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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

08:15 min | 7 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Worked because everyone's like, should he get out of the bathroom? They just would break it. Just I ran on stage for the starland vocal band, naked. Streaker? I was like, I was 9, but I still felt that when I said when skyrockets and flight came on, I had to I didn't understand the meaning but I knew it meant get me again. But I will say like at least 600 baby. So I will probably apologize. But this was just recording from college and I was operating. On a morning show, it was my first job and broadcast I rolled the teleprompter. This is my so this is where I was in life. I had a degree and I was making 9 bucks an hour. So that's my excuse. I had room. Nancy was still because we should about that. I can not. I had Rupert Holmes. My boobs in the second verse of Margaret of pina colada song. So I know what you're feeling. Oh my God, you guys. No, I didn't. You put out afterwards too. No. You know, at least you weren't just sitting there like looking at your phones during the show. Or like looking at the show as if it were a television show. That's so cool. A screen up there somewhere, you know? Like when you looked at you see people that just do you ever a lot of people want to want to record the show while the show is happening so they can see it while it's happening through their I actually just can't. I was like, hey, here's a tip, put your phone down and enjoy the concert. Yeah, because I was cool. I won't get videos from people. You know? It's like you could just enjoy it. Yeah, I'm like, it doesn't even look like it just when you be there. Or close to the front row. It's like, so everybody behind you has to look at your phone? It's a little bit like that. The phone is like the cigarette lighter. I know. When they show that up, I'm just it's a phone, put it in your pocket. Remember it with your mind, you know? I remember imprinted. Stupidly interrupting you. You are your phone. Yeah, no, I was full blown. When you had your phone, you missed her do the power kick. Because you were doing the power. With them. I'm gonna get this power kick because I was so excited and then I kicked and all so you mentioned you're in a new band. I have a new band. And you have, do you have a record dropping or has it dropped? There are record has dropped. Tell me. Last year actually called first things first. The bear name, the bear name is road case royal. With an E. Are you touring with it? We toured last year with opening for Bob Seger. As I mentioned, and he was such a good we're doing some shows around town. We'll be at the canyon club. This early December we're free. You're on the list. We'll be high 5 in there. We will. And any plans for heart tutoring? Well, there's a big old offer upon the table from live nation right now. Oh, really? We're talking. We're trying to pound out the details. So next summer next summer. It looks really promising. Will it just be y'all just heart? It would be hard. Me and my sister and whichever whoever is in that bed, we're trying to figure out right now. We are. Good. A 100%. We probably start in the spring, late spring and go in. Will it be summer? Probably like 50 dates. Oh my God. U.S.? U.S.. Okay. I'd like to do that too. So we haven't done that for ages. Before, before we if you ever have like a comedian opener. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Carrot Top is a pretty jam just. Crops. He's jacked. I know he starts he sings their songs in the middle. His name is Scott, by the way. I know. I met him too. Hey, I'm Scott. I was like, no, you're not your hair top. She's that redhead from Vegas. Yes, yes. Exactly. You can see him in the every elevator you ever see. I know. It's so funny. Oh, I got off the stage. At the mirage, and I sat down on the side of the stage, I just finished my I was open for Nick Swartz and I'm sitting there. I just lean up next to me and he's like, hey, I'm Scott. And I'm like, okay, Carrot Top. All right. You're not Scott. It's not your Christian name. No, I was out with a friend, his mom died, and he was like, oh, I just want to go out and so we went to ago on that restaurant. And we're there. And he is mid cry. He's very close to his mom. He's the only child and Carrot Top walks in. And he's like, and it's like, and I just basically took this day couldn't get me. No, and he said, no, he walks in behind my friend. And he's like, I remember he was saying like, and the worst part of it all is I never got to. And he's like, Danny, I'm talking to you, and I said, I know you're bearing your heart right now. But Carrot Top is right behind you. And then and then he turned around and he goes, that's about the only acceptable excuse you could get because I think if you told me you had cancer right now and a Carrot Top was behind you, I would stop listening and look at it. Just be like, okay. Okay, I'm gonna ask this because I feel like I feel like I feel like we have similar tastes of music. What are the bands I should? Thank you. Well, because Nancy Wilson yes, I do. I feel like we like a lot of the same stuff. You guys are what do you have? Oh, we're both blond. Big deal. Yeah. And we both do power kicks. Yeah, yeah. Simultaneously. We like dogs. Not an attractive side of Jenny. I mean honestly, this is why it's always better. Oh, that's better. Oh, she's yeah. Can you just show me your boobs? What are the bands I should be listening to now? Nowadays? Yes. That you. What are the bands that make you I really am into right now I'm really into the Jim James. I don't know that. Stuff, he was the singer from my morning jacket. Oh, really? Yeah. I know them. And one of the women came across Cameron Crowe's films called Elizabethtown, featured a lot of those guys from the band. In the movie. But great guys, they're all from Kentucky. But Jim James has a bunch of soul stuff right now. My morning jacket albums are amazing. Yeah. They're always a great live band, and I saw him many times put Jim James's soul stuff. He's does a lot of stuff with Eric about you. Oh really? I love her. So Texas gal. Shrimp did I'm into and I really liked war on drugs. The band called the war on drill. The war on drugs. He's a fan of that actually. So if I'm gonna think about war on drug job, which I'll do right after we I mean, download. Which one should I get? Well, I have them on my Pandora, so I'll be sure. I'm gonna look for there by the top. But they've just got some amazingly cool songs. Really sort of atmospheric. Oh really? Melodic. Oh cool. I lonesome, canister. Oh, I love it. Yeah. Who would you say? Do you have a favorite band besides heart? A favorite band? Yeah, do you have a favorite musician? Do you have like a favorite? Is there someone that's like, you're like, do you like who I emulate? Yeah. Well, it's guys, mainly. Yeah. It's, you know, Jimmy Page. Of course. You stare at it. I'm rock and roll. Ann's version of rock and roll. Yes. Are you guys? Really fun. And Jimmy Page and Robert Plant and Paul Simon. Yeah. Neil Young. Really how is the greatest? Some.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

