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Gov. Eric Holcomb Vetoes Bill Limiting Local Health Orders
"Is speaking out against a proposal in the State house that would limit local health order. See Indiana Public Health Association says the legislation could significantly damage public health in the state. At issue is the measure the governor vetoed earlier this week. General Assembly wants to allow county commissioners and mayors to put together emergency orders and reverse decisions by local health departments. The I P H A is asking to collaborate with lawmakers for what it calls a more comprehensive approach. A simple majority vote in both state House chambers could override the veto. One thing that we learned over the course of the last year and a half is things shift and things moved. So I don't want to. I don't want to give up that solid ground. I think the proof is in the pudding. When you look at the number The Public Health Association is holding a news conference this afternoon. At one. The state
FedEx Shooting Victims to Be Remembered at Big Ceremony
"I'm Julie Walker the eight people killed in a mass shooting at a FedEx warehouse were remembered today at a public ceremony at the downtown football stadium where the Indianapolis Colts play the memorial at Lucas oil stadium started with the traditional C. prayer and to tribute but governor Eric Holcomb says the legacy of those lost to war they were shining beacons to brighten the room the governor says the search for answers may never end why must tragedy strike and tear a community apart in fact here humanity of park police say former fed ex employee Brandon Scott Holt fatally shot the eight people including four members of the Sikh community before killing himself authorities have not released a motive I'm Julie Walker
Mass vaccine sites open in Atlanta, Indianapolis
"Covitz surge is still possible on Lisa Brady Fox News that warning today from World Health Organization officials as the White House pleads with states and citizens not to drop safety rules. I know the idea of relaxing mask wearing and getting back to everyday activities is a killing. You were not there and we have been we have seen this movie. Being before CDC director Dr will show well, Lansky says. When prevention measures like Mask mandates are rolled back cases go up even if the vaccine rollout continues. Senior covert advisor Andy Slavitt says two more mass vaccination sites will open Atlanta Falcons stadium in Georgia. And the Wolf Teen Center in Cleveland, Ohio, will turn into FEMA supported community vaccination sites with the capacity to deliver 6000 shots per day each. Indiana's first mass vaccination site open this morning at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway were governor Eric Holcomb got his shot while urging residents to just do it.
FEMA announces mass vaccination site in Atlanta
"Covert adviser and you slab, it says two more mass vaccination sites will open the Atlanta Falcons stadium in Georgia. And the Wolf Teen Center in Cleveland, Ohio, will turn into FEMA supported community vaccination sites with the capacity to deliver 6000 shots per day each. Indiana's first mass vaccination site open this morning at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway were governor Eric Holcomb got his shot while urging residents to just do it.
"holcomb" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"Into travel. I think this is wild. Okay so i have. I think the one that zoya always kind of intense but one of my really kind of mentors grown up. I did tonight two weeks before. I got married right. Had like seven or eight guys who've been real involved with my life. Older men scoutmaster pastor boy-scout. Yeah let's go come on right. So ill scout. He was he got to come. Sorry i most proud thing. I'm mike what kind of bird is that. He's like your scout birding badge plus google it but he one of the guys who was at that at the time his wife had cancer and she ended up fighting it for another fifteen years but he just said you know just at the end of the day you don't know what tomorrow brings so just like love or today. Wow that was a really like sort of grounding piece of advice for me. I love that I think having watched my parents in their relationship. Kind of what. The things that they navigated through From early years that. I didn't really get to see like so. I was really young when they worked through a lot of their stuff. And so i always resist. Like just always had this amazingly ship but they. They both have talked a lot about just fully showing up to be fully present for the people in your life that matter the most and i think that has been like. My dad was gone a lot when we were little. Would say like was a workaholic. And and he said and he always says he's like if i could go back i would just my little sister. I said the other day she was like what would you do differently. Like with work like because he worked a lot. He's a producer ear nashville. An and he would share all of this. So i've asked him for permission like i'm not totally just sharing his story without permission but he she said the other day she was like dad. What would you change like workwise. He goes would have come home more for dinner i i just. I love that that he even owns that. They just like yeah. He's like what actually matters is just showing up for people in the joy and in the sorrow and that's been modeled for us really well over the years in a variety of ways. We're so thankful you guys took the time to come on the show. You have so much wisdom. And i'm just so impressed. I feel like we could talk for another three hours but we want to respect your time. so yeah. If you're listening to find more about drew elliot will link all of their Social media checkout drew's most albums called dragons they're also doing monthly livestream called the neighborhoods and also the kitchen sessions. I believe that's right. That's right i think is awesome. Gm advancing the whole thing but willing call down below. So thank you guys again. You should do this more often i think. Can you guys are good at this pleasure having..
"holcomb" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"Was like oh and i was like she started crying building super sentimental like cuddling guy but i win in hospital. I woke up after fun. Sleep with her. he's he's i wake up. And i look over. And he's just on the little light whatever they have and the thing and he has emmylou right here and he goes halio pumpkin pumpkin he was like. I'll say whatever. I want to ask defensively. Don't let me be sweet depths of tenderness and sweetness. That i just didn't know existed within him. It was like she brought it all out and it has been it has been so it's been such a joy to parent together to be on the same team. I felt the same way to know everybody kind of told me like the classic sort of thing by says you have kids. It's like oh it's really makes it really hard on your marriage you know. Because then your loyalties split and all this kind of stuff and in which there's obviously some practical truth to that with your time and energy and things like that. But what when you a kid. I felt like at least you know. There's this person that's half you and you feel so connected to them into watched your spouse like give so much love and attention to this child. It was like it was just so attractive in a way that no one had told me that. Like you'll watch your spouse and you'll fall deeper in love with them watching them. Give themselves away to this person that you sort of like created together. It's it's amazing to me. In the moment i mean it's not like every moment of having kid is like right so easy.
"holcomb" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"How knowledge is interviewing your spouse. It is. We've done the same thing. And i like we would sit down. I don't know what to ask you because you know so much no it is. It was really. I really did prepare like i was so excited when i talk about it. I was like this really fun. And then i thought we should do our dates like this. Sometimes warded loved the conversation that gained from me. And you know. I don't know you get we've got three kids and life gets busy sometimes. I don't know it felt like it did feel like a date on camera. What's interesting because it is an opportunity like really think about questions that you might have have asked your spouse because At this point. I know sean pretty well. There's no questions. I need to ask her about herself. But as cool that you guys did that. I also listened to an interview. You guys did at a conference and you said that on the similar note that when you became parents it was kind of like a really falling in love experience for sure. Yeah hundred percent. Why i so drew is a. He has an amazing heart. He's one of the most intentional men that are no. He's amazing he is not like sweet he's just not. I guess we vibes from drew. Kind kind he's not leg pay. He's not he's not a pda like with there. Were all these things when i got married. I'm like oh you don't like the sun what you loved being on our honeymoon. He was like. I'll just be in the shade over your and i was like excuse me in the sun. The sun together. Why don't we be in the shade. Goes absolutely.
