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Witness Says That R. Kelly Once Compared Himself to Jerry Lee Lewis
"Yesterday at Singer R. Kelly Sex Trafficking trial depending on what you think about our Achilles guilt or innocence, it's a comparison of his musical talent or the ultimate self own. A witness at his sex trafficking trials says Kelly once compared himself to rock star Jerry Lee Lewis, with Kelly, saying they were both misunderstood geniuses. Like young girls and because of their musical talent should be allowed to do whatever they want. Of course. Lewis married his 13 year old cousin decades ago. The witnesses the third woman to testifies a Jane Doe against Kelly all say they were sexually abused by the singer. Kelly denies it all. I'm
Witness: R. Kelly Once Compared Himself to Jerry Lee Lewis
Witness: R. Kelly Once Compared Himself to Jerry Lee Lewis
"Another day of interesting testimony and R. Kelly sex trafficking trial in New York City depending on what you think about R. Kelly's guilt or innocence it's a comparison of his musical talent or the the ultimate self own a witness that is sex trafficking trial says Kelly once compared himself to rock star Jerry Lee Lewis with Kelly saying they will both miss understood geniuses who like young girls and because of their musical talent should be allowed to do what ever they want of course Lewis married his thirteen year old cousin decades ago the witness is the third woman to testify as a Jane doe against Kelly all say they were sexually abused by the singer Kelly denies it all I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"lee lewis" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur
"Of suburbs pretty funny. That's awesome yeah that it was smoking or or when we be doing a iraq's day for you know randy rhoads or something out front and in be malls theme would be there. We'd have food. Of course kind of a party may be eating all his swedish meatballs haagen walks and had not saying stop eating. All the swedish meatballs leads right. Had you sound like you. Have you have great content for a memoirs book if you wanted to put one together right now. The the the the other thing i saw was you're actually. I guess the phrase would be invented musical parts during your important in your career. I get that right. You're you're working on musical components or maybe instrument components bay probably. Maybe it was a bass guitarist guitar components that are still in use these days. You're talking about gear. Yes gear opponents. I didn't know you and then yeah i Started out with the schecter guitars and ninety seventy four which is a pretty famous company buddies guitar. Panthers avi finish shekar one point. We started the parts business. I we were building becomes I was doing. it's har- am and before that but that never took chicago's of adult out for experimental that he'd been that company we've moved money sideways and they checked her. We started parts business. And i started building victims and making a pickup semblances and eventually hoagies ours with dave from seventy boards about seventy six for two years and eventually i a guy named tom anderson to take place and then of course don anderson eventually made his own guitars as well and then eventually i got then on another braid between when we went on hiatus again from about eighty seven to about ninety three I was working for jbl harmon and we had ram company. Called rivera and i was healthy with that line. would rivera in jack sanni who had been dire straits smith. They had found going away side at rhythm section. So we were to rock and roll star orphan's spine said and we're selling it's our apps to them industry Through j harmon who's the parent company. And yeah i. I've been i had my foot in some of the Substance and jbl proper hired by van. Go out and sell all their years all the harmon beer in nineteen nine hundred ninety one i was. We took a rhythm section on the road when all the country and we would play a show and while we're playing a show Jbl representatives would be trained and everybody on monitors live sound recording. I mean everything when we were maybe they have a track on the side. And be showing. They'd be doing like a clinic. For sales people on how to do all aspects all the aspects of recording in live in music business and all the gear that they saw along that line and so we were kind of the The guinea pig. And that was my bad with scotty. Page from pink. Floyd and we had steve lucas there as a guest guitar player. And we have the tower of power horn section and that was my band was all cold cuts. Eventually we turn it into a band called the hang dynasty and that also became a house band or with the china clubs in hollywood in the nineties as well so that was another time on selling gear. Woodbridge abi l. and we were selling amion speakers. You know our outboard geared compressors microphones owned a. You already is sign. How they're gonna be on every screen or yeah. I've been involved in that end of the industry in well. It sounds like one of the repeating themes across your life has probably been the. I don't know if you wanna see reinventing or it's just inventing right okay. Here comes this part of but here comes a turn in my life or in my career or in the business for that matter. I'm sure you've seen a number of turns in it's like okay. Time do invent something here or reinvent. So that i can continue on that make sense. Yes i mean. I like to away. Diamond is develop. A diamond is developed under a lot of pressure he and the center of the earth and it becomes stressed in order to get hard and then after gets hard in order for it to be beautiful. It has a lot of different facets. And he i assume that you cut is a part of becomes the brilliance that makes it shine and the noticed in either the world or could be in the business world knows right have all those different facets going view in order to be complete otherwise he does have this gulligan rock. That doesn't do anything. And so all the different things that i learned the music business to survive are than cuts. That are in my diamond. Helped me be able to be you know noticed and right now. The vinyl facet is online. You know social media presence in august. That is my weakest link. 'cause i hold school and i'm having to catch lobbies young folks that grew up with gaming and those computers like the back of their hand right. I didn't grow up. That one agra with a you know a regular follow the rotary dial in an electric guitar through to bam with technology. That came from thomas edison. Right yeah and it. It seems like Here in the past. Let's say even decade that the speed of technology is ever it's i- compounding like. I mean i remember when you probably you. And i were both in our teens and you know that first computer comes onto the two to the present you're like oh that's cool you know and then it's like seven years before it's in everyone's home and then it seemed like it was two years it's a phone and and then one year and the the apple iphone like every two months some new technology pieces coming along as they can keep up an and then stalemate is kind of stagnates from going out and buying the stone you can think well maybe i should wait for the next model you know. Oh you gotta jump in because otherwise get left behind you know learn that it took me a long time to buy a computer to on time to buy a cell phone you know what just took me forever which one what features wait till next year. Now you gotta get.
"lee lewis" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"It looked like batman. And that's the way the pattern looks on the scale. You learned the blues scale go as far as cords go the shapes are a little more challenging because you only have a little proximity to work with. There's still be some shapes that i could probably it. And i'll probably have to get into that but these are scales are much easier to do because you have a lot more real estate to work with. I wanted to because what you're trying to do is you're trying to take shortcuts and because you don't want to learn the mathematical formula in eerie in order to see how courts are built and where your figures would be able to go to hit those notes in that court it would be the closest proximity to win another tour. Your chord clusters that you go for with your fingers are easily accessible. And that's the thing that you're either avoiding because you're lazy or you just a a little bit of bull going to be honest like so when you say the thing it gets me kind of excited but it also reminds me of an episode of friends where phoebe. She's trying to teach joey how to play the guitar. And instead of saying cord name she says like bear claw or like just like these funny names for all of them said curl your fingers curling fingers and wrist wrist. English is real important to make. It's just like china's for the wrist. English is really the thing that makes the difference between a professional. And somebody. who's just you know banging on guitar at the beach. You gotta really really kinda. I show all that i get into all that stuff camera angles and everything on my instructional. Because i want people to actually see what i'm doing because without having a private lesson we are one on one of somebody you have to really have these close ups. He really to make sure that they're they're following what you're doing you know. Move as otherwise. You aren't will be lost patty dots. I mean you could see the dots. Yes i mean. There's the dots you can see the dots on there. They just look like geometric forms. You know it's like yeah. It's it's not like your hand ready to piece of wood Form in shape. You want to be able to memorize the shapes different types of shapes just like when you flip the burn or do the devil salute yes or down dark shadow puppetry but those are shapes that if you if you get them in your mind then it the work that the association of the site to figure coordination will start. Lock in and you'll start to get it in so I don't know that helps it all. But i mean you're you're gonna have to work really hard at memorising shapes. Yeah and then building your where when you build a shape on those steel strings. Which are like little swedish files that or hurt your feelings. I suggest if you want to build calluses just hold like an equal. Now is hard as it can not not like four it but just like you normally play but just don't play anything. Just sit there and watch tv or you know work on your computer one hand or whatever it just on that string on those strengths for a period of you know twenty seconds when they really start to hurt liftoff you kind of. Don't get him wet of course because you don't wanna do that. Yeah put the code right back on again it. Just hold it and every time you do that you're sending a message brain to send cameras material to be built on the tip of your finger. It actually brings us. Oh all right. Everybody building materials so line sigma damaged. The body is amazing will actually so. That's what you wanna do is make sure you have the calluses and you memorize shapes. Once you do that you'll be okay. So not only. Are you giving guitar lessons. You just given all sorts of