07:06 min | 7 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"These things. Now, would you say would you say that you and Ann like the sense of humor was like for personality are y'all real similar or is it like sometimes the opposites get along better? Well, if you were exactly the same. I'm so different from an which I love about a relationship. Which is probably why it works if you work in a lot of ways. And Lynn, my oldest sister is so much more like me and her mom. And it's more like our dad. So the weird brunettes in the family. You know, yeah. The brown sheeps. Yeah. Exactly. So I was the only blond one in my family and they were at the rest of my mom dad's sister. Do you find as the younger sibling, if y'all had any tension, do you find that you would smooth it over before would you bow down first before her? Yeah. Like stubborn wise, would you just go like it's not worth it? Okay, you won. Yeah, I'm always like the peacemaker. That's right. I was feeling and think if there's 10% so interested in drama anyway, so it's not worth it to get through this whole thing of some dramatic moment. Like being right isn't really that big. It's not a big deal. Yeah, exactly. Because it'll sort of wind itself out anyway when you are right later. They'll figure it out later. Did you get to walk away like the bigger person too? Right. Okay. Have you written a song? It's another thing that you so much in common. You guys are really kicking it right here. I felt like we were bonding earlier on. Write a song. Yeah. That's a good. Did you ever did you ever write a song that you liked? You go away, you write a song and you present it to Anne and Anne's like, did you ever have one of those? Because those are I mean, I know why I've had those. I've had those in my writing when I've partnered with somebody where it's like how can you not like this? This is genius. And so yes. And were you proving to have one thing about Anne being the kind of you have to have that style ego I think to be that kind of front woman like that? Front person singer like that. So you have to have balls. You have to have all this confidence and when I would just kind of tiptoe around and go, hey, what about this song or something? She'd be kind of like, eh, you know, because it would maybe be me singing it and it wouldn't be her necessarily singing it. So I sort of got relegated in a lot of cases because I wasn't always the most confident lead singer in the world. And she was. Yeah. So, you know, that's but you can really. It's a lot to live up to in the same bandwidth. And I love singing. I know. And you're really good at, you should stick with it. Yeah. Yeah, maybe it's a thing. Maybe this music thing might panic. I mean, you know, I keep your secretarial skills, but I think that this other stuff is really gonna pan out for you. You mean like not try to get the day job? Yeah. Well, don't burn any bridges, keep sending out resumes. You can always seriously fall back. I never had a real. I mean, music is a real job. But you've never had a real job. It's a hard job. For sure. But I never had a per se, a real job. That's so much. But no restaurant. You know it's a real job. It is where it's a real job and you know huge job. I know, but when there's people that come to see your show and where we were afterwards, and the people that'll just like, they don't get like, I just got done with a full day's worth of work. Nobody gets that. You were actually working just now. This work. That's work. People don't understand. People don't get it a lot of times, like you'll be playing on the stage, and somebody's like, oh, oh, like in the front, just trying to get you to sign something, you know? Like all your work. Right then. Yeah. Okay. Okay, so right now. Okay, so I've been admit I did something to you. Jesus. This is not gonna be good. I have a feeling. It's terrible. But so y'all are playing it. It was the arena theater in Houston, my sister and I went and it was a great venue to go see a show because it's not huge. The stage just so slowly turns. Yes. Oh, God, yeah. Yeah. Oh God. So lazy Susan showed. It's the lazy Susan show. 100%. And my sister Neil restaurant. Space needle. Sorry. Front row. Let me see what song was it that you started playing? Right, we get to the front and east. This was exactly what happened. You start playing guitar and then I'll tell you the song. And it's just like we're in the front row and you come up and you were like, you know, in front of everyone in the front like leaned down with guitar and she's playing this in right in front of me and my sister's right to my left and this is what my dumb ass did. You're playing a solo. No one else is playing. I held my hand up. For a high 5. Wait, while she's in the middle of a solo. You're a fucking high 5 while someone was playing a guitar solo. You and my sister's looking at me. So I was just like, oh my God, she's right here in front of us. And I just put my hand up and my sister goes, holy shit. What are you doing? And I'm like, you actually, this is what you pick, you had like another pick. You threw you high 5 make another pick and play. And then I hear quite some time. I'm like, oh my God. I just wrote your entire guitar solos. You high 5. My sister has a picture of it, where I turn around, I'm like, I'm just kidding. A thumbs up, you're kind of slowly backing away. We got in the car to leave my sister's like, you were the stupidest fucking idiot. You could have been trained on freedom. You disrupted Nancy Wilson. I was like, I can't believe she high 5 me, so. How old are you at this point? That's a cool moment, though. Oh shit. I don't know. I was probably like 20. 24? Yeah. I wanted you to be 14. This is crazy. Not to let my sister. How are we Friends? I'm embarrassed. Or something like that. And 24 25, and I just turned around and I was like, the whole time I was so excited. Nancy Wilson. High 5 me. I mean, I couldn't wait. I tell my parents, I was like, don't you remember when I would get mom's broom and I would practice those power kicks? And then he's like, I remember you locked the door and the sliding door to the bathroom no longer.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

06:47 min | 7 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"He's got to be in his 70s, you would think at this point? Yeah, he was little Stevie Wonder when he first I know. He was a kid. He was a kid. His first hits. Yeah, but those were. So I'm thinking, well, we could Google it because I want to see me wonder now. Forever young, you know, of course. And did sort of like a medley from songs in the key of life. That was just honoring him. 68. It was almost 69, which would be nice. But honestly, when she said, we're going to heart because you were so kind to get us tickets for that for your show. And we couldn't have been geeking out more at least for the show with your Friends. We were like, we were that place outside where everybody was crowded out. Yes, yeah. So awkward and everyone just standing and we didn't know what to do. That we saw a lot of people coming up to you. We always tell this story, but we invited us to the show, and we see a lot of people coming up to you and we were so and it was like, they all had personal stories and we're trying to approach and it was like, I'm like, what do I say? Hi, I'm Danny from Twitter. It was just like I could not do it. I know we were like standing there. Your wife actually just walked away from her. She was just like, what did we say to him? We don't want to be like, honestly, if you had seen us even for two minutes, you'd never be on this couch right now. Dan, Danny from Twitter. Hi, I'm on. And I was like, oh, I guess she likes my dog. Like, I still had time. I had my boss. I was like, fuck. That would have helped me. This is my old basket. You wouldn't even believe how appropriate you guys were compared to a lot of people that are just like. Glom on you. I think part of it is like even a Jenny and my level there's certain people will sometimes have people come up to us who are just like, way too familiar. And we are face invaders. We are not celebrities. We are not in any way that way. But like, I think we're really going to yeah, thank you for saying that. It's fishing for that. Is this supposed to be so cool for you to be talking to me? I mean, I can't even imagine. I'm a little bit jealous of you that you have me to talk to. If I'm being honest in this moment. I figured I was like, I'll let you sit on the couch with her. Thank you. Because it means more to you than it does. Well this way and bigger than you are about. I'm gonna ask you a question. You don't have to answer it. Is there a question? No to be terrifying. No. But okay. So famously, a lot of people in vans for as long as you've been in bands, including brother acts. I'm thinking of the kinks thing of oasis. I'm thinking you know what I'm saying? Did you know it's clear water revived? It's clear what is my favorite part? For sure, but what was it? How have you managed such that to work all these years with a sister and you're both stars and it's funny because like one of the first questions most people was will ask. It would be like, do you guys fight? What's the age difference between now? Four years. Four years, okay. So I'm the young youngest of three sisters. Oh, so you're the baby. And the baby in. So we're both younger sisters. You're not. No. I'm older. And I have two younger sisters. We're all two years apart. So you high 5 me. Yeah. Wow, you're. By the way, I really like that ring too. That's kind of fun. Okay. Made by the makers that did Keith Richards sculling. Oh. Courts in hacking, baby. My God, it's so good. Have you ever had anyone ring? That is really good. You guys are gonna get a shot of that. Do not mess with somebody's wearing a ring like this. Yeah. You don't miss like brass knuckle style. Yeah, yeah. So how did you know? How do you how do we manage to get along? Yes. Well, pretty swimmingly, I got to say, I mean, we've always been close and Friends, and we had an unusual tight relationship, I think, since we were military brats for one, and moving around all the time. With each other's getting it on each other in the small family unit. You know, we called one of our albums, brigade, and you know, all that kind of stuff. Yeah. And that was our ethic, what moving into and through the career of it together because and also sense of humor because that makes a big difference. She is Anne is one of the most hysterical people you'll meet. And sometimes she doesn't even know it, you know? She just has this take on the world that's completely her own. Wow. Well, some of the funniest people usually are just it's just how they are. Something they just did. The way that she was out of the box. All right, Nancy, I'm going to have to take a quick break because you're really going to want to hear this. Bet online, one of our amazing sponsors. Been online as an insane offer that we are going to make for you Nancy Wilson and also doing a nation. Doing it nation. We are back and better than ever a new web interface for the start of the basketball season and more props, odds and lines than ever before. Bet online remains your number one spot for all basketball and football action this season just head to our new updated desktop or mobile website to sign up today and receive your 50% off. Welcome bonus on your first deposit. Just use our promo code, CL NS 5 zero that is CL and S 50 to receive your one of a kind bonus from basketball football baseball postseason NHL boxing and UFC right to your favorite Vegas casino games. Don't wait to take advantage of all the amazing offers available for the 2021 season. Bet online is the fastest and easiest way to bet all your favorite sports. Bet online were the games starts. In your other sisters, she's the oldest, she's lyn. And how much older is she? She's 8 years older than me. All four years apart. And total military family, they planned that out. They did. They planned. Two months apart. Military precision. Like that was in the military. My dad was an air force captain. Yeah, my dad, and his father retired as a Brigadier general in the marines and my dad retired when, as a major in the Marine Corps. That's very cool. And then because of Vietnam, he wouldn't recruit anymore because he thought it was a dirty war, which it was. It was amazing. He just retired as a major in the marines. Very proud. Very proud of.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