"holcomb" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"What's up everybody. Welcome back a couple of things. John andrew podcast all about couples and the things they go through. Today was a fantastic episode. We gotta sit down with. Drew and ellie holcomb. I've been listening to these two absolutely crush songs. They're amazing songwriters are amazing seeing singers. And we're gonna link information down below so you can take them out to but truly they both have voices. I mentioned this in the episode but he has a voice with such timber. I think is what he calls it. The right word. i don't know. But i do remember. You wanted to sing for him. I yeah yeah. It was good episode. Yes i was really impressed with drew. Ellie and the wisdom they shared. We talk about a lot of different topics including How drew ultimately worked his way out of the friend zone as dating how to deal with grief. That's right yes. They talk about some kind of major moments in their life and how they were able to make it through it and then drew also dropped a yeah. It might be my favorite line ever since we've been doing these interviews and he said something along. The lines of the human heart was not made for fame. And you'll have to listen to episode to see how we got to that point and why he would say that but so appreciative june drew. Join us today. Hope you enjoyed this episode before we jump into it. If you haven't yet please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. And give it a rating as well Again we're going to link some information in the show not so check that out and let's go ahead and roll into this withdrew. Ellie holcomb drew in. La thank you so much for joining us. Today it's a pleasure to meet you. The first time meeting although i do think we have like some mutual friends. So yeah yeah yeah i do. Well andy brooklyn that's right. They said that there are you. Guys are the couple their star struck by saying. I'm just honored to be the host. See right now. I watched elliot's interview of you drew and phenomenal job match so lower your expectations. For.
NCAA Men's 2021 March Madness Will Take Place In A Bubble In Indiana
"This spring sixty eight. Men's basketball teams from colleges and universities across the country will gather at indianapolis for march madness that includes athletes coaches and staff along families and press. The organizers goal is to create a bubble similar to what the nba did over the summer. Indianapolis was already set to host the final four this year which nc double a senior vice president of basketball. Dan gavitt says made it a logical choice. We knew when we made the decision to come to one geographic location. Having as many of those venues in the city of indianapolis in marion county in particular was important for the health costs to be very similar. Gavitt says the city's long history of hosting sporting events should help the. Ncaa is headquartered here in the city. And there's enough venues. Hotels and transportation teams will stay in the four downtown hotels all connected to lucas oil stadium. One of the six sites to be used for games but the move will likely be a financial blow to cities that were set to host some of the games this year including lexington dallas dayton and san jose. The decision is welcome news for the indiana lodging association. It's president patrick. Tam says last year it's all twenty percent of restaurants permanently close and two thirds of the hotels facing bankruptcy. Now news is is indicative of the best news for hotels since march. This is tremendous news for a lot of people that have been out of work or they now be called and talked with end. The demand for rooms could increase the nc double a. decides to allow fans to attend at a time when indiana's averaging more than seventy deaths per day from covert nineteen university of california berkeley epidemiologist. John's schwartzberg says is important to put public health before sports news standpoint. There's every reason recent plan for it if they have to have every reason for cancelling it is. Things aren't fanatically but state and local officials like governor. Eric holcomb argue. That india can handle thousands of guests. And keep them safe will have the place spruced up and ready to go. Just like we do for the indy. Five hundred just like we do for final four. This is the only time that i hope this ever happens. And i say that. As the potential host of all these gains college basketball's march madness is scheduled to start march sixteenth and run through april fifth for npr news. I'm samantha horton in
Patent Pending: How the UPTO Office is Expediting the Time From Submittal to Approval
"Welcome everyone to another episode of. It visionaries and today we have a new type of guest we have the cio of the us. Patent and trademark. Office jamie holcomb. Welcome to the show. Thanks a lot. I'm honored to be included on your podcast. I'm looking forward to our conversation. There you go in. You're a west point grad as well. I am nine hundred eighty five well the bringing that up because every time i talked to someone west point they're like the overly index successful. You know. I'm not from west point. But i i've met everyone i'm meeting west. Point overly index is accessible. So we're it's gonna be awesome to hear your career all the way from west point where you are today as cio of the us patent office. I'm looking forward to that journey because it certainly has been a hell of a ride so let's get into it right out the gate because typically most people don't i mean most people got outside of government work they don't think of government offices as forward thinking transformative you know. Most people think of the government offices. Slow moving stodgy. But you're trying to change the us patent office. Talk to me about what you've been up to. In the last few years since he took over as the cio there. Yeah thanks a lot. What were june at the us pto which is different from. Where else is trying to be as innovative as the applications that are coming in we should be known as the innovation and so because of that and because of that tagline. I'm really using that to transform the whole culture. From one of huge competence. That the first thing that happened. When i got into the us pto was. I realized that most people have an average tenure of around twenty years. And you're like wait a second that everybody's leaving nano people at the. Us patna final trademark office. They stay for thirty and thirty five years before they retire. And that's unheard of. So we're taking this workforce of thirteen thousand individuals who have a highly competent background and experience knowing exactly what they're doing and i'm trying to tell them. Wait a second. We need to do things differently. And they're like whoa wait a second. We've been doing this. Since the inception of our country in fact number one was for an agriculture compost and george washington actually signed it. So they've been doing this for a long time anyway. I am really asking them to get out of that. Government bureaucracy credentialing compliance and regulatory mode. What i'm asking them to do is think differently. Make your decisions and thought process about three different things how you can do them. Better cheaper and faster and so. That's really what i'm asking. That's the culture shift that were going for. Because in essence it requires that commercial mindset in order to change the way people do their business. And so what are the other things that unique about. The patent and trademark office is the fact that we are fee funded. We are not taxpayer-funded so we have an obligation to make sure that every penny of that and all those fees that are paid for both pads trae bar throughout a life of the patent trademark are used in squeezed so that the f. payers get the biggest bang for their buck
U.S. reports nearly 200,000 new coronavirus cases as more than 1,500 people die daily
"Record-setting cases of the coronavirus not everyone is heating the advice of health officials to stay home for the holidays as many midwestern governors announced new coronavirus crackdowns. Several have come together. Governor former governor. Andy beshear governor tony. Eric holcomb posting a video to social media urging people to be careful this holiday season follow recommendations from medical experts getting together with your family via zoom. Were amash take it off when you eat drink then put it back on. Keep six feet apart and wash your hands regularly. Many of the governors continue strict virus mandates amid pushback over. what some feel is government overreach. The governor's also acknowledging encouraging news. They coming vaccine.
