17 Burst results for "Nelson Eddy"
"nelson eddy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Kraft musical was a major NBC variety program beginning of June of 1933 as a review for Paul Whiteman and his orchestra. Jolson took over the responsibilities as the host in late 1933, but left the following year. Crosby came on board in 1935 and remained at the helm of the craft Music hall until 1946 dozen, returned to his old job in the fall of 1947 later, followed by Nelson Eddy and Dorothy Kristen, who held down the summer craft musical for two years. Regular show lasted until 1949 under Jolson coming up on today's program we have for you a special treat. It's a World War, two vintage edition of the craft musical from 1943. You'll recognize no doubt many of the stars. So without any further ado, Let's turn back the clock to World War two and give a listen to the craft Music hall with Bing Crosby on this edition ofthe yesteryear. Major is Shadow, no laughter. Please. Helen friend way this suspense in the Whistler sent those I wish that he was Jack Strong bird, Marge, D'oh! D'oh! D'oh! D'oh! D'oh! D'oh! Music Hall starring Bing Crosby. Now here's 00 Me Name back, Remember, I'm the leader of all my mood for the finest in the land. Wait, wait. Pretty people. When we played the funeral, we play the market from Sol Go bang in the singles playing the horn there, blaze away the old best while I the pipes do play on Hennessy, Tennessee, the flute and the music is something grand Credit McNamara's man They wanted a jump. I'm gonna get taken in the same damn joint on the annual.
"nelson eddy" Discussed on Household Name
"To understand the story of near screen it starts with knowing more about Jack Daniel and their friendship and the best place to do that is where it all began. Lynchburg Tennessee so I win Jack. Daniels my name is Jed. I'M GONNA be your tour guide and Yeah my mom named me. Je It happens all right. The distillery is nestled among the hills in Tennessee walking horse country about an hour and a half south east of Nashville. Ironically Jack Daniels Dry County. But don't worry they let taste of the whiskey after your tour covering history. I production second and at the very end of the tour. We will be sitting down sipping our top shelf whiskey. You chose wisely all right. It is a huge operation with facilities spread out over two thousand acres. We serve the entire world from this county and only this count. Despite it's size and the enormous amount of whiskey. It sells every year. Jack Daniels is proud of being made according to old fashioned traditions and slowly aged for years before it's considered good enough to drink that spirit yet. It draws hundreds of thousands of Jack Daniels fans to visit each year. We Love Jack Daniels. So we wanted to see where it was made. That is on her back list to come down here in definitely on your bucket list. Yeah just Something that I have to do before we traveled to Nashville for a quick vacation. So this is LS up before flat this afternoon on this tour our Guy Jet has about twenty people including one Pesky podcast host from places like Illinois Iowa Massachusetts Montreal and Ireland. It kicks off in front of a seven story building near the top of the hill. You're looking at a million gallons at Jack inside that one building. Yeah you've arrived guys and eventually winds. Its Way we're going to go walk around the corner. I want to show you buy this property to the opening of a limestone cave that's filled with fresh spring water. It's where Jack Daniels set up his still and started making whisky on the property. Jack was born about five miles south in here. He was born the youngest in eighteen fifty six. When Jack was still a child he became a farmhand for neighbor. Dan Call Call also owned a still along with being a Lutheran preacher and it was on that farm that Jack learned how to make whisky as an adult. He bought the property were. The distillery is today. His one-storey office is still standing and in it. A highlight of the tour. That is the actual safe that killed Jag. One Morning Jack kicked it in. Frustration broke his toe and it later had to be amputated that led to severe complications and eventually his death. Y'All touch Yucca. Duchy guys. Just don't kick it sorry to kill the mayor over the course of an hour and a half. Jed tells us a lot about Jack's life how he was only five foot two how he never married and passed the business on to his nephew and he also mentioned the man who had a big impact on the direction of Jack's life. Now the man who taught Jack to make whisky was Mr Nathan Nearest Green Nathan Green. Or as he's usually called nearest sometimes uncle nearest. Mr Green dirty time in the civil war before Mansa patient was infected enslavement. Over on the call property. Unlike Jack Though less is known about nearest green there aren't vivid stories about his life or the random objects he kicked just the bear details. Here's Nelson Eddy. The distilleries historian the earliest book. Jack Daniels that we have was written in the nineteen sixties and tells the story of Jack and nearest Not only them working together but a friendship that they had that Book Jack Daniels. Legacy was written by journalist who went to Lynchburg to do research interview members of both families. It recounts a story when uncle nearest still. An enslaved man was directed to teach young Jack how to make whiskey and for a long time. This was about the extent of what people knew about nearest. You know the Bible for the Jack Daniels tour was always the legacy book in the Legacy Book It clearly tells the Nearest Greens. Jacking Story. A few years ago however the company realized nearest was not brought up regularly tours and he had largely vanished to the world. Outside of Lynchburg. So Jack Daniels saw an opportunity in twenty sixteen during a one hundred fiftieth anniversary. It was a story we said. Hey we might like to highlight this because not only did near show Jack how to make whisky how to use charcoal to filter out. Impurities working side by side with an enslaved man appears to have had a profound influence on him even after he became a successful businessman. It's something Nelson points to in a photo of an older Jack surrounded by the men who worked at the distillery this was probably taken at the nineteen hundreds in the American South. And at that time it would not have been the custom to seat immediately to the owners right an African American individual. Typically they would be standing at the back but not in this photograph and when that photograph was uncovered. We wondered at the time who the gentlemen might be well The Green family has informed us that that is George Green nearest screens son. To of nearest green sons came to work with Jack when he moved his whiskey still to its current location later. Nearest grandsons would work at the distillery today. Three of his descendants still work at Jack Daniels in fact since its founding in eighteen sixty six. There has always been a member of the Green family working at the Jack. Daniel's distillery this history largely unknown to the world outside of Lynchburg struck a chord with reporter from the New York Times and when his story was published in June two thousand sixteen it featured this image of George Green next to Jack Daniel as there is no confirmed image of nearest green. One woman who read that article was fond. Weaver and that photo Khaderah for the same reason it fascinated Nelson the historian at Jack Daniels. The person in the center is an African American man and it is as if Jack seeded the center of the photo to this African American man and then stood just to the left of him and the question became who was African American man with that question and many more fun new which he had to do. I became fascinated. Some people would say I became obsessed. Whatever you WANNA call it. I became something and I decided to go to Lynchburg Tennessee. Though she had no connection to merest and his family she was determined. No more about him. She was willing to move to Lynchburg up in her entire life. To make sure the world would never again forget nearest green her story and his after the break..
