31 Burst results for "Kurt Cobain"

Are Depressed Musicians Starting a New '28 Club' for Being Sad?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Are Depressed Musicians Starting a New '28 Club' for Being Sad?

"Here's another young millionaire unhappy with the life they chose. Remember I told you a few weeks ago, Shawn Mendes needed to stop his tour for mental health check. And then it was Justin Bieber who had to put a stop to his tour because he needed a break and the mental health he didn't feel right. He was tired, he's 28. Were you ever tired of 28 years old? Then there was Demi Lovato last week saying, you know, she hates this touring, and she's probably gonna stop doing this after this tour, you know, and I can't do this anymore. And now the latest one is Halsey. You know Halsey? She's a cutie. Halsey's a real cutie and a great singer. She revealed that sometimes she wonders if she chose the wrong life after confessing that she feels a deep sadness, obviously this article was written with the day them pronouns. I will not say them. Halsey is a female, and that's what I'm going to refer to as. She said, I find that often there's a deep sadness inside me that no amount of worldly pleasure can touch a loneliness, an emptiness. I wonder often if I chose the wrong life for myself, and the weight of it is suffocating, I'm sorry that melancholy has penetrated my art in a way that hasn't served a greater purpose other than my own self loathing. I'm approaching my 28th birthday in a week and just now exhaling and gasping for air for the first time since I took a single breath in this new life at 18, a breath that was meant to sustain me for a decade. What the fuck is she talking about? You're 28 years old. You've got millions. What are you quitting for? Is this the new magic age? At least Janis Joplin and Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, and others checked out in 27. Is this what happens when you turn 28 if you're in music?

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:49 min | 2 months ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Worship. A life. I left laugh very much indeed. His passion for life comes through so vividly throughout this movie. We have this archetype of the tortured genius. And Bowie, so often talks about making the most of each day about savoring experience, do you think his life disproves the idea that to create great art you have to suffer? I think that Bowie created some of the best music of his life. Towards the end of his life and I'm not referring to blacks I'm referring to outside in heathens and reality. And he was probably at the most peaceful and serene place. So not necessarily. No, I don't think so. He found a different entry point to access his creativity. One thing he said that really jumped out to me was by enjoying the process you create a dream come true. It's beautiful, isn't it? And it's also the opposite of the tortured genius. Right? It's not like starving bully yourself into producing something great. It's like relish it. Yeah, I mean, when I was trying to figure out how to structure a non biographical experience, I was absolutely traumatized and tortured. Because I had no idea how to do it. I mean, just be more like Bowie Well, we shall be more like Bowie. But unfortunately, we're not all born with some of those gifts. In your life, how did immersing yourself in all things Bowie for years change you? Like did he show up in your dreams? Did you start quoting him at dinner parties? How did you emerge different? Well, right at the beginning of the project, I was in pre-production for a pilot at marvel. And we were gathering all of the materials from David's archive. And I had a massive heart attack. I flatlined, I was in a coma for a week. And the first thing I said to the surgeon when I regained consciousness and someone told me it was a Saturday was, I have to be on work on Monday. And I pulled the plugs out two days later, and for the next four months, acted like nothing had happened to me. I was totally out of control. And it was from that station that I began to absorb and experience the Bowie archive. And I was trying to figure out how to put my life together and how to find some sort of balance in how I was living my life. And here was David kind of offering me this guide to how to lead a more balanced and fulfilling life in this age of chaos and fragmentation. And not only was I recovering from my heart attack, but we were in a pandemic when I was constructing the film. So I was totally isolated for two years. And because of the heart attack, before the vaccines came out, I couldn't be around anyone, including my children. So I was physically locked in a building by myself trying to make a film about artists whose stock and trade was being created in isolation. And I started to receive those messages. I knew that I would never direct fiction again. That I was not going to put my family at risk like that. And I needed to find another way to approach my work. I need to find another entry point. So David impact on my life and my art, it's very unlikely I'll never make another music film. And it's very unlikely that I will make another archival film, and I wondered if this is just one among many like, oh, you know, you did Kurt Cobain, you did David Bowie, you'll do the next one, or if this is a fundamental turning point for you. If this is some kind of, I don't know, mountaintop. It's not the mountaintop because I don't know if this film is any better than anything else I've created, but what I do know is that I feel too comfortable and safe in my editor. Bowie says you have to swim out till your feet can't touch the bottom anymore. So I swam into the Arctic for this film. So I think this was absolutely the most challenging assignment of my career and to try to do it again when serving much. So I'm taking my cues, my inspirations from David. And I have a new kind of possessed for work and for life and for family and for what time I have left. Well, I hate to put you in this position, but would you like to choose a track for us to go out on? I think you should go out with conversation face

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

04:44 min | 7 months ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"On this day 1980 Newman released a touring principle. The first long form rock video to be made commercially available in the UK. This is a sad one. On this day in 1983, the pretenders bass play a Pete find and died from a drug overdose. He was sacked from the group on June 14th, 1982, two days before pretenders guitarist James Scott was found dead of heart failure, finding was the midst of forming a new band with former clash, drummer topper head and when he died. I wonder how that would have worked though. Probably not well. Don't usually work, yeah. They don't usually work. Phil Kelly and I saw the original pretend as they were ferocious band. They were unbelievable back then. That band was never the same. I mean, you know, they still enjoyed popularity. But nothing like that original lineup. They were a ferocious, unbelievable, incredibly talented man. Damn shame. Stay away from drugs, kids. Yeah. On this day in 1994, Kurt Cobain was cremated. Okay. For Cobain. Stay away from drugs, kids. Yeah, yeah. On this day in 1995, burr lives died. Like burl eyes, bad overdose. Stay away from drugs, kids. Stay away from bananas or something. Stay away from spam and mayonnaise sandwiches. 1999, Anthony Newley died. See, we grew up with these guys, though. That's what's strange, right? We grew.

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:12 min | 8 months ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning suspected shooter Frank R James faces federal terrorism charges for the attack in the subway Tuesday He was arrested in the East Village yesterday afternoon Police said he still don't know his motive We used every resource at our disposal We were able to shrink his world quickly There was nowhere left for him to run I'm Michael hill It's morning edition from NPR and WNYC The CDC wants everyone to keep wearing masks while using public transit for at least a couple more weeks many music venues can get insurance protection to cover them in a pandemic and Kurt Cobain's guitar from nirvana's smells like teen spirit video goes up for auction It's Thursday April 14th the news is next Live from NPR news in Washington on core of a Coleman a Russian military ship in the Black Sea has been badly damaged and the crew evacuated There are conflicting reports over what happened Russia says ammunition aboard the vessel blew up and triggered a fire Ukrainian officials are claiming the ship was hit by two Ukrainian missiles neither report on the cause has been confirmed Some European allies have joined President Biden in accusing Russia of committing war crimes in Ukraine Biden went further this week saying it was genocide against Ukrainians Some western nations are looking at the potential for future war crimes trials against Russia NPR's Ryan Lucas says there are a few venues where these could be held One option would be the International Criminal Court which has opened an investigation the U.S. is not party to the court so that complicates things a bit But there are Ukraine's courts of course which have jurisdiction here And there's also the possibility of courts in some European countries whose laws allow national authorities to prosecute international crimes NPR's Ryan Lucas reporting President Biden travels to North Carolina today to talk about his plans to create jobs and rebuild the nation's infrastructure NPR's winter Johnston has more White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden will travel to Greensboro to talk more in depth about his administration's plan to address rising inflation That means stronger supply chains more manufacturing jobs and lower prices for consumers as we break up the bottlenecks like semiconductor chips that have driven inflation over the last year 473,000 manufacturing jobs have already been created on the president's watch He wants to build on that success In a speech this week Biden said that he's doing everything in his power by executive orders to bring down prices He said that includes authorizing the release of 1 million barrels of oil a day from the strategic petroleum reserve for the next 6 months Windsor Johnston NPR news New York City police have arrested the suspect from Tuesday's attack on a subway car 23 people were hurt and ten of them were shot and bears Jasmine gars reports police have detained suspect Frank James New Yorkers feeling tense about riding the subway Welcomed the news from mayor Eric Adams Marcelo New.