fucking lessons to like the core mechanics of music and guitar phenomenal though so i will stop my method because what i was doing was i get pieces of sandpaper in st linden. The wall do that like like a cat just with my fingertips over and over until they're wrong. My fingers are leading mindless era. You just want to you. It's like an officer and always pearl when it becomes irritated by one singular grain of sand. Just want an irritation it. And then eventually you'll end up with with a beautiful perot man. That's that's beautifully spoken. Absolutely love it. That's chinese life. I i am so thrilled that you have spent your time today with us. I mean it has been do awesome tag. You awesome deal ledger. You and i need all the promotion. I hated to stop. But unfortunately i don't have outside of it yet. So we're just doing a teaser. On that but i mean i do have. You can buy my jazz guitar cd on cd baby. It's called new vintage. It's been out for about fifteen years. I come out with any new product. And while i have soft i put out. Put it all together. Because it's real eclectic. But i do that and i need to do that. I need to put out a new cd. But if you want to buy the chance. When it's coming. George benson instrumental smooth jazz. He kind of thing. It's called new vintage and it's on seaney baby awesome mug and i will be. I will say. I will be showing with my guitar at your cabinet in montana. We'll jan not creepy right. No is there jumped out of big tree tree yeah together chainsaws i love. Give him the chance. Though so any last parting words you wanna say viewers anything at all spread. Spread some wealth knowledge anything. I just think that nick in joshua two excellent young men that are doing a great job. But they're you know show here you've taught me a few things about time and and the way that this The sequence in what you're doing all this going to have to start having guests on my youtube channel as well. I've had some big celebrity guitar. Players have agreed to come on and do some interviews and also playing with me. So i'm learning about this zoom and all this other stuff is going I did my first one with guitarlists last week and it was fun. I've never been host before so thanks a lot for teaching me to thanks for having me on absolutely so fun so fun. Yeah so that's kenny. Lewis everyone so right right. Google google and keep on rocking. Hopefully we'll see this fall. With the steve. Miller band coming to your town who don't serve man. I hope you could check. Steve miller band dot com. Your schedule will talk exxon while everyone stay mindless right. Thank you for tuning in to mine morning show. 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"lee lewis" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"A camper okay about it a camper nazi that not yet okay. oh this is wait wait wait. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah ooh oh really. Pride could lose. A friend of mine came up to montana and he brought his v. that's right. We were up in glacier national par and for whatever reason he didn't know how to get there in rather than make him have to take a bunch of directions of stuff. I knew how to get there so his son and he sat in the back. And i dro- his rv up into beijing national park to go up to the end of the sun road. And while i was going up there. I misjudged this thing. And i drove it into paul rockwall cana separator thing alongside the road and i came is a real twisty turny rose up there. There were built in the thirties by the wpa. And i clipped the tyre. His fender on a little rock outcropping wall. I blew tyra. Shit his rb. So that's my only minor early rb experiences. I blew a tire glacial Hey well shit yeah forgotten about that. So thanks for remembering you are. That's that's definitely the big reasons. Why do these questions because you know you just never know so. This one is really stupid. So have you ever been bowling and actually let the ball slip behind you. We go to wind it back. No but i have you hamstring. I was with the same gentleman. The bass player that. I took the job and this was after. I'd already gotten a gig in ten shows. You how friendly we are. We were doing gig together in minneapolis. Not a steve miller game but another games was we have another band called the hang dynasty and we were there and we decided to go bowling one night and decided nowhere. And i went out there and i was going to get kind of cocky and having a good time and i did a certain kind of move and i hadn't been stretching this is probably about what to say probably about eight years ago. Something like that okay. Yeah what a long long time ago. But by the they're they're right for you. It'd be a long time ago. I so yeah. I just went to do a really cool little booth and i spread my legs at. It's and all the sudden my hamstring. And i felt i couldn't get up. My hands. string was nonfunctional. So i had to crawl on my hands of ease back over to the area and everybody. What's wrong with you. And i said i think i pulled my string and it was so it was it for the night for me for bowling. Denied never done that thing. But i did go to a club in new york in one thousand nine hundred eighty one when i was auditioning for todd rundgren utopia band and i never been in new york before. They took me to place called. Bowmore in bowl moore was in I think was in washington square and it was upstairs and it was a bowling alley was upstairs and billy and some punks at taken it over or or maybe not punks but it was a rock and roll was before the rock and roll bowling house. They have now which i think. Ramon ace deuce or dominoes. Where the helicopter. I can't remember but anyway this is before then of course new yorker. We says everything. I but not not only wasn't punk rock crowd in there. They had a giant system. Set up on the lanes and it was like blisteringly loud concert level music. All going on and those monks were there with the big peacock mohawks the same in europe. They were and a guy. Did exactly you're talking about. He was so skinny obey. She and he went to go swing back like this. He probably only weighed about one hundred. Twenty pounds right this fall back of an sure enough. He went right back later right on his back and i laughed my answer. That was an interesting bowling. I think the mob might owned because of singapore cards. You're able to fill out the scorecard instead of it saying you know. Brace gambling game you. It was like cocaine acid mushrooms. Heroin i mean you would check off a box in it and you would give that to a guy that would come around to your stall in about fifteen twenty minutes later. They come back with the brown paper bag. And you can put that on your credit card. They'd taken in the front and it was like this was like a total drug. Deal thing going on. It was all jonas corker menu like she's that's incredible experience in new york at a bowling alley called bowl more efforts. Now sure that you can't do that anymore. But i just don't know when the mob or whoever was was doing it and it was like again with me was all both check this fill out. Okay shared up. The bag appeared their words. Could you imagine going bowling alley. Read now where do i get the drugs. You sure that's drugs. Sold -able ashley. Be part of their business and it went on your credit card legit purchase. Yeah nobody saw the drugs because it was an all paper bag staple and it said on there do not open until after exiting the building. A great idea was and it was really terrible. I don't don't do it listeners. A but if anybody knows of a place this right. I mean it was crazy i so then we can jump over to this. Little thing is do you. Do you like carnivals or carnival games. I know a lot of them trying to rip people off. Do i can. I can verify. That wasn't when i was a kid in only had a girl with your some. Yeah you would. You would do that stuff. But i mean we place state fairs. You know from time to time. We haven't done it a couple of years. We played this new york state fair several years ago and it was like i don't know i don't do the game so much anymore. I just go and go to the you know the kiosks where they the leather the the person backpacks and you know our things and whatever but you know in the old days you know. He's still like to do the water. One you know. H have this dream of the tiger with the.
"lee lewis" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"In any type of logging activity. It's funny that you mention that. I've had several. I have a cabinet. But in montana. And i've had several trees up there that i've had cut down and there's another one of mine. Were up the day after. I had to come back off the road and go out with steve they went. They fill the giant of larch tree that was probably a couple several hundred years old. And i have. My friend took a video and it was awesome. Just watch but i have not been around a really big tree being i just. I've missed out every time. Okay something i discount. It reminds me. I saw on mythbusters today so there was somebody who was cutting a tree with a chainsaw. In long previously this tree had been shot with a gun. There was a bullet in there and as he was cutting the chainsaw hit the bullet and launched it enough to actually penetrate kill i. I thought that was crazy. That was like the craziest thing. I've heard nothing. I would have even thought to be possible so definitely be careful anytime. You've never heard that. That's a new. And i would think that that the chain buck out. now i have a story ties. Into the steve miller it evolves chainsaws and sri our love. These questions are former major player. Billy peterson is a great jazz upright bass player but he also plays electric bass and steve did his jazz album. In nineteen eighty seven called born to be blue. I had nothing to do that. Record that rhythm section was the real objective was playing for ben cederin. Who was a keyboard player. Who steve had gone to college with and had written space cowboy with and so they were out promoting that tour and that band got to be the road band for that tour and then the greatest hits cd came out around. Nineteen eighty-seven mediate right when they were doing. And it's so hot cakes and all of a sudden they had to put all the rock songs back into the set. the st was doing jazz tunes. He was doing like willow weep for me and when sunny gets blue and just him. I'm kinds of jazz. Stop and it was like his audience was fine. You're going to get a t shirt and a beer. you know. And so he had to put the rock step back in the show. So you back into the show. And i came back in ninety three. Is i take a break from eighty seven to ninety three while he was doing that rhythm section to raise my first child had with diane so i came back in ninety three playing guitar and around two thousand eight our bass player when atas backyard in minneapolis. It was probably around the end of november thinking and they're always been a couple of freezes but it was probably a nice day and he was up at twelve foot ladder any barna chainsaw from his next door neighbor. It had not sharpened in a while so it was kind of dough chopping limbs out of his tree up on this twelve foot ladder and he hit a big branch and the