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"john hyatt" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
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"john hyatt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Writer Darin weighing in a two thousand eighteen profile of John Hyatt wrote quote more than any other song writers of his generation John hi it has chronicled the life of an everyday guy wild in his youth joyful the happiness of family and then finally settling into the wisdom of age if Bob Dylan is the poet laureate of the rock and roll era then John Hyatt is it's novelist in fact he's John Updike in lyric form over the course of John heights fifty year career he's released twenty four studio albums not including his work with little village the super group that also included rye cooter Nick Lowe and Jim Keltner his songs recorded by Bonnie Raitt thing called love Eric Clapton and BB king as well as Iggy Pop and Bob Dylan and just last week John heights new eleven albums vinyl box set only the song survives was released from new west records we talked about all of the above you know all of it we stopped by our studios luckily with his guitar how are you doing now listen I'm doing great I'll do I'll do even better if you play a song I'll play a song here we go you since the yeah six you will some of the county she this will the church you this down sure the song of the all what for some I'm one six you the you stone since the curtains one is the truth and the others on the stone now until they turn down the wall just to see you cry the this my guest is John.
"john hyatt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Since the yeah you will also of the county of she this will the church this down sure for some I'm one six you don't know this is a close one is its rules and the others stone now until they turn down the wall just to see you cry my guest is John Hyatt he has a new eleven album vinyl box set only the song survives it'll be coming out on December sixth eleven albums I don't really know what to say it's a lot of records and once you know god bless U. S. record for putting it together they told me about I didn't realize I'd made that many records this millennium but apparently I don't know what do you think about it coming out on vinyl I think it's great I listen to the online home my kids listen.
"john hyatt" Discussed on AP News
"Seventy one and singer songwriter John Hyatt songs have been recorded by Bob Dylan Bonnie Raitt Willie Nelson and Iggy Pop and height will be honored by the performing rights organization BMI next month with its troubadour ward a label he says he embraces this is a wonderful life the life of a tribute or I mean I who are the plan at the corner you know that's that's all that's all that was available to me because I love music and I love I love plan hi on Casey W. why he's sixty seven and that's our birthday round up for August twentieth I'm Bob Kessler musician Paul Simon planted a tree with environmentalists in Hawaii forest on Maui and called it all inspiring and life changing the singer song writer lives in Maui part time he visited awhile he forced restoration project with volunteers who are trying to revive the forest the Honolulu star advertiser reported Simon helped plant Allama tree and then chanted with the group after a helicopter tour he held to environmental benefit concerts at the Maui arts and cultural center earlier in the week that drew more than eight thousand people Simon says he plans to donate the money from ticket sales to the forest project a woman who thought she had a kidney stones didn't know she was actually pregnant with the triplets and till she went to the hospital code a TV in South Dakota reports the woman gave birth to the healthy triplets August tenth she says that despite having two other children she didn't know she was thirty four weeks pregnant she says that when she started having pain she thought it was from kidney stones which she has had before the triplets were born within four minutes each weighed about four pounds the babies names are blaze gypsy and Nikki changing police use of lethal force I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute California's governor signed a measure that limits police to using deadly force only when it's necessary for safety one thing to sign a piece of paper pass legislation another to change hearts and minds to change culture it follows news from New York that officer Daniel Pantaleo has been fired for using a choke hold five years ago on Eric garner who died garner's daughter I thank you all for doing the right thing actually sincerely thank you for firing the officer planned parenthood says it's bowing out of the federal family planning program rather than abide by a new trump administration rule that forbids abortion referrals a news lawsuit blames the trump administration for the suicide of a Honduran father in may he had been separated from his three year old child at the Texas border I Jackie Quinn.
"john hyatt" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted
"Version of american idle correct how did that come to be see it's just how hollywood works i guess i was doing a hidden camera show or something on nbc and their my aging called and said hey the company called reveille was wondering if you'd be interested in doing that country music show i was like oh okay literally that's how it went i do nothing about country music at the time i i was never a really big country fan i mean to me country was mellencamp john hyatt layer those kind of agree but i just i just my dad would play the urban cowboy soundtrack when are we would take family trips to a high oh i'm not kidding winds are by skaggs zia their nose now he would play that soundtrack he we would listen it was a sixhour ride to ohio one way and it's about an hour the soundtracks about an hour sodas twelve times in my family will attest to this it never stopped don't do any sunsilk kariuki vermin cabinet now an murray any time i hear on i have this stance it's you get you get violent but so i i really didn't like country music m but i got to nashville and boy you get an appreciation right away you just like oh it's much cooler than people in new york in la thank and it's a real thing and of course now it seems like hindsight 2020 oh yeah of course nationals the cool place but at the time i was doing nashville star two thousand five maybe it was it was still kind of that that land that people weren't sure of and they just you know it's like oh it's buyoya lot of people by these records but you know who are these people and and it was really fun work with some great people it was american idle for country music we had blake shelton as a judge of the coolest was bret michaels here who wasn't me here is coming from hollywood into nashville here was my first big idea so i go hey how about bret michaels from poison as a judge and everybody in nashville aided at their like what are you doing like this is a joke you don't make a mockery of it i'm like i'm not but i don't watch that you know i don't listen a country.