08:12 min | 7 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"You always run in. That's my favorite song about a rat. And that is about Iraq. The better at. Yeah, see, that's not urban legend. It's a love song to a rat. Yeah. Well, speaking of these dreams, okay, so these dreams, you lead. You're the least. Now, let me ask you this because I remember seeing this. What I was in college, I used to watch VH1 pop up video. Yeah. Did you sing that because Anne was sick or did you just sing it because you wanted to? Oh, well, that was a song. After listening to a whole bunch of demos one day with us studio guy a producer guy to choose which songs we would record by outside writers like everyone had to do. Sure. For a while there in 80s and he's like, this is the last one, but it's interesting song. Words by Bernie Taupin. Really? These dreams like Martin page. Oh wow. I did not know. But it's not obviously not a heart sucking. I heard, yeah, the demo. Was it evident from the demo that it was a special song? Yes. I mean, I just fell for it, like, oh, just like on the video. I feel so hard for that song. And I said, I know that I could sing the song. And, you know, so they're like, no, because Anne's the lead singer and it's confusing to the fans if you look like you're the lead singer all of a sudden. So when we made the video for the song we ever heard of Fleetwood Mac. Yeah. It sounds like a network note that I get for sitcoms. But it really does. But in the video they kind of cheated so that looks kind of like singing it too, and I'm singing it too. I remember that. In fact the reason. In fact, you did that song at the Hollywood Bowl. And I was surprised because and my notion of that song was that because I know you were singing it together. But I had always just assumed here in the sisters. They're putting you up there and they had you both. You know, you're both looking sexy up there and you're doing the whole thing. So I thought that no, we were like, Danny, chill out. But that was what those 80s were. And I have a real affinity. Maybe because I straddled it a little. I mean, I came of age in the 80s, but I was a child in the 70s. But those bands that the ones that made it from 70s into 80s and videos so like I'm thinking about people, everyone from David Bowie to Aerosmith to there were all of these Dire Straits. You know, it was like they're all these bands that genesis into. But that's like reminded me a little bit of like the silent film stars who had can you make it in the talkies? That's right. Do you feel that way when videos started come on? Do they use self conscious? Well, we felt a lot of pressure. Sure. To be to be presented sexy and all the things, you know, the fashion show and the big hair and the big. But did you feel like it was a little like choreographed for y'all before you even got? It was because we were so from the 70s and we were. But all that sort of nature girls. I know. We felt a little bit stuffed into an unfamiliar territory for us. Like when MTV was like 84. No, MTV was 82. Was it 82 that was at 8 82 is when the videos. Yeah, I think we're innovating one, but it was all those kind of video videos before they turned into many films. Yes, yeah. But it was like it was like there was a lot of spandau LA I remember. There was a lot of, I mean, they opened with the buggles. They opened the video till the radio stars. Video. Thank you the radio star. I see a video killing the radio story with it. Like, oh my God, like the aha. You know, oh my God, there was those ones that were. There's a karaoke moment, but ABC had that. Do you remember ABC? Have you seen that poison arrow? All of those Thompson twins and it was like, so there's that whole thing that was called me now. Right around my car, all I listened to were like, 80s, 90s, lithium, backspin. I don't know anything new. Honest to God, I don't think I've ever heard of Taylor Swift song about the cure. I was just listening to never enough on my way in. I just voted for them for The Rock and roll. They so we deserve does Robert Smith still is he still rocking the hair? Not quite as extreme maybe, but it looks like him. In concert though, the cure. So good. But he didn't do much. There's a Friday I mean. Robert Downey stood there on stage. He just stood he just stood there. He didn't have like that, like I've ever seen. Y'all. It was hard and Def Leppard. Oh, yeah. And my sister and I would go like anytime that y'all would come through Houston when I was 11 in Houston. We were always. I mean, we would just that was like our thing. You still have a Houston plate on your car. Oh, I have my Houston Texans foot. Yeah. It's a California thing, but it's a technique. But we would go and I remember like, it definitely leopard. I just remember like, that was my go to song like a boy over. I'm like, oh, really love bites. Oh really? Hey. You wanna watch the crow? Like that was where my moves. I was like, we had making the moves. Every girl girls do that too if you like them, yeah, watch them, you know, like, oh, I would always wear the crow. I don't know why I thought that was my go to the crow to watch. Because he was like rainy and dark. Yeah. I was more angel heart, but going. That's stupid that love bites song. Like everybody has the wind beneath my wings. I love bites on this. Oh yeah. Yeah, that's right. And I remember going in when I was a lead singer saying flippers. Oh. Oh God. I know him too. He had like rhinestones on his converse. Like he came out. But he's the coolest guy there too. And he sounded great. I can't think of it. Just JoJo. Joe Elliot, thank you. I feel like he sounded great. They were one armed by that time. Yeah, the one armed drummer. I was into him Mac when he had two arms. But I had to say like, you know, we were just like sitting there waiting for y'all to come on because by the way, you all sound fantastic. Fantastic. Hold on. Y'all honest to God sound so good. And Amy and I was just reached sit around and the moment Anne would hit like seeing alone or something. Oh my God, when she sings that, it's like everyone is just like this silence comes over. Touchdown. I want to actually talk about this. There's like people from that era who you'll see who and who for what for like their normal people. And when you're normal, certain things degrade, including The Voice. Can often degrade. And you'll see it. I mean, you know, God, he's a fucking genius. He's my favorite. Like, I love him. Elton John. John, John. But, you know, he has to sing everything. He's tuned down most of the songs like at least by a third. Well, he doesn't reach for a lot of the higher. Yeah, yeah, you know, it's that we're there first. And there's other people, but there's two acts that I've ever seen that have a revival. You guys, but first one was because the two people of Thai and Julie from Modern Family were hosting the billboard awards. And Julie Bowen, by the way, was sitting in front of us when we saw. That's right. Concert and Julie boat. She was like, hi. I know. Oh my God. But so I was doing that. And we had a 7 a.m. rehearsal, so there's somebody who had to come out at 7 a.m. and it was Stevie Wonder and Stevie Wonder who is I didn't even know if it was 7 days. But so dark. That's dark. But how old would you say.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