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:43 min | 11 months ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Life Our faith in government will maybe members of Congress should not be trading stocks when their members of Congress Let's talk about it today after four John Howell WLS AMA 90 You're listening to the Dan bungie no show Damn 24/7 at bongino dot com Gosh I love music so much Ever since I'm a kid Nirvana man That guy you know he took his own life Kurt Cobain What a shame He wasn't incredibly talented guy I go back sometimes and I listen to us It smells like teen spirit And I think I don't know What's the best song They're all you know so many great songs no best but for sheer rock out value I'm telling you I don't think I've listened to that as good but I don't think I've ever listened to a better rock and roll So that grungy era was amazing before everybody lost their mind and became crazy liberals I mean you listen to go back and listen to some of Courtney Love stuff at whole and Pearl Jam before they turned into libs and you know Rage Against the Machine who are always libs Now they are the machine That's the hilarious part Rage Against the Machine We are the machine now You're raging against yourself All right let me get to this Hey if you're in the market for a lever action rifle or shotgun you want to go with the best in the business As far as I'm concerned my Friends over at Henry repeating arms I had a great conference call with them when they first came on board and I'm just stunned about their commitment to craftsmanship and customer service That's your thing And I mean right out of the box they have a buttery smooth action It makes them a pleasure to shoot It might have been accurate and reliable right out of the box My 44 car bean is just my favorite go to shoot They've got a ton of different calibers and rifles and shotguns check them.

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Roll and then we both kick in right as the first kick in Team sport was a key song but I don't think at the time we thought that was the song Well so we know you know what happens next You become It's the biggest band in the world And as you write you knew that Kurt Cobain you know had a drug issue He was in a rehab You didn't know many people who had done that So for you it's like oh it's like taking out his appendix It'll be fine But then you begin the chapter on Kurt's suicide with just the sad words He's gone Dave Yeah that was the most difficult piece to write because I was afraid to write it When Kurt died our worlds were completely turned upside down And I didn't want to play music I put all my instruments away I couldn't even listen to the radio I didn't know how to have a feel or what to feel And it was really really hard And so at one point I went to one of my favorite places in the world The ring of Kerry in Ireland I thought okay I'm just going to go drive around there by myself and figure stuff out And one day I was driving down this country road and I saw a hitchhiker in the middle of nowhere And as I got closer I realized that he was wearing a Kurt Cobain T-shirt and it was that moment that I decided okay I'm going to start over And that's when I started the Foo Fighters Not just a Kurt Cobain T-shirt Kurt Cobain's face filling the T-shirt staring at you You know this brings us to it seems like the realization that you had that you were while you were attracted to this darker side of music this heavy metal that's not who you were And you recognize that there are some people who might be attracted to that dark side of music but you have to be careful that you didn't get somehow sucked into it Yeah when I was a kid my mother and I would drive around listening to 70s a.m. radio and we'd sing along together I loved music because it healed my soul and it gave me joy and escape You know I've always understood that darker side of music and artists But I've just never been that way I feel like when a musician picks up an instrument they're signature sounds should be determined by who they are Your personality should come through your instrument Mine has always come out this way that I just love life You know I'm the earnest sort of eager rock and roll dude who is annoyingly happy And I've taken the danger out of rock and roll but there's a part of it that's like do you want me to put it back in because I've seen what it'll do Well well you did get back to music Tom Petty asked you to play with the Heartbreakers asked you to join the Heartbreakers You didn't obviously but how did he help you get back I've been in bands since I was 12 years old And after Nirvana I couldn't imagine doing it again but they made me feel like it was okay It was almost enough for me to move on I didn't necessarily want to go straight back to the drum set because it would just remind me of the band that I just lost So that's why I thought okay I'm going to try to play guitar I'm going to try to sing I'm going to try to write songs and we'll see what happens Well you do You've returned home to Virginia where you build a recording studio build the band the Foo Fighters get married create three little rockers who will expand your heart You take them on the road win best rock album get invited to The White House I'm looking at a picture of you in a very small setting playing before a little audience that includes Paul McCartney and president Barack Obama And you ask yourself how on earth did I get here Oh I still ask myself that every day Honestly you know as a kid we didn't have much but we were happy Through life I've just tried to appreciate the things that maybe others can't you know I wake up every day thinking okay I'm happy to be alive Even if it's a bad day I'm going to try to rise above it And it makes the music Are you sure you're a punk rocker When I was young my favorite television show was Saturday Night Live This one show I turned it on and I saw the B-52s I thought oh my God it's so eccentric and it's so weird And I felt eccentric and I felt weird Wow I'm not like anyone else I think I might be weird And I'm into it and it was empowering So like am I a nihilistic punk rock person No definitely not But do I appreciate that feeling and the empowerment of being different I love it I mean do you feel Kurt Cobain's presence now it's been decades Everywhere I look there are reminders You know some of them make me sad and some of them I just have to smile You don't have to go too far to hear a Nirvana song I used to turn them off when they came on And now I turn them up because I remember that day.

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This week in 1991 nirvana's album never mind was released in America entering the chart at number one 44 on its first week the album which peaked at number one in January of 92 has now sold over 30 million copies worldwide The idea for the now iconic front cover shot of the baby swimming came after Kurt Cobain and drummer Dave Grohl saw a TV documentary on water babies That baby the now 30 year old Spencer Eldon is suing Nirvana for child exploitation and pornography which is hard to fathom since Spencer himself has recreated the famous picture many times over the years And this week in 2017 at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played their final concert Petty would unexpectedly die a week later The show was their last stop on their 40th anniversary tour The final song American girl And that's when went down Your rock almanac on iHeartRadio WFLA Tampa WXTV HD two Clearwater W two 6 5 CT bayonet one tell you two three three AV golf port available everywhere on our free iHeartRadio app Number one for music radio podcasts all in one News radio WFLA and I heart radio station Funeral services for Gabi petit are happening today in Long Island New York A butterfly release and candlelight vigil was held last night in northport where police are still searching for Brian laundry survival expert Derry Jackson spoke to NBC 6 I take by now he.

