18 Burst results for "Jimmy Rogers"
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
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"I listen online a lot I listen to the radio some it's as good as the on air broadcast what will be able to get more songs on I think than we planned for us always good but we're gone this is their last big said we're going to hear is that what is not necessarily a specific tradition in the more but there was one time when there was a very strong country blues tradition what what country musicians borrowed heavily from African American musicians and African American musician barred from country and that was the first person of course to really signal the the well what do they have something that goes back to the very beginning of America American music but it wasn't for a fresh sound and and countries I'm John speaking of course Jimmy Rogers what are generally they will hear one of his most important one of most talented disciples cliff Carla then I'll tell you about the others after we heard the music but let's listen first to generators never no more blues I'm can be good god do me in the and he won't be my yeah I thank my name then gave me a long yeah and in yeah and then me and my thank you when coming home B. yeah Golay but then game online right I'm gonna be gone and then I it and.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Let's start things off on a positive note tonight shall we couple of in courage ing signs as I made my way around metro Atlanta one of the few essential employees here at the station I free rein around the city of light it's mark and by the way want to publish this morning after the show plenty of plenty of everything yeah except for the paper that I don't understand that was still they were still but the Delhi was open I had I had fried chicken at nine thirty in the morning is phenomenal did you fight over with another white guy I did another whack and there's plenty for all races to go around this sushi guy was making sushi everything was everything was full except for toilet paper and and I went to my local Publix is fantastic apparently though there is a line to get in when they open at eight AM I was there nine thirty in the run overnight yeah right they doing like a special hour for senior shop yes most paid most places now or do I don't think it's every day but a couple of days a week that's a good idea great idea but I was I was very very encouraged by that the fact that they the public said the fried chicken ready at nine thirty AM that makes me think everything's alright because they already I think I have the fried chicken ready nine thirty that would you specifically went for yes I was craving for some reason this morning probably because the call as follows that's why so that was encouraging sign number one encouraging sign number to driving in this afternoon I have never seen a more people walking around so many this is a David land at like people just don being at home they're walking dogs are walking their kids bikes I can jog can't go to the gym anymore so I had to go for a walk this morning which is weird if I don't like Mayberry like just everyone likes the neighbors and the neighbors waving to each other leave it to beaver yeah what was that what was that movie Pleasantville yeah that movie yeah that was great it was like I was in Pleasantville I was like you know some guy was break into a car he yeah he's got the Jimmy Rogers I get in there's like everyone was like out about so I'm encouraged I'm encouraged her brother governor Campero WSP radio give us the update no big news from the press conference that I could discern except that he is not gonna mandate business closures they state why he's not doing that yet he's leaving that door open but he's not doing that but locally the city of Atlanta has now announced that restaurants bars gyms all closed you can still get take out at restaurants we can go away in like long gore you can't going to Laperriere you can get take out from there but that that's kind of a game changer and one of the the stories that that really maybe just like an item was a chuckle but scratch my head you guys were gamestop is yeah yeah course no idea no idea to to explain to chuckle at gamestop in were you by video games yeah.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Jimmy Rogers were alive right Michael board after whether slow driving no with valves for ten between old Pearsall road in the database rose they try to clear this major accident off the roadway still again is very heavy traffic westbound sixteen oh for Jepsen often on two twenty one Megan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. away I sunny skies today look behind the low seventies thirty seven this morning morning minute here we our prediction all coming up before nine o'clock right now we're joined by Michael board from the W. away I twenty four hour news center give me a key for Texas give me a key for Tennessee give me a T. for Thelma woman made a fool out of me and now we can protest land there yeah the electric carmaker that gets all the headlines because of their C. E. O. Ilan mosque while he went on Twitter and put out a poll saying giga Texas giga is his gig of factories where he makes all have is cars and rockets and batteries and all sort of this and so we put this out there saying get get Texas sort of a tease that he may be looking to Texas for future development this the setting of already a buzz because wherever Ilan