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2020 ACM Awards: Carrie Underwood, Trisha Yearwood and This Dynamic Duo Are Set to Perform

Donna and Steve

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2020 ACM Awards: Carrie Underwood, Trisha Yearwood and This Dynamic Duo Are Set to Perform

"Of country Music Awards just got bigger. The upcoming ceremony is added a performance by Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani also carry underwear. Wood is going to perform a bunch of songs from some country legends. This is to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the Grand Old Opry. It's going to be a med leave with will read a lit or not with the right of Lin, but songs from literally Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Barbara, Barbara Mandrell, Patsy Cline, Reba McEntire and Martina McBride Hole is going to air on Wednesday, September 16th fun. Okay, Here's a stupid thing that you're going to be like dawn. I think Bank back upon a country song once for an artist, and it debuted at the Grand Ole Ofri before the show. And so I've been, I mean, it's just a simple background.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

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"patsy cline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Name is Norman Nichols I am a board certified music therapists and I work for Arbor hospice man Arbor I go around and do music for people who are dealing with life limiting diseases and illnesses and work with the patients and their families using the music to help bring them some calm and some comfort and peace I choose the music according to what the patient enjoys I start with that music can I use the music as a foundation for conversation for reminiscing for pain abatement it's a really great distraction from pain one of my patients really loved crazy because it brought back memories of when he headed his construction crew and they always listen to country radio while they worked and crazy was one of his favorite songs so I would do this while he sat on the couch with his wife and when I sang this song he'd get this huge smile on his face and the tears would start going down his cheeks and he would look at me and say thank you and then he would start talking you know I'd have to help him because it wasn't easy for him to initiate conversation but I would start talking to him about and what was it about the song that made it special for you and he talked about his time when he was working in construction and building homes and the people he worked with and as he spoke his facial expression became more animated he sat up straighter he had more energy and he just smiled the whole time cemented improved his emotional state and what it did is it created validation for his life he was able to experience through that music that one song he connected to his past and it affirmed his present that his life was was important that he did some good things one of our family's mother was actively dying and they were all there around her the whole family and they wished for some music that would comfort her and support the family as they were sitting by her side and so I arrived got out my guitar in my I pad with my song lyrics and as the family what kind of music that their mom light and they said mostly country so I asked him I said well what about Patsy Cline's crazy.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 5 months ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like crazy it certainly sounds like she wrote the song herself and she sings during her life why at that powerful motion she brings to it you know right at the end of the the bridge of the song the middle eight just before she goes into the course again you hear that little ground where she goes crazy Craig that's classic Patsy Cline she had the ability to slide in and out of almost being conversational the same time just saying with such beautiful rounded towns pretty impressive performance my name is Norman Nichols I am a board certified music therapists and I work for Arbor hospice in an Arbor I go around and I do music for people who are dealing with life limiting diseases and illnesses and work with the patients and their families using the music to help bring them some calm and some comfort and peace I choose the music according to what the patient enjoys I start with that music and I use music as a foundation for conversation for reminiscing for pain abatement it's a really great distraction from pain one of my patients really loved crazy because it brought back memories of when he headed his construction crew and they always listen to country radio while they worked and crazy was one of his favorite songs so I would do this while he sat on the couch with his wife and when I sang this song he'd get this huge smile on his face and the tears would start going down his cheeks and he would look at me and say thank you and then he would start talking you might have to help him because it wasn't easy for him to initiate conversation but I would start talking to him about and what was it about the song that made it special for you and he talked about his time when he was working in construction and building homes and the people he worked with and as he spoke his facial expression became more animated he sat up straighter he had more energy and he just smiled the whole time cemented improved his emotional state and what it did is it created validation for his life he was able to experience through that music that one song he connected to his past and it affirmed his present that his life was was important that he did some good things one of our family's mother was actively dying and they were all there around her the whole family and they wished for some music that would comfort her and support the family as they were sitting by her side and so I arrived got out my guitar in my I pad with my song lyrics and as the family what kind of music that their mom light and they said mostly country so I asked him I said well what about Patsy Cline's.

