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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on KCRW

"By the sea. At the end of the line, and it followed one from an Indian singer. It Z collaboration between L'm ish Sorry Al Michaels affair and Pia Malik. She's Australian, originally from India, but raised in Australia, which is I think where she's living. Before that we heard from Moto Pony. This is a reworking of their track called Free without from Pegboard, nerds and Elizaveta. And just before that, that Song you might have recognized. It's an old classic. It's a standard it's called Mountain Greenery. It's from an old Rodgers and Hart musical called Garrick Gedi's from the Twenties. But it's been covered a lot. You know Mel Torme a did it. In this case, We heard Nancy King and Glenn Moore Glenmore doing the base work and jazz vocalist Nancy King Mountain greenery. And that followed something from the fifties from Jimmie Rodgers. Track called Water Boy. Krista Rita's deep into the second hour of the show. You might be wondering. Hey, what you doing earlier on a Sunday Well, we're doing a little switcheroo here. A case here. W a little bit of musical chairs hastened by the fact that we're Still doing the runner rotation where we're trying to keep the studio's balanced so that nobody is running into other colleagues here in the studio so we can all stay safe. So we're Sort of abandoning studios for 23 hours at a time. So we're toddling between different studios here at the building and to do that we have to kind of schedule things in a way that No accommodates that. The other thing that's precipitating the musical chairs is that no Vienna Caramel and Anthony Validus have been moved off the weekend schedule because they're starting his co host. For morning becomes eclectic, starting on Tuesday, so looking forward to hearing the two of them they're old friends have been friends for, like, 10 years, and we always thought I'd be kind of cool to have them do something together and And now they're going to do that. And I just think it's fantastic. That coupled with both of them being fabulous DJs and Anthony with his incredible I. His photography is video work that will be Lending to the show's promotional aspects on socials and stuff. It's gonna be pretty cool. So Anthony Valadez know Vienna Caramel. Huge. Congratulations. Very excited about you guys starting up. On Tuesday with morning becomes eclectic tune into.

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:36 min | 3 months ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Jeremy House reports. The Department of Ecology says officials rejected it because of a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions and inconsistencies with the Shoreline Management Act. The $2 billion Northwest Innovation Works plant would have taken natural gas from Canada. And converted it into methanol. It then would be shipped to China to make compounds used in everything from fabrics to medical equipment. 85 year old Green Bay Packers fan never missed a playoff game at Lambeau Field, thought it might end this year for etc. Net Sell went to her first Packers game when she was 10 years old. Her family tried to get tickets for the NFC Championship game today. That's when booster club members Stephen Neal Ewing heard story and gave her the tickets. They actually had to drive the Green Bay and give her their phone for the tickets, breaking news and analysis, a town hall dot com. Jimmie Rodgers has died at the age of 87 honey go being Jimmy Rogers was discovered as he played shows on a $10 guitar while he was stationed to Nashville with the U. S Air Force. After the Korean War. He auditioned with roulette records with the song Honey Comb, which was his first single and on Lee number one record. His other hits include secretly and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine in 1967. Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull. He said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him. Although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures. Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson, Missouri. I'm Archie Szaroleta on Wall Street last week down Industrials closed the week of 9 30,097, NASDAQ and 13,543. Yes and P 500 closing at 38 41, New York crude closing out at 52 27 more on the story's a town hall dot com. I'm Bob's edict broadcasting here every Sunday morning at eight. Remember the free speech movement started in Berkeley in the sixties at Berkeley. Today, students protest against free speech and pick it when a controversial usually conservative speaker is scheduled. At other top universities. Professors are terrified of the students. The free exchange of all ideas has disappeared. My new book, the Bubble explores how higher education became America's most overrated product. Students spend four critical years of their lives in an expensive bubble of indoctrination, and they're creating a second bubble in the process. Luckily, a small, dedicated minority of fighting back against repressive campus speech codes and dis invitation campaigns learned how universities.

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:55 min | 3 months ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on AP News

