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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"To because it was that first moment. You know where I just kind of gobsmacked by her talent and I was so happy when I heard that it was making the high women record this is actually like sounds like a humble brag, but I was in the studio watching the high women doing some recording and Dave Cobb was there the producer of the record and he told me that it was on there. And I think I literally like well done. I was so excited. I know, it's just some really genius writing. Yeah, it's a great song. Great. Well, so as unique as Marin is, Mickey guyton, even more unique. Yeah, she is Mickey guyton same, you know, came from Texas, moved to Nashville around ten years ago. Mickey was not in bands growing up. She sung in shirt. And she moved out to LA for a while because she felt like she wasn't, you know, country music wasn't a place for a black woman. But she grew up loving LeAnn Rimes and Dolly Parton. And her sound, I think, is so interesting to look at in the context of the other two because it's very, I think it could exist alongside, you know, Carrie Underwood on country radio. Powerhouse vocals, you know, appeals to a mainstream or a pop country fan. But on her album that just came out last year, I've lost track of time. I think it was last year. You know, really pushed the limits of songwriting and her own sort of activism in place. And agency is a black woman in country music. And I saw her sing this song. What are you going to tell her at the rhyming during a country radio seminar showcase about a month before the COVID shutdown? And this was after, you know, she had been in Nashville for almost a decade and feeling like nothing was ever going to happen for her. And she said in the song, what are you going to tell her about the lyrics? What are you going to tell her when she's wrong? You know, this little girl with dreams that she can be anything. And realizing that, you know, she might be wrong because this country still hasn't changed enough. And she sung this to a group of, you know, 90% white male radio programmers. You know? Sitting there just
"mickey guyton" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Country that's in a minute on sound opinions. And we are back. If you're a regular listener to this show, you probably know plenty about the many, many amazing female artists that are making country music today. We certainly are fans of many of them. But if you're only getting your information from the country music industry and the radio establishment in that genre, you might not even know these artists exist. That's right, Jim, our guest today, Marissa moss, has a great new book on the phenomenon called her country. In that book, she focuses on three artists maren Morris, Mickey guyton, and Casey musgraves, three artists that we've talked about extensively on the show. She discusses the challenges they face in overcame in the last decade. And I began our conversation by asking why she chose those three artists in particular to focus on. I chose this three because they all have very different paths to unconventional success in country music. But they're also all three from Texas and kind of a relatively close geographic area. And that gave me a kind of fine tune way to examine their careers in ways that were kind of like comparing and contrasting with the common denominator of being Texas artists. And making that same journey in Nashville around the same time. And also in Texas, you have Miranda Lambert coming from Texas. You have the chicks. You have, I mean, how you Beyoncé and lizzo. Some going on there. And my dad lived in Texas for many years, and I have, you know, I spent summers there, you know, so I have a connection kind of a fascination with it. Well, in Texas with the reputation, right, Marissa of being the alternative Nashville. The anti Nashville, the outlaw. It doesn't come out exactly where it's, you know, the first half is Texas in the second half of Nashville, of course. But, you know, I wanted to have a bit of that dual life and I kind of wanted to say and have this subtext in there of talking about talking about Texas in a way that is really reflected in what's going on kind of a nerd conversation right now. You know, if you even politically in the way that people will kind of dismiss Texas and say, you know, these terrible bills or something will come across and people will say, oh, you know, will everyone in Texas deserve that, you know? Yeah. And I wanted to kind of have that exploration into Texans and southerners and country music fans being far more than people often dismiss them as being. Yeah, we all have loved ones in Texas who are not thinking like the people in the Texas state House. Right. Exactly. And same here is Nashville, you know? Yeah. Yeah, these are iconoclastic artists, no doubt. And Texas is known. I mean, let's go back to Willie Nelson, right? You know, I mean, iconoclasts seem to grow there. Despite what people may think they know about Texas. But it's interesting to me your book sort of addresses a subject that I think is, you know, there's a systemic problem in country music. And it probably could be said just about anything on our society, but it's certainly true in country music. The good old boys club is going to run things. And there are moments. You begin the book in a moment where there seem to be a breakthrough. There had been a number of a cluster of women artists, then Dixie chicks, now the chicks, Faith Hill, LeAnn Rimes, who are big country hits, Shania Twain, and then it went away. The bubble burst, and now we're back to the good old boys club. And guyton and Morrison musgraves are sort of fighting through that. A startling statistic, the Marissa reports that should frame this entire conversation. A mere 16 percent of the country airwaves is devoted to female artists. 16%. And that's actually the high estimation. So sometimes it's different. There's been a bunch of different statistics mostly done by a really great data scientist at a canon and named doctor Jada Watson. She found a lot of times it's 10%. But I'm interested in that fluctuation. Like there be times where it's proven that women can have hits that'll cross many genre lines and become embraced by the public in a massive way, but it doesn't stick. It should have proven that women more than deserve their place at the table, right? And yet that never really seems to happen. Why do you think that is? Man, I mean, it's a lot of reasons. I mean, I think when that period was happening in the late 90s, mid to late 90s. You know, when most people think of country music of that era, you think of women, you know, with the exception of maybe Garth Brooks. If you don't really, if you're not a super country fan, you think of the women you mentioned, fatal Shania Twain, the chicks. I mean, I think it was scary for a lot of people. And I think, you know, there are a lot of elements. It's a really long answer, and I guess in part why I wrote the book, but I mean, you have consolidation happening around, you know, rampant consolidation. Happening around that time, you lead into 9 11 when you have sort of this emergence of patriotic nationalistic country songs that jingoism female ballot doesn't really work up against a song about putting a boot in a terrace ass on a playlist. It's just, you know, it's kind of weird programming. And then you have what happened with the chicks and speaking out against the war in Iraq, there are a lot of elements that were just kind of stewing to make people skeptical of women. To let them indulge their already preexisting misogyny. But I mean, in a more concrete way that the more that you reduce the amount of times that people hear women on country radio, the less familiar, it becomes and therefore people don't react as well to women's voices when you actually do hear it. So we have kind of created this myth that, you know, programmers will tell you a women don't like listening to women or people turn the dial when they hear women on country radio and to some degree we've created that scenario to be true because radio is all about what's familiar. You know, you're in the car, you're like vacuuming, whether you're earbuds in or whatever you want to hear. Stuff that's familiar. And if you're not familiar with women's songs, then you're not going to maybe respond as well to it. It's not like some predisposed genetic disgust towards like high pitched women's voices or like whatever people want to tell you. But it is like that we, you know, we've created this culture scarcity. So much that, you know, women aren't getting those results that maybe make people feel empowered to play them more.
