21 Burst results for "Honky tonk"
Morgan Wallen Apologizes After Getting Arrested Outside Kid Rock's Bar
"For you how bad you have to behave to get thrown out of kid rock's bar barely a country started with Morgan Wallen says name Ryan or Wayland sorry I am not familiar with this guy but it was Morgan what what he has he was arrested on Saturday outside of kid rock's big **** honky tonk and rock and roll steak house in Nashville I guess he and his cronies were inside getting drunk kicking several glass items that's all it says I don't know what that is tables chairs actual glasses security guards escorted them out and the cops outside gate Morgan several opportunities to walk away but he refused and started getting into verbal altercations with people just walking by next thing you know he was arrested due to being intoxicated in public in being able to take care of
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"I've had for years box. Dvd set that celebrates the Chicago Bulls six championships in the nineteen nineties. The title is NBA Dynasty Series Chicago Bulls Real quick takeaways couple takeaways Scottie. Pippen totally underrated. I I mean. I know he's considered a legend and one of the top fifty basketball players all time. But but he's even better than that as far as the goat discussion. Greatest of all time between Jordan and Lebron James. All right I conceded. I think it was a year or so ago that Lebron has probably taken that title. I'm more than willing to be argued that I'm more than willing to be argued wrong as a Chicagoan but one thing is for sure after going through some of these. Dvd's Jordan is so much more fun to watch. I mean he just. He spent so much time doing beautiful things. High up in the air way above Lebron's had would have been so That's just a blast to watch now. You can't this is kind of a sneaky. Pick you can't stream this. Dvd set so. I'll take this occasion as an excuse to mentioned that. Espn's ten part Michael Jordan Doc. The last eight they move that up it was gonNA come out on June nineteenth. Yup the release date is April nineteenth. So obviously I can't wait for that listeners. I can maybe loan you my bulls box set because it isn't streaming but otherwise just look for the last dance this weekend on ESPN. I will be watching it. Yeah I have not seen the set that you are watching but I cannot wait for Sunday night. When the ten part doc starts it's been this mythical thing that's been rumored to be in production or potentially production for some time new house coming out and ESPN wisely bumping that up. I think it's something that a lot of people just like us are going to be watching my number three these fall under the category of blind spots and in this case there is a specific hook to Josh. Though it wasn't by design all explain it's my unofficial slash official. Bruce SURTEES MARATHON. So one day. I realize I'm kind of running out of options in terms of things that are really hooking me on net flicks and I know that there are some things I should get to real cinematic blind spots that have been mentioned on the show over the years that I feel regret about but they just seem heavy. I'm not ready for it yet. I need stuff. That's under two hours. I can knock it out and I needed to be reasonably entertaining but I do still WanNa feel like I'm getting some homework done. I do still want to feel like I've crossed something off my list that I felt for some time that I needed to get to so I went over to Amazon prime. And one of the things that popped up happen to be dirty Harry the first dirty Harry movie with Clint. Eastwood Don Siegel directed and right away. I realized how stylishly shot it was and so after I watched it I looked up who the DP was and I see that. It's Bruce Surtees. I think yeah I know that name. I can't really tell you what else he's done. I don't know much about his history's legacy at all but that is a name I have heard and oh I'll just file that away okay. So what's next? Couple of days later I go back to prime one of the film's POPs up. Lennie the Bob. Fosse directed film about Lenny. Bruce and that really is one for me. I've always been ashamed because I adore. Is You know all that jazz. Fosse's film I like cabaret quite a bit as well and in the TV series Fossey Verdon some of the making of Lenny POPs up in that TV series it. Of course POPs up in all that jazz as well. A lot of cutting to scenes of the fosse alter Ego Joe Gideon cutting the movie. That would become lenny so it was kind of just been a joke for me that I've never watched this film. I decide I'm going to sit. And Watch Lenny and. I'm watching the credits. And whose name POPs up is responsible for the Black and white cinematography. It's Bruce Thirty so then decide okay. Well this is just too convenient too much of a coincidence. We're going to make this happen and I'll give you just a little bit of background on him. Is He a name? That's familiar to you at all Josh. Young familiar with the name. I don't think I would have been able to identify any of his movies though right so he got his start as a camera. Operator working with Don Siegel and especially on Siegel and Clint Eastwood Films in the late. Nineteen sixty so movies like two mules for sister Sarah and Cubans Bluff and then his first role as a cinematographer. As the director of photography was Nineteen. Seventy-one it was the beguiled so that Seagal Directing Eastwood and then play misty for me followed that where he was working with eastward again but this time Eastwood as director that was his debut he died in twenty twelve and if you look at his. Imdb the early two thousands in the nineties were not good to surtees out of maybe twenty. Titles there's not one that really stands out as essential viewing and even at the end of the eighties. The decade closed for surtees with rat boy back to the beach and licensed to drive in the eighties for him was otherwise filled with a lot of eastwood's stuff prior to that so movies like Fire Fox and tight rope and sudden impact even honky. Tonk man his heyday really was the nineteen seventies which brought me to night moves. This is an Arthur Penn. Early Bleak Neo Noir starring Gene Hackman as a former football player turned disillusioned private. I would other type of private. I is there in the seventies and it's all set within the movie business so it's reflexive to in the mode of Altman's the long goodbye and then the one I most recently watched was another Eastwood blindspot. Which is Pale writer?