"Analysis shows that since November, the share of US hospitals nearing the breaking point has doubled and more than 40% of Americans live in areas now running out of ICU beds. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News musician Jimmy Rogers has died of kidney disease and after testing positive for covert 19, according to his publicist. Rogers died last Monday in Palm Desert, California at the age of 87 I marches are a letter with a look at his career. So honey calm. I want to be human. Jimmie Rodgers was discovered as he played shows on a $10 guitar while he was stationed to Nashville with the U. S Air Force after the Korean War. He auditioned with roulette records with the song Honey Comb, which was his first single and on Lee number one record. His other hits include secretly and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine in 1967. Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull. He said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him. Although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures. Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson, Missouri. So, honey calm. I want to be human. Jimmie Rodgers was discovered as he played shows on a $10 guitar while he was Nation to Nashville with the U. S Air Force after the Korean War. He auditioned with roulette records with the song Honey Comb, which was his first single and on Lee, number one record. His other hits include secretly and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine in 1967. Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull. He said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him. Although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures. Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson, Missouri. I'm Archie Szaroleta, which is how Secretary Matt Hancock is proud of the speed and efficiency of the program. Quarters off all over eighties in the UK have been vaccinated. Which is absolutely brilliant progress. Health officials aim to give 15 million people, including everyone over 70, a first vaccine shot by the 15th of February and cover the entire adult population. By September. However, some health experts have questioned the conservative government's decision to give the two vaccine doses up to 12 weeks apart. The recommended gap between doses is three weeks in order to offer as many people as possible. Their first does quickly. Karen Sharma's London Britain's vaccination program is going strong in the fight to beat the spread of the Corona virus as the nation approaches a death toll of 100,000 in a country with Europe's worst confirmed Corona. Virus outbreak. Britain's vaccination campaign is doing very well. Which is health Secretary, Matt Hancock is proud of the speed and efficiency of the program. Quarters off all over eighties in the UK have been vaccinated, but which is absolutely brilliant Progress. Health officials aim to give 15 million people, including everyone over 70, a first vaccine shot by the 15th of February and cover the entire adult population by September. Hancock notes that Britain is far ahead of its neighbors in the race to vaccinate more people in just the last three days than France, for instance, has in the entire In the entire history of this disease. However, some health experts have questioned the conservative government's decision to give the two vaccine doses up to 12 weeks apart. The recommended gap between doses is three weeks in order to offer as many people as possible. Their first does quickly. Karen Sharma's London British health secretary map. Hancock is proud of the speed and efficiency of the program. Quarters all over eighties in the UK have been vaccinated. Which is absolutely brilliant progress. Health officials aim to give 15 million people, including everyone over 70, a first vaccine shot by the 15th of February and cover the entire adult population By September. Hancock notes that Britain is far ahead of its neighbors in the race to vaccinate more people in just the last three days then France, for instance, has In the entire in the entire history of this disease. However, some health experts have questioned the conservative government's decision to give the two vaccine doses up to 12 weeks apart. The recommended gap between doses is three weeks in order to offer as many people as possible. Their first does quickly. Karen Sharma's London House and Senate Democrats say national rules are needed to shore up American democracy after a tumultuous postelection period. And the deadly riot at the U. S. Capitol. The 2020 election featured rules changes aimed at easing voting during the Corona virus pandemic. But those were challenged by a flood of lawsuits from former President Trump and his allies, underscoring the differences from state to state mail in ballots do on Election day or just post sparked by then absentee voting allowed for all or just voters with an excuse. Same day or advanced only registration. The bill being offered by Democrats asserts Congress's constitutional authority to set the time place and manner of federal elections. National rules they say, would make voting more uniforms accessible and fair. Republicans reject many of the proposed reforms as federal overreach. Ben Thomas Washington 2020 election featured rules changes aimed at easing voting during the Corona virus pandemic. But those were challenged by a flood of lawsuits from former President Trump and his allies, underscoring the differences from state to state mail in ballots do on Election day or just postmarked by then absentee voting allowed for all or just voters with an excuse. Same day or advanced only registration. The bill being offered by Democrats asserts Congress's constitutional authority to set the time place and manner of federal elections. National rules they say, would make voting more uniforms accessible and fair. Republicans reject many of the proposed reforms as federal overreach. Ben Thomas Washington States have long had disparate and contradictory rules for running elections, and Democrats in the House and Senate say national rules are needed to shore up American democracy, especially after a tumultuous postelection period and the deadly riot at the U. S Capitol before the People Act would establish federal election standards mandating early voting, same day registration and other voting rights reforms. Would also put the job of drawing congressional district in the hands of independent commissions and obligate presidents to disclose their tax returns. Republicans, they're calling it federal overreach and Thomas Washington AP News For Friday, January 22nd I'm to Maguire. Timeline is set for former President Trump's second impeachment trial opening arguments on the eighth of next month. On Monday, the House will send to the Senate the article of impeachment charging Donald Trump with incitement of insurrection. The senators will be sworn in Tuesday with arguments beginning about two weeks later. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says there needs to be accountability for January 6th insurrection at the Capitol. Incited by Donald J. Trump. Was a day none of us will ever Forget. Not everyone agrees House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy. I don't believe you provoked if you listen to what he said at the rally, meanwhile, is South Carolina elections lawyer Butch Bowers will present the defense for Donald Trump, the first president to undergo an impeachment trial after leaving office. Jackie Quinn Washington President. Biden is also called on Congress to quickly begin work on his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief and recovery package. He notes that the price tag is high. But the needs are great and the timeline is right and this moment of crisis. With this in the interest rates as low as they are historic lows. It is smart fiscal investment, including deficit spending. They're more urgent than ever. Conservative Republicans in Congress called their proposal and expensive, unworkable. Liberal wish list. Hank Aaron is dead at 86, the Atlanta Braves home run legend who broke Babe Ruth's career home run mark in 1974 died in his sleep in Atlanta. Add Seymour.

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:51 min | 3 months ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on AP News

