm a truck guy. And so with that now, it's like every other month. Has had to fill both them up. But you know, I I You know, I only drive them half the time so It's fun, isn't it? When we get old? The things we care about. It's just I know it's so frivolous. It's just a point. Let's let's talk about gas prices and the weather. Isn't that coming up. Let's talk about how hard it's going to be. It was so hot Bill Main actually took his fleece off. It's amazing. Wow, exactly got out ran into yesterday is great day. No, I I was thinking about that, as I was cruising down the road. I just thought, you know I just love summer. Yeah, I do, too. I love it. I love.
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"Wants good question. You know right now. I think it changes you know changes But right now. It's the boxer by paul simon. It we we talked about that that it was redone by mumford and sons. But i've always loved the song. No the song but i never never played salter. Sure that's definitely a great song. I stumbled across a youtube video of a father and a son. And i think the son had to have probably been eight years old nine years old but his dad was playing. The boxer and the kid was singing in harmonies on. That and it sounded fantastic. I think that that was probably my first exposure to that song. And i mentioned to you before the before the show Went on the air that you guys did that really. Well a sounded good. And and josh lent a real nice percussion to to that song. It all fit together really wealth of vocals and and the drum parts. Thank you very much. Yeah number one influential musician or band. that's a tough one. 'cause they're different facets yeah. There's so many too. But i think. Sometimes that that david gilmour on the guitar he never played fast ever never played fast but he is not so memorable yeah his benz. His is the way he took those notes and and just took you somewhere in that song it out. He was not a flashy player by any stretch but the he could deliver. I mean some of the greatest. Solos that i can think of just like now that you're mentioning that just right off the top of my head you know you got comfortably numb you got you know another brick in the wall. I mean it's just like oh my gosh you know that guy was just like the tone the tonality of peace and again. It wasn't a speed thing it was just it was melodic and it is work. I heard david crosby said that Fender bender should have a statue of david gilmour further for their company. That would be fitting for sure for sure formal training or play by ear Kind of Kind of a little bit of both. I mean i do play by ear. But but youtube is is got an internet itself but youtube has got such a wealth of information to learn from if you wanna learn to play guitar piano whatever you want to learn a sing better. Go to youtube input in guitar lessons or vocal lessons and look what comes up. It's amazing you know. I was telling somebody that back when we were coming up. As as new guitarist there was no such thing as youtube. There was no such thing as tablets or you. You you literally took your your cassette or your cd or whatever. It was at the time. And you pop it in and you listened and you listened. And you hit stop and rewind. Stop rewind rewind until you hurt every note in that song and then you went back and tried to mimic it and it could take you weeks to learn that song. Now you got you got people going out in their learning songs and an hour yet. But like i always said like with with my son brandon. He's become a fabulous player. He's not formally trained so if if he's sitting in i'm not downing him when i say this is just. It's a matter of fact but if you're in a band set you gotta drummer. You gotta keyboard player. You got all these guys and somebody says twelve bar blues and the key of b or the key in they break off you know it could be a struggle for somebody that doesn't understand. Port chord progressions and the theory behind that right. So that's why. I've always said it's important to know a little bit about the theory because then it all makes sense but back to the tablets piece if you don't if you just look at tablets and you don't know the song. There's no way that you're in rhythm because tablets doesn't teach you rhythm right it's just you're playing something note for note but the rhythm is like all off. You have to know that part of it too for sure you know in you'll have you could h and h in by the you know the The the song songbooks. Or what have you. But they're going to be in in the key. Probably it was it was written. And what have you but the key. You need to sing it. In different it can be different. Yeah are you gonna find your wheelhouse and you bring that song in your wheelhouse. You got to learn to be able to go between keys. Go up or go down and that's hit bring your will and you see that a lot with musicians where you're like okay. Let's see if they're gonna hit this high note and they don't and it's because they haven't re keyed the song probably you should should've brought it down a half step or a whole step or whatever whatever. The case may be to fit the vocal. It doesn't have to be like the record and a lot of people believe that. Oh no it has to be has the sound. Just like the record and it doesn't. That's what a lot of people don't understand. These artists recorded an album thirty years ago. When you see them live now they're doing lower key Yeah yeah yeah yeah. They can't hit the high notes that they used to be able to hear. Your voice changes at ages for sure greatest song of all time ho. How do you even pick one right. How do you big going. You know you could say stairway to heaven. Then i think of andy hosie dissect it. I you know that. That's that's tough for me. I think a song this move me the most In general would be amazing. Grace just increasing just just just a song itself done by. Couldn't tell you who'd been done because so many different people but that song Very powerful yet. it's awful. Yeah yeah for sure. And i and. I'm not a listener of gospel or christian music. I know there's a lot of good stuff out there. But that's a staple song i mean. Everybody knows that song everybody. Everybody knows happy birthday and everybody knows amazing. Grace right very fortunate to be able to play that song at my grandmother's funeral. Louise marshall