"honky tonk" Discussed on TV Literate
"People's ultimate goal is to stop people from having abortion. So I was just thinking about that and I think like premarital sex to have the ghost that wanted to get an abortion or heard I wanted to get an abortion and then she died and then for have her try and kill pregnant ladies like definitely. It's definitely interesting and a little concerning that like the two big stories of this place are all like centered around someone being killed for for having premarital sex and getting pregnant like that's so yeah definitely definitely could see how that would just be like a cautionary tale for people. Yeah I mean I was just thinking about it. 'cause yesterday my dad was having me do ancestry research forum and I came across the story and he had said that his mom said that it was one of his cousins but it turned out that it was actually some family of the same name but not related to us and says like Oh you know your cousin. Brian He you know. Cross the train tracks and got hit by the train like and that was the stay off the tracks. Yeah Yeah touch it definitely at this. But Bobby Mackie's is the yet. Don't have sex until you're married. Early will be decapitated and haunt bobby. Mackey is for the rest of your life I wonder if ghost or God I hope not. Oh man also I would not want to. I would like Bobby Mackie's music world is like the last place I would want to heart. Can you imagine having to be around like drunk Kentuckians all day every day? No thank you also. It's like a Honky tonk country music bar and those are like two of my least favorite things have to listen to Bobby mackey. Sing that song. Joe Joe Joe. What music slaps harder Bobby mackey Joe Exotic Bobby mackey? Because he thinks it good point good point yeah. He didn't steal it from other musicians. Yeah he didn't just lip sync on top of a truck with police lights around him. Right right okay so to do you have anything else. You wanted to talk about Gross Adventures No Oh yes good. So there was one clip in there. I googled to see what other shows had covered bobby. Mackie's to see if there's anything else that we should watch. And so people have been talking about this haunting since nineteen ninety like they were on Jerry Springer in nineteen ninety-one onto stuff. And so that makes me even like even more reticent to believe them because like they've been working this angle for a while but for sure in the ghost hunters I looked for it and I couldn't find they were on the Geraldo Rivera show. Oh and ghost. Adventures had a clip of that. Look old time like Grainy TV. Look Oh wow and bobby mackey was on Geraldo and Holy Shit. I will have that now is going to be like. We had to watch this but nowhere pet sad but yeah I mean I definitely understand like I'm sure that this like all these spec all the speculation has been really good for business for Bobby mackey. Let people are coming. Obviously I went to a ghost tour and so people do the ghost tours. I'm sure people just go to the bar. Just like hamlet see we could see if it goes is gonNA come hit. Yeah yeah so I mean. I definitely understand why they would do that. Oh yeah that's just you know when when I want to believe that always crushes. Yeah it's it's hard yeah. It's hard being realistic. I don't know why I believe the people who are like I don't WanNa talk about it and have to be like bullied into letting people into the house and I'm like all right. I believe you the real yes exactly what I mean. It is a little sketchy when person as a little too like into promoting how Han at their places for sherm. Yeah I was just take that as more like grain of salt. It's going to be a fun. Cripe place yeah whatever but so. I thought to end things off. We should do some like showdown superlatives. All right So I thought the first one I thought that we should do is. What do you think was the most compelling episode that we watched and you can you can translate that however you want but what was the most compelling episode about Bobby Mackie's that we watched I mean? I'm probably going to do all the good things for buzzfeed unsolved but like it's so thorough there so like forthright right. I'm done to believe the MAG light flashing on and off from them than from Zapping. I definitely agree I think I might argue that. I would maybe give the most compelling episode two maybe Ghost Adventures just because it was the most bat shit crazy episode. And I think that in a lot a lot of people like really that in this type of show so I think I would maybe give most compelling to go ventures But what about the next category is what is the most believable episode Ghost Hunters Ghost Hunters. Yeah I would take. Ghost hunters was believable. Atwood say buzzfeed unsolved or both Pretty believes still think ghost hunters topped it for me because they did do the F. readings around all the exposed electrical wiring and that is true. They were very much looking to disprove versus looking for evidence. Yeah I can definitely see that. And they gave us some more of like a alternate like. This could be the problem. This could be like what's causing all the problems and none of the other ones really gave us that. So yeah I definitely agree. Yeah exactly exactly. You're GONNA haunt me. Give me an option. Yeah give yes please. Okay and the last one. I have is overall best episode. What do you think it was the best episode we watched give it to buzzfeed unsolved? I the best. I Love Ryan and Shane. They're my og wrote bromance. I just love US feed on saw because I feel again is so different from every other. Paranormal show Ila so that like even ghost hunters which I find to be more realistic than ghost adventures. I I find that there isn't as much like skepticism in that and there is a lot of skepticism and bus which I think is a good thing and as only natural to have but at the same time. It's not all like this is all bullshit like at the same time there. Is You know. Even Shane sometimes is like. Oh this creepy. Yeah a willingness to try right. Yes yes. It's the like the play in your space. Improv thing. Exactly exactly. Yeah I think yeah themselves because it very much plays to my librarian nece in so far as how well researched it is information you get like we got all the stories on the other ones but none of them were like okay. Here's the timeline of when things happened and this is contextualised and also like the buzzfeed unsolved episodes are only like twenty five minutes each so like you got all that information plus the investigation and I feel like the other. Two episodes had a lot of filler. I feel like just in general because forty five minutes is a long time to so I like I like the length of the field solves episodes as well. I think that goes in favor for sure. Yeah I agree with you. I yes I think BUZZFEED UNSOLVED. You are our winner of the first Spooky Show. Showdown congratulations buzzfeed unsolved. We are so proud of you. Hell Yeah Hell. Yeah Shane and Ryan. I know that you are the New Yorkers listening to us or maybe you live in La. I don't know where they live. Please yeah yeah yeah you know. We'll we'll talk to you. Yeah Unlike fucking Paul and Kentucky you stay town please stay in Kentucky with all of if Bobby mackey and everybody else please. We don't need your hair. What if we got Paul and Carini Mackie's Oh my God yes. Let's do it. Crossover episode did not know. We needed Elia Ninety days. Fiance haunted yes. That's that's the next probably the next series because you know they keep coming out with new ninety. I watch all of them. So I'd love a haunted won the same kind of thing to me like the sandwich at KFC with the two donuts as the bronze joking right that twenty years ago. But it's a thing now this may happen. Yeah you never know. The world is a crazy place it really is. Is there anything else that you want to talk about today? No Oh yes. Oh Yes oh announced one more follow up to tiger king yes. There's going to be one more episode. I saw that I am so excited and I think it's Kinda come out soon right. I think so. I didn't really look like a specific date but I saw that they were like shooting it now and it was going to become available like immediately whatever it was ready so. I'm excited 'cause I am just interested in what they like the information that they're gonNA give why they felt it necessary to add a new episode. Yeah Yeah I mean maybe it is only criticism about how they portrayed them as kind of stereotypes of themselves. Yes definitely I would. I'm really interested to see what they say in this episode So I think that's it for today. Yes thank you guys so much for listening. Let us know what you thought. About our first showdown we are excited to do more showdowns as well including other spooky showdowns and maybe some other type of showdown as well But yeah you can find us on the Internet We're twitter facebook patriotic and Suzette it instagram instagram which is at TV literate. And then you can also send us an e mails at TV literate at G MAIL DOT COM. That's IT YEAH. That's it so we will see you guys next week. I am Megan and I am Jillian and we are TV literate..