"nelson eddy" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Yeah this is Georgia. Her new album is called seeking thrills and the song we're listening to is called twenty four hours and here to talk about this with this is NPR. Music Serena. Toros Yeah Georgia. Barnes is a twenty-seven-year-old london-based session. Drummer turned one woman. Pop Act this is her second full length release after her two thousand fifteen self titled Album but this is really the one that's getting a lot of momentum. This album mixes a lot of house music and pop music electric music kind of John Lewis. And it's really this anthropological field study of a night out. Georgia used to Go out a lot and you know. GET DRUNK A lot and go dancing She recently got over quit smoking and went And tried to find what it was that she loved about going out so much and I think a lot of people need me experience this who go out at the beginning of their young adulthood and fall in love with the experience. But then you don't grow up grow older. WanNa go to bed at this hour and think finally back to those times and want the music that that transports them back to this. Happy Memories without necessarily having to do the whole pre-game night out late bedtime. Start Rinse repeat. I love this out. Might I think it's really fun. I kept thinking Robin and you know like how if felt you say sorta genre lists it dance music but it goes in some really interesting directions and and like the music or Robin felt to me like it was all about the power of the dance floor you know like the healing power of movement. There's been a lot of conversation about the title of her second single about work. The dance floor which I've heard so many times I'm like that makes perfect sense to me. That's a clunky like I don't I don't even not sure what that means but I think that's exactly what you're talking about this idea of letting yourself go into the movement you know words Syntax. None of it matters when you're on the dance floor. Georgia is the artist. Her new album is called. Called seeking thrills thinks Serena thanks. We still have a handful of other albums that we want to highlight for this week's new music Friday but first we need to take a short break and we'll be right back. The following message comes from our sponsor Jack. Daniel's Jack Daniels historian. Nelson Eddy recounts how founder and Music Lever Jack. Daniel created the silver cornet band in Lynchburg Berg to market his whiskey. Jack also gets the idea to paint his logo on the bass drum. The band's Bass Drum and the band will play in Lynchburg to draw. Draw people to the square so that they stay and visit the saloons and sample some of Jack Daniels Whiskey to learn more about Jack. Daniel's Tennessee Z.. Whiskey Goto Jack Daniels Dot Com please drink responsibly. It's new music Friday from NPR's all songs considered. I'm Robyn Hilton. I'm here with Steven Thompson and we're looking at the best new albums Out On January tenth we start the second half of our show off with the band. Echo Smith and their latest lonely generation issues discussed. Yeah.