chain seized up. And it wouldn't cut anymore it's stocked it because the voters rented it but chainsaw and threw him back onto this platforms show ladder and he's up about ten twelve feet. I don't know up pretty high off and so he throws the chainsaw knowing that he needs to get rid of that really fat. Otherwise it's texas chainsaw massacre time you know it's bad and he's trying to get his bounds and he can't get it. He says screw it and he tries to come out of the fall is he has to fall ause so the latter went with him. They tried to roll in abide landing with his feet. Just like you do with a paratrooper thing. Does he was in the military kind of knew this well. The permafrost underneath the ground was frozen up to the right to the service so there wasn't any given the line. It was totally hard so he broke his ankle about four place. We were on. We were on tour. He was just home for a couple of days in decided to just sort of history with this borough chainsaw. Yeah so i'm a bass player. I played bass and guitar on the abracadabra told you really with its demos and even though i'd been steve's guitar player for many many years i played bass on a couple of his records and he had forgotten that i'd played bass so we are in the middle east tour. We're getting ready to go to austin city limits. As a matter of fact what their new moody theater is a matter of fact which we were helping debut and so i had to go over to base the manager and steve said. We'll you gotta play bass now. So i went over to base in the second. I went over to base the drummer and the manager who was also our in house mixer with. Oh my god the pocket. It's so good because you gotta stay on base. So that's how. I got the gig on bass. In the steve miller betas are poor bass player. Who was supposed to be convalescing gig. While i was subbing for him i ended up taking his job unfortunately blessing we're still great friends and we actually own under up in montana cool so we're friends in fact we're doing a gig in july together up there so we're france but he's a jazz player. He actually went back to playing bebop after he left the band. And he he's happier plan what he loves then he was playing all these three chord rock does that he didn't it anyway. So that kind of worked out then. We eventually hired guitar player. Jacob in austin from denmark. Took my job so i got hired and fired on the same day basically or actually i was just subbing for billy. And then when jacob came on the scene and steve decide to hire jacob. He fired nancy guitar. Player and higher be is the bass player that day. That's how i got the base job risk from a chainsaw bucket back off of a tree. These see when i write these questions on. This is stupid but then it happens more than once where the question is dumb but the answer is just perfect. Everything has l. for reason. Yeah got bad about. I mean i didn't really wanna change but it just was. It was kind of a situation where steve was like because he loved guitar player. Love me playing lead guitar. But what i would do it. I'd get standing ovations. And he didn't like that too much so he liked it when i went on base. Because he didn't have to worry about that anymore. Yeah exactly. So that's that's the truth actually sounds sounds about right. It huge question here kidding. Does you refill your scotch or did you wind down or what's going on in your head in my head. I'm i'm doing great my head. No i'm i'm hanging with you guys. I mean it. You know it's up to you. We are going to another walking tonight and it was kind of cold and blustery. I said this served. And i don't usually have a to excuse me a little bit of understandable now no worries no worries us. I said my second kovic. So i might have a little bit. Congratulations s kind of what it does when you get the. Kobe gives you a little bit of the cobra virus and so yes. I'm kinda feeling something dangling kind of like this necklace in my loan. Trying to that out you know so. Hopefully speaking chinese russian scotches just gone anyway. So i i don't drink go out these days. I disabled okay. Okay well we'll keep going through. I didn't. I didn't know i didn't know you run off. Okay okay well then we will keep on doing without a break. And i'll ask you another stupid ass question and it is. What's the largest vehicle you've ever driven. Nothing really big I never driven the tour bus. I have other band members driven tour buses. But not me. I'm trying to think of ever rented an rv. And i don't think i did. I was gonna rent an rv. I never did. I'd say i'd say probably.
"lee lewis" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"Like a fricken. Hydrant elliott beg of bengal tiger. That not only was kissing her but was spreading his gland as well so it was like this hemi kitty litter hydrant completely. Go peter tiger urine. Watch go down inside story. And i met slim jim in in puerto vallarta mexico. I did a show with my wife. Diane three day festival here in this strike s for there and i met him and i told him about the story and he like. Oh yeah. I think i remember that you know. Of course. he's not what there anymore. But yeah i think i remember the go back to the hotel chains. That take baking soda. But it's kind of like discount. You know i'll read the show. It'd be the big star at the show. You know with their with their stray cats groupie persona that you plan. That was that was a predecessor to go right with this tiger. Okay so now do the show. We do the show. Everybody plays joe. Cocker barely can speak. He was hanging out in the bar with us all the night before. He got so hammered that he came up on stage he couldn't even at soundcheck he couldn't even make eat out of his voice. He was totally dry. No civil we'd going to call a doctor that should be twelve and everything pushed them out on stage. Holy see mainly started saying. Would you say finally got going. That was funny and then we asked you to if they wanted to sit in with us at the end of the night. Of course at that point bono's kind of addicted you didn't wanna like hang out. But he made steve thinking was gonna do it and he says what did he says. Well wants to midnight hour. Let's easy song. We all know that he goes. He goes because you know okay. I can't do irish you know. We'll be case. Whatever you say about it sounds like even anyway. They go for their encore. They do midnight hour on their own. Without steve and the crowd goes crazy goes perfect song in their shetland. Darci with a with them sent with it so he stole the song. From steve's idea couldn't at the end of their so they're liberals took up so they aren't even so he's kind of you go to dublin you hanging out with the locals are they'll tell you the same day mail. No the that muscle. that's why he lives in california. You know so anyone that being said i don't know how you doing He's listening. I was reading that night to anyway. Joe cocker was amdi. So we do this at where in texas bugs are are her monica player norton buffalo as trying to play her monica in the bugs are clogging up the vents inside banging on keychain remote. We're all sweating. Finally we start taking off the touch jackets. Steve didn't take his. He had his tux on the whole time. He was just sweating like a pig. So here we go. We're getting ready to do. The big act with abracadabra goes up the steps to. Here's the deal. The steps are hollow and they're on wheels to and they've slide underneath this box. It's up on stilts. Like i told you which was an you frame so his job was to go up these little steps get inside. It opened the door in an open. Get inside with guitar. Wave at everybody while the song was. We're still playing the group. They shut the drapes. What his job is to open a trap door on the bottom of the cage and crawl down inside these little steps it clearly crunch himself into like field position and get his side this little step thing that had wheels on it and they were supposed to take a robe and pull this little stairwell out from underneath his thing and take it over the side of the state. Just get rid of it real fast because it was going you upstairs. You got inside blah blah blah. The drapes shut. He had about twenty seconds to get inside the stairs and then bring the lid while he was grabbing. Another wire which brought the false wall is there was a false wall that was the whole size of the cage and had about two and a half feet clear in this poor male banker tire. He'll be drugged all day. Who was really pissed off. You'd already pissed on equity in. He's inside this little chambers the back of the game so he pulls that down he drops the door. That's above the sterile. He said and then this thing goes bam. You know this this fake wall. And that's where they were supposed to pull the stereo while a tyner who had been cramped episode only came forward immediately. Went to the front of this thing now. The floor of this cade is made out of plywood. It's not the frame famous steel but the floor is he's got a couple of little pieces of steel across but the whole floor is a piece of marine plywood. It was a pretty good piece of plywood but not good enough to withstand the weight of a seven hundred fifty eight hundred pound bengal tiger pushing down on this. This plywood piece of flooring pushed down on the top of the stairwell. Ins- stairwell got stuck so now they can't pull the stairwell. Steve's the side of it and the tigers steve's in a tux sweats as inside a little box in august in germany. And you know what happens tigers when they give drugs they lose their bowels because it kept and so the tiger than ships and peas all on the floor where the christ trap door doesn't have any weather stripping under this isn't all a piss in those down into the stairwell and now steve nellis trapped alone confined place that he can't get out and he's coming with tiger it's so why they can and now the the guy is free on the guys freaking out. That's the thing is he knows. Something's wrong the magician. He knows it. he's trying to get some roadies. Come out with a crowbar. And he can't spend the thing because he's supposed to be able to spend the thing to show everybody that there's name and steve can escape but it's kinda get blown because this thing is stuck underneath they come with two crowbars. They finally cracked this thing out from underneath. And then they finally steve out and wheel him up. We're still waiting. I'm watching from the side. And i see they open up the top of the stairwell steve pops out like a jack of the mark and he's screaming. He wants to kill everybody. Act stage and at this point. I can't hold it off anymore. I'm gonna have my ass we've just done and it was all because we we had never done even with even with sandbags. We couldn't and this whole because the plywood and tested we didn't know it was going to sag with an eight hundred pound bagel tire. So if you go on youtube. Steeler band abracadabra rock lost nineteen eighty-two. No excuse me nineteen eighty-four you'll see a video of a best of the seat now. You weren't seeing it and things that i saw. But you'll see steve owner the box you'll see the tire. Come out you'll see all that. But i that's the backstory that goes with that that's just one of many stories but.