memo. Who's wonderful person mean. Just she was love. She'd hug you. She you know she. You went to see her with open arms. You brought a friend over. She loved him as much. She loved you. And i was just i so proud her her as my grandmother in in the legacy of love that she left for us. It's a measurable. And i was able to play that funerals. Those those with great. I think it takes I don't know if a special person is the right words. But i think because i like you get get in the middle of the music and get inside the music. I think if somebody asked me to play a song at a funeral it would be so emotional for me. Because i'm hourly emotional and especially with music if you tie the emotion of music and death together it's just it's it's overwhelming to me and some people can get through that some people don't bat an eye. I don't know that i could do it. And i know plenty of people do not play funerals and his nothing against the. It's nothing on the day. They don't play funerals because of that fact. They don't want to have to stop the song. But i tried to to know that i'm doing that song to comfort and of comforting to people there you know and it's comforting metoo and try to stay focused on that comfort rather than the loss and you have to keep that in the back of your mind when you're playing you can't lose sight of that. I remember seeing a video of vince. Gill singing at. I think it was george. Jones funeral widths. Patty was at patty. Loveless love using go rest high on that he couldn't get through it though she had to do with parts for him. How most and. When i looked at him they called. I think george jones called him sweet pea was his name right if i remember correctly but That would be me. I said that's randy if there if there's going to see randy look at that video and that's what i would be at a funeral. I just choked and he couldn't get through the songs. Yeah for sure
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"I same this bike on the beach beach while while you and i well you don't go to work anymore. But that's that's neither here nor there. But i still get up and go to work and i wanna get to that point where i get to ride my bike on the beach produce music. I would be really cool so we're jealous. I'm jealous jam. What was the name of the studio that the effort was written in yes sound art studios and that was what part of town. It's over off. it's in the afc. I say bory town. Brian baker still the manager. There does a fantastic job. Yes the last short of my recording studio and the other part of my house. The last studio that i was in with studio b in nashville and that was really really cool to be inside that studio. Where some of the great said recorded like elvis in the everley brothers and whatnot looking back. Is there anything you would change about that effort. The song choice Would you add more songs taken away. Some songs means there anything that you would hindsight twenty twenty. Yeah jim talked about that before you know and he said you know there's sometimes you just get to a point in time and you do your best you know and and you're satisfied with it. You know that that it's we're proud of it. Yeah and we are. I mean there's those saw of had so many people that reached out to me in how those songs at comforted them. Were touch them in a certain way. And it's like yeah. That's that's why they were done. Well that's good because that's your freshman effort and that's great. You don't look back and say well man. I should've done this. I regret that and we certainly look forward to more recordings. I don't know if there's any plans in the future. But certainly we in forward to some or josh ma. My son john hart who plays percussion with me. He's he's starting to record. And we're gonna we're gonna record some some songs now in noam us on just recorded one with him in on that right now so. Yeah so i'm looking forward to it right. Well let us know when that drops and we'll get the word out there. I think of all the songs on the cd. I'm there there's one that stuck out was my favorite. And i'd like to share that song with the listeners. Right now so cue. That up and again like paul said you can find these out on all the streaming. Media's the spotify i tunes check it out paul well joy in the storm and we'll go ahead and queue up a song called still counting at times. It's hard to say. It oldie. Considering where i have been water down a little fe. There's love and this great. He's there's lot of palm face and peace in my undeserving. Love is there when all this piece is their shoes mountain to a man blessing. You still can still take this time to raise by praise to you for all you brought me as live you've given me for all eternity your love. Is there when all this piece is there when prey on now to a man glistening still can stay That was still counting the joy in the storm. Cd a really liked that that tune. What was the was there. Certain inspiration behind that particular tune you can remember. I just I was just thinking the blessings. I had you know my family and job and so forth and knew we had health and our family and now just it's just a way of
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"On the scene and and just a loved it i loved. Where would what that music did to me. Yeah and how that guitar just riff would just drive is driving. It goes right to the left to the bones. Yeah absolutely absolutely. I agree and you know this is certainly a podcast to learn more about you and you know where you've been your upcoming what you have going on miza sim- similar story. That mind started with a classical piano teacher. So i was a pianist at first but then i got to that age that teenage age. Where you're like. Who wants to listen to classical music. Not not that. There's anything wrong with that but you're you're a teenager you know you're getting into the girls you know you are listening to. Yep this musical here did you. Don't buy yeah exactly so so at some point in time i cut ties with that classical piano teacher. I still continue to play the piano. But that's when. I picked up the guitar and change teachers. And you know i started learning things like sticks paradise theatre record and that's when everything changed for me so did you. Did you have any guitar. Heroes growing up. You know you're guitarist. Was there any