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Show the day charity. I'm just the cameos lined up. And he's just so tired of look how it's grown so by groupies being like a bucket list for like nevada skank rupee to de fifty whatever. There's some some hicks like most most thirty year olds that he's like shit. I gotta make money. He he understood. He just turned thirty. Life is getting a little harder from losing his hair. yup yup. that's getting a little thin thin still moments in the mirror. Yes there's the brain. Ray lightbulb moment or could sue options out there since around the age where your friends. Just start practicing law too. I think that might be a situation. Where like one of his buddies became a lawyer. But he's hanging out with pussies that are like oh officer woke. It's child abuse for your album picture. He should be hanging out with partners. That are like dude only fence dude. I think he went the wrong angle. I think he just stays with the wrong crowd. We're like take it out. yeah Last thing here. He said he told cnn that he told the sunday times. Back in two thousand seven that he is kinda said quote kinda creepy that that many people see me naked. I feel like the world's biggest porn star he also said that this would've all been avoided if the label would have gone with kurt cobain's rumored original idea of having a mother give birth underwater for the cover but they settled on this baby. Dick also he said at the The the the his baby was supposed to be covered with a With a sticker that said if if pissed off about it or wait no. It said that if you're offended by this you must be a pedophile. That was supposed to be on. The album is supposed to cover up baby dick with a sticker that said that. But they didn't and then everyone saw his baby so he feels a little betrayed. I guess but then he made money on the twenty five year anniversary of like. Yeah yeah. He felt betrayed as a one sticker. Dodge for two hundred soldiers. There's a back then give them. Some money should give some some money. Give them so they don't have any. Yeah for the naked pick. That's so wrong. the dad. Could you imagine like a photographer and being like a dude like how how much how much for the rights to this band. Been for twenty five years. They're not rolling in it but still he's barking up the wrong tree asking even in the moment of that sale. You don't sell for two hundred bucks for the rights owner when it comes to number one out and go back to your friend. Jimmy twenty five grand at least the dig issue at all and if it was then yes. It's a serious under sell for two hundred bucks point. Dad weren't even thinking. Get no dick. Two hundred come on which was ninety one ninety one on pants off ninety one ninety one over here. You wanna.

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Man Photographed as Baby on ‘Nevermind’ Cover Sues Nirvana, Alleging Child Pornography

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Man Photographed as Baby on ‘Nevermind’ Cover Sues Nirvana, Alleging Child Pornography

"Decades after the album made a splash Nirvana is being sued. It's one of the most famous album covers of all time. Nirvana's Never Mind with the Naked Baby underwater in a swimming pool, grasping for a dollar bill. That baby is now an adult and he's got a lawyer. 30 year old Spencer Elden says in lawsuits. That image constitutes child pornography claims. His parents never signed a release for it to be used on an album cover CBS's Steve Kate and tells us Selden is suing the remaining members of Nirvana and Kurt Cobain's estate for $150,000 a piece

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"When did you have a lot of different partners. Was love really confusing for you. And i'm thinking if you're doing the math there wasn't much of that and i said well really honestly i only had one serious relationship before my wife so no and she's like well that's great. Yes flat so you weren't a player eating. Oh no not really that. And she said okay. Well i sent a lot of trauma for relationships coming from that lifetime for this word as of team. Yeah thanks for planning that in her head but she said you're very lucky that it hasn't affected your current relationship so she was waiting for some sign of this trauma to be planned and my personal relationships didn't really have anything to sinker teeth into so then she switched back creativity and saying that. I'm creative. Because when i was a child i was being introduced by that spirit to the possibility. There's something out there. Okay and then for some reason you repressed to that was mostly positive relationship rights. Go right right. Yeah wasn't a malignant experience presence. And she clarified that but for whatever reason the i only held onto the creativity and so that spirit apparently helped me to find my creativity and i asked if that was his intention and she said well he just wanted to show himself to you and show you that there was life after death. Okay but then. I lost that memory and to let me know that afterlife. You can stay in the same space if you want to. Okay duly noted and your oppressed that but then you became spiritual anyway enough to go to this lady but she says maybe i was helping him with his goals that he resolving something by passing along creativity to me by disappearing on me. I don't buy literally ghosting on me. This is what one thousand nine hundred ninety two. yeah thereabouts. Kind trying to think of like a creative person who had just died in like night ninety one nineteen ninety two. When did kurt cobain die by andy. Warhol was born on my birthday. We share birthday. Oh when did he die. Ochre cobaine september eleventh nineteen ninety-two. It was kurt. Cobain timing could work. that's all. We need sega. Andy warhol was born august. Six nine hundred twenty eight. But he died in nineteen eighty-seven there on the five year but she said six to ten. That's not sex and it could have been earlier anything lower than i think. It's andy warhol. Okay i think it's kurt. Cobain will use tweeted us. And tell us whether you think ross was visited by the spirit of anywhere. Kurt cobain there are no other options. I don't know. I never smelled anything like teen spirit. I liked that you went for a reference. I'm not sure you send it home. But she also emphasized that this was a benevolent spirit again. Then i asked well. Is the spirits still around me or did it stay with or did it find ever felt lonely yet. Did it finally go wherever it needs to go and she is. She said i feel it. Stayed with you. Well and i said well is there anything i need to do or look for and she said well if you anytime like feel a presence or you see something move. Just express your thanks. Awesome just carrying intentionally wiggling your of someone else wiggling your what you're talking about. I'm holding perfectly. Well thank you. Spirit andy warhol. You're welcome andy. Warhol did do a guest on the love boat. So that's also choice. Hey okay lucille. Ball also august sex damn nicely done. Let's see she died. Okay wait let me others. She died in one thousand eighty nine. I wanna so let's see. Oh but she did say a boy right. It is a male april twenty six thousand nine hundred nine bam bam bam bam bam bam nicely done thank you again. Moving without control. Thanks warhol who is putting her anyway so it got very flowery after this she said so. I don't sense any doom around or anything like that. It's a very creative spirit very supportive. She said that. I'm in the right place and that she sees me living for a long time. I think i'm going to finally end the cycle of early deaths and explosions and show kings. And jeez it's been rough right. Oh yeah going to battle dying with me. Yeah right as war drowning very young. Yeah i just got killed a lot of times in this conversation but she also says that my home is coming soon so that wish thank you. I'm full circle. My health is good. And i thought oh why you talk about health interesting because sometimes spiritualists will avoid that because it's very dicey to talk about. But she said yeah while she sees good health. I do see shocker. Balancing being needed we already talked about. Yeah we talked about the third eye being overwhelmed. We don't want that to get burned out. Your creativity will go away if that happens. Oh no she asked me. Do you have any pains in. The stomach or lower back was injured. That particular phrasings stood out to me. And i said i'd gone to physical therapy in high school with running injury with my lower back but it hasn't bothered me since then and then she said how about your legs. Your legs fine. I'm a runner. You wanna i'll show you and okay okay. Well i i do see insecurity from when you were younger before you met your wife. Since i was sixteen sure. Yeah berkeley wait. You met your wife in third grade. Fifth grade yeah somewhere between forgetting about the ghost king. Kara failing insecure. There was a lot happening at that point but she quickly kind of turned around and said but you were meant to meet her. You wanted to find your true love and you did which is nice because usually this psychics have it out for car. I've been meaning to keep killing her. Yeah or just telling me that. I'm not meant to be with her or something like that. So i've been meaning to tell her that the psychic is she appreciates psychic centered in her corner zo. She told me. I'm very blessed. But i do see your something going on with your spine the bottom and i would like to work with your route. Shaqra and your third. She'd been talking about my stomach now. She wanted to look at that shock. Result kind of those lower to shock. And then the third i and then she summed it up for me. Maybe you'd already primed her but she said so. I see past lives carpentry. You're warriors thank. You died young in the water. There was the female energy where you were choked. And it was pretty impressed that she a run through much like bam bam bam like these people are gonna say maybe and she said anything your throat area. She found another shocker. That may be needed some attention and so again. I had to think about it for a while. I think maybe she was looking for a choking connection or something. And i said well i did have an issue a while back and it was actually related to the wim hof breathing which maybe future episode of meaning to kinda update on but i kept doing the wim. Hof method pretty aggressively for a while every day and did all. Those breath holds to a point where it really was hurting my throat. My throat would just be continually sword. Yeah yeah and you had like a cough. That wouldn't go away. Yes yeah yeah. It was super annoying and stopped doing the wim hof method finally and then i went to the doctor and they put me on like anti reflux medication for a while and it was. I can get more into that story later. One away after a few months. And it hasn't bothered me sends. But i figured full disclosure. I told her a little bit about that. And she said okay. Well definitely don't over work that area because you have trauma related to your throat there so she said yeah i would really love to work with you more and do a balancing. She said it would be seven hundred dollars. Oh shit i'm getting. Yeah that'd be wild. 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"kurt cobain" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Kaylin, too. We got Rubio with 13. Songs remaining in the throwback. Throw down, right, Kaylin Lollipop blowing that is simply no. Christie. Christie. Christie Christie. She did. She can't even here. Kristie. Yes, It's hard for me here to uh well, that's Yeah. 32. It's hot. No, not even not a little Wayne Song Queen. Oh, my God. Yeah, in in the parking lot. Yes, that's critical Banks bringing my cup that is correct. Need up. He's I thought she said Kurt Cobain up. What? All right. Yes. Good song, friend. Yeah, I know how you really want somebody or somebody that kind of kids. You left me Miss you and love you babies. Thank you. How are we got Paulina one, right, Jason, one. Ruthie. One Kaylin to join name should be shifty. Wow, bless you were working on the name. Okay, so I would work on the game and not the name but you know, it's anybody's game. Still, two songs left. Someone can tell you can still tie You.