"lee lewis" Discussed on Ghost Town
"And that's we're at today but again it's still a lot of rumors going on about what happened with the two wives that died. Richard ben kramer is a journalist. That i got a lot of the information for this episode about he. His rolling stone article really highly insinuates. That lewis had something to do with the death of his wives and that he absolutely had something to do with the destruction of the lives of many of his ex wives that were still alive. It's very sad. And he just seems like one of those guys that he's just so not under under the rate he's on the radar but we miss a lot of this activity because it's been so long and because it just feels like his whole musical persona is an static. I don't know the movie. Great balls of fire. I think really brought him back to public consciousness from what i remember watching movies and played dennis. Quaid we're talking about dennis quaid also dates. Yeah much younger. Which i thought was interesting kind of take. But y- i think the thing of jerry lee lewis. I mean his the late nineteen fifties is his apex but yet is he's just a the fact that he survived so much for so long where other people haven't in the eighty s. He got most of his stomach removed. And he's like at now at eighty five. He's you can see my tiktok. It's an interesting thing that people have given him a pass because they'll always have some kind of celebration with him and he's really playing. This got us some good songs and he is definitely a pioneer exit. He's switched to country standards because the british invasion came music changed. Where does he fit in. Elvis's you know what i mean. Elvis was not in vogue in the yet to come back in sixty eight and and everything like that. So musically people like. I don't wanna hear rocker. Bob change we want to hear something more aggressive and then obviously music has changed a lot but people have given him a huge pass and he never mind. Never mind just dating. You're very young cousin there. That is definitely the one thing to remember. But the fact is is that he is just not a good person to a lot of people and yet we're talking about the seven wives but there's probably seven thousand other people he treated like garbage and everyone. Some people treat people. Everyone has to be nice all the time. Twenty four seven but he seems to be like a routine bad boy that people like they said people java cool whatever all part of music history all of a sudden you get total pass because all like when the stuff came to consciousness as being really bad. This is after because obviously at the time people like. She's thirteen years old. Holy shit but at the time we're really felt like humility bad and this person is an addict in their abusive. He was already old. He was like not perceived of as the same amount of threatening as he might be in his early years and in a style. Jack you're saying comes in and out of conscious. But i think that movie great balls of fire was one of those things that really brought him and.
"lee lewis" Discussed on Ghost Town
"I think it's time for everyone's favourite heart new favourite part reading apple podcasts. Oh really believe that Yes wow somebody messaged at somebody and on twitter name was i said it was and it was actually brad so sorry. My bad was a good review to all man and never. Oh we can't even be good at the people who are leaving good reviews now love this podcast i really love your chemistry and storytelling format. It's fun i feel like i'm chilling with you. The stories are fascinating. And i can't get enough. Great job around from rennes eleven. Us and a off. Hope they're enjoying this one. F the haters. Yeah i went there. Oh i see. I didn't go there. See bartlett. I've listened to the most of the back catalog and really enjoyed the true abandoned places and things along with murder mysteries the backdrop between you two it makes it seem like you're not just reading facts off a paper poop paste all star. Listen take the good bad. Take them both. Okay are you have poop. Understand how these two mid wits mid wets yellow midwives or a halfway i think midwives and dimwit so we don't have the skill set to even come close to being a midwife to pass judgment upon anyone they make a podcast and are failing badly now not to be amid word but if we're failing badly that means words succeeding so bad at failing. Yeah that mean accidents. Words is that judgy. Maybe yeah themselves better than anyone else in. Lisa's you should do listen to the wind. Blow your i get some as you can listen to. People and that opinion is totally valid. If you hear that you hear judgment like why are you talking about these murderers in a negative way rodak. It's right him a chance. I don't know cook like probably are passing judgment on people that are already judge thoroughly in prison right now. Yes probably true. But i will say i do not think that we are and we don't think that we always were garbage. And we're not it's not a thing it's literally we can see things for what they are..
"lee lewis" Discussed on Ghost Town
"He has been described as rock and roll. I great wild man and one of the most influential pianists of the twentieth century which is huge and not untrue. But again this is another reason on a to talk about him in that. His personal life really cuts down a lot of his musical achievements. And we can talk about the artist. Serafini artist all day. And it's where you choose to draw the line with that with him so he was a southern pentecostal kid. Who became the masthead of the quote. Devil's music rock and roll. He also was married seven times. Each marriage ended. Not let's say. Jerry lewis first wife was dorothy barton. The daughter of a preacher. He was just sixteen and she was seventeen. Interestingly enough he would say that. Dorothy was fourteen when she was actually seventeen. Manipulating would later get him into some trouble. Their marriage lasted from february. Nineteen fifty two to act tober. Nineteen fifty three twenty months. We don't really know what specifically happened to them but he we can presume that he fell in love with someone else because he literally got married again right after. Dorothy barton to jane mitchum twenty three days before his divorce from dorothy barton was final. He married this woman. People doubt its validity because of this but whatever they married in october and fifty seven after four years. Lewis filed for divorce the couple of two children jerry lewis junior and ronnie guy lewis jerry lewis junior a musician a drummer. Actually who is in. His father's band struggled with mental health and addiction like his father and would die at h nineteen after overturning his jeep while he was driving and broke his neck. Now let's move on to louis third marriage which would occur five months before his second divorce was finalized he really gets into them one after the other on december twelfth nineteen fifty seven. Everybody worn louis not to get married and two. If you're going to get married. Do not take his wife onto her with him. It wasn't public yet. But after lewis touchdown at heathrow airport british journalists swarmed him asked him who this woman was next and woman again be very generous. She was a girl. She answered. Myra jerry's wife. They realized that he had married his thirteen year. Old cousin once removed. Myra gale brown. Lots of problems. Obviously a twenty two year old louis was then asked how old his new wife was immediately. After she had revealed her name and her relationship to him he lied and said she was fifteen. Of course the truth came to light very soon after. They did some digging. And the press hounded. Jerry and myra mercilessly fans were outraged. The tour was cancelled after the first three shows didn't sell well and those who tended harassed lewis booed him from their seats. They made his tour a hellscape and he deserved it in a later interview. My right now. My williams reflects on that moment in her life. She says the only problem was that no one told me anything. So when a reporter asked me who are you. I was the one who left the big cat of the bag. It was a perfect storm. It couldn't have happened at a worse time at a worse place. Everything just came together and a major explosion happened. There's one photo that will put up i. It's it's when i think about when i think about this marriage it was taken in may of nineteen sixty two right before. Meyer and lewis. Were about to leave for london. It's of myra. And she's on the runway at heathrow and they she is a big big girl. teased haircut. Like a woman of that. Time like a very fashionable haircut. And she has this a mink stole and his little kitten heels and she has shopping bags and a little bible with her too and she looks so young looking away from the camera..
"lee lewis" Discussed on Ghost Town
"A killer romance. I'm jason horton. I'm rebecca leave and this is goes town. It was may nineteen fifty-eight at heathrow airport. Jerry lewis was arriving to london for a major tour. A british journalist asked the small girl next to lewis one question. Who are you. She answered simply. And honestly saying i'm myra jerry's wife he was not yet divorced and mayer brown. Was his thirteen year old cousin. Today we're gonna talk about these seven wives of jerry lewis and there are parts that are obviously really bad. There's bad parts but there's also a testament to this person who's still alive and the time and place of these marriages and these women's stories which i hope is not a ton out there for some of them but you really get a sense of of again like i said at the time and place of things what music was like the culture of of being married to someone like him this highly successful abusive erotic musician. So i just wanna say that before. We even get started. Jerry lewis was a pioneer of rock and roll and rockabilly music. He was known by his concerning nickname at the killer which he used weaponized after a while he was very radic and with threaten many people not just the woman who was married to born in nineteen thirty five and concordia parish louisiana. Lewis began playing piano with his two cousins. Mickey gilley went on to be a popular country music singer. And jimmy swaggart no us pretty economic televangelist of the seventies recognizing his talent lewis. Parents mortgage their farm to buy him his first piano. Lewis started recording in fifties and memphis with his nineteen fifty seven. Hit whole lot of shaking going on making him. Essentially a star breakout star. He followed that song. Great balls of fire also incredibly famous breathless in highschool confidential. I grew up listening to him on the oldies channel. In my town's radio you'd hear it all the time soundtracks to things he again as someone who grew up in essentially the ninety s it was still such a big part of my musical childhood after marrying his second wife his thirteen year old cousin which we will get to to a little bit more in debt after marrying his second wife like we talked about his thirteen year old cousin. He didn't do much. In the nineteen sixties his performances were getting more erratic wildly energetic insane. Dude lots of things that will also get into you. Went full country at the end of the nineteen sixties and was known for covering classics and kind of a country style by twenty ten. He had a dozen gold records in both rock and country. He had forgotten me awards including a grammy lifetime achievement award and two grammy hall of fame awards in nineteen eighty six. He was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame..