"mickey guyton" Discussed on WTOP
"Eastbound and westbound lanes and struck 64 year old Charles Jackson of northeast D.C.. He was working in a fireworks stand, both men died at the scene. The driver of the truck and a passenger were taken to the hospital. Their injuries not life threatening. A 26 year old Germantown man has been arrested on four counts of attempted murder and connection with a shooting in police chase that started in Germantown and ended in Northern Virginia. Montgomery county police say they got a report about a man shooting at people with a rifle along hawks ridge terrace in Germantown at about 9 30 Monday morning, according to police 26 year old Frederick najia shot at a Washington suburban sanitary commission worker and actually struck a nearby vehicle several times. A Montgomery county police officer then spotted Nia's car on Germantown road when Nia shot at the police cruiser flattening the tire. Montgomery county police began a pursuit onto I two 70 southbound, that chase didn't end until naja made it to around Tyson's Virginia state police used a pic maneuver to force Nia to stop. Kate Ryan, WTO news. Police say Nigeria is being held in Virginia, he'll be extradited to Montgomery county. Maryland state police arrested 14 people in connection with a climate protest on the capitol beltway. It started around 1230. Dave dill dine. Protests entered around D.C. are very common, but this one is a little different. It's pretty rare to have a stationary protest, block the beltway for as long as this one did for more than an hour. A group of one or two dozen people linked arms and stepped onto the interloop just afternoon at colesville road. Of the 14 arrested 13 were protesters, one was a counter protester, charges include disturbing the peace and failure to obey a lawful order of the 13 protesters for were also charged with resisting arrest. The counter protesters charged with second degree assault and resisting. Now, we have spent some time earlier this evening with a capital fourth, the annual 4th of July concert on the west lawn of the capitol. It was hosted by Grammy nominated country star Mickey guyton. And we are the American if we are an opportunity for in person celebration as a nation. This is the first time the capital fourth concert was held live since pre-pandemic days it was virtual in the last couple of years. If you have school aged children, you'd
"mickey guyton" Discussed on WTOP
"Nominee Mickey guyton. It's we're gonna keep dipping back into that as that concert continues this evening. In the meantime, 8 18. Traffic and weather on the 8s, let's check in with bob imler. Of course we have what's going on along the mall, but we also have some local neighborhood fireworks going on and some of those areas are already starting to build traffic wise as people are gathering in those areas. One of the ones that we're getting alerted to right now is in Germantown along one 18 and Richter farm road near the soccer plex, a lot of traffic in that area as people are gathering for the fireworks there in just a little while from now. On two 70, no delays to report 95 of the Baltimore Washington Parkway are good to go earlier problems on the beltway in Maryland and prince George's county have cleared and Virginia 95 northbound does still have the crash after X and one 60 route one 23 along the right side and slow getting over the four T street bridge because of the closures downtown. You can not exit from the freeway getting on the lower four T straight or in the 12th street tunnel and main avenue won't be able to get onto those either from the southeast Southwest freeway. Of course, once the fireworks get underway, you know what happens here in D.C.. Everybody stops. Whether it's on three 95 or a lot of the George Washington Parkway on the various bridges, they stop, and they watch it, and they're probably going to do that again tonight, so be aware of that. Protect your home from the invisible destroyer termites call home paramount pest control for a free inspection today at 8 8 8 8 8 home or home paramount dot com. Bob Miller, WTO traffic. Thank you, bob, and now to storm team four's Mike steinfort. Our quiet weather pattern will continue tonight with fair skies, loads of being the 60 suburbs. Number 7 is closer into the district. We're gonna turn partly sunny and rather muggy on Tuesday and Tuesday afternoon evening. There'll be some thunderstorms, and these tours may turn severe, look for a high in the mid to upper 80s, partly
"mickey guyton" Discussed on WTOP
"It takes even an hour or so longer to get home tonight. WTO's Kyle Cooper has been speaking with people on the mall the past few hours as everybody's waiting in great anticipation. Let's take your live to Kyle. What's going on right now? Hey, Dmitri. It's a pretty big party down here. I've made my way to almost from the capitol all the way down to the Washington Monument, a pretty good walk. And just to kind of see how it was filling up and the mall is really filling up. I think it's going to be a really big year for people just happy to get out here and be able to see the fireworks. A lot of people are excited about it. There's lots of stuff going on in the mall. People just hanging out. You know, if they're in the frisbee or hanging out with the kids, there's some misters out here that are super popular. You kind of get in that and cool down a little bit. Plenty to eat, plenty to drink out here. And I did ask some people about if they had heard about what happened in Chicago today and they had. And they say they're obviously concerned about that sad about that, but really decided they wanted to be down here for the festivities today. Really a lot going on and the crowd continues to build. I've been here for about four hours and you know it's built every hour and a lot of people, you know, staking out that spot where they think the fireworks will be the most spectacular. We'll bring you a little bit more as we go through the evening reporting live, Kyle Cooper, WTO news. And two Kyle's point cities across the country are watching the developments in highland park, where there was a mass shooting at a holiday parade. Here in the district mayor muriel Bowser says the city's public safety agencies are monitoring the situation. She also says D.C. is committed to using all its necessary resources to ensure everyone stays safe at all of tonight's events. She's also asking everyone to support suspicious activity and threats by calling 9-1-1, you can sign up for alert D.C. at alerts D.C. dot gov. You can also follow on Twitter at alert D.C.. The