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Houston Astros drop Round Rock Express as club’s Triple-A affiliate
"There's some big changes happening in minor league baseball. The Houston Astros are moving their Triple A affiliate from round rock to surely and they've also signed a deal with Sugarland skaters. Which was previously an unaffiliated independent club. This is part of a growing trend among Major League baseball franchises, which are taking ownership of their minor league affiliates.
"Today. We're discussing warning signs starring Sam Waterston. Kathleen Quinlan my Italian cousin Koto. Jeffrey Demon directed by HAL bar. Would this is Arnie? From Quarantine and Stewart and this is the CO host feels rage beautiful rage Jacob. Yes folks I am in Quarantine. I've actually broken quarantine. I have not left my bedroom in eight days. I have broken quarantine to come to the recording studio so we could record about plague and I'm glad to hear that you're up. You sound pretty good. It sounds like things are going. Well Yeah this is not a joke or a bit people. Yeah Yeah you're awfully chipper about it but just to put it in perspective. You seem to be dealing with it well and we're glad about that. We usually record on Wednesdays. I came down with it on the Thursday after recording. I had like six days of hell and I'm back for this feeling my best. I haven't gotten the results of the coverted test back. I did get one of the coveted Cova tests. They did take a cotton swab and stick and so for up my nose. I think they swabbed my frontal lobe. I don't think I have cove it. I got a flu or something. I don't think I'm sick enough for coveted. But in an abundance of caution yes our local respiratory clinic has ordered me into isolation for two weeks but yes. I felt like if there's a movie that I should break quarantine to discuss. Its warning sign in our viral outbreak series. Yeah because they break a whole lot of rules in this film Yes. The nineteen eighties is a huge decade. For pandemic you know the AIDS crisis explodes. I wanted to cover one of those films. But they weren't made in the one thousand nine hundred. Eighty s yeah. They all came out in the nineties. Right they did. I mean let's just call it. What it is. You couldn't be gay on screen in the nineteen eighties. It was this big taboo and if they dealt with AIDS. It was usually like an very sensitive. Tv movie like an Early Frost or like an indie film. Like one of Steve buscemi's early parting glances and none of them talked about it as an epidemic. They were just stories about gay life and one of the characters would be infected with HIV can see. I remember the one aides. Tv movie. I think from the eighties that I remember. It wasn't even about gay life. It was about a got it from a blood transfusion. Oh yeah they didn't even want to address that Ryan White. He was a hemophiliac definitely. Did try to push that narrative and that story and one of the lessons we can learn about pandemic is until it touches everybody. It's very easy to marginalize or at least a celebrity. That's when Reagan notice when his buddy rock Hudson died of HIV. That's when he's like. Oh maybe we should use some government money to research this. Yes it took. I think seven years from becoming does outbreak in San Francisco. Bath houses to being something that the president would talk about. But my dad was there. Here's the weird thing about my life I knew about. Std's before I knew about sex. My Dad led the Public Health Department on Sexually Transmitted Diseases. One of my earliest memories was that he had this shirt that said stamp out sex in really big letters and then in tiny letters at ped- dash usually transmitted diseases and he walked around the mall and people would point. I wanted to just crawl under awry. They just think it was like he's anti-sex because that's what it sounds like. He was so funny to get those reactions but he was there and he'd come home from work and he's looked yes. I'm going to all the gay bars. Were doing all this outreach. Because of this grid this gay cancer as it was described in the early eighties and eventually became known as eights. And if you want to see a movie around this time that was about it. I think you'd have to look at like fatal attraction. I actually think the whole erotic thriller genre is really a Metaphor about AIDS. Like the idea that if you step out on your wife or you do anything. Outside of your monogamous relationship is going to kill you like many cases. It's just a bitch with a knife but she's eight that's what it is. I never thought about it that but I do like those movies and I did think those movies more than AIDS kept men celebrate. Yeah and if you want to see a movie about the AIDS pandemic one of the earliest made. It was an. Hbo Movie in the Early Nineties was based on a book by randy shells and the band played on the movies kind of me but he's got a lot of celebrities in a lot of recognizable faces and it does a good job of at least telling you the history about how it all unfolded and what it was like. During that time when AIDS equal death there were no drugs. There was no hope and many people felt like it was in times. I really liked that movie. When we get to the review of contagion what contagion reminded me. Most of is in the band played on down. But let's talk about a different kind of outbreak. Yeah I'm surprised out of all the eighties. This is the outbreak movie that you picked Zombie Movie. Yeah I mean what? What else is there? I was looking at least this is a movie about does deal with an actual virus was being discussed. Here is real. I don't know if it's accurate to all the symptoms that you can acquire from it but Borna is an infectious disease that did break out in a little German town and we can discuss it so it had some validity that was the criteria. Oh so that part's real. Yes I had no idea that people ever died and came back. That's really happening. I'm not seeing. The screen is an accurate representation. What I'm saying is I looked for an outbreak movie that had some scientific backing and this writer director was very proud to say he did his research and he wanted this to be as real as possible. Who's even behind that like? Did this come out in theaters. I've never heard of warning sign and I saw it a lot. It was always on cable. I think what happened was this is a first time director. It was someone that had worked a lot with Lucas and Spielberg. He was a ghost rider on close encounters and script doctor and work on return of the Jedi behind the scenes. And what have you? And he was finally getting. His first and his last movie Bar would would never direct again but he wrote the script for Sugarland Express and he just knew the right people. I look this guy up. I've seen a ton of his work. Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures Indiana Jones in his infernal machine. I played all of those. Yeah on the commentary of this Blu Ray that I had. He basically said that he knew even while he was finishing. This movie. Directing wasn't for him he was getting into this whole video game craze. That was happening and that is where he put all of his energy but at the time he thought he would want to try his hand behind the camera after writing so many scripts his thought was. I've written scripts on the cheap. So much can it be that hard to write movies on the cheap so much. The answer is yes. This movie struggled for budget. Fox was very frugal about wanting to give this movie. Anything at the end. I guess it was a big battle with the producers and the studio to studio punishment was. We're going to put you out at the end of summer. August released not good the week after return of the living dead. So you know like if people even wanted to see Zombie movie the much better Zombie Film. They're not going to go to warning sign. This didn't even crack the top twenty disappeared. A blip you wouldn't have known it happened but it was always on cable and I just always saw pieces of it and I wanted to connect to again. I can't say I was excited but I wanted to connect the images in my mind and what they were talking about. It reminded me a lot of andromeda strain that pace the tone the kind of characters that were in it. It felt much more SCIENC- than your average Zombie movie.