"honky tonk" Discussed on TV Literate
"Yes yes So the biggest thing here is we have the spirit of Pearl Bryan. That's the one that everyone talks about. She was found decapitated in a field in fort. Thomas Kentucky two and a half miles away. Yeah actually interestingly. They never actually found her head. Yeah which is I mean. I like the they took that. And we're they put it into their lore of. They threw it into the well. But like where's it going to go? Yeah like if it were like it would have been found if it was you know. Yeah I'm sure dredged that it would. The water would taste funny right yet. Interestingly there are like a couple of different thoughts as to why per O'Brien was killed. There was the whole satanic ritual like it was thought that her boyfriend was like in a satanic cult and they had killed her and decapitated her like to sacrifice her to Satan and then there was another story was that she was pregnant and the her boyfriend and a friend were both dentists and thought that they could give her an abortion. Because what's so different about. Give an abortion and you know cleaning. Someone's teeth but apparently they messed that up shocking and then they decided to decapitate her after they messed it up. I don't really know where the line of thinking was there but either way. O'brien was decapitated. And it's thought that she and maybe some of the Satanic Colts hot that That well which is in the basement of Bobby Mackie's even like no show ever says this. But there's been no proof that Pearl Bryan ever went in to Bobby Mackie's whatever it was no connection to Bobby mackey. There's an location right the location which yet like it is. Fort Thomas and wilder like right down the street so like it could have happened but I don't know why they also jumps to that conclusion but anyway maybe it was well down right right so there you never know those are small Kentucky towns. There's not much going on there especially you know not back then true so the other big Spirit that seems to be haunting. Bobby Mackie's is the ghost of a dancer named Johanna who was five months pregnant and committed suicide by poisoning herself after her father murdered her lover. Robert Randall at the club. Yup It's as intense. I don't know how like real this story is even if it's not bobby machias or whatever but like having your dad kill the. Who got you pregnant by hanging him in? Your dressing room is intense. It's Kinda one of those like too strange to be fiction kind of things. 'cause people are weird but regardless of any of that it does seem like this place has a ton of people who are cleaning haunted like all of the all. The employees one of the employees even had to get an exorcism. Because of it which I don't know about that. Yeah should have video of it and the Ghost Adventures episode God. We're talk about that later. 'cause yeah we'll get we'll get more into that. We'll get more into that but also a lot of the employees and people who go to the bar have reported beano hearing things being pushed in scratched things like that so it definitely does seem at two people who work there to be haunted by like some sort of demonic entity of some sort. So let's go ahead and get started. Why don't we talk about the first episode? We watched was ghost hunters season. Seven episode twenty three. So this episode. Actually it looked at Bobby mackey senate also looked at. What was the place call? I don't remember skipped through the distillery but yeah well I mean it. Wasn't it feel like the name of this one? Was Something Really hokey to Buffalo Trace distillery? Holy Shit I should've watched it. That's because his mom works really well honestly like they didn't really find anything and it wasn't. I don't know I wasn't super compelled by that part of it so I would watch it like if I were you since you have a connection to it but yet oh that'd be fun But I was also looking. I was also looking at up online and it doesn't seem to have like it doesn't like ghost tours and things like that but it doesn't really talk a ton about it being haunted like even. I even looked up like buffalo trace distillery haunted and I found like a couple of articles but it just said Yeah. There's places on it like wow great thanks for the information. It's helpful but is often one of the things that I actually like about ghost hunters is that they just do sometimes like four people say that this restaurant is haunted. But we're going to be there for another big one so why not. We'll just put out there. That'd be not as cool because I feel like a lot of the ghosts like the paranormal shows. Do the same places which is fine but it's nice to have some different smaller places as well but yeah since that's really not relevant to this episode. We're GONNA pass up the distillery stuff and we're GONNA go onto their investigation a Bali Mackie's so this is actually my for the first time I've ever seen ghost hunters I thought I'd seen something I'd never had so I didn't really know what to expect but They automatically got points because they have a dog on their team so automatically. That's a win for me. Oh yeah they are. I think one of my favorite things about them that kind of includes the dog and they're always like trying new stuff and they're like no science maybe no we don't know boring to try it. I liked that. They didn't seem quite as like serious about it. You know what I mean. They're serious about it but it wasn't like life or death situation. Yeah you know like some of the other one of the other episodes we watch. It seemed a lot less dramatic and it was like maybe this is ghost. Maybe it's not like it didn't seem like it was necessarily being like this spirit. There's no other possible explanation. It has to be a spirit. One at the end of the episode. Like there's estimate was. Oh it's probably just all the expose electrical wiring making everybody feel weird and like how hallucinations. Yeah Yeah I mean that's always been a thing of mine where they're never like displays his haunted exact baggins or whatever. His name is but Ghost adventures. It's like they actually are willing to say mostly either. This is because of this electrical wiring or some other weird thing and people are just creeped out and see what they right right. Yes for sure. What else to say about this one. Oh okay so I really liked. This ghost hunters episode. It was very cute and it was like the old ghost hunters because this was from two thousand eleven which yeah yeah cow. How are we more by Salah? I've watched a lot of the newer ghost hunters and it's good but it doesn't have like the quaint old plumber. Feel like it did in the early seasons. 'cause they're like we just driving a Rodeo ruder. Chuck to go. Look yes. Yeah I know it was like. They're so like normal people. You know people were just find down the street bubby down. The street Dow somebody. Who's just like? Hey I convinced these people to film us or to take our film and produce it on television. Because I'll go look for ghosts. What I what I did find and I think that my calling might be ghost hunter because it's the perfect hours for me huts. They're always up all night. You know looking at spooky things doing spooky stuff and they sleep all day and that's like literally my dream. That's what I do in my own house I go I'm going to. I'm going to have a paranormal show. Okay just because of the hours I'll review it. Thank you thank you. Oh I can't wait. I'll be your your Heitmann but okay so in this one the funniest thing that I don't think they did and like any other episodes I remember is when the US the tasers in the air to give it life like it's like Yaron consigning ghost I loved it. I love it so but cracked me up so bad because usually they're just like we're going to use the M. F. reader or the little static boxy thing or whatever but no they're like you could attain brow. Yeah I know it's like I loved that so much I also like I said before I liked. They used the dog like in the investigation. Not just to like have dogs air but they actually like the dog was smelling around and like alerted to a couple of spots. Which like I that. I don't know what I just trust dogs way more than I trust any other humans or anything so I give that if a dog like free and I know it could be like. There's like a cheeto somewhere nearby that he smiles. But like you know your dogs. Yeah but I don't know I liked that. It made it a little spookier for me. Yeah yeah no because well really when it goes hunting show that has a cat because cats are always looking at creepy in corners and just freaking out and I'm like we see in their dislike. They just stand yes. Willow gets like that sometimes to to start staring and I'm like please don't I am already enough anxiety? I don't need to start having anxiety for no reason about there being a frigging ghosts in my house. I know My partially shameful thing as I looked deed register of our house after we moved in and looked up everyone who owned a house to make sure the bird. That's good. That's I mean. That's I should do that because I don't know. I don't think it's haunted though. I haven't gotten any any inklings we've lived here for a while and I was kind of disappointed because it's an old house is hoping my house had its one hundredth birthday last year. Oh happy birthday I think ours is next year I think ours is twenty one nice house birthday party maybe like can be our first celebrated the freed all yes. I'm ready God all right okay I do. I'm listening so our next show is buzzfeed. Unsolved supernatural season. Two episode one. This was from twenty seventeen so yes relatively. I mean. It's still three years ago and I just love them and I love. I really appreciated them in this episode because Ryan Burger and like their whole research team do such a great job do at Les. Do I love. I love buzzfeed unsolved. I think like you said they have a lot of sources they are just like going on. What other people say? But then also I feel like they're just the right amount of Skeptic and just the right amount of humor a- and I love how scared Ryan is of demons. Yeah so yeah it's great. It's Great God. This was back when he was really afraid of demons. Also this was the iconic episode for everybody who knows buzzfeed unsolved supernatural where Shane goes in and says what's up. Demons. It's me your boy boy. I love to that. So it's Uber. Yeah so much aluminum. He's great but yeah. I also liked that. They did explain things scientifically as well because there was the part where they had the flashlight and like going on and off and they were explaining. How like yeah. It could be something like that but also like this is a magnetic flashlight that like sometimes it like jostles and it goes on and off by itself because it's a magnet so I liked that it was it like purposefully trying to lead us to one conclusion or another. Yeah No. That's definitely something that I love about them in all of their stuff. 'cause they're like okay?.