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CMT will now play music videos from male and female artists equally, effective immediately

KCBS Radio Midday News

03:48 min | 9 months ago

CMT will now play music videos from male and female artists equally, effective immediately

"The country music channel is stepping up to make sure both men and women are featured in an equal rotation effective immediately music videos for male and female artists will get the same amount of playing time for more on this movie turns the KCBS ring central news sign a talk with Arabs in right communications professor at American University in Washington DC thanks for talking to us today so why this movie now it's actually a really interesting story there's a music journalist for variety who was driving in Los Angeles and and her two songs in a row on the country station by female artists and pulled over his car and made a snarky tweet about how you know that must break FCC rules or something like that and another radio station's Twitter kind actually responded saying well that's really brave we're not allowed to play two women in a row and then to begin this massive fire storm and Samantha bee did a whole thing on it and then shortly thereafter CMT made its big announcement so this is been a long time coming but the reason it's similar over was this kind of needle that broke the proverbial camel's back there was a sort of a a ratio that was set up well so historically these things are you know programming in the music industry like in all the entertainment fields is really done by algorithm so the use you know ostensibly unbiased calculations figure out exactly what the audience wants to hear that's going to maximize the amount of time they spend listening and then that's going to maximize the amount of money they make from advertising and what the algorithm say is that you know people want to hear one third women two thirds man sixty forty whatever what have you and would see him to use essentially saying is that you know we play a role in setting people's expectations and their tastes and if we program fifty percent women and fifty percent men we're actually going to be intervening into this sexist system that is been self perpetuating up until this point is it appropriate to think to arbitrarily set numbers on on how often women and men should be played really smart and interesting question I think when you have a systemic bias obviously you know it would be absurd to say that men are better singers than women or that you know that that somehow the songs of the singer better so clearly the the disparity between men and women and radio is a reflection of the larger disparities in opportunity in status between men and women in our society at large so I think that if you run a large company and you have the opportunity to help change hearts and minds you do have an obligation to do so even if it's a going to represent a short term hit to your bottom line it's going to benefit everybody more look over the long term to have a more just and equitable society is this an issue with other genres of music not just country well yeah I mean the music industry I don't need to tell you is is very famous for exploiting especially young women in in all kinds of not so savory ways but it's not even limited to the music industry and all you have to do is look at the you know the the Oscar nominations for for Best Director last week and and you know it was a slave entirely men and the comedian and writer he's a rate who was announcing it said you know can go congratulations to these men kind of calling it out so I think what's changing is that the is that there is now a a growing kind of sense among women in the media and entertainment industries that that time is up for this kind of unquestioned bias and that it's time to at the very least start questioning it so people get uncomfortable and start to change it we should play little Patsy Cline to take you out thanks for the time it's good talking to you and said right communications professor at American University in

