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"joe nick petoskey" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Help the the the first back violence gave it a lot for five years but anyway so this will quit first paragraph this Mike Walks Interviewing Laura Niro mountains of six million maker and only paragraphs walking back down the icy pass just full midnight crunching frozen lumps underfoot. I felt warm with realization. Not only had. She could stake some plate me but she kissed me gently goodbye. If not bad going for reporter and woman who'd been reclusive for three years which is a slice thises thoughts musings nutshell really fabulous interview. Well I mean I I never read this at the time mainly being an enemy reader at that point but I think melody make incredible rights. Michael Watts was probably one of one of the best but Michael Walks goes goes into goes up to Connecticut to interview Laura. I'm a huge narrow fan and it was sort of missing piece of the Jake's who filmmakers hunt this album small has just come out and it's just a great mark watts. Pc first off. He goes to see Sid Bernstein. The legendary said Bernstein. Who put on you mentioned you put on my show at Shea Stadium. And and he essentially has been responsible ringing. Laura back from from sort of of wilderness really. But it's just lovely pace a great album and she says some interesting things in it. She looks back on the era when David Geffen was managing her well. Well I think as I was very very young female. It was always a situation of young female commodity being handled by shook. Daddy announce a loft is. I would never allow that anymore. And she mentions the fact that as she's working as she was recording small her her mother died at the age of forty nine so her grief kind of inhabit. This record I think it's a pretty great record. I think all the records that narrow made in the NFL GonNa take a miracle. Been the previous right. Which was a very beats celebration of street-corner deal go groups. Install a narrow fun. I know best. But you may recall Bob Stripes and I think had two hits was nor Niro absolutely she do this. They're unique those all those she's got her own melodic style and harmonic thing and everything. I know you're something joanie fun of I think it's noticeable via the narrow is one of the only female singer songwriters from the sixties. Giannini will acknowledge as as an equal if not even an influence. You know she does she you know she gives she gives she pays place. She respects to lure. I love that this is a long a long kind of profile wasn't rich Williams. And you myself as a heightened also Kurt Mayfield not together by the window obstinate each other then literally we were in the Commonwealth together in the Commonwealth Institute of all places because I remember it. Vividly is this glass cases. From shrunken heads and things like that. Because you know master Henry Gibson with bongos. I just loved it. Richard Williams loved it to even thought Cousteau of the place of hopelessness on his wallet. Young musicians obscene joy themselves. In dense churning versions of three Psalms Mayfield score for lunch to blaxploitation movies super fight and unlinked themes lyricist magic treatment of the previous year's move on up itching draw. What from Henry Gibson? A relaxed reading reading of. Give me your love. Provided the vehicle for Leaders Unique Gospel. Infant Style Thumb Picking Lead Guitar. I was like Richard Williams is rising. He's terrific and also I personally like a lot of what he writes about because we both obsessed with African American music rich who go 'cause Mayfield. On the old grey whistle presenter events. You never thought I was lying. And of course my generation light because each champion Roxy Music absolute run and vote assign them to them whereas palace full. They will colden yes. That's really probably almost. He been sportswriter among the gardens. Chief sports big on on Formula One. She now despises yes. But he's very derisive. Infant gentleman earlier Bernard Sumner from new order a few by push on about the Hacienda. This is the ten. Th Year of is nice