17 Burst results for "Mike Mccready"
"mike mccready" Discussed on Pantheon
"Good info about these guys in mark yards book. Everybody loves our town. Oh yeah fucking mark arm. Yeah you know what i was just listening to. I'd just finally got the digital version of the mother. Love bone box set. What is it called on earth as it is. i think and it's rad. Like i have the vinyl version of it but the digital version of it has stuff that isn't on Yeah there's a whole disk there's a couple of there's a whole bunch of besides and just demos and stuff that had been on anything else really and it's really cool like it's kind like a whole separate shitty. Mother love bone apple but by shitty. I just mean you know it's like demos and like earlier stuff but like it's still like it's cool. I wish i wish so badly. They were all like polished recordings the way we have of their album but still cool real cool. I'm hearing some of a lot of the stuff. For the first time i met every time i start thinking about love bone or listening. I like almost reminded that i really loved that band. Like they are way up there for me. it's just so sad that they have such a small output. You know we only have this little bit. That's why i'm so pumped to get this extra stuff now. Listen to that. i hadn't heard yet but man. I love that band so much. I wish i wish i could have more them. But alas it's that appreciation for what it was because again if they were still there. I would that if that would have been a da ban. Wouldn't have stayed together anyway. That being would have also had a negative impact on stoning jeff. Jeff would've left that band. I think jeff not going to hang out. A mother love bone all that much longer. Bye-bye was mike mccready see. He wasn't on the fifth master. Now now. Mike is not a riff master. He's not about the riff. He's about the fucking freak out like like mccready slash de rippin. The solos like amandas asked in the moment. Yeah improv and just like pretty solis. But that's different from what i would put in the rift master general. You know somebody like dime. I owe me those guys. You know all dime without tom morello all tommaso again or the dj love. Mike macree man. You can get a better fucking lead guitarist really than that. Man rock band. If i was at nutty kid like way back in the day. I probably put any got heavy into like learning how to play. And you know i i would have been one of those kids with a huge poster of and learning how to play like the migrate. Oh yeah i mean. He had those posters up of stevie..
"mike mccready" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So last week we covered pearl jam and their debut album from ninety one called ten and this is a band that kind of formed a surrounding the death of the lead singer from mother. Love Bone that's right. Yeah kind of like a tribute to him. That there is shared shared connection between Chris Cornell which is the lead singer of soundgarden and as we mentioned last week both Jeff comment and Stone Gossard of Pearl Jam. Were in mother Love Bone. So you know. Obviously they knew him very well and their lead singer. Andrew Wood had od I think that year actually. I think it wasn't nineteen ninety when he passed away and it's also worth mentioning and it's pretty much the entire Pearl Jam lineup. So it's Mike McCready on lead guitar. I don't know about the Drummer Mac. Now that yeah. That's Matt Cameron Matt Cameron. Okay yeah so basically was Pearl Jam plus Chris Cornell I think I think Matt Cameron was a drummer back in the the beginning for soundgarden. So they go. I mean that's just a that's the Seattle music scene rate. If you think about it that way right it's the members from Green River right with Jeff and stone. You've got sound gardens Chris Cornell so yeah Chris Cornell was actually a roommate of Andrew would So he died in nineteen ninety of a heroin overdose the day the Cornell got back from a tour for Masongorere ran so He wrote these two songs for his friend. Andrew when he went on tour in Europe a few days later and the two songs for reach down and say hello to heaven both ended up on this record So basically what happened was he gets home. From a tour. Andrew dies the same day from a heroin overdose a few days later. He's he's back. On the road touring in Europe and he writes these two songs on the road basically so he had the idea that like you know. Let me get a couple of other guys from other. Love Bone to record this with me. Just as an idea of putting out just like a a single like a two track to side single EP And then they pull on the rest of the the rest of the group cool the way the Eddie vedder gets involved with this record. Is You know he had already flown up from San Diego to rehearse for as we mentioned they were then called. Mookie blaylock so he came up there to to rehearse and he just happened to sit in on one of the rehearsals with Temple of the dog and provided backing vocals. That's go that's kind of the kind of cool so it's really interesting. What do you think about it because when we listen to the record now and when the record became a success Pearl Jam had had received the popularity of that point tenant came out Just a little bit later so like it's one of those records that kind of became more and more popular in. That's probably helped. With the fact that this was a mash up of soundgarden which had already been successful with Chris Cornell on the vocals and then essentially all of Pearl Jam which became huge. Just a few months later. You know so anyway cool. Let's let's listen tunes. Men are attuned Muslim woman. Short and sweet brother. Let's listen to a tune So the song that we played in For the INTRO was of course hunger strike. Which is the biggest? Probably the most well known song from this record So you probably recognize that. We're going to jump down to close to the end of the record and it's called your savior track eight and It also features Eddie vetter with background vocals. So here we go.
