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Fresh update on "mickey guyton" discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

02:07 min | 17 min ago

Fresh update on "mickey guyton" discussed on Lori and Julia

"Is such a good son. Rock stat. I loved her hair did to its execute here again, and I think she died. No, you're right. I think she did. And like Damian Lewis, his wife, the actors his wife today, Margaret Koryu pastor. I think she's like in her fifties or something. Yes, damn it, And I always heard that Rock said kind of broke here in Minneapolis because some foreign exchange student went over to Sweden or whatever came back and like gave Ah A tape to W l O l and was like, Hey, you gotta hear this band and it kind of blew up from here. Oh, that's what I had done so good. Okay, we've got we've got our weekend picks presented by a AARP, Minnesota. Rocco will let you go first. All right, Well, I was looking for something to do this weekend, and I saw that cat Perkins was doing two shows at crooners, but it turns out they're sold out. But you can buy a live stream if you want for like 15. Books and have it in your own home. Nice, So that's it. I also was looking up. I was trying to figure out if any bells was streaming this weekend, and I found a good source for finding live streams, and it was jam based dot com It's jam as in jam band and based com slash live streams. I found out like a handful of people I love are playing this weekend. Including the mountain goats. Todd Snider, the Decemberists. Oh, I love the Decemberists. Yes, they're doing they're doing like a serious of 20th anniversary shows. I think that Sunday night. And then Sharon van. It s so I was like, Wow, There's a lot of good stuff. So check out jam based at Com slash live streams to find a good live stream You can watch and I found two and maybe you've dealt with this to Davina. Sometimes some places offer. Oh, hey, we have this live stream. You have to watch it like right here right now Or there's others where it's like. Hey, if you buy it now, you can watch it like Any time between now and whatever days? Yeah, And I like those too, Because sometimes you know, you just don't have time. Some absolutely. The other one thing that I'm kind of excited about is that tonight is the opener for the loons in the Major League Soccer. And they're going. They're playing Seattle, Lori or they team that knocked them out of the satisfy last year, And that's it. 8 30 tonight from Seattle. So watch that on your television people will be watching that kid me. I know how hard it that's very good. Okay, I'll just go next. I got a couple of music ideas. For you. The Minnesota Music Cafe. The Magic Sunshine Band is playing tonight and that place you do have to. It's big enough in there and they can take quite a few people. But you have to make reservations because they've got a capacity. But Minutes. I think the Magic Sunshine Band I feel like that. That's the old Boogie Wonderland. Alright, let make sense. I could picture. Yeah, I mean, I think they chanted Change the name. There might have been a fighter something, but that's basically the band. So that's you're going to be dancing at thanks to Chris Riemenschneider. Medina, I guess is re opening. You know that place is a huge in there and church cash is playing tonight. And if they're so good, and that guy sounds just like Johnny Cash, that's Tomorrow night at Madonna. Wild rice soup? Yes, the restaurant and they're just like they do so on the west side of telling their two they've bowling. They've got a motel. It's just huge in the diner, so churchy cash tomorrow night and then Sunday, Patty Peterson. Is presenting memories. The music of Barbra Streisand, and that's in the big room at the Chan and it's Patty Peterson. But Amy Lee is singing Marie Jeanne Alm. On DSA mother people, and they do it socially distance and safe, and that's a big room, but you gotta make reservations. But if you love your Barbara Streisand and Patti Pearson Will be performing and then my one TV pick is, um, the American Country Music awards. A cm's are are this weekend are on Sunday night on CBS and Mickey Guyton and Keith Urban are co hosting, so will be We'll be watching that night in a word show he's found out, Keith Urban is short. Yeah, but to let you know, but doesn't have that short man. Attitude stuff You can learn. Yes, I know. My pick. I have one. Okay. I have no life, but I'm going to go to the You know, I live in Longfellow, South Minneapolis, Right on. It's called how H O W E and there's a really wonderful Restaurant that have great amazing that dinners. I love that place And they also have a dog for the first time in life. His name is Charlie. Hi, Charlie. He probably He probably doesn't even Yeah, and they have a dog menu, too, which is really adorable. And so he loves the rice and the hamburger and so I'm going to get that and I'm going to get so many good, yummy appetizers and eat them all and see if I win the Guinness Book of World record for eating them. That's my pick for today. Yeah, that is a great restaurant, Dave. Outside inside. It's a nice place, smoke their their meats and as a fullback. I'm not a big drinker, but I've seen their bars really beautiful and stacked. So that's really cool, too. Yeah, very good. Well, I thought for pickup lines today, you guys I would give pickup lines for I saw a photo of our The pirate that we used to just all known love so much. Johnny Depp, Jack Sparrow on and he was, You know, he's creeping around Barcelona promoting bustle. Lorna, the movie minima to that. I don't know Nobody's watching your It's about this real life got anyway. Poor Johnny. Just He's really his, The fact that he could not be talked out of suing that Amber and all this dirty laundry mean he's he's He's right. He's right himself. Yeah, but anyway, I thought it might be somewhere in the world. National Pirate Dave So I thought, Pirate pickup lines. Okay, okay. Is there going to be terrible, But I'm not here. You guys ready? I haven't been hit on some ready. I must be hunting treasure because I'm digging your chest. That's a good one. That's pretty good. Well, you certainly put a shiver in mid Ember. Oh, no, that was valued ahead, See? Miss Skull and crossbones aren't the only things I plan on reason tonight. Um, I need to find some pirate music. Death. You should buy me some. This one could get used to that nice poop deck on your lady care for us woman. Careful. You would assume Bob. Something could hurt. Yep. Slab, let's see. Um I got me a bad case of scurvy and your grip foods of the only cure And I'm looking at the Venus boobs as I'm saying this pretending of a man and you got a nature. Oh, come on camera. Um let me stick me candid and your particle.