body. That really influenced the guitar for you. I know there's a lot of artists that you probably like but was there one or two guitarist. That just did it. For you i know you spoke of angus young but was there any others. That might have really drove you to be a a better guitarist or want to learn to play. You know randy. Rhoads play with ozzy that digital itchy blew me away because he had such a classical training and in the way he played the electric. And you've never heard it like that before you know. But personally i mean i would say also besides dave goodwin. A troy melville troy was accomplished guitar player. Also a local just watching troy play in how he played it was. It just inspired me. Don marquel jasmine's brother get used to sit there and watch him him brought proctor in the living room. And just did you. Blew me away watching him play the electric guitar or they're the bass guitar can't now of course i knew desmond i knew dom you domin. I played onstage at fitzgerald's together. That was my first meeting with dom and he passed some years after that. I didn't know that don went back to tied back with brought proctor. And i remember brought proctor from high school bass player. And i think he's with. Jj donna might now or or or was associated. I don't know much about the band. Or what not but. It seems like his name was tied to jj dynamite. Yeah yeah now he's with. Jj data might now was a great hat hat brought. I'm sure that the musical taste has probably changed somewhat over time. You know the ac dc's back in the day to to the man you are now the stuff you're playing on stage. How do you see. Has there been genre switch like have you said well i used to be a rock guy but now i'm a this guy or i mean how do you think that the taste has changed over the years you know. I think it's just become more inclusive. It's it's the songs touch me to songs that move me. That can move other people. I want people to come in. Take a ride with me ride. Just does this have a blast together and listen this place a music sing along with me let it move hewlett move me and and that's what i searched for Could be it could be rocked. Could be country could be folk all all different genres. And i don't think a lot of people understand the feeling that you get from delivering a song to somebody. That is is attentive to the song and that's really there to listen to the song. There is no greater gift to give than the gift of song. And i know that you concur with that because it it can change you yell i. It's powerful me. Music itself. I mean from the bible i mean. The the whole book of psalms is song and that that always resonated chirp. That's a great segue into your cd project that you had some years back. I don't. I'm horrible with dates and timelines for whatever reason i'm great remembering names faces and musical trivia but for some reason the dates don't stick in my brain for some reason but let's talk about the joy in the storm project. Probably gonna bro some cobwebs off your brain a little bit there. How did that come about wind. Did you wake up one day and say man. I wanna do a cd. And i know that it's more along the religious gospel lines so so talk me through that. Where did the idea come from. And what was on your mind at the time. Well it at the time was In the worship team at sanderson a baptist. Church deer park. I started writing songs. I started writing songs. That i would get up in the morning during reading bible scripture and whatever and nasa you don't wanna own take this making a song and maybe touched somebody that didn't read it that way or don't don't ever read the bible and so i ended up writing wrote a number songs but we use eleven of on the on the cd muddy. Jim finley Who are started working with. At and t. It was starting to become a producer himself and he had all the equipment in his house and we ended up. We hammered out all those songs and seabrook and jim thome Get weird studio. We got put these down. And so we want to sound studios. Were to brian baker we recorded and it's it's just recently. I got it put on all the streams out there which is You know spotify amazon. You name it. Yeah i'm very proud of it and as a side note. We just lost a jim's dad recently and he was on that saw he was on the song. Join a stormy singing the base on it. You know how funny how ironic even that. You mentioned that because yesterday i queued up and listen to the entirety. The whole cd from start to finish. And i remember listening to in the storm and i said who's who's the oak ridge boys doing the base part right. I heard the base. The base kind of it just stuck out for some reason and i'm like I guess it was one of the studio musicians that they use to. To lay down vocal tracks. Right so i had no idea that that was jim's dad and Sorry to hear about the passing of this father. I didn't know gem that well I remember seeing him. If my memory serves me correctly he was in a band called hollister fractious as back in the day and the dude didn't wear no shoes did he. No he never wore shoes. I loved yet. So i i remember jim back from those days but jim is out. He's a producer in l. a. Now and he has a production company of course but he also does Finley audio machines correct and this is i think guitar and drums samples that he records produces and then he sells those two people. I is that what you understand. The business to be a belief so any still produces different Musical acts and so forth but I oh so much. The gm a main gym never took one penny for any of the producing the hammering. No songs out anything. He did it as a labor of love. And i just wanna give a shout out the gm in a love you and appreciate you and in 'em and we did play join the storm at his dad's funeral okay. It was the last song. Yeah so it was. that's appropriate. Yeah well that's cool. And i'm a firm believer that friends don't take from friends either so that probably gave him more enjoyment to to give you his professional gift than anything that he could have charged you by by way of hourly rate. Just if you guys are looking for audio tracks like a drum tracks and guitar tracks make sure you check out gyms at make music better dot com a little shameless plug their for jam. I know that he's living the dream out there in los angeles. I same
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