nine to the tenth anniversary celebration and says it costs time as well as money. I sometimes think if I could turn back with clock I wouldn't do it again and I just read the other day. That pattern has ended lost by eighteen million pounds over entire life. He knows and that was New Orleans. Money was it was finance. They can be beat book a little bit a little bit and they need to sell the building. Let Us Watch Palmas new building so I didn't know you know well sold applause line but yeah it was. I mean it was an amazing thing to do. I mean earlier. Couple of times is an abandoned late. Aitchison on management was over associated with it some extent. A hasty who six place sound when we play the coup sticks were but it was home. Very hard calvin sounding room. That's I think if you're going to do something like that wishes to some extent mutual battery based Paradise Garage. The idea of you get it sounding and they really did. I mean very handsome. The extent designing yes but in Kelly the opening night very opening night when es g play on. Yes or no yes. Jane was the proverbial coachload of London. Journalists think bus stop there and other much more staggering back into the door of Paddington the next morning unless the sun price it's actually a live review of Prince Melody. Making five but track. Akon comes onto does a couple of tunes and he said I've always had a secret thing about Chaka. Khan I think it's tough physical abundance like a walking harvest of the fruits of the Earth when she says I'm every woman she means it. They're trying to get out of your terrific have been rising off and how about you. But it goes well. I think it's probably time to ramp up. Solid just briefly mentioned a couple of pieces that are caught. My won an interview with Stevo literally two weeks after nine eleven where still is talking about how the powers immediately kicking in and and the Bush administration is taking full advantage to lock up the boundaries. And everything you know. It's it's an understands you're not gonNA have a great Marvin Gaye for delaroche emerges time machine about moving just going completely insane in London in one thousand nine hundred eighty one and sort of like running around a hotel naked completely errands. Moines g remember this performed in London goes to Austin Stanton and yeah didn't cocaine had an indication that the drug Andy weatherall referred to also crops up the way just to give a different perspective who says career used to do the crossword puzzle to Dr Bits. I mean I remember very bright sometimes twice also cite the enemy and then we'd see him walking across the ask you what's going on in them without bunch of losers asthma always like his thing he still writes. Let's I mean he's he's an octogenarian while still not he's one of those people again he knew everything about the fifties Hannity show pop quiz team. Somebody else by the way a lot Seymour. Stein briefly signed to sire are up nightlife an American science and he really is basically nine hundred fifty. S Music publisher. Let's talk about all these labels. Okay sunrises and stuff. He took us out. You know clubbing. In New York at Christie's Lynn was a good for various. Things I call didn't chase you. Rome's he's office or anything no because it was the story he used to chase. Dd reminds office. Yes wow sign Madonna really. You don't really have too much else. But because he he went way back. I will have a relational yet. I A compilation with flaming. Griffey's don't very very long pace. Quick vote is a wonderful profile of Willie Nelson's drama pulling all is fantastic. Excellent Joe Nick. Petoskey comes is for the Oxford. American magazine is this a Harrowing Story of this. Guy's been Willey's POW. I'm kind of backup match for so many is carried guns on behalf of me and And and it turns out that he really is. He's just he's he's like Kinda Cross between Hunter S. Thompson and Jim. Marshall I mean he's he's always lot he's always carry hiring paces and he's always ready to leap into action and they claimed Williams Mallard who knew extraordinary current disparaging about his drumming. But when I.