"john hyatt" Discussed on KOMO
"With the new details december eighteen th crashed near dupont down on i five killed three people left about one hundred others injured some critically john hyatt is a former trade engineer an accident investigates lost track of where he was thing we call situational awareness hired who works for a firm representing an amtrak employees who was injured in the crash blames the problems with training and preparation at least in part for that rack training is money in this case it looks to me like they were worried about money and time as safety was number three cnn reports on identified crew members say their training runs for the new route were performed at night some crewmembers stuffed into cars with just three seats trainees writing backwards not enough practice they say in a statement to cnn amtrak says there our highest priority is ensuring the safety of passengers and crew and they're working with the ntsb to learn from this accident and improve carleen johnson komo news the investigation into the deadly crash of a helicopter in eastern washington over the weekend continues state patrol reports one person died in the crash to others hospitalized it went down and garfield county saturday afternoon state fish and game spokesman says the department contract to their helicopter to help with mule dear surveying the ntsb and faa still at the crash scene an update on the death of a 15yearold boy into coma police have made an arrest and say the suspect visit juvenile the shooting happened just after one in the morning saturday near 51st in south oak streets police responded to a report of shots fired in a person down officers tried cpr at the scene but were unable to resuscitate the team the case has been sent to the prosecutor's office for review in the.
"john hyatt" Discussed on KOMO
"For the komal forecast good morning more sounds like a pretty nice day today you know what a great first work day of the new year we are going for a mix of sun and clouds throughout the afternoon sun's coming up at about forty five fifty minutes or so so we'll have a decent sunrise should see a mix of sun and clouds do today quiet really temperatures in the mid forty same goes for tomorrow and in clouds of taken up the chance of rain certainly returns by the end of the week excuse me it's always coldest in the northeast corner of the state around deer park six degrees there this morning thirty seven with clear skies in downtown seattle komo news time seven oh six a bit computer outage left hundreds of international travellers stranded all across the country yesterday this woman spent hours waiting to be processed at sea tac airport how will all be from us as they will have a backup plan when some to like that goes wrong a computer problem was traced to the customs and border protection agency it took two hours to bring the system back on line it took many more hours to clear out the backlog of passengers and other words was other complication at sea tac a southwest airlines flight had returned to the airport yesterday afternoon because of trouble with the front landing gear on the plane flight 54 eighty nine to baltimore landed safely back at sea tac just before five p m but it had his circle over the puget sound region for quite a wild burn off fuel passengers were put on another flight to continue their trips expect delays frustration and of well komo news time no seventh though seven ah onto another story we're learning more about last month's amtrak derailment that killed three people speed was a contributing factor but a rail accident investigators has training the track itself and amtrak's culture might have also played a role john hyatt as a former train engineer and investigates rail accidents for a law firm that had sued amtrak in the past safety culture is shot and they're poised for failures with the ntsb who these guys and other stuff well they fail could be a year before the national transportation safety board releases its findings but it has already said that an audio recording revealed the engineer realized that the train was going too fast into.
"john hyatt" Discussed on KOMO
"The 4's looks like we are clear on southbound i 5 at milepost 119 we had a disabled vehicle on the left side that very close to the situation and dupont all southbound lanes of i five are blocked near center drive due to the train derailment detour at exit one eighteen than you come to the traffic control point and continue with the detour and as a result of people not being able to head down south five southbound highway one actually 507 is quite slow even at the sour between span away and hjelm your next report at twelve fifty four jay phillips komo news we're going to start off our day somewhere around forty degrees we're going to wrap it up at around the mid 40s but of course there's more to it than that were also watching for some rain at times we have some concerns about the wind especially on the coast but even in some of our inland communities here we could have gusts up to forty five miles per hour today got a winter storm warning up in the cascades got anywhere from fourteen to twenty four inches of new snow and that's until about ten o'clock tonight so make sure you're prepared if you're out and about right they have it in the komo weather center i'm steve pool komal news one thousand fm ninety seven seven reporting the news making sense of the new the john hyatt is a railroad investigator who worked for many years as a train engineer he lives about ten minutes from the scene of the crash and he joins cnn's brooke baldwin well at the end of the day developed and the image of the become more clear it very frightening obviously so i reminded me a twenty years the goal we had this a two trains go ahead on right there and kelso washington about an hour and a half away from there and there was cards all over i 5 and and it was a disaster and it just scares me i know that there had been talk about positive train control i know you mentioned earlier and i don't know if positive train control was in effect in this particular spot and if not remind people that is far from positive trend control is cadillac it came up.