"patsy cline" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"And I've had my ass kicked by some of the great stars in country music. Junju Bill Gates country music USA with me, gene developed. Here's a song going way way back to the days of Patsy Cline? When she actually did fall to pieces of the plane crash. All right. Patrick live with I fall to pieces here on the gene Joel country USA show, an attack started to stutter step a little bit there when I was thinking about all the great things that I had in mind for Patsy Cline states. That's of course, was very very famous when I was just a little boy that was a paper boy, and I hated country music. I listened to Orrin b. Anyway, I went to Patsy Klein's estate planning people that I said, listen, I know that you are in control in control of patchy Glenn's estate was. Yes, we are. What do you want? I said, whoa. We'll whoa. I'm about to make you a lot of money all money. I held up a little bottle head dole. I said how about the Patsy Cline bobblehead doll and just for laughs. They head comes off. And I said, I'm only kidding. I'm only kidding. They begin to get up from their shares. They were moving toward me rather menacingly. And I said, okay, we'll mobile I said, I'm only kidding. Here is a passing Klein veggie Matic chips things up well into pieces I said, but that's the job that again moving towards even closer on hold on. Oh, here's a little Patsy. Kline balsa wood rubber band airplane. Just fly it right into the mountain. And and that's when I felt hands grabbed me about the shoulders my belt and my legs I felt cans lifting off the ground. It was very relaxing. It felt like I think it can take a net. Maybe that's what they want me to do. Or they're going to hoist me over their shoulders and say, hey, for gene, Joel will point of fact, they did not they took me out onto a deck. A deck was overlooking driveway and a swimming pool. This is where they usually had cigarettes and coffee and quick. Whatever they had cocktails at the end of the day. And they lifted me up high over their heads about five of them five members of patchy lines estate planning group, and they lifted me up and they threw me right down onto the concrete driveway. But that wasn't all there was someone waiting downstairs in a car. They'd send him ahead. And as soon as I hit he backed the car over top of me, what kind of a car a Hummer. It didn't feel good. What was I tried to stay on my feet and was very very difficult. I finally did get to my feet the guy that had backed over me. So that I'd stood up. He got the high son from upstairs the guy gave him the big thumbs up when he saw me stand up. He said, yeah. Do it. The guy Florida and ran over me again. Strangled by food again. He'd back their humvee back over top of me. I staggered by feet. Get any drove over top of me. And finally when my head was in a perfect position because I was falling getting up falling and getting up. My head was perfect position. They closed the electric garage door on my head. I must have screamed for well into six hours or so the cops didn't show up till after midnight. And I said why are you here this because of the screaming I said when was it reported visit about five minutes ago? The garage door closed on my head and a half past five. Gene, you will country music USA. Country music USA here with Jean devel- every week. Here are some great radio stations like K you are in not K O R in. That's corn. K U R in is Kern. That's current you are in and that's the way it said in some countries. Like, I dunno Africa Ireland said like that great stations like that Russell in grade radio stations like couldn't do boo Debu,.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country. Get in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen Seventy-six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred charts this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by Barenaked. Ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for you. Guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever difficult pass. When he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one in west the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Listen to the radio for info in the morning in the morning every morning for weather chief start your day. I turn on even before I get up out of bed in full. You can use NewsRadio twelve hundred. So have you ever wondered if you could actually truly get a copy of all the data that say apple is keeping track on you will later on and tell you exactly the website where you need to go not just for apple? But also for Google and speaking of big companies, if you use windows, I'll tell you Microsoft just can't seem to get it right lately. They're still fixing a slew of bugs that has just appeared in the rollout of its October two thousand eighteen update actually launched at the start of the month, and they had to stop because people were complaining about files that were just deleting themselves. Okay. The good news is that the windows. Ten update. No longer, delete, your files, the bad news now a delete your audio devices instead of other issues inaccurate CPA usage. Blue screen of death, a third party anti-viruses security products. Okay. Microsoft hasn't gone into a lot of detail about what the issues where or how to fix them. And there's they said they are going to be rolling out this I've Tober update in the near future. So fun times for all of you windows. Ten years out there. Yes. Love that era. Jim in Pennsylvania. Hi there. Jim. Hi, there can talk with you. Again, you got it. What's going on? Wait. Wait, wait. What will you say? Nice talk to you again. So you've been caller before longtime ago, I've been a longtime listener Kim's club member. Oh, we'll think you Jim. I appreciate that. Appreciate that. Every weekend. So what actually watch? We'll good not either. Okay. So so how can I help you today? Yeah. I minded my own business. But you didn't I didn't have an acquaintance shoe recently. We connected with a daughter. He had in a marriage when he was in the military in Europe. Okay. And that was nineteen ninety eight. She was born, and they recently reconnected and. Pretty concerned. So I thought I did that'll Didi button. Background search on her and see what I could. No, avail miserably. Wait, wait. So you so you put so she's went nineteen twenty years old. So all right. So she's twenty years old. And that's right because you said nineteen ninety eight you couldn't really find anything about her on Instagram or Facebook or anything like that. Oh, I did. I did I found a Facebook account to look like it origin January twenty eighteen. Oh. That's not very much of a social. No. And so so you are trying to do a background check on this young woman. So that this way, you can tell your friend more about her, or are you afraid that she's not really the daughter or she's going to scam ham or what? All of the above. Okay. She does that for for money. They're