06:21 min | 7 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Something. Yeah. That was like Bernie top and was like, well, I was riding, you know, and then we said Spain, because that rhyme with plain, and nothing had anything to do that was like nothing about Daniel was true. Oh my God. And I was like, so disappointed. I died in a plane crash. I thought he goes, oh no, we said Spain because it totally Rhett because that song has been sung to me. That in odan, if you're Danny, you get that song. Danny boy and Daniel my brother. You hear a lot. Yes. Wow. So you hear that so that must have been. So it was yeah. Those were some of the moments that you can not, even. I mean, it's a snapshot in your DNA forever. How could it not be? What was like the first like do you remember like the first incredible, like you've put out what album was magic man on? What was that? The first album. Just go to Annie. Oh, yeah. That's right. And what else was on that? Oh, there was a bunch of stuff. There were songs like soul of the sea. Yeah, I know that. Yeah. The song dreamboat Annie was. And then there was some really cool ballads on there. And then there was heartless. Oh, yeah. It's kind of like, wow, reaching back through the veils of time. No, I know it's a little bit. You have such a big catalyst. I mean, what were those? When I'm clean. Yeah, yeah. That was a good album. Holy shit. That album, that album is just. I had to cassette and broke it and had to get another one. Oh man. Oh no. Do you remember Columbus it's spool it back in with a try too, but I really did a number of derma Colombia House records. So I signed with them. Yeah. So that was my very first like where you get like ten albums for a penny and then like you never pay and then they come after you and you merge your credit. So I did this. That's really screw up in college. It totally did. But that album was that album was I'll tell you the albums on that list. It was that. It was this is such a little team. It was aquiline. Oh, I got so into that element. I was so into that album. It was, yeah, I think it might have been. It was hotel, California. Oh God. That was a good one. Failure. And then it was it was the doobie brothers record with China grove on it. Oh God. Yeah, because these are all songs we did, but so you go to your first, what's the first what's the first holy shit where it doesn't have to be a stadium, but it's like there's 5000 people here. Like, yeah. We were just like, the number one cabaret band around Vancouver. That's really called the bars or I wouldn't call y'all. It's worth it. Well, you know, I think it's hard that Midler. The gay bathhouse. But so we were playing at this little dive, dinner bar kind of place where they had all these terrible rules. That should be wearing matching outfits, and you should not be chewing gum, and there's no cursing from the stage and eat me. Yeah, exactly. And so you know, Anne was we were just all really over it, you know, with these people at this place. And all the people were sitting and eating their dinners and so they weren't listening as much as a real rock crowd would actually be listening when you hear like a knife and fork. Yeah. And so and sort of put it out there like one night. She goes, well, how's your dinner? Out there like everybody. And she's like, 'cause we tried to have some earlier tastes like lysol to us. Oh my God. And so immediately we were fired. Really? Then you didn't love that. They're cleaning out the dressing room. This is an early Yelp review. Right. So we went back to the backstage during the break and got our things together, sets of stuff on fire, you know? Really? Before it was Axl Rose. I think we had learned from some cognac and we lit it up and good for you. Burns of paper. Hey kids, there's a lesson. Burning shit, I love it. Just because you're a little cool. So then you get to your first drivers. The same night we get a call from Rod Stewart, to go open in Montreal for about Stuart. Oh my God. Okay. We can do that. You move some things around to make that happen. Let me check my calendar. Let's see you opening for Russ Stewart. Yeah. The great big rod we're going to be able to what was that light? So we got there. We went across Canada on the train. We know what the star card. Yeah, yeah, I don't know what really beautiful. And got to Montreal, got to the gig and got up on stage and started playing before road steward. And everyone lit their matches in their whole place, because they had further magic men and they'd heard the beginnings of our new music. So and they're singing back your music. They knew it. They knew crazy was that when you heard people like the whole crowd singing. Yeah, so it's like, you know, it's a church kind of an experience. Oh, yeah. It's rock and roll church going. Kind of stuff. Yeah. I mean, I feel like when I would sing magic manic karaoke. I felt the same from the crowd. I was like, I could hear his plates and I said, I was like, I don't think y'all are getting it. You're going to. One day. But no. No, I usually was asked to leave. We tried to do some karaoke for a while and tried to do alone on a karaoke machine and she wouldn't even try to do it. And on this karaoke, but it's not. That used to score you during the song. How did you get 100 to beat her little to say wait a second?.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

