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"norm clark" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"norm clark" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"By Geico, local office west Seneca, Like Oh, okay, we can get college payments and We can have food and you know, like get by Right? And it'll be likely related to football in some fashion and other sports, But I'm going to keep making commercials. The Ollie pop people free. Shut up, Um Earned media that commercial comes out as we taped this little bit later and I got a feeling we're going to around two with them, and hopefully that leads the my road goals through a Super Bowl commercial. I want to make And being a Super Bowl commercial if I was goal setting I'm not a huge goal center like this doesn't happen. I didn't hit my mark or whatever, but I've seen the other Super Bowl commercials. And you can match up with any of them. And let me say this. If you ever need an extra a football reporter in a commercial like somebody step in to play that role, I am willing to do that, Kenny. Okay, I am willing to do that. We'll have that talk. Keep that in mind and again. I wanted till I want to ask everybody out there to please donate a dollar $5.10 dollars to run freely dot org. And he's already raised an awful lot of money. He's gonna raise even more again his his death. His demise has been very unfortunate, but it's been a blessing in disguise. Correct, Mr Main, Yes, and friends like you, and there's so many people. Truly will make. It feels weird because I keep saying us and I mean they like I'm not, you know, I mean, that's You know, I even had a dream about it last night first dream, but it was a weird one I was out of I was with a bunch of football players, but I was still helping. I can't remember which producer like, Hey, I'll try to get him to like I was still trying to help my buddies. I think that's what the message was right. Like I'll try to help you set up that interview, even though I'm not there anymore. Um No, I'm good. I'm happy. I'm content. It was a good run. And now I'm into something else like it really? Isn't that big A deal like just a guy changed jobs, and he's going to do something else. And I'm very bullish on. I'm not trying to brag about, you know, like my station in line for like, Apparently, there were a lot of other people who noticed, so that's I'm very fortunate, but don't get me any Cryptocurrency. That's all. I got to tell you. Okay? Just the the most minor. I talked to my nephew who's a genius. He graduated from University of Washington. About those, uh not N F. T s non opens. That's a whole note. I mean, so basically right now, see this water bottle if I would like this still noise? Yeah. Okay, Now you guys record that and then you Blockchain it and do it right. You preserve it and make it unique. Somebody might spend $10 million because they wanted to hear the Fiji water shake and me. Spin it, right. I mean, that's art is art. So you never know what you've been an artist for an awful long time. 27 years the artwork will continue on Elsewhere. We thank you for your contributions to ESPN. We thank you for your continuous contribution to run freely dot org. We thank you for your time and from coming in from your portion the Seattle area so that we didn't have to listen to the wind. Thank you for being my friend. Thank you so much. I'm going golf and I will see your body. Take care of Kenny. I appreciate you and there is the great Kenny Mayne. He found her once again of run freely dot organ. You can see what a unique person an individual he is and why he lasted as long on television as he did because nobody Nobody did it the way that Kenny Mayne did. Alright, We're coming off a week, in which Friday I posted a video that Again. Some people question I thought it was kind of odd. Don't have anybody ever saw it. I posted on my Twitter feed my instagram page Facebook of my daughter at Field day she was doing some hurdles. She got over the first hurdle. Went to go jump over. The second hurdle was taping the whole thing and went flat on her face, but got right back up and finished. And so we were looking at the video her me my wife, and we all to my daughter's credit, were laughing about it. It was very funny. I said to my daughter, Dylan, Would you like to post this on social media? She loved the idea that she edited the video, she said. Here you go, Dad. Post it. We posted it and what happens? First of all people notice that people outside Berwari mask which they didn't like story for another day, and that I posted the video. Do you really think I would have posted that video without my daughter being a part of it that I would shame her publicly? It's just so funny when something gets posted in the public forum these days. That people have the reactions they do. That's on a public front on a private front Saturday night, having some dinner with family Got a text from a former colleague at the Rocky Mountain News. Who now is that the Las Vegas review Journal Man by the name of Norm Clark. He's the gossip columnist. Out Las Vegas and here's the great thing I got hired. By the Rocky Mountain News in September of 1990 moved out to Colorado at the age of 23 didn't really know anybody went to work out there and one of the stories that they had me work on was Colorado is trying to get a baseball team and Norm Clark, my friend, Norm Clark. Was the guy that was leading the search to get that story, enormous struggling and.