"nelson eddy" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"The view from space. You remember that it was just brought thanking is just breath working working. We're getting kidnapped for. I'd say if you'RE GONNA get kidnapped make sure your face that's right. You know what I could really use as a break yeah. Let's let's do that. Let's take a break. Could use one two and you're listening to all songs considered for the holidays from NPR music. The following message comes from our sponsor Jack. Daniel's Jack Daniels historian. Nelson Eddy recounts how founder and Music Lover. Jack Daniels created the silver cornet band in Lynchburg to market his whiskey. Jack also gets the idea to paint his logo on the Bass Drum. The band's Bass Drum and the band will play in Lynchburg to draw people to the square so that they stay and visit the saloons and sample some of Jack Daniels Whiskey to learn more about Jack. Daniel's Tennessee whiskey Goto Jack Daniels dot com please drink responsibly. Support also comes from state farm. Who's agents know that your car in home are more than just big purchases? They're a big big part of your life. You put time into making them your own. So now it's time to protect them with your own personal state farm agents. Not only do they truly get you. But they'll be there for you you when you need them and with over nineteen thousand agents in neighborhoods across the US. There could be one just around the corner more state farm DOT COM or one eight hundred state farm state farm here to help life go right. Well we're still stuck here in this elevator and we're still all songs considered for the holidays it. It doesn't feel much like the holiday not not in this elevator with you. I'll tell you that you know we. Actually we should call people going to go to the cabin. Yeah and I and I can't get called Jenny. Lewis said she'd be there She's she's flying in a few thousand miles on it before she gets on that plane. Yeah you'd never call it. Go ahead so much Christmas. That's that's kind of silly outgoing going message but Retire let me call tank tank in the bank is on the list. Yeah you take. It's Bob Boylan alone Bob how are you I have awful news. Live going on Robin and I missed our flight. Were stuck in an elevator. And we're not going to be able to make it to the cabin. Oh I know it's depressing pressing. I was looking forward to seeing you. This elevator company. It's called the. Don't let me down Elevator Company. They're not even answering their phones. And and we're stuck and we're sad and the only thing I can think of to cheer us up is if you could tell us a story a memory maybe robin and I can feel the the holidays without being in our cabin. Is there anything when you were growing up or any story that you could share with us to cheers up here. I'm so sorry you guys guys can be here. All I can do is try to bring you guys in on one of my precious memories when I was a kid growing up with five brothers and sisters up. I've been a family home. You know they've been passed down for generations so it was a an old into me in the heart of New Orleans so I remember that we had started to kind of believe in Santa Claus anymore. And how we could. We would stay up every night and we would always see my mom and my stepdad delivering win against they know Santa Claus. You could not get up to go to sleep around his child. I mean we wanna see putting the Gibson as me why I don't know we. He does want to feed them bringing the gifts in and just let them know that we knew that they were the ones doing one Christmas. They wanted to really get as good and really wanted us to believe again in the magic of the the whole thing so they put on this Santa Claus outfits and and so we end up in the middle of the night and we see my mom and my stepdad bringing it presence and bikes. And we're like like. Oh my gosh this bill real Santa it they actually are real. We had no thousand our mind that it was real. We didn't even think that was our parents. We went to sleep in after that and we woke up saying that was a dream. I think we all with having the same dream. I don't know why we thought we were having the same one. But that's what we say to try to rationalize in our my. Hi There Santa Claus Real but we got up this all our presence and there was actually a note and notice it. Thank you for the milk and cookies. Love Santa Claus off it now out. In in for years he believed in Santa Claus and visit closed because of that shared experience that dream in extra effort parents put in just for us to believe in the whole thing again so thanks mom thanks Stepdad misty. You could see Robin I smile and here. That's beautiful story and a bit. Some parents somewhere is going to hear that story this year. And they're going to do that to their kid and that kid is GonNa tell that story twenty years from now to their kids. LV lovie so beautiful. Well listen have a happy holiday. This is perfect and maybe next year. We'll gather in the cabin. It'll be awesome. You guys stay strong. Thank you and I love to everybody. Yes Sir it's aw break take a dog. Aw.
"nelson eddy" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"This is the rapper lil peep. His album is called. Everybody's everybody's everything the Sun we're listening to is called Princess and this is Another posthumous release. The little peep is a rapper. He died actually two years ago. Today it was on November number fifteenth in two thousand Seventeen and he was only twenty one years old. Yeah I think peop- stories important to remember and his music is important to remember too many who who are absorbed in the world of what is known as soundcloud rap. Little might seem like a footnote but he really was a pioneer in blending elements of of styles like emo with trap and hip hop elements. And I don't know there's this tenderness in his music as well as you know darker emotions ocean's anxiety and depression that a lot of teenagers really really connected with and I think his legacy lives on in the music music people like Billy Irish Lil peep is the artists. The album is everybody's everything and we still have a whole bunch of other albums that we want to highlight for this week's new music Friday the first we need to take a short break. And we'll be right back. The following message comes from our sponsor Jack. Daniel's Nelson Eddy Jack Daniels historian explains why he he believes. The town of Lynchburg is an essential ingredients for their Tennessee whiskey. There are generations of Whiskey makers there I will tell you you. Having spent thirty years down the LYNCHBURG and seeing the way they make their whiskey the old time way and how they follow Jack Daniels Way. It's it's so personal to them to learn more about Jack. Daniel's Tennessee whiskey Goto Jack Daniels dot com please drink responsibly. It's new music Friday from all songs things considered. I'm Robyn Hilton. I'm here with an powers Stephen Thompson and we're doing a quick run through the best new albums out on November fifteenth. We start the second half of our show off with Bonnie Prince Billy in his latest. I made a place.