"mike mccready" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"Welcome back family pack. It's always been fascinating to me to see how the world of entertainment has evolved over the years. So let's take a walk down. Memory Lane and reminisce on some of the juiciest and most monumental on this day vents from this week in pop culture history starting with fifty years ago. A half of a century. Paul McCartney officially announced this split of the Beatles to think of the impact of the Beatles how much they've given us as listeners. It's so sad that they couldn't make it work but like many bands personalities get in the way but the positive is that we've gotten amazing solo music over the years from Paul McCartney George Harrison some I honestly I think Joe George Harrison might be my favorite solo artist of the Beatles. Of course John Lennon. Oh and there's Ringo. He didn't really contribute much. And if you disagree I don't WanNa hear it. It's my it's my opinion in the words of Tamra judge. Oh in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. The movie soundtrack for Greece was released. I love Greece so much. Obsessed with the movie grease. If you haven't heard my interview with Eddie from Greece yes. The original movie grease. He was the NERD. He honestly gave me one of my favorite interviews. I've done my entire life and you need to go back and listen to that episode. It's called Greece's the word. Highly recommended will the soundtrack was released in seventy eight and I thought it was important to note. If you're like me and are obsessed with the movie grease. You'd be very surprised if you went back and watched the musical as so many things are different. But the biggest thing about the movie soundtrack that you wouldn't have heard if you're a fan of the musical is hopelessly devoted to you. That's the song with Sandy. When she's at the sleepover and she gets upset after the look at me. I'm Sandra Dee Song. So she goes outside to take a breather their clearer head. She's the little kiddie pool. And she's singing and see John Travolta's face appear in the kiddy pool and she washes it away with tissue so good. I was shook when I found out that that song wasn't in the original musical moving on to nine thousand nine hundred. Ninety one. A very underrated band had their only CD released. It's the Band Temple of the dog with the self titled. The vocalist is my favorite singer of all time. Chris Cornell from soundgarden fame he actually created temple of the dog is a tribute to Andrew. Would his late friend. Who was the lead singer of malfunction and mother love Bone Temple of the dog also consisted of Stone Gossard? Jeff amant and both of those guys were in mother love bone with Andrew Wood and later became members of Pearl Jam. Mike McCready was in temple of the dog. He ended up becoming a member of Pearl Jam and Matt Cameron was also a part of temple of the dog. He ended up becoming a member of soundgarden and then later Pearl Jam Drummer. Amazing Grammar Mad. Eddie vedder if you know is the lead singer of Pearl Jam. He was a guest vocalist on the temple of the dog album. He provided some lead vocals a lot of backing vocals. And just the sound of Chris. Eddie's voices together was so good say hello to heaven. I mean I cry every time I hear this song since Chris Cornell is passed I just I really. Struggle reach. Down was another single on this album. Hunger strike.
"mike mccready" Discussed on KOMO
"Get a highly alarming rate especially tonight and that's the most frustrating they have no time to dwell on it they have a game tomorrow night against Arizona state with a pregame coverage at seven number two guns I got pulled away the second half to be sent a clear eighty seven seventy two may have come with a cost so forward Killian Tilly suffered a leg injury in the first half not sure the extent of the injury and Dominic team advances to the finals of the Australian Open after beating Alexander Zverev he'll face defending champ Novak Djokovic speaking of tennis the daily show host Trevor Noah tweeted at Bill Gates as weak challenging him in Roger Federer to a charity doubles match against Noah and his partner Rafael Nadal in Cape Town South Africa next Friday Gage replied game on the day of teamed up previously gates and Federer as it took on American tennis star John Isner program guitarist Mike McCready here in Seattle two years ago sports ten forty past the hour Tom what are the home of the Huskies common whose goal is time a twelve recent violence outside the king county courthouse is calling attention to a nearby homeless shelter that you may not know about here's como's mac March of market Seattle's largest homeless shelter complex run by the downtown emergency services center occupies the old Morrison hotel one hundred ninety one person apartments and there's an overnight shelter for two hundred fifty people occupying it second floor and it's crowded are you always full yes are you over capacity yeah it's pretty scary if you don't know what to expect people sleeping everywhere in in twenty nineteen it was the number one location in the city for police response calls nearly twenty six hundred and average of seven a day most eighteen on February twenty sixth no particular reason why tells a story largely people in crisis what do the numbers underscore what we can't see behind the walls were not allowed to people who are drug dealing Richard Besser says he spent three months in the shelter mailing really audience so much so that for try to be sold for good luck police.