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Cool thing about the pandemic. Being over is We've got a whole bunch of events that we're planning right now with our affiliates. We do, however, let me just caution you that several news outlets do not want to admit the pandemic is over. Yet CNN. As a matter of fact, one of them they are now telling us that the new variant the new strain, whatever you want to call it that is out there now is like covid on steroids. It's so bad. Okay, so they say that but then in the same breath if you ask them All right. Do the current vaccines to stop the new strain? They either don't know. Or they have to reluctantly admit, yeah, probably. They will never tell you for sure that they don't know what the vaccines actually do know, they don't know. Nobody does. They haven't tested them. We haven't had the vaccine that long enough to be tested for the length of time they need Yeah, I'm not a big advocate for the vaccine. But all the time that people come out and talk about new strands. There's the South African Strand the British Strand. Strain strain. Thank you when when you go to ask The so called experts very often even though Dr Fauci types will tell you. Yeah, the the vaccines probably still work with the new mutation of the virus. Well, what are they going to tell you? Oh, no, that actually won't work for that one. This vaccine won't work for that one. You're gonna have to get six vaccines. Every time a new strain comes out. We got one from Brazil, one from India, one from South Africa. You're gonna need a vaccine for each one. We're not gonna tell you. That might be true. They're not gonna tell you that anybody that understands the theory of evolution. What Darwin thought which I don't necessarily think disproves creation or God or anything like that. But if you understand this need that species and beings and organisms have to survive. Then try to acknowledge the fact that that's probably what's happening with the mutations. And what I mean by that is the the virus is a living thing. It certainly is. And while it's becoming more contagious, it's actually a lot of evidence suggests it's becoming less deadly. And the reason why it's pretty simple as it jumps from host to host. It doesn't want the host to die if the host dies. While it's clinging to the host, then it can't spread to the next host like ticks on a dog. Except the virus may be smarter than Tex because Tex will bleed a dog dry. Oh, yeah, And since the virus comes from China, I heard it's really good at math. I'm sure you can calculate how many years of life you've got left in you computer programming all that stuff, but But no If we help, Don't listen to these people, though The pandemic is over, Dude, it's done. Look at how low the numbers are. Now look at everybody getting back to normal here around the country. Have you been to a doctor's office lately? I've been to a doctor's office during the pandemic, which you were told not to do, but I've been to the dentist three times since this thing started, which we were also told not to do. By the way, if this is a virus that that hurts people with heart disease issues, you know what causes heart disease not going to the dentist? Because the bacteria in your mouth, Fauci said. That found she discouraged people from going to the dentist. Instead of listening to this guy. We should be investigating him, firing him going to the gym or going outside in the sunshine. He discouraged people from a lot of stuff that would have been really good for him. Yeah, I remember Billy had all the scary photos of people on the beach in Florida. Could you think of a safer place to be than the beach? Fast moving winds coming in? Uh, hollowing covid away sun shining and beating vitamin deed down on you. Yeah, the beach was the If you were going to spring break in Florida, I think there could be an argument to be made at the peak of the pandemic. That maybe being in a crowded bar with a bunch of people breathing on each other. Maybe that wasn't safe. But the beach was never unsafe. You were always fine at the beach, even even if you weren't within six ft of each other. Don't worry about it, guys. When I brought up going to the doctor's office, I went a couple of days ago for a raging Sinus infection. The doctor Use the word raging. Not me. Uh, but everybody in there as to where I mask in the waiting room in the other waiting room that you go to after you've waited where you're checking in. He was checking out when you talk to the doctors and the nurses are wearing masks. All the patients are wearing mask. You would not know the pandemic was Over when you're at a medical facility, Okay, So I've been to doctors offices since the pandemic started, and I'm the kind of guy you know. I'm very comfortable and outside my environment, right. If I need to go to the bathroom, I'll just go. I want to ask permission at my doctor's office. I walked down the hall after all the masks and the hygienic theater up in the front of the The office there, and the first thing I noticed is passing past the break room or the offices. They don't have their masks on. No, it's all for show, but that's still going on. And by the way, I wasn't mad about that. Look there together all day all the time constantly. Do you think that around sick people, I guess right, But do you think them not wearing masks back in the office is really going to make a difference. We've made this point before. Now there's colds and flu's going around again. I think that that's not just because the masks have been taken off, although that's certainly part of it. The colds and flues that we're now seeing going around are probably worse than they would be, if not for the fact that we more masks for a year and a half because we all weakened our immune system. By trying to prevent just minor bacteria and bugs and viruses from getting near us. Your body gets lazy if you give it a chance. It'll get you know that your muscles get lazy. Your immune system will get lazy. You don't make it work, then it won't do anything. One guy that's really upset about the vaccines. Ricky Schroder from Silver Spoons. No, You mean from NYPD Blue NYPD Blue. But wasn't he on one other show that you like? Well, there was Lonesome dove. Okay. I just want to make sure we call him I'll out here. Uh, he is very upset because the Foo fighters are reopening Madison Square Garden in New York to live concerts with a sold out show this weekend. Everyone has to be vaccinated was the the rule. If you're not vaccinated, you can't come. So Ricky Schroder comes out, he says David Groll is an ignorant punk who needs to be slapped for supporting discrimination. Ignorance comes in all shapes and sizes. Kurt Cobain is laughing at you, Dave, along with millions of patriots,.