"joe nick petoskey" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"Radio welcome to the kitchen. Sisters present six where the kitchen sisters Dave Nelson N. Nikki Silva fans of masterpiece on PBS. To Catch Sandton a bold and lavish adaptation of Jane Final and unfinished novel Airing Sundays nine. Eight central from January twelfth through February twenty third. Be sure to check out the masterpiece studio podcast which will feature exclusive interviews with with the Sandton cast. That's PS dot org slash masterpiece studio or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode of the kitchen and sisters present is part of a special Radio Topa wide project welcoming the next radio topiary show into the family. It's called over the road and it tells the story of American long haul truckers a changing industry and the culture of daily life on the road in celebration of over the road. The kitchen sisters are hitting the road revisiting. Some of our favorite hidden kitchens Texas pitstops first step a truck stop at Carl's Corner Texas on I thirty five five between Dallas and Austin where Willie Nelson introduced bio Willie in two thousand four willies friend. Carl Cornelius founded Carl's corner in in Nineteen eighty-four in order to sell liquor in a mostly dry county. He opened up a truck. Stop at truckers haven and tourist attraction with hot tubs and dancing girls and in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. Willie held his legendary fourth of July. Picnic Carl's corner but a few years later following a fire in some major setbacks. Ed Baxter the place fell on hard times. That's where our story begins. The kitchen sisters present deep fried fuel a biodiesel kitchen envision Carl Carl's corner truckstop. Carl Texas that's just a little truck. Stop doing out of Dallas received out of a green and this used to have a swimming pool right in the middle of it hot bone stage head. Girls stand on a hidden. Google peanut butter. There was a good time here. Rick would you put on number two there for me. This is a record. They wrote about with a dreamer number. took a Ako Willie Nelson call me one time. Said what are you doing and I said Willie shutting down what. I'm all set the truckstop. Now he's a will. Carleton shut it down. Shut the DADGUM thing. The next morning mingay comes it. Don't shut it down. And he said Carl you WANNA put one of your lanes in out. There is bound as I said. What do you believe in the damn stuff Willie Nelson also? Let's do the whole thing. I'll be made of Casper Bain or peanut Alvin cholesterol. Anything like that. Sunflower seeds mustard seed when he said that California right. Now Yeah also it can be made out of the grease traffic restaurant. Willie's wife Anne. Put The bug in his head a few years ago when she saw bio-diesel. The articles on Maui Willie's touring bus runs on vegetable oil and bio Willie now. My name is Joe Nick Petoskey. I've been writing about about Texans for about thirty five years. biodiesel is You'll that made out of stuff you can grow and vegetable oil kitchen race. Everybody uses a lot of grace. The whole concept would read off diesel back in the early days was the one that perfected to diesel engine and it ran off of peanut battle and then the big boys come along and all that but they like it so it took over where Rudolph left. I'll just touching union finger. Naxi tasted mazy. Run an eighteen wheeler on it. Do we take soybean oil that comes out of mailing the Midwest and then we refine it. I'm Peter Bell with distribution of founder of the Bio Willie Brand in Dallas. Texas calls is really the place where it started and we were the first place anywhere in the country selling be twenty two truck which is twenty percent bodies eighty percent. These feel we might no longer be known. As Tech Stephen Texas Blah Olga bill diesel smoke incurs. No Job de.
"joe nick petoskey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty thirty. Wrap up. Those addition of this week in Texas talking to one of the most acclaimed writers in Texas was out with his tenth book. Now, the latest from Joe Nick Petoskey is called Austin to AT X, the hippies pickers, slackers and geeks, who transformed the capital of Texas, TSN's, Chris summer had a chance to talk to Petoskey and asked if there was one event truly shaped the evolution of the Texas, capital city. To me, it sounds like out west and I happen to know that the people that started it, I need them when they were starting it simple idea of, like, how do we get our foot during the music? Visit south wet started growing people from not yet. Ecstasy. I'd states it became global international. Then then for two weeks, the world comes Dawson. They discovered the world. I mean the world's discovered Austin for south by south west. They discovered things like breakfast tacos and how cool it is the barbecue. But they're basically bringing ideas. So technology film and music the world is coming to often. And they know that Austin, I would argue primarily from south by south west. Of course, the world knows often as cultural center for a lot of different reasons. Do you have one favorite story about the old Armadillo world headquarters? You know, I got my music education, what reading I was really lucky Dawson. Seventy three was and I look back on you about the Armadillo. I remember I type in Fort Worth. I, I drove down at sea, while the cool bands like having be part and the blind burrito. Brothers were bypassing Texas except where they were playing this place at all. I wanna see what I'm about so getting no, those people. But just getting to hear all kinds of ways again. I mean it's it's it runs. The gamut I can't even begin to say any one particular acted. I got educated at the Armadillo in so many different ways. But I'll tell you early on. I discovered the Armadillo beer, guard, and I remember sitting out in the beer, garden listening to music and inside with the guy who Fort Worth. I'm you about two guys dealt mcclinton in Glen Clark at a duo, and they were playing the Armadillo, and we sat outside do we want to pay the two dollars? Coverage charge. Yeah. We got music out here. Let's just by another pitcher of beer, and that, and I get I'd also argue that third night that rich spring came to Austin to play the Armadillo. I two nights, where it was a great cultural class, because alley crow department valley boys ever, west you swing band open and really intimidated response. They got he has such a good time that the ELD over for a third night mission charged with ninety nine cents. And that was a really good show for adult. Joe Nick metavsky in his latest book is Austin to AT.