"mike mccready" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"They're banned. They came out of Portland, and they were one of the most influential bands, especially on Kurt Cobain Melvin grow hole in the early nineties. I can't remember exactly what happened, but the singer Greg sage he got sick. And so they put together a tribute to them and nirvana covered return of the rat on there. It was really good Hank really wanted youth of America on there. And I think he made an excellent point is to the dirge like quality of some of the songs that sort of makes it a grunt checkered. I love it. I think it's great. I'm glad we have it on there. I wanna talk about stone temple pilots because they actually have two spots on the list, which Indy nineties would have been extremely controversial. And actually purple which is at number twenty four. I think would be less controversial than what you guys did with core because that's surprising to me. But perp. Apple I think everyone kind of agreed that that's showed them as people really thought. They were kind of rip off on their first album time, everyone this Pearl Jam. Yes. And they kind of did. And that's why they're. But purple really did go in a lot of different direction to made that comparison. Yes, easy. I would say that one's more. Gimme, but we'll Duffin that they're the number twenty four and another Soundgarden number twenty three heavy won the deep six compilation. We talked about Jerry Cantrell soul album highly. Underrated green. Remember, we talked about the single soundtracks so important, and I love Cameron Crowe comparing to the graduate. Which isn't quite right. Of course. Because isn't the graduate? Also, I'm and Garfunkel, it's like ninety eight percents. So it's like a little off, you know, it's like unless you accept it. Some Garfunkel totally encapsulated era, which I guess you could another sort of one off which I think it was. Yeah, it was a one-off Matt seasons, which is the supergroup. It was Mike mccready from Pearl Jam Layne Staley from Alison chains Barrett from screaming trees, and I don't know anything in particular as one of my favorite songs on there that I thought that was Nelson chainsaw until I went back and I was mad season. Number seventeen is screaming trees sweet oblivion. I was forget about screaming trees. And then when I go back, and listen screaming trees, I mean, a lot of bands. It.
"mike mccready" Discussed on KOMO
"Twenty four seven news continues now on KOMO news. Police in New Zealand say fifty people are dead fifty injured following terror attacks at two mosque in Christ Church during Friday prayers. Police Commissioner Mike Busch says the death toll rose to fifty because authorities recovered an additional body with sadness advise the number of people who have died in this awful event has narrow isn't fifty. Donovan. Faith leaders from around the world calling for unity and tolerance following those terrible attacks at the mosque in New Zealand, Royal council of religious leaders secretary general jawline says everyone can take steps to tackle their own prejudice. Talk to them. What did? He says now is the time for solidarity. Community stein. President Trump says he doesn't see a rise in white nationalism in the world despite the racially motivated terror attack. I don't really I think it's a small group of people that have very very serious problems. I guess if you look at what happened in New Zealand, perhaps that's the case. I don't know enough about it yet. The president noted he'd not yet seen the manifesto that the accused New Zealand shooter left behind the MC is reporting that Michael Jackson's only daughter Paris Jackson is in the hospital after attempting to commit suicide. Authorities reportedly responded to the twenty year olds Los Angeles residents early Saturday morning DMZ says that sources say she slit her wrists, but she's in stable condition family. Sources reportedly say the incident is largely due from the fallout from the controversial documentary leaving Netherland documentary alleges that Michael Jackson sexually abused underage boys. Well, the Democrats not holding back in their weekly address criticizing the Republicans and the president about healthcare coverage among other things I'm Senator Bryan shots from Hawaii. Now, I know this is the democratic weekly address. And we're supposed to say the things that are good for Democrats in battle Republicans. But it's true. Republicans really are coming after your Medicare, Medicaid, this isn't a campaign slogan or an overstatement. It's right there in the budget that the president released this week. It's got one point five trillion dollars in cuts to Medicaid and eight hundred and forty five billion dollars in cuts to Medicare. And what's interesting is that these cuts add up to about two point three trillion dollars, which is literally the same amount that the tax cuts at the Republicans just gave to the wealthiest Americans last year. They lost two point three trillion dollars in revenue because they gave a fourteen percent tax cuts to corporations and seventeen billion dollars worth of tax cut. What's so the wealthiest Americans? And so now they're trying to pay for it by going after your healthcare. The president's budget also has other cuts that are totally unacceptable. Twenty five billion dollars from social security two hundred seven billion dollars from federal student loan programs two hundred and twenty billion dollars from programs that feed the poor and one third of the entire budget of the Environmental Protection Agency. And so this budget makes very clear the difference between Democrats and Republicans Republicans are all about tax cuts. And paying for it by cutting healthcare and Democrats want to expand health care coverage. Invest in students and protect the air, we breathe and the water that we drink. It's that simple. Thanks for listening. The opinion of the Democrats in their weekly address Pearl Jam guitarist. Mike mccready is casting some doubt on whether any new music will be coming from that band anytime soon in an interview with Rolling Stone McCreadie said the band hasn't done anything since they were on tour last year. And there are no current plans to do. So he added that he'd love to do something. In the meantime, McCreevy's music can be heard on a new documentary called the gift that journey of Johnny cash. Brian shook reporting twenty four seven news, the news you want when you want it on KOMO news. I'm Paul Jackson..