08:11 min | 7 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Very distinct. It's so masculine. Yeah. My new band road case royal, we opened for Bob Seger last year. How was that? For quite a few shows. Wow. It was so cool. It was like the best matchup of any bands because in my new band live warfield is the singer who opened for us at the Hollywood Bowl. Yeah. The night you did the parking. Thank you for remembering. We did it together and that you did the power of the other. We'd say we did it together. Yeah. The night that we did a power economy. Jenny is going to be insufferable. So yeah, you know, it's gonna be nuts. This is going to move and with her from here. Yeah, yeah. When I do stand up, that's how I'm gonna be introduced. I would not be on. You did a power kick with fancy words. We're gonna be blocked on social media, but go on. Yeah, so when I joined, I moved up to Vancouver basically and, you know, learned how to be in a loud rock band and not just an acoustic band. Yeah. And it was a price of an education for sure. I mean, it was how old are you? Hit the ground running. Like for you. When 19 when I was you started with harder when a Cal were you and heart originally formed? Well, they formed before me and Anne were ever in it. Oh, white heart from Seattle. Oh, really? Some of the original guys. You know, we're in. But when Anne came along, it completely flipped the whole planet around. You know, it became hard and it was Anne's band. Yeah. Then I joined a little bit later in probably 70 four. And I'll go back in the year of our lord. 1974. I remember 74. 1974. I'm happy to have someone older on the couch than I am at the podcast. But. I was ten. Wow. So there you go. There you go. There you go. So, you know, I just learned by trial by fire and learned how to try to distinguish singing my singing voice on a loud. Really, really loud stage with just wedges and no inner monitors those days. So the guys in the band were like, are you kidding? You're going to bring your sister. You know, they really didn't. Like the idea at all. And was that more motivating to you? Or were you like, thanks? I'm from a Marine Corps background. So I didn't care what they thought. I just do it. Aspect of it, it's no secret that you are an attractive person. And when you got into the just being because you're an amazing guitar player. Just are. And I talked to guitar players all the time and I do. I do. I love musicians and I really talk back to you. They do. They say, why won't this guy get why is this guy cock walking me? I want to talk to him. But no, you're just really known for that. Did you find did you have that to overcome or was it helpful that your sister was in the band and was so killer that they accepted you as a good guitar? I think it took the band a while to kind of accept me into it. And I had to be a real show off, you know, in order to. Now did your sister like take up for you? She protected me. She older sister older sister stuff. Yeah. And you know, while it was kind of getting my sea legs and trying to learn how to be cool on stage and not just look at my feet the whole time, right? You know? Just look at the exit, you know, just look at the exit. Oh, the first two times I did stand up, I had another comedian come up to me and I was like, hey, it was a great set. You know, if you look up. Yes. Exactly. Like, look up and sort of looking at your feet. It'll have more of a like, oh yeah, so they didn't like it when I walked up and just stared at my feet and told jokes. Exactly. No, it's true, until you see your skill. It is I mean, some people like us are natural. To kind of lift your face to the light. I think yeah, look, basically, stare into the light. Basically, you're like staring into the abyss because you can't really see anything, but in front of you. Kind of the shadows. Yeah. Figures in shadow. I hope they're enjoying it. Yeah. Well, you know, you can always get a read when you can hear and feel what they're feeling or laughing. Or listening, but, you know, I was I was scared to ever look directly at people because if they just slightly kind of yawn for a second, you're like, oh yeah. You know, they hate it. What am I doing? I'm not worthy. Exactly. So the exit sign. Did heart without the Nancy less heart ever had did they have did they charge at all? Did heart chart without. Though there were no. First album was made with me in the band. Oh, that's great. Yeah. What was when did you know, like this is not a hobby? Like when did you know I don't have to rely on that degree? I just got. You know what I mean? Or things like that. What was the moment? I knew that we were good. That's good. And the era that we just come through like the late 60s and the 70s that kind of music was very enlightened of songs and opuses and all kinds of stuff. Yeah, what's going on then? And we had it in our minds. We had it like we were aimed like pistols to be good and to do it well. Yeah. To be accomplished and to be different, just by nature of the fact there was two of us two girls. Fronting a rockman. Yeah. Didn't really happen. No. Rarely happens now. So we were just dogged and we just decided we were just going to take it take it and run with it. What was the and it worked? What was the first time? I always think about that. Do you ever see that movie that thing you do? Yes. So there's that scene and it's my you know exactly the scene I'm talking about. It's the most joyful scene and it's like put you in that, but it's a moment where that band hears their song on the radio. Yeah. What was that moment for you? What was that? Do you remember where you were? Tell me about that. Well, I was in the car with Anne. I'm so excited. In Vancouver, BC, and we were just leaving the grocery store with the week's worth of groceries for the round house that the whole band all lived in. And you know, we all worked there and played there. Wow. Lived there. You know, my bed was the bag of water on a cement floor in the basement. But your favorite dudes, you know? Like a 60 pound sack of brown rice and that's about it. So we were in the car coming back from the grocery store, and we heard the magic Manson. Oh, yeah. And we're like, no. You know. And we were like, pull over, pull over, pull over. And that we had to stop and just scream. And also magic man was the first big. This is a big one. That's the first big moment. Is it true that that was about Charlie Manson? No. So you absolutely unsure? Because you've obviously, if I've heard the rumor for so many that's like a weird urban myth is no, but it's a little bit like the one that always drove me crazy and it's obviously such a different song. But that puff the magic dragon was about smoking weed. And it's like, listen to the song. It's the giving tree. It's like, it's about, but I was like, but I know. I was like, I remember truly, I think I was like in, I must have been in 6 or 7th grade in my first band called gas. The cast is a great name to a great twos. It doesn't even matter. It doesn't matter to us. Whatever. We might have done a Paradise by the dashboard later. It doesn't even matter. But I remember somebody telling me that that song was you know, it's like the it's like in the air and I just about Phil's Collins watching somebody. It's like those things become legendary. Well, I just heard something about Elton John. Yeah. Daniel, like I'd always thought that he had like a little brother that died or.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