Smithsonian folklife festival was back on the mall today, a parade down constitution avenue was held earlier in the day. And the 42nd annual capital fourth concert also in person after two virtual years. So that gets back to normal tonight, the concert begins next hour. Broadcast on PBS with four time Grammy nominee country artist Mickey guyton as the host. If you plan on being there for the concert, you can roll in any time the gates have been open for hours. Now the tricky part may actually be finding a decent spot for the concert as I'm sure it's filling up pretty quickly. While other news tonight and breaking, it started with a complaint in Maryland about a man with a rifle shooting at people. It ended with a police chase and arrest all the way over in fairfax county, WTO peace Kate Ryan with that. According to Montgomery county police, 26 year old Frederick G of Germantown was reportedly firing it on hawke's ridge terrace Monday morning. He was soon spotted driving on Germantown road and fired at a county police cruiser flattening the cruiser's front tire, a police chase began, continued to two 70 southbound and ended in fairfax county near Tyson's when neo crashed after Virginia state police carried out something called a pit maneuver, a tactic used in vehicle chases to force suspects to stop gia faces charges of four counts of attempted murder, and first degree assault in Maryland. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. Coming up after traffic and weather when it comes to school controversies, Thomas Jefferson high school in fairfax county may be at the top locally or near the top after the school changed its admissions policy. One group in particular said it was discriminated against. We'll talk to former fairfax county school superintendent Scott bray Brown about that just ahead. Now 7 O 7 on WTO. A more intelligently connected world leads to a brighter future at Qualcomm, we're creating technology solutions to take on some of the world's biggest challenges. See us where 5G and AI help bring individualized
"mickey guyton" Discussed on WTOP
"Stop shop for July 4th info. Now we are focusing a lot on the big city celebrations today, but smaller neighborhoods are celebrating July 4th two, in D.C., one neighborhood continued a 56 year tradition that brought out the young and old to Mark Independence Day The palisades may be in the nation's capital, but this northwest neighborhood does have a small town feel, and that extends to the 4th of July parade. That's according to Susan Lucy, who has a perfect spot, the parade goes right past her home. She explains how a friend describes the annual event, pleasingly dysfunctional in that there are because there's a long stretches in between the little acts, but of course it featured lots of music, candy, tossed to eager kids, and this being D.C., a parade kicked off by mayor muriel Bowser, and a number of politicians crashed from this year's primary election. In the district, Kate Ryan, WTO can use. In case you're new to town or never wander down to the mall before the pandemic Independence Day is also marked by the Smithsonian's folklife festival which you can go to, and tonight, the national symphony orchestra is back on the west lawn of the capitol. It's playing for the annual capital fourth concert. It is in person after two virtual years. The show starts at 8 on PBS if you can't be there, country artist Mickey guyton is hosting. And if you do want to watch in person, gates at the west front of the capitol opened about an hour ago. In other news, the sea walls of the tidal basin in west Potomac park are getting a very big upgrade. The years in bouts with high water and poor drainage have taken their toll. A nearly $6 million contract was awarded to start planning for what's being described as massive repairs. National mall and Memorial Park superintendent Jeff reinbold says in a statement, those sea walls are critical in protecting some of our nation's treasures like the Jefferson and Roosevelt memorials. He says the project will incorporate climate resiliency into the design to ensure their protection for generations to come. The design and build contract is expected to be awarded in late summer 2023 or early 2024. Bruce Allen, WTO news. Keeping here on WTO, the fireworks forecast is next, and then police want your help to solve a shooting. Four O 7. Here's a highlight from Chris osterman, the director of security architecture at info blocks federal, on the zero trust cyber exchange, presented by Keras off. Know what your goals are. Know what your enterprise looks like. Know what data you have to secure. And where it is, and realize that it's a continuous improvement process. Forecast budget, plan, and architect for that. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network, search zero trust cyber exchange, the ever expanding enterprise and evolving threat landscape are putting unprecedented pressure on today's government networks and IT leadership to provide stronger security. What if you had an in depth strategy to protect your assets, reduce risks and simplify network management, info blocks, public sector offers a forward thinking approach to the policies and regulations such as the executive order on zero trust or the latest NDAA on secured DNS that affect the way government agencies design and use their networks
"mickey guyton" Discussed on WTOP
". Ten O three on WTO Monday morning. It's the 4th of July, sunny and 77 now, as we head to the low 90s. Good morning and happy Independence Day. I'm Morris Lewis, with the top local stories where following this hour, America's birthday is here, and this year the celebrations downtown at the national mall are back to normal after two pandemic years. With crowds soon to gather for the events many road closures and parking restrictions in the district are already in effect, the National Park Service is putting on a full firework celebration just after 9 tonight. And if you're planning to head down to the national mall for the fireworks, you're encouraged to take metro, but you'll probably want to leave home earlier than you were planning. Metro's rail capacity will be lower than a typical July 4th holiday. And that means after the fireworks end, you should expect long lines entering stations near the mall. To help handle the crowds and manage the long waits on metro, the system's transit police will be in key positions. It's all hands on deck. Metro's interim general manager Andy off tells our news partners at NBC four, the July 4th celebration is a huge event for the agency. Pre-pandemic, you know, we'd