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"johnny moore" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Lid. And that's the concert where he was scared. He didn't think there was enough air left, so he began rocking the coffin. And then he rocked it hard enough so that it fell off the stand. And when it fell off the stand, the lid popped open and he rolled out into the audience. And in any way, he thought that Charlie did it purposely, and that was a big deal. But Charlie hadn't. But in any event, they survived that session and they did their first that concert series. They did the first recording session in March of 59. And that was under the direction of lieber and stoller. And they did a number of things. Hey, senor Rita, you know, there's a thing that had been the flip side of earth angel and a Baltimore and but one of them was there goes my baby, including with strings, first record to do that, they say, in any event, many king says he was trying without success to sound like Sam Cooke. However, his voice wasn't Sam's, but it was pretty distinctive and the resulting production was good enough that, of course, there goes my baby did very well. And then so did everything everything else. Now, just like Clyde winds up leaving, well, so does Benny king. Now, in this case, again, remember Atlantic didn't really like groups, no matter what they said. They liked soloist and so Benny king was made a soloist. And lover Patterson was his manager back from the days of the 5 crowns. And so they did some sessions that were not memorable. As far as, as far as that, that goes. And so it was, I believe, the last rifter session was May of 60 and that was with Benny king, I should say. Save the last stands for me and I count the tears and some good stuff. And, you know, that was that was a big record. And at that point, when save a list stands for me really takes off, the rumor was that Sydney from king was negotiating with the drifters, the drifters without Benny king, to in fact record. That didn't come to pass. Meanwhile, Clyde mcfee has his own review and many king, of course, goes off to a big solo career as you know. And meanwhile, the drifters continue. Now we've got Rudy Lewis and Charlie Thomas and sweets for my sweet and please stay some kind of wonderful. There was some really good records in that. And so the really, but the next next incarnation of the drifter, same guys, but was when they really got in with the brill building sound and started with like up on the roof and on Broadway and all that kind of stuff. And there were there were a lot of member changes people coming people going and Johnny Moore had come back. He'd left when he was in the service and he'd come back. And of course, that was the group. Now, because there were so many different rifters, at one point, there were a ton of different drifters groups touring. In terms of who was who was hard to hard to keep track. But Bill pinckney had formed the original drifters back in 1958 when George treadwell disbanded the first group, he continued leading them right up until he died because he had concerts right before he died. So that was like 2007. And then Johnny Moore and Bill fredericks had a group that they did in England and then Charlie Thomas started a group in the 70s and you've got another group in the 70s that's still around tours and stuff like that. And that's the story of the drifters. Any questions? 888-876-5593 is 88 88 Raleigh on WGN radio. Finding the right person for the job isn't easy. Just ask someone who hired a drama coach to be an IT guy. Yeah, I'm having trouble logging in. I'm not buying it, say it again, this time with
"johnny moore" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It he and radio. I'm Raleigh Jane yeah money honey. That was the first one for the drifters. And really the label said Clyde mcferrin and the drifters and that's how it was thought. Atlantic wasn't really concerned with who the drifters may or may not have been. Good thing, too, because shortly after that was recorded, one of the drifters Willie furby was in an automobile accident and declined to come back. So it was the thrasher brothers and Bill pinckney. And of course, of course, climate shatter. Well, in behind the scenes, the guy who was really kind of corralling them and getting together was a guitarist Walter Adams right after money honey comes up and they're on stage at the Apollo and all that Walter dies of a heart attack. So now they're almost rudderless, but nonetheless, they continue. And it's funny because here's where Bill pygmy is one saying, you know, if it weren't for Ahmed Erdoğan and Jerry Wexler, that was our biggest inspiration. They both played a big part in guiding and forming us. Well, Billy Vera, who, as you know, had been on the label and is quite a historian himself, he came out with the truth about Jerry Wexler, which didn't surprise me at all about how he disliked vocal groups. And Ahmet was concerned because of the infighting or the jealousies, but Jerry just hated the sound. In fact, according to Billy Vera and the sounds like Jerry Wexler to me, he said, you know, you look at the vocal group harmony and this is music by the untutored for the unaware. That sounds about right. But all that aside, you really couldn't stop the drifters, especially in the early days when it was truly a showcase for Clyde's voice. In fact, other than we talked about white Christmas with Scotty. Someday you'll want me to want you was the only other Bill pinckney lead everything else was Clyde mcfadden. But we're still in 1953. And of course, I mentioned the Apollo, but the drifters are on stage, and a lot of the package tours, which are very big at the time, and what's important to our story is they're managers, as I mentioned, George treadwell, who got them on the bill at all these places, the Alan freed harvest moon ball and on and on, the list was so they were doing very well with their touring. And then, of course, as I say, Clyde gets drafted. Well, the first thing they do is they go back to that original group that they didn't like that Clyde had formed and get little Dave, because they said, he sounds a lot like Clyde mcfee. Let's get him. Little Dave really was little. He was about 16 at the time, so that was a little bit of a little bit of a problem. But not only 16, but he was already drunk, routinely. So here's a kid who was drinking, so you can imagine that that didn't go over too well. And so it was ultimately the Johnny Moore was brought in initially Johnny Moore was brought into scare. A little Dave, but ultimately he became the lead. And so of course when Clyde got out of the service, he was then a solo performer as far as that goes. He joined the drifters for some stuff, but most of the time he was doing stuff alone. And the group went on to have a number of hits with some various some people say they called them the drifters because these members just drifted in and out of the group. And there was a certain amount of truth to that. But at the same time, you were looking at a lot of hits really through 56 and at that point, George treadwell started to get upset because he felt the group wasn't too tight and was maybe was too tight. And he had Bobby Hendricks for a while in there, you know, the guy feeling and all this. But at some point, push came to shove. And this was, by the way, George treadwell was firing them individually routinely, including Bill pinckney. And then they have them back and then they fire him. It was, you know, one at a time as far as that goes, but then ultimately treadwell fired them all. Absolutely all of them. Now, this was a problem, all right? Now, one of the problems, by the way, was after 56, when you look at 57 58, you're not looking at hits, you're looking at retreads. You're looking at a group that is just not together. You're looking at problems, yet they're still touring. That's for sure. But now, now they are no more. So what do you do then? Well, now George treadwell had the absolute right to fire them. Individually or collectively, because obviously they didn't have to do this, but clearly nobody was smart enough at the time to see what kind of contracts they were signing with the man. Because again, remember, this was a group Clyde mcfadden put together basically to back them. That's the start. But George treadwell May of 1958 during a show at the Apollo theater fired the entire group. Now, as I say, it was easy to do that from the standpoint of legalities because he owned the name. But it was very difficult in reality because he had a year of gigs booked. Well, well, the easy way to solve that was to just come up with some more drifters. Now you got to go to the crowns, the crowns were a group back to 1952. They're the 5 crowns. And they were on stage that