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ACM Awards Take Place for 2nd Time in a Year

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 19 hrs ago

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

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Fresh update on "mickey guyton" discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:30 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mickey guyton" discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"With their father, Prince Charles. There, Aunt Princess Anne and their uncle's Princes Andrew and Edward, notably absence Meghan Markle and finally, country music's biggest stars set to take the stage on Sunday for the 56th annual Academy of Country Music. Wards. Kelsea Ballerini will be there. Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney and Carrie Underwood, host Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton are also set to perform the 2021 A cm's airs live from Nashville Sunday on CBS. Coming up here on Colorado's Morning news. You're gonna see something a little different on Denver TV will explain in money news with Pat in the Rockies, losers of six in a row, getting swept by the Dodgers in L. A. I love sports and became a moments and the driver.

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

03:27 min | Last month

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Listening saying no and asking again. Thank you for your voice and your voice and thank you for trusting.

Fresh update on "mickey guyton" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mickey guyton" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"At another mass shooting. Eight people shot dead overnight in a FedEx facility in Indianapolis. The shooter then killed himself, say police. Police spokeswoman gonna cook. We have located eight people at the scene. With injuries consistent two gunshot wounds. Those eight were pronounced deceased here at the scene, she says they don't yet know who did this or why we understand that there are a lot of moving parts and we ask for your patients as we gather the most accurate information. So that That information comes two years and you can put in relay it accurately to everybody else, she says. Police don't yet know of the gunman worked at the FedEx facility, newly released CDC data shows the U. S had about 600,000 more deaths than it would normally have had in the past 13 months. Most due to Cove in 19, the biggest increases in April, July and December. I'm Rita Fall way President Joe Biden expels Russian diplomats and imposes sanctions on individuals and companies in the wake of election meddling and hacking attacks on U. S government agencies. Visited. Biden announces the explosion of 10, Russian diplomats and sanctions against dozens of Russian companies and individuals for their roles in both interference in the 2020 presidential election and breaking into computer systems at a number of U. S agencies. We cannot allow foreign power to interfere in our democratic process with impunity. The U. S has explicitly linked the government hacking to a Russian intelligence agency. And the election meddling to Russian President Vladimir Putin In an effort to help Donald Trump and his unsuccessful re election bid. Russia is promising retaliatory measures. Tim McGuire. Washington The U. S government says it's tracking rare cases of people still getting infected with Cupid 19, even though they've been fully vaccinated. The U. S Centers for Disease Control says some 5800 cases of so called breakthrough infections have been reported it was expected some people could still become sick from the coronavirus despite having been vaccinated. But they're highlighting that serious illness is even more rare. Among the 75 million people already vaccinated for 100. Patients were hospitalized and 74 died. Like with the flu shot, the CDC says. Those who've been vaccinated for Cove it appeared to have less severe illness than those without the shot. I'm Jackie Quinn. 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 urges are a letter with a preview enough if it feels like it wasn't that long ago that the last ACM awards happened well, that's true. The last ones were in September because of the Corona virus pandemic. The CM's traditionally are in April. Maren Morris and Chris Stapleton lead 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.