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"honky tonk" Discussed on The Big 98
"In call down to the honky tonk hated you know Jake is going to be in a movie it's called the friend and it stars Casey Affleck Dakota Johnson and Jason Segal the last time but we talk to Jake they spoke about what it was like for him to act what you're no you're really supposed to know the script to know your parts and everything in case people that are there that are you know there is are relying it's like being it's like doing what we do on the road you know like I'm expecting that my birthday at that my bass player knows on this next song what notes to play because I'm not playing that's his job a plan and so that's kind of the way I felt they're like well here's his my part you know it's my part to do something and if I don't and I there was a couple times like I didn't do it right and we have to start over and yeah I know the guy shouldn't be here the but I'll get dog called the about that like the like everyone of them was so nice and so they're they're just they were really really helpful and accommodating and it I really like not saying this to tell myself or anything but the this movie is going to be amazing it really is it's a it's a true story get we tell them that the it's based upon so there's an article you can check it out read it really let you know more about what is news about it was published in esquire magazine by the husband his name is Matthew Teague and he wrote it about his wife and and it's in the in the article esquire was called the friend and this these producers and directors got hold of this and that and they're right what a beautiful story and and then they put all these characters together and actors and somehow or another I became part of it but try to cry yeah Amy when you asked me that I was like yeah you're definitely walking on like I know we need those but you need that yeah that's what I've learned with this movie is it there's lots of things about it and I'm like man that's really that could that that is touching her too deep but you need to feel that and you need the laughs in it and you need you need everything that this movie is is that's what that's the best way I can explain twenty five years Miranda Lambert with it all comes out in the one do a craft the jeans by a change in the the brand name yeah that the copy machine the all the way we almost made it from Maranda Lambert it.
"honky tonk" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"When all you just had to do deal with was making ends meet and getting married or finding the right person to settle down with. And of course, that right person is the opposite gender, right? So it's very easy for older people to just remember to sit and listen to country music and not have to worry about making sure they're being PC, which is like the poison that seeps into their minds. Right. I don't wanna have to deal with thinking about other people, whatever. So that's part of it. And that's part of why country music, the women need to be younger and prettier because it speaks to that fantasy life of just you know, you're out on your tractor. And you come home to a pretty young thing who's gonna fix, you know, some Skillet cornbread for you. And that's all you need is is your woman in your beer and your dog on them. Yeah. She'll women also love country music. And I wonder if like maybe. He the way women listen to country is like wanting to be the subject or object of the song. You know, having a Man Singh about much love them, whatever and men, maybe one identify more with the singer to be the one with the pickup truck and looking at this Cutie in her, you know, gentlem- cutoffs or whatever. Right. And so when female country music artists started to sing about men doing them wrong in particular way, and they weren't the victims anymore. They were getting revenge and country female country music singers began to be angry that's part of the problem. I think you know, when you've got the Dixie chicks talking about goodbye, which is a song about killing Earl after the things that he's done the, you know, and Dixie chicks mouth off about George Bush. Yeah. Got tonight at twain who was like, I'm not gonna fit into your box of what a. She musique woman should look like or talk about or sing about rather. You know, you have all these women who started to push back a little bit. And and I don't think country music really the men who rule country music. They didn't like that. And so I think that what we're looking at is the result of those punishments. You know, when women the women in country music, we're changing with the times and men just did not the men in in the positions of power did not appreciate that. So that's when they have that thing where like, you know, sprinkle the women songs women songs on the radio like tomatoes in phthalate, which became tomato. Yeah. So it's just really really interesting because you also have a song like beyond say's daddy lessons from limiting which billboard refused to put as a honor as a country music on country music did not want to acknowledge it as a country music song when she performed I think she performed at the Grammys or the country music awards with the Dixie chicks. They did not put that video up online. Usually they post starting clips online for people to go back and look at the performances they refused. They also if you if you find it, and you're look at the camera work, you know, the camera just kind of stayed away from beyond say as much as possible, and you know, kept going to the Dixie chicks and things like that. So it's a very deliberate thing, and there's no there's no rational excuse for it other than racism and sexism, you know, they're just afraid of what these older white men who listen to country. Music are going to think about the stuff in also wonder if the the the worldview of country music sort of inherently politicises women and people of color such that like their very existence as the creator or mean artist of a country song makes the song seem political. Even if it isn't, you know, it's interesting because country music artists male country music artists can experiment with the genera of country music. You've got Brad paisley who can put L O cool j on a track called accident. That's okay. And it's so terrible. Terrible. Worst thing that's ever happened to America. As a terrible song..