night at the Apollo. And Benjamin Earl Nelson was the lead tenor. And Charlie Thomas and ellsbury Hobbes and they had a record kiss and makeup and anyway, treadwell heard them in king after them. And also came up to their manager lover Patterson and said, how would you guys like to be the drifters? And it took them about a minute to think about it actually. I think the negotiations were about a week, and they said, sure. They said, well, we're not going to do a record for about 6 months, but you've got to go on tour, like right away. And we've talked a bit about this tour throughout the south. It was in some ways a real disaster. But that's where Benny Nelson became Benny king. He changed his name, the surname of his favorite uncle. But he also had some time on his hands in the south and he wrote there goes my baby. And they were practicing it on the road, actually is a much faster tempo than what you heard on the record, but nonetheless, they were, this was also the story I've told this before, but when they were the pallbearers were Screamin' Jay Hawkins on one show. And that's where and you know the deal with Screamin' Jay Hawkins came out of a coffin. And not a cast at a coffin. And of course the way it was, there was like a matchbook cover that kept it so it wouldn't latch so the scream and Jake could get out of it. Well, so Charlie Thomas decided he wanted to look at the coffin. He didn't know about the matchbook cover. And so he knocked it off not realizing it. That, of course, allowed the coffin to lock. Nobody realized this, well, so of course the reason for the matchbook is so that Jay could open it from the insight. And well, well, so Charlie heard the clicking sound didn't know what it means and Jay probably didn't realize what happened. And so there he is doing. I put a spell on you, and he couldn't open the
"johnny moore" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In love of course 1957 on Atlantic. Johnny Moore was the lead singer Clyde and bamboo long before that. Number ten on the R&B charts 69 on the pop charts and Gino and Milwaukee wanted to hear that one too labor and stoller wrote it and there was a fine record should have done better than 69 pop, but I'm saying. All right, so we're back to Lee and Marcus sorry for the root interruption. Okay, you gotta do what you gotta do. And not well. Yeah, and yeah, that woman else should blanche his long Bond hair and works for Anne of her own. And she works for this company. I can't remember the name, but she utilizes DNA from 23andMe and she worked with police departments all over the country and she finds murderers. And she, because she uses familial DNA. Right, right, of course. Of course, through a cousin or a brother or a sister or whatever. Right. It's not the murderer of themselves, of course, right. That's what I mean. And we're seeing a lot of that where it's familial DNA. And I'm like, no, I don't want to do that. But then see the cops will have to go and find like they'll say there's two brothers, and we don't know which one is the actual murderer. Right. And we have to go and get actual DNA from them, so they follow them, and then this was a great show. I don't know why it went off the air. And then they had to go and follow both of them and get DNA like a bun or a cup that they left behind and a restaurant or something. And or out of garbage or something and have that tested and see which one was the actual murderer. Yes. Fascinating show. I didn't know any of this was going on. Yeah. We don't need no stinking warrant. No, of course. Just like aggregators like choice point, you know? Why get a warrant when you can just buy all the information? Yeah. Well, you know, over here, it's very different in England when there's somebody murdered like an village or something. They go out and they do DNA tests of everyone in the village. Everybody. Well, they probably don't have the same constitutional protections we do. Right. Probably, I don't know. They have the Magna Carta. I don't know. Well, not something else. Yeah, right, it's a little more than that. But. Not that I'm not that I'm making fun of the Magna Carta. It is the royal charter of rights, but it's not not covering that. In any event, yeah, they probably can demand a DNA from everybody without any problem. Yeah, I know. It's very different, very different over there. And like if there's a rapist or something, you know, all the men have to give their DNA. They go around to everybody and gets a DNA. Not comforting about all right. Yeah, right. Not comforting, but okay. Yeah. Well, I mean, it's fascinating to me on what they're doing. And the other thing I want to bring up is I don't know if you've ever heard anybody sleep talking before. Yeah, yeah. Oh, you have? Yeah. Okay, now we're used to do this when we were together in the 90s. And I always just put it down too well. It's the cocaine, right? But now he's sober. But now he's clean and sober. He's still doing it earlier. We came home. We went out for a while and we came home and we were both beat and we were watching TV and I was up and of course because he started falling asleep because it became nighttime and then I wake up and he starts falling asleep. And so I didn't realize he was falling asleep. I thought he was awake. And I was saying something because we have now we have French toast at night because it's like the only thing I can eat because I used to diet bread and I'm trying to put weight on him. So after he eats his regular dinner, then I make him have French, I don't make them. He loves it. He has French toast with me. And that's my dinner, and that's his dessert, you know? So then we get up and we go in the kitchen and we have French toast. And Sony's French toast time. Wakey wakey eggs and bakey. And I said, hey, I'm going to write a song like that. He goes, he says, it's already a song. And I said it. And he said, yeah, Barney, and I said Barney who, the dinosaur, and he goes, no. And I said, oh, Barney who, then, he said, there's another dinosaur. And I said, there is named Barney. He said, no, there's another dinosaur. And I said, really, I said, I only know one dinosaur named Barney, and it's one for the kids, because, oh, you mean the purple one? He said, no, there's tons of dinosaurs. I said there are. I said, I thought they were all dead. He goes now. There's a bunch of other dinosaurs. I said, really? He said, yeah, I said, well, I only know the one. He said, oh, you mean the purple one? I said, yeah, he said no. And then stop for a while, and then I said, well, get up anyway. It's time to make French toast. He goes, oh, I'm up. And I said, Albert, do you know what you were saying to me? And he goes, no, what was I saying? He did not remember a word of it. Yeah, that's normal? Yes. Absolutely. People who do this, by the way, it's half of kids below ten years old. And about 5% of adults have this. And it can be every night it can be occasionally in some cases they will answer your questions in some cases. They won't and this is a whole sleep disorder that has a name, some, and again? Some. Some Milo. Okay. And it's a type of parasomnia. In other words, parasomnia is anything that's abnormal that takes place during. And it is considered a medical problem and it can be anything. Normally, a sleep talker will do this for about 30 seconds in an episode, but some people do it many times a night, and like I say, some people will answer a question some people won't in some cases, it can be sounds in some other cases. It can be an involved speech. And so, you know, they may be whispering, they may be shouting, it may sound like they're talking to somebody else, all these things are fairly common in this. It's probably the same amount of males or female. And you know, obviously they've been trying to study this and scientists don't think that it's related to dreaming, but I say don't think what they don't know about sleep would fill books. And the brain. Well, I don't know a lot about the brain. That's absolutely true. And so is it a sign of a more serious sleep disorder? Maybe they don't know. Is it a rem disorder? Maybe there is sleep behavior disorder, which is a rem disorder where people yell and shout and grunt and all that kind of stuff. Now, sleep talking can occur with sleep walking, but not necessarily. However, there's also believe it or not, Ennis read is a sleep related eating disorder. I kid you not, where a person eats well. But they don't eat normal food. Right, absolutely. And so mayonnaise or something. Right, right. That is just that is asleep disorder. And so yes, sleep eating. And you know, there are some drugs where the side effect is abnormal sleep. And there are even people who have been known to drive, which is scary as hell, but maybe it explains a lot of what Sean was saying.