mosque goes the spotlight follows he is so charismatic it would be a big deal for Texas so what is he looking at what can we expect here well we do have some clues along the way to figure out what he might be looking to Texas for a right now Tesla has three factories in the United States could he be looking to Texas to build more of his electric cars well he has talked about ramping up production for his cars but also his semi truck that was on his if you saw this commercial during the Superbowl he'd and Tesla announced the gonna start making trucks I don't know if it's that that you know the the the the big semi trucks but right now to figure out what that he's also talking about batteries and that might be the bigger picture here for the San Antonio area a battery factory now what could this be coming at it why is he looking at Texas well here's another hand back your taxes yeah being because here's another hand and this is this is the bigger hand here that that we really are looking at a battery factory in Texas and more specifically San Antonio back in January president Donald Trump gave an interview while at the Davos summit where he talked his C. N. B. C. about Tesla and Ilan mosque in he prays Delon musky said Ilan mosque is a great guy we need to protect them and he said this is a quote that he gave to CNBC he is going to be building a very big plant in the United States that was sort of a surprise to everybody so we have you on must talking about a gig a factory in Texas we've got the president saying he's going to be building a very big plant in the United States you put one and two together you might get three here and also this isn't the first time he has looked at Texas Ilan mosque actually look to Texas back in twenty fourteen as a place to build his batteries maybe he's coming back here maybe he decided that he made a mistake back in twenty fourteen and he really should build his batteries in San Antonio if that happens that's a huge deal for San Antonio not only the jobs not only the good paying jobs but also the spotlight on San Antonio one of the things Charlie we know is that San Antonio struggles with being cool not a cool place agree one hundred percent on that one but that's another story for another time Austin is seen as cool were not seen as cool if he just made my case it is seen as cold San Antonio was not seen as cool if Ilan mosque comes here brings its battery factory here gives his stamp of approval for San Antonio that it goes a long way to change the city's image Charlie all right Michael board from the.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on Sword and Scale Daily
"Early. Two Thousand Sixteen. The state attorney believed he conspired with right in Rogers to murder TREASA and last week a jury agreed in two thousand sixteen. Curtis right pled guilty to the second degree murder of Theresa Cevers and agreed to testify against savers and Rogers in exchange for a sentence of twenty. Five Years Curtis rates testimony. was that savors verse. His best friend. I approached him about killing Theresa at rights wedding in Missouri. He asked if he would help or if he knew anyone who could doc right asked what he would be willing to pay and mark told him he could pay one hundred thousand dollars once. He was awarded the two point. Five million dollar payout out from Teresa's life insurance policy. Curtis right then asked when mark wanted it done and mark told him ace APP. The per curtis writes testimony. Sears brainstormed several ideas for the perfect location and curtis even went to scout doctor's office before they sited on the house they also bought prepaid phones to discuss the crime. Right further testified the he decided not to carry out the murder for himself but bringing a friend. Jimmy Rogers Curtis Right testified that savers did not know that Rogers existed. Interestingly enough CARAJAS trial. Rogers girlfriend testified that he had.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Oh my god the silence of a falling star lights up the purple sky and as I wonder where you are I'm so lonesome I could cry. can what do you see as the future of country music when so many American workers are likely to be at a at a keyboard or smart phone. I don't know Scott I think that's that's really the kia you know a lot of the discussions we have about country now whether it's little NAS acts and that is to say a black gay rapper having the number one country song and whether you should be on a chart or not on a charter the exclusion of women from country radio misses the point they're just the constant common binary arguments we like to get in but the question you ask is the more fundamental one what happens when we are not directly related day to day to the struggle for survival what does the act of pain and loss in our daily lives give us in terms of the opportunity to create the kind of poetry but art is about friction and art is about loss and I do wonder and a modern age in which convenience will out whether we will be able to create the right conditions hi to express the kinds of things that Jimmy Rogers and Maybelle Carter Dolly and Kris Kristofferson have been able to express hi I think they will because human nature doesn't change and I think the country is as vibrant as certainly the series that that we just made a tries to chronicle Ken burns his sherry's country music begins tomorrow night on PBS stations across the country can thanks so much for being with us it's my pleasure thanks for having..