"k. sugarland" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
"Welcome to the car lexicon. Podcast keeping psychiatry honest since two thousand and three. I'm Chris Sekine the editor in Chief of the Carlisle Psychiatry report. And I'm Kelly newsom aside campaign and a dedicated reader of every issue SHILPA. People say it's hard to get off the cocaine patients with typical depression. Craven an unknown to say that it's the only thing that makes them feel better lift. Your spirits boosts your energy gives you the refreshment you're looking for pick up a carton tomorrow but a new study calls all that in question. Sugar may actually worsened mood. Not just over the long term but even fifteen to thirty minutes after eating it the finding comes from a Meta analysis of thirty one studies involving nearly thirteen hundred adults and today will interview the lead investigators. Dr Constantinos Men tenses at Humboldt University of Berlin. The first a little background we've known for years that eating too sugar increases depression over the long term that comes from large epidemiologic studies including some that controlled for reverse causation. In other words. There always exists the possibility that people with depressive tendencies are simply more likely to turn to sugar and that could explain this association last year. A meta-analysis ten of those studies found an odds ratio of one point three for sugary beverages on depression. What that means is that consuming. A lot of sweet shrinks raises the risk of depression. By about thirty percent. Those studies were not controlled though and were not likely to see controlled studies of high sugar diet in humans because that would be unethical instead. It's from animal studies that we find confirmation of the sugar depression link and those tell us something about the biology behind that association as well. There are several ways that she'll go. Mike Cost Depression. The first one is a sugar reduces levels of brain derived neurotrophic factor. Bbn F A chemical signaller. That's involved in brain growth. Beady an F. goes down in depression and up with exercise or antidepressant medication. Secondly Sugar Increases Inflammation in obesity. Both of which are linked to depression. Three Suga mess up the metabolic system. It Causes Spikes of insulin and other hormones and ultimately disrupts newer hormones that are linked to depression. Four sugar is addictive and like other addictions it might down regulate the dopamine system over time causing tolerance and Adonia. Oleck a pleasure in depression but none of these findings are really new surprising and just about every medical society from cancer to cardiology has come out against sugar. The American Heart Association has specific recommendations for sugar intake and their limits are in line with good brain health as well as good heart. Health here are their maximum. Daily allowance of added Sugar for Babies Underage. Two Zero added sugar for children to to eighteen. Six teaspoons or twenty five grams of added sugar a day for adult men. It's nine teaspoons or thirty eight grams and for adult women. It's sixty spoons or twenty five grams. Just like it is children so for most of us just drinking half a can of Coca Cola will reach our daily allowance now. Those limits are added sugar since January of twenty twenty nutrition labels are required to list added sugars separately from total sugars because the total sugars contain natural sugars for example part of fruits. That really aren't bad for you. Many of my patients want to reduce their sugar intake. But they say that it's hard to let go of and they're aware of its long-term effects but feel. It does something good in the short term. Some use it to manage stress for others. It's the only thing that they find pleasurable during depression. So I've always assumed the sugar did some good in the short term but always with a long term cost. This new article changes that the authors looked at ten psychological measures and none of improved shortly after eating sugar. Those were alertness calmness contentedness anger confusion depression fatigue tension and vigor as well as overall mood in fact. Alertness and fatigue were slightly worse after eating sugar in the experiments. They had people answer questions about how they felt as well as undergo neuropsychological tests after consuming. His sugary beverage or a placebo. The sugary beverage usually contain glucose. Sucrose fructose some kind of natural sugar and the Placebo was an artificial sugar one with no nutritional or caloric content. Wait a minute is the placebo. Sweet couldn't that improve mood and concentration? I mean when he was dopamine light up when they drink artificial sweeteners. Surprisingly artificial sweeteners don't light up. Dopamine like sugar does that comes from imaging studies of the brain's reward circuitry. But you're right Kelly that just anticipating sugar or tasting sweetness might conceivably improved concentration. And they're actually a handful of studies where they had people swish sugar in their mouth and spit it out without swallowing and afterwards they did better on cognitive tests