"nelson eddy" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"This is a trio known as the good ones. The album is called Rwanda. You should be loved and and This song as beautiful as it is called a long sad journey watching you die. A trio firm Rwanda. This is a band that formed after the Rwandan genocide in nineteen ninety four sort of as a way to heal from all that trauma the three members in the band represent Rwanda's three main tribes toot sees the Hutus about tois and they came together sort of in an attempt to find the good ones in life. And that's where their name comes from the good ones and this album is so haunting and melancholy in Cali it really will strike you as very poignant. Even though it's unlikely most of you out there in podcast listening Landau the language. That's being sung. The story behind the album is that the bandleader Adrian. Khasi Garra his daughter. Marie Claire was afflicted with a tumor. You're so these songs have that extra extras pointed element of being a parent. Worrying about his child I think she's okay now. But we have this beautiful document of really personal grief and worry but also hope I think that's all embedded in the music so there's the political side. I think we often look at African music in particular as telling us a story about the culture about the nations from which emanated but but these are human beings making human stories and I think that's the beauty of the good ones and a lot of incredible features. On this nels cline Kevin Shields of my bloody l'idee Valentine Coren Tucker of sleater Kinney right there. Are these really interesting guests. But it doesn't overwhelm the music. That's what I like. Even though we have all these mostly American Indie Rock Stars on the record. It's still the core of the music is is the trio and the message. They're sending the good ones is the name of that that trio their album is Rwanda. You should be loved We still have a handful of other albums that we WANNA play for this week's new music Friday but first we need to take a short break. The following living message comes from our sponsor Jack. Daniel's Nelson Eddy Jack Daniels historian explains why he believes. The town of Lynchburg is an essential ingredient for their Tennessee whiskey. There are generations of Whiskey makers there I will tell you. Having spent thirty years down the Lynchburg and seen gene the way they make their whiskey the all time way and how they follow Jack Daniels Way. It's it's so personal to them to learn more about Jack. Daniel's Tennessee whiskey Goto Jack Daniels dot com please drink responsibly. It's new music Friday. I'm Robyn Hilton. I'm here with an powers and Stephen Thompson and we're looking at the best albums runs out on November eighth. We start the second half of our show off with the singer. Kate Davis in her new album trophy..
"nelson eddy" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And so when I was wondering he lived in the home that way and that looks like the Mayan temple. and I'm curious to know where and highlight what it was located. and I don't think we're the museum located where's your museum. thank you we're all right where's your museum and do you know anything about the black valley of location. sure so my museum is on Hollywood player I'm sure in Santa Monica Boulevard at the corner brunch and literally right across the street from Hollywood forever cemetery so I like to tell people you could you could take after the tour you could make a twenty minute round trip walk to Valentino's grave make it back to our our front door but yeah so we're we're announcing a Monica Boulevard across from Hollywood cemetery now she's referring to the Sowden house which was built by Lloyd Wright who is the son of Frank Lloyd Wright and that house is on Franklin Avenue near Normandy radian Hollywood so it's it's a very famous house the exterior of it like she described it like a mine and sort of like a Mayan temple they referred to it or the big name did as the jaws house because it sort of looks like the the shark from the jaws poster and it's been used in lots of movies the aviator and in particular and they used in a couple of episodes of Buffy the vampire slayer but it's a it's a very well known house and according to Steve hotel his father probably murdered Elizabeth short in that house. one interesting take and it's about a block north of Scott favorite Beth. yeah yeah protector who is a it was a California state assemblyman and actor most famous for being doctor Cyclops in the movies who died in his apartment auto erotic asphyxiation she's now the Hollywood forever cemetery lots a notable sure they're right sure oh my gosh yes I mean from the Cecil B. the mill and John Houston and Nelson Eddy to Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland and Chris Cornell and the Ramones and yeah so it's it's the battery Harper was just buried there about a week ago show yet still a popular place to be very. and for you my can you Scott again for people want to watch the dearly departed podcast other they do that and listen yeah sure you go to dearly departed potted dot com and then you can look this up dearly departed podcast on iTunes and Spotify and stitcher pretty much anywhere where you listen to the podcast you'll probably find us and then we also have a Facebook page will we post likes everything super and you continue to work on the projects and tours and things like that we're gonna take phone calls final calls when we come back in just a moment here on coast to coast Scott with everything you've done in this field which is the for you most gratifying. all of them it's it's my it's up I'm gonna save made of being called on by coin Tarantino to work on once upon a time in Hollywood that which to me was the ultimate in validation for my my decades of of really devotion of to this research and and when Tarantino sob Mike and my film when he called me in and it was sitting on his desk is that that was that was pretty cool and and working with them directly was really an honor so yeah that I'm not gonna lie that is that is my I'll probably have it on my own tombstone. okay we're gonna come back in a moment we'll definitely take final calls right here on coast to coast AM with Mike Dorsey and Scott Michaels. don't forget to watch your TV show beyond belief with George nori just logon to beyond belief dot com..