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

04:02 min | Last month

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Ain't that just a beautiful sound Thank you mikey. In just a moment. Alcaide you through a closing meditation before we start. I want to acknowledge salesforce and sponsorship of meditative story while may know the company for its role in bringing companies and customers together salesforce also works to improve the state of the planet by sharing the stories of leaders driving positive change just like us. Salesforce believes that stories help us understand the world a little bit better with their support. We're able to continue to experiment. Ways to make meditative story a beloved alternative to traditional meditation practices. It's the moment in mickey story. That really gets me at the bar with her husband. She stops says no no more. She's going to stop running. Turn and face things as they are and seeing about the truths of her experience has a black woman. It's like in the matrix. When neo appears defeated but he gets up says no and when the bullet stuff flying they fall to the ground. Mickey has heard neo moment her awakening. So let's play with that idea in short meditation together giving permission to the body to be soft encouraging. Softness pliability in the mind. Who am i dropping the question into the body mind and listening fully to what answer arises inhabiting the answer fully breathing whole body breathing. Resetting asking the question again. Who am i dropping. The words into curious mind noticing water rises an thing. Any resistance or confusion or distraction that is hit to letting that go if he can saying no. Who am i asking the question listening to the answer saying no to what needs to be said no to and inhabiting what remains countless books and posts which talk about being authentic but in my years of meditation. This is what is owed me most being interested in what this thing called me is asking the question.

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Fresh update on "mickey guyton" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mickey guyton" discussed on AP News Radio

"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 6 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

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

04:09 min | Last month

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

"So here i am in nashville grown out of the house pursuing a career in country music nashville has a system. There's a way they do things. So i use the producers. They tell me to us and the musicians and the writers to i do everything they tell me to and nothing works. Something's missing. I have a unique story and yet here. I'm trying to look and sound like every other artists. That's making country music trying to fit in trying to act the part to be notice. It can't work..

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

04:27 min | Last month

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Trying to act the part to be notice it. Kim perk it just isn't me in my life..

"mickey guyton" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"Mouth. K- work with amy brown happy thursday. Hope y'all are having a great week. Did y'all watch the cma's back in november on. Even if you didn't you may be saw a clip on instagram of and morris during one of her acceptance speeches when she gave a shout-out to black female country artists. If you don't know what i'm talking about will. I have the clip right here and gives me goosebumps. Every time i watch it i hear it and i just love it so much. Here it is. There are some in my mind that i want to give recognition to because i'm just a fan of their music and their country as it gets and i just want them all to know how much we love them back and just check out their music after this. It's linda mortell. Yola mickey guyton. Chrissy palmer britney spencer brandon giddens. There are so many amazing black women that pioneered and continue to pioneer this genre. And i know they're going to come after me. They've come before me but you've made this genre so so beautiful. I hope you know that we see you. Thank you for making me so inspired as a singer in this genre and mrs just been the most bajic all night. I get to go see my baby after this. Thank yous country. Music means the world. Thank you super cold. That marin took the time to do that during her speech. And i guess it's probably extra special to me because she gave a shout out to my girl. Britney spencer who you'll likely no. She come on the podcasts multiple times especially recently. She's on the gift guide episode. She's singing the new outweigh song. You're trying to do.