"john hyatt" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"This day discouraging but i appreciate you speaking with us and telling us about this thank you uber thank you john hyatt is a former railroad engineer based in puyallup washington that's where we reached him for years she suffered with excruciating pain today poppy ronnie dass has a new lease on life in two thousand nine the bangladeshi woman drank acid she says that her abusive husband tricked her into taking the drink but he was never charged by police she was left with burns that reached down her safa gous an into her stomach she wasn't sure that you could live a normal life then one day in two thousand sixteen she met dr tony's aung doctors on a plastic and reconstructive surgeon at toronto's university health network now msdos is ready to go home with a newly reconstructed asaf agha's we reached dr tony zong in toronto that is an added you first came to meet puppy bath our own wound property while ivory on old in king are how haricot wolfang who banquet at longon human very deputy be acted survivor foundation so we were actually touring two this hospital called the isis or viper at foundation when we came across puppy how did you find who it what condition was she in when you matter puppy was stary malnourished and out very frail when we found her so she had spent seven years as an end haitians she rarely left the hospital she had a lot of weakness and also lauded some psychological is eastwood leaving the hospital and what was the damage that the acid had done to her i said would acid does is it erodes through whatever tissues uh to touch it so you did through the entire length of her esophagus down to her stomach and involve twothirds of her stomach and as a result of this the scarring the damage was so severe shoe was never able to swallow not even her own saliva how did should come to be tricked into drinking the acid she she she described as she was actually.
"john hyatt" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Before the accident people who saw it hurtling down the track noticed it was going extremely fast and others official confirmation according to investigators with the national transportation safety board the amtrak train that derailed south of seattle yesterday was going nearly three times the speed limit one train car was left dangling off the tracks onto a busy highway other cars were strewn across the road and in the bushes three people were killed after the derailment amtrak confirmed that a kind of autopilot system for trains was not operating moments before the crash and john hyatt says that rings major alarm bells for him mr height is a former railroad engineer based in puyallup washington near where the deal rim derailment happened and that's where we reached him mr hat let you make the fact that this amtrak train was travelling nearly three times the speed limit for that stretch of track before it derailed well there are several things a good causes this is the first thing that people are gonna point out is is human air obviously uh and whether or not this engineer for some reason the experienced w we call situational awareness which means you kind of lost track of where he was at that's that's one reason that that could have caused this another one uh could be failure of the train breaks the ntsb of course will do their investigation and we'll find that out you know it's obviously it was the inaugural run of this train but um obviously the locomotive did not make that co curve and then at an eighty miles an hour it more than likely wasn't going to all right so we now the train is going too fast they also know that there was this technology and it's meant to kick in when it chain is going too fast and and it wasn't operating at the time amtrak has confirmed that do you know what that technology is that they referring to the other technologies call positive train control there are some other names ford with positive trend control is a satellitebased system that detects the speed and and the.
"john hyatt" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And brittle bones and wornout heart you'll die young and beautiful as you are now but you'll die all the same not i or form that death takes it won't be gentle that's actor mary ann rogers in a rehearsal for a show called ageless her character is the only person who refuses to take this anti aging pill so we see her character played by three different women in their twenties 50s and '70s while the rest of the characters including her mother stay the same age yeah and ageless its world premiere produced by this company from san francisco call quantum dragon theater with its roots in both sifi and fantasy the play right rigid dutta portman lives in the bay area as she says quantum dragon theme a really gave her a chance to explore a new genre for her this is her first place set in the future and you know it's classic speculative fiction and that it's really about holding up a mirror to our own society looking at our own aversion to death into dying yen ageless runs december first through the ninth at the phoenix theater in san francisco and here's a singer now i've just discovered though i'm probably late to this party mongin mind down no no sylla eight informative that's lilley hayek song trinity lane from her new album and this is very much a rock and roll album with the country twain and she's written a bunch of terrific songs for this album about what it means to be not giving in to self destructive impulses whether love or tranquil depresed on giving into those and i don't know i i hear a lot more give deserve alcohol soaked road trip around the country and she keeps mentioning these other musicians who have been down this road she names neil young david bowie and bruce springsteen i feel like she's she's playing them on her car stereo and she screaming back at though that may be i mean her own father is is a great singersongwriter john hyatt so that might be part of it high it plays sweet watering no valley on monday december fourth and then she said the independent on tuesday bo show's opening for blitz in trapper now here's a group that should need noah truck.