"mike mccready" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"At least give them a look. So I went up and threw in Seattle. And it was it was like a private throwing things just me and a couple of receivers one of them happened to be Steve l'argent. So he happened to be in the building and there. Hey, would you to receiver out there and he volunteered to come out? And catch some balls off his shoes. Just so that was helpful. So I signed pretty much half hour later, whatever they put in front of me pretty much same way. I send my first ESPN Bill didn't really read it, just oh, really. I get to join this. I'm in so. So so I threw in their pre camp for a couple of few weeks. And then when the real camps started over in Cini Washington at the time, the very first day, they brought me in and put me on this machine that I thought it was just like another test, you know, like running at forty or doing the ranks or whatever. Instead, it was a specific test specifically for me to find out if they wanna even keep me around at all and the doctors just wouldn't clear me this up. My ankle suck. We're like we're not gonna take a risk on emerging player and having get hurt on day one. So I tried for a couple more years though. I tried a couple of CFL tryouts USFL, and I guess my my paperwork wasn't outstanding. You know, the fact I was only second-string and college and got a ruined ankle. So then right. We're good. That'll smell. You have tried to hide those down the bottom of but I'm still playing at my age. But now just recreationally I get to play the Pearl Jam team flag football game every year. There is money for Cronin. Mike mccready the forest deals with that. He's done this really cool thing for number years where we play out centrally. And then I still play with some veterans and win fact we're going to get to play game a Super Bowl week. Yeah. We're going to talk about that in minute. I wanted to ask you. So, you know, I I heard another podcast you talked about how your parents were very invested early on, you know, the kids sitting in front of the television and talking about current events. And you said that early on you were more interested in politics than news than sports. Did you have the same personality that you have now that everybody knows when you were a jock in high school, and in college because there aren't a lot of athletes that anyone gets to cover that are dry and sarcastic, and sort of sardonic were you always like this or is this more of an acquired personality once you got out of the straight sports life. I know I think I've always been the same. I might have refined. How I deliver it a little better through the years. I guess would be the closest thing to compare what's. Because like when I was doing local sports here. You know, we we did things like I had a I had a lab little pet lab. Labrador black lab and I had him chew on a baseball. And then was shot like a really tight shot of him. And we would roll the scores over him eating a baseball and called the dog days of summer scoreboard. So like, I was experimenting trying hopefully different things..
"mike mccready" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"How did you come to work with Mike mccready, and what was it like working with them? It was great working with Mike. And he's the guitarist Pearl Jam for those of you who don't know that a little bit little band slow Seattle banning north. But he I was I've been approached Japan for twenty five years. So I was really really excited about the prospect of working with him. And and we met at the after party of screening of lucky them, my film that made it. Two thousand thirteen and he expressed interest in scoring and he really wanted to move in that direction, and you look I'm going to make a movie just for you to score. Yeah. I was just I was in my head the whole for until the point where we're starting to make Sadie. And I was like I think we should talk to Mike about doing this. And I went to him. And I was like can you are you interested in this subject matter as something you would want to do it's not a very big budget like and he was luckily as a day job, so you have to make them. No. It's not often discussed, but what kind of direction would you be able to give him? I mean, because of course, like, obviously, he turned in really good music. But I would think that you still would need some revisions for him to point them in the right direction. You can't be a mind reader. No for sure, and I work really specifically with composers and a way that I I don't know. I don't think it's only me who works this way. But it's not like the traditional thing where you finish the movie, and then you just start from that point and score the locked picture. I like music. That's made by the composer in the edit. So I can play with it and move it around and try and different places and kind of build it out and let it happen organically, and I told Mike that from the beginning, and he was really cool with it. And so he and the two women that he was composing with which is Molly sides in Whitney petty from thunder pussy, which is another amazing Seattle band. They all came into the studio and just kind of created all this music. I got a long along which was amazing. You mean like how long did they how long was he working on his they did they did a session where they created probably like eight or nine tracks. And then I played with those and gave feedback on those and said, they'd watch a cut with the parts of the songs that we'd use sort of interlaced. And then we talk about areas where we needed more and in what direction that those might work, and then they would go back in and do another session. I think they did like three of those. And then then we're getting towards the end of the process, and it became more spotty where it was like, we really need something. That's like a three second piece for this transition or whatever. So, but yeah. In terms of feedback for me. It's like the language of music is a language. I don't speak. I was gonna say so you don't play anything speaks Greek or whatever. And so I always just have to talk in the language of emotion, and that is a shared language because musicians all think about that too. And so they translate it into music, but we talk about like why what? What should this piece? Make me feel a lot of directors. Sometimes when the can't talk only was a music, Tim scores. Did you use like, no, I hate temps. Okay. Okay. Good. Well, I mean a lot of composers eight Tim scores too. So no, it's true. It's a big studio thing because it gets everybody to see like, oh, it's going to sound like this and brave in this and this scene, and then people become to married to it. And then you're watching the movie, and you're like why is this? All right. It's tricky test scores for me, the reason I don't like them is because either you get too attached to them or you can never find the right thing. And so you're having all these feedback screenings where it's like either. Perfect..