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

05:46 min | 7 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Beer. And flat build hats and Timberlands and you're being accused of potentially being inauthentic. At the same time. where bro country is straight up taking from, black culture. Rap on a song and do their hands like so and And I'm looking around like what? And it was hard because you know people are acting like this was new. This is new music that they had never heard before and I'm like well, I'm pretty sure I heard that back in two thousand two. I'm pretty sure that I just heard that a song on the hip hop station just a few minutes ago and it was really. It was difficult because. At the time you're also made to feel like, don't piss off radio don't piss off anybody in country music because they won't don't give them a reason not to play you. So. I felt like I had my hands tied behind my back and I couldn't express how I fell and I'd have to be silent. And I was just silent for very, very long time dying inside. Okay. That's a little dramatic I wasn't dying inside but. Creative Spark was definitely waiting. Yeah you know like. It's not natural or shouldn't be natural for you to just. Keep. Your feelings inside. Like that's not healthy. What changes for you to feel like on your EPA, you've just put out bridges. It doesn't sound like you're holding back so. What changes to where you feel comfortable speaking what's going on for you Well I started going to therapy. And I realized like I'm my own person I have something to say. A lot of my silence stemmed from childhood. A lot of my scared to stand up for myself stem from way back. Then that I was bringing into my adult head, I wasn't standing up for Myself Charlie. I was allowing all of these people around me. No matter who it was to tell me what I'm supposed to do as an artist how I can make it. And so as I was going to therapy. I had a huge breakthrough conversation with my husband, which really changed it all for me. What was that what we're? What did you say to each other? Well you know he's at my husband's a very, very, very smart man. He got accepted into Harvard law school and said in didn't go because there weren't enough people that look like him. Like he's that type of person. So. And principal, and so I talked to him I asked him I said. Why do you think country music? Is it working for me and country music was not working for me? It wasn't. It wasn't really working for any woman if you want me to be honest not very many of them. At least. And he said because. You're running away from everything that makes you different. You had been. Chasing everything but myself. I was wanting to make. Everybody, around me feel comfortable. Making them feel unthreatened because I was in that space and in doing. So I was the WHO was constantly uncomfortable for a very long time. And it just it was suffocating to be honest like you're just sitting there and I felt like I was just. People pleasing and smiling when I didn't feel like smiling and writing songs that..

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"I was trying to kind of avoid him because I was already feeling down. I was already just feeling like get me out of this place can be out of the space I'm ready to leave and he chased me down and he was like, picky how are you? You know and he was like, don't you saying like you sing music but it's not like what I would think you would sing right and I was like, yeah, he was like, well, what are you saying? I said I sing country music. And he was like, that's so crazy. 'cause my Julian Raymond who produce Glen Campbell's record country singer great country singer he said he's been looking for a black female country singer. So of course, Julian Raymond asks his hip hop producer if he knows any black female country singers. But here I, am. And from there I started working with. Julian, who then introduced me to my management Gary Berman and Moyer who managed he turbine and Faith Hill and Dwight. Yoakam. Wow. Big Leagues. Honestly, I keep telling people like whatever you're supposed to have whatever your destiny is supposed to be. It will find you. Because there is no way that I should have been in this position all the way in la it of met these people. Okay. So where are we time right now what yours us? This is two thousand ten. So in twenty ten. I. Signed my record deal in two thousand eleven. But be the beginning of twenty ten I was working in writing doing demos in La. And then they introduced me to this producer named Busby who passed away rest in peace. I know we wrote the called safe..

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Yours with a really powerful message called what are you going to tell her? Gone In she?.

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

04:54 min | 7 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Label. The producers. My husband. Even, my mom. And I teach them how to harmonize with me. They trust my instincts. In.

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

05:46 min | 7 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Works. So I discount myself as an artist. Discount Myself as a songwriter? I start to believe I'm not good enough I don't deserve to be here. I feel like stallion tied up in a stable itching to run free. But. Right. In front of me, there is a barrier. I'm just terrified to leap over it. On Radio Tour when I visit a station? I Walk Right by the RB HIP hop studio. Through the glass doors I see the read on Air light reflected in faces that look like mine. Each time I rush by like I'm abandoning part of myself. Why don't I just stop in and say hi. Hey I'm Mickey I sing country music but I'd love to talk about it with your radio station. It seem so easy to say, but I keep trying to prove to everybody that I'm super country that country is supposed to be which it is. But why don't I stop and say, Hi to the black producers and artists and hosts. One Sunday morning I'm drawn to church it's eight am and I'm not really listening. And then I tune in to the very last thing the preacher says. It's the only thing. I hear all morning. It's okay. To Question Guy. My whole life I've been made to feel like I can't question anyone around me. My mother. The white boys and girls in my private school. My choir teacher, my managers. In. God. Monday Bible Group. Wednesday night prayer. Saturday choir rehearsal, and Sunday service. A lifetime of worship and I still don't ask God any real questions? I..