but the study were looking at today is really about ingesting sugar. And it's asking whether eating a carb rich meal or sugary meal really gives us the energy rush. That lifts our mood and concentration. The way we think does okay. So if sugar makes you feel a little worse in the short term and a lot worse in the long term. Why do we keep eating? It returned to Dr Montana's to answer some of those questions. He wasn't able to speak with us by phone but he kindly sent us written replies tar questions today at the role of Dr Man tenses and read his replies while Kelly does the interview data. Matanzas tell us what your study showed. What are the practical implications that we can agree into alpes? Our goal was to look into the sugar rush hypothesis. The idea that consuming sugar can improve mood increase our alertness and make us less tired. However we discovered with our meta-analysis that sugar ingestion does not seem to improve any aspect of mood. Interestingly we found that people who are given sugar reported feeling less alert and more tired within the first hour after its consumption compared with those who were given a non sugar sweetener our study focused exclusively on healthy adults over the age of eighteen so more studies and Meta analyses should be conducted to understand how sugar consumption might affect mood in clinical populations. Is this just about sugar or does it apply to simple carbs like bread and pass Sta in this first study? We only looked into sugar consumed alone not in combination with other nutrients. We do not currently know how mood is affected by combinations of carbohydrates with other nutrients such as protein fat or fiber. We definitely need more experimental studies and Meta analyses to see what happens when carbohydrates are combined with those nutrients however we are currently working on a second meta-analysis investigating how combinations of sugar with caffeine for example might affect mood and I think that this is of great interest both for scientists and the public because sugar is often consumed alongside caffeine. For example in energy drinks did the result. Surprise you in anyway just like most of us. I grew up believing in the idea that sugar can make you more alert and alleviate fatigue however going through the literature we realized that most studies in recent years have not found any evidence to support this idea and this seemed to be very consistent pattern across the vast majority of recent studies. It was a striking realization. Especially considering that most people genuinely believed that consuming sugar will make them feel better and more alert. They actually reached for sugary drinks to improve their mood. If she doesn't have an acute benefit a mood or energy what is left to explain why people are so drawn to eating it. This is an interesting point that we have not had the chance to address in the present study unfortunately of course consumption of sugar can be very pleasurable for many people but I think that the reason people feel sugar can improve their mood. Is that sugar? Consumption might often coincide with people spending time with family and friends and performing fun activities or for example rewarding themselves with the sugary. Treat after a Job. Well done the mood. Improvement in that case might be associated with the social or fun aspect of the activity rather than the consumption of sugar itself but when it comes to sugar consumption in controlled laboratory settings. It looks like it might even lead to a negative mood limitation to your study. Is that it focused on healthy adults. Is it possible that shook a might have different cute effects in depression? What do we know about that? That is correct. There is a theory suggesting that conditions such as depression and anxiety can make patients crave and over consume foods that are rich in carbohydrates and fat research has suggested these groups might be over consuming carbohydrates as a way of improving their mood so it could be that examining the effects of sugar. Consumption in clinical populations might yield completely different results. But again this is something that future research should address. What advice would you give someone who's about to take a four hour exam and wants to eat something for breakfast? That will help them. Maintain THEIR FOCUS and energy. I think the first thing I would suggest would be a good night's sleep in terms of breakfast would suggest consuming something balanced. I am not a nutritionist. But I think that food's like fresh vegetables and whole grains could provide the necessary energy during a long exam anything else you'd like us to know although our study very clearly shows that sugar does not improve mood. A lot of people still find it enjoyable so I would never say something like people should give up sugar. Altogether a balanced diet is extremely important. But as long as we are mindful and careful about how much sugar we consume indulging in sugary treats. Every once in awhile is not such a big deal but if we are reaching for sugary drinks and beverages to combat fatigue and increase our alertness. This would not be the best idea..