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Context toe like it. It's really good. I mean, Michael Jordan, But you know, Michael Jordan knows Michael. Any number 3 23 23. Yeah, he's the great It still counts. I was close. I don't watch 23. Yeah. Also 45, depending who you ask, but depending on the era, But 23. Yeah, that's that's Yeah, we should probably make her you a short list of things that like you just have to know. Yeah. I mean, I'm going around town, you guys so I went to Friday I did. And to where? This week. You have to go somewhere else, Right? We have to decide will have to decide. Yeah. Okay. Good. No, no, I know you are. You're trying, but that's one that, like his rest required viewing and required. Knowledge. Michael Jordan number 23 right there. He got that now. Yeah, never mess up again. That's right. Shout out to the goat. Yeah, Fred, I accidentally found out what you got me for my birthday. Oh, my gosh. Okay. Oh, my God. This is terrible. What? We'll go ahead and tell everybody. Yeah, because I know you already know. No, no Guess what? Kurt Cobain's hair, the only available hair on the market. It's sold for $14,000 at auction. I thought I got a good deal, too. I mean, listen, so I had a coupon at Christie's had a gift card ID. Christy's Yeah. Two by Kurt Cobain's hair. The lead singer's hair was preserved under plastic about the size of a trading card. The auction house says the longest strand checks in at about 2.5 inches. The hair came from a 1989 haircut. Kurt got while Nirvana was on their bleach tour. The winning bidders AK Fred's also took home pictures of Kurds here. Cut so no, I didn't get the pictures of the hair got stuck in a trading card under plastic. It's about two inches and $14,000. You ruined it for my goodness. You have to buy one Kurt Cobain. Hair strand, Get.

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Treasure Trove of Rock Memorabilia Includes Kurt Cobain Hair

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Treasure Trove of Rock Memorabilia Includes Kurt Cobain Hair

"Eddie Van Halen, Eric Clapton and Arrowsmith as well as autographed memorabilia from the Beatles and even strands of hair from Kurt Cobain are some of the highlights. An online auction that ends this weekend. Six strands of blond hair from the grunge rock icon, part of a syriza of nirvana offerings. The hair was cut by a friend in 1989 the minimum bid $2500, Okay? I know

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

"To to play a biscuit song. And what the in order to make that legal because at this point. Po had been deemed. Illegal you couldn't just pay radio station to play your song The it was. It was the at the end of the at the after they played this on. This song is brought to you by flip interscope flipping the sub label. That with this it was under interscope And so it. it was legal but it still. You know to people who didn't like the idea that A record label could buy their way into your ears that was that was perceived as kind of an underhanded way of breaking van and then They follow it up with total request. Live on mtv which ostensibly you know is a call in audience driven request show but they found a way to manipulate it. Yeah i mean that was that was the case for not just want biscuit but for you know a lot of bands i mean. It wasn't like the pool you had to choose from you know as far as what videos you had to choose from by the late nineties Mtv was far from an eighty. Mtv played music twenty four hours a day but in in the late nineties. They only had a few. You know music slot. So if you're able to get your band if you were label that was able to again you know corporate back channel. Get your band played On mtv enough then it was one of the few videos even available to be voted on so Interscope had to deal with you know. Mtv was able to get a biscuit promoted that way as well and getting a biscuit on like mtv spring break special. Christmas special and all these different things so limpest. It was all over. Mtv before they were really popular which is interesting. People think. Oh mtv plays people who are already popular that he wasn't. It wasn't inorganic situation. You had these kind of cross Cross platform marketing schemes. That were going on. And you also had a critical structure. That's justifying this and that saying that you know bands like limp. Biscuit are speaking to the people by taking corporate sponsorships whereas bands like radiohead or elitist. Why not shift in the dynamic. Well yeah i mean there was a whole shift. That happens In the late nineties and early two thousands. And i think it was It probably i think there's two or three chapters devoted on the on this in the book so it's a longer story they'll be able to get into fully here but i think that there was this idea that rock this and it was true that rock music criticism had lost some of its credibility In the sixties and seventies the point was trying to you know let listeners know what was better music and what was the worst music by the late nineties. Rock criticism as rock music had become kind of threatened by other types of genres. It was kind of Rockets was promoting rock music as inherently important or is inherently good just because it was rock music and people start to see through that and and and and you had people who like yeah..

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

"The same way that you know some of these acts like you say the members of pearl jam soundgarden or money. They'd been around for years and had kind of social social scene. That nevada really was outsiders When they moved up there and the even up to the time that they became popular. And then what thing you draw your book is is the way cobaine kind of shifted musical mentors from a buzz. Osborne melvin to thurston moore of sonic youth. And something i never really thought about. I mean i knew that. Sonic youth was had rates in musical avant garde in the legit new york city. I never really thought it through you. Talk about how they had been funded by wealthy benefactors from the beginning and how old was very different and then you sort of explain the relationship between sonic youth and then why was the use of a band like sonic youth that never really moved massive units to a record label geffen. Yeah i think that I think based on sonic youth Geffen geffen records by that. Time was a subsidiary major label subsidiary. And i think that they realize the influence that sonic youth. Sonic youth had been around. The indie scene had been signed a number of indie labels throughout the eighties. And it had just been really influential On a lot of other bands. And i think deafen simon. They thought hey. This is going to be good for our credibility as a label. Among these indie band that we would like to sign and so once they signed sonic youth. And there's more became kind of a mentor to kurt cobain That was really helpful for geffen. Getting nevada sign with them There's a quote from the book from the other other other label executives. Who would maybe wanted to sign on. And they were like well. Geffen had thurston moore and the sonic youth and we couldn't compete with that. 'cause that was that was where trickle bain wanted to be and then yeah and and that was a key role and then you talk about the the explosion of never mind and i think you do a good job of of sending up what it was about. Cobain music appeal to so many people you say. The grittiness of album subject matter and authenticity and cobain's voice offered a counterpoint to the fantasy world of glam. Metal glam it offered escapism. Nirvana offered understanding and catharsis. Yeah yeah i think. That's i think that's really true..

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

"What go ahead was going to say. And and and you had a scene where bands felt completely comfortable mixing metal and punk. Well yeah. I mean you didn't have an you know one of the things that a lot of alternative music in the nineteen eighties was a reaction against was trying not to sound like mainstream. You know metal or glam metal. The by the eighties metal was mostly like hair. Metal the hairspray bands and all that type of stuff so the in a lot of the alternative scenes where we didn't want to. They want to distance themselves from that in seattle The there wasn't people because they weren't part of the larger kind of national Narrative of what was going on. The band's didn't really care they didn't they didn't see punk and you know hair metal isn't necessarily antithetical so you had this the have these bands that are kind of these hybrids where you'd have a couple of members of the band that might be you know hardcore indie punk bands independent fans and then and other ones might be glam metal fan so it was kind of this unique mix. It wasn't I it wasn't it. Wasn't tom wasn't metal. It was just. It was something totally unique and so that was allowed to develop over time. And that's where you kind of nirvana came out of pearl jam and alison chains and and all these and soundgarden There there wasn't really this there wasn't a divide in the same way it wasn't a lot of places in the country and they also had a indie pop label sub pop that came along and some pop had one unique promotional tactic involving the u. k. Explain to us when how that word. Well pop i mean Up was kind of the leading independent label in seattle in the were trying but the label heads there even though it was independent label. Unlike some of these other independent labels on the country really wanted to be commercially successful and so they were trying to come up with anything they could to raise the profile of their label and one of the things they did because in england they didn't really have any necessarily idea that seattle was totally on cool or and so they were able to invite over british journalists and Kind of create this mythology of what sub pop was and what these bands were and create kind of little mini height campaign about how cool seattle was and initially. The seattle scene was recognized. I in england before it was recognized in the wider In the wider. Us price just because because of that strategy 'cause whereas us critics may have you know you know. Dismiss seattle that you know place. It's not cool in england. They didn't that didn't exist so They were able to get write ups and melody maker and an emmy In england about these kind of sub pop bands mud honey was banned from seattle's on sub. Pop you know. They were having trouble drawing people to their shows once when they got out of seattle but they went over to england. And they're able to. Do you know british tour. Two sold out shows because of the Press they've been getting over there. That was kind of. It was kind of surprising for them to be able to do that. The american media then paid attention to the british media..