"joe nick petoskey" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
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Sisters to get up to eighty dollars off. That's basically getting dinner on the table for less than nine dollars a serving for your first four weeks. Visit sun basket dot com slash kitchen. Sisters to get up to eighty dollars off today. People's I want you to sell it back relaxed jet for awhile. Ladies and gentleman. This program is coming to you live. Right out of the body. Got a very special thing here today on the kitchen sisters presented. We're talking about barbecue. This is the legendary Texas pit master step Stubblefield from his blues cookbook cassette. You know, they tell me that Columbus discovered America. Now, you're going to get an opportunity to make this stuff. And you ain't gonna happen. The ocean across ladies and gentlemen, quitting to term and who worked for stub in Austin in the nineteen eighties. When stub I started marketing his barbecue sauce out of his kitchen. He take Jack Daniels bottles steam off the label and put his own on it along with your bottle of sauce. He'd sometimes get a cassette copy of stubs audio cookbook featuring step backed up by the legendary Jesse Taylor on guitar. Program is finished. You too can say I am a cook. We went to dancing. Remember what we tell you? We're going to go without a numbers. We don't bear with full reloads sausage when maybe are in Texas gathering stories for hidden kitchen series. It didn't take long for just about every story to come back around to barbecue burger. Here's some perspective from one of our favorite, Texas writers, Joe, Nick Petoskey. My name is Joe Nick Petoskey in. I've been writing about Texas for the last thirty five years the way we cook goes back to this idea of digging a hole in the Graham, which is really our connection to the agents are Texas kitchens are not so much hidden, but out in the open that usually means a picnic table, and at the very least a cut in half forty gallon barrel, maybe on stilts, maybe not even digging holes and ground. That's something to all the heritage ethnic groups of Texas Mexican American African American and Anglo American shared that train of doing that. When they cook their mate, we do it outdoors mainly because the heat. Band. I'll done loan and save my so get that by U N eat my pill. Come back home pain bay. When we have how we we get silly shoulder. Make bid pan. Whoa. Mom ain't antiques. After the civil war. There were slaves picking cotton anymore. This army of cotton pickers would descend on Texas as many as four hundred thousand hot and pickers would move in a swarm starting in the lower Rio Grande valley and moving north as the cotton ripened mostly from Mexico. Lot of them lack during the depression, some of them poor whites Oki's as they call them when they got to German towns like Lockhart and Algan the number of cotton pickers was equal to the population of the entire town. They weren't welcome in restaurants. So where were they going to eat and in the German towns, they went to the meat market, while the cotton pickers walking into German meat markets, all the smoke meat and said, hey barbecue, and they supplemented that meal with crackers pickles. Onions, they'd go sit on the. Steps. Eat the stuff on the spot. They don't put it on a plate and give you a fork just put it on a piece of paper, and we think of this as some kind of German tradition, but the truth is without the cotton pickers. There wouldn't have ever been the demand for this mass production of smoke me. I'm rob Walsh food critic for the Houston press. And I write cookbooks about Texas. I was chocking down the street number one day one of my. My God like who decides speak? So I opened the door down in then a look across the car and saw the bad is bad. I ever say stop the price which about barbecue and music, you knew if he wanted to hang out while you're kinda people you got stub Chia bunch of picker jets. You know, it's like camel till watering hole and eat love mutations lose a kind of an archangel. I think what he was. That's what he was never been the same. And I'll never forget the man, and I'll never forget the name. It was the.