"Analysis shows that since November, the share of US hospitals nearing the breaking point has doubled and more than 40% of Americans live in areas now running out of ICU beds. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News musician Jimmy Rogers has died of kidney disease and after testing positive for covert 19, according to his publicist. Rogers died last Monday in Palm Desert, California at the age of 87 I marches are a letter with a look at his career. So honey calm. I want to be human. Jimmie Rodgers was discovered as he played shows on a $10 guitar while he was stationed to Nashville with the U. S Air Force after the Korean War. He auditioned with roulette records with the song Honey Comb, which was his first single and on Lee number one record. His other hits include secretly and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine in 1967. Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull. He said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him. Although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures. Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson, Missouri. So, honey calm. I want to be human. Jimmie Rodgers was discovered as he played shows on a $10 guitar while he was still Nation to Nashville with the U. S Air Force after the Korean War. He auditioned with roulette records with the song Honey Comb, which was his first single and on Lee, number one record. His other hits include secretly and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine in 1967. Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull. He said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him. Although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures. Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson, Missouri. I'm Archie Szaroleta, which is how Secretary Matt Hancock is proud of the speed and efficiency of the program. Quarters on all over eighties in the UK have been vaccinated. Which is absolutely brilliant progress. Health officials aim to give 15 million people, including everyone over 70, a first vaccine shot by the 15th of February and cover the entire adult population. By September. However, some health experts have questioned the conservative government's decision to give the two vaccine doses up to 12 weeks apart. The recommended gap between doses is three weeks in order to offer as many people as possible. Their first does quickly. Karen Sharma's London Britain's vaccination program is going strong in the fight to beat the spread of the Corona virus as the nation approaches a death toll of 100,000. In a country with Europe's worst confirmed Corona virus outbreak. Britain's vaccination campaign is doing very well. But it's health Secretary Matt Hancock is proud of the speed and efficiency of the program. Quarters all over eighties in the UK have been vaccinated. Which is absolutely brilliant progress. Health officials aim to give 15 million people, including everyone over 70, a first vaccine shot by the 15th of February on cover the entire adult population by September. Hancock knows that Britain is far ahead of its neighbors in the race to vaccinate more people in just the last three days than France, for instance, has in the entire In the entire history of this disease. However, some health experts have questioned the conservative government's decision to give the two vaccine doses up to 12 weeks apart. The recommended gap between doses is three weeks in order to offer as many people as possible. Their first does quickly. Karen Sharma's London British health secretary map. Hancock is proud of the speed and efficiency of the program. Quarters off all over eighties in the UK have been vaccinated. Which is absolutely brilliant progress. Health officials aim to give 15 million people, including everyone over 70, a first vaccine shot by the 15th of February and cover the entire adult population By September. Hancock notes that Britain is far ahead of its neighbors in the race to vaccinate more people in just the last three days then France, for instance, has In the entire in the entire history of this disease. However, some health experts have questioned the conservative government's decision to give the two vaccine doses up to 12 weeks apart. The recommended gap between doses is three weeks in order to offer as many people as possible. Their first does quickly. Karen Sharma's London House and Senate Democrats say national rules are needed to shore up American democracy after a tumultuous postelection period. And the deadly riot at the U. S. Capitol. The 2020 election featured rules changes aimed at easing voting during the Corona virus pandemic. But those were challenged by a flood of lawsuits from former President Trump and his allies, underscoring the differences from state to state mail in ballots do on Election day or just post sparked by then absentee voting allowed for all or just voters with an excuse. Same day or advanced only registration. The bill being offered by Democrats asserts Congress's constitutional authority to set the time place and manner of federal elections. National rules they say, would make voting more uniforms accessible and fair. Republicans reject many of the proposed reforms as federal overreach. Ben Thomas Washington 2020 election featured rules changes aimed at easing voting during the Corona virus pandemic. But those were challenged by a flood of lawsuits from former President Trump and his allies, underscoring the differences from state to state mail in ballots do on Election day or just post sparked by then absentee voting allowed for all or just voters with an excuse. Same day or advanced only registration. The bill being offered by Democrats asserts Congress's constitutional authority to set the time place and manner of federal elections. National rules they say, would make voting more uniforms accessible and fair. Republicans reject many of the proposed reforms as federal overreach. Ben Thomas Washington States have long had disparate and contradictory rules for running elections, and Democrats in the House and Senate say national rules are needed to shore up American democracy, especially after a tumultuous postelection period and the deadly riot at the U. S Capitol before the People Act would establish federal election standards mandating early voting, same day registration and other voting rights reforms. Would also put the job of drawing congressional district in the hands of independent commissions and obligate presidents to disclose their tax returns. Republicans, they're calling it federal overreach. Ben Thomas Washington AP News FOR Friday, January 22nd I'm to McGuire A timeline is set for former President Trump's second impeachment trial opening arguments on the eighth of next month. On Monday, the House will send to the Senate the article of impeachment charging Donald Trump with incitement. Of insurrection. The senators will be sworn in Tuesday with arguments beginning about two weeks later. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says there needs to be accountability for January 6th insurrection at the Capitol. Excited by Donald J. Trump..

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Jimmie Rodgers, singer of 'Honeycomb' and other hits, dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Jimmie Rodgers, singer of 'Honeycomb' and other hits, dies

"Musician Jimmie Rodgers has died of kidney disease and after testing positive for covert nineteen according to his publicist Rogers died last Monday in palm desert California at the age of eighty seven I marches are a letter with a look at his career Jimmy Rogers was discovered as he played shows on a ten dollar guitar while he was stationed in Nashville with the U. S. Air Force after the Korean War he auditioned with roulette records with the song honey comb which was his first single and only number one record his other hits include secretly and kisses sweeter than wine in nineteen sixty seven Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull he said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson Missouri

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"50,000 lives. There have been a number of notable deaths to report this day. Among them long time radio on TV interviewer on host Larry King. Retired CBS News. White House correspondent Peter Mayer worked with Larry King at the old Mutual radio network, where he talked to celebrities and callers through the night. Larry King was to say the least a character he prided himself in not preparing for interviews, not reading. The books of authors are looking into whatever it was that landed a guest on his show. There were Rarely, if any probing questions. It was a trademark chat with Larry, who saw himself as the schmoozer from Brooklyn who viewed his guests and collars is the real stars of his show. Larry King was 87 had been hospitalized for covert but had a long history of health issues before that, also singer Jimmie Rodgers, who crossed musical formats and styles With big hits in the fifties and sixties, has died. Also 87 with covert complications, and actor Gregory Sierra of 1972 TV comedies he was 83 oversees. Thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia. Protest ng The jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny in the city of Tom's Protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief! Thousands were arrested across the country, including Navalny's wife in Moscow correspondent Adriana Diaz. Mrs. Novotny was later released. We don't yet know who but somebody in Michigan did buy the winning ticket for that. Billion dollar lottery. Some thoughts near the story. I'm going to keep playing, and this will be my new spot. The odds seem pretty pretty good here. If you don't play you can win..

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Larry King was 87. So was 19 fifties sixties singer Jimmie Rodgers, who had a string of so called crossover hits. Walter Bernstein Road film scripts for decades, except when he could not do to the notorious Hollywood blacklist. He had an Oscar nomination for the front. Which was about that situation. I'm not a right don't be a defeatist. The guy's wrote those scripts, not May. I put my name on them. They were. They were blacklist that I was helping him out. It's it's my name and their scripts. Walter Bernstein was 101 Chinese table Woman following rescue efforts for some two dozen miners trapped for two weeks now in a gold mine. The latest word is that One miner has been rescued. Somebody has one has taken a winning lottery ticket in the Friday night. Billion dollar jackpot. This is CBS News, Traffic and Weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It is one of three and we've got a chilly old night out there. Drive carefully. You don't want to need to pull over for any particular reason. Traveling north bound on the Tobin Bridge. Once you get over to the Chelsea side, we've gotta work zone. We don't have a work crew out there tonight. That work zone is slowing down people just a little bit. We got a few extra folks out in the road right now. It's a Saturday night, Sunday morning traveling right now in the downtown area. Always looking pretty good. Lower decker route 90 three's They come Bridge somewhere in Callahan Tunnel, Sarah Drive, all moving very well right now as his route 93 from Braintree, two of Boston traveling over on route 95 all clear right now on the South bound side, just by Route one and dead, Um, after an earlier problem, because there's some issue a little bit earlier and on route 24 in the time. Out of Berkeley. All is well through there. We had a little bit of a crash, and that's that's um, pretty good shape. Now traveling route 4 95 from Wrentham, right on up to Marlborough. No issues to contend with the run routes 1 90 or 2 90 coming out of New Hampshire by way of Route three through teens burrow all the way down through Billerica.