"honky tonk" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"So to have such not even one fifth of the songs that were hearing on the radio be by women. That's a major problem, especially you have acts like Carrie Underwood maranda Lambert, Casey, muss graves things. Like that. And not only are there. Still few women represented on these lists. But the average age of women in country music is twenty nine years old the average age of men in country music, forty two years old. So basically once women hit thirty they disappear from country music radio, which is is just a shame in. And it's also deliberate. The men who run the country music stations. The DJ's do not play women on the air. And if they if you don't hear the women on air, you're not going to go out and buy their albums. So as a major problem that's happening right now. And once you dovetail that with little NAS ex and his song old town road little X rapper who recently released a country music song, and it was shooting up the country music charts billboard took it off of the charts. Because they said it did not have enough country music elements, and they would not explain what country music elements were missing from the song. I mean, it had a guitar talking about Horth and join it was just too. Yeah. As a banjo. I mean, it is it sounds like a country music song. And maybe we can play a little clip of it. Yes. And then what little not ex- did was go out and ask Billy Ray Cyrus to join him on the remix. And once again, it is it shot up to number one..
"honky tonk" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"Like beautifully filtered Infinity pool photos of themselves on linked in. It's just like a very cut and dry frigging resume, and you can draw your own conclusions from that. And so they said my colleagues I was very surprised to learn that they like regularly. Doc, people on linked in and compare their own resumes to those people's resumes and think about like, oh, isn't it like amazing that this person who's five years younger than me has already surpassed me? And I mean that piece hit me hard because although I've never stopped anyone on linked in. I have had the impulse. When I read a really amazing piece of writing or see somebody achieving something incredible. That maybe I want to be like is that person younger than me? You know, like I. It tapped into this part of myself that I am not proud of. And don't like which is the impulse to constantly compare myself to other people, and I wonder if that's just if that's unique to journalism because everyone's accomplishments are so out there, or if that's something that happens in other industries to oh, this is like the foundation of do. Like comparison and like palace intrigue as to how got this, you know, as a as an academic, and again as part of black professor social media. There's really actually interesting thing that I've noticed. So a lot of students of color graduate students of color, I in ration- students as well as economics of color, like we used Twitter a lot to share our compliments, and I'm among them. And then there's just like other backlash Twitter like how dare you like why are you bragging about your compliments in an era in which there's precarity in academia and aren't getting. Oh, yeah. It's deep people aren't getting fellowships, and people aren't getting jobs people aren't getting into g programs, and I think that this is where the kind of convergence of recent gender, really Mark themselves. I couldn't imagine a person of color, not announcing on Twitter, something that's happening. And you don't even have to like that person. You're just happy that one of us got something because I think one of the things. I always say is that if you're in Washington DC, and you went to a lawyer and said, do, you know, all the lawyers the person would look at you. And be like, why would you ask them for the ridiculous question? But if you asked me if I know all the black women who are teaching at the top forty programs in my field. I could probably name most of them. And most of them are my Facebook friends. And so when you are in these communities that are so small and achievement for one does feel like chievements for all I think that it is important to share that. And so there's this really interesting way that again, like the kind of you know, the corollary to this kind of Lincoln stocking is that yes -ocial media platforms provide an opportunity to celebrate. But I think sometimes people outside of the circles think that the individual celebrating themselves, but it's so deep it's like that one adviser who thought you were smart enough to like go to masters program. And then it's like, you know, it was like me staying up with you to write your PHD like, you know, application, and then you know, that one other professor. Or of color and that other department who got us so excited to apply for an NSF grant like these things are really deep. And so I really bristle every time I see people say like, oh academia Twitter. You're just a bunch of show off. And I'm like, you've no idea how happy it makes me want some student, and I don't even know like got into a PHD program and the first person my family to go to college like those things matter..
"honky tonk" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"Always is when we use these personal relationships as illustrative of social change that you don't lose sight that like there's lots of stuff to change. And so I appreciate someone is saying, okay, I'm going to be really thoughtful about some of these messages I've received and then you know, is the conclusion than oh. And I met someone really hot and I got to date them. And so I've just up the number of people go out with me or why this is really helped me challenge. The people in my community who have refiled this idea of white supremacy and attraction and now I feel a little bit better equipped to challenge them. And then to like look at my own internalized, and externalised racism and cut it out. The personal is political. But also, the political political. Can I I wanted to go back to the episode? The science of the episode with the rats experiment, and the vests 'cause I was really fascinated by that because I know I I have a particular physical preference. When it comes to dating men that doesn't have anything to do with race. An I has to do with this. It has to do with prince prince imprinted on me when I was very young. So to see this experiment are to hear about this experiment with Eretz just were not getting down because they didn't have the vest on. And that's what they were used to being with the kind of struck me. And I wondered if you you'll had any other examples in talking to people about them realizing, oh, this was the moment that changed the shape of my desire. I just want to make clear that like this theory of the primacy of first experiences. I think it can feel scary and determinative to people, you know, like, you think back to your first experiences, and you're like, oh, no what if I didn't, you know, how I don't want that to be like shaping all of my preferences. And I just want to say, I that, you know, the level of conditioning that happens is really like changes from person to person and how you know, what your experiences, look go on to look like after that first experience, and so many other things I think that like from what from talking to researchers about this question of can you change your racial preferences. Like, and how would you do it? There's no research about the question about this particular question. But it seems like, you know, this idea of like a happy accident. Kept coming up that like if you were to just happen to have a pleasurable sexual experience with a new kind of person that experience can trigger all of the same processes in your brain that then make you start to pay attention to those traits in the future. And that's something that I heard from people when talking to them, I know we have to wrap up, but I just wanna say I like I in episode. You say, you know, we shouldn't try to extrapolate or or, you know, be wary of extrapolating these sorts of arguments and science onto sexual orientation, but my own experience, I feel like a lot of this is is true for my experience like it after dating and sleeping with men for a long time. It, you know, and I like hooked up with women, and whatever, but it really took like one specific person for me who I was. Like extraordinarily attracted to and had an amazing time with for me to be able to envision my life, actually being partnered with women, and then I was like, you know, certain random qualities that she had where like the beginnings of my attractions like women who are baseball hats, or like the randomest stuff where it was like I felt like a rat in a vest who had like imprinted on another rat in a vest, or whatever like that experiment. Yeah. Like this. The I highly recommend the the invisibility episode to our listeners, it'll just hopefully open up new realms of thought for your own understandings of attraction yoi. Thank you so much for coming on the show. This has been a really great conversation. Thank you for having me. Thank you. All right listeners..