The Latest: NY Gov. Cuomo: Restaurants, bars close at 10 pm
"Steps are being taken around the country to try to stop the latest spread of the corona virus in new York restaurants bars and gyms will have to close by ten PM no private gatherings of more than ten people in Indiana we are in the midst of a second search governor Eric Holcomb is bringing back some restrictions that limit crowd sizes and extends a mask mandate unfortunately too many of us and around the country have let our guards down and either assume we won't get it or if we do so be it in Sioux falls South Dakota mayor Paul TenHaken said no to a mask mandate I believe the small uptick in compliance we'll see we see from there so we will see are not worth the community division this will create violators would have been fined fifty dollars I'm at Donahue
Governor deploying National Guard to Indiana nursing homes to help with COVID fight
"Than half of the state's Corona virus virus deaths deaths have have come come from from either either nursing nursing homes homes or or long long term term care care facilities. facilities. So So now now the the state state is is sending sending Corona Corona virus virus reinforcements. reinforcements. Turner Turner Sing Sing homes. homes. Eric Eric Berman Berman reports. reports. National National Guard Guard troops will help out with administrative tasks. Regular staff have more time to take care of residents and the state Health Department. We use a reserve force of retired health professionals to help with infection control training. Chief medical officer of Lindsay Weaver says 11 facilities this week have asked for help from the reserve to plug staff shortages. I want to acknowledge our healthcare workforce, they are exhausted. They have been running a marathon at a sprint pace for eight months. Governor Holcomb says stemming the tide and nursing homes would also produced the spread in the community and take pressure off hospitals.
‘Fear of another spike’: Holcomb, officials concerned over Indiana’s COVID-19 trends
"Health Health commissioner commissioner says says she's she's concerned concerned about about the the rise rise of of Corona Corona virus. virus. She She says says the the numbers numbers could could go go up up again again after after Labor Labor Day, Day, Eric Eric Berman Berman reports reports Christina Christina Box Box says says a a lot lot of of Indiana's Indiana's new new cases cases dating back to people letting their guard down to celebrate the Fourth of July. She says she's concerned it'll happen again. As we trace this back, we find that it's usually a party, a birthday party a graduation It was a football team getting together with cheerleaders and the other kids from the high school to celebrate school about opening back up. Indiana's infection rates began rising a week before the fourth of July. That's two weeks. Fter bars and casinos were allowed to reopen, but box and governor Holcomb say most businesses are taking proper precautions. Eric Berman, 93 UMBC Mobile New schools get
Washington, DC Neighborhood Plans to Challenge New Halfway House
"P. plans for new halfway house in DC are under way the federal bureau of prisons saying they found a contractor for the facility that would be located in ward seven at the site of the former DC eagle night club but critics say by solving one problem the city's creating another ANC commissioner Tyrrel Holcomb told NBC four neighborhood leaders plan to challenge the placement of the halfway house in court if necessary ward seven has not seen its fair share of economic development we want to see true economic renaissance as our community in mind bring in a halfway house is not that opportunity Rameau no community leader in ward eight says that nimbyism can't continue progress is to be made no matter what this goes into the one of a few people who gonna say not about that job but in this day and time you say black lives matter the name of blood loss syndrome that's the lead if the project is allowed to proceed the home would result would open on October first and house three
"holcomb" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership
"So, get your notebook ready or sharpen up your memory by tuning in your attention and we'll dive right in. Well we could start the music in the Morocco's right now because I bringing you all the way from A. Beachside one Claudia Holcomb. Shows comes from a corporate background with with the background in business and economics, even an executive MBA and specialized in change management, and she has moved into the realm of being a barefoot consultant independent certified coach where she's working with people in transition so welcome, Claudia. Thank you Donna. It's great to be here today. Thank you well I love it when when I received. Thanks from you because I. Have worked with Claudia as a coach the thing that struck me as a first thing that came across was your belief that your life is fantastic and how many of us want that for ourselves? That's what we look for right people when they have a fantastic life. It's everybody's dream, so give us a little bit of your story. How you went from I. Don't know if you a corporate cubicle dweller and you know now year living on the Beach in Mexico doing freelance coaching, so just share a little bit of your journey. A great. I'd be happy to do that so I spent twenty five plus years career corporate climbing the corporate ladder. At at and t. I coached executives, an early retirement, and then consulted for some companies in New York City. And when I decided not to do that anymore. I started trading on the stock market, and all of that was pretty successful. You can tell I. Don't sit still very well, so. At that point though I tried traditional retirement golf Mahjong you know whatever and no surprise a board again, so I decided to start freelancing online and I love to research you know. Somebody asked me a question. It's all I can do not to pick up my phone and find the answer. Right that minute so I thought that would be a fun thing for me to do and and start down that path when we still lived in the US. And then you know we had what I call. A! What's next moment? That's kind of tagline thing that was what's next so a few years ago. My husband and I had one of those moments. He was in corporate. And absolutely hated his job. He would come home almost everyday and say can I quit I'm like? No, no sorry. I'd retired several times, and as I said was freelancing. So we decided this just didn't work anymore. This was not a life that we loved. You know we'd built are quote. Unquote Dream House and had a great ten years there, but it was time to do something else. So, we decided..
Keeping Your Dream Alive with Drew Holcomb
"Today or conversation is with music city icon drew holcomb. And you may remember that. We talked to drew's manager Paul Steal a few weeks ago. But here's the thing you need to know about drew. He absolutely refuses to be limited by other people's labels yes? He's a killer singer and songwriter. And believe me you're GONNA WANNA listen to the end of this episode. But he's used that foundation of singing and songwriting to lay a platform for becoming an entrepreneur. An investor a business owner. The guys creative he's disciplined. He's an absolute anomaly. But all of these different roles and qualities they've come together to make for a pretty remarkable and outrageous life but as you will hear his path toward becoming one of Americana Music Most beloved and authentic figures. It was one that actually started over twenty years ago and it was birthed out of a tragedy. I played music all throughout high school. I was your classic like Gout. The Guitar Planning Life and Learning Songs and having fun just with friends. I didn't write a song until I was a junior in college. I went to a personal tragedy the summer after my junior year of high school at a younger brother special needs who passed away very unexpectedly. I was actually out of the country and music was sort of thing. Kinda got me through it so really for me. Music was this personal sort of healing anchor. Anchor exactly I've no thoughts of doing it professionally especially talented at that time. I don't think so. No no not really I mean I was. I was fine You know I always had a very sort of ernest. Hard-working like plow through it. Sort of ethic involved in scouts and was in the student body organization. And all the things you know at school. I Love School. I always student so I went to school to college with the intent of going to graduate school to study. History on my goal is to write books and be a history professor so that was the dream now somewhere along the way. My junior decided to go study abroad and I studied in Edinburgh Scotland and I didn't really know anybody so I took my guitar with me. You know that was like my main hobby was playing guitar and I just started writing songs like at night. I'd finish my work or whatever three roommates. A Frenchman Franck Thomas the German Dave the Canadian and drew the American. That sounds like the makings of a killer ban. Yes that's right court. What are you studying in? Scotland studying church history so studying sort of like a variety of classes but Studying sort of fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Scotland. Studying the early sort of early Roman church so sort of. Constantine through you know the the break-up of the Roman Empire so just like nerdy stuck just had your guitar with you the whole yet. I wasn't writing songs about any of that stuff. I mean it was informing you know in a way but now I just started writing songs and really. It was diving into that pain because what I knew I was GONNA do. I started writing songs because my senior project at. Ut was an oral history about my brother. So I