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Whose nation this hour I'm Roger. Banish. US says reaffirmed support for Taiwan following China sending warplanes near the island State Department says it notes with concerned the pattern of China's ongoing attempts to intimidate its neighbors, including Taiwan. Wants. Defense Ministry says China Sun, eight bombers capable of carrying nuclear weapons and four fighter jets just southwest of the island. China's state media says 10 workers transfer two weeks after an explosion in a northern China gold mine have been provided with food as attempts to bring them to the surface continue. One of the workers have reported to have died. While the fate of 11 others is unknown. Mine had been under construction when an explosion Britt threw it on the shaft is reportedly blocked 1000 ft below the surface by 70 tons of debris. Rescuers estimate another two weeks will be needed to bring the workers to safety. You. Almost simultaneous earthquakes have been felt. The South Shetland Islands in the Antarctica and in central Chile were building shook in the Capitol with no casualties or damage reported the quake in the south. Shetland Islands had a magnitude of 6.9 all the earthquake and chili had a magnitude of 5.8. The new Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin, is giving a senior leaders two weeks to send in reports on sexual assault prevention programs in the military. Austin is also seeking an assessment of what has worked and what hasn't. His memo went out Saturday, fulfilling a commitment he made to senators last week during his confirmation hearings. Reports of sexual assaults have steadily gone up since 2006. Celebrities passing away this week. Talk show icon Larry King spent half a century and broadcasting no cause of death was given, but a spokesperson said earlier this month that King had been hospitalized with covert 19. He was 87 Jimmie Rodgers recorded such hits as Honey Comb and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine in the 19 fifties and sixties. He died Monday from kidney disease at age 87. He had also tested positive for covert 19. Much news nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation. Now, after news around the clock, I'm Roger.

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TV icon Larry King has died at age 87 in Los Angeles

WGN Showcase

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

TV icon Larry King has died at age 87 in Los Angeles

"Talk show icon Larry King spent half a century and broadcasting no cause of death was given, but a spokesperson said early this month that King had been hospitalized with covert 19. He was 87 Jimmie Rodgers recorded such hits as Honey Comb and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine in the 19 fifties and sixties. He died Monday from kidney disease at age 87. He had also tested positive for cocaine 19. Much news nation every

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"On the hour. Your home for original reporting. I'm Tom Foti in Washington with US covert case is about to hit 25 million and with the Biden administration pushing to get more vaccine to more people, the new worry is the different strains of the virus. He's new variants make it even more important for us to get as many people vaccinated. As quickly as possible to mention I'm just picked up pace so we can get this pandemic under control. Before these variants spread even further and become more of a problem, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr Jon Lapook and on the federal efforts on that President Biden. We've already instructed the federal emergency agent in the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA. To stand up the first federally supported community vaccination centers with the goal of 100 centers and next one the next month or from correspondent on Your back is that a vaccine cited the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. People expressed excitement. It was seamless. It was amazing. It was well organized. It was painless, while others were relieved to receive their shots. We've lost family and that's very hard, so we want to do it for them, too. There have been a number of notable deaths to report this day. Among the long time radio on TV interviewer and host Larry King, retired CBS News. White House correspondent Peter Mayer worked with him at the old Mutual radio network where King talk to celebrities and callers through the night. Larry King was to say the least a character he prided himself in not preparing for interviews. Not reading the books of authors are looking into whatever it was that landed a guest on his show. There were rarely if any, probing questions. It was a trademark chat with Larry, who saw himself as the schmoozer from Brooklyn who viewed his guests and collars is the real stars of his show. Larry King was 87. He had been hospitalized for covert, but had a long history of health issues before that. Also singer Jimmie Rodgers, who crossed music formats and styles for big hits in the fifties and sixties, has died. Also 87 with covert complications, and actor Gregory Sierra of 19 seventies TV comedies He was 83 oversees. Thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia. Protest Ng The jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny in the city of Tom's Protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief! Thousands were arrested across the country, including the values wife in Moscow correspondent Adriana De as we don't know yet, who, But somebody in Michigan did buy your winning ticket for that billion dollar plus mega millions jackpot third largest lottery prize in history. Others in Detroit near the store, suburban Detroit had thoughts about it. I'm going to keep playing, and this will be my new spot..

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"But i think i'll carries on the traditions absolutely exactly My dad was also a huge fan and simon and garfunkel. My dad's favorite song is a boxer from bridge over troubled water so we heard that record a lot and then i i remember a lot of the year will the circle be broken. Came out we took a trip to colorado and drove. All you know just drove everywhere and listen to that record on a loop so that music. Elle's her really ingrained in my head that kind of I don't know back then. They used to call it old timey music but he called bluegrass americana. Whatever did you watch. Ken burns documentary on catcher western country. Yes yeah yeah. They talked about the session. Go out. I like that stuff. I that was just a brilliant documentary and You it is. I thought it was interesting. The to kind of give a similar like you know Stanley and jack kirby and you know you kind of build on comics from that to see you know the carter family and jimmie rodgers and how everything fode know flowed from that that you know when you talk about. How even modern like a mardi stuart was directly from that. You know you can connect the dots on that. I thought it was amazing. I'm a big nitty gritty dirt band fan as well. Oh cool yeah So when you start getting into high school and getting a little bit older. Did your musical tastes change. When did you find your own musical voice. Probably so that earliest stuff. That i love that. I knew my my dad would have liked. I never was exposed to through him. I i became a real buddy. Holly junkie when i was in high school and then i had my big beatles. Phase buddy was at the movie. I actually no. I don't think so. i think i loved him before. That movie came out And i can't honestly tell you I think i had a greatest hits album and by the time has done. I had that box set the complete buddy holly vinyl which in the intervening years. I lost that but i acquired another one because it was dear to me and i still when i'm really stuck and feeling kind of like i don't have any roots in the world. I put on buddy that just somehow that connects me with with my surroundings. Every time is just his step seem so pure to me. I discovered him because of the movie. And i there is. I have a couple of his cds like some of the they did a remastered of A cd. i think like in the early eighties. the they did And i remember just wearing that. Cd out just everything and then And then to bring it back right then The nitty gritty dirt band did several covers of buddy holly songs like their version of ravon..