"lee lewis" Discussed on Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds
"Today were throwing it back old school to what. Maybe the primordial rock rivalry. We're taking it back to the dawn of sun records in the feud between elvis presley and jerry lewis the king versus the killer. I can't wait. Elvis presley known as the king of rock and roll but jerry lee lewis is the king of role wild men. I feel if jerry lee started his career today he would be cancelled in about five minutes. His story is filled with scandals involving drugs. Booze guns underage cousins to dead wives including one. He might have murdered one bass player that he accidentally shot in the chest and many other unmentionable compared to jerry lee even with his own foibles. Elvis looks like an angel which might be why. Jerry lee literally tried to kill elvis at one point which will get into in this episode. There's so much crazy rock and roll lord to parse here. I can't wait to get into it without further ado. Let's get into this. It all begins with elvis so many rock and roll tales. Do you know the story. Little boy from tupelo mississippi boina a room shotgun shack. It's like a chuck berry lear. He was a shy kid. He gave his first musical performance at a singing contest. And it's elementary school at age. Ten and he was dressed as a cowboy stood on stool of reach. The mike and the best part is the only came in fifth place. Which i mean i wanna talk to those other. Four people who like for the rest of their lives were like. Yeah you know. I beat elvis singing contest right. Like how wild would that be when times a daily slipped back into the conversation. We're those people today. What are they doing. Please get in touch. Please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you soon after this. He got a guitar for christmas. Which bummed out because he wanted a bike or a gun typical mississippi kid he learned it and started bringing it to school to sing hillbilly music during lunchtime. And he was seen as kind of a loner and teased as being a mama's boy and even called trashy for playing this kind of wild hillbilly music and <hes>. One of his classmates was the younger brother of a musician name mississippi slim who had a radio show on local blow station and he would take elvis down to the station and slim would give him guitar pointers. And that became one of his early musical influences. The presley's also lived in a predominantly black neighborhood where he absorbed those musical influences well. So you've got this. Hillbilly music played by memphis swim or ernest tubb hank snow mixed with the blues music that he heard in his neighborhood he loved. Rosetta are for example and the gospel but he knew from pentecostal churches all blended into the very unique musical gumbo. That became elvis's sound. I was to me in many ways was was like a modern man before his time you know he loved music and listen to anything. It didn't matter where it came from. If you liked it he liked. It was the r&b hillbilly music of course but like you said he was also the gospel music. Can he love blues. And into crooners. Like dean martin. Perry komo's well and even like the opera singer mario lanza. He was a big fan of him as well. And i feel like elvis generally had like really good taste and a away. I wonder if his greatest talent was as a curator. You know like he had a gift for being able to recognize what was good and synthesize it into like one thing that he did in a very unique way. If you look at elvis. His early life. I feel like it takes a really crucial turn when he turns thirteen. That's when his family moves to memphis which is of course one of the great american music cities of all time and this is around the time that like alba's hanging out in local juke joints in watching live music. And he actually got to know. Bb king a little bit at this time like this will. This was bb. King was also really young and before he was famous. Elvis also started playing music around like the public housing complex where he lived so you starting to dabble in performance. But he was basically like a loner. At this time he had long sideburns. He had like long hair for the time. He slipped it back kind of like a truck driver at the time and he was like a real sort of econo- class at his school he didn't sink publicly until nineteen fifty-three that's when he entered a town show at his high school. And you later say that. Like i wasn't popular in school but then i entered in this talent show and when i came on stage i heard people of rumbling and whispering and so forth because nobody even knew i could sing. It was amazing how popular i became in school after that. I can just picture this. It's like the scene in the bio pic about elvis. He starts to become the king. It all begins at this moment. But the scene. I would've always assumed that would have been a bio pic is actually a myth. Everyone knows this. This story of elvis. Going to sam phillips sun records in august nineteen fifty-three to you know the myth is that he went to cut two songs as a birthday present for his mom. That was sort of the story that was put around. Which is you know. Very much in the elvis image. Being this like sweet mama's boy in fact he showed up just because he was ambitious guy. <hes> the author peter guralnick. Who wrote the definitive elvis memoir last train to memphis <hes>. And the other part to called careless love <hes>. He talks about there was a much cheaper recording machine down the road like a general store so elvis just wanted to make a song you know record for his mother for a birthday he could have done it much cheaper and easier down the street so he definitely had his sights on being discovered when he showed up to to sun records and the <hes>. The receptionist tried to get a gauge. On what kind of musician was and asked him who he sounded like. I love his reply. Said i don't sound like nobody. Which is a hell of an intro. And you know very true. Sam phillips was in that day. The guy ran the company receptions like what she heard and left a note for phillips saying to hold onto this guy so for a few months phillips. Wasn't really sure what to do. With elvis. there are few failed auditions that he went on with other groups <hes>. Working as a trucker for time and some musicians the audition for basically told them to stick to his job. They really weren't into his sound at all. Sam offered him a few songs to sing. It didn't really click with his vocal style. Until elvis and the sort ad hoc band that phillips put together just started jamming and screwing around and between takes and they started messing around on a song. That's all right. Mama and sam phillips new good thing when he heard it and that became elvis. I hit and the ad hoc ban that that sam put together with with bill. Black and scotty moore which became the you know the iconic elvis backing band so elvis is on his way right now to fame and fortune and we all know the story after that. Jerry lee lewis. He's not yet famous at this point but he's basically moving like on a parallel track. Alvis now jerry lee lewis. He was born in fair day. Louisiana in nineteen thirty. Five the same year as elvis. Elvis was born in january of that year. Jerry lee was born in september so like nine months or so separates them at that time so very close in age like elvis early was born into poverty. He was raised in the christian faith and he was drawn to music at an early age. Actually his parents mortgage their house to buy jerry. Lee a piano and like elvis. Jerry lee grew up singing gospel music and while they had a similar christian background. I feel like their take on christianity. Was much different. Like if you listen to like the gospel records at elvis made. They're very much like sort of talking about the afterlife. In this very sort of like peaceful and tranquil kind of ways looking at like the holy spirit as being a way to sort of save you to deliver you from darkness whereas like jerry lee definitely of the fire and brimstone variety of christianity. Like where he was very focused on sin and hell in the devil and where you desire is intense and like the punishment for desire is intense and you can see how these contrasting views spirituality. We're gonna define these guys as they move forward you'll lee would actually like talk later in life about how you wanted to be a preacher at one point and his cousin of course is jimmy swaggart which i don't know people so remember jimmy swaggart like in the nineteen eighties. He was a very famous televangelist and he actually ended up getting busted in the red light district in new orleans for messing around with ten dollar prostitutes. Yeah jimmy swaggart and jerry lee. I think they both dealt with the devil. Shall we say yeah. That's a good way to put it so anyway. Jerry lee you know. He's getting his first exposure. Perform playing the piano in church. But by the time you know he's around fifteen or so. You started to get into trouble. Because he's playing like rock and roll versions essentially of hymns and this is also around the time that he earned his nickname the killer which is like one of the coolest nicknames i think in rock and roll like king of rock and roll that's a pretty cool nickname but like the killer to me is like untouchable and it's somewhat ironic given his eventual life. Because again like he was at one point accused of killing one of his wives but he insists that like he was called the killer because he was murdering people but because he was such a good musician. Like there's a quote in league. just fantastic. Natasha's jerry lewis biography hellfire or actually says that he hates that nickname but he said he's been stuck with it ever since he was a kid and he said i don't think they mean it killer. Lack kill people. I think they mean it musically speaking
"lee lewis" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have
"So the record went pretty quick. As for as but abracadabra was not a song that we wrote it was song. Had leftover from an album pyre. It was called macho children and it was really bad lyrics. Our but the track was really good and i had. They're really nice little pogo pump. Kind of almost like a repeal And it was in minor which was kind of cool and it sounded kind of european. You know but we weren't necessarily trying to go over european market But he finally you wrote new lyrics ford After us telling him at the throw this off the record and he came in. With this doggone abracadabra wanna reach grabby We wait yeah so the problem. The last thing that he was working on was the guitar solo and at the time his girlfriend Kim walked in the control room one day when he was in the in the studio part and no doubt value as do guitar overdoes it. She walked into the control room ended cat call on his guitar. Like earth worm on his neck and then he took this bar that i taught him how to keep in tune on a stratocaster around just kind of trying to express themselves to her that he thought she looked you know and we all looked at each other. After after two or three days of you know laboring over this big long harmonic minor. You know kinda. Carlos santana on his solo that he was trying to do and we all jumped on. He said do that again. And he did. Were moore birmingham. Aren't we said you know what you need to do that. Kind of stuff for the salt sampling at the half track will put here will put it there kind of space. It into the stereo audio spectrum will get byron to come in. he'll do the s. and m. whip sh so after we got the going That's how we were able to make a hit record kenny. What's the worst gift you've ever been given where's gift. Steve is very competitive with the guitar. Chair can ban. Of course bought skaggs was the first guy And then a lot of people. Like dude it and greg douglas and other people that came after that take a lot of heat from steve because steve plays guitar and that's what he knows and so he's a little bit competitive and it gives you solos Can look at and man so he's always better so that being said i was his guitar player for twenty eight years from From eighty two when we started the advocate abitur on and off all the way through about two thousand ten over base when our as player broke his ankle and he could you know come out and do the tour that we were in the middle. So i switched back over to base and there but i love my baseline so that kept me on base and that's been rape because he doesn't really know a whole lot about base and he just you know leaves me alone but was the guitar player was always teasing me. You know telling me this. And i sort of having an inherent genetic is genetic double chin from my mother and even when i was pretty skinny still had a little pouf there is. I don't have a really big job lot. That's why we're beard. But anyway he took it upon himself to give me a birthday joke yet. Ones which. I just sent pictures. I lean The lady that the interview And.