"nelson eddy" Discussed on KNSS
"Strange signed you got like twenty some years I think for that let's go to Lynnwood Washington west of the Rockies hello Diana go ahead hi great and program tonight I'm enjoying it thank you dear and I used to live in Hollywood. and I was wondering if you'd known gave holdouts who wrote books about the black Dahlia we just had Steve on the program this weekend. and so what I was wondering do you live in a home that late and that looks like the Mayan temple. and I'm curious to know where and highlight what it was located. and I don't think we're the museum located where's your museum. thank you all right where's your museum and do you know anything about the black valley of location. sure so my museum is on Hollywood player I'm sure in Santa Monica Boulevard at the corner brunch and literally right across the street from Hollywood forever cemetery so I like to tell people you could you could take after the tour you could make a twenty minute round trip walk to Valentino's grave make it back to our our front door but yeah so we're we're announcing a Monica Boulevard across from Hollywood cemetery now she's referring to the Saudi in house which was built by Lloyd Wright who is the son of Frank Lloyd Wright and that house is on Franklin Avenue near Normandy it right in Hollywood so it's it's a very famous house the exterior of it like she described it like a mine and sort of like a Mayan temple they referred to it are the big names it is the Johns house because it sort of looks like the the shark from the jaws poster and it's been used in lots of movies the aviator and in particular and that uses a couple of episodes of Buffy the vampire slayer but it's a it's a very well known house and according to Steve hotel his father probably murdered Elizabeth short in that house. one interesting take and it's about a block north of Scott favorite death. yeah yeah Albert Dekker who is a it was a California state assemblyman and actor most famous for being doctor Cyclops in the movies who died in his apartment auto erotic asphyxiation she's now the Hollywood forever cemetery lots a notable sure they're right sure oh my gosh yes I mean from the Cecil B. DeMille and John Houston and Nelson Eddy to Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland and Chris Cornell and the Ramones and yet so it's it's the battery Harper was just buried there about a week ago so yeah it's still a popular place to be very. and for you my can you Scott again for people want to watch the dearly departed podcast either they do that and listen yeah sure you go to dearly departed potted dot com and then you can look this up dearly departed podcast on iTunes and Spotify and stitcher pretty much anywhere where you listen to the podcast you'll probably find us and then we also have a Facebook page will we post links everything super and you continue to work on the projects and tours and things like that we're gonna take phone calls final calls when we come back in just a moment here on coast to coast Scott with everything you've done in this field which is the for you most gratifying. what I'm it's it's my it's up I'm gonna save made of being called on by coin Terence you know to work on once upon a time in Hollywood that which to me was the ultimate in validation for my my decades of of really devotion of to this research and and when Tarantino sob Mike and mais film when he called me in and it was sitting on his desk is that that was that was pretty cool and and working with them directly was really an honor so yeah that I'm not gonna lie that is that is my I'll probably have it on my own tombstone. okay we're gonna come back in a moment we'll definitely take final calls right here on coast to coast AM with Mike Dorsey and Scott Michaels. don't forget to watch your TV show beyond belief with George nori just log on to beyond belief dot com..
"nelson eddy" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
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"nelson eddy" Discussed on WBAI
"We're off the broadcast with Sinatra from mid fifties. Recording for the capitol record label within her nineteen forty two recording by Ginette McDonald. And Nelson Eddy from the film version of married, and angel here is I want to say one thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred eighty one thousand nine hundred eighty two recording. We're actually performance by LIZA Minelli. From at performance in the White House, sit back and listen. Production. And it's one of the classic. One. All the. When we. I'm. Stuck? In. Really? No. The. Doesn't. Maybe become. Not. Lies. Elisa a performance a live performance of the song. Spring is here from input forms at the White House early nineteen eighties. I remember it, and Marvin hamlet hosted and conducted the orchestra of victim own also performed some songs as well as LIZA, and it was a salute to Rogers and Hammerstein Rodgers and Hart or just might have been Richard Rogers. I'm not quite sure I don't remember. But I do remember it was before I owned VCR at the time. So all I could do to preserve it was to take my cassette recorder plug in the microphone and put the microphone right in front of the television speaker as I did quite frequently and my youth when I wanted to preserve something. So that's why the sound quality, isn't that great. Now, I've I've searched. I all over and I have not yet. Found a performance of this song anywhere. It's not on YouTube where a couple of other songs that she performed on this broadcast on YouTube, but not spring is here. So any of you out there have a better quality recording of spring is here by Liza Minnelli? Will you send it to me? Please. Email me at old is new at EarthLink dot net. And hooked me up. Everything was just a splendid splendid special. The only thing that was terrible about the whole thing is it was being performed in front of the Reagans, yuck. So that kind of soured the event for me, but letting politics aside artistically, it was fantastic. I'm David Kenny. And this is everything old is new again on WB. I in New York reminding you to like us on Facebook at Facebook dot com forward slash old is new radio. Also like us and follow us on Facebook. That's a really good idea. Also hope hope you are following us on.
"nelson eddy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"This was a guy who was getting older at this time to she's assigned vicious brutal. The eyes of yellow. Yellow to and the so jot, it looks as if he's been weeping Edward Kennedy was once the handsome, the Hanson. Kennedy boys with proudly jutting chin and Nelson Eddy jar and cupid's bow lips under a statue of chestnut hair when he has dieting on the wagon. There's a glimpse of that still which makes it all the harder to see him as he more often. Is there is a great desire to remember him as we remember his brothers, the Dory and of Hyannis Port, John and Robert have perpetual, youth, and beauty and style and faces or mirrors of all that is better in classier and richer than us. Ted is the reality. The fifty seven year old. Regulation. The fifty seven year old living picture of a man who was feasted on too much for too long too little restraint the visible proof that nothing exceeds like excess after the press conference as reporters hustle around. Kennedy for follow up questions. It becomes clear that something is especially wrong today with his left eye, but she has been poking and rub it. He has lost a contact lens motioning for room he slowly searches the floor a reporter spots the lens and scoops it up with a forefinger Kennedy takes out the contact case groping so that the reporter can drop in the lens. But there is a problem the senators right hand is shaking so violently that he cannot hold the case study how brutal is now. The reporter hovers his finger over the case trying to coordinate the path of Jesus. Trying to coordinate the path. With that was the case. But the case is all over the map jiggling up down left. Right. I second Kennedy gets steady and the reporter swoops in. But there goes the hand again. And the cases off jogging to the right into the left for another few agonizing seconds before ten steals. His hand. And the reporter drops a lens home safe the Senator slowly screw the top back on to the evident relief of a young age who stands at his elbow clutching the bosses bottle of wine. I mean, this is. This event is likely, you know, an hour long event. And this particular contact loss issue is gonna be no more than a few seconds. And yet he's described it so viciously and perfectly. It really is quite an amazing work of reporting on his part being able to dive into just one example of how bad his alcoholism is. That's all you know, how poorly he is maneuvering life because of what he's how he's been living. Just encapsulated in this one very brief exchange. It's very interesting to be honest with you. It's like, you wonder whether staff wouldn't give them cocktail before they get out there. They might very well. She think about it. Right. I mean, sometimes it doesn't matter. I guess I don't know. It just.