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

"A couple of the employee's there let and so. I. I'm kind of in over my head. I know it Like overwhelmed at all this and they start he starts telling me his what we're GonNa do and So I'm very happy about all that. So that he turns to me and says so. What's next like I know something like I know something? Well you had you know your records number one. You're supposed to know what to do next. I had no idea and I certainly didn't have any other material you know I'm so I'm really I said well. We're working on a few follow ups we've got it. We've got what we think is a follow up. We're working on a few things and then somebody comes as I told you a smart kid my so you know this began my meeting so I realized I really was in over my head and I didn't know quite what I didn't know how we got here. You know much less how to do it again so You know that was kind of scary moment and you saying the both of whom buys about the Goumba as well So As it right in the middle of this meeting at two will big guys walk up to the marshes shortage moisture. Can we see they all talk like that? I don't know they went to school but So Moore says. Excuse me he gets up and he walks over and you can kinda hear. The conversation is they broke. Some guy's legs out in New Jersey because it was bootlegging records and and so suddenly you know everybody's embarrassed at this red shorts jumps up and says so. This is your first trip to New York Tom. Yeah finally Morris comes over and sits back down and The meeting goes on. But do you know that that really gave me a great insight into who I was dealing with and As say The white working with Morris was The royalty department at all of that is the quietest place on earth. That's right it wasn't going to pay you. That was a joke Around the promotion man was scientists. Were trying to discover the quietest place on earth and it turned out to be the royalty department at Roulette records so anyway. That was a joke but it was very true and Yes so anyway. The point is that Morrison Roulette Made hanky-panky number one literally had to promote recreation. Do they did? And and So I got off to a great start and we ended up with twenty three gold singles at Roulette and Thirty two chart records and so I mean. Would that have happened everywhere else? I I'm telling you I am willing to bet I don't think We would have had anywhere near that kind of success if we had ended up going with one of the corporate labels because we would have had tremendous competition You know we would at let. They actually needed us because they hadn't had a hit in three years so they really ruled out the red carpet getting paid was another story. You know. Crime doesn't pay BUT At any rate it was it was you know. I got to learn. My craft is the learned every aspect of the record business. What I didn't learn at the spin it record shop got to learn roulette about say you'd never would have had that at another. No where they had other artists no Titians. You'd have been under some thumb especially with a fluky record like hanky-panky we even turned over to somebody in the Anr Department at Columbia. Say That's probably the last year we've been lucky to be a one hit. Wonder you know so But you did. You were allowed. He did allow you to keep money that you earned from concerts. Commercials didn't have much to do with that but Mechanical royalties. Were just not GonNa Happen and when we finally realized this you know. We've we've finally dawned on us that we weren't and publishing money by the way was also Lumped in with all that and the excuse of course was you're spending too much money in the studio we weren't spent you know every song was was you know we had you know the first eight records were gold records and every album was a gold or platinum album. So there's no way we were in the whole but we just accepted it and when we finally realized that this wasn't going to happen we had to make a conscious decision Are we going to cause? We're having tremendous success there. Are we going to spoil that all and or worse you know? Could we could be real danger because you know they had done that to Jimmy. Rogers explain what happened to Jimmy. Rogers Jimmie Rodgers was a roulette artists in the fifties honeycomb and kisses sweeter than wine. Right bunch heads and He sued him for nonpayment and he was very bold and that and just wouldn't stop it. He kept after him and finally He was writing down of an La freeway and got pulled over by what he thought was a cop and they damn near beat him to death they he was left unconscious bleeding and they thought he was dead. It was left for dead and He survived but just barely and he was never the same again and Ruined his career and slid slit his throat and It was Really terrible what they did to him. And so you know we'd heard that story and we knew what they were capable of up there and So we just decided to keep our mouths shut and because we were making a tremendous amount of money on the road and and from BMI and and The other avenues of of revenue and So we just decided we'd keep that to ourselves and stay friends and and just take the hits literally so What's amazing to in those years? Is the creativity in the output. I remember growing up rock bands. One maybe two hits most three. You are turning out regularly. We were so blessed so fortunate to have the attention of the public for for that long we And of course Morris was cracking the whip to you know and at the same time because basically the motivation was Morris's greed and it worked. All I can say is that You He'd cracked the whip and we'd come up with another record And and they did know how to promote promote singles. They truly did. Singles was What they did. And that was the commodity at the time when we when I first got into the business The MODEL was You put out a single if it has legs due another single and album. But you didn't do that album until you knew you had a market for it. Made all the sense in the world right so You'd release your album which was always quickly thrown together with your second single. That was the model. And if you got lucky maybe there was a third single on May was another single on Jaba so Of course that's not how it's done today at all. You know we're going to get to the Yeah THAT SEISMIC YEAR. Nineteen sixty eight right Your most difficult creation was crystal blue persuasion described that one well Crystal blue was of course from that magic summer of nineteen sixty nine and You know it was just a very different kind of a record for us I had We just played Atlanta at college Atlanta and a fellow came up with this poem that he gave me called KRYSTAL persuasion and I just was struck by those combination of words. You know. That's a beautiful combination of words. I don't know what it means and it but it was. The poem he had written was from the book of revelation in the Bible. And so. That's really cool. So we we wrote it that night and went back to a hotel room and wrote it and went in the studio and we. You know it was kind of that. Latin feel and But we way over produced it We had electric guitars. We had a full set of drums. We had I don't know any anything you can think of through in the record and when we got done we just looked at each other and said that's not crystal blue anymore. I don't know what it is. So we spent the next three or four weeks unproductive the record and pulling stuff out and see if this works with that and that we're so when the whole thing we pulled the drums out we. All that was left was a bongo. Flamenco Guitar. A little of the tremolo guitar playing rhythm and the Oregon.