07:29 min | 7 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Every week we say it's a revolution of podcasts. Really cute. Yeah, it's a revolution. Everyone wants to hear what they sing. They sing it. It's an earworm. The great Eli Braden. And often, we've talked about this, but often we'll say it's a revolution in podcasts. Yeah, we do. But sometimes it hasn't been. I don't want to point out any particular guess. They know who they are. But they have not been revolutionary. No, they haven't. They've showed up. They've showed up. I felt like I carried it. And I felt like I carried you frankly a little bit. I think I've been hearing you for a while. You have. Yeah. And that's a lot more work because I have thanks for wearing the sport. Wearing a sport coat, you'll be able to see. They'll be pictures taken. And I'm wearing a sport coat because one of Jenny and my heroes is on the podcast. If we never did another episode and as you know, that's highly likely. Yeah. Every episode is highly likely. But this one, there's no way. This is gonna blow. We are so, do you hear nervousness in our voice? You know, they tell you never meet your heroes. You're not supposed to, but we just said. We took a great risk and I mean, it didn't work out when we met tread Nelson. He did let us down. He was not the hero. We thought he'd be. It was very disappointing. But this particular person who was sitting on the couch is truly when I was in bands, we played all of her songs, her and her sister and her band's songs. The band is hard and our guest is the legendary and amazing and kind. Nancy Wilson. Oh, my God, oh my God, oh my God. Oh my God. Here's 20 bucks. Yeah, thank you. I could use it. You and I can both talk openly about how much we love. And we came and saw you in concert. Yes. At the Hollywood Bowl Hollywood Bowl. I have a picture. We have some video of Jenny. We have what might be the one of the most ridiculous videos. The guy if we could put this at the end, I have it on my phone. I was so excited and you and your wife were like behind me at the Hollywood Bowl. And the moment I hear, okay, I know right when crazy I'm just gonna start. I know it. I've seen all the concert million times. And I'm like, the power kick. It's the power kick. I wait for it. I practice my whole childhood, my mom's broom, the bathroom kicking. I practice so hard. The least limber person in the world. And I was so excited and you and your wife set and watched me do this. I held my phone up. Like this. Recording. You're solo. And I'm waiting. And I know the moment and then you start. And I know the moment you're going to do it. And I was so into it. I didn't realize until the next day when I watched the video, I power kicked with you. Therefore, when I power kicked with you, I dropped my phone down. So I completely missed the actual power. No, the power kick doesn't exist, but it just see you doing it and then right when you do it, the phone drops, and then it comes back up again. It's a tribute to both Jenny and my narcissism. And wheeling and I'm squealing the whole time, that's all you hear too. And then I do that. It was probably one of the cooler things I've ever done. It was. I'm glad I captured it. Yeah. You were also pretty good Nancy. I mean, she was great, but without her power kick. What would mine ever be? I mean, you invented the power kit. We actually powered together. I felt like if I was you and I went into a restaurant. Do you just do that? We'll send party a two. And you just throw a kick out. I would do that constantly. Just random kicking, right? I would do that constant. Do you know who I am? No. We at least didn't know. I wanted to I want to know about like that song to me. I've always loved that song. And like, can you tell me the circumstances of when you wrote that? I really think we won the battle of the bands in Livingston high school in New Jersey. Oh, you have to tell me though what were the names of your bands? You're gonna love them. Okay. And names are the best. I was in two bands. One, the first band was named Phoenix. And because we had like this Phoenix rising. From the ashes. But my favorite band I was in it was the better band was a band called trilogy. And the reason I love trilogy was how many members would you think would be in trilogy? More than three? There were, in fact, there were 5 of us. So I don't think there was no prequel or I don't think we fully embraced the idea of brand names. Were you and bands prior to heart? Oh, yes. And give me some of those. We had a few different little kind of school, friends came and played and saying with us, one of them was called rapunzel. Oh my God. How is there not a rapunzel now? Yeah, right? I liked early rapunzel. I thought the later stuff you gotta sold out. Yeah. Well they're early the artwork was good at the beginning. They sold out after that. But and then the viewpoints because we used to play like Bob Dylan. So we had we were like white chicks from suburbia, doing protest music. Calling themselves the viewpoints. Where were you from? What are you grew up in Washington state, Bellevue? Oh wow. Oh, that is suburban. Not the Bellevue on the east coast. But yeah, I have more than that, but it's a hole was formed in that. They always have to make the distinction. It's from the Washington state. Yes, not the mental institution. Exactly. Yes. But yeah, we had a lot of different bands, a little, and had fledgling bands called boy and his dog. I love that. One was called hocus pocus for a while. Wasn't there? There was a band hocus pocus. There was no focus. None of them. One of the world's funniest ever greatest songs. So how what year did hart form then? Well, was already going when I joined it. A little bit older. So she kind of met the guys that had the actual equipment and the van and the place to practice. And we'd been strictly acoustic up until that time. And I decided to kind of peel off and go to some university first before I joined the band. Just for the experience and for the what I could bring back to songwriting and all that. So when I joined heart, Anne had chased the boyfriend up to Vancouver BC because he was a draft Vader at the time during Vietnam. Wow. Era. And so everybody followed in because there's no singers like that in the world. I mean, you just you go where they go. And as a side trip, I mean, I do think like when you're talking about the great rock and roll voices. If you had to pick like the top three rock and roll voices, it's hurts, Freddie Mercury. It's like it's Chris Cornell. Yeah, Chris. We're now for sure. Robert Plant. Robert Plant. I mean, yeah. Seeger, there was something great about it. I mean, that voice was just great. It was.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Saying a Beatles on. But it's just a way that that again in a very aspirational uplifting sort of tonality. I thought that would be really a good song to put out there. Because The Rain's getting in, but we're fixing this home, you know? Do not despair, you know? You know, it's funny. I saw a McCartney probably MS maybe 2002 or three, one of the times. At the very beginning of the set after a couple songs, a big hole in the stage opens and the piano comes up similar to the one behind you. And he was walking back in soaking in the cheers and he didn't see the whole opening up. I saw it on you. Yes, and I was right like, bird's eye view. Of course, there's 20,000 people and I'm chatting, Paul. Turn around. Of course he's not going to hear me. And he does fall on top of the piano. Then he raises the thumbs up, they bring him up, they bring the thing up and he said, you know, wasn't paying attention. I was too busy looking at some birds in the front row. Typical Paul. And then he says we're gonna change the set list this next song is called fixing a hole. Oh, that's cool. Have you ever played with Paul or Matt Paul at all? I've seen Paul and I've met Paul. So wings in the day. And then I saw Paul show about three more times and met him a few times. I got to introduce him to N one time. Oh, that's cool. He's just who exactly you want him to be. He's gracious. He's a wink and a nudge. You know, it's a thumbs up guy. You know, he's a piece. Yeah. You know, he's just the beetle you want him to be. Did you see the documentary yet? Rick Rubin? Everybody has been telling me about this and I haven't seen this on my list. I heard it's just a blow away. Three two one, yeah, it's called in a song Hulu. It's insane. It's 1 million drills beyond thrills. And they're separating tracks and they're listening to parts. He's talking.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Out the song, and I was just as methodical as I could possibly be. And later, page said, you find that great and I'm like, oh, I've learned to hate this song. Really nails it. Because people murder this all the time. And then jonesy who we've worked with is like, playing a go, you know, he's really sweet too. They're all really sweet. Sort of like, but I love the way that the musical director guy at the Kennedy Center, how they planned the arrangements, so beautifully because it starts out one instrument, and it grows, and then it grew to a small enzyme called singers. Then it grew to another small ensemble of strings. And then it grew to a larger ensemble of orchestra and brass, and another larger ensemble of choir. Then the bowler hat at the end of it was just like, that was the whole clincher. And the fact that Jason Bonham was drums, the son of their original drummer John, he tipped his bowler to them up in the balcony. All of that is why they were emotional. Reaction to the song because it was a surprise being so presented and most of all, I think Jason Bono, you know, just grab them by their hearts. Especially with the bowl or that his dad used to wear, right? I know. Exactly. Along the same lines you mentioned that you did blackbird on your new album you and me. And you also did a Geico favorite fixing a hole. Lots of different bits and bobs in that tune. A lot of cool parts. Yeah. So I did the sacrilegious thing.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:55 min | 8 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Traffic. Gotcha. I chose that song for that film because there's the lining and the song says she holds the hand that holds her down, which is just indicative of the whole topic of that film. Right. So that was I was able to just put that in my pocket and then I had the rising and then I started writing more and writing more and covering a couple more things that were just, you know, always wanted to cover this. I always wanted to come to that. On the final, there's a couple extra ones. I do any major dude by steely Dan, which I always cover. That's cool. Which is it's almost sacrilegious to ever cover Beatles song, but it's so hard, right? Yeah. It's a wing song. So I figured I'd allow myself to recover it. Well, you know, it's interesting because just going back to the cranberries when I was kind of reading through the songs that you did, everyone forgets about dreams because it's all about zombie and all this other thing. First of all, zombie is a billion hits on YouTube, a billion views, a billion. I was like, oh my gosh. A billion. Billion with a B, yeah. Yeah, with a B, I mean, she's the least. Her is a singer Dolores severed and has such a distinct voice and kind of how she trills up and down. And obviously, you're gonna do it your way. But just a great great tune that probably should be covered at this point. Yeah, I don't remember anyone really covering it. Because it's kind of in a range where a lot of guys wouldn't do it. Plus it's a duet. It is kind of a feminine topic, you know, too. It was like, you know, don't break my heart. I mean, but don't hurt me now. Yeah, so that was just sort of dropped out of the sky because that would be the perfect way to get live and volume on my album. Fits perfectly. There's a great story that I actually read about a few months ago, one of one of the tunes that you have on there's contribute to EV H to Eddie Van Halen. And it's called for Edward. Can you please tell the story? 'cause it's just blows my mind as it blew yours when you heard what you heard from Eddie. Yeah, we were in the 80s, you know, in the roaring 80s we were on the road and the road with Van Halen a few times. And staying in the same hotels and stuff. And one time, backstage, she said, I really like the way you play the acoustic and I was like, wow, coming from you guys. You know, you should put more acoustic. Why don't you play more? And he says, well, I didn't bring one out. I don't really have one. That's impossible. You have to have one. And I have one for you, and I'm giving it to you right now. So then you fast forward to O dark 30 to 40. My phone rings in my room. Is.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:04 min | 10 months ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You know, I mentioned you know your mom and the inspiration your mom and it turns out one of these songs that's on the album, The In Between. From what I'm reading. It all came out of a poem that was written by one of your twin sons and you crafted it into a song or Am I going down the right path here with us? That's exactly right. He had a cute phone that he'd written for a class in French school where you were when we used to live in L A and He thought it was a very fun, whimsical play on words about what's wrong. What's right. What's left what's right and Headed in my notes in my phones for quite a while. And then when I was writing for this Album. I got a little out What's happened in the last four years? I think that would be a really whimsical take on, you know the opposition and of what we've been facing the thing The, uh you know, the crazy political Um, competitions that we've been in This is Mr Nothing. Right here in this. Nothing right here, right here. On a heavy topic. Yeah. See you say anyway, which had a work. Nancy Wilson hurt new and first ever solo album You and me is about to drop On I mentioned it's the first solo album now way know about the record business pretty well. I think all of us do you're always touring and the albums label. The label is always demanding more product. More product. More albums and so I'm guessing if the pandemic didn't happen, Would this project have happened? Because we've all had time to do whatever we do in our in our homes If the pandemic doesn't happen, does this album happen? I know it's an interesting I mean, because I've been wanting to do so love really a long time And there's you know, to do it to really get into doing it. You need a big chunk of time. Do it right because, like being on a break from from a heart tour. It's the last thing you want to do is pick up a guitar. You know you're resting your hands. You're resting your voice and stuff. And you know doing your love breeze opening your mouth stuff, but you would have had probably just take A few months a few months. From part two for the express purpose of making this album. Which, of course I didn't have to do that because I would have had to Not get paid for quite a few months. In order to do this, either way, would have been a labor of love, but this is definitely a labor of love. Um, And it was a blessing instead of cursed because I was kind of forced. They put being home with all my nights here and my first real music space, real studio space that I've ever had. Sure I can leave all my stuff out making much noise that they want without waking anybody up at all hours. And I was like, this is the blessing and it occurs. Can see nothing around up behind ways through this darkness can do nothing to change tracks have far gone. You found the blessing. And the blessing is is the album you and me, it is. It's about to drop Nancy Wilson. Last time we saw you out here in Cincinnati was about 3 3.5 years ago with Bob Seger and I hope we see out here again. Real soon tol to promote and support this album. Thank you so much for your time here today. We really appreciate it. Good luck. Well, thank you. Come back to Cannes. Thanks for having me And thanks for helping with records. Hey, it is a lot more got a very nice tribute on this album to Eddie Van Halen. Cut on this album is a tribute to Van Halen, Duck McKeague and guns and Roses tighter, Hawkins Foo fighters. Uh ah Woman that she has collaborated with for many, many years, Liv Warfield's Liv Warfield's played with Prince and, of course, Sammy Hagar. All combined to make you and me. I think just a great album..