was interviewing fifty to eighty people. Nurses doctors friends teachers cousins. Who grew up around him in his life. And I was trying to figure out why this like kid. With Spina Bifida made such an impact when he his funeral was like twenty five hundred on my word so I was just personally curious and also just thought it was a great way to sort of put this history stuff to work to do this oral history and so part of that was started writing songs about that. Sorta as a sideline and extending come home from Scotland and start my senior year. My friends start playing songs for my friends. They're like Ayman is a pretty good. You should maybe give this a go so I started looking some gigs in Knoxville. Like at bars and I'd play covers and originals. Invite my friends out and this mentor of mine. Basically told me so. Hey man graduate. School can wait a year to like. It's not going anywhere much to take a break. Do this music thing get a job. See what happens. And that was in the fall. Two Thousand and three and here we are in two thousand twenty. Golly that's crazy so when you started doing it and you were playing in those bars. You couldn't have been making much planning those bars. No it's probably pretty scrappy beginnings for a while. I would assume yeah really four or five years of absolute scrap absolute scrap. Was that whole time where you think to yourself. This is what I want to do with the rest of my life or were you just filling time. During that season I was enjoying sort of the process of seeing the country of convincing by then friend to date me and Mary me I was enjoying the freedom I really found a lot of freedom and being my own boss that was like also and I was like well. That's pretty cool. And then also the same time I was sort of looking at the writing on the wall of the other dream going man. It's like really hard to get a real decent job at university especially as sort of a you know another southern white male just like there's a lot of those PhD's in history saturated market. So I just honestly the part of it I was really loving the business and I was finding satisfaction in putting together the band and the recording process and learning I was growing. I felt like you know all these things. I didn't understand about music. I mean as a kid you get a record and you think Oh. These people just got no room. They've set up. Some microphones push record. And that's what you hear and then you realize that. Oh It's actually this incredibly long and arduous process but very satisfying process and so I found myself enjoying it and just kept going based on my dad. You know I'm just GonNa keep doing this until it stops growing and it didn't. You're still. Here is your idol dip. It was your dad. Supportive or your parents supportive as you were kind of pursuing this dream very supportive. My Dad always jokes. He says he has all these friends that tell him like. Why did you let drew do this? And he's like I let drew do anything you know. He's twenty one years. Old graduated from College Emmy debt which was Nice Ozone. Scholarship makes a big difference in your twenty two years old about. Can you pursue this dream? Well I have all this debt and I gotta get a certain amount of money job or can I like try to do something independently with it of hamstrings you? So I didn't have any deaths and my dad basically told me like. Hey Man if you're gonNa work hard at this your mom and I are in your corner like let's go for it and actually took me guitar shop and bought me like the nicest guitar he could afford and said like this is our send you on your way thing you know. Wow so very supportive stuff had other people say like I wanted your parents. Let you do this crazy thing. Let me amount of adult. Yeah that's right. You don't have to have your parents permission but it sure helps. Psychologically I think to have people that believe in you that in your corner day deal but also. They weren't covering like they weren't paying for you to do they work. They work funding your dream. But they were supporting your. Yeah but I gave me alone ten grand and make my first record but it was expected to be paid back. And did you pay of course? I figured you're probably not still in the payment plan. No I read this in. I think it was rolling stone. That wrote it. It said while working at a Memphis studio in the early two thousands holcomb started playing small bars on weekends and eventually found himself zigzagging across the south in old Volvo Wagon and putting nearly three hundred thousand miles on the car and five years first of all. Is that true very true? John Actually totaled at around two hundred and forty thousand miles and took it around mechanic and he he made it drivable not put another ninety thousand miles on it. That's insane you're going all over and then it says initially. He says he was barely making ends. Meet playing at the most random coffee houses and community college. Lunch hours anywhere. That would give me a little scratch to play my songs. So that's a pretty accurate representation. Those first few yeah definitely and you know some of those college. Gigs were literally community colleges noon and they had these entertainment budgets that they had dispensed they bring you in. I'd bring my own P. A. And severe that set it up in the corner at start playing and literally a third of the room when they realized the somebody was sort of interrupting their lunch would put their headphones on to listen to their music. While I'm playing in the corner so you had to have pretty thick skin letting you know their checks cashed and that's how I was able to afford to keep going so it was complete survival. Did you have moments where you were just like? What am I doing at least two or three times an hour? When I was playing shows seriously though you know sometimes about halfway through that period is when I got married. Ellie was a schoolteacher and then after a year of teaching administered go on. The road means so really my last year of doing a lot of those colleges she was with me and that was so much more fun because we were just getting the car and just laugh at how terrible the experience was you know like. I said they were the gigs paid and that was the right around the time we started having some success with songs on TV and film. This song live forever came out which did really well On. Tv show. Parenthood was the season. Finale montage moment and we got paid enough to get a van and we started getting asked to go on tour other singer. Songwriters. Dave Barnes and Marvis. Are these sort of smaller. You Know Club. Things were also starting to really make real fans and then it became. Maybe I want to do this for the rest of my life. Real to that point it was like this is a big.
"holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Holcomb decided to put a hold on affections foreclosures and utility shut offs when the coronavirus started now he signed an executive order Thursday extending that pause until July first an exception does what landlords file for emergency evictions beginning today which would only be for permit evictions with immediate and serious injury loss or damage to the property he also says you can go camping again in Indiana the card Darling reports some people may be out of luck in getting their canceled camping reservations back governor Holcomb originally said you couldn't go camping at state parks in Indiana until the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend even though most people like to camp that whole weekend because of that many people cancel their camping plans but ginger Murphy with the DNR says if people chose to keep their Sunday night reservation then those folks will be able to come in on Friday or Saturday we're holding those sites open for them unfortunately she says if you cancel your reservation all together you won't be able to get it back you'll have to make a new one Darling ninety three W. white BC mobile news three separate shootings within a two hour span Thursday night to happen around eight thirty one that appeared to be accidental on graves light drive near Southport on Harding on the south side another left a man shot in the leg on north Colorado Avenue near thirty fourth and you put on the northeast side a third victim is in stable condition after being shot near seventy first in Michigan on the north side after ten o'clock no one was killed I MPD investigating all three what's it like for a Major League Baseball player during the pandemic rob Connor reports what Cincinnati Reds player Josh VanMeter has been doing at home in fort Wayne Bennett is been using a training facility near his hometown that's owned by the summit city sluggers a summer league team he used to play for when he was a teenager condition anger less than a little bit away answer heading use eager to get back to playing baseball but is also taking advantage of his time at home no it's all family time but just something I don't get a lot of so trying to find the positive in everything E. three W. I. B. C. mobile news and I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. Y. B. C. and W. Y. B. C. dot com seven oh five traffic on the fives map there are John let's talk about what's re opening this weekend all right we're gonna be doing some roads here is westbound seventy from four sixty five to the north where this is the side that we're talking about not the website anymore the east side all right westbound lanes are supposed to reopen sometime on Sunday we keep our fingers crossed and then that ramp that's been causing so much trouble may have deterred southbound for sixty five these bonds every that is close because that's where the truck exploded a few months ago yeah that's supposed to re open on Sunday as well whether played with us a little bit.