have 400,000 people or so, whether we'll get to that point or not, not quite sure. But it's going to be big. And off says you will see metro transit police at the Smithsonian and other busy metro rail stations near the festivities, it may even get to the point where police will have to stop people before they enter a crowded station to make sure they're not putting too many people on the platform. We're setting folks expectations that it is going to be very busy. Sarah Jacobs, WTO news. Now don't forget about security checkpoints on the national mall, weapons of any kind are prohibited, including knives, also no drones. No barbecue grills and all bags will be checked. You can receive special alerts on your phone from law enforcement downtown to receive the notifications, text July 4 D.C.. That's July 4 D.C. no spaces to 8 8 8 7 7 7. That's 8 8 8 7 7 7. And check out WTO P dot com for other tips on metro and alternatives to the rails. We also have a full list of road closures downtown. The fireworks aren't the only highlight of the day in the district, the Smithsonian folk life festival is back. As is the Independence Day parade down constitution avenue, and the national symphony orchestra will be back on the west lawn of the U.S. capitol. It's the 42nd annual capital fourth concert in person after two virtual years that concert starts at 8 o'clock tonight, broadcast by PBS if you're staying at home. Four time Grammy nominee country artist Mickey guyton is hosting the show. If you want to watch the performance in person gates will open as early as three this afternoon. New this morning, four people are expected to recover after being shot in a fight in Prince William county. And now we're learning new details. It happened here in the parking lot of the Sam's car wash on subtly road. Prince William county police say a lot of people were gathered here, an argument
"mickey guyton" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The state attorney general is promising a complete fair and expert investigation into the shooting of Jalen walker, the AP's Donna warder. Akron police say they fired at Jalen walker after walker shot at them and they thought he was getting ready to shoot again after he got out of his car and fled on foot while sustained more than 60 wounds, attorney bob dicello, the walker family attorney. The law requires to use force that is reasonable. 8 officers or whatever the final number will be, you know, we've heard numbers as high as 95 shells on the ground. Walker was unarmed when he was shot, but police say a gun was found on the seat of his car. I'm Donna water. Flight aware is reporting more flight cancellations and delays around the world this morning. The triple-A says 48 million Americans are traveling for the July 4th holiday most by car. Gas is four 80 a gallon this morning. Russia says it's taken the eastern Ukrainian region of Luhansk, the AP's Charles De Ledesma, with what's next. The spokesman of the general staff of the armed forces of Ukraine, Alexander stupin, says enemy forces are currently focusing their efforts on pushing further into for the next region, intensifying shelling of ki Ukrainian strongholds, Slovenian of the Ukrainian military has confirmed its forces have withdrawn from the city of Lisa Chung for the last bulwark of Ukrainian resistance in the Luhansk province. I'm Charles De Ledesma. Pope Francis says he does not plan to retire anytime soon, though he might step down someday as Pope Benedict did in 2013. He spoke to Reuters, this is AP news. It's the fourth. Are you going to watch the big celebration? The Independence Day celebration in Washington will be carried live on PBS for the program a capital fourth. Gloria Gaynor kept Moe Angie grammer Yolanda Adams, Rachel platten, Darren Criss, and cheetah Rivera are among the celebrities who will appear on the national mall to mark the nation's birthday and the 100th anniversary of the Lincoln Memorial. Singer Mickey guyton will host guyton says it's time to put aside differences in just celebrate. This is a moment for us to just come together. We've been locked inside for over two years and we're finally being let out. I'm Archie's are a letter. A letter written by Alexander Hamilton in 1780 and believes stolen decades ago is going back on display in Massachusetts now that it's been recovered at the Commonwealth museum's annual July 4th exhibit. It details a British threat to Rhode Island. I'm Rita foley, AP news. This is a 20 a.m. W CPT willow springs and streaming worldwide head of a UCP T 8 20 dot com. We are Chicago's progressive chalk, where facts matter. Now, UWC PTA 20, Chicago traffic update. Traffic is not going to be an issue at least this morning. We are looking at some wide open spaces for our 4th of July, no accidents, no delays. We do have closures, but they're the good kind in riverside long common road closed both ways between Quincy and north Della plane for the riverside 4th of July parade until 10 a.m. and in mundelein, midlothian road closed both ways between route one 76 in Winchester for the freedom classic 5 K until 9 30 and a number of streets are closed in Elgin for their 4th of July parade, and we still are looking at wide open spaces on our expressways, Eden's Kennedy, Eisenhower, Stevenson, Dan Ryan, I 57 of the Ford, those are all clear. That's traffic
Mickey Guyton hosts 'A Capitol 4th' on PBS
"The Independence Day celebration in Washington will be carried live on PBS for the program a capital fourth A Margie's are a letter with a preview Gloria Gaynor kept Moe Angie grammer Yolanda Adams Rachel platten Darren Criss and cheetah Rivera are among the celebrities who will appear on the national mall to mark the nation's birthday and the 100th anniversary of the Lincoln Memorial Singer Mickey guyton will host guyton says it's time to put aside differences in just celebrate This is a moment for us to just come together We've been locked inside for over two years and we're finally being let out
"mickey guyton" Discussed on WTOP