"nelson eddy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Is if this was a guy who was getting older at this time to she's assigned vici-. The eyes of yellow. Is it yellow too? And so it looks as if he's been weeping Edward Kennedy was once the Hansen of Hansen. Kennedy boys with a proudly jutting chin and Nelson Eddy jar and cupid's bow lips under a statue of chestnut hair when he has dieting and on the wagon. There's a glimpse of that still which makes it all the harder to see him as he more often. Is there is a great desire to remember him as we remember his brothers the Dory in grays of Hyannis Port. John and Robert have perpetual, youth, and beauty and style. And their faces are mirrors of all that is better in classier and richer than us. Ted is the reality. The fifty. Seven year old reality regulation. The fifty seven year old living picture of the man who was feasted on too much for too long with too little restraint the visible proof that nothing exceeds like excess after the press conference as reporters hustle around. Kennedy for follow up questions. It becomes clear that something is wrong today with his left eye, but she has been poking and rub it he has lost a contact lens motioning for room he slowly searches the floor reporter spots the lens and scoops it up with a forefinger Kennedy takes out the contact case groping so that the reporter can drop in the lens. But there's a problem the senators right hand shaking so violently then he cannot hold the case study how brutal is that. The reporter hovers his finger over the case trying to coordinate the path of Jesus. Trying.
"nelson eddy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"He said, I need this app it what I wanted to do and and humor me for a second year familiar with the war of the worlds, right. Okay. The war of the worlds aired October. Thirtieth nineteen thirty eight Orson Welles and there's this whole thing that nobody was listening to the war of the worlds at the very beginning. Okay. Of the broadcast everybody was listening to Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy which was on NBC and the war of the worlds was on CBS. And so everyone was listening to Edgar Bergen Charlie McCarthy. So they missed the whole opening on CBS where they were saying, here's a dramatization HD randomly right through the conference. What happened was about eight minutes into each of the two broadcasts on Charlie McCarthy. They they, there was this theory that Nelson Eddy came on and sang a very unpopular opera song. Okay. Okay. And so people were like. Dial and then, they heard. These martians are invading, blah blah blah so but but that episode did not exist the Charlie McCarthy show aired but no record, of it well NBC did have a recording of it at a disc of it and when they donated all of their they donated all, of. Their. Show the origin was NBC and donated. All of their shows to the library of congress so I said to the guy at NBC at the time I said I need to. Get. The show because I want to make sure that this is this theory is true I wanna listen to check that out before well it. Was in the library congress and you could get out. Of there because you had NBC and they licensed it to me, well when I was there not only did I. Get that Edgar Bergen Charlie McCarthy show but I got these eight Boston Blackie episodes. From Boston, Blackie lunatic and then of course I got a lot of stuff out of there that. We. Put. Out at part of my Hundred thousand, show lives so wouldn't would have NBC donated that at that time or later all the phone Sixty seventies okay and they wanted to. Get rid of all of these discs and library, of congress took it and they're still all at. Congress so he's sort of digging around. Started digging around got the. Edgar Bergen Charlie McCarthy show, from October thirtieth nineteen, thirty eight and sure enough that is, exactly what happened Eddie came on started singing very unpopular opera. Song and people started dial to his thing and then they. Heard the war of the worlds than amazing so somebody just didn't like what they everybody kind of window and. I'm sure the people were talking to one last for when you're on the radio Yeah right yeah Okay interesting and. Don't. Sing percents true I think you got to know your audience and a lot. Of people sometimes can? You, sing. Opera Good Switching anything? Tonight Sonetti would tell you don't do. That it's. Interesting So? What's on your show this morning Bob. Odenkirk from Oh man I love that guy solve better call Saul? And but he's Naperville. And what the second now he very, typical comedy path through second city. He was a writer at Saturday Night Live mister show Larry Sanders show. So he's got his his roots grow here in Chicago, to hear him talk a lot about what inspired him here in Chicago where. To talk to him, about. That too is it was, a radio DJ so, radio inspired, him wow. And. A clown in Chicago which is only one so yes that's. Right exactly talk to? Him, because. He the new season just kicked, off what, about a week All. The wonderful things he's, in. I mean he's such a, talented actor the thing, I think, I like. Him. That I liked him in the most was Fargo go season. I believe it was Yeah he played, the head of the of the the sheriff department or whatever and he was. Just brilliant, brilliant big fan of breaking. Bad so that that was a big fan of mister show which was really he was doing mister. Show on HBO and When, you think about that even in the nineties there was no other pl- there was no Netflix Amazon go to with. Really interesting program. HBO, pretty much to to go and it was such a big hit for, a lot of people who, get, into comedy say that that's, one of the shows that inspired them to kind of, bright sketches and, do all that Sanders showers I loved them So great and then who else we have Steve Darnall is gonna come on I totally, blew through summer he's going to catch up with a little bit talk a little lone ranger