Hundreds Of Prisoners Have Died In U.S. From Coronavirus
"People living in close quarters like nursing homes are particularly vulnerable to the crown of ours and that goes for prisoners to buy one count at least twenty five thousand inmates in American prisons have tested positive for the coronavirus with three hundred and seventy three deaths Jake Harper with side effects public media reports from Indiana at least seventeen Indiana prisoners have died so far during the pandemic the very first with Scotty Edwards he was seventy three years old serving time for attempted murder in two thousand one Edwards was at a prison called west Phil he thank you for ballpark about a week and a half an inmate named Josh told his mother in a recorded call that Edward started showing cope with symptoms in early April he has to be identified by his first name because he's afraid of retaliation from prison staff here's one over your medical travel time Medicare fail you're fine you can send them back to other inmates corroborated the story they said Edwards was short of breath dizzy and sweaty you can even make it to see medical staff on its own other prisoners pushed outwards in a wheelchair each time he was sent back to his dorm one very late accurate after land almost fell just said to inmates got Edwards to sit on a toilet an officer called the medical staff we are in the bathroom for about forty five minutes after they finally come out on oxygen and and make them you know five hours later you guys these personal accounts it contradicts the official story from the Indiana department of correction Edwards died on Monday April thirteenth the next day the department put out a release it read quote the offender a male over the age of seventy who did not have indications of illness reported experiencing chest pains and trouble breathing on Monday and quote the Westville inmates emphasized that Edwards didn't wait until that Monday to report his symptoms he complained to staff for days Dr Kristin dos is the chief medical officer for the department of correction she declined to explain the different accounts of his death we do not talk about the topic he says and patient clinical data advocates a vast Indiana governor Eric Holcomb to order early release for some inmates such as the old and sick governors in the nearby states of Ohio and Kentucky have ordered such releases but Holcomb has refused he says it's up to local judges to decide on a case by case basis in the meantime Dr das says Indiana prisons are taking steps to control the spread of the corona virus we moved quickly and yes we have separate bills were sick from the tech but according to accounts from numerous inmates that kind of quick isolation of sick prisoners doesn't always happen three inmates at a prison in Plainfield described another coded death one L. teeny died April nineteenth Cheney kept complaining he couldn't breathe according to a fellow prisoner who later told his girlfriend what happened over the phone he across we've been trying to get this you'll start your to send them the medical initiative back Tuesday another prisoner recalls that medical staff came to check on Cheney but left him in the dorm where he later died and it's bad prisoners say watching other inmates die like that is scary and they worry it'll keep happening before Scott Edwards got sick he shared his anxieties with the sister Gloria Sam he said I am afraid of this virus because we're close to gather any big comes out is spread like wildfire she says her brother stopped calling in early April which was unusual the day after he died she got a call from prison staff she thought they were gonna say Edwards was sick they sit here he attacked us at practice what do you mean testing that this is a symbol is one of the most hurtful things I've experienced in my life that was April fourteenth if he hadn't died Edwards would have been released from Westville prison on may
Kentucky governor partners with six other states to reopen economy
"Also Kentucky governor Randy Bashir another regional governors including governor Mike DeWine then governor Eric Holcomb of the Indiana announcing a partnership to reopen regional economy this year announced the partnership at his daily briefing Thursday we have expanded our partnerships with other states on how we jointly work to re open our economy this year said he along with Ohio governor Mike DeWine Wisconsin governor Tony Evers Minnesota governor Tim Walz Illinois governor JB Pritzker Indiana governor Eric Holcomb and Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer will work in close coordination to re open the economy in the
K-12 Schools Try To Salvage The Term By Teaching Remotely
"Window Indiana governor Eric Holcomb Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer have ordered schools in their respective states to stay close for the rest of the academic year saying simply we can't return we can't deny the facts or the world we live in today right now students are expected to continue to learn remotely the two states join a growing list of places that have canceled their school years some states extending shut
"holcomb" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
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"holcomb" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"At general for those outside. How is this Houses affecting musicians and people in the industry and and what are they doing with this time? Sure Electric thoughts one Even though they're really sort of facing a massive amount of sort of unknown future trip everybody vegetate that idea. Like large gatherings is going to be one the lasting come back online There's a timeout. That really I think a lot of people who are just a lot of questions. Near several touring musician world is is sort of just completely up in the air. But I feel like everybody's stricken each other that's five-seater you know. Seen a lot of vulnerability from you know friendly friend Brian. I'm sober now. A couple of years is reaching out saying. Hey it's solutions really bad for people like us. If you need somebody to reach out to you know reach out to me on social media so I think people are making themselves excessive oil to each other really cool thing I think secondly I think there's a long vehicle scrambling to figure out what you know how to sort of make a living sort of You know social distancing two point zero whatever that's GonNa look like and we sort of found out in four weeks what you know what what's next So I think that's sort of you know on a lot of people's minds but also been a lot of you know there's a lot of really good things happening for people you're in immediate trouble. You know they all these different relief funds cares Cetera the are. You know I think people are being really generous and this concert last night on it. It's your facebook just so we could pay our band and crew for our loss work and we're going to be able to cover like at least a month and a half just from that one thing so I think he's just like general generosity out there but at some point that stuff's going to kind of run out its point question's GonNa raise. It really is something that drew pointed out that the wanted him to kind of expound. On is is the fact that during times like this. It's so.
"holcomb" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"The pliers would stick to the magnet. It was a bit painful at this point. House my plumber. These magnetic gas so these are not kitchen and I've lost count of how many are up his nose at this point. You know like I know there was the initial magnets than they were the rescue magnets. And then there are the magnets on the outside. And they're the pliers which them themselves became giant magnets. He said if I says my my partner took me to the hospital that she works at because she wanted all her colleagues to laugh. Doctors thought it was quite funny. Making comments like this is an injury due to self-isolation in boredom. Hey listen the all that to say if you're in their board tinkering around don't resort to see what happens if you stick random things up your nose. It can happen to an astrophysicist. If an astrophysicist they'd be that bored imagine what the average person know. I feel like this is a tough ad life lesson for everyone listening. I think this is a really important point because boredom can breathe a lotta different things. Yes Bri- but we're we're all changed people because of this and that boredom can be fueled for really good things and positive things or it can go as we've learned it can go really awry and don't let boredom be. The reason that you in hospitals are already jam packed as it is in other restriction. They don't have time to about somebody with magnets And this is an astrophysicist. I shudder to think of what people less intelligent than this doctor could get up to in the coming weeks as boredom pushes us to try new even more creative ways to kill time. That might end up killing ourselves. I've seen like the most elaborate like random Rube Goldberg machines by people around the House on Instagram we. We have injured in the greatest golden age of Instagram of all time. Because there are so many people especially people who are like you know In in like the Gen Z. Demographic who kind of making their their basically that generation is the Martin Scorsese of tick tock videos. You know what I mean. You can give a kid a phone and say make make the most compelling fifteen second video ever seen and suddenly you know. They're making Oscar level. Yeah they're they're basic. I've seen I've seen like videos from some twenty year old kid in a dorm room. That has more special effects. Christopher Nolan Video. And it's a fifteen second tick tock like. It's very impressive but I will say this. A lot of people are spending their time making very cool videos for tick tock and instagram and I applaud it. I love just killing time. Seeing how rant wh-what random board people are doing with their time and their phones it is. It is truly the golden age of random instagram. That is absolutely and that sales nicely into the slides that I want to bring this week. Which is pretty short story but hopefully a longer conversation around it because I have. I have some thoughts on. I want to get your feedback. It's still we're going to. I'm going to start but the with last night Elton John hosted a charity event for Cova del own John Consistently winning most charitable celebrities.