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

"They were definitely Something very different. I mean they. They saw themselves their fan. They themselves on the same level as their fans. They didn't their aspiration wasn't to become larger than life. It was to Be relation like relational their fans. And so there's a story. That's you know related in the book where you know they. They would invite fans back to where they were on tour. They would invite fans back to the hotel where they were staying. You know. hang out. The hotel bar drinks debt with them if the some of their fans needed to place the crash the crash on the floor their hotel rooms and so that was a very different ethos and kind of the rockstar culture. Where you know you have bodyguards protecting you from the fans and just picking out. You know a few like pretty young girls to send up to your hotel. Mean it was. They were they were morning. Merced they saw themselves as one with the fans rather than above them and yet they still ultimately sort of collapsed under the pressure of the audience. You know by the time. They break in breakthrough in the radio in the us and have a gold album. Play the us festival too big stadiums open for the who too big stadiums and then a completely implode and so and and we'll get to you know. Kurt cobaine also will struggle to resolve that but around the same time that the clash breaks through a dj in los angeles rodney. Big in heimer. He's been around since the sixties he starts playing punk on. His station has what midnight show on. K rock in la which wasn't a powerful station but tell us a little bit about the story of iraq and how they created what we came to know has alternative radio and eighties. Yeah well i. Actually i. When i was thirteen i moved to los angeles and this was Summer of nineteen eighty eight. And so i was just kind of. It's kind of the age where you stop. You know your parents are for music tastes. You'd wanna find your own music that that you relate to and all that and so right. At that time..

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

"These. Fm's independent radio stations. That were playing Counterculture music and The easiest way to get accepted into that was having critical approval. Well let's didn't have critical approval. So atlantic came. Up with this through mario Media was one of their Pr people Discovered that instead you couldn't just pay radio stations to play the music the counterculture. Fm stations had principles. Where i'm like the am top. Forty stations which we're paola Which is paying paying. Have your song on the radio with a common practice. That wasn't going to work in the fm world So what. Mario media's did was instead of paying these. Fm stations to play led zeppelin's novicki would go you know. Load up his car with free free atlantic records and and also he had access to a lot of high quality marijuana and would go around and kinda smoothies. fm deejays with kinda conversation and and Good weed and become their friends and then he you know kinda say now that we have this kind of friends you know report. Why don't you guys check out. This band led zeppelin. I know the critics didn't like them but I feel like they're There's somebody you should play and slowly over time over the course of about Six or eight months he was able to start getting led zeppelin. Radio play These fm stations without the even though critics weren't fan so that was something that was pretty new and it changed Kinda the power structure right around sixty nine seventy where a record label. was then able to bypass the credit bypass. The critics and get bands played who weren't necessarily critically approved. So that was that was something that was new and It affected the way that critics continue to perceive less led zeppelin even as they expanded artistically and and went in different directions Critics continue to not be fans of them. Impart i think because. They resented the fact that they become pop- popular without their approval. And and that sort of leads to another aspect of our culture that you talked about and you quote lesser bang saying you know as the rockstars become rich and famous they're isolated for crowds and lester. Bank said it's no news now that the reason most of rocks establishment is dried up creatively as they've cut themselves off from the real world is as exemplified by their fans and that sets them up for the punk rock backlash that a little bit and and why it failed. Well i mean just to get to go back to what kind of bangs was criticizing. Their i think that What happened in in the nineteen seventies. Was this the advent of rock star culture this idea of sex drugs and rock and roll that this mythology this larger than life image. The you know you had these bands making lots of money. They were playing to stadiums. they were The they had access to all kinds of groupies that access to drugs punch money and in doing that. Yeah like bank. Said it's separated from kind of the common. The common people in their audience they were perceived as more of a hero worship aspect and it was relating aspect So so that there was a they ended up being a backlash against against that whole rockstar culture. That was exemplified by By punk music. I think in the book. I focused on the clash As kind of the archetypal pump and just because of the influence that they ended up having on Post punk culture and alternative culture in the eighties But.

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"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"kurt cobain" Discussed on Pantheon

"Thought leader or he didn't have anything particularly to say about culture. Even though that the person of elvis person of chuck period some of these different artists were culturally. That wasn't their intent so In nightline south conscious they weren't self consciously trying to create a meaningful art That doesn't mean like i said there wasn't meaningful created. That wasn't a goal so the there wasn't any such thing as rock criticism at that time. That was the took music seriously because the of that because it was mostly commercial music so nineteen sixty five was a turning point I think the advent of bob dylan as iraq. Artists was really influential. They're introducing kind of Artistic aspirations he was someone who is very interesting. Very influenced by historical poetry By cultural movements by political influences and so he was really a trailblazer there and And some of the bands that existed prior to sixty five like the beatles who had been kind of just a commercial pop group drive and sixty five around nineteen five started trying to create substantive part at that time dig deeper into their own Emotional express their own personal emotions rather than just writing something. Like i wanna hold your hand all of a sudden you have by the time you start pepper and the white album and the stuff that they did in the second half of that decade. They're really kind of exploring artistic creation and pushing the boundaries of that. So i think fifty five is a real was a real clear shift is always out was concerned. Cool yeah a lot of like in my conversations with edward that we've recorded. I take a lot of people. Make a distinction between rock and roll the four nine hundred sixty five and then rock music after nineteen sixty five. It's pretty weak terminology. Because you know it's the same word over and over again again. See where you sort of expand ruckle way back to nineteen fifty-six and another factor that you isolated as being key to that development is is the emergence of serious rock criticism tongue down a little bit. Why do you think that mattered. And and how impacted the story of the eighties and the nineties. Well starting in the late sixties when you had you know kind of advent of crawdads and rolling stone and be magazine all these magazines. That treated rock music series. I music criticism had existed for a long time Criticism and other artistic fields that existed for a long time prior to the nineteen sixties..