"mike mccready" Discussed on KOMO
"The forecast. Here's Seth Wayne. High temps pushing eighty degrees, or at least close to it many communities today, we are looking at a lot of sunshine and a lot of warmth. But this ridge of high pressure is going to slowly break down. So that's going to allow those temps in the low seventies on Saturday chance of some scattered showers. Coming back at us Sunday into Monday of next week. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center. Sixty one downtown lots of sunshine, currently ten oh, six plenty of police on campus, this Shelton high school this morning. Classes are in session, however, Shelton police captain Mike field says the rumor was of a potential school shooting today. People are walking in hallways overhearing things. And at this point. No student was specifically named as potential shooter and everybody that was a witness has been interviewed. Again classes in session, but extra police are there to calm nerves a homeless camp in Aberdeen is closing slowly the city bought the property recently, you put up a gate and no trespassing signs of camps been there for at least a decade, but the city recently bought the property saying it's too dangerous. And they want everyone out, but the mayor is allowing those who are actively seeking help to stay until they can get on their feet like Christina Gilchrist, and Johnny 'gelato to who spoke with komo's Keith Eldridge. You're doing some kind of services to show that your veteran. Your your situation is they're going to be a time when you're going to be able to move out. And for those who aren't seeking help and still stay the city says they're gonna get trespassing. Tickets crews cleaning up today and other homeless camp were dogs attack to people over the last five days is the latest attack was Wednesday and soda near still Kwami and sixth avenue. Witnesses say a dog bit a man working on a truck right by one of the many RV's parked in that area. The dog's owner was ticketed at because of the to attack. The city says it's sped up plans to clear out that camp and the first of the money that Pearl Jam raised with the home shows concerts in Seattle will be aimed squarely at getting and keeping young homeless people off the streets. Here's guitarist Mike mccready shows.
"mike mccready" Discussed on KOMO
"Time eight oh six there are plenty of police visible on the campus of Shelton high school this morning. Classes are in session, however, Shelton police captain, Mike. Viola tells us that there were there was a rumor of a potential school shooting today people walking in the hallways overhearing things. And at this point. No student was specifically named as a potential suitor and everybody that was a witness has been interviewed so far classes are in session, but extra police are there just to calm nerves north west farmers are scrambling to make up losses incurred during a trade war that has seen their products burdened by tariffs. Meanwhile, some local farmers say tariffs are the least of their worries that story from komo's Corwin Hake. Northwest wheat farmers have little to fear from tariffs even. Though much of their product is exported to Asia, Logan, Paget grows. We'd on hundreds of acres in central Oregon. The term trade war that's mainly with China and far more northwest. Tweet ends up in Japan and Korea were tariffs are not an issue. Instead, wheat farmers are much more focused on the scourge of wildfire. Some news reports seem to blame wheat farms for helping spread last summer's fires. Authorities say the region's vast wheat fields fueled the blaze, meantime, Oregon, governor, Kate Brown, credited, wheat, farmers for helping control. The fires knowledge in the expertise of the wheat farmers and their knowledge in fighting this type of fire was instrumental to our ability to reach this point reformers remain worried about the next wildfire season low prices they can plan for they say but fires are impossible to predict Corwin Hake. Komo news today crews will clean up a homeless camp where dogs have attacked two people in the last five days. The latest attack was Wednesday in Soto near Snoqualmie and sixth avenue. Witnesses say a dog bit a man who was working on a truck right by. One of the many RV's parked in the area. The dog's owner was ticketed, and because of the new attack the city says it's sped up plans to clear out the camp a homeless encampment. Aberdeen is slowly being closed down the city bought that property recently and put up a gate along with no trespassing signs that camp has been there for at least a decade, but the city of Aberdeen recently bought the property saying it's just too dangerous, and they want everybody out the mayor is allowing those who are actively seeking help to stay for the time being until they can get on their feet people like Christina Gilchrist, and Johnny gut 'gelato who spoke with komo's Keith Eldridge. Has you're doing some kind of services to show that you're bettering. Your your your situation is they're going to be a time when you're going to be able to to move out. Oh, yeah. I'm sure. For those who are not seeking help and still stay the city of Aberdeen says they will be ticketed for trespassing. The first of the money Pearl Jam raised with the home shows concerts will be aimed squarely at getting and keeping young homeless people off the streets. Here's guitarist Mike mccready shows.