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"norm clark" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"norm clark" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And it'll be likely related to football in some fashion and other sports, But I'm going to keep making commercials. The Ollie pop people free. Shut up, Um Earned media that commercial comes out as we taped this a little bit later and I got a feeling we're going to around two with them, and hopefully that leads the my real goals through a Super Bowl commercial. I want to make And being a Super Bowl commercial if I was goal setting I'm not a huge goal center like this doesn't happen. I didn't hit my mark or whatever, but I've seen the other Super Bowl commercials. And you can match up with any of them. And let me say this. If you ever need an extra a football reporter in a commercial like somebody step in to play that role, I am willing to do that, Kenny. I am willing to do that. We'll have that talk. Keep that in mind and again. I want to tell. I want to ask everybody out there to please donate a dollar $5.10 dollars to run freely dot org. And he's already raised an awful lot of money. He's gonna raise even more again his his death. His demise has been very unfortunate, but it's been a blessing in disguise. Correct, Mr Main, Yes, and friends like you, and there's so many people. Truly will make. It feels weird because I keep saying us and I mean they like I'm not, you know, I mean, that's You know, I even had a dream about it last night first dream, but it was a weird one I was out of I was with a bunch of football players, but I was still helping. I can't remember which producer like, Hey, I'll try to get him like I was still trying to help my buddies. I think that's what the message was right. Like I'll try to help you set up that interview, even though I'm not there anymore. Um No, I'm good. I'm happy. I'm content. It was a good run. And now I'm going to something else like it really? Isn't that big A deal like just a guy changed jobs, and he's going to do something else. And I'm very bullish on. I'm not trying to brag about, you know, like my station in line for like, Apparently, there were a lot of other people who noticed, so that's I'm very fortunate. Well, don't get me in any Cryptocurrency. That's all. I got to tell you. Okay? Just Yeah, and the most minor. I talked to my nephew who's a genius. He graduated from University Washington. About those, uh not N F. T s non opens. That's a whole note. I mean, so basically right now, see this water bottle if I wouldn't like this still noise? Yeah. Okay, Now you guys record that and then you Blockchain it and do it right. You preserve it and make it unique. Somebody might spend $10 million because they wanted to hear the Fiji water shake and me. Spin it, right. I mean, that's art is art. So you never know what you've been an artist for an awful long time. 27 years the artwork will continue on elsewhere. We thank you for your contributions to ESPN. We thank you for your continuous contribution to run freely dot org. We thank you for your time and from coming in from your portion, the Seattle area so that we didn't have to listen to the wind. Thank you for being my friend. Thank you so much. I'm going golfing. Now we'll see you. Bye. Take care of Kenny. I appreciate you and there is the great Kenny Mayne. He found her once again of run freely dot Oregon. You can see what a unique person an individual he is and why he lasted as long on television as he did because nobody Nobody did it the way that Kenny Mayne did. Alright, We're coming off a week, in which Friday I posted a video that Again. Some people question I thought it was kind of odd. Don't have anybody ever saw it. I posted on my Twitter feed my instagram page Facebook of my daughter at Field day she was doing some hurdles. She got over the first hurdle. Went to go jump over. The second hurdle is taping the whole thing and went flat on her face, but got right back up and finished. And so we were looking at the video her me my wife, and we all to my daughter's credit, were laughing about it. It was very funny. I said to my daughter, Dylan, Would you like to post this on social media? She loved the idea that she edited the video, she said. Here you go, Dad. Post it. We posted it and what happens? First of all people notice that people outside were wear a mask, which they didn't like story for another day, and that I posted the video. Do you really think I would have posted that video without my daughter being a part of it that I would shame her publicly? It's just so funny when something gets posted in the public forum these days. That people have the reactions they do. That's on a public front on a private front Saturday night, having some dinner with family Got a text from a former colleague at the Rocky Mountain News. Who now is that the Las Vegas review Journal Man by the name of Norm Clark. He's the gossip columnist. Out Las Vegas and here's the great thing I got hired. By the Rocky Mountain News in September of 1990 moved out to Colorado at the age of 23 didn't really know anybody went to work out there and one of the stories that they had me work on was Colorado is trying to get a baseball team and Norm Clark, my friend, Norm Clark. Was the guy that was leading the search to get that story, enormous struggling and.