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Guitars played, partly made by Eddie Van Halen go to auction

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Guitars played, partly made by Eddie Van Halen go to auction

"Two guitars that the late Eddie Van Halen played and helped design are going up for auction starting December fifth emerges our letter with the latest Julien's auctions as it had planned to auction the two Eddie Van Halen guitarist before he died on October sixth the guitars for sale or a two thousand four EVH Arbil arts series electric guitar and a customized one Van Halen built with his guitar tech Matt brook both have been healing signature stripe paint job and each is expected to sell for as much as eighty thousand dollars the option also includes a fender Stratocaster that Kurt Cobain smashed under bond is nineteen ninety four tour and Michael Jackson's crystal glove one on the Jacksons nineteen eighty four victory tour

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an Interview with Costume Designer Mona May

Dressed: The History of Fashion

06:33 min | 2 years ago

an Interview with Costume Designer Mona May

"Are Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common. Every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion podcasts where we explore the WHO when of why we wear, we are fashion, historians and your host April Kellyanne. Cassidy sacree so dress listeners, please accept this interruption to our regularly scheduled fashion history mystery, because we are bringing you a very special interview with the costume designer behind one of the most iconic fashion films of all time and April, as you know my personal, favorite clueless, which just this past Tuesday July nineteenth turned twenty five years old. And I have to say you guys. You all know someone who's very excited about this. Today we are joined by Mona, May, whose prolific career in film and television spans over three decades, clueless might be Mona's most famous film, but her work includes also rummy. Michele's high school reunion never been kissed a night at the Roxbury haunted mansion, and really the list just goes on and on. And April listeners please excuse me while I full on fan girl out because I mean I don't even know where to start, but my admiration and awe of Mona make goes back decades and is really threefold. I have seen clueless. Over one hundred times. At least an I can quote it from beginning to end I know there's a lot of people who were there with me, and then there's this added layer of me being costume designer myself. But also a fashion film lover I mean from Azzedine. Alaya to Calvin. Klein to that unforgettable yellow plaid suit clueless a fashion levers, dream and one that still resonates to this very day cast. You are not alone in your excitement for today's guests, so let's get to it Mona. Welcome dressed Mona. We are talking to you this week in celebration of the twenty fifth anniversary. Anniversary of one of the most iconic fashion flicks ever clueless, which debuted twenty five years ago this past Tuesday and which you, as a costume designer played such a central part. You and your work is currently getting so much well deserved attention. Yes, I'm really happy. I'm just you know. I'm just kind of flying high on all the kalisz diversity and you has been. I mean. My instagram is blowing up. which is so cool, you know it's funny because it's people are discovering ym in the weird way. God washrooms. Are you did that Enron Michelle and never been kissed and wedding singer? You know so like Sh-. The lavas pouring and it's so nice I mean the numbers are jumping up and it's just really great to you. Know we as cautioned designers, we are behind the scenes, and nobody really knows what our job really titles I think. It's kind of hard. You know what war goes into it in the preparation, and really all the creativity that has really come from Ma to create these characters from pages of the script they. They really just kind of very vaguely are described to us, and we really have to kind of be the psychologists kind of like a you know a detective to find out who they are deeply. You know their psychology were they went to. School may be no place in live there in right now and you know where they shop apartment they have you know once their journey right now in the film you know. Article to character to you know so. It's really a lot of lot of details that goes into. People don't really understand you know I think it's. It's one of a mysterious job in the way Oh. Yeah, absolutely so I. Mean You said you're making the rounds? You're all over vogue. You're all over instagram. People are are recreating favorite clueless moments. And I mean what does it feel like to have been part of a film that is still so much a part of pop culture even to this day after two decades it still so fresh and so relevant, and so loved is incredible I mean it's truly it's like A. One lifetime situation lighting that one can have that that something. Do you do out of love? You know because you don't set up to do the best session film of the universe but right. Thing, you know you, you I mean I. Am at fashion designer from training, and then I got into the question. Quebec doorway, and you know when I met amy on the pilot pilot and get picked up tablet. We creatively just connected so strongly. She loved it I was in Europe. I grew up in Europe. Seven different point of view fashion more European, and that's what the film needed. So when she wrote she called me, said the girl. I really want you to do this. To bring something so fresh and fashion forward something that's not on the street. Because of the time it was all grunge. She knows all everybody was wearing their. PLATIN- Baggy Pants, and was oh. Kurt Cobain Nirvana and of fashions in the street, so those nothing to go from everything had to be invented, not taken from the runways Paris Amina Milan share. Would the only probably daddy flew her there? She probably had the tickets in the on the day and was able to know things that she liked then everything had to be translated into the high school. Because you know amy is director of the night. I want this to be very useful, very. Very very sweet, very feminine. You know girly and that's kind of what we are changing from French fashion. Forward. Of course, it had to felt high school's head to sell their young girls because they had to feel pick, and I think part of the love for this film to the, even though they're a high fashion, and that is amazing of funded. As they felt authentic, the they really were beloved in the end that you knew who share was nearly the aunt was and out of. That feeling that emotional feeling thing, and that's why the film has lived so long because it's such emotional connection that people have to film you know with the fashion with kind of making you feel good. You know talking with a friend the other day like where does movies? We need more of those you know. The never been kissed. Michelle held to lose a guy in ten days. Almost fun movies. Movies that which none of watch and feel good, and it's okay, and it's a little bit of mystery and fun, and and Automo-. I miss those movies. You know I will miss those yeah,

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Kurt Cobain's "MTV Unplugged" guitar sells for record $6 million at auction

Seattle Kitchen

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Kurt Cobain's "MTV Unplugged" guitar sells for record $6 million at auction

"Most expensive guitar ever sold was played by Seattle's own rock royalty a guitar played by Kurt Cobain sold for a record breaking six million dollars at auction yesterday according to Rolling Stone Cobain plays the the guitar guitar guitar during during during during an an an an an iconic iconic iconic iconic iconic iconic performance performance performance performance performance performance on on on on on on MTV's MTV's MTV's MTV's MTV's MTV's unplugged unplugged unplugged unplugged unplugged unplugged the the the the the the sale sale sale sale sale sale smashed smashed smashed smashed smashed smashed the the the the the the previous previous previous previous previous previous record record record record record record of of of of of of just just just just just just under under under under under under four four four four four four million million million million million million dollars dollars dollars dollars dollars dollars for for for for for for guitar guitar guitar guitar guitar guitar owned owned owned owned owned owned by by by by by by pink pink pink pink pink pink Floyd's David Gilmour

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Kurt Cobain’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ Guitar Fetches $6 Million At Beverly Hills Auction In Los Angeles

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Kurt Cobain’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ Guitar Fetches $6 Million At Beverly Hills Auction In Los Angeles

"The guitar Kurt Cobain play during the nineteen ninety three and T. V. unplug session has a new owner the nineteen fifty nine Martin guitar played by Cobain during the run is legendary parents was sold at auction for just over six million dollars Julien's auction of Beverly hills says the winning bidder is Peter Friedman the co founder of rode microphones the winning bid set a new record for the most expensive guitar ever sold before that the record was previously held by a black fender Stratocaster belonging to David Gilmour from Pink Floyd which sold last year for nearly four

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Kurt Cobain's "MTV Unplugged" guitar sells for record $6 million

WBZ Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Kurt Cobain's "MTV Unplugged" guitar sells for record $6 million

"One of grunge rock most iconic instruments is now the most expensive guitar of all time Kurt Cobain's nineteen fifty nine Martin D. eighteen E. acoustic electric guitar that he played during nirvana's MTV unplugged episode sold for a record setting six million dollars yesterday it had previously been appraised at a million dollars the buyer's name is Peter Friedman he's the founder of Rhoda microphones he plans to display the guitar for a worldwide

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Cobain 'MTV Unplugged' guitar sells for sky-high $6 million

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Cobain 'MTV Unplugged' guitar sells for sky-high $6 million