"mike mccready" Discussed on KOMO
"Clear skies and fifty six degrees. News time six oh. Six north west farmers are scrambling to make up losses incurred during a trade war that seeing their products burdened by tariffs lead, while among wheat, farmers tariffs or the least of their worries. Komo's Corwin Hake is live to tell us more about their more pressing concern north. Farmers have little to fear from tariffs. Even though much of their product is exported to Asia, Logan, Paget grows wheat on hundreds of acres in central Oregon term trade war, that's mainly with China. And he says Moore northwest wheat ends up in Japan and Korea were tariffs are not really an issue. Instead, wheat farmers are much more focused on the scourge of wildfires. Authorities say the region's vast fields fueled the blaze news coverage of last summer's wildfires seem to blame wheat farmers in part for spreading the fire Oregon governor Kate Brown, instead credited, those same farmers for helping stop the fires without the knowledge and expertise of the wheat farmers. We would not be where we are today and their knowledge in fighting this type of fire was instrumental to our ability to reach this point where we're at. And we'd farmers remain worried low prices they can deal with they say but fires will those are impossible to predict Corwin Hake. Komo news today crews will clean up a homeless camp where dogs have attacked two people. In the last five days, elitist attack was just Wednesday in sodo. This is near Snoqualmie in sixth avenue. Witnesses say a dog bit a man who was working on a truck right by one of the many RV's parked in the area. The dog's owner was ticketed, and because of the new attack the city says shit sped up plans to clear out that camp a homeless camp in an Aberdeen is slowly being closed. The city bought the property recently and put up a gate and no trespassing signs that camp has been there for at least a decade, but the city recently bought the property saying it's too dangerous. And then wants everybody out the mayor of Aberdeen is allowing those who are actively seeking help to stay until they can get on their feet people like Christina Gill, Kristen Johnny 'gelato who spoke with komo's Keith Eldridge. Has you're doing some kind of services to show that you're bettering. Your your situation is they're going to be a time when you're going to be able to to move out. Oh, yeah. I'm sure. For those who are not seeking help and still stay the city of Aberdeen says they will get trespassing tickets. The first of the money Pearl Jam raised with the home shows concerts will be squarely getting and keeping young homeless people off the streets. Here's guitarist Mike mccready,.
"mike mccready" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"So. I remember that soon the band decided to film that show at the more and they wanted some behind the scenes footage. My job was to set up a multi camera. Video sat in the catacombs under the stage picture in your mind. The Hello Cleveland scene from spinal tap. And that's what it looks like the producers wanted to near interview footage with Mike mccready and lane Staley together. So at the times a very big gig for me, and I was super nervous. I studied up on all the band's had all my notes written out an index cards. I showed up extra early. So I could set up all the cameras and the lights I tested out the microphones like ten times. And then I waited and I waited and then I waited some more finally Mike mccready came by and said that lane wasn't going to be able to make it. We did a quick interview on camera. But I don't think it ever was used in the final edit are rumblings backstage about lane and drug use. But he just kept my head down and try to do my job. I have a strong recollection of Staley finally showing up in August wearing a law. Long sleeved sweater and fingerless gloves. I was sweating bullets in this guy needs a sweater. I thought Alison chains had a number one album shortly after this date, and then lanes daily essentially became a recluse Don and our doing morning drive here in Seattle on April fifth two thousand two when lanes body was discovered. It seemed like at the time. It was the end of an era an era for me was summed up that night as backstage at the Moore theatre. It was a who's who of Seattle music royalty. I felt lucky to be a fly on the wall that night and lucky to be asked to be on the stage last night, something special happened in music here in the Pacific northwest in the nineties. I was glad I was here to experience it. Dan, Ronan said earlier, you did a great job up there with the correct? Naturally did a really great job. It was interesting to be in that theater. And that's one of those theaters you hope they never tear down, and maybe your connection to that particular theaters. The same connection that people have of the show box. I don't have a connection show box. I have a connection to the more. And then just being backstage seeing the old brick architecture walking through the green rooms and wondering what happened back in those places and be unsure not sit on the couch. I just think the flashback on that night. And everybody was there. Like crystal was there all we got from Soundgarden were there? I remember Mark Lanigan and being amazed at how tall he was like six foot seven or something. So it was it was a very interesting show. And then to think.