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Compliment. Because I. Spend Week surrounded by white kids. I noticed that I speak differently than the black folks at They. Love Me. Don't get me wrong. But get plenty of. You sound like a white girl. And I'm thinking. What does that even mean? On Sundays. I wonder if I'm black enough. My whole life changes on a trip to Texas Rangers. Game. Before the players even take the filled. Before the game even begins. I sit in the nose bleeds with the other folks from my Gospel Church. I looked down on. The infield is perfectly smooth. It's red clay brilliant against the bright green grass. The announcer says. And now our national anthem sung by ten year old Leeann rhymes. The jumbo screen shows a little girl with blonde curly hair and a blue dim outfit with an American flag dazzled on her back. Leeann opens her mouth to sing. It's like a grown woman's sores from the depths of her little body. Her voice. That big voice. And raptures the stadium everybody hangs on every last word. I've.

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

08:23 min | 7 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Ooh. Something's missing. I have a unique story and yet here I'm trying to look and sound like every other artists that's making country music. Trying to fit in. Trying to act part to be notice. It can't work. It just isn't me? In my life. I'm always talked to listen. When I was younger. I listened to my elders. I listened to my mom, I listened to Mica. If I listened. I could fit in. If I listen, I could get approval. I do everything me. And nothing works. I feel like a stallion tied up in a stable. Itching to run free. Mickey Guyton is.

A Conversation With Country Star Mickey Guyton

1A

05:39 min | 10 months ago

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

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

03:50 min | 11 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"No matter how bad it's been. Really appreciate both of you guys. I think this is. Hopefully. Our listeners that are hearing this. I have our word Ford. They could have. They can look at the beer a little bit. We're introspectively. Deeper check on themselves and be the change for. Enough speed of change man. If you? Unless you know so. I step is software. And I will say you know. What I listened to the F-. Listened to music, and I hear for example. Mickey's got a song called. Woody GonNa tell her. And I remember hearing that Song for the first time and I think about Joey. 'cause that was the same thing. I. Don't know what I'm going to tell her. Tell her. You know. It. I can't even imagine like all this. It's like I. Don't know what to tell her I. Don't know you know I I. Don't know. I just I love your song. I love what it stands for right now and you know it's just it is just I have no. Clue what I'm GonNa tell her. Well let me tell you something. Amiss all of the racism that is happening in this country. Women. are still being oppressed. We're all the same all in the same boat. We really freaking are there's a lot of pain. This world is on fire right now for a lot of thing. For injustice is happening black and Brown people for injustices happening to women for cove it like it is heavy right now. It is heavy. I appreciate you guys, I appreciate. This whole conversation coming back together because if it. Would have just ended that because contrary to what this isn't about key great existed about. This isn't about any of that Makita. This is this is the problem. This is like this conversation. Be Able to come back like you said grant and be able to have a conversation, and to have this talk and just to to empathize, but at a place where you know. We were ashes. Yeah, this. Is I just feel like this is? I hope people can understand where we're at right. Yeah..