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Catch up on the big moments from our current cases and relive some of court. TV's most historic trials court. TV Your your front row seat to justice the murder of Dr Theresa Savers was was solved. There were two trials and a plea and now we know who was involved and who is being held responsible for her murder. It was a brutal brutal case. She was bludgeoned to death with a hammer in her own home. She's the mother of two young girls. She has a husband Mark Savers who it was one of the defendants. So there's three defendants in this case mark savers or husband Curtis right her husband's best friend from childhood slash d'appel Ganger and and Jimmy the Hammer. Rogers who is someone that Mark Savers Best Friend Curtis right net while they were incarcerated together. These are the three men responsible for this brutal horrific case taking from this Earth a woman a mother a doctor who tried to ease the pain of all for patients and not only that she was really philanthropic. She was really trying to help people. In general you know really a very very very kind soul and one of the many sad things involved in this case is that nobody thought there was any problems with his marriage. I mean the the police please interviewed the MOMS. Everyone was still so stunned. That that marks vers even have the capacity to do something like this I. It's unreal There was a five million dollar life insurance policy or policies were in effect and clearly. Were part of the motive here it was about money And it was about being an awful awful human being but we have three cases right. You've got the case against mark. SIEVERS demand orchestrating. Everything car. Curtis right the one. He hires and the one who testifies to different trials. That's how he is the one who had a hammer in his hand and bludgeoned her while she's looking in his eyes asking him why and then Jimmy and there was a trial for Jimmy. The Hammer Rogers who was also implicated by Curtis Wright as coming in and helping to murder. Dr Theresa's Everts After Curtis writes started the attack so the trial Jimmy the hammer rogers results in a second degree murder conviction for him that jury sorry did not believe that he ever had a hammer in his hand. And that's be even even though his name. Is Jimmy the Hammer. They didn't believe he had a hammer in his hand and he was found guilty of second degree murder. Mark was found guilty of murder and curtis right. Took a deal. So let's talk about the sentencing for the for three defense case and we'll begin with mark savers Because it was up to the jury to decide take a listen we. The jury unanimously find that Mark Fevers should be sentenced to death. Yes if your vote impose. Death is less than unanimous. The Trial Court shall impose a sentence of life without the possibility of parole data this tenth day after September in Lee County. Florida death for the ringleader. Now Jimmy the Hammer. Rogers was also facing a potential death sentence but because he was only convicted of second degree murder was facing twenty two years to life. Here's what the judge did with the Hammer. I think a life sentence is warranted as as a PR's warranted and so that it's clear on appeal even if I didn't do the PR are given this back pattern and How horrendous it was I think in his involvement I think life sentence even without pr would be warranted? Life for Jimmy the Hammer Roger. So he gets the the maximum that he could have gotten for a second degree murder sentence. Meanwhile Curtis Wayne Right the one again who bludgeoned her to death. Yeah the one who had the hammer in his hand. The one who's looking in her eyes as he's doing this it's twenty up to twenty five years because he co-operated that's why right yeah. Niches get the benefit sure and here's from my perspective as a former prosecutor looking at it. I believe the person person who is most culpable in this case is mark. I agree with that but everything to action so I think as a prosecutor you look at the case that way and you say okay. Whatever I do I've got to make sure I hold him SPA escape? Because he wasn't there I agree with that. He's the mastermind. I agree with that. A lot of people find it difficult to accept that that he should be held the most responsible because he was in a different state because he was not involved in the actual act of murder. But I completely really agree with you. Because you've said this but for Mark Cevers two receivers would not be dead so I cannot attack prosecutors here for giving Curtis right the twenty five-year deal because without him. There's no way that they get mark cevers. I think it's an impossible case against him. And then I think Marcie escapes justice and then raises those two girls which to me tragedy of all. Listen you said and this was the first death penalty case where a jury actually shortly came back with a recommendation of death rights since the relaunch. Of course we've had we've had other defendants including homicide Maniac Got Nelson. Yeah ask for the death penalty and and grandma grandma who took out his mother father and brother and tried to frame his brother for murdering his mother and father and committing suicide which the jury didn't buy Henry Suguira a girl who took out a mother her six year old twin daughters and their three year old child and he got life as well. Well so it's not easy to get the death penalty floor. We did not think I just did not think that was going to get death. And maybe because of that history. Since I've been here but I am still. I'm in disbelief. That they actually gave him death to me. That is the case and one of the reasons I like to cover. These cases is it makes them more high profile. And maybe and I know people argue there is no deterrents in there but I just want all those spouses out there. Who Don't want their spouse around and are afraid to get a divorce because you're either to cheaper whatever? That's a good that this could be you. This be you if you decide to go down that other road so from my perspective this was the right call by prosecutors and justice was served Jimmie Rodgers will never get out if curtis first wainwright gets out. He's an old man and just a look ahead. I believe Curtis Wayne Right is due for sentencing in February of two thousand twenty. We'll be on. We'll let you know what happens approach. You know what's also happening in two thousand twenty the.

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The giants win the pennant. sixty four years ago today. three meters on BBC television when the show was revived in the nineteen nineties it launched the careers of Ryan Gosling Justin Timberlake Christina Aguilera J. C. Chas as Kerry Russell and Britney spears thanks Mickey. I thank. fifty eight years ago nineteen sixty one Nashville's country music hall of fame elected Jimmie Rodgers Hank Williams and Fred rose co founder of the A. cuff rose music publisher company as its first members speaking of first on this day in nineteen seventy four Frank Robinson became major league baseball's first black manager we took over to manage the Cleveland Indians eight years ago today we remember it well two thousand eleven convicted American murderer Amanda Knox had her sentence overturned in an Italian court she was a retired retried re convicted sentenced to twenty eight and a half years and then four years later twenty fifteen Italy's Supreme Court finally acquitted her birthday's today include Lena Headey you know a better SRC Lannister on game of thrones she's forty six Kevin Richardson from the Backstreet boys is forty eight as you look at this stage he would be the third from the left. Gwen Stefani is fifty. Happy Birthday Tommy Lee..