Sugarland Plot Summertime There Goes the Neighborhood Tour
"Hi this is America but this one is that paid by sugar land what's that Taylor swift help right with them do you like them you like you're going Hey I was used to make fun of the singer's voice with my sister because she is a very interesting sound but yeah I mean they're pretty popular yeah he is a call back to the band's sixth studio album bigger as they promised a new chapter in fresh music coming up later this year so if you want to see the full list of on sale dates for this tour at least as it's been arranged at this point you go to sugar land music dot com Chevrolet music dot com for there goes the neighborhood or was this is there by themselves as a summary of the evidence of our land on the night
Women Shine at the 2019 CMAs
"CMA awards are known as country. Music's biggest night at the third annual award show last evening the stated focus was celebrating legendary women in country music but for many fans of Country Countries Superstar Carrie Underwood who's also a long running host of the ceremony. The night was a bit of a letdown. Here's Nashville based NPR music critic. Ann Manpower's the status of women in country. Music is a hot topic in Nashville. These days and it has been since two thousand fifteen when Keith Hill who radio consultant made some comments since that gave rise to the phenomenon known as Tomato Gate or salad gate. He basically said that the reason that women were not often played on country radio. Oh is because they were the tomatoes in the salad of country music just there for an accent. Unfortunately the data backs up. What Hill was saying? It's shocking looking how little there played compared to men so there's been a grassroots movement activist groups like change. The conversation down here is it's a big one that have really fought back against this and women are organizing women artists organizing and one way that people respond to these kinds of challenges. Challenges is to mess with award shows. Because you know what John. It's easier to mess with an award show then to mess with the radio format. Sadly yeah I saw on the red carpet Jennifer nettles from the band Sugarland War Cape. That said play our expletive records. Did that message carry out into the show in terms of what people we're saying as they were picking up awards. Oh definitely a one. High Point was when Casey mass graves one for female artists of the year. She gave really heartfelt acceptance speech where she talked about. How female energy is important? Not just for country music but for the earth right now. It's kind of like Greta tune. Bergen Komo moments. But you know that vibe ran through the night in the way that the hosts spoke the evening was hosted by three women usually it's hosted by Carrie underwood and Brad Paisley. But instead of Brad we had to legends of Country Music Reba mcentire and Dolly Parton three women hosting the CMA's Ama's your lucky and definitely surfaced. When women won awards I I guess one or two of the dudes mentioned something to I think Dan Shea The duo who won I think they made a comment about how wonderful it was to see. So many women
Police arrest stepfather of 4-year-old Maleah Davis
"The man who was watching over four year old Malia Davis before she vanished has been arrested after blood evidence was found in his apartment near Houston. Police say the blood match that of the little girl they arrested the twenty six year old man yesterday says correspondent Sally mom, new Davis, stepfather Darien, Vince, once a person of interest in the case of the missing girl now facing charges on Saturday morning, Vince was arrested in Sugarland at a relative's home and shark with tampering with evidence. Namely, a human core sense used to live with a girl.
Search Suspended for Missing 4-Year-Old Maleah Davis Due to Weather
"Whether temporarily suspending the search for missing Houston four-year-old prompted an amber alert last weekend tech secretary says the reins of flooded out places they were planning to search for little Malea Davis. Search and rescue groups say the weather is greatly limiting accessibility. But they are promised to restart the searches soon as they possibly can Davis was reported missing last Friday when her stepfather claimed he was attacked and knocked unconscious by three men. Sugarland police though, say stepdad's story has changed several times and Houston police say he's now a person of interest in
Millions of Americans incorrectly think they have food allergies
"Then we need that. I'll demostrating Russia cars has been making big improvements to the technology from a particular point in a city, and then they can go to the airport within a few minutes. He says engineers are currently designing flying cars that we could actually use the next fifteen to twenty years giambra new. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h the roller coaster ride on Wall Street has some retirement investors, worried Sugarland private wealth adviser, Derek Kenny doesn't think there is cause for great concern, but long as jobs number state good and housing stays Bader at best we expect to see the economy along, but we're not going to set records in two thousand nineteen is best recommendation for your retirement account, trying to add a little more to it a Houston brewery claims the partial government shutdown is interfering with its planned release of new products late last year, eighth wonder brewery announced it was becoming a distillery as well. They created a vodka and gin, but before they could get the proper federal approval for their new white, brandy and run the shutdown came along on Wall Street. The Dow is now up one fifty the NASDAQ up twenty nine s and p five hundred up lemon oil at forty nine sixty five. Now,
NBC, Muller And James Comey discussed on Glenn Beck
"Whitaker and would oversee Muller's investigation. If confirmed reportedly said the Muller inquiry was based on a fatally misconceived theory that would damage the presidency bar reportedly sent the document dated June eight to deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein writing that he thought his views may be useful. The journal says bar was concerned about whether Trump obstructed Justice in requesting then FBI director James Comey to drop an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn and by later firing Comey because bar believed the president had acted within his authority Mike Bauer. NBC News Radio. The legal battle continues over what to do the remains of dozens of former slaves scuppered at a Texas construction side this week Ajaj was asked to give the go-ahead to bury the ninety five bodies. Elsewhere. So work can continue with the and Sugarland family and friends who remembering a twelve year old boy who was shot and killed while on his own porch and Bridgeport Connecticut Tuesday night vigil was held last night with loved one sharing memories at the boy, his father. Carlton Howell is devastated. You don't tell nobody. He don't is a good kid police say twelve year old Clinton how it was in front of his own home on Willis street with others when someone drove by and opened fire. Detectives don't believe how was the intended target. They're trying to determine if there was an ongoing dispute between the shooter and someone else on the porch. No one's in custody. But they say they have developed a strong person of interest sue Guzman NBC, News Radio, New York, and George Soros is the financial times twenty eighteen person of the year, the outlet praise the billionaire financier for the values. He represents calling him the standard bearer of liberal, democracy and open society, the British publication notes. He does this despite being the near daily target of antisemitic attacks and conspiracy theories. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. Take
Nashville, Sugarland and Dan discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Latest from nashville and hollywood amy's thirty seconds skinny taylor swift made a surprise appearance at nashville's bluebird cafe on saturday night still stories informed songs even drink little fireball whiskey it's all going to be part of a documentary that they're doing and honor of the clubs thirty fifth anniversary sugarland finally revealed the release date of their first new album in seven years it's going to be called beggar and it's coming out june i'm amy better second skinny jannine shade tell us about dan's awkward proposal to his wife addie we're out of the beach okay the ring in the sand it was nearly dark times you drop during in san accidentally accidentally it wasn't like i you know i wrote like big letters in the sand and she walked out of the it wasn't anything like that wasn't wasn't romantic buried in the sand with just my hands to tease the bobby bones show have you had your morning cup of coffee well then you gotta grab some west rock coffee there maze of land is a best seller it's great hotter iced and it means good morning and rwanda where the company i started we keep it around the studio at all times so grab some for yourself it's your local kroger on amazon or west drop coffee dot com hello beautiful i'm amy eric founder.