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Has faith in me. And there's sorry. No doubt by now, But, you know, I actually mentioned Alison Change yesterday, Did she? You did? Yeah. You remember, Yes. Version of Hearts Para Cuda with Alison chains. Gretchen Wilson on vocals and Heart's Nancy Wilson on guitar. Yeah, Yeah, there you go. Work that song in somehow into a chart. You gotta figure it out in a minute. Yeah, well, yeah. Okay. We could do the original there too. I mean, what the heck? Yeah. All right. What do you got here? You know, what we've got is an industry group of standard No faith in me. You should just see the control room in there like masters, never going to get this and they were right. All right, Dave, go ahead. You know? Money managers, right? No them down in the hole. Yep, That's sort of how their shares they're doing. And it's something that Jim Bianco over. Bianco Research highlighted yesterday on Twitter specifically sort of asking the question. Why do we even need Active money managers anymore. People who pick stocks because if you look at the shares of the companies they work for. I mean, it's been years upon years of weakness in relative terms on so what he did and what I duplicate in the chart. Was looking at an index of what's called the S and P 1500 asset Management and custody banks in Texas. So you know, it's your big fund management firms. Now all note that Black Rock is actually the base component of that. But when you look at the index overall majority of its weight comes from companies other than those in the exchange traded fund business, working on passive investing. So It's still reasonable yardstick, and what's happened is that you know it's headed for its tough loss relative, the S and P 500 in the past 13 years. And you know, back in mid September. I mean, it got to a record low. It was down 56%. This ratio between the industry group in the S and P 500 from a peak back in February, 2000 And eight Which is, you know, as a bear market was developing in the financial crisis was a sort of unfolding and it's like the group took Major hit then and while it's tried to come back, and it just hasn't been able to do it, so if you want to know more folks send me email. I'll get you the chart. The explanation goes with it and everything I do going forward. The email address is D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net. That's D Wilson at Bloomberg dot net. So the SNB composite 1500 Asset Management Custody Banks index that's basically publicly held asset managers. Correct. Exactly. Yeah, so you know, it really does target that group. And remember the 1500. It's the S and P 500. The MidCap 400. The small caps 600 all put together, so we're going to cross market caps there. To be fair, Though That's their share prices. It doesn't necessarily sell, how how well they do for their clients in terms of investing, correct. Yeah, Correct. Then again, you know, you can find numbers from the likes of morning store that show you that money has been flowing out of the kinds of funds. They run the actively managed funds, right? And into the passive funds. The index funds Thank E T f. So you know, it's part of a bigger trend for we old folks. You and me, Dave. I mean, like we remember being for yourself. Carol was gonna actually throwing your way. No. But what's interesting is I remember the mutual fund, you know, industry and its infancy infancy, and that was all about active manage. Mary. It's just fascinating to see and kind of a short timeframe. How much it's all about index funds and bear in mind that you know you go back to 1975. That's with Vanguard introduced the first Index fund, and now it's capturing the majority of money. All right, All right. Neither of us are old. I'm just gonna put it that way. Neither is Nancy Lianzhu is standing.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Doll and Betty Levet before that, honoring Nancy Wilson with Save your Love from Me. Hi. Paul Cavalcanti With new standards on W. N. Y C. Tuck in Patty performed two songs that were composed by 20th century musician and we lost this week in 1970 50 years ago. One of the great what ifs in music. Concerns Jimi Hendrix what if he continued beyond the flamboyant rock star that he was for just a few years in the late sixties? And pushed further into a jazz direction in his music. Would he have written Mohr now? Standard songs like the ones you're about to hear. Would he have collaborated with artists is diverse is Miles Davis or Stephen Stills. Their paths did cross in his short time. Tuck in Patty honored Jimi Hendrix with castles made of sand and little wing and we remember the larger than life musician who was also an expressive if shy singer And a substantial writer of pages in the 20th Century songbook. Down the street. You can hear a screen your disgrace as she slams the door in his drunken face, no stands outside and on his neighbor's standard because of Andrew Hey, girl, You must be mad. What happened to the Swede? No. You and me against Spencey leans starts seen mysterious fallen burners got angry. So castles made us all.