"lee lewis" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have
"Malibu and gary malibu had played on a lot of big hit records including going all the way back to dance by van morrison and eventually he did Most of the steve miller hits and eddie money hits and say you invite 'em peter frampton records but he was The drummer for the band and novas A situation where the singer this guy gerard was leading the band right material for the project. And so gary an i and Drier and this kind of john massaro started becoming a songwriter partners Eventually we had to records. Come out with that group And nothing happened. And so gary. John and i decided to try to our record deal and we started writing material. We had eight songs in the can that we've mixed. We're getting ready to go for deal. And that's when steve miller calls out of the blue and says hey you got any material that of a record by christmas and i'm dry and Gary came in. We had a band. Maybe real quick and he said well. Let's send him our demos. He might be wants to talk and he was so impressed by our stuff. Each at all eight of them and kind of wiped us out. We didn't have any more. And then he not only didn't like the sons but he liked the masters it recorded them in gary's garage teac eighty dash eight Happened machine fifteen. Ibm db excellent. Ed and We transferred that to twenty four track. Two inch took it a capital. And that's when steve started working on the abracadabra album and that's when he asks me to start coming down and helping them produce the record with he and gary because he really like my guitar playing me like my baseline might songs and i met him appear. I met him as somebody who needed material from the end. So i wasn't even asked to join the band and we'd actually finish. The record and wounded eight is called. Hey why don't you come to the album photo session tomorrow. Because they played on everything. You helped me produce. This helped me candidate out this record. Went you discount promoted. So i didn't really have to audition. I decided to make the decision. If i wanted to give up a studio career and in hindsight those are pretty good and must be quite a time looking back at. It was quite risky to hand with songs written to stave. Not because i always write more songs but it was. It was a time when we wanted to go for a record deal. We were motivated. We felt pretty cocky. I had already done three records and none of them had taken off. So i kind of knew how to do it. I knew how to right ahead And this was ready to do it for myself. And i was singing lead. You know on my first record deal which was something. That was new to me. But i i started feeling pretty confident about that. So yeah to give all the songs it was kind of tough but It wasn't bad because you know having that amount of tunes on a record. It's five million copies. We got a lot of mechanical. From just being attached to the single which was abracadabra. Which unfortunately i did. Not write eventually outlet abracadabra and what was the experience like putting the album together and of course the experience of getting you first number one single with the title track well. The title in particular was lasting. We're working on all the time. We're finished while all ski dues. Kinda take what john had and our go rider whose vocalist and just copy. Easily vogels in just put a couple of guitar parts of his own and whatnot..
"lee lewis" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch
"Them so long answer to a short question. I think they're probably a little more common in women especially around certain periods of light. And i think women are more likely that medical attention. I think that's so interesting that some of us may as you kind of mentioned a little bit ago. Have these in the background. But sometimes we just don't notice them or excetera and other times we do so. Thank you so much. I think this was a great great great conversation on an issue that i see so much in the clinic. Something that really bothers women and that we could really kinda of given this nice little cliff's notes summary in this episode. So i also wanna let you know for these for the listeners. If you are listening to this and you wanna see her heart models. Go ahead and i will put this up on my youtube channel. Which is health by her. End lincoln below if you wanna see us talking as well and so we will put this episode out on both my podcast and also youtube. Well really lewis anything else before we let you go outside but then cheaper for bringing about two women who who haven't felt the need or not yet needed to seek medical attention for this collecting understanding why this happened. And what it means and that it been nine will be really reassuring people. Because i don't actually think there's anyone who had the at in their lives and maybe they don't have a doctor at that moment. They thought it was there to the medical attention. It's really important that people recognized yet. Our heartbeats two billion times in our lifetime once in a while yet beat is going to be a little different and if it comes and it goes and it doesn't make you busy your faint or chest pain or certain Until k to ignore it but do take it as a possible signal that you might be under stress or their metric tons of promotional and tune into that and then when in doubt. That's that's wonderful so many good pieces of information in this episode. Thank you so much for enlightening us with your wisdom. Well thank you guys again. So much. For listening to the podcast. Please feel free to leave us. A star review or comment because that helps other women. See this podcast in the algorithm and have a wonderful rest of your day or evening by everyone thank you..
Billy Joe Shaver, Seminal Outlaw-Country Songwriter, Dead at 81
"Well, Here's an interesting story. One interesting fellow that many this may not know about. You know his music Billy Joe Shaver. Seminal outlaw country songwriter passed away at the age of 81. He had no unspecified illness was in Waco, Texas. He's a Texas native. In fact, he burst onto the scene in 1973, a debut album entitled Old Five and Dime. Er's Like Me. I was known for contributing the Outlaw country movement. Who's friends with Willie once our shaver, as you said he called him the greatest living songwriter. His songs recorded by the likes of Johnny Cash. Elvis, Kris Kristofferson, Jerry Lee Lewis. His rep said his hardscrabble songs reflected his tough life dropped out of high school hitchhiked, drove trucks across the country, married and divorced. The same woman three times for him can't be too sure, and the 2007 shot a man in the face outside a bar in Texas. It was acquitted of the charges, claiming self defense had a heart attack on stage Andrada memoir about it 2005 and Title honky tonk hero. When he was young. He lost the top three fingers in a sawmill accident. His son, Eddie, died of a heroin overdose in 2000. He was inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame Year was 2006. For that was also a member of the National Songwriters Hall of Fame that that honor in 2002 Americana Music Association gave him a lifetime achievement award for song writing most recently last year, the Academy of Country Music gave him the Poets Award. So they both may wise Williams shaver together hard to be an outlaw crack shovel. It'll go right. And it's hard to be the only thing. This was part of it. I think this was in one of those TV shows that Kenny Rogers did those that called a gambler. And I think this song is willing. Elsa was in a couple of those with willing with Kristofferson was in One or two of them in that bunch. That song was in that
Low Cut Connie Showcases A New Ambition On 'Private Lives'
"This is fresh air. The Philadelphia band low cut, Connie makes what you might call old fashioned rock and roll guitar and piano based rooted in classic rhythm and blues. The band can count as fans Elton John Howard Stern and Barack Obama, who put one of the band's songs on his 2015 summer playlist. Now locate. Connie, led by singer songwriter Adam Weiner has released a double album called Private Lives, and Rock critic Ken Tucker says that this modest band's new ambitiousness Is a rock a success. You do it you gotta do just to survive. If you see local Connie live, which you can still do, even in pandemic times. By watching the band's weekly Livestream shows, you'll see front and center band leader Adam Weiner. He's got the beady eyed look of a highly intelligent ferret. His head topped with a massive, untamed, curly hair. At some point in every proceeding, he strips down to reveal a sleeveless undershirts and pasty skin free of both vanity and irony. Wiener pounds his piano and shakes his head and his rear end in the great tradition of Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis, and sometimes he's almost as entertaining.