"The acoustic guitar Kurt Cobain played for nirvana's MTV unplugged concert in nineteen ninety three has sold at auction for six million dollars marches are a letter with the latest Julien's auctions as Peter Friedman owner of rode microphones is the new owner of the nineteen fifty nine Martin guitar that was the only one coping played for nirvana's MTV unplugged that's three times the presale estimate princes cloud to blue angel guitar that he played on tour during the nineteen eighties and in the videos for cream and get off sold for five hundred sixty three thousand dollars other items sold at the auction include Madonna's ivory gown from the vogue video and Elvis Presley's macrame belts

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Cobain 'MTV Unplugged' guitar sells for sky-high $6 million

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Cobain 'MTV Unplugged' guitar sells for sky-high $6 million

"The acoustic guitar Kurt Cobain played for nirvana's MTV unplugged concert in nineteen ninety three has sold at auction for six million dollars marches are a letter with the latest Julien's auctions as Peter Friedman owner of rode microphones is the new owner of the nineteen fifty nine Martin guitar that was the only one coping played for nirvana's MTV unplugged that's three times the presale estimate princes cloud to blue angel guitar that he played on tour during the nineteen eighties and in the videos for cream and get off sold for five hundred sixty three thousand dollars other items sold at the auction include Madonna's ivory gown from the vogue video and Elvis Presley's macrame belts

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Senna: The Early Years

Past Gas

05:27 min | 2 years ago

Senna: The Early Years

"Dan Pass Gas. We're talking about the early years of Ayrton Senna. You know him as the legendary driver famous for winning multiple Formula One championships in nineteen, eighty, eight, nineteen, Ninety and nineteen ninety one he won an incredible forty one gram freeze on seventeen different tracks over the course of nine seasons. You probably also know how the story ends. At the age of thirty four while racing at the nineteen ninety four, San Marino, Grand Prix Senna crash on lap, set on leaving the track and a speed over a hundred eighty miles per hour, slammed into a concrete wall, killing him on impact. The. Final Jenny home two with L.. Tragic death cut a storied career short and much like Kurt Cobain, Heath Ledger or to park. It froze centers, accomplishments, and magnetic personality in amber. Deprived of the slow decline to any great talent at the top of their profession will eventually fall. Victim to these names are instead forever frozen their lawyers, and so they remained. Forever Young. Senator is now a legend. But where do legends begin with an origin story of course? So what senators version of being bitten by a radioactive spider, finding a weird lamp, genie or floating down the Nile in a basket made of Reeds? Well like Spiderman Aladdin or Moses Senna his monogamous, but before Senate was sent off, his last name wasn't even Senna at all. His parents worry that he was uncoordinated and even had him test report. He was born into wealth, but although wealth can definitely give you access to the world of bracing, it can't make fast and Santa wasn't just fast. He was the fastest. So what was the moment Senna truly became Senate to answer that we need to start on March twenty first nineteen sixty the day. When in Sao Paulo Brazil. Ericsson senator silver was born. Welcome to pass gas. That was a long intro. Great Man I'm. I got a little choked up there for a second. I mean this guy is so important and just such. Like I, don't know he's just a legend, and he's just like so important to so many people, and I'm really excited that we're going to die, have really deep into his life, but I mean just. A man just. I got a little teary eyed. When you're talking about the forever, young stuff is yeah I sure. Senna is a like I said an intro. He's a legend. Almost like a mythic figure at this point. Just such a hallowed name so revered in in in motor sports and the car world in general. Just like Oh yeah, you hear senators like he was I mean he was the greatest, but like it's just like an instant assumption of just like. Perfection basically right. Yeah, he's like Michael Jordan. Yeah, no thought given to, and we're going to see why that is because. There's a lot of good reason for that I. Think the moment where it hit where I was like Oh, damn was when? You when I I didn't realize he was thirty four when he died and I'm just about to turn thirty four, and so I'm like. I gotTA. Do. Joe You're the air and of automotive podcasting damage. Out Year Man. Is talking about how I am scared about dying. But what I've noticed is a lot of a lot of pieces that talk about center. Don't really dive into his early life. which is what we're going to do today? And I'm really excited about that. Hopefully will give people some insight into where this dude came from, and I, think yeah without further ado. Let's get into the life. The early life of one Ayrton Senna. Are you guys ready? I'm ready. Ready sale ever be. Ready, legit. You WanNa give. Fired up I think my new my new thing is. Fire Dub! Different words fired up. I could see that on a shirt for sure, but D. U. P. Oh, yeah, fire! Up I get a man. It's great. It's solid. C. memes are better when you explained. A Ayrton Senna Da. Silva was born in nineteen sixty in Sao. Paulo Brazil at the pro Ma tre. I'm going to by the butcher every Brazilian. Names Zillion were. Portuguese Brazilian. I'm going to butcher at all today. Just letting you know. Pro Monterey! Maternity Hospital of Santana a hospital I assumed was named after the legendary guitarist areas. Warn! Ayrton's father Milton Dasilva was a landowner and factory owner, and among other businesses Milton owned an auto parts company, and his knowledge and connections within the industry would become a key entry point for Airton into the world of racing

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Kurt Cobain's 'Unplugged' guitar has $1 million auction estimate

Michael Berry

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Kurt Cobain's 'Unplugged' guitar has $1 million auction estimate

"And the guitar belonging to late nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is going up for auction the nineteen fifty nine Martin G. eighteen E. acoustic guitar will be sold by Julien's auctions as part of its music icons auction next month bidding is estimated to start at a million

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Another California county backs Trump’s sanctuary lawsuit

Hugh Hewitt

01:35 min | 5 years ago

Another California county backs Trump’s sanctuary lawsuit

"Twenty minutes ago donald trump tweeted there is a revolution going on in california capital are on revolution so many sanctuary areas want out capital oh ut of this ridiculous crime infested inbreeding concept jerry brown and trying to back out of the national guard at the border but the people of the state are not happy want security and safety now presidents correct there are a growing number of cities and counties including san diego county last night which are suing the state over the unconstitutional sanctuary state law which of course is on its face unconstitutional the federal government has reserved to it solely and holy the power of immigration and to control the borders and it is not up to the state of california to decide to ignore borders and immigration law donald trump tweeted twelve minutes ago a sketch years later about a nonexistent man a total con job playing the fake news media for fools capital f capital f capital and capital w capital f peron's but they know it and it is the stormy daniels sketch which by the way provided for many funny moments last night since the stormy daniels sketch looks like everyone from tom brady to kurt cobain to stormy daniels exboyfriend he does not look like radio blogger he has hair i thought i point that out radio blogger is not a suspect do you feel better now.

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24 years since Kurt Cobain's death

Rick Hamada

01:56 min | 5 years ago

24 years since Kurt Cobain's death

"They're working tonight i'll stop making seven this evening cinderella however remains kind of a joke no well we we could move on swiftly from that jets as an over important note that today is the twenty four th anniversary of kurt cobain's death macy twenty four years ago somewhere on the internet just the other day i stumbled across a photo of a courtney love and and francis being their little girl who has grown up yeah amazing it was one of those moments are you remember where you were about cobaine cobain's death and you know we have those moments in time with the notable folks and i recall mine and it was the unfortunate part is that it also happens in a period of time where online and all and you can share and in so the publicity of the result of his taking his own life was disseminated and that to me was just so troubling get music notes dot com and we'll be fine we're going to be back with cam napier in just a moment go to p b m p b n dot com and learn more about how you can be a part of pacific business news.

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