not rich by any means the family just as a lot of concerns over this and it's causing trouble in the family itself. I'm sure all of a sudden you have a kid coming out of the blue, right, okay? High standard all this. Well, here good friend. I mean, you're worried about right? You wanna make sure? Concerned rightly so. See anybody get hurt. And I heard you talk about these things before and different states through people up TI T, L dot com. Facebook Google, and I'm coming up with nothing. There's also family tree now where you might be able to find something a family tree. Now, it's supposed to be like where you put your family tree together. But really there's a lot of information there. Of course, much like any other side. Jim you have to be careful, especially when you look at people searching sites with appears to be an actual box. That is going to help you find somebody is nothing other than an ad. So you really need to keep your wits about you. And don't do this. If you're having a beer or glass wine. It is Jeremy click and other places. And then of course, there's surge which is another place for you to check. But I mean, if you are really trying to to find information about this young woman is that, you know, I'm surprised that they you know, he can't sprint her on social media or somebody that he knows confront her on social media because that'd be the easiest way, you know, especially if this is his daughter, you can say, you know, what how can and then you could then it can share his credentials with you. If you want if he wants, and then you can start stupid around see if there's anything else out there. Yeah. I don't think he wants anybody snooping. It doesn't wanna know. I don't think he wants to know. Wait. You have an uphill battle all around. Right. What is your gut telling you? My gut is telling me that his daughter, and I don't think he's got a very good background. And I think she just out to get what she can get. Okay. Well, maybe you can do your background search. You can see what you can find online. And you know, maybe you're just council your friend on the warning signs things to look out for. You know, as far as you know, I she's gonna ask for ten dollars. Then it's gonna be one hundred dollars. You know, whatever may be you know, as it goes on. And maybe you know, he needs to text you every time that she asked for money. So that this you have a record of it is he's not going to want to remember like he probably not even gonna tell you now that I think about that. We're not that close. Like, I said a bystander in all this. There's a connection to other people that I'm associated with. And everybody's concerned for him. And it's tickets to on his own Kirk. Yeah. But you can't help people don't wanna help themselves. Right. It's true. I mean, I hate to be that blunt. But you know, you're a good man, and you're trying to do something. And you know, I would search at family tree. Now. Zaba search I would try to expand that search into people that she may know, and he may know. You know, put those names into Facebook. You may also want to just put her name out there. You know as a Google alert to see what can happen, obviously, look in the county records. Wherever she may have lived in courthouses in the civil records. Because all that is now online, you know, there are ways for you. She was applying for a job that you could actually use a company like precision higher. What have you that? We do trace test to tracking rather across the United States. And you might want to look at a p p is gonna cost you around five hundred bucks. Okay. And if you start doing this online, you probably looking at fifty dollars to one hundred dollars, but that search may not be as thorough lake. Yes. But if you do wanna pee, I you know, I I know a couple. Okay. Used over the years, you know, trying to do background checks on somebody to care for my mother or somebody that were hiring. And you know, what exactly is going on in this person's life? But there so often you can hop on legacy. It if you start expanding that that ring if you will so outside, your friend, go to the next thing, you know, if you think about it on tree rings, go to the next level go to the next level, it just keep moving out and out, and you may find something, but you can always like I said start the county courthouse records or online you want to go there anymore civil records in criminal records. In addition to that, you can you'll buy searches at these various sites that I mentioned in thanks for being a listener, thanks for being a club member. Jim. I really appreciate you and have you ever gone here. You have to go to Phoenix come see the studios. Okay. You're always welcome. Well, Sunday, you have to come out in the spring for spring baseball. Okay. Come out in the spring spring training. Good. Oh, beautiful. And we have all these great teams. He goes to a ball game in the afternoon have a hot dog and a beer is a lot of fun again. Thanks for your call. Let's talk about all the data that you're creating in your world in in your life. I mean, if you're relying on using your computer for anything now, you really have to make sure that the data that you have a lot of device is properly backed up because let me tell you something every computer will eventually crash. Yes. Yours included. And that's the day that you're going to be thankful that you have all your data.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Released crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country. Hit in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen Seventy-six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one. In the US where it stays for you. Guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever different have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one in west the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Iheartradio puts the spotlight on. Steely dan. Singer David Palmer left the group and Donald Fagin took over lead. Vocals starting with nineteen seventy three's countdown to ecstasy, but their next hit was nineteen seventy four's pretzel logic. It also became their third gold certified album and the song Ricky Bill lose that number became their biggest pop hit reaching number four on the hot one hundred. Tom Becker in Fagin for furred writing and producing causing issues with other members who were eager to tour members gradually left the band starting with Baxter in hotter in nineteen seventy four Katy lied from nineteen seventy five Mark steely, Dan's increased, use of studio musicians, including singer keyboardist, Michael McDonald and drummer Jeff poor Carro McDonald was also heard in nineteen seventy Sixers the Royal scam which had more prominent guitar than their previous albums. Asia from nineteen seventy seven would become their best selling album and their first platinum record the title came from the name of a friend's wife and showed a stronger jazz influence on their musical style. The song pig was a hit for the group peaking at number eleven. It was also the last album for Diaz left the band that gear all things. Steely Dan, info music and more around iheartradio, keyword. Steely Dan, San Antonio, breaking news, traffic, and weather NewsRadio twelve hundred. I'm a texter sometimes I look up from my phone and forget, I was even driving right now, I'm drifting into the other lane. And it's L O L time. Oh, gee, I just caused a five mile backup. When there's mayhem on the road. Maybe I should only use three exclamation points. Instead of six you need traffic every ten minutes on the tens mornings. Protect yourself from mayhem like me NewsRadio twelve hundred way. I. Setting.