"honky tonk" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"Professor, Marcia Chapman. Hey, Marsha hikers. Marshes actually not in DC with me today. She's in New York with writer and co host of the podcast first aid kit, Nicole Perkins, hainkel high. So we have a very happy announcement to make on this week's episode. This is our permanent lineup me, Marcia, Nicole, happy little trio, occasionally will sub in other folks necessary. But this is it welcome. We're happy to have you this week. We're going to chat with NPR's yo a show about an invisibility episodes. She reported on how race effects sexual romantic preferences, whether people can or should try to hack their own desires, then we'll talk about nemeses on Twitter and in real life and finally will discuss country music, and whether it's a hostile genre for female musicians. All right. And Marsha what are we doing for slate plus for this week's late? Plus is it sexist segment we ask is it sexist to want a fresh face in politics. And here's a sneak peek of what we talked about. You know, he was like you gotta keep Trump. Someone asked him. Why did he say that? He's like you've got to keep Trump's misogynistic followers in mind. If you wanna flip them cool, or there's no more flipping can't in the words of Stacey Abrams. You do not run for second place. Stop it. Everyone enough so checkouts late dot com slash the waves plus for a free two week trial..
"honky tonk" Discussed on 600 WREC
"He survived a stroke, and Sherry I'm with you. I thought that was maybe a work or something that maybe that that was set up. No barely this guy. Apparently, this guy he was going to rush. The ring the wrestling fan who attacked Bret Hart and the middle of his speech has been charged in New York. Fox's Matt Napolitano has more prosecutors say Zachary Matt's told police Saturday that he felt like it was the right moment to go. After Bret hitman Hart was giving a speech during the WWE hall of fame ceremony at Barclays center in Brooklyn that's subdued after tackling heart with security workers and other wrestlers intervening heart eventually going back to giving his speech Madsen who was from Lincoln Nebraska had bail set Sunday at fifteen hundred dollars on charges of salt and trespassing with WWE describing him as an over exuberant fan. That's lawyer says the attacker has been agreeable and cooperative since his arrest on Saturday. Matt Napolitano, Fox News. Charges would have been dropped if he could have gotten a three counter submission out of him. But couldn't have done it. So he'll lose his by the way. Congratulations to the honky tonk man, Jerry lawler's cousin who got inducted in. Well, you know who inducted him into the program. Jimmy Hart was the one that gave the induction speech to introduce him down there. Jimmy Hart's Ben by here timer to stop by coming up. We got Evan Brown. We've got birthdays, we got sergeant major Donald McAllister next hour, we got a CPA taxes. Ben, ferguson. Also, Marc Burch the captain of ninety one F C soccer team joins us at seven thirty five. Big game on national TV tomorrow night. Folks, have taken notice about Memphis sports city has a soccer city. And we got the captain we got the lead player coming up next hour. Memphis morning news time, six twenty eight. At bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in.
"honky tonk" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And you say we'll them we're in Memphis, Tennessee. Why why why do we even talk about Brexit? Well, a couple of years ago majority of the people in the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union and reestablish and reaffirm the its own sovereignty in the UK, and they're still they still have done that. And there's some more dramatic twists and turns in that's assignment. No, one will join us to tell us about how the will of the people over the last two years has been ignored basically by parliament and the prime minister and as anything being done about it. And we'll also have Michael law coming up at six forty five. He's a political analyst to borgata taxes at seven fifteen with Lydia, this noise, and we'll have her and we'll also have worn Honeycutt to coming up at seven thirty five but this weekend, it was it was a night for country music to shine. Joining us on the program. She and I both. In fact, we may be the most qualified combo to talk country music this morning. Well, second most I guess the most at least one of those is serving some significant jail time but Tanya, Jake powers joins us. She served no jail time. She joins us on the program. Good morning. That blow your mind. It did actually it was it was a blast. And for those of you who don't know Tim nice to have we had a long storied career in country music point. So yes, those those remotes out shooters. That's right. That's right and rally. All right. The academy country music had its night to shine with the award ceremony. Looked like everybody's having quite a bit of fun. What went down at the award ceremony Tanya? Well, you know, it was it was interesting because I'm sort of kind of playing catch up on a seems because you know, wrestlemainia was on. Well, you know, I was more focused on Saturday when the honky tonk man got inducted into the wrestling hall of fame. But I know a lot of people wanted to watch the matches yesterday too. By the way, the and the rock of the upper hall that was last week. The wrestling hall of fame stuff was quite interesting because you know, mouth of the south Jimmy Hart. And he's of course, you know, got got so many times to Memphis, and when you look at the honky tonk man's outfit. And he came out in the jumpsuit, by the way, of course, it had, you know, the the Memphis part on it, which was was extremely cool. And you know, he's Jerry lawler's cousin in real in reality. He is we you know, in in Lawler was on he was as a special guest announcer last night on wrestlemainia. So as as as he should be because you know, Hello, it's Lawler. And then Bret Hart got attacked at the ceremony by some fan. That rushed the stage as you. Did you see that he's in his sixties? Here's a guy that has survived cancer and a stroke and some guy jumped in the ring and started pounding on him. Yeah. It was it was kind of crazy. And I don't know how this dude got past, you know, rows and rows and rows of wrestlers. He's just probably lucky Braun strowman didn't get get his hands on him. That's. A couple of other folks who did get their hands on him. Absolutely. Well, we said we'd talk about the alphabet. But instead of ACM we're talking Debbie, Debbie this point now. Now, it's been a while we can though eight with. Yeah. It was a it was a huge weekend in mentioning back to the ACS. It was not, you know, I think one of the big questions when you look at these awards ceremonies, and no matter what they are film or music, or whatever is there gonna be any like political stuff said, you know. That's usually the big question. A lot of people have I didn't seem to be you know, which is kinda in keeping with the last couple of years. There hasn't been any ACM's. Anyway, it hasn't gotten super political or anything, I think REBA Zinger when she was talking about how it got so cold in Las Vegas, it snowed. And then she said, yeah, it was so cold at frozen all the women from the entertainer of the year category. Which it did? I think they're only two women who accepted ACM's last night on stage. One of those was Casey moss graves. Yeah. Fantastic with you know, her album golden hour, but the entertainer of the decade, Jason eldeen was pretty emotional during his speech and Keith urban. Of course, won the entertainer of the year. I think it was really, Dan and shave night, honestly. But because they're song tequila has just been so huge. I remember interviewing them in twenty fourteen. And they were you know, they had not really come onto the scene. Very big at that point. It didn't kind of watching them over the last few years. It's just been it's just been kind of cool to see and for those that don't know this. You can always go to our website and also through through FOX, News Radio who partners with this content in from time to time K Tanya has just some some awesome interviews with celebrities and a lot of country music star seemed to stop by and look for you. I don't know how that works. I don't know how that works in New York City they land like what we got to go. Find Tanya hang out with her for a few minutes. But that's actually how I interviewed Dan shea more than once the first time I had them on. Like, I said, they weren't you know, they weren't very big at all. And I said, hey, you need to come back and tell me how you're doing. And they did in the couple of times. So that's been kind of a kind of a cool thing when you, you know, tell him, hey, you know, come back and see us just like we just what we do in the south. And then they do. So, hey before before you go REBA mcentire, just I think drops a new. Album bride, she going to get airplay, even though she's one of the she's one of the elder states folk in country music is she gonna get some airplay. You think he should? I mean, of course, now, you know, it it's a different thing. Now, I mean in honestly, I don't know how much how much it weighs anymore because you've got all the streaming. And if you and you can be a giant hit on streaming, and I tunes and everything else without necessarily getting radio planning Casey must graves doesn't fit into their, you know, country music category. Either nicely. It doesn't she doesn't go inside the little parameters, but she's not doing too bad. She took home some Grammy's and an ACM and she's gotten him as a great album. So. Yeah. Well, baby shark can get play on streaming then by golly. Reba mcentire better. She's one of my all time favorite. She's just I tell you what she she has proved the God love this. When when when when he made her Tanya, thank you for joining us, and thank you for the ACM and the WW a update that was. Alone the phone with you, especially but anybody in Memphis. We deputy be that was fantastic. Not only did you update is. But you gave it back to the people. And I thank you so much as follow or tiny Dave Bowers town, you have a great rest, you have an awesome week. Six twenty two. Oh, gosh. That's fine. Oh tiny. I can't say how long up a known her because then the dates both of six twenty to take a look at the.