"joe nick petoskey" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"Coming up the first building where everybody meets is the dance hall in its us. Not just for dances, grab your partner and dose e though actually it'll be the Texas two step. But what I though let's do the numbers. Down dust rose up eighty one points, Friday three tenths percent. Twenty six thousand five four three NASDAQ gained twenty seven points also three tenths percent. Eighty one forty six the S and P five hundred found itself. Thirteen points to the good four tenths percent. Twenty nine thirty nine there for the week, the Dow unchanged. The NASDAQ up one point eight percent, the S P five hundred up one point two percent. Ford Motor revved up. Ten point seven percent today after turning firstborn results than investors like big drop for intelligent maker to eight point nine percent today. Target down five and a half percent. Five point six percent, actually, WalMart down one point nine percent after Amazon Scott dung was telling us said it's gonna make one day shipping. 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It's all caps with an exclamation point. Of course before she dropped it at midnight. She dropped a ton of hints on social media and worked some of her fans into breathless states of anticipation, it is state of the art music marketing as marketplace's Marielle Sagarra reports for the YouTube era, I happen to be awake at midnight. So I tuned into the world premiere of Taylor SWIFT's new music video and my was it spectacular. It was like curing inside the mind of a unicorn there were rainbows hidden butterflies hearts. When was the last time you watched a pop single premier live. Maybe it was the nineties or two thousands. Ray Romano remembers those days, he's the music director at an all weekly called creative loafing Tampa. And he used to rush home from school to watch artists drop their new singles and videos on MTV. To my friends or not I was watching and saying Britney Spears amend. It was all about who was going to be on the show waving at the window. In other words, it was appointment television. And that's exactly what Taylor swift achieved with the premiere of her new song on YouTube. She built up to it. With a countdown clock and hints on Instagram. Jeff RAB Han is a music business professor at NYU, and he says swift cut through the clutter that is social media. You're creating an event you're creating galvanizing event where you know, your entire fan base can all sort of, you know, be there together swift used a feature that YouTube launched last year called YouTube premiers Arianna Guerande used at for her video. Thank you next. Last fall. Youtube says almost a million fans tuned in her video now has more than three hundred sixty million views since midnight Taylor SWIFT's has racked up almost thirty million. I'm maryelle Sagarra for marketplace. There's an architectural preservation thing going on out in some parts of rural Texas people are trying to save historic dancehalls built usually around the turn of the last century immigrant German-Czech farming communities used him. They're kind of barn-like these buildings are they were used for dances or parties or just a hash out community business sometimes but with changing traditions and musical tastes as well. Saving. Those buildings is an uphill economic fight from the marketplace hub at Houston public media. Travis Bennett has that story. This is the kind of music you might have heard at a dance hall in the early nineteen hundreds is recorded in nineteen twenty nine by Texas. Check orchestra botch of Cesca. Cappella historian in Texas music expert, Joe Nick, Petoskey says dancehalls weren't just for music. They also like a town square. The first building where everybody meets is the dance hall in its us. Not just for dances. That's used for social functions. It's when the community mates and wants to discuss affairs. They all meet at the dance hall through the years, traditional waltzes and pocus morph into western swing and country music. And eventually the dance a choice became the boot scoot in Texas two step.