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Released crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country. Hit in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for the you guessed it one week. This week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever did have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one west the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Why are you so distant did you have to shoot anyone going to get a job now or what no one knows what it's like to come back from Iraq or Afghanistan unless they were there. Join other veterans at communityofveterans dot org. Brought to you by Iraq and Afghanistan veterans of America and the Ad Council. The W G Y weekend with Joe Gallagher tomorrow morning, six to ten eight ten one zero three one W G Y. You're listening to Russia's week in review. I don't even think man, I didn't hear about it. I don't think he was a women pay JFK. I think the money all went away from him to them. But here comes Donald Trump and the prostitute pays.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen Seventy-six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for the you guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be. Tighter than ever have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album Milos xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. What's your emergency? Screens Maryland Foy? Terrifying. Attractions in one location designed to scare you to death. Screens dot org. Screens dot org. If the free..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Released crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein number two country hit in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for. You guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever different have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one in the US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen sixty seven the US formerly takes possession of Lasca after purchasing the territory from Russia for seven point two million dollars or less than two cents an acre Alaska, which compromises five hundred eighty six thousand four hundred two square miles or about twice the size of Texas was champion to be purchased by William Henry Seward, the enthusiastically expansionists secretary of state under president Andrew Johnson jumping ahead almost one hundred years this week in nineteen fifty nine a New York City's Fifth Avenue thousands of people lined up outside a bizarrely shaped white concrete building that resembled. A giant upside down cupcake it was opening day. The new Guggenheim museum home to one of the world's top collections of contemporary art this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three after fifteen years of construction the Sydney Opera House is dedicated by Queen Elizabeth the second the. Eighty million dollar structure designed by Danish architect urine Woodson and funded by the profits of the opera house. Lotteries currently presents an average of three thousand events a year to an estimated two million people.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Released crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country. Hit in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for the you guessed it one week this week in two thousand one. Two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever did have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album Milos xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one in the US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. And now the I heart radio weekend sports time capsule. Hey sports fans at sandy west. And I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start off back in nineteen Twenty-three were the New York Yankees win their first World Series beating the New York Giants four games to two to date. The Yankees have won the World Series. Twenty seven times the next closest team is the Saint Louis cardinals with eleven this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty three the Philadelphia Eagles play their first NFL game and lose to the New York. Giants fifty six to nothing since then they have met one hundred seventy.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking your vantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for the you guessed it. One week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever didn't have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third today Buick number one in US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. There's no other way to say it the Broncos need a win. Didn't tomorrow night. It's still Broncos and cardinals coverage at three kickoff at six twenty. KOA NewsRadio economy strong the president unconventional. What is Russia doing or not doing? Hey, Alexa, play KOA on iheartradio. It's a midterm election where.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Released crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Kline number two country. Hit in nineteen sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking your vantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for. One week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever have passed. When he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one in the US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Hannity tonight, nine eastern Fox News channel, we're loaded up. We have Newt Gingrich Lindsey Graham, we have Senate candidates from Missouri. Josh Hawley and from Arizona, Martha mcsally.