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One heck of a week for musician birthday on which ship me heal Bertha GP you know when I saw it should be on the list this week I was like old slat we could do something for chip EA nobody does anything for chip his own soul blues singer hero birthday he'll born in Charleston South Carolina in nineteen oh five yeah tell swoop in nineteen oh five that's the deep time and she was one of sixteen kids yes a lot is one of the great sings the blues in the tradition of Bessie Smith and others and I found out about you because of my obsession with Louis Armstrong and you know just trying to listen to everything he ever played on and usually play were people already knew it wasn't the hot five it was Ella Fitzgerald law it was Jimmy Rogers but when I came across his cornet intro Pratt city blues I forgot about Louis for a minute it was like who is that singing it was to be here is where okay yeah.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on KTOK
"In America within the sound of my voice is a man who just doesn't feel like he belongs where he is he's living in the big city in on ending complicated dance with millions of partners all around him every day and he wanders through the complication of his day bumping constantly into the wheel fully in strange all while engaging on a daily basis with more people than it ever met before in his life the city's pulses pounds in his ears and it doesn't stop at night except except for one part of him and in one part of the city where modernity have forgot to continue to take over there's this place is not a big place it's not cramped either on the juke box Hank Williams sometimes contends with Jimmy Rogers to see who can make the most money per night well a much slower version of the city life please itself outside of the interactions in the patrons it's in this Dan that our man once in awhile steps had on his head pearl snap but nothing genes that have a crease down the middle the articles of clothing from another world on his feet comfortable and radiating the warm dream of the place called home is a pair of to cope was boots now he wears these to cope is here but it's the one thing that keeps him grounded when he's out in the city Maggie may wear a suit all day but he's got his pair of takeovers no it takes two hundred steps to manufacture repair of two cloves boots they're built to be comfortable right out of the box hand made with high quality full grain leathers by world class boot makers to coverts votes they come and lizard an alligator some of the world's most exotic leathers and by selling them right directly to you to cope with the.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"America within the sound of my voice is a man who just doesn't feel like he belongs where he is he's living in the big city in on ending complicated dance with millions of partners all around him every day and he wanders through the complication of his day bumping constantly into the wheel fully in strange all while engaging on a daily basis with more people than it ever met before in his life the city's pulses pounds in his ears and it doesn't stop at night except except for one part of him and in one part of the city were modernity of forgot to continue to take over there's this place is not a big place it's not cramped either on the juke box Hank Williams sometimes contends with Jimmy Rogers to see who can make the most money per night well a much slower version of the city life please itself outside of the interactions in the patrons it's in this Dan that our man once in awhile steps had on his head pearl snap but nothing genes that have a crease down the middle the articles of clothing from another world on his feet comfortable and radiating the warm dream of the place called home is a pair of to cope was boots now he wears these to cope is here but it's the one thing that keeps him grounded when he's out in the city Maggie may wear a suit all day but he's got his pair of takeovers no it takes two hundred steps to manufacture a pair of two cloves boots they're built to.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on Good Life Project
"And Jimmy Rogers would come down there for two weeks three weeks he'd just being Austin in a hotel room, and he would play every night, and we got to be the backup and fabulous Thunderbirds where the house band that? That'd be Sunday restoring what late seventies and seventy nine right? So you basically, just you're the house band, you're playing you're playing your own gauge. But then you're also playing with all of these sweet we would open up, and then we would play we would backup Jimmy Rogers or Eddie Taylor or Jimmy Reed. Or you know, you name it, muddy waters would come from Chicago. And we even if we didn't know play with him we'd be on the show. So we play for like thirty minutes, and then they'd come on. So I mean, how often did you just re in the middle of playing and just look around for a beat me like. Just really happening is what I'm saying. That's what I told. You is still happening today. So it's been absolutely amazing. And then to know that you are one of these guys, and you have been for a long time. Now, I mean, I know you're modest but from the outside looking in by any measure, but so you're I mean, you're you're you're in your settle in Austin, you're playing you've got the t birds rolling at some point Steve joins you. Also, he comes out. Well. I think Stevie came to Austin now he was playing around, you know, around his school. And plus when I ran off my parents sort of clamp down on him and said, okay, you're not going to do what he did, you know? So they sort of watched him with with the terrified I and kind of clamp down on him said, okay. You're going to go to school, and you're going to you're not going to do this. But they could make him stop playing because they liked it. But you know, so soon as he got a high school he came straight to Austin and. He had already been playing all those years several years and. He just sort of felt right in and got his own night at the Rome in got his own night at the different clubs where we used to play. Like we play on a Monday he play on Tuesday after got going. It sounds a hit the ground running a lot to Allston was that was the reason why. I'm moved to Austin because it had that feeling it was a small college town. And it was they had like bad a lot of weird bands. They had the thirteenth floor. Elevators, for instance. They were real popular in played all around town. And they they had electric jug player. I didn't know that existed. I didn't either. So guy had a pickup in a jug. And he'd go little or whatever he did, you know, and he was very famous in the psychedelic world..