Should Canada be exempt from Trump's steel tariffs?
"Us for sugarland this week on morning edition and all things considered on wnyc it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep every day day after day the united states and canada do about one and a half billion dollars worth of business some of that crossborder business is in steel and aluminum canada is the top exporter of both those medals to the united states so many canadians were alarmed when president trump announced plans to impose tariffs on imported aluminum and steel on wednesday white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders offered some reassurance near our potential carveouts for next the choline canada based on national security and possibly other countries as well but nobody knows exactly what the president will sign so we've called can newman the canadian national director of the united steelworkers union to the program thanks for having me what are you members thinking about these tariffs what we're very much concerned has been a bit of a rollercoaster you know we have twenty two thousand the direct steel jobs in canada which indirect after another hundred and twenty thousand and so these are all good middle class job within the we've always had a long history ah in the u s a in regards to the integrated market as you started the show saying the billion dollars crosses our borders every single day on this in fact that could disrupt that the longstanding process and we've always been a good neighbour and um we've lobbied hard with the leo jordan others who say that look a candle should be exempt that we're not we're not the bad actual this raises an interesting question because you are part of the afl cio the usbased labor organization and i wonder if it's awkward for you that that organisation is supporting these tariffs while i think that is a mess conception of uh i know richard comcast come out than welcomed the news of trying truth i get rid of the cheaters and the bad actors than has basically decimated the lot of the cloak north american industry not just in the us and canada he's not tethered any point matter of fact i know he's confirmed that he does not support to catch a he does not see canada's abed actor in canada should not be included those terrible trump could we should mention is the head of the afl cio.
"k. sugarland" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
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"k. sugarland" Discussed on Bobbycast
"Glad i had to the back be with me plane that was due to tara granahan cornea solely new'digital a muted chang match good jews com eight prisoners nearly two league myth so the rhythm is view holding a meat accorded him that i can open my own door think music is beautiful when they generally sadly janner but swearing at it twice or there and i can shoot catch me as funny you can hear that i mean you're so i i would never heard that never happened in the right here in your left ear which yeah man here that i'll be honest with a different level i didn't i didn't do the ohyama law those zouqi i learned to make records by listening and headphones so it's a good rule that if you see my name on an album either as an artist or as a producer our writer even but mostly is nursing supervisor you should take that minute to put on the big headphones big princess leia ones and listen because i left you secret slow he strikes yeah down pray in so many when you hear this he will listen to pike aspirin years after but as we do the sugarland about to go out on the big tore yes and i'll be coming pressure on becoming sugarland and you have frankie ballard and claire bowing out and you have lenzi ero and you have randy clark who is one of my absolute favorite i love brandy also lending but front spoken reasons to give a brandy clark movement that she is good people i bought rain is great man i'm excited about our openers you a little bit tom's openers for about three years we just never gave up on.
"k. sugarland" Discussed on Bobbycast
"And i couldn't be more confused as to how to ever perform these songs live like i i remember calling you and saying i just recorded something i could never play because i don't know how to do it it was like aretha franklin sworn section and jill scott sworn section in the like justin timberlake neither directors in there and and and i mean it was insane what was happening and uh i love the fact that it felt like i was comes so out of control i was discovering my songs through the fingers and the miles and the rhythms of people that were complete strangers to me and it made so much sense so in a lot of ways um it felt like a lot like when i had imagined paul simon felt like when he may grisly a lake you took songs that you knew in a place that you didn't know and you stopped holding on to it some tightly and you started to discover what's going on around you and when you say that you that record it's like a diamonds and how to songs starts i mean i i have that there are things on this of the set of recordings that i just did that i don't know how it up well i don't know what is going to come out but i listen i i can't wait to share it with everyone and i hope it happens this this calendar year million pieces reports uh it'll start to to happen especially with the new attention on shirliann i'm sure people start digging backwards through our catalogues and our solo records and things and start to really assimilate and i may be able to play some of these i mean if i can physically do it um play some of these on while we're on tour him i'm just super excited so paint eufor be for supporting watching on on allies under what i was i like you but if it wasn't good on the board under the by i appreciate that and you got to like don't play the ones that saw yeah i i i try not to drive.