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

09:45 min | 11 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"What's a tips off encouraging hate? Or number one mistake. White people make would talking about race. When people say all lives matter? Touched on that a little bit earlier to you. Are saying black lives matter. They are not saying that all lives Joe. Matter and I think people are misconstrued that they're not saying that all lives don't matter. We absolutely think all lives matter, but the problem with that is when they're still marginalization in this world when they're still relation of people of color in this country, and they're not treated equally than their lives don't really matter, and that's when they're saying. When they say black lives matter release a brown lives matter Bait. We could put a to at the end of that, and then probably make sense to alive people. We're saying black lives matter to you. Pay It in. Mickey, that was the. Best. The best. That's ever been explained in my experience, so I appreciate that. Out that was very very well. Say I think that. because. That's I definitely hear a lot, right and people society. Here's a lot glad because that is how it is interpreted at times. You know and so I I really that. A lot of a lot of clarity so I appreciate. That explanation House that was brilliant. Thank you. We're not saying that other lives. Don't matter because. We just WANNA. Be. We WanNA matter to. The person said how to get involved in chain changing the system I've seen book suggested so maybe. What else they can do to get involved in changing the system. or College I. Studied Black History and our teacher made us read. This book called black like me. I wrote us. Black like me and this book was written by John. Howard Griffin a white man. Who radiation darkened his skin to look like a black man back in the nineteen sixties during the Jim Crow Law era. During the civil rights movement. and. He went to see what it's like to be. A black man living in America in the nineteen sixties. And there's some of the most profound quotes Samir that you can read. In a white men experience what it felt like to be black. And it's beautiful. It's a beautiful book. I. was. Inspired by the title to write a song called black like me which I have snippets on my social media. and. You could start there. Start really consider diversifying your life. The people that you hire the people that you reach out to again. It has to be genuine. Not Everybody has to be friends. That is not the way the world works, but just reaching out and seeing seeing people see us. See us. That's what we're asking. See us. I have. A question in it's. It's more just I'm GONNA say a phrase and I just want you once y'all's thoughts on it because again. It's something that I feel like society. Here's a lot especially when racism racism is is is brought up as a topic. When someone starts talking about. Reverse racism. Is that Zada. Gang of like the black on black crime is at a misdirection is that? How do you? How do as African Americans? How do you receive that phrase when someone brings it up? Reverse racism or reverse discrimination. Is the concept that affirmative action in similar color conscious programs for Rian, dressing racial inequality or a form of anti white racism. Well. Was Looking country music right. I'm a part of the ACM. Diversity Task Force and I'm trying to help diversify the ACM whether it's. in production, the writers makeup artists, sound people, even the talent to bring diversity here. And People? Trying to give marginalized people who don't get shots and chances to be a part of programs like that. And when they're making that reach, that is not reverse racism whatsoever. That is being inclusive. So. That's like saying. I, appreciate it. just appreciate both y'all being willing to be vulnerable and kind of. Express you know your feelings in everything during these times that are going on and. I am I. DO empathize that this can't be easy. To be an African American. In this country in this world, let alone in times like this. And I am I. AM sorry again for for how I deliver things in an offensive ignorant way. that. Has That's there's no part of me that that feels that way, or is that way and the people that know me know that for a fact, but again make grant. Thank you guys for free opening of. I mean the fact that you can recognize. It admitted accepted and apologize for. It is a lot more than anybody that I know of. You know that's not lack to be honest. It's usually you get back on. If we were start this conversation, it would be explaining why. Wasn't wrong and it would be a hollow. I'm sorry that you felt that way type of thing, but now but what you did and to. Janice question. You know what you did is actively showing that you acknowledge racism and make steps towards. Extinguishing racism by acknowledging that you acted in the you know very. You Know Racist Way by commenting that way. Acknowledging the existence of it is fighting and I think that answers the question right there. That's as really big of you meant. That well, but you know. I sat down with her because I thought they was going to happen as you're. GonNa try to sidestep your way out of it and say look I'm sorry that the words is set made. You feel that way. I'm sorry you felt that way, but you didn't. You owned it and apologized for an acknowledgement. It I think that's step number one in societies, acknowledging only initiated bronchial I appreciate thought. This is heavy man. Really happy you guys don't the half. That's. The APP like they're real. Empathy is like that's where it's like. You know obsess Ari. Passed it. There is a fourth of July two years ago. Lure out at my Beach House and then Ventura California shooting off fireworks like everybody did over in Silver Strand. Everybody had a house over there. Shoot fireworks off your out back porch. Get enough from the police and I'm at my house. My Name's on my cars in the driveway. They say you know lose houses why? Why are you here? No I mean this is my house. My Name's you want me to go get the title. I mean. That's my Jag in the driveway. They didn't believe me for anything so they I said I'm an attorney I. Know My rights. You can't come across this threshold. They walked across threshold of my doorway. Drug me out of my house front of my. And proceeded to me to the ground and beat me in. Tell me this isn't your house where you doing here, but you know what as fucked up as that was having to go, spend the night in gentleman course. All charges were dropped because I didn't do a damn thing wrong. I still don't walk around and say you know fuck them fuck. Fuck the police I I'm still trying to acknowledge that look. I know that they up and I'm trying to move on instead of harboring the hatred that I should harbor for what happened to me I. Just got rid of the house and moved out of the situation and I still believe that there's good people and I. See that in you too I know there's a big not everybody's like the people that stretch me out of my house. beat me up and locked me up. So that's the last thing I have to say about is we all have to be positive? No matter how bad it's been. Really appreciate both of you guys. I think this is. Hopefully. Our listeners that are hearing this. I have our word Ford. They could have. They can look at the beer a little bit. We're introspectively. Deeper check on themselves and be the change for. Enough speed of change man. If you? Unless you know so. I step is software. And I will say you know..