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"He's very open about it. And when he's not behind somebody he suspiciously that open about it. Right. And I. You have you have you should use your cash. Emmy. Yeah, you know, like bird was never he liked to me Rogers so much. They were you know, now we're going way way back, but he thought the world Jimmy Rogers is an assistant coach. But you were there like he did not want Jimmy Rogers to be the coach of the Celtics because he wasn't handling it. Well, and he couldn't hide it. They the good one the great ones can't. Yeah. They just can't the tot intolerance for people that they feel sometimes it's not because it wasn't because Jimmy Rogers didn't know what he was doing that. Wouldn't it? Who knows you know, by the way, you went talk about load banishment Casey Jones the year after the Celtics the eighty six title. She back at us back scores bird playing like forty five minutes on a back to back. I mean bird Mikhail all those dudes if we had all the stuff we had now, I think everybody's playing for twenty years for sure I feel every year. They told him the space in your foot getting bigger and bigger the crackle growing late. Anyway. Unbelievable nuts, but they all did perished it to just a little quieter. They all had stuff. Do you think? Lebron's another title in our lifetime. Well, that's a good question. Because I would say, no, probably not, you know. I mean, there was some there was little chink in the armor this year. Yeah. He's getting older, you know, father times undefeated, right unless it's Tom Brady less is Tom Brady is who's the vampire twilight Edward, right? He's like a thousand years old. He is that's Tom Brady, but Tom Brady vampire, and he changed. But he the thing. I love about Tom Razi changed everything. Yeah. He changed everything to to make this happen has I mean, LeBron look he takes care of his body. Obviously, he works out all the time. You know, there's a lot to admire about the way LeBron approaches his craft. But this Anthony Davis thing just blew up in ways that I mean, do you honestly believe that they'll trade Anthony Davis the Lakers because I don't think it'll ever happen..
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I guess a lot of the the the drunk outlaws are starting to get big hits. Yet will thank Williams. You mean? Yeah. Sure. Lefty frizzell. Yeah. They were you know, Hank Williams co-writer rose. What was his name? I forget the guy's first name not Wesley, but Wesley said. He was a ten pin alley songwriter. And they were trying to write broad hits to they. Right. They were trying to be country necessarily they were trying to be. They were all trying to be pop artist. Jimmy Rogers skull, the father of country music thing. Break man, yet he learned to play from an African American Hank Williams learned to play from an African americ- really didn't. Yeah. In fact, there's a there's a series. We did I did withdrew Christie called drawn and recorded in the great story ended about Jimmy Rogers about some missionaries going to central Africa in the twenties and taking her thirties. Maybe taking a Jimmy Rogers record. Yeah. And over time Jimmy Rogers, Scott mythologised in the kipps tribe as half man half antelope. And they have a song they called him chivvy Rocha in a house on about that. So I understand the beat started. We're talking about. But the poetry of the beat Knicks really started with. I don't know, which I I guess some people attributed to Furling Getty who Ginsberg Ginsburg. Yeah Furlan Getty. And then there was a Carro wax two hundred something choruses that that was something. But there's a rhythm to it. Lord. Buckley? Yeah. Yeah. Love buckling. Right. Yeah. But, but, but it's a familiar mode of talking, you know, when you want to convey, you know, poetic impact. That's right. And you do it throughout this record. And did is how you saw the background. Did you see because the music is not it's not obtrusive it's woven in. And it seems like this is really showcasing. What you're you're saying. Well, the music grew out of the work we were doing on tr- intruder -tective really which became very dark kind of like. And I don't mean to keep saying dark because I. I liked art. So when I say dark, I I'm not saying like, you know, I don't know if it's not danceable. I like it dark is the man's. Yeah. Exactly. The music floats. Yeah. Well, the music I think of it. It's you know, the drum was the first folk instrument. Yeah. The you know, if this was being played in this village the village over there new not to come around. I noticed that about a lot of your stuff is that, you know, you do us. We're not talking you use indigenous American drum beats that's right. A lot of times. They're they're not like the blues beats or not shuffles. They're they're they're American Indian. Yeah. That's right. That's right. But, you know, back in those days everybody listened to everybody back in the twenties Beck in the early times. There's a lot. If you listen to like, a from the Kiowa Indians were I'm from where are you from from Fort Worth Texas for worth? Yeah. So so those the Indian size would be like, hey, you know, it sound just like bluegrass. Know. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So everybody was checking out everybody. Jimmy Rogers was listening to Louis Armstrong. You know? No, I get that. But I I it's hard for me sometimes to to find the integration of American Indian into certain things until I there's a movie on called rumble a documentary about link Wray and some of the pioneers of rock, and that's good. It is. It's trippy right, man. I mean, you know, who to known that that was usually carried down genetically through actual individuals where they picked up the groove..