"Help female business owners with a national tour and stop in D.C.. Really, what we've been able to see is that more resources are needed. VP of women on the move ola would be it says that's one of the reasons the tour is essential. If we can connect people and community, there's an opportunity for them to build off of what others are doing. The tour featured free advancement workshops to 50 minority female businesses in the area. Kate viggiano Janet is a cofounder of Rowan tree, a coworking community for women entrepreneurs. It's located in herndon. She says women sometimes need that extra support to get started in business. Women tend to wait to do things until they're almost 99% confident. They've already done it before. Whereas men tend to jump right in. Acacia James, the beauty OP news. A local designer's dream to launch an HBCU clothing line has gotten the attention of major retailers. Ashley Jones graduated from Norfolk state university back in 2015. Soon after, she decided to fill the gap when it came to fashionable college clothing. I really want to highlight the HPC culture. Her line, tones of melanin features everything from reversible jackets to shorts. Prices range from around $20 to a $100, and the industry has taken notice her line is now in bell department stores and Dick's Sporting Goods. What about 50 of their locations? And right now we're in roughly, I want to say maybe 28% of your bookstores. Her message to other young creatives. Persevere, do your research, be creative. That's us. We're creative as a people. Melissa will WTO P news. A female artist who performed at the Super Bowl will host a capital fourth. I'm performing the national anthem. You just sang it at the Super Bowl. I felt like I was about to give birth for the first time. Mickey guyton earned her first Grammy nomination for black like me. I wrote black like me back in 2018. And then George Floyd happened and I had this song. And the land of the free you should try to be black like me she recently penned the
"mickey guyton" Discussed on WTOP
"It will be patriotic. It will be heartfelt. It will touch the soul and hopefully make you proud to be an American. Gospel great Yolanda Adams joins an all star lineup on a capital fourth. We have Emily bear, Darren Chris, miss Gloria Gaynor. It's all hosted by country music star Mickey guyton. That's a huge get for the show. I remember when Mickey guyton was just coming up through the rank of country music and now she is a bona FIDE country music superstar. Here are full chat on my podcast beyond the fame, Jason Frey LAW news. And we have everything you need to know about a capital fourth at WTO P dot com. Money news at 25 and 55. Now here's Jeff clay bomb. Hella dowie is up 368 points in early trading. I guess and P 500 index is up 41. That's 1%. The NASDAQ's up 90. Little more than a half percent gain. Home price gains slowed just a bit in April, but the 20 biggest cities still had a year over year average change in prices of 21%. Tampa Miami and Phoenix had the biggest annual gains, the D.C. metro actually had one of the smallest, but it was still 12.7%. Nike's biggest market is China, sales there fell 20% last quarter. Nike also gave a weak forecast for the rest of the year its stock has lost a third of its value so far this year. Germany's Siemens has invested in a resting company that is building a nationwide electric vehicle charging network. The electrify America plans to more than double its ultra fast charging stations to 10,000 across the country. And up ahead undoubtedly TLP investigations begin after dozens of people were found dead inside a tractor trailer in Texas. It's
"mickey guyton" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"I'm surprised that I'm surprised that you were looking for the bagels because you know you spent a lot of time in Ohio. Well, you know, again. I'm a little upset with the rams. I will tell you Peter, I was just in St. Louis on Saturday. The day before the Super Bowl game. So I'm being driven from the airport to my hotel, and I asked the driver, what does he think about the rams being in the Super Bowl? He said, you mean the scrams? Short conversation. They are not pleased. They're not mad at the team. They're mad at the owner for in their opinion lying and rooking them, leaving them with a stadium that now is empty. And then bucking out as soon as they could back to back to LA. So there's a strange dynamic in St. Louis about the rams being in the Super Bowl. I see LOL. Yeah. Anyway, so I thought that was a really good game, but I gotta say, I didn't really like the halftime show. It wasn't like princes the weekends or Katy Perry. I mean, the rap songs perform were super fast and not disgusted by some of the lyrics. The N words, the strong sexual content and the anti police lyrics. If I were the NFL next time around, I would make Mickey guyton, Jason aldean Kid Rock, Lee Greenwood and Luke Bryan, the halftime show host or host because I'm because you know I'm pretty disgusted with those songs, not single and then New England give me a break. I'm not single hip hop and rap songs are bad during clean ones, but you know it's a double standard for the NFL, which held ray rice David Pearson accountable through domestic violence, but overlook the previous domestic violence in criminal records of some those performers. And you know, let me just say, let me just say that, you know, I think I feel like you know they have time show got a bit too woke and you know this is why I'm looking for lots of novel entertainment, like the puppy bowl and shows like the show, a good cop on NTD. Thanks for taking my call. You got it. I remember when singers used to do something very novel. It's called singing. That didn't seem to happen very much anymore. Regarding Eminem taking the knee. And he did the knee thing during the performance. And I didn't know that it was taking the knee as in taking the knee against the American flag, a la Kaepernick until somebody else told me that. I thought it was part of the act. But apparently that's what the gesture was for to show solidarity with Kaepernick taking the knee. Which is sweet again giving that the police are all around the stadium. Defending people and defending these performers and given the fact that because of this false assertion that the police are engaging in systemic racism. And the assault on crime DAs and releasing a whole bunch of criminals before their full terms are up. And cashless bail and people out who shouldn't be serving their who should be serving their sentences, crime going up in LA, where the Super Bowl took place shootings homicides up 41%. Over the same number, a couple of years ago. And here you have the people that have been using anti cop lyrics at the Super Bowl halftime show. By the way, what do they get paid? Do you have any idea what they get paid for that for the performance? I would imagine I would imagine they get at least three Pepsi and free face masks, but I'd like to know if you have any idea what they get paid. I mean, it seems to me if I'm a performer. And this is one of the most watched things ever. I do it for nothing. But let me know, let me know if you can.