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Released crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country. Hit in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for. You guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever did have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one in the US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Now, it's the weekend box office review. It was a repeat of last week's top two starting with venom repeating in first place with thirty six million down a better than expected. Fifty five percent from its opening weekend that ten day total at one hundred forty two million in the US easily. Topping it's estimated one hundred million dollar budget. A star is born held onto the number two slot adding twenty eight million for total so far of ninety four million. That's almost triple its estimated thirty six million dollar budget. So it looks to be a big moneymaker for the studio newcomer. I man opened in third place with sixteen point five million. It also earned a b plus cinema score from first day audiences and is expected to finish its run in the seventy five million dollar range a bit higher than it's estimated sixty million dollar budget right behind a number four goosebumps to haunted. Halloween. Started off with a decent sixteen point two million gross and ABI cinema score from audiences. And small foot landed in fifth place with nine million over the weekend to give it a total of fifty seven million so far and.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country. Get in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in one thousand nine seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred charts this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US. Where it stays for. You. Guessed it one week this week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever did have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third today Buick number one west the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. When you watch groceries you go to the store. When you're running on empty you. Go get gas. And when you got to go. You do. When you need news, weather and traffic nowhere to go. Newsradio twelve hundred w away. I. If you want something you got to ask for something. Like this. Alexa, play twelve hundred w I on iheartradio just asked your smart speaker for us. I wonder if you wanna know more about.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Released crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Kline number two country. Hit in nineteen sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking advantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred chart this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week by bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for the you guessed it one week this week in two. Thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour to be tighter than ever did have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one in US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Hi, this is Gordon Deal Wednesday on this morning. America's First News. The upcoming elections are unlikely to close our political divides. In fact, odds are the results will extend them. We'll explain why also shocking news about the cost of college. That's been a long time coming the real cost of attending is no longer growing and tips for parents during national bullying prevention month on This Morning, America's first news coming up tomorrow morning at three on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Broncos quarterback. Case keenum, Chris Harris junior. Emmanuel sanders. Derek Wolfe are on with Lewis and Logan talked to the head coach Vance Joseph number seven. John Elway weekdays four to seven. It's Lewis and Logan on KOA NewsRadio Saturday. It's offsent husky free game at eleven thirty Jake off at one thirty one KOA NewsRadio. today, proverbs twenty four fourteen no the wisdom as such to your soul. If you find it there will be a future and your hope will not be cut off. John Adams says liberty cannot be preserved without general knowledge..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Released crazy by Patsy. Cline. The ballad composed by Willie Nelson gave Klein on number two country. Hit in one thousand nine hundred sixty two Nelson originally wrote the song for country singer Billy Walker but Walker turned it down this week in nineteen seventy six DJ Rick Dees hits number one in the US with disco duck a novelty record taking your vantage of the disco era. It was the last novelty song to top the billboard hot one hundred charts this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one week bare naked ladies hits number one in the US where it stays for you. Guessed it one week. This week in two thousand one two security guards were fired after refusing to allow Bob Dylan into his own concert. Dylan who had demanded that security on his love and theft tour should be tighter than ever did have a pass when he arrived backstage and this week in twenty eleven Coldplay released their fifth studio album, Milo xylitol, which charted number one in thirty four countries and became the group's third to debut at number one US the best performing single from the album was paradise. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Bentiu and twenty ten from shelter. Keyboard cat. That's just one option story that started at a shelter. Visit the shelterpetproject dot org to find a pet near you. Brought to you by Maddie's Fund, the humane society, the United States and the Ad Council. Council. We are America's First News this morning with Gordon Deal. Glad you're with us. Welcome into Tuesday. Facebook postings might predict whether people are suffering from.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Aung is 21st 1960 one patsy cline recorded a crazy crazy the new loan the this data 19th sixty five the rolling stones were their first number one album of the us out of our hey okay august 21st nike eighty one should the horror comedy and american were wolf in london one michael jackson saw it fire director john landis to do the music video voice saw gorilla brendan brooke and that pre wa kyw news time twelve twenty two it's time for traffic and transit on the twos really not seeing anything bad on the roads right now traffic volume is pretty light think a lot of people have the day off today however we do have a bit of a delay on the schuylkill expressway westbound right around gladwin are bumped belmont that is heading into gladwin and then a little sluggish in the curve eastbound on the schuylkill not seeing anything bad going on either ninety five north and southbound no reported delays at this time however we do have an accident that near 95 so if you're headed to the airport to ninety one at bartram avenue there's an overturned vehicle and we do have fire police on scene there are helping to direct on the vine street expressway west banned from broad street out to the schuylkill expressway these in volume there eastbound in the vine everything looks good on the ben franklin bridge and the walt whitman bridge we have construction and is making things slow getting on in new jersey heading out to mid span again that goes for the band and the walk going into new jersey everything really looks pretty good not seeing any problems forty two fifty five and 295 we do have some heavy traffic going through medford main street that stokes road they're doing trimming their and then hartford road paving between old marlin and taunton though a lot of heavy traffic.

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