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"norm clark" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

10:34 min | 3 years ago

"norm clark" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

"Jonathan the amazing Jonathan. It's always appears ears pink and pink campaign. You know what is breast cancer yeah men and pink. I'll hitch up for a nation. We have to pay for or against. I'm against so far. I've been consistently against yeah. I've noticed that wearing pink keeps me against if you haven't noticed eldest. Aj has just as much a comic off the stage as he is on the stage and he's been known to pull pranks on anyone at any given moment of course some pranks go over better than others. He told me his friendship with my friend and colleague. Norm Clark ended when Jonathan tricked him into sitting in a shocking chair. I put him in a chair that happened to be just a checking chair and when I hit the button and he got that jolt he wasn't my friend. All man was this was years ago but he was my biggest went from being in my biggest band after electroshock therapy being my my my kind of loose biggest. That's an indicator there. It is when you do something to somebody naked so like my daughter was shocking of cards. She crying. I was in a chair. I have a shaggy cards toward the teach talking seriously. I'll wait yeah I do. I pick my pick way to pick very carefully. Who I you Sir Prankster. I you are a big prankster. I remember years ago so we when I was at the Sun I was arts and entertainment editor signed a store on April Fools April Fools Day had to do with practical jokes. I don't day I call Amateur Day. You're quoted as a day for amateurs to every other days my day now you had a license plate that said Prankster on it right and you were known to be very into to this everything in every painting my house at does something is rigged up to do something. I'll take your tour. I I got the whole house is rigged up. It's very very cool. You did a prank where you convinced fellow entertainer to perform a funeral yeah Philadelphia Pittsburgh Yeah Yeah and I got. I had his car painted. I told him I was going to detail car. My assistant was gonNA detail it and he took it to carplay our place ahead painted when he came back later that night the car he couldn't believe it. WHO's the entertainer Bryan Gillis okay magician magic yeah yeah I like it. Yeah like brings still. Oh yeah man leads me to my questions. I'm all for it. I I play chess because people expect it from me so I have to think to to move ahead and everything every time I do something. People you play pranks on around me knows yeah. I'm GONNA do a praying so I have to be one up. You know if they're gonNA do this. I'll do that then. They're going to think this. I'll do that so I had it. All planned handout. Penn Jillette said about you. You know bounds no pence. He lives in fear of my pranks. I mean he he's never been to my house because he knows what lies in store and he used to close his emails with something to the effect of so if this is a prank. I know it's you Jonathan or something like that yeah. He was very very paranoid rightfully so suited in reality. That's magician. Magician should revel in that stuff. You know that you've always been that way. I mean somebody says I'm going to the bathroom. I I'll you won't I was a kid. I'll run high band the door of the bathroom. You know it's don't ever tell me what you don't like. You know like Oh. I don't like spiders. Oh Really Areso spiders by the way I think it was around that period of time where you talked about your mother in the laundry chute and you pour water yeah time I heard it around around there. I could Michigan doing that. Yeah Yeah family was like that and then my dad hated caterpillars for some reason he had a fear of caterpillars half pillars. I would open the encyclopedia I put a bookmark in there and when he would open up and saw that picture of you actually throw the book down and get mad at me just move great out yeah so it was it was a family like Jonathan's being such a prankster combined combined with the fact that he's outlived is one year prognosis by a healthy margin has led some folks to express skepticism regarding his diagnosis well. That's sort of skepticism is at the center enter a Ben Berman's the amazing Jonathan documentary which was previously called untitled amazing Jonathan documentary that was clever for them. Yes hey deleted the the one word untitled and made it the title. They said they did it because whoever bought it they said good name it themselves and that's would be power the appeal uh-huh buying the documentary yeah right and I was watching this. I was watching Ben Berman work with you in that movie and I know you've gone through the boot analysis of this entire movie a lot but what I was thinking someone who knows you was his skepticism about about your diagnosis. I was wondering how that was going going to be dealt with well with his