"mickey guyton" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"I was in the Super Bowl, enjoyed it, go rams, just wanted to let you know on an international setting. Los Angeles is the absolute crown of hypocrisy. That Super Bowl had not a single person wearing a mask, including the mayor was on video as well doing the same thing. All the movie stars, Hollywood is on display. Nobody wearing masks, the employees were forced to wear masks at SoFi Stadium, but that was it. I just want to let you know hypocrisy was on the big screen and the whole world was watching. Thank you so much for all you do sage and have a great awesome day. Thank you. Triple 8 9 7 one SA GE triple 8 9 7 one 7 two four three I am Larry elder. We are relevant to dot com today. This is Mickey guyton, cookie western singer. I had never heard of her before. But I'm telling you, she rocked it. I was not impressed with America the beautiful, the one that was sung right before that, kind of a pale voice. Good-looking young lady, but then Mickey guyton came out and did this and it was a stunning, stunning. That awful life was. Too big. For the last. Time. Chills. Absolute chills. Now, let's talk about Taos. They don't seem to work very much. They don't absorb. They fill all soft and lotioning in the stores you get them home and they don't work. So Mike lindell looked around the country found the best towel company right here. And they've got technology to create towels that feels soft, but actually work, made with USA cotton, and they come with the standard MyPillow 60 day money back guarantee we're talking about a 6 piece set two bath two hand towels, and two washcloths..
"mickey guyton" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
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"mickey guyton" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"So there's definitely a lot of that happening. Rock music, of course, Country music with Mickey Guyton this year. Um, yeah, there's definitely exists. Right, so, But there's this other sort of may be the 1 to 1 called the Dark Side. The nefarious side here mark, which is, um not necessarily white artists who are performing what we might traditionally think of as black music and are widely loved and accepted by black folks, whether we know their own racial category or not. But what about the Elvis's of the, uh, the story of black music? Those who drew from black music but did not cite black music. I think that's another reason why black music months so history. I think my colleague Guthrie Randy, who describes it as a black music history month, right, as as an opportunity to double down on a broader history. We know from the 19 fifties, right there were you know more than the Elvis is, um, who were involved in? And what we know is the cover movement where white artists specifically would record black music and and dumb it down. Right white it down If you will, Uh, so everyone knows, you know Elvis Presley's Hound dog. But most folks have never heard Big Mama Thornton's original version of Hound Dog, which sounds so dramatically different and dramatically black, you know, as opposed to the Elvis record. Um, there's so many cases, right? You know, folks will say Well now, this is a great time for folks to acknowledge that the African American impact on black music for folks get the recognition. But that recognition sometimes comes in the in the vacuum of the economic realities that so many people were able to generate so many millions of dollars on black musical labor and black musical talent that black artists never got the opportunity to see. And that was why this was so important for Kenny Gamble and and Leon Huff in Philadelphia International records to make that particular connection between the popularity of black music and the economic role that it plays in black communities. So let me come to you on that because one of the folks you talked to said Well, black music is green. Right. That was the I think that was the official sort of tagline of the first black music month in 1979, which you know it was a very overt and obvious statement. You know, they were not trying to be subtle about saying that there is a lot of money generated by black artists playing music, and we need to acknowledge that And Does that Green, though, show up in black communities, or is it primarily enriching other folks? That's I mean, that's a tougher question to answer and I know and Mark you probably know more about this than I do. But I I know that part of you know, the black music month of reason. Part of it began because they wanted to funnel more of that money. Black back to black businesses, black owned record labels, of course, black record stores. Um, but yeah, that the isn't going there. Question. I'm not sure I'm qualified to answer. We're going to take a quick break. But we're going to be talking more about black music month when we.
"mickey guyton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And and likewise, I mean, again. I learned a lot just talking to people about, of course. Electronic music where Kate or not, I just one that was the first black person this year to win the dance, electronic album, Grammy and Song Grammy, too. I believe just kind of incredible, but You know, dance. Electronic music is a genre that that is generally a byproduct of, you know, funk and house and disco and all these more traditionally black genres. So there's definitely a lot of that happening. Rock music, Of course, Country music with Mickey Guyton this year. Um yeah, there's definitely exists. Right, so, but there's this other sort of. Maybe the we don't wanna call the dark side. The nefarious side here Mark, which is, um, not necessarily white artists who are performing what we might traditionally think of as black music and are widely loved and accepted by black folks, whether we know their own racial category or not. But what about the Elvis's of the, uh, the story of black music? Those who drew from black music but did not cite black music. I think I should another reason why Black music months so history. I think my colleague Guthrie Randy, who describes it as a black music history month, right, as as an opportunity to double down and a broader history. We know from the 19 fifties, right there were you know more than the Elvis is, um, who were involved in? And what we know is the cover movement where white artists specifically would record black music and and dumb it down. Right white it down If you will, Uh, so everyone knows, you know Elvis Presley's Hound dog. But most folks have never heard Big Mama Thornton's original version of Hound Dog. Which sounds so dramatically different and dramatically black, you know, as opposed to the Elvis record. Um there's so many cases, right, you know, folks will say Well now, this is a great time for folks to acknowledge that the African American impact on black music for folks to get the recognition. But that recognition sometime comes in the in the vacuum of the economic realities that so many people were able to generate so many millions of dollars on black musical labor and black musical talent that black artists never got the opportunity to see. And that was why this was so important for Kenny Gamble and get and Leon Huff in Philadelphia International records to make that particular connection between the popularity of black music and the economic role that it plays in black communities. So let me come to you on that because one of the folks you talked to said Well, black music is green. Right. That was the I think that was the official sort of tagline of the first black music month in 1979, which you know it was a very overt and obvious statement. You know, they were not trying to be subtle about saying that there is a lot of money generated by black artists playing music, and we need to acknowledge that And Does that Green, though, show up in black communities, or is it primarily enriching other folks? That's I mean, that's a tougher question to answer and I know and Mark you probably know more about this than I do. But I I know that part of you know, the black music month of reason. Part of it began because they wanted to funnel more of that money. Black back to black businesses, Um, black owned record labels, of course. Black record stores. Um, but yeah, that the Is it going there? Question. I'm not sure I'm qualified to answer. We're going to take a quick break, but we're going to be talking more about black music month when we return..