Julianne Hough to Star as Jolene in Netflix's Dolly Parton Anthology 'Heartstrings,' Based on Iconic Song
"Dolly Parton Netflix series heartstrings based on her Iconex songs like Joe lean now has cast lined up. Juliet how will play the notorious man's dealer? Joe lean Dolly Parton will appear in the Joe lean episode is babe. The owner of the local honky tonk bar where Joe lean works as a waitress Kimberly. Williams paisley will play the wife and mother and Dallas Roberts plays. The husband who is facing a midlife crisis. Now that
"honky tonk" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"He first made his name in Columbus, Ohio moved to the streets of Bakersfield Bakersfield honky tonk sound. Why yoga? Yocum if he got him, and we do Jerry Jeff Walker with you on a Tuesday night, October twenty third twenty eighteen exactly two weeks away from election day in the mid terms more on that as we continue on the subject of the caravan before we get going, by the way, phone lines open too. If you'd like to hear some more famous people born in Kentucky, we could probably arrange that for a five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred eight four three two four four one first thing for my lovely wife. Christa two point. Oh. She'd text me, and I'm watching the news now keep in mind. This is a college educated. A college educated suburban woman of a certain age. Now, the senior citizen. And I have no influence enter politics whatsoever. If you've listened to me, I know you'd find that hard to believe, but I just you know, we talk truth to each other without any agendas and more of the not come up with same conclusion. She'd text me earlier tonight said talking about the caravan so-called, it's still making its way through Mexico. To what end no one knows. She writes, if you're so proud of your blank whole country that you have to carry your flag on this caravan, then blanking stay there. If you're so proud of Honduras, you're so proud of Guatemala, so proud of El Salvador. You know, either. Leave your flag at home or stay put in your country fight for your own damn country. That's what we're trying to do. Now. Isn't it fight for our country the sovereignty of our country the safety of our country. Protection of of jobs, all of that stuff. That came from my wife, again, a college educated suburban woman, which apparently they don't vote for Trump or they won't vote for any any Trump candidates or any Republicans? That's a lie. It's another fake news agenda. And Jim from Clifton has a caravan combat. You got to comment on you got to comment on the mob of illegals that are trying to storm. Our country's borders. Jim. I do. I don't know. How illegal they are. I mean, I know they're flying Honduran flag, and that's not a cool thing. But my question is why can't we just let the move to Utah. Decevante Orlando out there. Just settle move there. Well, I think the people of Utah would have some say in that, Jim. Why are you just randomly picking Utah? Because there's whole hotter land it. I mean, there's an expansive amount of land in Montana to. But there are too many liberals who are for open borders that wouldn't want them living in Montana, believe me or Idaho for that. Okay. But really noticing Gary Jeff seriously, really, I don't think I mean, not burn invasions of our country. But I'm picking some of these people, you know, to settle move to like you said, Montana or something. I mean, come by harmony really gonna do we can build like. I don't know big labor camps for sure they have some skills rights. Can't they do something? Low skill low wage jobs are going away. Just in case you have noticed. We we've got good paying jobs for people with skills and education, and these people have neither one all right? Listen, I'm gonna why would why would why would we want? Why would we want a whole whole generations of people with no education, no skills, who only squadron district here, we they have. I'm sure that. I'm sure that happened. Those people have some skills listening has one million jobs available in our state, right? Yeah. They're begging people jobs. These people are not qualified to to hold those jobs below educate people to work. So how much money are you going to pay for another nation's residents to come into the United States by win that big giant Powerball? Maybe Jim I I would I would hold you to that. Jim if if you would win the big giant Powerball, and you would pay way for like a thousand two thousand of the illegals that are fast approaching every border. I would give you an award. You would be man of the year. Jim. I can't wait until the numbers come in. I hope your numbers come in. And you can you can host them all at your mansion have a good evening. Sound guy? Chad. Chad what's going on what's up, man? How you doing? How's how's our friend? Megan. Well, I guess she's hanging in there. I haven't spoken to her in about a week and a half. Really didn't mean to bring up a source subject. I'm sorry. No one's going on. But remember may how you doing? Of course, I remembered you, okay? Cool. What's going on tonight? Man. Nothing new. It was crazy. I'm just like a first caller. I guess no. Your second. Second. Actually, I I'm caller as far as exactly okay. Second in the cube. But this is your first time you've ever call. It anything, particularly on your mind..
"honky tonk" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"I see um a headline here about an interview with honky tonk man of country love in southern wrestlers hillbilly jim or honky tonk honky tonks more deserving than hillbilly inslee absolutely one thousand present that year reign with the i see title yes that alone that alone makes honky tonks hall of fame worthy cause just think about what he did also during that rain and like i did he smashed dig itar over macho man head during that raid oh he's madison guitar many people's heads he also the heritage foundation was holding macho man down and he smashed a guitar over over a macho man had that made miss elizabeth go down and get how hogan two to bring him down to start the formation of the megapowers oh yeah yup indeed that happen and on top of that him him getting pinned the give the title so warrior was such a huge moment an and on top of that uh kukoc in bed was was a fire tune what was cool cocky and mad again his uh that was his song knows his sonal here i'm cool i'm cocky armband area i'm just lawyered man and so if we adopt in people with with songs kukoc year bad i think is i'll put it up there with with my baby tonight gentle while not to mention not to mention his report tag team rhythm and blues turnover not to mention didi penal them to the rain a russell mania six.