skepticism noise the deal. I knew what he was up to you. I know I knew that he knew the real facts but he needed ending really really bad and he tried to push my buttons to give me get mad enough to throw him out of the House. He wanted me to throw them on us. That's how he wants on the end because he didn't end it and so I told them I said just got to be completely honest. I'm not throwing you out and I know you know my diagnosis and he the actually offered me money to throw them out of the house. Dad's now right now. What's the throwing out of house. He wanted if he ending. Oh we it shouldn't be mentioning this. When I went up and up it was it was an thousands so but I I wouldn't do it and it's a good thing. I didn't because you figured handed out for himself out into doing that. He would have mediocre documentary and by doing what he did but flying the London and setting up got it. That was the the engine interesting movie to find where the spoiler is by the way with you. It's where the exact spoiler is because there's so many twists in your life and in the documentary people think that a lot of it was staged Geno. That's a compliment to me man because well you know none of it was staged not none of there's only two or three things in it that we're out of sync and didn't happen the way way they really portrayed it in the documentary and I didn't like those things. I'll tell you what they are. One thing they did was when I went back on the road they made red tour look kind of clumsy. They showed me dropping the microphone. They showed me being introduced not coming out on stage because I was dizzy and never happened you. Drop the MIC drop. The MIC and I did say I was dizzy but they use that to make it look like I didn't come out when I was introduced initially the audience Dan sitting there waiting for the moment where you drop the mic. I thought was set up by you to make a joke no you don't you dropped. It is a dental I do once in a while. I declare tight enough to Michael. Come out last time I did. It was with Dick Van Dyke Front row center hitting him in the head with the Mike when it came out so I I dropped it for us. This was at bricolage in Los. Yeah Okay and I hit the MIC yeah and legendary legendary entertainer icon Rob Petrie. I hit pitching in and yeah but so they a show that didn't make it look very the made it look like they didn't show the audience standing up. They didn't show they made it. Look like you were enfeebled. Like it was a the show wasn't up to up to a standard. What kind of made you look compromise too. I mean that's what I didn't like about everything nowadays the things around. You didn't like that about it because I mean the shows were great and they made it look like not so good. Those Detroit right there was a couple of Boston and and and two in Boston and one in at the foxwoods Casino Conceal Connecticut this episode podcasts will be right back. We'll get back to the interview in exactly twenty seconds. I'd like to use those twenty seconds to once again. Say thanks for listening and ask for a quick favor if you're listening to this on apple podcasts and you'd like what you're hearing. Please leave us a rating and review so if you want to support the show. That's the best way to do it. Your reviews go along way to help. pod. Cats reached new listeners now back to the show well. Ben Berman was filming the Amazing Jonathan Documentary. He found out that there is a second completely. Separate documentary crew working on a film about the amazing Jonathan. I'm not one to give spoilers but the fact that there are multiple documentaries in production at the same time ends up being a major part of the amazing Jonathan Documentary Documentary and one is out on Hulu. We're talking about what's happening with the other one the other one. Did you see the other one. No the the other one I don't know if I like it better got more heart to it and shows more my show and me and the other one is more of showing the a documentary process and talking a lot about Ben the director which I still like but the other one was not I'm not sold because Ben got their first you know so it's still in kind of limbo the well known as it away they gave it away they they put it on they gave it to bill bursts company all things comedy and they'll cut it on Youtube for free so you can download it for free by going to always amazing our our nothing's comedy and that's more of a traditionally staged documentary co yeah as far as traditionally can be call. Straw something on my life. Life doesn't even the construction of it up this him on your but yes good documentary. I really like it shows a lot more my show. I saw anything about the other one. I I wish they would've showed more clips. I wish not shown you know could have cut about ten minutes out of Ben's time and put some in and he made it a lot about whether the diagnosis was real or not you know and it's funny because the guy in there that that says.