"lee lewis" Discussed on X96
"Advertised price I saw this story in about Jerry Lee Lewis okay Jerry Lee Lewis is eighty four he is anybody's less rock and roll pioneer some bills in this might be he has not done well he suffered a stroke last year but he he's going up well it but I'm never gonna record again but somebody is his wife's cousin wife cousin I did I don't know she's related to him or not so that wives yeah that was a long time this is this is one of his wives that he hasn't murdered okay but has took him to a recording studio they were were they were planning to record some vocals for a Jerry Lee Lewis record he said he's wanted to do gospel songs we grew up with the local office so this video was attached to the story Jerry Lee Lewis doing this song he was a piece of work man what makes sense if you want to do gospel music that's what you do right before you die you find all I find John Deere cover to cover your bases you know who his his these cousins of Jimmy Swaggart any swagger who once saw on TV last night doing a commercial for what this is Jimmy Swaggart telling our phone calls will music on this certain channel a I can't recall and it'll change your life this is Jimmy Swaggart saying any standing he looks good swagger really listen listen to this guy he just sold the the horrible when they start building on the piano and jumping up and down we had a great little combo he and he you know I I can see parents being scared of this because because this maids made almost Presley look tame by comparison in he I was was Elvis was a nice kid compared to Jerry Lee Lewis a Corey Feldman speaking of people weren't ill I need some help he's been on my list before he's not right now though Corey Feldman was of traveling the other day and detained at LaGuardia airport after going through a security checkpoint with a taser is a taser on him just in case well you never know people are out to get him you never know he always travels with a taser apparently which he normally puts in his checked baggage he's he's you know he's taken it to England then to Canada with no issues but he didn't remember he had it on him until too late no honestly I'm not gonna Tay's anybody on the plane I promise you don't grow no one was for the mother of two Idaho children missing since September it's about time arrested yesterday all why all in the mug shots great she heard her make up is perfect her hair is perfect it is a kind of a small gash she's look she she's a bit evil not be do yeah it that is a but yeah one of the chart one of the church lorries aloe known as Lori do day bell arrested on a warrant is issued in Madison County Idaho being held on five million dollars bail seven year old Joshua of aloe and seventeen year old Kylie Ryan haven't been seen since left it late September and police in Rexburg Idaho have said that they strongly believe that their lives are in danger if they still have the Lisa said Lori following her new husband Chad Dave L. have lied about the children's whereabouts in even about their existence with Chad day bell allegedly killing one person that Lori fellow had no kids really and I'm sorry about allegedly telling another person that her daughter died more than a year earlier this tangled cases spans multiple states and includes investigations into three separate deaths Laurie valid just range husband Charles was shot and killed in Phoenix in July by Lori's brother Alan Alex **** Mr **** who claim the shooting was in self defense died of unknown causes in December in August Laurie fellow moved her family to Idaho in October Chad day bill's wife Tammy Dave L. Donna a bit of what her obituary said was natural causes not so sure now when Chad they built merry Laurie bellow just two weeks after Tammy step law enforcement said what suspicious yeah I had Tammy day bills remains a June the test results on Tammy day bills remains an Alex Cox's remains have not yet been released from a public now Lori bellow failed to comply with a court ordered for procure her children before authorities bring her bring them forth Ortiz on January thirtieth in Idaho she's been charged with two felony counts desertion and non support of dependent children good she is also charged with resisting or obstructing officers criminal solicitation to commit a crime and contempt of court criminal solicitation to commit a crime that's a church that is interesting we don't know what I always you well I would think that has something to do with the dancers brother of her brother and that the house but then her yeah her brother was kind of her hit man she just but the picture we've seen up to this point she's smiling and closer than this photos but this mug shot that is a that is a you think you think you get it in short you they didn't charger with murder or anything like that because they don't they don't want to screw up they don't have the evidence yeah the case involves rumors of a call Laurie velo reportedly believe should she is a god assigned to carry out the work of the one hundred and forty four thousand rice second coming yeah they believe that a hundred and forty four thousand people only will be same sentence that series of books he guy rotisserie yeah well well no this is series book shows used to see him in the airport they were fiction now there's a bunch of about twelve point at them is wrong Chad day bill is Kerry was mentioning there's written several novels based loosely on Mormon religious theology yeah both were involved in a group that promotes preparedness for the biblical biblical end times but there's no word on where he he was arrested at least they're not saying no and they're not saying worry is or again I think they want to keep all of that out of the press because they don't want her to know what they know they don't even want her to know she's probably saying to them wares Chad I need to talk to Chad what are you doing with Chad and they're saying we have no information on that he could be in cost hello they just they don't want her to know anything if you if you watch that dateline it's you know what I gotta do that this week without commercials like an hour and a half I'm going to do that it kind of helps you understand it a little bit if there's a lot going on the our usual legislative leaders of sent president trump a citation letter that commends him for everything for his efforts to secure our national borders his move to relocate a U. S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem what is wrong with you people excuse me the message concludes by extorting Congress to do what state legislatures across the country are doing and get back to work for the American people okay Senate president Stuart Adams and how house speaker Brad Wilson wrote the commendation letter as the dust settles around trump trumps impeachment trial and senator Mitt Romney's vote to remove the president while representative Phil Wyman that's fine upstanding American who had propose censoring Romney who was the only Senate Republican to vote for trump's conviction Adams of late men will sort of Kaysville shied away from admonishing the senator instead showed a favor to show support for the president the citation praises trump for a whole sweep of actions affecting the nation as a whole when you talk specifically we praise our dear leader including the president's decision to slash the size of bears ears and grand staircase Escalante you know so we can have some oil drilling Joe maybe you know it also credits from for policies that have fostered Utah's low unemployment and economic prosperity even though that economic prosperity started with the Obama administration and continues state officials have already shared a digital version of the citation with the White House on their mailing a copy to the president by the way lawmakers were warned yesterday that Russia is already actively meddling in our elections and they are favoring Donald Trump for reelection and Donald Trump then known as Rick so I decided to be a good time to renew his attack on the justice system yep talking about his buddy Roger stone I don't think he's going to pardon him at least not yet because Roger has a Roger was Sir is sentenced to three years I think yesterday yeah a little over three years for lying to Congress and witness tampering he won't do much of that time well it but he's he's also on a P. he's going to put a you know that's up on appeal so he will end not in jail right now yeah and trucks as I think I think Russia is a very good chance of exoneration I are you going to pardon him I don't think I'll have to I think he's going to be exonerated in the courts but I will find yeah end up Donald Trump also after in addition to supporting his good friend Roger stone had something to say if you got that handy yeah let me get that had something to say about the Academy Awards this is very important areas this is our president and the one from South Korea we got enough problems with South Korea with trade on top of it they give him the best movie of the year was a good yeah I'm looking for like right away let's get gone with the wind we get like gone with the wind back she he's the level so many great movies the winner is from South Korea I thought it was best foreign thanks for me no did this ever happened before and then yeah Brad Pitt I was never a big fan of his he got upset little wise guys it because he's a wise guy wise guy he's a wise guy so there you go this is yeah I would remind people listening that South Korea those are our allies yes yeah that's our career they are not the career run by the dear leader little rocket man who writes love letters to Donald Trump yeah if you write a love letter to Donald Trump you're okay and I don't think Donald Trump watches movies we love usually not seen those because he can't read I don't I what I saw was news I stole that line from the production company for the may after parasite they said well obviously he didn't see our movie because no two subtitles yeah because he can't resist it also well wasn't even about me can't read that's one right that's okay sports weather traffic ten Dolly auto group home of the forever warranty all new and used vehicles Tim Dolly Infiniti Ford all three Tim Dolly.
How Unlikely Is a Hole-in-One?
"Today's episode is brought to you by gravity blankets. They make weighted blankets these blankets that contain fine grade glass. Beads to weigh them down when you curl up under one it's supposed to simulate the feeling of being gently held her hugged. They sent me want to try out. And I genuinely love this thing it is so comforting and relaxing. It puts me in the mood to sleep right away. The microphone duvet cover is incredibly soft, and has these ingenious little internal clasps to keep it in place. If you would like to try a gravity blanket for yourself. Let them know that we sent you and get fifteen percent off your order by entering the code brain stuff at checkout. It's one word. That's gravity. Blankets dot com. Promo code brain stuff. Welcome to brain stuff. Production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here, a standard regulation sized Gulf. Fall is a smidge smaller than one point seven inches. That's four point three centimetres in diameter or for comparison sake. Just a little larger than your garden variety ping pong ball. The standard round Cup that snuggles into an earthen hole on your run-of-the-mill. Manicured. Green on any of the more than fifteen thousand golf courses in the United States or the more than thirty three thousand throughout the world is by rule four point two five inches or ten point eight centimetres in diameter relatively small ball relatively big hole. So what's the problem said, no one who has ever swung a club at a golf ball in their life Gulf is hard certainly harder than the professionals. Make it look and for proof other than trying it for yourself. That is the non gophers should consider the holy grail of Gulf the ever allusive. Never foreseen always magical hole in one. If Gulf is hard the quest for. Hole in one is downright cruel. The odds of it aren't quite hitting the lottery odds, but they might as well be. To be sure pros like Bryson d Shambo and Justin Thomas camp poppin ace every once in a while and they have on the same day at the most prestigious tournament in the world, the master's, no less, but for your average, gopher let's go to the scorecard. According to the national hole in one registry. Somewhere north of one hundred twenty eight thousand holes in one are registered every year. Which sounds like a lot except gulford play somewhere around four hundred and fifty million rounds of golf every year. That means a hole in one is officially registered about once every three thousand five hundred rounds around generally being considered eighteen holes, though, the United States Golf Association sometimes accepts a hole in one on a shortened round. So if you play a round of golf day, it would take more than nine and a half years to get in three thousand five hundred rounds if you played twice a week. It'd take you more than thirty three and a half years to get in that many rounds another business national hole in one insurance, which provides protection to golf courses that give out. Prizes for holes in one during competitions estimates that for your average player. The odds of holding out in one stroke are twelve thousand to one a PGA tour pro like de Shambo or Thomas faces two thousand five hundred to one odds on every chance at an ace. These numbers undoubtedly are a little soft. The United States Golf Association isn't exactly looking over every gulford shoulder. Video proof is not required a credible. Witnesses about all you need still as any weekend. Duffer who's gone at Penn on par? Three knows just about any ase flat out cheating and do overs. Non withstanding is a legitimate. Today's episode was written by John Donovan and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's how Steph works for more on this and lots of other improbable topics. Visit our home planet has works dot com. In for more podcasts. I heart radio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by disgrace land disgrace land is a true crime podcast about musicians getting away with murder and behaving very badly. Each episode traces the wildest criminal stories surrounding our most interesting an infamous Popstars, it's what Jerry Lee Lewis is fifth wife Sam cook at three AM and a CD motel in sid and Nancy all have in common. They wound up dead because musicians are wild because wild things happen to them because we love them end. Because somehow we let them get away with it. If you love true crime, and you love music, get ready to love disgrace land. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.