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I was like oh snap. We could do something for chippy. Yeah. Nobody does anything for chippy. He's unsold. Blue singer hero Bertha he'll born in Charleston, South Carolina in one thousand nine five. In nineteen o five. That's a deep time. And she was one of sixteen kids. Yes. A lot. She's one of the great singers of blues and the tradition of Bessie Smith and others, and I found out about it. Because of my obsession with Louis Armstrong and just trying to listen to everything he ever played on and usually played with people are already knew if it wasn't the hot fives. It was Ella. Fitzgerald law was Jimmy Rogers. But when I came across his cornet intro Pratt city blues. I forgot about Louis for a minute. It was like who is dead singing. It was Chipper. He'll. Oh. Regular price. On the trumpet. Oh, okay. Y'all..
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"This town a small little oboe embark on the fiftieth anniversary tour is a matter of fact, man, when they first came along in the late seventies early eighties people that all know here goes country music right in the toilet, these long haired boys from Alabama, of course, country music wasn't a big music format for bands at the time. It's always been kind of a solo performers format. Whether it be, you know, senior or Jimmy Rogers into, you know, the the George Jones Merle haggard Waylon Jennings in the willies, and it's only been in the last couple of years. Really, thanks to Alabama that the doors have been opened two more groups in country music. Let's go to dirty white boy next in Alabama, Illinois. I beg your pardon. Hello, sir. Earn the lion. Staying can lengthen buddy. Paying higher taxes just sitting still? Yeah. I got him beat though, I do I've got my land and farmland tax and build a big house here. Illinois, Illinois got a lot of major issues and analyze here. There's any answers for can only tax so much. And then people started moving out in Illinois is like last one up to turn off the lights. Yeah. Sure can't be. Your outlook for the trucking industry. Twenty nineteen. Almond industry have been. Four. I have I left tankan.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"They were in a gene autry movie were they were the band in those saloon and gene autry quit because uh because he couldn't get any of the merchandising the the of the studios of republic's two years would give him any of those around back then do so he quit and the head of the studio was they were having a casting call for the next music star in the head of the ecsc cowboy star in his studio saw roy and said what's your name and he said leonard sly and he said not anymore you know and they called him roy rogers because of will rogers and and jimmy rogers who leonard sly was actually very good roy rai jimmy rogers impersonator him while he very good singer leonard saw area and and they called him roy because the head of the studio wanted to face uh gene autry sleek voices the new king of the cowboys they face and windy dale committed the pick she came in about a few years later she was a she was a girl who was fifteen when she had her first baby in the husband left she was from rural illinois somewhere and she moved to chicago got a job insurance company started working at a cabaret she went to be a musical comedy sturlic ginger rogers and and she married a wealthy chicago guy and he told her to quit show business and she told him to go to hell and and went went out to hollywood by the time she got to hollywood her son whose fifteen she was thirty at this point so when she got an agent he said well you can't be thirty and just get to hollywood so you're twenty in now your son is your brother so for all those years she raised her son has her brother until.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest is songwriter and singer billy bragg and his latest album is a series of duets with joe henry of sense about trains caught shine a light and his new book is called routes radicals in rockers has skiffle changed the world so even though you are too young for skiffle to of do readily influence your music when you were coming of age the latest album that you have shine a light field recordings from the great american railroad future you because you and joe henry doing songs about trains and several of the songs on here are actually skiffle sounds rock island line the midnight special i mean by nissay skiffle songs i mean in in in england where they be klebanov's gif of the nausea exactly yeah yeah so but i want you to your secret yeah i want you to do a song from the album if you were for us that's probably not related t skiffle in england but i love this i love the way you do it on the album if the jimmy rogers song waiting for a train so tell us what this chung means to you and then if he would play some other for us well i love jimmy rogers