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Each year several thousand people came to hear music that reminded them of simpler the times and the rural homes of their pass going to dance with satellite going back home to Mama's grandma's for Thanksgiving needed country music songs about a little along cabins that people have never lived in the old country Church Church people have never attended but it's smoke for a lot of people who were being forgotten felt they were being forgotten tragedy staple both above all is just a heartening back to the older way of laughed either real or imagined. I joined by Carl Carl Wilson a music critic for slate. Hey Karl welcome back. Hi everybody so Carl for the you know. The first episode of this genus documentary very really gets us up to what Rosanne cash calls the bedrock moment the really foundational moment upon which all of country music has been built since which is the simultaneous emergence of the Carter family and Jimmie Rodgers. This is as the documentary says lightning really striking twice in the same location location that is kind of an amazing a turning point in the history of popular music. Maybe maybe maybe begin there. Yeah well what they're talking about. They're in the documentary. Is this basically what we would call an in our guy now from a record company called okay who went out to you a rural Tennessee and recorded what's now known as the Bristol Sessions basically just put out a call for anybody within so you know the the sound of of the advertisements that they were putting out for to come and see what kind of what kind of music can catch and two two of the artists that they found that way our get Jimmy Rogers who was a railroad worker who came and was is heavily influenced by Blues Music which etered working with with black people in the railway industry and you know and by also so by the sort of grew music that he'd grown up with and the Carter who came much more out of Gospel music out of the tradition of kind of Scots Irish balladry and between the two of them they really kind of fixed those two sides of of country music and and Burns follows both of their kind if trails from there in a lot of ways you can you can take almost anybody in country music and show the ways that they're the heirs of one or the other often both of those artists and so that kind of is the Big Bang I mean it's only the big bang because it's the early commercial record industry and and and so and so technology is determinative and everything that happens from there on you know is particularly influenced by the development of radio so in some ways you know this story could start you could put the the beginning of the story centuries before you could put it somewhere in the nineteenth century with the minstrel shows which had that kind of combination combination of the Banjo and the violin and in their own way this kind of black and white influences well which is a influence that Burns acknowledges colleges but kind of skipped over a little bit There's a tendency throughout the documentary to want to kind of take the less comfortable parts of country history story and acknowledged them but not deal with them head on. That's kind of something you know that's kind of a Ken Burns thing that that I think Myers the whole series he's in a way but in a lot of ways he gets the big parts of of what the history is about and how everything developed right Carl. I think we'd be remiss if we didn't talk talk about a pretty remarkable moment both in the history of country music and in the documentary which is which is the emergence of the Carter Family and this the documentary depicts is the perfect intersection of this music which had had no real commercial aspirations whatsoever really was just solace for lonely rural people well and the new technologies monies that are that are coming in and starting to surround it an appropriate it and at this moment you can finally get this piece of American the style Joe or American or whatever on vinyl and sell it and that's that's where the Carter family emerges and it's I. I knew that story and I I love their music but just it's amazing to hear people talk about how Sarah Carter I think is a quote from someone. Sarah Carter gave birth to all vocally and mother Mabel. This was the real revelation the guitar playing of mother. May Bell really laid down the DNA of all country and Western guitar playing to come come out of that. Maybe talk a little bit about that turning point yeah I mean I think you know Sarah. Carter's influence is definitely felt over the years ears and and but I think you could also argue that there are a lot of other people whose whose focal influence was men more powerful but but mother mayvale there's no question question she she created and probably partly influenced by some African American context as well but we don't entirely have the the story there but in her in her own waste she created at least in popularize what what's been known as the Carter scratch which or just just Carter style guitar playing which is this combination of strumming finger picking that allows the the melody to be picked out or an accompaniment part to be picked out in the in the mid strings well. There's a the base amid strings while there's a kind of general back and forth strub happening in having this kind of double voiced thing happened and that's that is the foundation of basically you know all American pop guitar playing playing in a lot of ways.

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Throughline

"I don't really care about country music in fact. I don't like it. GROWING UP I associated country music with artists like Toby Keith. Who songs were you know Gresley patriotic and were hurt for someone like me but when I heard Ken Burns was making a documentary about country music I was like okay. Let's see what this is about and that my friends is what makes Ken Burns so good at what he does. He take something that you think you have zero interesting and makes it interesting which is what we try to do every week on this show so we were super excited to sit down with him and talk about his approach to storytelling storytelling why history matters and country music that conversation when we come back Hi This is NATO Mon- from East Brunswick New Jersey and you're listening through mine from NPR AW support for this podcast and the following message come from Tito's handmade vodka born and bred in Austin Texas the live music capital capital of the world music is just kind of part of our DNA says tito beverage founder and master distiller of Tito's handmade vodka for recipes videos and more visit them Ed Tito's vodka dot com eighty proof. Tito's handmade vodka fifth generation inc.. Distilled and bottled in Austin Texas crafted to be savored responsibly Oy. I can't believe that summer is basically over. I know and you know what that means. The twenty twenty presidential races only going to heat up. It's a good thing we spent all summer sitting down with the Democratic candidates for President Colo.. It is great to be with you. Thanks for having him delighted to be here for. Bush appreciate check out the NPR politics podcast feed for exclusive interviews with all the candidates on the debate stage. Subscribe Okay so naturally literally the first question we had for Ken Burns was why country music and why now people were asking me after we did our series on jazz came out in two thousand run you know would I do rock and roll and and and I I'm a child of rock and roll and are and be that was my music and yet when the country music idea came friend of mine said hey that about country music and had been mentally on some lists but it just sort of entered in my heart. It was like this whole hearted yes S. whatever it was. We're thinking about doing next together. That's disappeared and for the next eight years. We really plowed towards this. I knew some most of my granddaddy and my daddy sang me songs but I knew that it was connected to all American music that what we tend to do in everything particularly now our there seems to be as soon. Nami of inflammation breaking over us is that just out of desperation we in silo everything into its own category but when you listen to country music and you learn a little bit about it you find out from the very beginning. It was never one thing our window on land. did a big bang took place in the summer of Nineteen Twenty seven that in Bristol Tennessee when Ralph peer an entrepreneur recorded in almost succeeding sessions the Carter family and Jimmie Rodgers. We saw so you have this music growing up. That's then adding all sorts of stuff western. Swing.