"honky tonk" Discussed on AP News
"Board of consolidated publishing company ayers that his resignation was in the best interest of the newspaper and that his wife life will replace them as chairman since there is hardly a shortage of ice this season crews are busy harvesting ice blocks at a lake in central minnesota for this month winter carnival workers need close to four thousand of the six hundred pound blocks to build a seventy foot tall palace in st paul to create the blocks workers dust off ice on the lake with a sweeping machine use us specialized saw to score the ice cut three sides of the ice away and then use a chiseled tool to free the blocks the black so then pushed through a channel and lifted onto land by a conveyor belt it'll take almost a week to transport all of the blocks to saint paul country music legend mickey gillies recovering after he was involved in a car accident bon iver his public his bed thursday gili whose eighty one along with his son were both heart with their car rolled over near corrigan texas ended up fracturing his ankle amd right shoulder during scheduled show in greenville texas this weekend will be rescheduled it was his namesake texas honky tonk club that inspired the 1980 film urban cowboy and the resulting nationwide bad for western themed nightspots lee '80s you also hit the charts with several songs including room full of roses the honky tonk anthem told the girls all get pretty her closing zone the skylight lounge presents any progressive box what a great audit much dim the light for this next book too much the veritas going to get things.
"honky tonk" Discussed on AP News
"It's not opening for more than a month but the upcoming marvel movie black panther is already causing big excitement a good hot his heart for cotton they have to be a king since the main characters the monarch of a fictional african nation who doubles as a superhero people are talking about what african garb looks best for opening night viewing parties twitter also says black panther was one of the most tweeted about movies of 2017 black panther considered the first black superhero was introduced as the supporting character in fantastic four 1966 and leader featured in his own book the film starring chadwick boesman opens february 16th country music legend mickey gillies recovering after he was involved in a car accident bon iver his wsb thursday gili whose eighty ward along with his blood were both hurt with their car rolled over near corrigan taxes ended up fracturing his ankle amd right shoulder goes scheduled show in greenville texas this weekend will be rescheduled it was his namesake texas honky tonk club that inspired the 1980 film urban cowboy have the resulting nationwide bad for western theme nightspots in the 80s you also hit the charts with several songs including rupel of roses the honkytonk anthem told the girls all get pretty heard closing zone oh check her change ap's mike kemp and reports rare us coins are selling for a pretty penny at an auction in florida it's not often when a penny is worth three hundred thousand dollars but that was the case for one of the first copper coins struck at the u s benton philadelphia in seventeen ninety three the pricey penny and two other historic coins went up for auction at the annual florida united numismatists convention in tampa a senior numismatists says the penny is one of about five hundred in existence other 'highvalue coins sold at the auction were i halfdollar meant in an eighteen thirty eight.
"honky tonk" Discussed on Mixergy
"You know dozens of musicians in austin in west texas and that's really the folks that gave him the start were these wonderful famous musicians that basically would play at his small little honky tonk place lubbock for free to to bring a crowd in to to make him a little bit of money so his his heart was in music so when we open the steps here in austin we built a big stage in big lied music amphitheater says butter 3000 amphitheater right in downtown austin with live music as he sold sola shows ninety or hyundai hundred of amir as he can of assumed he was musician i guess i guess he wasn't but i do see that music connection to a when i'm wondering even get on the stage and saying so to a certain degree was musician how did you get into that why go why go into into food my background from the early days of the stealing the frito bandido eraser zaddar fritolay corn ship packages when i was six years old old public supermarkets my fascination with food on way using bulletin supermarkets take out the a race here from the bag and let the bag sit there on the shelf afterwards after my mom found out in like made me go tell the store director what i was doing in that was also my first interaction with the store director on register for whatever reason early fascination with consumer products on a you know did my undergraduate graduate degree basically focusing on marketing arm and data worked for major advertising agency in dallas out of undergraduate than worked for a big brands dixie cups in dixie plates when i came out of my nba and we we we wrote a barbecue sauce business plan.
"honky tonk" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Of big heist to make them both rich steve carell kristen wig trey parker steve coogan and julie andrews lend their voices careers three d cgi comedy i'll throw horror fans is amityville awakening tenth film in the main amityville franchise a single mother and her three children move into the infamous house and various supernatural phenomenon started affecting the new occupants bella sworn chamran monaghan mckenna grace jennifer jason leigh star still in theaters are transformers the last night cars three wonderwoman all eyes on me and forty seven meters dallas and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio take a trip that with this week's rock almanac going on rocket role lovers it's v home frequent a year as always to take you on a trip back in time this week in rock and roll history starting in nineteen sixty nine when the rolling stones lose honky tonk win with bside i can't always get what you want in the uk to smile two he nineteen 75 pink floyd premier their wish were here album live with a networth festival in the uk the performance includes fireworks spitfire planes flying overhead and even a model plane crashes into the stage the nineteen six the clash make their lives debut supporting the sex pistols at the black swan in sheffield england had this week in 1980 one on the tenth anniversary of jim morrison's death the remaining doors members robbie krieger remained saragan john dens more lead fans and a graveside tribute in the paris cemetery where morrison's there's your look back at this week's rock almanac is been a cultural revolution like no other i've already without facing today i follow various ucs on their agenda send sala was who radio on the way to hanneke baffled people revelled revolution will be posted traffic congestion getting a remedy.
"honky tonk" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"With this week's rock almanac rocket role lovers it's vive all free ground here as always to take you on the trip back in time in this week in rock and roll history starting in 1960 nine with the rolling stones louise honky tonk win with the b side you can't always get what you want in the uk just ma in id 75 pink floyd premier their wish were here album live at the networth festival in the uk to performance includes fireworks spitfire planes flying overhead and even a model plane crashes into the stage the ninety seventy six the class make their live the use of the sex pistols at the black swan in sheffield england this week in 1980 one on the tenth anniversary of jim morrison's death the remaining doors members rod krieger remains eric and john dens more lead fans and a graveside tribute in paris cemetery where morrison's there's or look back at this week's rock almanac our local news weather traffic ed sports because we're all in it together on news radio 1040 double the new way joe way no is gonna play kohl dallas story warren gun free boone green medicine marion goulart jesper lucas doughty's we cover them all plus all the rest review no the owner news radio.