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"norm clark" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:07 min | 3 years ago

"norm clark" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Vegas entertainer. That is the featured singer of the Vegas goodfellas. There was a struggle imitation of what you can do. Right. Because people, I know even big groups go out and try to sell a new album. They can only do so much of that because people want to hear what they want to hear what they're familiar with. It's that's very true. I don't know if you know, we're not in the you probably do, but the Beatles and the Rolling Stones are basically cover bands when they first started, they were doing Chuck Berry. They were doing all of those, and they started to infiltrate, and even Mick Jagger said, if we're going to be a big deal we have to start writing some material, but I think a lot of them started with cover songs, and then mixed in so. Absolutely. Well, did you do any writing or anything like that? Do you do any of that kind of thing? We had back in the day. We'd written about six original songs that we were getting ready to put put on album and those, what is that process like fascinated by it because I just it's so out of my talent list. How do you do that? I mean, this is just come to you. Or is it something you have to have a collaborative type of thing? A lot of it was collaborative some of it. I did myself gentleman by the name of Don Clegg was also. A lead singer and a guitar player in the band, and we collaborated on some things. And. Recording deal. So much different was so much different than than it is now because this was with all of petitions microphone at every speaker. And then you just laid it down in two tracks into the music. And then you played it back through monitor monitoring lay down the voice. Wow. Yeah. Now involved. It's no ten then. Do you think it would be growing up today? If you were in the same place, you were back, would it be a different experience with things like YouTube and making an album really doesn't mean that much the way used to people just put out singles almost entirely? If a different experience impacts that immensely. We were lucky because. The gentleman that recorded us his name was Howard. Gayle he went on with mercury records and capitol records. He had a recording studio on. You guys ready. But we need some good original material, and we wrote songs like. Are title song body, mind and soul. Last days. In other were there are a few of them. Now, we want to hear that we find those on YouTube and that kind of thing I wished I had the master tapes. I think those up rerecord them on the other what's talk about that great day when you walk into the restaurant for our os. And you did that then kind of became a whole 'nother thing you work with Paul. How did the group come to get at Vegas goodfellas, which are fun group? Well, poem, I accepted a gig, a place Colucci and. We started doing a pride night, jam session. And it was interesting. Norm Clark here in town. On the day of our first show. We weren't accomplished at all. It was just a put together bands for that night. See how it went. We had a core man. That would have people sit in and after seeing it norm put it in the journal that it's a must see that you should come and see these guys, and that gave us an opportunity that each night, each Friday night that we did it, there may be a different bass player may be a different guitar player different horn player, but gave pollen and opportunity to observe all of the talent around town, and that's how we ended up with a band, that was approximately eight years ago. Was in February. So I think it was probably eight years. Yeah. Wow. And that yet is cool could in this type of town, you can find such great talent. Right. If you just patient everybody comes through here, all of them do a big deal with norm was. Put it in the paper, I showed up for the gig that night and they had stanchions with red carpet. The place was full and they were standing outside in February. Yeah. That's a good start. Shows a power. What normal car CAD here to that time? Really? And the review journal still an important place to be heard the question. I understand David Brenner. The late great comic was really one of the guys really encouraged you thought that this group was really something he came into for several times. Me. Hid set up in the back kit was so probably not to draw a lot of attention, but he always made it a point come down to put one hundred dollar Bill in the tip jar. And. The last time we signed he came down and put one hundred dollars in a tip jar. And he said, you know, you guys bring back the feel of Las Vegas. We were doing a lot of Frank Sinatra Dean Martin material, Andy said we were dressed in black suits, red tie, white shirt, and he said and besides that you guys look like a couple of goodfellas, and thus the name that's great. And there is, I think this still that desire for people, I mean, those guys are gone, but, you know, the Sinatra Dean Martin do you find that people when they come here, it's kind of the soundtrack to your visit, they love it. They still and we do corporate events and so forth. They might want all that type of music. And so that's what we get them. That's what's so great about the band is very versatile in a few moments. She'll take an inside look at the world famous neon museum time now for luxury living.

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