only a think he's the first rule uh what we would imagine as a pop star in in american culture and to close you know he's he's not without his influence she's waiting for trying has its roots in a british music hall which is locked vaudeville song cooled standing on a platform smoke new troops ago so it's againist one of those songs that out through this experiment who was the comfort doesn't really matter in the end you know jimmy rogers was was stealing influences from all over the place you've fusion touts blue yoder's homes there for the blues blinds so in the end i think it's just it's just quite music him i i love this one because suits just a it's it's so sad the story of the of the bright man throwing off the dog to trying a new accord i was wondering my haiti's who is jimmy in the.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And his new book is called routes radicals and rockers house skiffle changed the world so even though you are too young for skiffle to have directly influenced your music when you were coming of age the latest album that you have shine a light fuel recordings from the great american railroad future you because you and joe henry doing songs about trains and several of the songs on here are actually skiffle songs rock island line the midnight special i mean when i say skiffle songs i mean in in in in linda they began leg skiffle tenaga exactly yeah so but i want you guys yo secret yeah i want you to do a song from the album if you were for us that's probably not related to skiffle in england but i love the silent love the way you do it on the album it's the jimmy rogers song waiting for a train so tell us what the song means to you and then if he would play some of it for us well i loved geroge's owing of think he's the first rule of what we would imagine as a pop star in in american culture and to coast you know he's he's not without he's influences wayne for trying has its roots in a british music hall which is locked vaudeville song cold standing on a platform smoking a cheap cigar so it's again is one of our songs that you know judicious belong to what does it cover it doesn't really matter in the end know jimmy rogers was was stealing inferences from all over the place if you listen to his blue yodel songs there for the blues blinds so in the end i think he's just h is quite music and i i love this one because it's just a it's it's so sad the story of the of the break man throwing off the dribble to train and the and the question hours one remind haiti's who is jimmy in the song because he was a break man that was his job he was on us uh the uh the railroad between a sign tony on los angeles and as a break man it was these jope to slow the train down make sure it was all the carriages were coupled together but also to throw the whole bos of the trying.
"jimmy rogers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest a songwriter and singer billy bragg and his latest album is a series of duets with joe henry of sounds about trains caught shine a light and his new book is called routes radicals and rockers has skiffle changed the world so even though you're too young for skiffle to have do directly influence your music when you were coming of age the latest album that you have shine a light fuel recordings from the great american railroad feature you because you and joe henry doing songs about trains and several of the songs on here are actually skiffle songs rock island line the midnight special i mean by an essay skiffle sang's i'm in in in in england where they be legbanon give other yeah exactly yeah yeah so but i want you to feel secret yeah i want you to do a sound from the album if you were for us that's probably not related t skiffle in england but i love this i love the way you do it on the album if the jimmy rogers song waiting for a train said tell us why this chung means to you and then if he would play some at for us why i love jimmy rogers only think he's the first rule of what we would imagine as a pop star in in american culture and of course you know he's he's not without he's influences waiting for trying has its roots in a british music hall which is locked vaudeville song cooled standing on a platform smoking too cheap cigar so it's again it's one of those songs that drew thisiis belonged to what is the comfort doesn't really matter in the end you know jimmy rogers was was stealing inferences from all over the place you've houston whose blue yoder's songs they have full of blues lines so in the end i think it's just it's just quite music um i i love this one because suits just a it's it's so sad story of the of the bright man throwing off the global to trying and the and the question hours one remind haiti's who is jimmy and song because he was a break man that was his job usefulness of the uh the railroad between a sign tony on los angeles and as a break man it was joke to slow the.