"mickey guyton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"But the weed who's a clarinetist and composer who lives in Chicago, and right, I was on a zoom with her and, you know, sort of to illustrate that point. She told me that she had just been on a zoom with 12 Black bassoonist, sis. Yeah. Just 12 black. This is just blew my podcast called 12. Black personas. No right. It's really incredible. And she was, you know, talking a lot about how in the classical world in the composition world there's a huge black presence, but most people just aren't aware of it. And And likewise, I mean again, I learned a lot just talking to people about. Of course, electronic music were kept or not, I just one that was the first black person this year to win the dance, electronic album, Grammy and Song Grammy, too. I believe just kind of incredible, but You know, dance. Electronic music is a genre that that is generally a byproduct of, you know, funk and house and disco and all these more traditionally black genre, So there's definitely a lot of that happening. Rock music Of course, company music with Mickey Guyton this year. Um Yeah, there's definitely exists. Right, so, but there's this other sort of. Maybe the you know, one called the Dark side. The nefarious side here mark, which is, um, not necessarily white artists who are performing what we might traditionally think of as black music and are widely loved and accepted by black folks, whether we know their own racial category or not. But what about the Elvis's of the, uh, the story of black music? Those who drew from black music but did not cite black music. I think that's another reason why Black music 12 so history. I think my colleague Guthrie grantee, who describes it as a black music history marks right as as an opportunity to double down on a broader history. We know from the 19 fifties, right there were, you know more than the Elvis's who were involved in. And what we know is the cover movement where white artists specifically would record black music and and dumb it down. Right white it down if you will. Oh, so everyone knows, you know Elvis Presley's Hound dog. But most folks have never heard Big Mama Thornton's original version of Hound Dog, which sounds so dramatically different and dramatically black. You know, as opposed to the Elvis record, Uh, there's so many cases, right? You know, folks will say Well now, this is a great time for folks to acknowledge that the African American impact on black music for folks to get the recognition. But that recognition sometimes comes in the in the vacuum of the economic realities that so many people were able to generate so many millions of dollars on black musical labor and black musical talent. That black artists never got the opportunity to see. And that was why this was so important for Kenny Gamble and get and Leon Huff in Philadelphia International records to make that particular connection between the popularity of black music and the economic role that it plays in black communities. So let me come to you on that because one of the folks you talked to said Well, black music is green. Right. That was the I think that was the official sort of tagline of the first black music month in 1979, which you know it was a very overt and obvious statement. You know, they were not trying to be subtle about saying that there is a lot of money generated by black artists playing music, and we need to acknowledge that And Does that Green, though, show up in black communities, or is it primarily enriching other folks? That's I mean, that's a tougher question to answer and I know and Mark you probably know more about this than I do. But I I know that part of you know, the black Music month. The reason part of it began because they wanted to funnel more of that money. Black back to black businesses, black owned record labels, of course, black record stores. Um, but yeah, that is it going there? Question. I'm not sure I'm qualified to answer. We're going to take a quick break, but we're going to be talking more about black music month.
Who Was by Queen Elizabeth Ii’s Side at Prince Philip’s Funeral?
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Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton to Co-Host the 2021 ACM Awards
"Night for country music bakers and their fans. Keith Urban and Mickey Guidance, hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards this evening from Nashville. There on Morris and Chris Stapled and lead the nominations with six each. Miranda Lambert follows with five as the most nominated female artists in a CM history with 68 Lifetime, NAMI. Nation's 56 ACM Awards airs this evening at eight o'clock Eastern on CBS
ACM Awards Take Place for 2nd Time in a Year
"The academy of country music awards will be handed out on Sunday in Nashville for the second time in less than a year I'm Margie is our letter with a preview when the it feels like it wasn't that long ago that the last ACM awards happen well that's true the last ones were in September because of the corona virus pandemic the ACM's traditionally are in April Marren Morris and Chris Stapleton leads the nominations with six each Mickey Guyton who is co hosting with Keith urban will be the first black woman to host the awards the ceremony will air on CBS from the grand Ole Opry house the Ryman auditorium and the bluebird cafe in Nashville
"mickey guyton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Elizabeth Reese is here, and she's brought us all the dirt street from Hollywood. It's a dirt alert. Hi, guys. We're gonna stop in Nashville first show. Okay, Fine. I've never bean Oh, you haven't You know, you seem to love it, right? I'm a big Nashville fan. Yeah, I think it's really wonderful. It's a great town. I've been there several times over the last Two years. I tended the Tivoli have a plan trip planned for June. But, alas, we will see you know what we'll see. But I can hold on to a little bit of hope. Don't you think? Of course. We'll see that being said there is quite the controversy in Nashville Brewing with the country music community. Being called out for not always being great, And that would be an understatement. So there was a country artist named Morgan Wallen, who was just dropped from his label and is taking a lot of public heat after a neighbor videotaped him outside of his home, yelling and used a very inappropriate racial slur. Um, when referencing another person, And so what happened? Was this neighbor shot? This video made it public. This happened Sunday night. Morgan Wallen goes on and issues an apology saying, you know, he's so sorry he promises to do better. And now country music The community is weighing in so Kelsea Ballerini, who's the country artist, she said. The news out of Nashville tonight does not represent country music. And then another country singer Maren Morris took issue with that and said it actually is representative of our town because this isn't his first quote, scuffle. And he just demolished a huge streaming record last month. Regardless, we all know it wasn't his first time using that word. We keep them rich and protected at all costs with no recourse for her. It is interesting. You know, this has been a long problem. Racism within country music. I mean, it's a problem in this country. It's a problem. Particularly within country music, and I think, um In a certain culture of the South. Right I think is northerners. We can sometimes go. Well, we're better than that. Not true. It's embedded within our country. It displays itself differently, just