"mike mccready" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"To film that show at the more and they wanted some behind the scenes footage. My job was to set up a multi camera video set in the catacombs under the stage picture in your mind. The Hello Cleveland scene from spinal tap. And that's what it looks like the producers wanted to near interview footage with Mike mccready lanes Staley together. So at the time the very big gig for me, and I was super nervous. I studied up on all the band's had all my notes written out an index cards. I showed up extra early. So I could set up all the cameras and the lights I tested out the microphones like ten times. And then I waited and I waited and then I waited some more finally Mike mccready came by and said that lane wasn't going to be able to make it. We did a quick interview on camera. But I don't think it ever was used in the final edit I heard rumblings backstage about lane and drug use. But I just kept my head down and try to do my job. I do have a strong recollection of Staley finally showing up. In August, wearing a long sleeved sweater in fingerless gloves. I was sweating bullets in this guy needs a sweater. I thought Alison chains had a number one album shortly after this date, and then lanes daily essentially became a recluse Don and our doing morning drive here in Seattle on April fifth two thousand two when lanes body was discovered. It seemed like at the time. It was the end of an era an era for me that's was summed up that night as I was backstage at the Moore theatre. It was a who's who of Seattle music royalty. I felt lucky to be a fly on the wall that night and lucky to be asked to be on the stage last night, something special happened in music here in the Pacific northwest in the nineties. I was glad I was here to experience it. Ron said too early. You did a great job up there with the adult. Correct naturally. Did a really great. It was interesting to be in that theater. And that's one of those theaters you hope they never tear down, and maybe your connection to that particular theaters. The same connection that people have of the show box. I don't have a connection show box. I have a connection to the more. And then just being backstage seeing the old brick architecture walking through the green rooms and wondering what happened back in those places and be unsure not sit on the couch. Yeah. I I just think flashback on that night. And everybody was there. Like crystal was there guess from Soundgarden were there? I remember Mark Lanigan and being amazed at how tall he was. He's like six foot seven or something. So it was it was a very interesting show and then to think back on lane Staley, and how fragile he looked and of course, he sort of just disappeared from the scene pretty shortly after that those guys get together. Now, they just they have great appreciation for the fact.
"mike mccready" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Mike mccready the guitarist he suffers from Crohn's colitis, and he's been involved as have I with him for like the last three or four years. They play a flag football tournament all around the country, and the money goes to help without foundation. You know, research on crumbs colitis, which is difficult thing. And it was, you know, brave of him coming, you know something, you know, coming out and saying, I'm dealing with this thing and he thought he could use his voice to help others suffering the same thing, and it's more money. I don't know stone quite as well met boom and Ed once or twice. But yeah, Jeff's just my troops connection that we've been friends for quite a while. Did you ever meet Kurkova. No. I remember the day it happened. I was shooting a freelance story for, yes, I can't remember what the subject was, but those crazy. They're like hearing the news of that they, they were funny they were, you know, rival bands in the sense. They're were both trying to make it, but I think there's also a great appreciation for each one was doing and you know how the the, the remaining members of nirvana carried on. So there's some good music there. I've run into a couple guys in a different form, but it reminds me of a great each. Eddie Vedder said that one of their concerts because one direction had come down. I took my daughter that show they're younger than and Ed sick, his daughter, and there was some people like he got back last like, what are you doing to one direction concert? You know, like as though that's too soft, you know, why would he Iraq or be at that thing? And he had a concert soon after rumor, this thing was kind of floating around people talking about is like everybody should just kinda respect everybody else's music. They're all different form. Terms, they're all good in their own form. Like let it go. You don't have to just because you're four. This doesn't mean you have to be against that, hey, man, it was like really cool message. And then I saw him at the you wonder concert, which was in Seattle, like I think the next year year, tears lighter, maybe. But I remember somehow he knew I was a huge DV wonder fan. 