"john hyatt" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sagging skin and brittle bones and wornout heart you'll die young and beautiful as you are now but you'll die all the same have warned that death takes it won't be gentle that's actor mary ann rogers in a rehearsal for a show called ageless her character is the only person who refuses to take this anti aging pill so we see her character played by three different women in their twenties 50s and '70s while the rest of the characters including her mother stay the same age yeah and ageless its world premiere produced by this company from san francisco call quantum dragon theater with its roots in both sifi and fantasy the play right bridget dutta portman lives in the bay area as she says quantum dragon theme a really gave her a chance to explore a new genre for her this is her first place set in the future and you know it's classic speculative fiction and that it's really about holding up a mirror to our own society looking at our own aversion to death into dying yen ageless runs december first through the ninth at the phoenix theater in san francisco and here's a singer now i've just discovered though i'm probably later this morning at nine down so why ain't gonna that's lilley hired song trinity lane from her new album and this is very much a rock and roll album with the country twang and she's written a bunch of terrific songs for this album about what it means to be not giving in to self destructive impulses whether lover drinker depraved on giving into those and i i hear a lot more give deserve alcohol soaked road trip around the country and she keeps mentioning these other musicians who have been down this road she names neil young david bowie and bruce springsteen i feel like she's she's playing them on her car stereo and she screaming back at that may be i mean her own is is a great singersongwriter john hyatt so that might be part of it lillee high it plays sweet watering no valley on monday december fourth and then she said the independent on tuesday bo show's opening for blitz in trapper now here's a group that should need noah truck.
"john hyatt" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Book release of uh the book of the life sometimes the kinky friedman how did you go into a diabetic coma had i'm or you're still there here is just thinking about the time i went and saw john hyatt doing a coup stick set at mckay bse probably circa 1984 he's nothing like that mccabe says a cool little guy harsh shop and you can get up close and personal with the with the talent there it's really it's really cool little place it's been there for a million years and it's just a great little intimate venue to see someone like kinky freeman k what is yes when when peres peres two during pounds rams van and uh god clark both of them have been bugle to jesus since that owns was featured in one of the last episodes that dick kinky was in its i'll tell you the thing that you you you struck me most when i was watching all these stories waylon jennings all these kinds of things 'cause i gotta go i live in hollywood so i gotta get lectured all day about white privilege and then you raj these stories like sheep picked cotton like the white tammy wynette or whoever sex you just pick cotton and then they lived on ah they lived in a in a out house with no floor they lived there for seven years and chief still pick cotton and then they would go off but she could only afford one shoe fit it was like everything was just insane poverty mixed with substance abuse mixed with more poverty this is all white people this you forget there's poor white people in this.
"john hyatt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of things that are in most local races the of voters tend to care about three things it's taxes taxes and taxes which she was able to do was introduce uh another issue which was corruption and there had been indictments of local officials and of course the senate majority leader dean skele's was from long island uh uh long island republican th that was one of the factors the other which it has much more national implications beyond the suburbs is the trump affect it's it's very clear that there were cadre of a democrats independence even what we sometimes call soft republicans who were enraged either at the election of donald trump war uh became really dismayed and the democrats were able to translate you know enraged to engaged and the combination of the local and national headwinds was too much for what was an otherwise pretty strong republican candidate what's similarities do you see between this election cycle and the republicans surged back in two thousand nine two thousand ten are we seeing the political pendulum swinging well that's a great question i mean it gets you into that uh at notion which maybe just an academic discussion which is uh is it the pendulum or is it the trajectory in other words are we in a cycle were things go back and forth and we'll do that for the foreseeable future war has there been a trajectory particularly in these swings suburban areas that is heading it extra ably in one direction with occasional time outs uh i think what we're seeing is not the pendulum but for the last eight years was the time out and now we're seeing a resumption of the trajectory in suburban areas and what i mean by that is the big growth in population are among people of color blacks latinos east asian south asians and they for various reasons are voting democratic andy if the population begins to shift uh uh to the point where a majority of the voters are democratic that's going to change the dynamics of of local elections and it's happening as well around the country and then turned changes what can happen in national elections larry levy the executive dean of the national center for suburban studies at hospital university baghdad thank you for having me wnyc is supported by metropolitan entertainment presenting singersongwriter's lau love it and john hyatt in an acoustic evening at the beacon theater on this sunday night november twelve lyle lovett and john high at tickets are available at ticketmaster this is wnyc 939 fm and am 820 npr news and.