What Did NASA's Twin Study Find?
"His hard. But I was so afraid I could lose everything loves wonderful and confusing, and magical and infuriated everything about life that we had thought and planned and hoped for was just in that moment gone. I was so so so lucky have that join the millions of listeners who've made committed possible and promise you it's cheaper than therapy. Listen to committed on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brainstorm, a production of Harvey. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. Have you ever wondered exactly what happens to the human body when it's suspended in space for extended period of time based on Hollywood, productions alone men and women who navigate the galaxy always seemed to be just fine when they land back on earth. But our astronauts so lucky in reality NASA has made it its mission to find out in a landmark DNA study published an April twenty nineteen issue of the journal science researchers from John Hopkins Stanford and other institutions revealed after a year in space astronaut, Scott Kelly, experienced, no, major long-term differences to his EPA genome compared with that of his twin brother current, Arizona. Senate candidate Mark Kelly hoop stayed firmly planted here on earth, your EPA genome is all of the chemical compounds that attached to your DNA and changed the way it functions. So no major differences, hypothetically, a good thing. Here's the deal with putting your body in space. It exposes you to harmful ultraviolet rays radiation, limited food and exercise lower gravity disrupted, sleep cycles, and an unknown number of other potential hazards. And while scientists have spent decades studying the effects of space travel on astronauts, most of these men and women have travelled on missions that max out at six months in order to travel somewhere like say Mars missions needs to be much longer. And scientists say it's critical to understand the effects that these super extended missions could have on the human body. Let's talk more about how your EPA genome works. Your DNA is your genome. It's the genetic code tells every cell in your body how to build different proteins which determines how those cells function your EPA genome is any chemical modifications to your DNA these modifications don't change your actual DNA sequence. But they can change how your cells us the instructions that your DNA gives them. So these tiny chemical alterations can have a major impact on a person's health by influencing the way their genes are expressed they can switch jeans from onto off and vice versa. A major advantage of this new research is the fact that it studies identical twins who naturally have identical genetic material. But while the study subjects offer a rare and unique glimpse into the potential for long term genetic changes in space. The researchers are quick to admit that they're tiny sample size means more testing is essential with only to study subjects. They can't be sure that any changes are due to space travel more research with other astronauts needs to be. Done. The methodology for the study involved collecting blood samples physiological data in cognitive measurements. From each Kelly twin at various points over twenty seven month period before during and after Scott's one year space mission if you're wondering how in the world or universe? Scott samples reached scientists from space they were transported via rockets. In the future. Scientists hope to process and store samples on board the international space station itself. But for the purposes of this study samples were rocketed back to earth and processed within forty eight hours. Then the research team examined to the brothers genomes looking for genetic changes, specifically focusing on two types of white blood cells and examining process called methylated, which occurs when chemical compounds called methyl groups are added onto DNA generally speaking, there were just about as many EPA genetic changes in Scott as there were in his twin. The biggest difference was observed nine months into Scott space mission. When just seventy nine percent of his DNA was methylated compared to eighty three percent of Mark's DNA the locations methylation were different in both men. Scott's Beth leash appeared near genes involved with a municipal response, which the researchers believe correlates with additional data that found that Scott had increased markers associated with inflammation, which is a potential red flag. But again bears further study to determine whether this difference was really caused by Scots location in space. Oh, though, one other weird thing that definitely did happen to Scott in space the shape of one of his eyeballs changed by the time. He got back to earth his retinal nerve and the foles in the layer that surrounds, the I thicker, researchers think this could have to do with prolonged exposure to low gravity another thing to watch out for in the future for sure. This episode was written by Michelle constant enough. Ski and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of I heart radio. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other stories that involve not entirely unexpected rockets. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. For more podcasts, heart radio, I heart radio app. Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by disgrace land disgrace land is a true crime podcast about musicians getting away with murder and behaving very badly. Each episode traces the wildest criminal stories surrounding most interesting an infamous Popstars, it's what Jerry Lee Lewis is fifth wife fam- cook at three AM and a CD motel and sid and Nancy all have in common. They wound up dead because musicians are wild because wild things happen to them because we love them. And because somehow we let them get away with it. If you love true crime, and you love music, get ready to love disgrace land listening. Subscribe at apple podcasts or on the I heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.
"lee lewis" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'
"We talk about Jerry Lewis, Doug, Jerry Lewis. What was Jerry? What's the nigga the white negative married? Jerry, Jerry, Lee Lewis, Jerry Lee Lewis, married. A fifteen year old girl was thirteen Elvis Presley Mary Wilson, named she fifteen or lose. Moore's cousins wells. Also necrophilia. Pedophilia. Neck never really is dead. How you quote myself was nepotism pedophilia. Number failure incestuous. Yes. Up failure. Whatever you hear all unique is our here. Okay. Nippophilia? And I wonder what the fuck was going on my school. I went to toll. Nobody nobody came alarmingly looking for me and the playground my mother because the fat kid. Take you know, 'cause I use to play with this man advan all the time. He never touched me. A lot of candy and asked me with other kids work. Terrible terrible. I was on the first name basis with demand van with me. I was decoy except Roger. Yeah. Nona. Touch me today, Roger non now, you know, his his Nick, I'm. With the story. That's supposed to be going on this is happening this season, which I don't necessarily like the way I told it. Yeah. I think you don't have to even performing. And I think I was just getting into two and a half years ago. I was you know, first time really telling the story on television now. Yeah, I'm getting hand held. But I just felt like it was whatever I did it. But sure it was wondering what will Honey. Two years it releases. So that tell you right there, but it was shot at the comedy central. I love ya. I love him to death. It was about the the Halloween. I didn't get molested. I mean, you know, obviously was listened to Chad. But oh, that's terrible. I know listen is life. I wish I you know, what's sad is. I'm going. I'm like me to like both of us are link. Oh, we can just all women can share stories. Oh, yes. Sexual assault. It's so, Sal. Yeah. It is the amount of guys that when the metoo movement originally started where like I had no idea. Oh, and I'm like, yeah. And then netted going all like, oh, I'll get my kid Hogue you because you'll clear I'm ranking like just don't rape me. But maybe and what is your feeling like, right? Yeah. Exactly. Why are you hugging me for fifteen straight minutes? Right. There's no I don't need a back. Rub while you hug, not sure. And I shouldn't feel you tip. No, no. I shouldn't only say these are the rules of hugging. Just the basics shouldn't feel your tip. It's ruling. New episode. Liz, call this allegedly shouldn't feel you tip. Question for you tip allegedly. Do you think is now Gina literal body where they can find I wanna talk a little bit about this before we get on the right to let us know? Yes. I'm working with Gabriel Iglesias aka fluffy, one of my favorite favorite people to work with the tour starts February seven he is not married because he's hill. On telling the run over here. I'm gonna let him run, you know. I know you have you said but seen him run. He with. With them. We can have. Plus, let me tell you something between his weight mind. We definitely have to have C-section kids being making like Butterball turkeys. I guarantee you you as he's not married, but I guarantee probably got some skinny girlfriend. No, he likes likes them pick. See the fed is two things. Oh, I mean, I'm talking. He likes them. I mean, he likes thick women. Okay. We'll tell him to run over here. Yeah. Yeah. Tell him. He can be. My Jay z to be on say, you know. A both be moguls. We're going on tour February seventh to may eighteenth long. I will be on the tour with the guys Gabriel yet is there's a lot of weekends in there. We in New York in between tour dates, so there's a lot a lot of weekends there that we will be together. So for coming to your city, you can check out my website, gene, Abry owned dot net..
"lee lewis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Somewhere. They have fine. The guy that hit Tommy Lee Lewis. They have to dirty hit you'll be fine. So thus admitting that there should have been a foul. There should have been a flag and yet the NFL silence. Crickets, coming from the Park Avenue league offices, which to me is the height of ridiculousness. All it would have taken was the NFL early in the week to say we regret that our officiating crew missed the call and Robie Coleman. However, we congratulate the Los Angeles Rams for finding a way to win. We're looking forward to Super Bowl. Fifty three will address the concerns about this in the future in the off season competition committee, etc. They won't even do that. Because they're so worried about a black Mark on their premier event. So they want to act as though it didn't happen if we just close our eyes it'll go away. Right. It's like when you're playing hide and seek with a toddler. I can't see you. I can't see you. Well, just because you can't see me doesn't mean that. I can't see you. You're closing your eyes. I'm actually still here. The NFL is ridiculous. How you can find Roby calming and yet not admit publicly. It was a missed call is beyond me. They are. So terrified of admitting. It was a blown call because they worry that it's going to be a sore eye. A black eye a sore Markelle the entire Super.
"lee lewis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Kathy Lee Lewis and Logan on KOA NewsRadio. This America talk after I tried this. I switched to aerodrome. Yeah. To this. I was soaked rat after about four minutes, so intense pretty impressive. Mr. Eddie van Halen. Nine Rick Lewis here. Dave, logan. And it's.