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"Would you want to grow up in the world as a black person? Would you want to? I'm trying issues. My words because I don't want to minimize. What the black culture does have to go through like our child does not have to worry about playing with a toy gotten. JAS does not have to worry about a toy gun. Roy and that's where it gets me as a mom to be like okay, that's where I kind of that's. kind of that's where I get it where it's like JAS can run around with a toy gun without someone shooting at him. But to answer your question. No I wouldn't have a problem with it, but again the grass the grass may seem greener right so I can't say because. I haven't experienced it I'm sure there's African. Americans who haven't experienced any of that? Maybe their parents have but I. Guess You I. Bet you. There's kids that maybe haven't. Are you saying that's not you're telling me. There's not one African American. That hasn't that has gone through life and hasn't experienced. Having living without having experienced racing best friend is Jason, he's. An African American. has have. You ever asked him that question. And by the way I'm just like. I mean we haven't talked about a long time, but I haven't. He's never expressed any of that to me. But I mean so again. I'm just saying. That plane. The odds I'm sure there's there's somebody out there. That hasn't been subjected to Mickey. You're saying they're. Honestly, it's. This conversation is very heavy for me. and to hear someone say that I highly doubt. That all black will have an experienced some form of racism or oppression. Numbers game. It's not a racial game numbers game. I'm going to have to get off of this call. You cannot say those things. You cannot. All what am I saying this disrespectful? All I'm saying is that there's a there's a possibility. Is there a possibility? You know it. I got. I got it I figured it out I. Don't approved.

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

03:40 min | 11 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"Women. That were raped. Beaten. Had their babies cut out of their stomachs and to watch their baby get stumped on. That is in history books. But. You could say the same thing for like the Jewish culture right. But. Why isn't the Jewish culture? They have. Just as many. If not you know reasons to feel oppressed. Not so maybe not so much in America, but it's. Like, an air skipped over though. It, doesn't matter. That didn't matter when they were going through what they're going through. It didn't matter. Their religion was there was their skin color essentially. Yeah so I, guess what's unfortunate and I'm not obviously. I respect everything. You're saying Miley. My the pessimism in my mind is thinking. Shit. When does this end? If it's about being oppressed for four hundred, years. Initiatives still going on win. Will it ever end? Will it ever? Yeah that's a great question. I don't know I don't know either. In the way the way things are going it doesn't. Like it. Ask anybody around the world. Even Jewish people essentially. I'm going to ask you. Would you want to grow up in the world as a black person? Would you want to? I'm trying issues. My words because I don't want to minimize. What the black culture does have to go through like our child does not have to worry about playing with a toy gotten. JAS does not have to worry about a toy gun. Roy and that's where it gets me as a mom to be like okay, that's where I kind of that's. kind of that's where I get it where it's like JAS can run around with a toy gun without someone shooting at him. But to answer your question. No I wouldn't have a problem with it, but again the grass the grass may seem greener right so I can't say because. I haven't experienced it I'm sure there's African. Americans who haven't experienced any of that? Maybe their parents have but I. Guess You I. Bet you. There's kids that maybe haven't. Are you saying that's not you're telling me. There's not one African American. That hasn't that has gone through life and hasn't experienced. Having living without having experienced racing best friend is Jason, he's..