'cause I think Jeff must've told him or something, but yeah, like like, you can celebrate. You don't have to be into all of them sports, right? Maybe I don't know hockey as well as an football, but I can appreciate hockey for those, especially who you know grew up with who has who have in their blood. It's kind of the same same argument. He said something once actually, you and I were at at the same show a saw you last year. I think it was last summer at Fenway park. We sell Pearl Jam, and it was just this amazing exchange exchanging energy was that those two summers, two summers ago, and there was just this amazing. Mazing exchange of energy with it. All there always is with them in their crab. But he said something that night that left an indelible Mark on me, and he was talking about how many, many, many, many years ago they played in a little club in Boston and at this Howard Johnson right across the street from Fenway park, and that they always dreamed of having a bridge that would lead to Fenway park any pointed at all of us all twenty five or thirty thousand or whatever Fenway park holds. And he said, you are breach this wonderful in this wonderful message, and I will never forget that. Yeah, they all know. I mean, I have a friend who said when Pearl Jam was first starting out third on the ticket, red hot chili peppers, and think of the other band here. As I tell the story, I can't remember what was. But it was just funny kind of dominated the night. But here they were just being the, the warm back, red hot chili peppers, and, and this other bands whose name I still don't have, it's like a waste or some-. Somebody, no, smashing pumpkins pumpkins. There you go. Yeah, but funniest part of the story was he said, the show's over it was held at a small hall somewhere, whatever, you know, thousand people..
"mike mccready" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Good okay montagnier come on mom andrea who works just down the way into your fox fox her dad was the drummer in james gang shut shut another even just told me yesterday go ask her eight million questions saying that he heard us in what's like and she told me about it everybody's slow this sound down i got some james gang records at home i know so mind if maybe he signed to get this thing starring lives in cleveland he heard us talking about him no no no he heard our ban fox's and told andrea said hey you're in san francisco have you heard of this band i was like what your dad is not the drummer from james he's one of the great rock it is so good okay now i see what we're doing connection that's a great vantage james go james gang joe lost the james gang walkaway is my selection back to what you're saying shannon that's insane talk about six degrees of joe walsh yeah james gang just just maybe one degree of greatness when fish covers that tune it's a throwdown walkaway yeah did it in san francisco last year and it was a people maybe don't know that's fine i'm not here to whatever i'm not going to you know i'm just saying i think maybe people don't realize how great of a musician joe walsh is i'm not kidding he does not get enough love the guy's phenomenal i anyway pete townsend once said they they asked it pete townsend who's your favorite guitar player and he goes joe walsh straight up well joe walsh anyway let's move on modern day rod brooks came by yesterday and we were talking to how you know we're we're going to see pearl jam paul mac you're joining us in seattle and rod brook said oh i'm so excited to see one of the greatest guitarist of all time mike mccready mccreadie doesn't get enough love always seems to happen like after the guys era is done right then you're allowed to talk about gr i don't know but i agree they're phenomenal jam as as a unit gets enough love me on tony i think i will never be able to top my moment where i put quiet riot party all night as i still think that's it peak yeah like every great band has a peak wine has a peak is a peak here till i think it's all downhill from there potty incredible i couldn't get enough of party all night but quite right hey all your selections just say so it all has to answer to kevin dubrow rest in peace choir party all night yes shannon if you're not familiar get familiar okay you get only make you better as a person musician yes tank.
"mike mccready" Discussed on Indie Travel Podcast
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"mike mccready" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Song is just super hot that there's something about this oh good hey come to the studio that day so he could meet roy hamilton was a big singer at the time roy had been an idol of his and they had been working on a new album there spent a couple of hours watching hamilton and then recorded a number of his own gospel inflected numbers and it ended with presley singing this song this way this is the song that he sang at the end of that session so that's part of what you're going to see i will watch this three hour two part film premieres on the fourteenth of april at eight on hbo concentrating on his artistry touching on how music to find his life seeing country and blues songs and the final recordings as well that he made the jungle ruin before he's dead elvis the searcher and that's the original soundtrack we'll come out today be available as both a standard eighteen track single disc soundtrack at three cd box set as well vinyl releases eighteen songs the triple disc addition as thirty seven recordings comprising more elvis cuts along with pearl jam guitarist mike mccready score for the film tom petty and the heartbreakers cover wooden heart and some of the in country that inspired presley as so at something to take in two thousand nine after the hour up spider speech flow here with a word that's just weird terry cloth who is terry and why does he get his own fabric did he journey below spn fifty fight awesome we than his daffodils.