"johnny moore" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Impossible one and done situation with they are, which they're in now in the 9 ten matchup. But low key Trae Young has had a first team all NBA type season and he's really, really putting it together as one of the best all around guards in the league. Yeah, I think he led the league in total points and total assists this year, which he did the same in college, which is a sad that's unreal to think about because yeah, it's like he didn't win the scoring title, but to have the most amount of points out of anybody is really incredible. He's his total superstar. I mean, 28.4 points per game. And 9.7 assists. He was incredible this season. Yeah, incredible. He's durable. That trade with Luca. I mean, I still think that Dallas got the best of that. But Atlanta still ended up with a superstar number one guy who can eventually be the number one guy in a championship team. So yeah, he's had a great year. He's still super young. I think John Collins is out against tonight, which is a huge loss for them, especially with the pick and roll that they like to do with him. So yeah, they've had a disappointing season. They made the Eastern Conference Finals last year, right? Yeah. Yeah, so they've had a disappointing season. I think they win tonight and end up losing in the first round and then retool next year. So yeah, I think that's fair. TJ, I mean, Charlotte is one of those teams. Kind of don't know which team is going to show up. They're one of those teams like they'll score one 38 one game and then throw up 97 the next and you're like, oh, that's weird. But they are young. They are exciting. Miles bridges is awesome and Terry Rozier can fill it up and of course we'll know a ball. But let's talk about the other game tonight. The one that's kind of flying out of the radar, non sexy, I guess, is a way to describe this game, spurs and pelicans. You looking forward to this or can we just kind of move on? I mean, I mean, personally, look, the game that doesn't seem to be that sexy. So something in the back of my mind's telling me watch. This might be the game of the whole playing. JS 48. I mean, look, you have the spurs and there's still coached by Greg Popovich, so you know they're going to be ready tonight. And I think I'm going to go with the pilzer believe it or not. I don't know that I like them, but I think that there is I think getting CJ McCollum really helped them, especially in lieu of not having Zion all year. I don't know, man. I just got the feeling that they might pull this out tonight and move on to that. I think I could actually play more than three people on the spurs Adam. John day Murray. And then who else? Oh, they have pulled off Acapulco. Avery Johnson, Sean Elliott. Yeah, these teams. At least sexy matchup by far. They've got Johnny Moore at the point, they've got George gervin. By the way, you guys, you guys heard of John anymore before right now. I have because he has that card from the 86 flir series that's worth a ton of money. Oh wait, really why? Yeah, so Johnny Moore has a card and apparently it was incredibly rare for it to be a gem mint and apparently it's like most of them are like off center, like all of them. So if you get like a gem Mitt Johnny Moore, it's worth like 40 or $50,000. I knew about the car. I didn't realize it was that much. But it's incredible. Moore played point guard for the spurs late 70s, early 80s actually led the league in the cis one year when magic was in his run. And more impressive than that, he is where he went to high school. Did you go to your high school? He went out to high school. Amazing. And his mother is my godmother. Hey. So Johnny Moore is my God brother. How about that? That's incredible. Man, that's really cool. Yeah, because when Drake was pulling 86 87 flair with Ken gold, they were looking for Johnny Moore cards. Instead, they only got four Michael Jordans. I'm gonna have to hit him up, see if he has any of these at the crib somewhere. We should pull our money together and buy a box at 86. Should we do it? How much did that cost? It's like 40 grand. It's tax season. No money for that right now. I need some socks to start booming. All right, let's talk 20 time really quick here in the last few minutes, guys. Episode 6 this week, right? Episode 6. Winning time, we've moved on from the Jack McKinney injury. He's in the hospital. We haven't moved on. Not just me. It was like that night. Yeah, yeah. I'm saying we haven't moved on from him saying the injury has happened. The bicycle accident has happened. He is in a coma, Paul west head takes over and we're kind of going through all of that. What did you guys think of this week's episode, TJ, anything, jump out at you? What jumped out? Like I said, going back to last week's episode. So it actually watching that bike accident was just terrible to see. It's just so traumatized. And you got to wonder really think how that changed the course of basketball, but the Lakers still went and won those 5 championships in that time period where he could have been the coach. So I love what ifs and you kind of wonder what if he had stayed coached with this if still happened as Adam and I have talked and you've talked he's definitely seemed to be the architect of that run and gun that showtime style. So I thought it was really interesting though with Jason Segel's portrayal of coach west said and isn't it weird that there's a west head in the westfall like I always get these two they're both named Paul. Just very weird. You know, he was a guy who seemed very uncomfortable, right? Yeah. And then you could see like he never really got, by the way, we all know we don't know what's real and not self. We don't know what's real what's not real, that stuff has gotten changed for TV. But didn't seem like he ever got that respect from doctor bus. Like he didn't even know his name. He wouldn't really even acknowledge him when he walked in the rooms, you know? So it's going to be interesting to see now going on, obviously we know what happens. We know what happens. Throughout the season, but I'm going to see how he's able to get that team the rally around him. He was going out there, he's making Shakespearean quotes that are leaving people baffled. He doesn't seem comfortable. He seems a little nervous. But he's a guy who seems like he does know basketball, but you can know a lot, right? As a teacher, but if you don't really have that ability to communicate to your students, that's going to cause problems. Obviously it did. And we'll get to see what those problems were. Yeah, I'm really curious because Adam, I'm sure you read the same article that I do each week when they kind of break down what through and what isn't. One of the big things that Paul westhead was struggling with was what to do in the starting lineup because they were playing Denver that night and David Thompson and obviously David Thompson an absolute beast that's scoring machine if you don't know much about him, but scored 73 in a game. Yes. Yeah, Michael Jordan looked up to him. Looked up to him, right? Third most all time, right? 73 in the game. So they were trying to figure out what to do with him defensively whether they start Haywood or put Michael Cooper on him. Well, they put, they put, he starts Mike and Michael Cooper in the show, but in real life, the starting lineup didn't change at all. And so I'm just curious why they kind of went with that. What are they setting up here? It seemed like they might have been hinting at this might be the beginning of Spencer Haywood problems. He went through a terrible cocaine addiction in the 80s..