gonna say differently, having lived in both places for a number of years. Where I lived in the South. People said things out loud, They wouldn't say here. But that is not to say that people here would not say those things. Um they think them they just don't say them or they say them into in a in a more private sector. Yeah, right. Um, it's interesting because then black country artists, which there are very few, I mean, you can like count the number of black country artists. On one hand, Um, a woman named Mickey Guyton, who's a black country artist, spoke her piece about it and said, when I read comments, saying, this is not who we are a laugh, because this is exactly who country music is. I've witnessed it for 10 G de years. You guys should just read some of the vile comments hurled at me on a daily basis. It is a cold, hard truth to face, but it is the truth. She says she's often questioned why she fights to stay in an industry that has shown it hates her at times because of the color of her skin, but went on and explained that she does it because She loves it, and she wants to fight for it. And then she just listed a huge list of country music artists who are great people and ambassadors of the genre and who embody what Chris? What country music should be about part of making a change is acknowledging. The wrong that you have done. And I say that you know in this conversation, but there's multiple other, you know areas of life where where change begins with Just being real right about reality, right? That is so much harder to do than it is to say, because we all tell ourselves a story about everything right? And I hear that Nobody wants that to be the way it is. You know, That's what I hear in that first. Who was it that made that first? This is not who we are. That was Kelsea Ballerini e. I hear I hear What Kelsea Ballerini is trying to do right is trying to say is I don't want this to be who we are right? But But change will never come from that change comes from saying this is exactly who we are. And yeah, I want to be an agent of change in country music has had a long problem. You know, they don't want to isolate or, you know, they don't wanna make. Look what happened to the Dixie Chicks with right? I mean, when they got political, it gets very tricky. The country music fan base. Is, um, passionate about things in a different way than maybe other fans of other musical genres. Also, you'll see Dave Matthews Band fans doing this kind of stuff. They're just high. I also Featherstone hope will begin to change the paradigm that talking about racist political yes. The fact that it is that is not a normal thing that is the way that it manifests itself right now, But that also seems like an excuse or a crutch, right? Because it allows people to say like, Oh, we're not going to talk about politics well, Um okay, but Don't think that I think this actually transcends politics could also argue that everything is polish. I was just gonna say what I wish is that we could understand the nuance.
A Conversation With Country Star Mickey Guyton
"Star Mickey gotten about the state of the genre, and her new single black like me. So, Mickey, we have this tweet from Ric Ward, Who says, I think the lines of country music get blurred. What makes it country I thought the little Naz Exxon Old Town Road was country, but it was kicked off the country charts and before you answer, let me just remind listeners. The old town road Song was a major hit, and it debuted on Billboard's Hot 100 chart and the Hot Countries Songs chart. But then Billboard removed Old Town Road from the list of hot country songs and informed Columbia Records. That's laws Exes label that his Inclusion in that list was a mistake. What do you make of that battle over what is and what is not country music like an answer you that question right now, the whole over the last Eight years I have been hearing Trot beats an army melodies and country music and I've seen men wearing flat billed hats and Timberlands. And Doing a lot of what black culture does. So that is where the lines have gotten blurred and It has been Kind of frustrating for me because As a black woman who has grown up on that music. It was just very odd to me that they would call Little Naz Exxon, not country, but everything else is country. From other men, and that was a huge Dilemma for me. I had a really hard time. Writing songs myself because What was considered country for some people wasn't considered country for me. And that's where the lines have been drawn are blurred. Do you think that line has been drawn based on race that if a white artist had done old town road, it would have stayed in the country charts. I am. Because it wasn't an artist. I don't want to say absolutely. Yes, but I think that would have been a huge factor. Yes. This is something that you have without naming names. You have called out others in your industry for and I again want to go back to this interview that you did You said. I've been called the n word within this industry on DH. If you don't say something, it's saying that you don't care about me that I don't belong. Here is what that says to me. Yeah. What? What do you want your fellow artists in country music to say, I want them to say that they support black lives. Period. Saying you support black lives isn't saying you don't support Blue lives. It's not saying that you don't support all lives. When you don't say that there are black people. There are very few black people within this industry that air trying to find their footing within this industry. And if you're saying your acceptance of us You're not. And you're not saying that. That's how I feel. And I was very nervous when blackout Tuesday happened. I was terrified. I didn't know. If anybody was goingto say they support black lives because I understand that it's scary, especially with in country music because we don't typically express Our opinions on anything. And at that moment, it was more important. To rock the boat and say that you support black lives to let people know within the industry that we matter. Because there's been so many times that we haven't There's been times where I've been at a concert in Sol Confederate flags. Flown waving in my face. And I felt very alone in those moments. And this was a moment and a chance in a time for them to show that racism is not accepted within the country Community period. This is something that you have been grappling with. For most of your life. It seems like you grew up in mostly white neighborhoods in Texas. Yeah, why did you end up going to private school? I went to private school because I grew up and lived in Crawford, Texas. And where I lived in Crawford, Texas. Former Gore governor at the time was Governor George Bush's ranch was right next to my subdivision. And the school that I was supposed to go out there didn't want black kids to go to that school. So my parents had to work to put me in private schools and even in private schools, I still experience racism. There was a time I remember the map of Africa was pulled down and one of my private schools Trinity Lutheran. And two little white kids were saying In a different way. And I remember looking at my teacher and I still don't even understand what that meant. But I knew it was a word that we're not supposed to say. And the teacher didn't chastise them. She just said it's actually pronounced and that was it. Yeah, that's a lot. Luke Tweets. Keep doing you, Mickey. Music is beautiful, and so are you. You're just adding to that beauty of it. Don't stop. Don't ever