"k. sugarland" Discussed on Bobbycast
"But i will say that uh before this shirley for hakeem i finished my next solo album which is now sitting here rate waiting and i cannot wait to play it for people i can't do that yet but um holy smokes i had no idea um that all the stuff was going to land on top of each other but i'm very grateful but i'll tell you this much and i i love it because i i like it that you're the only one who kinda gets his information on um i got encouraged by my wonderful manager earlier in uh in in my publisher tom a stigma butchered a julie and the two of them since her i played a show and for of july this past year and i got asked to do it by the guys that i said on a grammy board in atlanta with an egghead name j fly who's the a drummer in our b like huge such an driver and he also there's like bobby brown all sorts of people and he said chretien will you please come out and play i keep asking you every year but we you and your brother please come out and play by 4th of july show it's on television in its downtown centennial park and i was like absolutely jim i had no excuse this year i was like okay j how come 'cause i really did need to and i i had been busy the other years and this year i was free and there was no reason i shouldn't do that uh but i told him as a jay you know i can't imagine that you know sixty thousand after american people are going to know trailer hitch or baby girl so what do you want me to play a i'm trying to be entertaining for you i wanna i wanna reflect well on you helped me and he's like oh.
"k. sugarland" Discussed on Bobbycast
"Fifty eight again also so that was pretty excited by kevan griffin wrote that song with you and and i have to say that i attribute our drummer trams mcnabb i've referenced a couple of times our conversation with travis was originally who helped me and billy pilgrim in our record deal and then he went on to play in a being called the beggars were maybe using seven simon's then he worked with me and all my recordings and then he went on to be in the beggars many went join better nezri for fifteen years and i called him at some point when cheerily into kinda graduated in into kenny chesney stadium jones and said hey man you're not going to believe what i'm doing now but i have a country ban and i could really use your drumming awesomeness i see that better than others is not on the chart to me more what are you doing and he was like oh well i'll come audition and so he came an audition and eventually gone off the job right and so i've always felt a little terrible that i had taken bestowed the drummer as a right and uh so at some point kavan uh travis turn representing hey look let me let kevin pichu songs will jennifer and are writing credible machine all by ourselves were not gonna take health at storms and if i if i open it up to that i got a call bobby pence in identical all these people you know that had been on our records that a very small amount writers that we have written with come take taking money off their table if i don't allow them in and if i get one guy in and it happens to be the all rock guy i they're gonna kill me i'm just starting to make friends you know he said we'll just let me pitch having pitch one thing i said we'll make sure it's not a full so long and make sure that um if we if we don't like it we don't have to take it and if we do leg day we can write it to make it fit and sugar me cause.
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"We we we went in and filmed two passes our three passes and jennifer was on edge in her personal life at the time and she disturbed weeping is the crying real absolutely real and i got an upset the director of a of a guerrilla thick where are you making her do this and let everybody and she's the come okay i'm okay i'm okay i'm okay and then there is a second path of the video and then is countless lives stops thing in at some point and we didn't have a chance to do anything other than what you just saw and now the people at the label loved it because he was so real and then as i said they senator the record company you are the radio stations and i think the video is what really hope that the programmers get on board um i hope forever grateful mean cheese that's from one other grammy in oic let's unreal the video two sets with me and as it i will and now that i know story the video so awesome guys you're broke yeah well i mean it was the end of what was going to happen a we were supposed to just go make another record and i'm so happy that that song had when it had because it it creates this thing that i see a lot now which is you get momentum on something i come a grim crusher something like i was i was telling those guys like you guys got one you got one of those because you're next one is going to be all of the fuel that that would generate you will burn on your next rocket stage and it.
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"There was this to me incredible hall between us finishing the last note and people clapping there is nothing it was like dead and i watched tim mcgraw and faith hill stand up and they were dead center in that room and they stood up and started clapping and then every f in my mind they guilt in every one of them what are you now i've been looking back what are you a sign that silence to that britain what what are you a sign it is a huge amount of adrenalin and shame and worry like you know adrenaline slows down your perception so i think we hit the last note and i didn't know if we sucked or if we hadn't or of me sounded good of didn't i didn't know anything about performing on television light brown and sure enough you know people talk about that day as oh that's when we found out who you were that one i i remember the shooting whenever it that's something i remember seeing her on with no shoes knows like hot that's really cool they seem like normal folks well we were just that allow that small and it wasn't i can drive thing i guess she was just was anxious as someone else yet still did it oh yeah wasn't on purpose but i mean if you put in your head amina i try to remind new artist of this all the time that you can close the cmrs and seven hours earlier you are in your hotel room trying to do computer programming in order to pay your bills 'cause you're forty thousand dollars in the whole like that's real that's going to happen and you're going to have to make those choices early on we didn't take publishing deals we didn't take anything in how we just went the long way and sometimes as the right choice is not always the right choice for everyone especially not today but at the time that's what it is so there's this kind of authenticity to the song being performed by bites valuable who actually do umbro at this at the real guarantee of ordu here's the i right um but in retrospect a you know i we didn't have a number one song into our second album subtle hits on that on the first vote on the first record yet had what target over this we add baby girl and then we had.