"johnny moore" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"And autographs and can we take pictures with you and it really hit me. I knew what was going on in this country but when that happened and i saw what the effect was in germany. I was dizzy. Got got something good. There's always you know and and you're working with young kids was always drama. There was always. I don't remember all of it. But i'm sure you do. There's probably a lot of drama going on. They were the most famous people really in the country in terms of acting and they were all for the most part eighteen twenty nineteen. They were huge stars. Make all this money. You know when i was nineteen and i was a sophomore in college. I was still trying to figure out how to time my shoes. They're dealing with stuff that it's impossible to understand how difficult that is and for the most part they handled it really. Well i yeah. I mean that's gotta be tough for anybody. I mean even for us you know like when when you get to the nfl. You're twenty three and you don't have any clue how to handle money or anything leslie media all that. I couldn't imagine what it's like to be one of those you're eighteen and you have all this well think about net like we didn't have social media we didn't i keep thinking. Imagine those kids if we had. So if we had tick-tock in twitter and an augusta everything back then. I know how devastating it would have been to me and i was supposedly an adult right. Not we didn't have social media. When i was doing all my whole acting career basically. Oh my gosh shack I bet those been some good pictures. Okay what else do you wanna talk. So so then you get done with idol two one. Oh yeah nine years. Is it like okay. I'm gonna take a break. Or how i got this next thing. I'm gonna do 'cause. I know you you. You're like i bet your mind was gone. What's next what i'm gonna do. It was but not in the way that you'd think i had just really gotten sick of living in los angeles. I had had it traffic there. And yeah but i drove a cab in new york. Come on gus that It's different in la. Trust me. i know i just hated. It had become for me. I'd been there for almost twenty years And everything was so tied to the business. If somebody said you how you do and you said. I'm great day first thing. What are you working on everything about it. And for some reason the last couple of years that i lived there. It just got to me. I didn't have a family. I just got sick of being in the business. Yeah and my agent called me one day. And i even though i had a lot of success. I never got on a series. Like seinfeld where you don't ever have to worry for the rest of your life. Yeah not to to get a job. Sometimes lawford that. Sometimes i had to audition my agent. Call me one day and said just you know what's going on out here. The businesses getting very young. He said i submitted you. For a pilot for nbc. For sitcom i guest starred on every set common l. a. I had my own sitcom for three years and my agent said the casting director. Who was about twenty five said to me. Can he do comedy. I mean. I really like him on nine. Oh two one open. Does he do comedy. When i heard that i went. I'm gone now. And as i said before i had no idea what i was gonna do. I went to play in the duke children's classic golf tournament. And i sat next to mike shoshefsky and his wife mickey a couple years before that so we had gotten friendly and i went back to play in the tournament. I had dinner with them. And i told mike i wanted to leave. And he said what are you gonna do. I said i don't know. I just know i wanna get out. La and he basically said. Why don't you come work with me. Lots so wait wait what did you do. I did radio for the duke basketball network for ten years with my knees in coach k.'s. Back for every game for ten years. That's but how do you see that. That arena is so loud. yeah you can't even hear yourself in there. Sometimes you got. I had big padded headphones. Yeah okay like this dollar scoop from coach k. I get and ninety percent of it. I couldn't really say what was going on. I would i would get in the auto with them during timeouts. He had always wanted to try that and he thought i would be the perfect guy to do it even though i got in trouble a couple times for things that i said because first and foremost i'm a fan and i just in cameron and go and you know it took me a while to go. Johnny moore haram. The radio network would say to me. You can't do that. You're holding a duke radio network microphone. You can't get up and be doing this stuff. All right i get it. But that's that's what i did when i left. La for ten years. Before i came to kentucky yeah well that that's amazing like kazaa doesn't just happen to everybody. I played it. I've played lots of celebrity golf tournaments. And you know just you go and play and go home and meet some people. But that's amazing that you go in the duke celebrity golf tournament and coach day says just worked for me you know. I know you're humble but you must have a really good personality now. I act like. I have a real. You'll you'll appreciate this so much gus. I am in such all of the people that i have gotten to meet. Whether i got friendly with them are not the very first celebrity tournament i played was in orlando. It was paint stewart. Had a a term. I went the day before the play in the practice. Round and the kid at the golf course takes my bag. You said your carts over there. And i walk over and there's a bag on my car already another celebrity. I'm gonna play in the practice round right. And i turn the bag tag around. And it's bart star ho freely now. I'm a giants fan. But bart star right. I'm just like this. Nobody actor and for four holes riding with bar. I couldn't even talk. It's like the whole car. Reiner thing all over again. It was but i. I would look out of the corner of my eye and i would go. I got it spots. I'm writing with bart star. He turned out he had a son who wanted to be an actor. He asked me all kinds of questions. He was wonderful but all those people. No i always let athletes. I would've let you beat me because you have your egos. You'll let us win. Yeah you very fragile. Egos i know. New yorkers are so nice and humble your right exactly anyway. The number of athletes who i revere. Here's another one okay. I'm playing in a golf tournament. And i go for the practice round.
"johnny moore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Today. You came out way back on the 15th Club on Saturday afternoon. And that's Jerry Marston and Gerry and the pacemakers. And yeah, they were good how they were good. They were big and they were big in England and Scotland and over in the U. S. That was a number one song. I had about six of him like that. Just one right after the other 58 clubs brought to you by ABC Bank Capital Chevrolet Supreme Lending. Mahdi's text, Max off a good on a cold Day, the naughty deck and Bart, the Renaissance Arboretum. Nine Banded whiskey Soaker belts met Jenelle. Our guest today is gonna get all right. Matt gets about. Yeah, he del Goff, Donald Ross Sportswear and the Media Conservancy. Um, I'm Scotty Singers. It Clements is here and match in l. A. Who is but one of the best storytellers. I've never been around in the golf business, Matt. We have met on Dad. We've met so many great people just threw our connection and golf. Just talking about Jerry Marsh. Sheriff, Young man who are some of the memorable people you've met over the years. Oh, man, you know, it's one of the most fortunate things about doing what we do in covering this game because you golf is such a common denominator and transcendent amongst all the other aspects of life. So I mean, the list, you know for me. I grew up What you know wearing Ashworth. You know, I you know, it was like a religion to me, right that that changed my life as a kid. I've got to know and become dear friends with with John Nash was, you know now and you know, no one walks the walk like he does. It is Scotty. It is It is people like my Kaiser. For me. It is. It is the Ben Crenshaw and Bill Course of this world who I will look back. What? You know the stories. I will tell my grandkids are going to relate to Being, you know, embedded with these people and watching them shape, you know, not just the Earth that you know that we end up walking and playing, but sort of the game in general, like, you know, Think about what what Mike Kaiser has done in in shaping the way we way C and consume this game. I mean, not unlike You know you go all the way back to the you know old Tom Morris is in the Donald Ross's and it's It's those guys for me. I mean, you know, Yeah, a lot of celebrities, a lot of athletes and I've been able to play in a lot of really amazing