"joe nick petoskey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"For your. When things go from spooky intriguing to think to scientific, but our souls are quantum packets of information would attach to our biological host in animated. It all starts to make sense. So we move all the paranormal and supernatural aspects of all of this ground zero with CLYDE Lewis, and we can surmise the packets of quantum data around us all the time around zero weeknights on NewsRadio KLBJ. I'll look it Austin's on time traffic, we definitely have congestion continuing to build, but we also have a reported rock on thirty five northbound service road up farmer a collision at balchunas drive and thirty fifth street and reckon liquid spill fourteen thirty one at lumens Ford road. I'm Molin debris with on time. Traffic. Jeff Ward Ed Clemens trying to make my head explode after noons on K J. They are insane. Five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter had Jeff eggshell. Coming up a little later this afternoon show five thirty we're going to visit with my friend Austin author Joe Nick battalion, former Texas monthly writer who has a new book that will be out next week. Austin two eighty x the hippies pickers slackers and geeks who transferred the capital of Texas. That's coming up around five thirty my friend. Joe Nick, Petoskey, my son. Ben will join me after six o'clock to talk about the day in sports for the lawsuit. You're flying in New Orleans to Roger Goodell to play that game. Again. It's never going to happen. It reminds me of trading places and movie Auburn those machines opened them up. It's never gonna happen. Also, Ben and are gonna talk about after six o'clock. It's hall of fame day for major league baseball. Will this be the day that Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds finally make it into the baseball hall of fame because it's the day. I've got an I'm getting to know from Johnny the producer. I think they will. We'll talk about that coming up after six o'clock. But right now, we're discussing this new legislation in Tennessee. As one of one of pick your brain on this. It's address code at Tennessee schools from elementary to high school. Let's address code not for the not for the students. But for the parents, evidently in parts of Tennessee. There is trouble where parents come to school to see their children to go to conferences, and they're dressed in a suggestive manner there dressed like gangs, or they look awful. This is a totally new twist on going to school because of the dress codes. We hear about all the time just for the students. But in Tennessee, they want to do something with the parents and visitors who go to the school. Also university of Texas says they will act new regulations as the spring semester gets underway at UT among those riding speeds will be limited to no higher than eight miles an hour on campus. A pilot project will create ten designated scooter parking zones on campus and more will be considered after the project launches. A new ticketing process will be installed to ensure scooter safety in faculty and staff will be prohibited from work related use of commercial scooters also effective immediately on the UT campus scooters will only be allowed to be parked at bike racks UT will begin impounding scooters that are left anywhere else. The charge. The company is a hundred and fifty bucks to impound. Oh,.
"joe nick petoskey" Discussed on Assassinations
"Tears roll down, you'll Lundas cheeks. She was reliving the most desperate moments of her life in a packed court. Room full of people at one point in the nine hour standoff sergeant Larry Yung had stepped out and handed the phone to another negotiator for a full thirty minutes. You'll Launda cried and wailed wears Larry wears Larry Larry at first it was heart wrenching after five minutes. It was irritating. And after the twenty minute, Mark. It was darkly funny. The next morning people outside the courthouse were selling t shirts and buttons. That said, where's Larry Justice sheet feared you'll Launda had lost her dignity should become a laughing stock? October twenty third nineteen ninety-five three fifty five PM after two weeks of testimony and only two hours of deliberation. The jury reached a verdict Yolanda Saldivar was found guilty of first degree murder. She was sentenced to life in prison Yulong collapsed into tears. She quietly told the lawyer next to her that she should have just killed herself. Yulon does parents were sitting in the row right behind her before the bailiff led her off? She reached over the rail and hugged them goodbye. Thousands of fans and reporters were gathered outside the courthouse. Some of them saying dance to Selena's music. Some of them waved banners that said hang the witch or kill you'll Onda the prosecutor Carlos Valdez and you'll lawn does lawyer Doug tinker both came out to greet the crowd and sign autographs. Everybody loved them Valdez for winning his case tinker for losing his the crowd cheered in Yulon does face as she made her way out to the police car. This is the last thing she would ever see outside the prisons walls, thousands of people screaming her name not out of love but out of hatred. She was thirty five years old she'd be spending the rest of her life behind bars thinking about what she'd done to Selena to herself to all the people of Texas. As the police car drove away, she took one last look out