"holcomb" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"He says I accidentally invented a necklace that buzzes continuously. Unless you move your hand did the exact opposite all the time. Unless you're touching your face so this point is experiment is experiment is going awry. And he realizes that his machine unleashed it on humanity would actually do far far more harm than good. But listen he's been dabbling all day and he's got a lot of fun magnets just sitting around right so the experiment was a huge failure. Most okay I got some magnet supply with somehow this astrophysicist who has a doctorate degree in astrophysics ended up deciding. I would just spend the afternoon plane with magnets. Shortly thereafter. They became horribly stuck up. His nose here is some quotes after scrapping. The idea of the mask. That was still a bit bored plane with the magnets. It's the same logic as clippings pegues ears. I clipped him to my ear lobes and then clip them to my nostrils and things went downhill pretty quickly when I clicked the magnets to the other nostril. Here's off to keep reading the story. Reardon said he plays two magnets inside his nostrils in two on the outside when he removed magnets the outside of his nose the two inside stuck together. Unfortunately the researcher then attempted to use the remaining magnets removed him. So he's got a couple of magnets jammed up as knows who hasn't been there. You know what his solution was to now. Maybe I can jam some more magnets up there. Okay the ideas send a rescue magnet up there till you other exactly. Maybe not maybe if I send a stronger magnet bound pushes pushes further like when you lose a chip in the salsa. You're like okay. I got to get stronger. Chip out branches breaks three layers into and then they need just got big so he's had at this point. My partner who works at the hospital was laughing at me. I was trying to pull him out but there is a ridge at the bottom of my knows that it can't get passed. Yeah WE UNDERSTAND. We all have noses magnets up there for that very reason. After struggling for twenty minutes I decided to Google the problem and found an article about an eleven year. Old Boy who had the same problem? The solution in that was anyone guests more magnets attached to put on the outside to offset the pool from the from the ones inside. Okay seems like if this eleven year old kid figured out. This astrophysicist would have no problem. Continue with this quote I was. I was pulling downwards to try and remove the magnets. They clipped onto each other. I lost my grip and those two magnets ended up in my left nostril while the other one was in my rights. At this point I ran out of magnets. Okay this point. He's got a bunch of magnets up. There he keeps inadvertently jamming more ragnitz up as host before attending the hospital. An attempted to use pliers to pull them out. You know the problem was. They were made a medal and they became magnetized by the magnets inside his nose. The final quotes every abroad. The players close to my nose. The entire nose would shift towards the pliers would stick to the magnet. It was a bit painful at this point. House my plumber. These magnetic gas so these are not kitchen and I've lost count of how many are up his nose at this point. You know like I know there was the initial magnets than they were the rescue.
"holcomb" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"He works a lot better for him to be like a fitness instructor with lame jokes comedian. That is in good shape but still has lame jokes because bad standard materials still plays okay if you're just a physical trainer but if you're supposed to be a stand up comedian and those are the jokes you're working with then you send another role and and that's what the that's that's good. That's an inspiration in so many ways. Tony is an inspiration for it. But we should look like in our with our bodies and with our professional careers Do have a lot going on this show. Today we're joined by. This is going to be a lot of fun. We're joined by drew. Holcomb of drew holcomb in the neighbors. And the reason I was actually really interested to talk to drew is that he like a lot of different musicians has been using his time in self-isolation to do he's he's putting out a cover at day. He's there called kitchen covers. He and his wife Ellie Holcomb have been recording these and using that to raise money for musicians who are out of work and it's been really really good stuff so I wanted to hear about that project in kind of how they're doing in south isolation So we had a great conversation about that. Can't wait to share that with you and share some of those covers with you and tell you how you can get on board if you've got nothing else going on and you don't even should be paying attention to Madrid music. It's really really good but before we get to that too we are going to take time for slices will go to those right after. The break was so Plane clearly. Has God put something in your heart to do? Perhaps something bigger than just the normal routine of life perhaps to build his kingdom in advance his calls. My Name's Jamie Doom. The President New Orleans seminary and Level College. I want to encourage you to join us at the towel and Basin podcast where we take up all issues related to the kingdom go to Bts DOT EDU slash podcasts. Hope to see there. You're listening to another lover by Little Dragon. Be Any podcast. You heard can't do much by Alexa. Hachi that felt appropriate for or at Right. Now Yeah Yeah. Yeah and by the way. That's a great. That's a great new album. The new action. I've always liked boxer. Hi Tina I'm glad she's finally getting some. She's one of those.
Governor Holcomb rejects landlord-tenant bill
"The governor's veto kills the landlord tenant bill Stanley R. reports about the right time for it says governor Eric Holcomb not with many Hoosiers out of work in the fallout from corona virus he has vetoed the bill that would have prevented cities across Indiana from enforcing protections for renters in doing so Holcomb defies the Indiana apartment association that group had lobbied for the bill after Indianapolis mayor Joe Hogsett moved to oppose new housing proposals
Governor says Indiana's May 5 primary has been postponed until June 2 because of coronavirus concerns
"To the Indiana primary has been postponed because of the corona virus says governor Holcomb action to reschedule revelation to June second Holcomb says the date needed to be pushed back for the safety of all county employees poll workers and
Indiana Confirms 1st Case of Coronavirus
"We're here today to announce that Indiana has in fact received its first case of coronavirus coded nineteen I did want to also stress and underscore how we're moving forward I have just signed and declared a public health emergency to ensure that the state of Indiana is in the absolute best position to get the federal funding necessary to respond governor Eric Holcomb announcing that India has its first case of corona virus the patient is a man he's in isolation in Marion County he has looks like he went to Boston the came back and thought he made at a mild case of a called ahead to the doctor's office they put him in a like a side room at community north hospital with no like negative air flow and he is
"holcomb" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"He loves it too. He called his song sweet and then there's a song called mama sunshine daddy's rain. I love when y'all sing that way when she comes out mhm thinks she's going to want to be a neighbor before it's all said and done yeah put the pump the brakes on that a little bit. She's like when that really. You need to go to bed before the show and the people beloved me. We know we have a problem here. We know that's going to bed all all right drew. Thanks buddy for oh. You guys what a gift that conversation has. Oh my gosh i'm so thrilled and grateful for drew just being open and honest and tell on us about his family and his hopes and dreams and <hes> talking about the reimann y'all know i'm always going to be up for talking about the reimann so big again to drew for being on the show. Make sure you give him a follow on social media and tell him thanks for joining us today and when you go see him. Make sure you buy v._i._p. Tickets so you get to meet him and tell him you are already friends because your friends of the pot right and so is he so do like you to dance swanson just yell that sounds fun and his general direction and you'll know what it's about and if you have not grabbed his new album dragons make sure you do that today day. Go ahead and buy a copy. You can get physical copies on his website. You can also always get digital copy elsewhere but make sure you buy a copy of dragons and play play around your house in your life. I think you're really gonna love. It drew's right. That's when is different and there's depth in the music and in the words that is just really special and i'm thankful thankful thankful thankful for his ability. Hey and if you want to come to the reimann show in september. I'll be there so you guys come on. Let's have it that sounds my party at drew's show here in nashville but but if you can't make it to national make sure you check out drew on the road wherever he is closest to you and just look at all that up on his website. Hey if there's anything else i can do for you. I'm embarrassingly single easy to find any f- downs at in family because we love. That song is playing in the background f._s._n. Family on instagram twitter facebook all the places you might need he made that is how you can find me and i think that's it for me today. I'm going to go out and do something fun. I'm getting my nails painted. That sounds fun to me. You go out and do something. That sounds fun to you too and i will see you back here on thursday. Y'all have a great week..