events. Shoulder to shoulder with Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and and you know, the list goes on and on, but it's more. It's more about these. These people who are influential. That shaped me and ultimately then shape my story telling the stories I'm interested in that really have a resounding is sort of an impact on and that's why that's why trips like when I'm going across the country to pop in it. Like we did it lions many that day and we had that. You know that sort of pop up skins game and you, you know, you rally the community brought upon people, you know that you just just meeting that group of people and seeing their passion. For or that they're you know that that course and that green space that community means isn't much to them as What happens in Oceanside here and when a park there, you know, you know, Kinney Park Week. Wake all these different places it matters and that that that's why those people matter to me because they shaped me and what ultimately shapes my content. I love I love I've been lucky enough to go to the master several several times. Matt and I'm always amazed the people you meet in two cases. I'm there under the big tree talking to this guy who with the green jacket and had a bucket hat on what I'm saying by the golf course looks good, And he's talking about this and that And I said, that's nice. Nice meeting. You noticed that my name's Tom, I said, Why mad? I walked over and Venice Guy said Then who was that guy goes? That was Tom Fazio. You were talking Tonto and then a couple years ago at Luigi's, the Italian spot in Augusta table Next up, there's a big group of people. At a table and they all had let same. Same looking shirts on and for sporting goods dealer said he worked with this sport is certain sporting goods place and this guy goes, Yeah. And it was Johnny Moore's from Bass Pro shops. And I said, What do you do there, Sir? He goes well, I kind of own it. So you meet people. That's a most unique places and wonderful people. Very unassuming people. And Johnny Morris has to be the most unassuming guy a zillionaire I've ever met in my life. Well, it's so true, and I, you know, I got to walk the Ozarks with Johnny and Bill and Ben and I watched way had cameras rolling with Johnny Essentially handed the keys over to Bill and Ben. It was Ben's first trip to the property. It was really early on when they were when they're in the Ozarks playing stage and bill kept sort of presenting options to bend saying, Hey, we can go here. We could go there, and that's As they were walking, Johnny, You know, Johnny really developed all of that Big Cedar Lodge because of his love for the land. The Ozarks where he grew up, you know, hunting and fishing as a kid. He realized that God he's not much of a golfer. To be honest with this son. Billy is a good golfer, but Johnny realized golf is a way that people can consume the land. Get off devices and have these moments as kids and families and friends and realized golf is that vehicle so he gravitated towards Ben and Bill because of how much the land means to them, right, So it was such a great match and I watched Johnny tear up, as he essentially said. Look, I will go as you guys go. Whatever you need. I will give you so that you could be as great as you can be in building Ah, golf course here in the Ozarks, and he meant it. You know, as you know, Scott ez. He does those words Those words mean something to him, and that land means something to him and what he's done. There is Is pretty is pretty remarkable. It is that Johnny Morris is, you know, I'm good friends with the Prince of Morocco. Who's an avid golf intimate, intimate time. I'm a kid from Santa Rosa, California went to Cardinal Newman High School really modern, You know, my.
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"The Times David tubes of vitry of Larry. Poems extrordinary Mansur, the the guy who renamed his Stars Wild Theory and Egos and all those other names. Online is Great. This is in nineteen fifties. Nobody was named. Jason Ali everybody was Jack Reg Norman and Joyce which. Also you had to rename them. Post the further with his subsequent plants, the initial topic mosque wild I think advising them development new identities, shimmering sexual images, which were all grease and paraffin wax, metallic fabrics, the contrast against drought, majority of boys and girls who their audience, the children have grown up with food clothes, brushing the shop enough to a collective wake of wonderment desire. Is Great it's. Really. Vince eager. Reminded we were talking about Georgie fame also. Pounds Yeah Vinci. Perhaps Georgie not too eager as we learn from. Enjoyed you find accounts of fending the attentions of Larry Pennzoil Ashby. said the Marty Wilde who David quotes in the sauce. Cool, remember some very fund shows. Someone who's GonNa? Stop the guy in the back after. That long ceased Connection so Marty. Wilde's very generous about, but just kind of good to the greis POPs Bengali. You know her. However, so to morally questionable some of his. were. An unavoidable figure in the history of British Pope Nineteen, ninety-three, a really big William Shaw interview with the. Special feature you hangs out with them for a few days. A very a terrific writer William sure this is for details magazine. And basically he talks mostly to. Goal Martin goal and Dave Mustn't goes Clinton Guy 'cause. He took over the summer icing off to Vince Clarke last and really so determine. Act Was. Brought brought. into. This is. Peace talk about. Could quite significant amounts of. So, he was. This isn't so derogatory he he made off form of pervy. He really got into going to go into things like the torture garden clubs like that. I mean that that was his mind that what you saw. Oo, OO. Not the Nike is done. What factors cubs did you generally for Quentin? This is the only. You. Going once frequenting, you sell piggybacks. I seldom. Genuine don that once I find it. Still Joking, you know now now. It turns out, actually happened. Going With. You got a problem with this. Bonnie! Whatsoever I'll see you down there on Saturday anyway. Martin has I should imagine from reading the lyrics that think house, dark and moody with quite perverted sense of things. So still have this piece is basically about most goal in the what makes up mouse in Gupta Kiss. Rice of the other half is about David Hunt as the rock and roll frontman as he, as he met Morphos from that clean cut, young man in the early days on top of poets and Basil Them. To the guy with tattoos and harum beard and they chest. Actually as it turned out very serious drug highly, he's. He's claiming in this piece that he's cleaned in fact. He was on the way down. Rolling away at this point is found about his in becoming difficult. There's a lot of the time it's hard for them to even want to be in the same room as me, which is kind of interesting is as drink way too much then I think most people do when it gets that that age. Little drink tons who are big one well what he doesn't mention is, he's already on his way onto a heroin habit. Time few took place. Love these very very breezy, just great. Profile with a business you with the marvelous smooth blues, and the Charles Brown by J.. Smith the LA weekly lunch seven and you know he's. He's talking by Saul. Toil standards the people in the street. A lot of the guys go jeans I. Say Look People Don't pay to do that. Charles Brown's a really interesting guy I mean. I read answered held. Won The series of essays, which is basically about homosexuality and black music principally. And, he says that Charles Brown was a major pasta slightly off Central Avenue seen in the forties and fifties whether a lot of gay clubs. Lot of drag drags. We forget that was a big part of black urban culture, which is pretty much gone arson retailers. Within the best I mean well. It wasn't what they want out. They want so the most dishonest in any way. Absolutely yeah I Charles Brown was certainly game self. I. Don't ever was out of the came out, but I think got's generally accepted, isn't it? I was loved his stuff. I'm not I heard Charles Brown will probably about the mid seventies when I was really getting into jump losing. Whilst he wasn't jump. Please musician, being part of that central. Avenue scene is very close. That can call. Early Nat King Cole and Charles Pervading, basic shared musicians is the two brothers Oscar. Moore and Johnny Moore Johnny Morris Blazers Optimal. I'm one of them played with her play. Now. There's no not can co.. Didn't hide the fact that he'd been infants by. Very I mean people. A break halls as well. For sure for sure and so I'm very pleased to get out of absolutely great. Night he's gone. Who He.