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"Uh i had george straight was pull in an autumn money in a billy current and was the new signing and you know like very rude it was very interesting at the time and i knew how to stay off their radar to keep from draining their coffers 'cause i had learned at ten years earlier probably had to do it just for your own sake tenures early yet went yeah and we didn't we didn't take an advance really you know we didn't take to her support we we never took evening from lee will have one of the few bans that i think at that label um got checks which makes it easier to spend money on your for not taking money already yeah i wanted that was my idea that's what i'd learned in the nineties was all my education which i acquire you know i absorbed everything about how to be in the record business as as early as i could and got out of college and applied that knowledge as fast as i could and by the time we got here they were still in the business of spending money but they just didn't have to spend it on us so after that song runs its course and puts you guys on the map where did it what it peak number two was there's a moment you can do this you can have this moment if he won it get online kuna youtube dive in shirley inflamed baby girl day cnn's and you will see people who are broke.
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"So the song takes if d that is a fifty two weeks for the sake of the store that also to credit your label because i wasn't evolved that costs money home to continue pushing a song and not only that it takes their heart being in it to go we know this song is moving slow but we have faith and not only the song but the band and there's something to be said about commitment these days in a creative industry and even it is us fifty years of something to be said about there so did you feel like okay they they hammer back a bit like they sat and pushed us for fifty weeks to records at a radio stations well i was i was impressed i had i've really had quite a run with record the president i was signed by may turnover well i'll send muhammad oregon to munich records with his very first female amr person was jennifer stark and she she she she's one who sign billy police it was in in lieu of uncle to below our guest they didn't accept the deal which you're that all that yazar the ball back in a neighbor came wilkau insomnia duffin and now we you know we were the second choice but i have to say that the commitment that i learned from those employees and the the habits i learned in on um translated so when i i got to mercury in and it was luke lewis in and an all of the people that worked there at the time they were into making artists they were not into you making singles and i understood that it made sense you know um shen i twain was the big winner on that label when we signed an.
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"The first record on aware which was room for square of yet and in the one before that was kind of the one had dug the sweatshirt sorry i as i want to uh yeah the jumper and after blocked his brandon right working on that your brother he worked on both those regress anam so that's that was the world i was in it was kinda trying to help new artist get started m m on the coattails whenever billy program is able to go forward and that's how i knew jennifer as she was an opening act for billy pct as jennifer and had also as jennifer nettles bannon before that it was a duo she was him and then they broke operation and then she went on by herself to keep making money in the atlanta scene and i had a major league record deal flowers of was a big feather in the cap from down there you they didn't hand out like candy i paid him here it was one at a time so we were after the black crowes and before sean molins actually we would have been right after black rose and then collective soul then billy pilgrim then sean then john mayor then back to sugarland then bazala the same four blocks seattle summit it's all right it all in one space and if you go backwards it was the indigo girls and then it was um michelle malone and dragged the river and the new then you're kind of moving towards athens like arianna 52s our young play lawn and those those banned and maybe after us there was hope for in summer which was ago a more athens atlanta bannon more old but did this are looking for bands in that area since there were success is a lot of the sound was you seattle which is the one that you ally when that seattle's on happens in nerve on it turns all the hair bands into now it's grunge and they go find pearl jam they go find out they found let's start to search the scene for more do they do that in atlanta to where they have a few.
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"That's my friend ellis paul your he background but on the lead singer on this is again being in down black hand of god as zad the deputy textures did you sing loosing different in the middle and i was 22 okay but i've always at a raspy quality mobilised when i was worried that country music wasn't gonna take it it wasn't going to accept my raspy voice in at the time billy pogrom was kind of in its waning years we had had a really pretty good run of it uh you know hundreds of thousands of records for us was giant and we've been on tour around the world like i will but for melissa etheridge for a couple of years and we had opened for bob dylan and bakken tump having all these bands riot and learned how to travel the world playing arenas and i wasn't even twenty six yard 127 and uh so i had a terrible tragedy my mom died uh the night flew the planes into the building's um we i've been working on other people's career we'd hoped john john get started now and sean moans joe mayor yeah germany that he had moved to atlanta he had wanted to add at the time and with your clay he was when i met him he in klay were working in my brother and worked on that first record for them and then worked on john's first record um and are based player from billy pilgrim was day foggier while some identifies record devi like the ep as i'd wants out or over squares which which um.
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"And of fifty two years of football not weeks but a year that football i take fifty dollars off any item from over one hundred bucks i'm sleep number which by the way the pillars are awesome there to sleep number dot com slash big game to get your fifty two dollars coupon now through february fourth again sleep number dot com slash big game so i don't really know the origin of you you guys coming together surely is interesting beginning you know if you put it in time um i ha i was signed a record deal in atlantic records to new york as a rock act like a folk rock to act called the leapfrogs and we were a mart kind of a critics darling and for us we were a huge success but compared to our label'made which were like match boxed when he was signed the same time we were and who in both fish and and now uh a at roland and collect also and those guys that we're all at in was all out of the southeast at the exact same time and are banned in rhode stone loved it the review of our first album is in the kurt cobain issue while a died while so if you ever want to go read my first banned first national review it was in that issue you can find it oh yeah filatov over here the fbi has insomnia with the vogel situation you that's amazing and and my partner andrew was also singer and.