"holcomb" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Mailed. Me won a record yes. Do you know that i just got a record player. Did you really i'm buying a new that talk about magnolia record club yeah yeah. It's another crazy idea that turned out to them drew. I know there's some that are in the trash bin of history. Don't worry at least try right definitely have tried so <hes> i was a member i joined a record club like a book club but for records from israel dolton here in town and i would get their releases is on a monthly basis and i thought the school i wonder if i could do this with my fans and i would pick the record and curate from my artist friends and so i started around christmas like three three and a half years ago and picked <hes> calling houses <hes> at that time new record and we had like forty or fifty people sign up which i thought was sweat wow very cool and then it is just like been like that ever since every month and we've been now. We've got another people carrying so we had <hes> shakey. Graves curated a record brain. Rainy cardiologists curated a record and so it's hard meaning that she didn't make a new record. She's what was going on. The curator writes a letter to the club. So you know it's for me. It's like i say this is judy lines new record and here's a story about them and why i think it's great and besides it's not just your normal like like online biography of the band that the the press gets. It's like an artists perspective on another artist yeah so yeah. It's been really fun. It's just like another one of those yeah molly warning to people what they're dreaming about. Something is that when your dreams come true. Sometimes they become really hard to nightmares to manage yeah. That's not the nightmare anymore but for a while record club was like a total like oh we need air conditioning space store these records and palate owning to staff ooh by post office machine all this stuff. It was just like well run a business pain. Men seems to be what i feel like. I'm learning is that there is a peak to the pain of it and you build it and you go. This is awesome. Oh this hurting of this is really hurting where and that peak is either when and you walk away or you build systems. I was gonna say you start to share the load. When you start to give away some of the responsibilities or you walkaway yeah you have to either have to build yeah the having the festival for me. It happened with <hes> the record club and honestly having with touring a <unk> myself for like six years out of claros like what am i doing. I need an eight miles so bad you gotta find me an eight thousand how much we'd be getting done with my idea and his like get it done this got. It got some. You've got some eight wing and you brother. Don't you got some get it done. I guess i can do. Is there something you're dreaming of. It hasn't started yet <hes> <hes> yes. The biggest sort of dream that keeps sort of hanging out in my brain is that when my kids are all potty trained in sort of you've like non napping phase my youngest is year so maybe three or four years i want to take a year okay and like rent our house out and stay fifty weeks fifty two weeks and fifty two different places in the u._s. Kind of in the u._s. and maybe like fought y for weaken alaska for week and do one show in each place and then do like a like basically make it a a year or two kids where we do like service one day week. We do like national park one day week we do and and we and we write about it. You know we write songs about it than we do shows and we have like a tormentor file every week for for the show and i don't know whether to do fifty states in fifty a few weeks bountiful wanna spend a week in certain states you know i know i know you're listening north dakota so beautiful you could z. So many things could yeah but like you know..
"holcomb" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"The stage is big and it said that there isn't a bad seat in the house and in my research i found that to be true all artists i've ever seen perform there at some point unplugged and steps away from the microphone. They step toward the front. Take their earpieces out and just saying it's something about the acoustics dixon the way they perfectly created this room for music. When drew holcomb sings tennessee acapella with no microphone the crowd goes silent and everyone is in awe aw until the moment he invites the crowd to sing along and then because the room is full of nashville people the sound swells and four part harmony and i'm not kidding you just writing about it makes me tear up. The sound of this town singing in this room is moving right. I know it makes me dare even killing me over here. Do you feel that every time you play their version of that yeah absolutely and we played in a lot of different ways. We've done three or four headline shows there and then i've been a guest at you know indra indra petersons christmas show and then i've done opry there in the winter three or four times. An episode absolutely doesn't matter the setting stepping onto onto that stage. There's one thing there's this incredible honor of it. <hes> 'cause you want to sort of you. Just can't believe the gratitude it through you get to share the stage with this this history of his room and the second thing is there's a there's a good pressure <hes> which if you're going to get up on that stage better a bear witness to something true yeah you know because that's what's been happening. They're better bear witness to something true yeah. That's how i feel about it yeah now. I've got great advice. My first show there bear rinehart from need to breathe is good friend flew end for the show because he knew it was really important to me and he came backstage and he's like hey. He's pretty quiet. He said hey just let the show come to you. Don't chase it wow and so i walked onstage. Agent took like four breaths before even like just the microphone look around crowd was cheering. You know took it in a couple of times. Let it out out to dinner and then we played the show and it was one of the most <hes> important hour and a half two hours of my life like it was it was everything i want it to be more and that's not typically what happens in life right you build up yourself to this big event right and then it doesn't live up to it you know but that one did and then some and then <hes> came after the show and he whispered meyer laughing house i was kinda teary and he laughed he goes saw downhill from here man ebbing right bookends of truth from my older older brother in music. So what an interesting let the show come to you yeah yeah i had at a meeting last week and the guy said what's the dream and i said i want to sell out and he hasn't sure i was like okay. That's just the wine. There's this what what else what other venues do you have left in your in my dreams. Yeah hopes well. I've played red rocks. As an opener. Okay headlining there would be opening debris debris. That's right so head lying..