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"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

08:50 min | 11 months ago

"mickey guyton" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"And, so you can't say all lives matter. I see a lot of people saying that, and it's true all lives matter, but they don't right now. They. Don't right now. We saw a man get murdered in calling for his mother. and. If, people only only knew. What I've personally. I have seen. In Ventura County California. Cops come to my home. Take my husband. Throw him to the ground. Tell him he's not a lawyer. Tell people that is not our Jag parked in the neighborhood being the only black people in that neighborhood I? have seen the injustice myself. And after seeing that, I would then have to go on a stage in saying an act like everything's Okay I have absolutely saying on a stage in someone is called the N. word. And just acted like it's okay because that was just the way life is. I expected that because that's been the lot of my life since I was born with this skin. And We're all awake now. We all see it. And we are upset. and. I know for a fact in country. Music I have so many good hearted, loving people that are not racist. But. It is not enough to be quietly non-racist. We all have to be openly non-racist in. Shame anybody that fills otherwise. If, you love Jesus, if you say that you love Jesus. Then you cannot be racist. Period. Well said Mickey. I. Ask you this. Unfortunately. It's like. You know people that are racist. People that are. Whether police officers whether it in business whether it fans at your show show disrespect you in that way whether it's the police officers that came in grabbed your husband. Those people. If their actions are showing that they're they're. Biased towards certain races and prejudice towards certain races. Do. With all the rioting with the protests and everything. And this may be naive to ask to even state. This might be ignorant on my part. But it's. What's what's the end result? People are racist. This is only fueling near-racism. People that that aren't racist were already not racist. So the one thing I will say it does is for people that. Haven't had to experience that for people who are or Caucasian or even African. American that haven't had to experience, but most likely have witnessed maybe those things. Sure Awake Society up. That's like hey, just a reminder. This is still going on y'all like it's not the sixties. It's two thousand twenty and it's still going on. You know sixty years later or whatever it is sixty years later. I have a great example for you. Think of a dog. And the sweet innocent loving dog. Imagined punching that dog over and over and over again, slapping that dog pushing him around disregarding him. Not Feeding Him not showing him any love, and then the one time you touch him all the sudden. He Bites you back. And what happens to that dog? Most likely he put down. So I do not condone. Looting and Destroying property. I do not condone it whatsoever for four, but there are people who have seen that are in the lowest communities like Koroma is affecting the black community. In soon as everybody found that out, it was like the Oh. Why are we even staying outside right now? So these people. There are way more people that are trying to peacefully protest. And those are the ones that you need to pay attention to. Those, are the ones that truly want justice. And? For. Sure and it's just. It just sucks because it's. This is only these kind of win. It gets to the looting rioting. It only segregates us even more than only separate says even more because again. You're your people. The people that are doing in an inappropriate manner whether they're African American white has been whoever it is are just fueling racism and segregation so. I'm going to have to interject before he talking isn't something. Looting and rioting has been learned from the slave days. This is historically what we have seen. People do to black people. If, you really studied black history. Which I have think about all those lynchings. Think about all those people laughing and not even considering people as human. We learned that. From white people. that. It's history. This is four hundred years of oppression, and by the way this is supposed to be a you know. This is to gain knowledge and to gain. You, know there's I have some questions to some podcasts. Listeners want us to answer to, and this is just too because you know. Yeah, this is just like gaining knowledge so I. Don't want you to like because this is just that uncomfortable situation we don't even know of. Like, no I think like I want you to. Knowledge give US knowledge because we sit here in our. We don't we didn't. We didn't have the same. Battles, and struggles early, and you have to think about it. But I went with my school and in college. We only learn the small little pieces of black history. It's almost glossed over you. Know is like Martin Luther King Malcolm eggs. Rosa parks, you know. The civil civil rights movement, but you don't really dig in. To what actually happened to some of these people, there were slaves. Pregnant women. That were raped. Beaten. Had their babies cut out of their stomachs and to watch their baby get stumped on. That is in history books. But. You could say the same thing for like the Jewish culture right. But. Why isn't the Jewish culture? They have. Just as many. If not you know reasons to feel oppressed. Not so maybe not so much in America, but it's. Like, an air skipped over though. It, doesn't matter. That didn't matter when they were going through what they're going through. It didn't matter. Their religion was there was their skin color essentially. Yeah so I, guess what's unfortunate and I'm not obviously. I respect everything. You're saying Miley. My the pessimism in my mind is thinking. Shit. When does this end? If it's about being oppressed for four hundred, years. Initiatives still going on win. Will it ever end? Will it ever? Yeah that's a great question. I don't know I don't know either. In the way the way things are going it doesn't. Like it. Ask anybody around the world. Even Jewish people essentially..

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