and a few other. Things and then What else do we have Santa's village common we're gonna talk about, some lost amusement parks we do that every summer talking about kiddy. Land in review and all that good stuff and then at four live from, I think New York is it New Yorkers live from New York curt Smith who, was a. Speech. Writer for President Bush and worked for President Reagan wrote a book. On the association between America's. Pastime baseball and the presidency and how far it's gone back is really going back to the days of. Washington but You know it's always about throwing out the first pitch which President Trump is the only person since that tradition started that has not, done that really, know for some reason he's of course he was, yeah for the for the Washington nationals and you know Reagan did it here in, Chicago and. He was, on with Harry Carey I mean there's, famous pictures of that day. That. He did that it goes. Back to president Taft in? The early nineteen. Hundreds of but he has refused to a. Lot of people just think he's not very athletic and and it will make him look. Weak that because he can't throw, the ball that's at some theories are I'm not sure but Kurt thinks that's, one of those area so but he's going to call in live. And talk to us at for this morning big show of course Roger badesch, has news all night long crazy news all night long wow it's a big shoe, shoe I don't know if there's. News. Is crazy but he's yeah Yeah Wow, yes good, stuff. Man and then tonight you got the, Boston Blackie, upset Blackie and Gildersleeve so stick around because Dave plyer is. Up. Next the Steve Cochran show celebrates the most valuable person on the planet weekday mornings at, seven twenty on, seven twenty WGN Chicago smart speaker users just, say play WGN radio on tune in stick around day plyer up. Next it is to all five in the. Morning here's Roger badesch right. Now partly, cloudy seventy one at. O'Hare Chicago police still looking for the man who opened fire Friday night in the sixteen hundred block of west. Sixty fifth in Englewood three year old boys in stable condition at Comber children's hospital with bullet wounds left, shin. 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"nelson eddy" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And I didn't think of it that way. They said you're going to alienate the entire south. We're really worried and. What happened? We never knew. We didn't think we were. I going to do it more than one time one time, but I loved it so much said, let's let's do some more right? So we wound up doing everything about thirty five of them probably more than any other sketch. Well, it was Bob Mackie's idea to make Vicky mama in because even though she's a few years younger than us exceed years younger. Yeah. He said, you know, we only again thought we thought we're going to hire an older woman with. We just put Vicki and a fat take off the eyelashes and stick a wig glasses on her and she'll be fine and liquid has lily. Well, another one out my kid sister wind up being my mother. Well, the, I'm sure the other one that you're probably asked about as much as anything or the other element, and I apologize in advance for asking again, but Tarzan, where did this Bello come from? And also is there a trick to doing it? Well, we'll it came from when I see the movies as a kid was nine or ten years old, and I had a beautiful cousin who the same age, and so we would act out the movies. So if it was Nelson Eddy Ginette McDonnell she was beautiful when she was be Ginette and I'd be Nelson. So guess who was Jane guess who was Tarzan, right? So I developed yell, I just imitated it and it's yodel. That's all it is. It's yodel. There's no chance remind us, would you not right? But I never taught it to Beverly sills, really brilliant, wonderful. Dear friend opera singer. She said, how do you do? I said this just a yodel and she did. Did it a great vocal exercise? It's fantastic. So the show came to an end in seventy eight. And I want to ask you, people may not remember the during its run. You were also doing other things. You were the first lever Evert appear on Sesame Street. The first episode of Sesame Street in nineteen sixty nine. You did some films with very good directors, Martin Ritz Pete until he in ninety seventy two Billy wilder front page and seventy four. And then after the show ended, you are doing great movies with great directors, particularly with Robert, ma'am a wedding in ninety seventy eight and health in nineteen eighty. And then I'm sure you hear all the time about any nineteen eighty two for John Huston. I think that was probably my first production seeing as miss Hannigan and you've done all kinds of memoirs in tours and all kinds of things in the years since the Carol Burnett show. But why is it that probably anywhere you go the first thing, the thing that most people will want to talk to you about is the caliber net show which really by the way was also the last me. Musical variety pretty show that we've seen. Yeah. Well, you know, we were there for eleven years and a lot of people grew up with it. Yes, you know, as I now, I'm getting fan mail from kids who watch it. It's just. I don't know maybe because a lot of people grew up watching it. It's a part of their childhood and for you to go back fifty years after it started to stage thirty three, the same where you shut it at CBS salvage studios and do this great special that was produced by dick Clark productions that aired last December third. And now it's nominated for two Emmys. Yeah, and we're going to release it releasing a copy of it with bonus features. This is I think coming September. Eleventh mean. Yeah. You know, we have bonus features that we couldn't the time away from. So they're, they're added testimonials, their stuff where we kid around between while the changing the set kid around with the audience wasn't fun for you. I mean, you're there with Vicki and Lyell..