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In the day on the day this day the third day of October sixty seven years ago. The giants win. The pennant giants win the pennant. Bobby Thomson to the New York Giants hit. What's called the shot heard round the world? Three run Homer in the bottom of the ninth of the final game the three game playoff against the dodgers. Bet today would be called a walk off. Homerun fifty seven years ago. Nineteen sixty one Nashville country music hall of fame elected Jimmie Rodgers Hank Williams, and Fred rose co-founder of the ak- froze publishing company as its very first members speaking I the year was nineteen seventy four Frank Robinson became major league baseball first black manager when he took over the Cleveland Indians twenty three years ago today the jury in the OJ Simpson murder trial found juice innocent of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson. And Ronald Goldman jury. It actually reached their decision yesterday October second nineteen ninety-five took them all a four hours. I guess they didn't want the public to know. How quick they came to the fifteen years ago two thousand three on his fifty ninth birthday. Roy horn half of Siegfried and ROY nearly killed on stage by one of his Tigers. Core. Bit him in the neck and the bite severed an artery causes stroke, which slept ROY partially. Paralyzed. He seventy four today and seven years ago. Two thousand eleven convicted American murder MandA knocks Henderson it's overturned into talion court. She was retried reconvicted and then sentenced to twenty eight and a half years, but four years later in two thousand fifteen Italy supreme court finally acquitted her that was a weird weird story. Birthdays today include Lena, heavy. Searcy Lancaster on game of thrones. She's forty five the Reverend Al Sharpton, sixty four Dave Winfield man baseball hall of Famer the only athlete ever drafted by teams in all three major sports. He was drafted by the San Diego Padres, the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA and a Minnesota Vikings of the NFL. And I believe he is also today to date the only baseball hall of Famer to be arrested for killing a bird. You are correct. That happened in Toronto during warmups. He was throwing, you know, warming up throwing balls and hit a bird Nick got him for cruelly. Dan of killed him. Got him for cruelty to animals happy birthday Stevie Ray Vaughan. Not until those were the days. Charlie. Sorry. Oh, it it..

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ella Fitzgerald swinging Gershwin on WNYC recorded in nineteen fifty seven at the Shrine, Auditorium the house that Oscar. Built so many Academy Awards shows came from. There but on this particular October night in, fifty seven lady Ella was in the company of jazz, royalty, ROY, Eldridge Jay, Johnson. Sonny Lester, young, Illinois Jacquet. Coleman, Hawkins STAN Getz flip. Phillips Oscar Peterson, herb. Ellis Ray, Brown, and Kati. K., on drums holy cow Only? When Thomas Jefferson? Dined alone is there a better jam session at Monticello how about that elyssa. Sings early into that ad-libbing scat singing, version of a lady be good I wanna rock. And roll No? Be careful what? You wish for ELA looking back at the charts on the week of October. Twenty fifth nineteen fifty seven That incredible swinging date that we. Just heard Rock, and roll record that, was just about. Topping the charts was Elvis Presley's jailhouse rock. I, don't think would have suited Ellis style however the actual number one single could a worked for this. One sat between rock and roll and hootenanny this is Jimmie Rodgers Well that's good Life and it's, kind of Nicole Comb The ones we fall From marion May be baby.

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"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"jimmie rodgers" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Still gone AM Seven sixty k. f. n.. Be, breaking, news well Mike Paul Manafort been found guilty. On eight counts I know you follow this intensely for the, last few months so I very eager and excited to get your a word? In, what, this oh well I think what's more important is that, we ask Eric what. He makes Eric what do you think Paul Manafort guilty on eight counts Well I. Wanna know what Roger stone has to do all right Roger. Roger, now you know what we got Alex Jones on. The alley What do you make criminal All right there and that. Concludes. Our coverage, of. Paul Manafort thank you Eric I think we. Did a fine job there So. I'm just gonna be totally honest with us KFI MSNBC they've stormy Daniels attorney on breaking it down I. Think our analysis was better than less cover Yeah KFI AM is a every aspect of the entire lineup as part of a well-balanced. Diet, yeah So. I I have chosen to not follow this story. At all Zero none Partially knowing that Brett has done a fantastic job. Covering it so when you listen to, Brett show you are. Well informed you don't need double up for me because otherwise you're just eating a lot of the same foods as a part of your. Well-balanced diet that's, very? Balanced right, so, Brad Scott the Manafort. Stuff covered he's all over and he's better than anyone. On it so you got that for, me, personally I my brain can't just be. Totally honest I am not good at stories that involve multiple different players and analyzing each of their. Motivations Stories like that I can't I can't keep him I like so who's Manafort. And what does he want and what, did he do and. Why did he do that and why does anyone care what they did in who the keeps in with that and I just can't keep. Track of it, all? So I, only, have limited bandwidth so. I choose to not spend any on that knowing that. You're in good hands of Brett and, I, focus on other things is that fair. So that's my way of saying I don't know what was this bad good what are we Thanks for him Got it wrong FOX and. Friends Morning Mike what do you think? Of, the public well listen really. Stinks for him I was Paul But this has nothing to do with Trump is that, that's the thing but they're trying to make it to do with Trump because he worked for Trump for. A little bit Yeah something like that but Paul. Manafort spin in? The swamp for? A long time, so? He. Was in the. Stone documentary. Yeah which everyone should watch. By the way on Netflix this Roger stone's me, Roger stone is that right Jimmie Rodgers done that's the one right yes, a metaphor era he's been he was the original lobbyists it was him is known to originated lobby I Lobbyist You're going to see because Michael Cohen also you, know pled guilty. Today so it's gonna be a. Double I don't rush your day with interesting about Paul Manafort like you, said he's been in the swamp so. Long he has so many that by the, way but Thank, you bye Paul manafort's been in the. Swamp so long that it's going to be, interesting Whoa if he holds onto all of his secrets because surely he's got a ton of so I'm more, interested in not so much that Paul. Manafort's got into some pretty pretty pretty. High water here but. He may. Start. Leaking some stuff and I think that will be interesting where did Paul Manafort Paulie manafort Paulie Manafort Paul Manafort pulling out, of fort you're adding an. E cetera you either say Paul Manafort Brentwood, Erbil promo the other day. Said paulie man Paul Manafort Cute All. Right so I look forward to breath analysis on this at two. O'clock Three. Two o'clock we're talking.

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