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Revenge, Best Served Loud

Your Brain on Facts

05:28 min | 1 year ago

Revenge, Best Served Loud

"With, arguably one of the greatest opening riffs and Classic Rock Barracuda was written by Anna Nancy Wilson together with Guitarist Roger Fisher and Drummer Michael Derosier. It was written at a time when there was friction between the band and their label to put things mildly. The song appears on the album little queen their first album with CBS. Portrait. Records. They'd left their old label mushroom records after a contract dispute and mushroom was none too happy. Because according to mushroom heart owed them a second album. They not only sued the band for breach of contract and try to block the release of the CBS album but released magazine an album made up of songs that Hart had recorded but didn't think we're good enough to release as well as some live recordings needed to get it up to album length. The dispute dragged on and eventually the court decided that heart was free to sign with a new label but mushroom was indeed a second album. So. Heart went back to the studio to rerecord remix edit and re sequence the magazine recordings in a marathon session over four days. A court ordered guard actually stood nearby to make sure the master tapes weren't being erased. Heart eventually came out on top. As not only did the album little queen outsell magazine by a wide margin. The debacle gave the band the distinction of having all three of their albums on the charts at the same time. The court case wasn't the only reason. The Wilson Sisters in company were mad at mushroom records. After the first album became a million seller mushroom took out a full page ad in rolling stone touting the band's success using the headline million to one shot sells a million. No problem so far. The AD looks like the front page of a tabloid newspaper and included a photo from the Dream Boat Anne album cover shoot. The caption read. Hearts Wilson Sisters confess it was only our first time. Implying the sisters had an incestuous lesbian affair. Shortly. After this ad appeared a Detroit radio promoter asked an Wilson where her was. She assumed he meant her then boyfriend band manager Michael Fisher. But when the reporter clarified, he was referring to her sister Nancy and was understandably outraged and retreated to her hotel room to write. When she related the incident to Nancy to was outraged and join an in the writing session, contributing a melody and bridge. Nancy puts suitably angry music to the word to complete the song comparing the sleazy side of the Music Biz to a dangerous ill like fish. The song became an enduring classic and Barracuda remains one of the band's signature songs. Vera Khuda was test to another incident of severe irritation for the Wilson Sisters at. Against in two thousand eight. During that year's presidential campaign the song was used as the unofficial theme song for Republican Vice President Nominee Sarah Palin. The ALASKAN governor had apparently earned the nickname, Sarah? Barracuda as a high school basketball player for her competitive nature. The day after the song was played at the National Convention Anna. Nancy Wilson issued a statement reading. The. Republican campaign did not ask for permission to use the song nor would they have been granted that permission? We have asked the Republican campaign publicly not to use our music. We hope our wishes will be honored. Their wishes were not honored. As the Republican campaign pointed out, they had obtained the proper performance rights to the song from the record label and were under no obligation to get any further permission to use it. The Bar for performance rights being somewhat lower than the bar for commercial or video rights. With no legal recourse. The Wilson Sisters retaliated in the media telling entertainment weekly. Sarah Palin views and values in no way represent us as American women. We. Ask that our Song Barracuda no longer be used to promote her image. The Song Barracuda was written in the late seventy s as a scathing rant against the soloist corporate nature of the music business particularly for women. While, heart did not and would not authorize the use of their song the RNC. There's irony Republican strategists choice to make use of it. They're. The. Songs Co writer Roger Fisher was also anti Palin but he saw things differently telling Reuters. He was thrilled that the song was being used as it was a win win situation. He explained that while heart gets publicity and royalties the Republicans benefit from the ingenious placement of a kick ass. Song. He added that he would use some of the proceeds in a donation to the Obama campaign and thus the Republicans are now supporting Obama. See Kids. There's always a silver lining if we look for it.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lives very. so stop. this. tions and set. okay. good. you. who can tell. you. what is the new. where the new. look at. Nancy Wilson makes an offense of the songs that she takes on look at me now and Louis Armstrong for fats Waller's I'm crazy about My Baby the song book on W. NYC.

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"nancy wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"nancy wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Glad to have you swing it over to the standards side Chrissy hind with the valves bone wohl ensemble a new release called valve bone whoa and a collection of the old songs you wouldn't think that Chrissy hind lead singer of the pretenders had such a soft spot for them glad you do glad that Nancy Wilson can now saying she made that song a hit and this original tune I can't get started gets a Nancy Wilson update it's explain of unattainable no with king but I and make so you this the night keep in mind I know that you love because.

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Irish regulator investigates Facebook over private photo glitch

Dark Secret Place

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Irish regulator investigates Facebook over private photo glitch

"Nancy Wilson the Grammy winning song stylist and singer, whose polished pop jazz, vocals bathe. Her a platinum artist and top concert performer has died Wilson who retired from touring in two thousand eleven died after a long illness at her home in cal- in a California desert community near Joshua tree. Her manager and publicist said she was eighty one years old influenced by Dinah, Washington, NAT king Cole another stars Wilson, covered everything from jazz standards. The little green apples and the song. How glad I am. You

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Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Cohen Describes Trump’s Involvement in Hush-Money Payments

"Winning jazzing Nancy Wilson has died after a long illness. She was eighty one. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good afternoon. It's three oh two. We have fifty one degrees in Seattle. I'm Elisa

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