"nelson eddy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Could you please hurry madame we want to see the man who books the entertainment overseas can i say is calling we'll tell him it's russian area theatrical representatives for nelson eddy get him agents outside who say they want to send you well what do they look like where is a short tunnel with high monaco and the other is a blonde man in a tall tuxedo that's mccarthy and noble out fix them up i have here is gonna come in handy i'm gonna scare the pants off this is no place for a lady remember don't give me away dumb is the one i need gentleman you think i'm a scatter brain well we'd be glad to now say who's this guy with the chin fungus is face lacey she works come in french my name is water slavia garbage understand that you represent nielsen head here's a man where we would like him to go ain't on the map shaming i gotta split wait between mainstream pinched he wants to go on a longer chip yes oh how about tibet for example but people should never come back exactly sounds pretty good contact that you shall we both sign it i want you both to get back comic traffic yeah huge you hate to do this gentleman will have to be ready to leave tomorrow mistake you we are not leaving mistaken i've shined a contract to leave tomorrow and now i take off my whiskers yet over mr eighty where are you going to send us admiral byrd needs to man attainment at the south pole that means southern pride penguin i don't like it the united states army has asked us to.
"nelson eddy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This message courtesy of our good friends at babes bibs and bunnies seventy two thirtyone south claremont avenue in chicago they're always working to keep our community moving in a positive direction rit you know what lisa what i think that we are going to listen to you think i think oh good but now i feel better inclusion to charlie mccarthy show this is going back to february sixteenth nineteen forty seven i don't think we're going to hear efi clinker on here though have to listen and find out we'll have to play another charlie mccarthy and let's get back to the charlie mccarthy show ray charlie is really burned up about nelson eighty going over so big on our show last week no i don't blame charlie because mr eddie tried to call this the nelson eddy show well now fan is some indication of his popularity and hundreds of letters that have been pouring in all week say the same thing believe me oh boy that just proves that he's got a mimeograph machine which is what i said makes back out of mr eddie shortening bread please don't call me in any of this i don't want to be included in any of your scheme no goodbye goodbye ray ray now this is just between you and me and the lamppost right oh boy just the three of us yeah now here's an ad paper read it actors wanted by the artists overseas service guild see get the idea no no i don't well we'll get eddie to go around the world around world trip how on earth will he get back actually is worry wheel actors is agents and signed him up see now i get it we're going to sell him right down there river let's keep going ray the overseas i mean the the other stuff i hope you have the wrong number now to get background dictation yours sincerely now sonetti that last letter must be about three pages long as you get all of it rare what did you say you mean you didn't take it down shorthand lifted in my other pants fine thing i donate my time to get overseas and attainment the least they could do is provide me with a capable stenographer i promise you do becca mr berg my name is mr eddie your name is burke it always takes me a while to get people's names well then i'll forgive you did you get all those letters type that dictated this morning hi nick my glass and you didn't do them but i take them all on the cash register couldn't tell the difference a little the end of the machine not for their i have to find a thing where they show that is leaving tomorrow what i interviewed a woman with a fine boy i'm working on boy jack.
"nelson eddy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dedicated to man's imagination with the of the mind call letters wgn standpoint gm radio theater special three hour presentation with thorough amari i believe i'm carl amari and i believe lisa prettier than i am i don't know if that's a compliment i think everyone would say these are this is the wgn radio theater at is program to ninety eight in the series it's to lie seventh wow what did you do for the fourth of july lisa i think i did what everybody did we had eight some food watch some fireworks is a lot of fun and we are almost at our three hundred show yeah which is hundreds hundred so it is kind of a bland mark stone yeah it's something we always do all right on this edition of the wgn radio theatre will have escape starring tony barrett we'll have the charlie mccarthy show with nelson eddy and billie burke and then the screen directors playhouse starring bette grabble in when my baby smiles at me we're not gonna have cracked the quote this hour because i have a special guest in the studio his name if you are into classic radio you will know his name steve darnall steve is here and he is of course the host of those were the days which is an awesome classic radio show on wdc beam and he has a magazine called the style j digests we're gonna spend just a few minutes talking about this incredible magazine which i'm holding in my hands here steve welcome to the show thank you very much and thank you for for having your cell phone on because i was in the lobby of the tribune tower for like forty minutes really felt stupid nice we made a little move yeah just down the block but you made it yes five thirty studios here well i haven't seen much of them but the views tremendous views are great specially out of that building right there we'll tell you about that later the fire department he's got his binoculars quite awesome very amazing views there so steve you have been the host of those were the days you took over for chuck shade and there's another big name in the world and we all grew up listening to classic radio on chuck show i mean i was not around during the nineteen thirties forties now but i was listening to chuck shading playing these classic radio shows which got me so involved in these and then you also were listening to chuck and started working for chuck right well indirectly yeah i mean when chuck was publishing the nostalgia digest i was writing articles for him on a semi regular basis and then in two thousand five he asked if i would consider taking over as publisher and i thought about it long enough to realize that if if i said no and someone else did it and i wasn't happy with it i was going to be so mad at myself blue this hour but yeah i took over and over five and we're actually just my my fourteenth year as publisher begins with the current summerish hatlin fast on fast do you do this four times a year it's really easy to to delineate these things but then you also realize wow that year went very quickly well one of the reasons why i asked you to be here tonight is to.