"holcomb" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Five and ten on every fifth year anniversary. We're going to do like a major adventure yeah so for our fifth year anniversary. We hiked hundred twenty miles in the alps for our tenth anniversary. We did ten days in patagonia on ya down in chile and all the you know kayak the iceberg and all that kind of stuff so so like she wouldn't do that stuff on her own. She's like oh my gosh. That sounds like so much fun but then you're like okay. We'll book a flight. Let's do it right right right well. I don't know that there are six win canisters over kind of book it today. We're going we're going. I may got it all worked out. I gotta take care of does also our calendar can she looks at it sometimes and she's like what are we doing all these things through anything yeah how often didn't will she drew holcomb the neighbor so you always have the same kind of dudes with you. How often does she is she with you now. Well not a lot except for we've you've been doing this'll be the we'll do it again. Next year. We've been doing a february evening withdrew anneli holding us without the band and i think that's going to become an annual thing so christmas shows right christmas shows nashville nashville and memphis okay. Those aren't sold out yet are they. They're not just went on sale like a week ago. Okay so people can still back. Is it at skimmer this camera her hate. That is the worst but that's my favorite. Christie is a hard case skirmish horn. Oh hey hey shurmur horn. Yeah yeah screw on okay so that is what we get an email from scott mispronounced talking about that's a soft k. You just repair that and how you talk nate doug has been with you from the beginning fifteen years and and then the other two guys as long as all rich <hes> has been with me for thirteen years and then everybody else is is relatively new. That's unbelievable two guys for that tour manager. Her sound guy has been with me for six years. What i've learned watching my like lady. Antebellum has the same people they've had for a really long time. They banned stays together. What's the benefit for you of having these guys that have stuck around for so long to things and one serious not serious not serious. One is just fun like i like brothers you know and then serious thing is trust. <hes> there's just a massive amount of trust because you you know each other you've seen each other in highs and lows goes both professionally and personally and you know that kinda read each other like i can tell when if you know something if riches having a bad day he's not i told me i know that just physical cues and mike so oh come on. I'm not gonna like give him a hard time today but i can tell because the road does that to use them. Countries like you can just tell somebody's somebody's heart is at home and they're not bigger on the bus and i can tell that with richer with nathan and with thomas and so those are the days are like kinda. Give them a little extra. The lecture love and vice versa so trust and is is <hes>. It's amazing to really been a gift. I'm about to be my first bus tour for two weekends. Oh yeah what do i need to know about living on a bus sleeper or heavy sleeper and my only other times on a bus. I have slept fine well then my only thing for on it'd on the busses just after like make myself go to bed. Oh yeah because otherwise the play with the dude hang out and talk about life. You're gonna hyphen show and my voice has to get rest so i have to go to sleep but i love it on the bus. It's so much better than being a van day or flying day because you get somewhere at eight in the morning. You wake up at eight thirty nine o'clock in there. <hes> and i've sound check at four. I've got seven hours in town. See friends or go play around golfer coffeeshop radio station..
"holcomb" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"He. I'll just tell her that he was driving along listening to music speeding speeding being like a criminal and in texas. Is that right or yes. I think <hes> now i think michael lives arkansas yeah. I'm just telling the whole story but he gets pulled over and he says to the cop. The cop says what are you doing and he says i did. You know you're speeding the. I'm sorry i was really jamming out to did you hook up with the neighbors and what is the cops. Say cop says lladro gonna neighbors slowdown and you're all right and let's him but i know that is. I don't believe this really unbelievable because it's not like i'm like a you know like jason aldean or something where like every every cop knows who i am for that satellite for some some random state trooper to pull him over and be like yeah me too but hit the road and slowdown having a great day when michael was re telling me the story he said. I don't know that drew will ever remember. This and i don't know that this matters and i kept saying to him. You have no idea how much we love so unique. You know i get a lot of the stories stories that one is one of the on the lighter side usually if someone feels the need to sort of tell me a story about music. Kinda can be like sort of heavy share. You know so that one was especially fun because it was. It's just like this really hilarious. You know coincidence right happens. What do you do when people email and letter better sin sin thanks to you. Was that experience like for you getting the moments. I really try hard to respond always at least read everything that you will send on me but sometimes you'll send me just like you know novels. Sometimes it can be like a lot of people ask us to play charity fundraiser's which which we wish we had another three three hundred days in the year but that's about how many times we get asked to do so you know those concerns. Let's get a little bit like okay. You know gets gets to the point a little bit but really when people send me their stories about <hes> for instance. I just had a sort of heavy but <hes> had a guy. We had this moon river. Festival in chattanooga is in the early fall and guy sends me an email or a instagram dragons love. It happens on instagram direct message just kind of a neat thing but so he says hey. I was that maneuver last year with my my friend <hes> let's say joey and joey has always had a real struggle with life but that time we went together we camped. We had had this beautiful weekend. Listen to music together. We said our goodbyes and we went off their separate colleges and he said joey which was apparently not a surprise because of how much he had struggled he a took his own life <hes> a month after the festival and he said i'm coming back this year. I'm coming by myself. I'm going to spend the weekend with my memories of joey and i'm just excited. Thank you for creating a place for me to have the sweet long lasting memory of my best friend you know and you're just like wow okay <hes> i'm weeping reading it and grateful and it's really neat just practically that people have access to that i mean i can't imagine i can't imagine when i was in high school trying to get in touch which with thom yorke radiohead in sync. Maybe shoes you in z man right here. I did work security and instinct concert..
"holcomb" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Hi france welcome to another episode of that sounds fun. I'm your host any down so happy to be here with you today. We we have been so lucky the last few months to be listening to the music from our friend ryan o'neal sleeping at last in his instagram songs but today as we kick off the fall aw we're gonna switch up so starting today and for the fall you will get to hear our buddy drew hook them who is actually also guest today. This music is from his new album dragons. Make sure you have a copy. Ya'll so good. You're going to get to hear us talk all about it but this is the music you'll hear for the rest of the fall so thank you to drew for well. Hey hey for this episode that you got to hear but also use his music this season it so generous f._m. I'm really really grateful. You may remember that drew's wife. Ellie has been on the show already already a couple of times. She is episode twenty seven one of the o._g. Episodes and she has also on the christmas party two thousand eighteen episode two if you want to go back and hear more from this family family but today we get to hear from you and i'm really excited for. You ought to hear this conversation. I think really really highly of this guy and i think you will as well. If you you probably already. I love his music but i think you're going to really <hes> respect him. In love is hard after you hear this conversation and i just want to let you know as well just like with sherry lynn episode a couple of weeks ago withdrew and i originally they recorded <hes> i did not record it correctly and so this is our second conversation. He is a good friend to me that he just came back the office and we did it again so you here's there's refer a couple of times to stories we already told because that's what we did when we recorded the first time but actually both of us when we stopped the recording feel like this is a way better show so it it all worked out as it should so. Here's my conversation with my good buddy. Mr drew holcomb right drew stewart again buddy. Listen what what an honor to have you back in the podcast just here here you technically were. I mean i can't thank you enough. Oh yeah no worries. I live right on the streets. That's right and i think the fun thing is. We're friends enough that we just have a conversation. I'm not even stressed about as doing it. Exactly this told you text. I will only hold this over you for as long as we're friends actually said tinder fifteen years which says to me ending. Jason kidd graduate. I want us to start where we started last time as well because i i wasn't allowed to say last time that i can say this time is i am speaking at young twenty twenty and january you really yeah that's awesome and that also same so stoked about it yeah and you. You're like a long time young life guy yeah. I mean like way back to my childhood like that was involved. My parents were on the committee in memphis. My grandparents were involved with young life starting in the mid forties which is right when it starts yeah. Oh gee for real yeah yeah my my grandfather <hes> met the lord at a campfire with jim rayburn the founder of young life from nineteen forty three. Oh my gosh and then your parents got involved in you so you've you've never known a life without yeah yeah. It was like a huge part of my my childhood and did you grow up with club meeting at your house and oh yeah so you just always he's had teenagers around. As you're a kid. There was like it was in seasons like my parents are really involved..