"johnny moore" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Water. more money is heading to the Bahamas my personal attachment for the Bahamas and the people there is something I know a lot of fishermen I have the same feeling bass pro shops founder Johnny Moore's announcing his anglers for the Bahamas fishing for a mission relief drive and a one million dollar donation a federal judge in Tallahassee is turned on governor to satisfy request to put on hold a challenge to a new state law carrying out a constitutional amendment that restored voting rights to felons who have completed their sentences the Republican governor and secretary of state laurel leave this week ask US district judge Robert Hinkle to put the federal lawsuit on hold while the Florida Supreme Court considers a related case but nickel denied the request the Polk County students facing a battery charge after a violent locker room attack against a twelve year old student at Blake academy in Lakeland a cell phone video of the slug fest is gone viral the attacker being suspended for at least ten days Lakeland police captain Steve Pocky tells news channel eight what comes next after the investigation is finished sitting down with the parent one final decision is made on whether the students remains in the school or not and a plan will be developed to ensure the safety of the child the district is investigating what the teacher was not watching over the students when the attack began a recent report by the investment at a company realty hop vines Tampa is among the least affordable cities for homeowners the report ranks the one hundred most populous cities in the country by their affordability for home owners and temple was found to come in at number thirty six some of the factors considered include median household income median for sale home listing prices in property taxes to trap amenities are now free rescuers removed parts of a wall that separated the mother and baby.
"johnny moore" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"For you to be there to record this. And for it to not be at five thirty AM. Not assure you of that. Staring back. Islets morning. Only way, I got up and five thirty morning was to have a new forty five replace. I was up. Six thirty. Right. Other than that, I'm not getting thirty say give me out of the suture Williams, under a nice Friday here in the tri-state, and best of luck to into retirement of one. Jeff Hendi Henderson. He's only has a few newscast remains in thirty six year career retiring from us today here at seven hundred w w is taken over. I heard it might be retreat. Dorothy, the news thority hear we leave you with the immortal words of the stew. Report. So so does that mean almost bother you? I know he don't bother me, but Johnny bench's one guy should thank God did I, I was born because he never made a whole fame, wouldn't work. Because on the guy knocked in thousand times, okay, you got you got guys in front of the guys behind you. You gotta you gotta be responsible for everybody involved, and you should ask you Morgan to same question as Tony president. Same question there in the hall of fame and I'll guarantee they won't give you the same answer. And it don't bother me. Johnny feels that way. Because Johnny was here was a situation with me, and Johnny people thought we didn't ever get along wouldn't true. But Johnny could never understand that. I was born in Cincinnati and people love the way I played, and he might have been the best on the big red machine. I don't know his greatest catcher ever, but he was never going to be a fan favourite as long as I was there, I was born there is going to bingerner Oklahoma where he's from and getting mad, if they like Johnny more than they like me. They're probably going to Johnny Moore because that's where he was born. Okay. So. So that was the problem to Johnny not head as far as players when we played for Stati red segman, your reaction. Rachel your reaction. Same..
"johnny moore" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"There, one of a win working when it was off line one, if it was broken, and there is no security camera whatsoever. Available to demonstrate conclusively that the Baber killed killed Jamie earn what would happen to your client. Without that security camera footage security footage. My client would have been fighting the loan is assault. I am one hundred percent certain sure that I would have been prevailed on the murder charges based upon the evidence based upon the other witnesses base of one the entire dialogue on that nine one one call. He would have been acquitted in my eyes of murder, we probably would have struggled with assault. My defense would have been with misdemeanor assault. His acted did not need to serious physical harm. Don't have any talent. He was the venture. I believe my client would have been acquitted of murder, and we would have been struggling over felonious assault. Carl Lewis for the few days after this, murder the police, and the prosecutor's office believed that your client was responsible. That's a question for Joe Dita's. And they officers were doing the investigation that nine one one call logically lived them to believe that he caused the death of Jamie urban. But if you look at all the evidence, all of the evidence and that's not what everyone gets when they're looking at the media piece meals all the evidence did not rise in my opinion to the level of murder, absent, again, as you said that video, it's a complicity theory and because they could not tie together, they would not have prevailed on the complicity theory. I believe the jury would have struggled over felonious assault. And in my opinion, he would have been acquitted or Besta a debt luxury, and it would have been risky. Very risky. No doubt. Now Jamal killings pled guilty the other day to fly cell. He got time served as the Al is he out tonight. Is he is he out this afternoon as he free whenever that goes through, you know, there's a, there's a logistic sense to go through because of the conviction he stands convicted of that offense which. The felony. He has to go to the department of corrections to be what we call processing, given a number, and then release how that works. The operation of the majestic is not for you. And I understand that the department of corrections, very soon Jamal killings. We'll be back in the community. Maybe some other community, but he will be free soon. Yes, sir. Have you ever had a case close to this one in my career? Not in my life. I'm just glad that Justice prevailed I was able to do the great great job for my client. And I want everyone to know this is why on the radio with you, you give both sides of the story, you allow everyone to hear all the facts in five by five all four side. I'm here to Pfeiffer, eighty quiet. So no, I've never had a case like this. But this is just another one of my weapons is now I'm in my notch that I can find clients in the future. We will not stop fighting. We will not stop by your level of confidence that, but for that tape, everything would have been great. So we'll see what happens. But Carl Lewis. You're a great American, and thanks for coming on the Bill Cunningham show, my friend will do it again. And the truth will set you free. The truth will always set you free and always remember, always remember this all of your listeners, a lie will travel the glow before to takes its first step. God bless you. And God bless America. Carl Lewis thank you very much. Bye-bye. God bless America. Great lawyer there. Let's continue with more today. Jeff Henderson's last day at work. He came two weeks after I came, and now he's leaving we will be less biased departure his last newscast. Tony better tells me is at six o'clock tonight. Is that right? Tony on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl seven hundred wwl, w seven hundred w l w so, so does that mean must bother you I know he don't bother me, but Johnny bench's one guy should thank God. I, I was born because he made a whole fame, I wouldn't board why because on the guy he knocked in two thousand times, okay, you got you got guys sitting in front of the guys behind you. You gotta you gotta be responsible for everybody involved, and you should ask yo Morgan the same question as Tony president. Same question there in the hall of fame and I'll guarantee they won't give you the same answer. And it don't bother me to Johnny feels that way. Because Johnny was. Here was a situation with me and Johnny. And people thought we didn't ever get along at wouldn't true. But Johnny could never understand that. I was born in Cincinnati and people love the way I played, and he might have been the best for on the big red machine. I don't know he's a greatest catcher ever, but he was never going to be a fan favourite as long as I was there, I was born there is me going to Binger Oklahoma where he's from and getting mad, if they like Johnny more than they like me. They're probably going to by Johnny Moore because that's where he was born. Okay. So that was the problem that Johnny. And I had his players when we played Stati read. Oh. Broadcasting. Those nieces shut the hell.