the window at the frenzied mess. She had created it didn't have to be like this. If she hadn't fired the gun if Selena hadn't confronted her if she hadn't stolen the money, if she hadn't started the fan club in the first place, it all could have been so much different. Coming up. We'll look at what the world might have been like if you'll Lund us Saldivar hadn't killed Selena. Now back to the story. One death can change the world. What might have happened if Selena Kinton NIA hadn't been killed on March thirty first nineteen ninety-five. Let's look at another scenario one where so lean assassination had been prevented. On the morning of March thirty first Selena visits Yolanda Saldivar at the days inn, motel Yulon two hands over the missing Bank documents and Selena makes it to the studio for her ten AM recording session Yulon goes home to San Antonio returns for gun and settles down into another nursing job. The crisis is averted by that summer, Selena finishes recording her fifth album. Dreaming of you without a hitch? The record was poised to be her crossover into the English language. Pop market only four of its planned fourteen tracks had been recorded before she died. So instead the record was patched together into a tribute album of new songs old hits and remixes. If she'd lived to see it through it could have been her best album yet without the media buzz surrounding Selena's death. Dreaming of you may not have rocketed to the top of the billboard two hundred overnight. It may not have become the best selling Latin album of all time. But the music itself might have been enough to make Selena a household name, not as a murdered martyr. But as a breakout performer Selena was at the top of her game in nineteen ninety-five. According to music journalist, Joe, Nick Petoskey. Had she lived. She would have had a far larger career an impact beyond being the Queen of Tejano easily on a level of Madonna. Jennifer Lopez glorious Stefan or Gloria trevy probably bigger she was credited with taking Tejano music to new heights melding genres together into her own unique style if she had lived to keep innovating. She wouldn't have dominated the charts for months, she could have dominated them for years. Securing Latin music place in the mainstream pop world in nineteen ninety four Selena had won a Grammy for best Mexican American album in nineteen ninety six she could have been nominated for the much wider category of best pop album alongside Joni Mitchell, Mariah Carey and Madonna the barriers Selena broke health other Latina stars like Jennifer Lopez and she Kira. Break into the mainstream. In fact, being cast in nineteen Ninety-seven movie about Selena's life was what launched Jlo's career that affect could have been amplified. If Selena were there to help pull other artists up alongside her the so called Latin invasion of the late nineties and early two thousands would have been an even stronger force with an international star like Selena heading it up by two thousand one Selena would have been thirty. She'd always said she wanted to be a mother. So she might have taken a break from touring to spend some time at home and start a family or she might have kept working bringing her kids along on the tour bus the same as her family had done when she was a child. There's no way of knowing what her life and career may have looked like if it hadn't been cut so short, but she may have followed the path of other nineties pop icons, like Christina Aguilera. And. Gwen Stafani like those other stars as Selena reached her late, thirties and forties. She might have crossed over into acting announced a residency in Las Vegas or become a judge on a reality competition show today. So Lena would be forty seven years old, although her popularity might have faded over the years. She'd still be respected as a cultural icon, even before nineteen ninety-five. She proven that being a female Mexican American artists wouldn't stop her from reaching widespread appeal. How different is the world at large because of Selena we point to record sales chart positions and award wins as indicators of success, but the cultural impact of music can't be measured in numbers. When Selina died in nineteen ninety-five, she became an icon of both youth and mortality boundless potential and unfair circumstances. She was evidence that no goal was impossible and a heroin reminder that violence can affect anyone if she had lived her legacy wouldn't be tinged with that tragedy today. She would still be standing as a role model to Latina girls. Living proof that they can forge their own way in the world without neglecting, either the Latin or the American side of their heritage how many more lives would she have touched. What would they have gone on to achieve? Because of her because of you'll Onda Saldivar. We'll never know for sure whatever motivated Yulon does actions be it revenge. Hatred love or shame. She only succeeded in ending promising young life and ruining her own life in the process, you'll Onda is up for parole in two thousand twenty five when she'll be sixty five years old. She believed the world would never forgive her for what she'd done, and she may have been right. The parole board may not decide to give her a second chance if she does walk free. She'll have the last years of her life to make amends with the keen to NIA family, but to history, she'll always be remembered as an assassin. Thanks