"john hyatt" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"A spot at a crossroads and it it really impacts the movie is such an amazing way so visually no matter what i personally felt about the vaccine great played looks good it doesn't matter it's really what it does for the film athletic directors' surely of a it's a character the films call cowboy drifter chose tomorrow at the scripture 30th is growing third users evert design track will be there michael will be there be a qna it is the other crew or any but he has come out uh we'll have some crew there you'll get your members we're coming up on a couple of reactors will be there okay the callenges shooting into mexico the challenge will for me as a television director of the challenge always of bike my other indy film was the same way is the crews that i'm used to are all they do it every day there are high we pay their you know so it's a different approach to flown at at two year they're not as experienced as argues through but the enthusiasm and love for filmmaking is fantastic and that djibouti mexico absolutely will add wanted to find a good chinese restaurants oh yeah you're a out to have that flown in gateway pundit sushi place in albuquerque's frankly if yet chinese you may have within the budget to have your old chef coming out from do that all it on an indy busted i think that would be within the budget right five except for the director let me just said how much the music adds to it as well we talked about the scenery and the setting we've got the revival of this on soundtrack this bell fellas got john hyatt we've got capiaux we've got lighter of we've got i'll repeat we've got a just a shaky graves isn't it credible incredible soundtrack less to have some of these people i discovered figgy great read the lead that guy is really my leave if the until i goal with vote roll the bones but only gold is in the film oh yeah one of our music producers settling music supervisor sent me a song from shaky i'd like to have been quite fit and i looked him up on youtube and i found role the bones i said made song we got kind of pounding the hills in the movie out of the.
"john hyatt" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Well year did you can find what year purple rain came out and then we'll find out like bring the family or something some some riding with the king or something like that but i'll play as long as you all play a song from john high from nineteen eighty five or 1980 six her bedroom june of twenty forums are living us were see when uh bring bring the family or or ryan with king came out all play a song that sounds like it came from the o of eighty seven premium right on will get us on that boat i'll play a song sin but what's the uh uh who the bearded guys play the banjos or whatever the mahendra spared the you're not gonna know knicks gonna knicks gonna now the via bro darren red it'll sound like a song that came out two months ago because that's the music scan of popular now but all right now as far as well we'll come up the second mumford in mud mumford said i'll play song from john hyatt from the same year that purple rain came out the sound like a mumford sun saw and i knew that when i was when i was there when you're in the middle of it i knew that that was a stupid hairdo and into that song suck courtesies to two when i read ticks when i lived in it here he says lipstick sunset i sons sme cross use as a few hanging in london and can can i got as a young 200 songs who live is that i didn't like the song that appreciate it now.
"john hyatt" Discussed on WJDX
"Think it might be a plot is metal really show i'll do young pacu white people out there who all or so infatuated with mma i guess there's more than eur young tattooed white people or it wonder sold for four billion it it'll really showed up at a high level i don't care how what age loyd air i don't even know affairs and over and under on how many whether or not mcgregor will land of on our let alone foward pine so it'll be fun for me to watch divide bob what we've been the most outspoken boxing guy in a lot of it prominent she can happen five of why they may so it'll be fined for me watch smear gases we're all pausing looking at each other how many how many one other thing on this how many times have i walked out of a floyd fight with un looney and our buddy john hyatt going while a more disappointed with floyd after the fight then before here's why i the old whenever we go to a floyd fighting after eight rounds ease up eight nothing always up seven one f ted ramsey's up nine one or is up eight two two n he never goes out of his way to knockout in inferior opponent or entertain us so he doesn't like multiple combinations he doesn't like t ko's he doesn't like flat out knockouts this is a fight where he must knockout mcgregor if he doesn't knockout mcgregor it will have a negative effect on loyd's legacy can you imagine if lloyd's in this fight would mcgregor and it's a 610 the seventh round and he's up six or seven rounds to nothing any he won't put mcgregor away could that actually happen well i think the good news on this one and yeah well i agree with everything that you know it mike's revile we qualify loyd is in in quantum if i had feared wanted a great defence of fighters i don't think loyd would have ever beaten any of the welterweight you know back in the eighty in guys like ran in and leonard and and hagler and value and that kind of thing you know we let alone sugar ray robinson forget about it i i agree with you but i think.