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"I. Music came from a guy named Norman greet Norman Greenbaum legend very one hit wonder. All right. Mike. One of our listeners named George Sand's Georgia tweet tweet tweet with him all the time. All right. Has dug up. The game where you made your one three points in your NBA career. Now what year do you think it happened? Guess the date nineteen eighty five I would say February thirteenth K you're off by more than a year. It was December twenty ninth nineteen eighty six oh plow gonna do who you were playing four to December in nineteen Eighty-six, the Spurs, you're playing for the Spurs. You're right. It was a game in Utah new it. Do you remember if you wanna lost the game, we lost sight? Record. God one. Oh, nine to one. Oh, one drop your record. Two seven and twenty two. Now eleven guys played in that game for your team including you, you did not start. You came out the bail. How many guys can you name on that scene in koneohe team? All right. Johnny moore. Alan robertson. Johnny Moore's wrong. He did not play joining. Okay. Well, I knew us on the team. So Roberson did plow. Robertson me artists. Gil more, Mike Mitchell. David Greenwood two guys that you started. You've named three of the starting right, Gail know Mike, gale strike to Michael. You've named three of the starters, the other two starters went on to become somewhat successful coaches. One was a former NBA head coach. I think he's an assistant now and the other one is longtime college coach who's coaching right now did well in the tournament. Johnny, Johnny doc, used to call him chicken hawk, the chicken hawk and fog on a little chicken chicken hawk. All right. One imagine why the other one he matter of fact this game was in Utah, he would later go on. He doesn't anymore, but he would later go on to coach the jazz head coq au, Bobby Weiss. No no all of head coach. Oh, Ticor corden type. Mentioned Mike Mitchell passed away years ago nother another guy played one only played one minute was in all American. With Chris Mullin at Saint John's wait. A minute was Ed Neely team to new Larry christova Christo, actually. The only two you're missing one thing. John's with with one minute was probably a rookie on this team. Oh, Walter berry, Walter berry. And then there was a guy. I've never heard of this guy. Anthony Jones, Anthony. But I got about him and Johnson's. Grew. Why you were talking to me. John Wheeler with no NBA team in Saint Louis who do we watch? We watch Mizzou. I Johnson volt was on the eighties Mizzou teams that I paid ten. Yeah. He's a good shooter that Utah team shooter. John Stockton off the bench. He wasn't starting threat. He was behind Rickey green. Right. Right. It was raking Rini Kelly Puka with Carl Malone, Bobby Hansen and you remember the center you probably had to guard him. This is the biggest human being eaten. Yeah. Now how Lewis my numbers game? You scored fifteen points coming off the bench. What am I shooting numbers seven fourteen? Okay. That's acceptable. And you in that particular game you attempted one three and you made it you also ahead, four rebounds, a turnover a block in two thousand fifteen point. You're the second leading score in that game behind Johnny dockings who had nineteen was thud everybody can score on a lousy team. Gesture has pretty. Good back, then alone, seven twenty two coach insane into it was he is innocent with Denver. Yeah, I saw mind the bench and was Frank Layden coaching the gen frankly good that you were nineteen in nine they were good..
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"Name the child John hopes a growth. Air goodbye Nova like Johnny Moore. He's not no, I love Hudd Gillian. Never brought Jon snow back in the day. Everybody was so upset when John snow gave away the die without so much as a good boy thing. No, treat will wasn't. It's not technically a dog. Right. The dire wolf, but yes, it's a dog. It's a giant giant dog? Still go say goodbye. If you're by ghost. Now, you've got to say goodbye any follow scooter McGregor on Facebook. It'll be worth it. It's eight twenty seven on Orlando's morning news. Joe? Good morning. It's a mild start in as we go throughout the day heating up quickly Heisel top better on ninety one degrees about four to five degrees above average, partly cloudy skies today and a twenty percent chance of pop of storm tonight mostly clear skies mile, but comfortable temperatures down to about seventy from channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Brian now, it is sunny hazy and seventy two. Black. Masan day. It is SafeTouch Security triple team traffic. It's helicopter an airline. It's Eric Brown. I. Weighs twenty seven to five. Thirty two Parkway to five thirty five Conroy to the Fairbanks to Lee.
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"TV when we talk about different things here. And so all I can do control. What I do when I go home and what I talk about. And she's telling freshman to remember all politics are local stick to what works. Kelsey snell. NPR news, Moline, Illinois. A bipartisan government commission has challenged. The Trump administration to do more to support religious freedom around the world Saudi Arabia key administration. Ally comes in for special criticism in the Commission's. New report released today. More now from NPR's Tom gjelten, the US commission on international religious freedom has members appointed both by the president. And by congress with a formula to achieve some political balance. The idea is to keep religious freedom concerns separate from geopolitics, not always easy. Tears. Dorji is the commission chairman mended it focused on religious freedom conditions. In Manhattan talking about. The issues Dorji is a Tabet in American a translator of Buddhist teachings. He says the principle of religious freedom is central to who he is. But the US government also wants to maintain strategic alliances even with countries that are notorious violators of religious freedom. The commission recommends that sixteen countries be identified as of particular concern Saudi Arabia and China are singled out the commission says the Saudis arrest people for dissent blasphemy and apostasy just last week the Saudi government beheaded thirty-seven Saudi nationals almost all of them were Shia Muslims. A group that faces severe repression the commission recommends sanctions on Saudi Arabia as a country of particular concern. But the Trump administration is engaged with the Saudis these days. The State Department is waiving sanctions against the country. Citing important national interests Dorji says his commission wants the State Department to keep the same. Actions, not wave them. Than our nation doesn't have teeth. So that's why one commission member dissented. Johnny Moore, one of President Trump's appointments to the religious freedom commission. More was one of several even Joel Christian leaders who went to Saudi Arabia recently to meet with government officials. He now agrees with the State Department. Sanctions should be waived. I believe Saudi Arabia to be held account for every single violation that I still believe that as a pragmatic matter. Now the way of affecting change in Saudi Arabia is directing there are the countries the State Department and the religious freedom commission see differently. The commission says Russia, for example, targets religious minorities and cites it as a country of particular concern, the State Department, disagrees, Tom gelatin, NPR news, Washington. You're listening to all things.
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"There's a lot of wreckage on the pavement right now. Once we removed that we will get a sense as to what kind of damage that we will have to repair. We don't know what that will be right now. Six people have been hospitalized. You're listening to NPR news. News from Washington. Officials in Mexico say that more than one thousand migrants escaped a detention center in the southern part of the country last night. They say that about half of them chose to return that several hundred are still unaccounted for most are from Cuba relatives and supporters say the Mexican detention center was overcrowded and filthy. One of pro basketball's legendary players has died. John Havlicek was a key member of the story. Boston Celtics teams of the sixties and seventies Havlicek had been ill with Parkinson's disease. NPR's Tom Goldman reports he died Thursday at the age of seventy nine John Havlicek nicknamed do played all sixteen of his NBA seasons with Boston. He was an all star thirteen times. He won eight titles with the Celtics. Have check is Boston's all time leading scorer, but he was best known for his versatility and hustle to traits captured in a legendary play he made during the nineteen sixty five playoffs against Philadelphia, gravelly voiced Celtics announcer. Johnny moore. I made the call. Check stole the ball is one of the NBA's. Most iconic phrases in a statement following his death. Celtics called Havlicek. Kind humble and gracious a.