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"You know it's i've been doing this for very long time in it's very rare that you find likeminded people within the same work that you do or an likeminded for me also includes this um passion with dr of things that you want to do in our it's like i wake up in the morning and i feel like there's just not enough time left to right all the songs on one right or to do all the things i want to do an iconic get that off of you and him around you i i get that phelan light and i may be wrong from being presumptuous but you gotta lot you know that you're that you're it feels like i in my imagination that you want to jump into i give it my retiming of you be like yala's make a move like it hey you wanna go is you know to we have enough money with let's buy a ticket on space x you know let you know whatever it is driver therapist you now me but i like that about and i i you know emphasize hoover suspicious of human beings uh after doing this long enough that not everyone intentions are out in front of them are always little bit guarded and your intentions are always in front so i i appreciate that about you you know it's funny to as i was mixing kti before we start might can you turn the air down a metal hut near and mr bush is on a coat and i wanna make sure i'm in my french provincial outfit huddling l a vest under a nice jackyl it's actually stitched into the jal at the jaguar the best built in how about that very lazily french secret leonard's ankle french up here we'll french what did you today to be so dressed up and look i even put on my leopard glass my kind of leopard reading glasses i was helping tyler far pick songs for his new record them producing and i thought that the way i would intimidate the song pitchers on the other side of the table was to bring my pencils and mike pence will sharpen her and dress this way today this is the opposite of tyler far in indonesia act on just quietly sharpen my pencils to find.
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"No would be so much fun dean john episode want to red eye i'll how i'll there how bad turns down we'll against i was cursor bush but frigidaire by for listening in michalski does music drag that for like eating something newman had built like a zombie moving yelling at friday because of what steps the one hundred here we go i walk up to the biggest episode in the history of our podcast two reasons yep two reasons one it's our 100episode oh yes oh my god we say earned durable digits we were going to do some sort of special for one hundred dishonest gouging and i said well christian is going to come up in the next few weeks ago so we saved episode one hundred because i wanted it to be you and and that is why so it's our and i've always said who are 100 or something now no everybody in the room is it appropriate thing not so much but you can have had i guess we get your edens judge dr i've always said to myself you're not a legitimate podcast that has proven that you will say the test of time until you hit one hundred episodes you can vanceowen but you needed a hundreds of people trust that you're going to be there and so we have over a hundred hours of content of artist producers songwriters and this is our one hundred so we're officially today were a real yes that's right we are real podcast yup.
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"Hi this is very special episode for us epso 100 i always said from the infancy stages of this podcast at once we hit one hundred we are officially a podcast though after this episode concluded christian bush we will be a real podcasts than i thank you all for listening to this day making a big and relatives speak big am i deep good job my friend in a long way been been added since the beginning bought all the equipment then tell the company will are doing it might set it up in two houses and here we are at though one advocate nothing where met with our inclusive in a second but just want to say thank you so much for listening we try to get on songwriters of producers and artists and our long conversations can't hear anywhere else i think we've been able to do that and check out just go through it checkout amiram more it's chris stapleton and ross copper man shane mack and now you're so many the stories of on stories we've tried to bring that to you even john notes from hauling oats you know we've had a john mayor plus a lot of wants to earn in the format to so i want to say that on the nashville podcast network and here we are upset 100 we also have a network of shows like to encourage you to check out good company with jay going like to encourage you to check out gigging out with christian push which is not even music really it is about people get out of a things whisky referendum were the guests on whisky wrath do a show from chicago by country music hands advance perspective so thank you for letting students special music rep's a one hundred paul dominant he'd this idea that i've got to get your do we are at the so onetonne drink beer er repre so one hundred days.
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"I heard gain him oh of all a third and again the so aggrieved warner room reuters sugarland this is chicken was destroy you sugarland get messed up yeah parts is delaying yeah yeah man i grant you know something i used to wanna move to sugarland sodas houses man the dimap leagues hand out there great golf that was one point term were actually considered libanan whose who uses nightstand i remember that steve moneghetti remember assure yes of course i was actually considering living in his 'cause i've always liked the city of houston we had a club and used in america we had i i loved it down there nine the man i could go to the galleria nearly lousy gallery a new but not at this level that's worth moving now i was frame was bank did took mostly black you walk black mall in houston that was the shops oh jio rotating get out called it gedo wa i went down there and i was in there would you were look at him just all opinion now god jobs town mall one hosted after arena theater i'll go with albright the pink suit there i was at that show dog i had all well kato's i show what are you came after we had to walk down to mandate we need amenable i showed ask yeah deal there arenas in on mejatto paint it was it was not never seen pink altogether on a land committed to find all but our final paint gators has shaw not at the hillary and hours highly admired the bloomberg yes tom you didn't go there could you you wouldn't old enough we go i heard at kanombe money all right the engine the whole jill your push me i'm going any well our go tell our poll you will war he's here's steve intiatives smith ladies and gentlemen our voice of authority our voice of facts and understanding of the intellect one of the sharp is a good news people in all of radio venture to say the sharpest ladies and gentlemen our very own miss an trip as loan thank you very much steve.