"johnny moore" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I flashback coming up before the bottom of the hour. We're going back to the year two thousand twelve. Marcher big month from San Antonio Spurs. When they retired jerseys nobly is a week from today yesterday was the anniversary date or retiring doubles zero worn by one Johnny Moore out of the university of Texas in two days. The anniversary date of the retirement of number twelve lamarcus Aldridge. Yeah. People still being well, you know, the story today is national fragrance day. And you know, what that means? Honestly, I'm not sure either I me I just know that just about everything has its own day now, but I do have a little bit of a fun survey to go along with national fragrance today, the survey s couple thousand people to name their favorite smell and the number one smell that. They hate. We should we look at first. Hate hate. Yeah. Top ten smells. We hate. Our? Body odor sweat armpits. To me. They're all the same thing. That's basically one, you know, also on the list dirty socks and other dirty clothes once again pretty much the same thing damp walls. And mold. Okay. Stagnant. Water in that same thing. I'm not crazy stagnant. Water sour milk. Well, that's your. Yeah. Your wife. No, the is sour until you. Open up the milk and hold it up to your nose. Fill your milk is so sour that you can smell it without opening it up and putting it to your nose once again. That's your fault. And also at number ten on the top ten smells. We hate sauerkraut. I love that. I do. Sauerkraut? Yeah. I don't like the smell of sauerkraut farts sauerkraut sauerkraut in the morning on the list of favorite smells, cookies being baked no flowers AST fresh cut grass number one coffee number two coughing..
"johnny moore" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Jeff. Hey, guys. You know, the church to all American, and if you didn't vote him in he would probably is on his own face into the rock. I would probably. I knew you were going to say. I knew you were going to say Ted Nugent. He can't even get in the rock and Roll Hall of fame for poor guy. Yeah. I know it. I know it bothers them. They they gave him no credit at all. Why because of his political politics it's a political game in the rock and Roll Hall of fame is very political. He'd jump jump up there with a chisel and was on face Mirage. He'd make his own Ted more. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. Thanks, jeff. Michael Brown hanging out with his his show's coming up at seven. I didn't know you're a big music fan. Mike. Are you a huge music fan? Yeah. What's your what's your favorite kind of music everything except rap? Yeah. I mean seriously. Okay. Opera rock and roll country. One in particular, like what you go to a rock and roll. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I I don't care for country much. It's not like, I I don't know. I just it's just not for me. I think you know, what I think I think for me it's fifties and sixties rock and roll and fifty sixties country music because I remember Dr riding in the back of my parents car, and they were huge music fan. Yeah. So I listened to that. So now if you play something country or I get in trouble for saying country, western country western anymore. If you listen to that or you listen to fifty sixties, rock and roll, I instantly go back to my chart. Well, then you're going to say that you're gonna put Johnny cash on the oh my God, Johnny Moore. I mean, you could throw Johnny cash on there yet. Did I grew up in Motown, Mike? And so for me, I grew up on all the Motown artist Marvin Gaye, and the Supremes the temptations in Detroit turned out to be such a epicenter for all kinds of music that Ted Nugent and rock.
"johnny moore" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Boom. Now we move onto the football team. And then by finale would be James Dolan. That'd be a PowerPoint. Monaco, his arm on Monica players, do kazoo zoo, my friend, even fucking worse, Bob. I would be like I like the not the defense what the fuck and prosecution would like to call to the to the to the stage the fucking alcoholic that James Dolan made fun of last year. Remember that one where he was just like, you're an alcoholic. You're a sad person. What he just make funnier fans for being drunks head their drugs. Because of you. Exactly. Definitely su-. Yeah. I have I have a drinking problem. I have happiness problem. I have definitely going to die early from all this stress all sorts of damages loss of enjoyment of life for me. And any other of the little brother, New York fans. You wanna talk about a class action suit? We're going to Erin Brockovich this motherfucker. We're gonna get like three hundred billion dollars from these fucks. I don't think I have anybody like I could sue would you forget about sports if you could sue someone for loss of enjoyment of life. Two days to myself. Be it would go all the way to the super g soup Holly. It would be no, I don't know. Donna brings you the most joy, the even when she just let you like almost die for weeks on end and shit like that. No, that's probably the best. The now it would it would be it would be a landmark case. These soon yourself filed Berg verse. Vital lost fights V fights. You know, when the war to do lawyers. It'd be big calling each other. I'd probably how do I get Robert Muller by big? I gotta take this case I'm done with this fucking. No. If you talk it's Robert Muller versus what was his name dean, whatever who came up with the cowboy hat and the jinx member him. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Guy rang. Yeah. Instructing that would be they'd be like, how do you plead you'd be like? Not guilty. Just keep getting up and moving from defendant. The plaintiff. Like Charlie doing I see being like like like like, no. As lie. The defendant pleads guilty in the prosecution now now we're fighting this one out bites v fights for loss of enjoyment of life. That's that's really the only person. I could see I I'm self aware enough to know that the only person I all boils down to one guy. I mean, I would suit my team owners. I would sue. Dave. I see myself right now. Like, I'm sick. I'd see myself because I'd be like, I why don't you just go to the doctor, and I'm like, no, and my other part of LeBron's like just go to the doctor and get some medicine. I might not I don't do medicine. Why am I like this? The fuck is wrong with me, just go to the doctor. I know I don't do it. You know one day I'm going to split. What does that mean? Like mental split lakes right down the middle. I'll be two people. I need you to. Thank you good for at least four or you're going to be like the movies are going to come in and talk in different accents. You'll be Russell brand talk one day. I have one you know, what's going to happen. One day fights is gonna come in in like baggy jeans, and like bad clothes with his hair not done and people are gonna be like what is this? And he's going to be like good morning. I'm I'm like or like emailing. It'd be like my name's like just call me. Henry. I don't wanna go by Johnny Moore. I'm Jay eight. It would be number eight things happen. That would be. Why be descending by the elevator every day like which one's going to go off which me and my gonna eat today. I got a closet full of AMIS. Got to be the happy me. Oh that stinks. I'm going to sue Al Gore for inventing the internet. Motherfucking places tearing me apart man, I can't live like this anymore. Al gore. You create a fucking monster. You know, when all the scientists from the atom bomb or like oh God. Forgive us for what we've done Al Gore should say that every day for millions. I genuinely believe I truly believe I have a lot of weird takes. I was talking about yesterday by brother sent me weird tax. And it's just like have you talked to our cousin. And I was like said, no..