14 Burst results for "Patty Hansen"

"patti hansen" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

12:53 min | 4 months ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

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He's the head of strategy and biz dev it unstoppable DeFi and has become the interlocutor of European Union politics for the crypto industry during these proceedings. He wrote last week, I hate to ring the alarm bell again, but the EU parliament leaves us no choice. First red flag, different from the initial proposal that only required to collect not verify personal data from transfers made from slash two and un hosted wallet, the draft now requires to quote verify the accuracy of information with respect to the originator or beneficiary behind the un hosted wallet. But it doesn't say exactly how a crypto service provider should be able to verify the un hosted counterparty. The consequence of this, in my opinion, is that most crypto companies won't be able or willing to transact with un hosted wallets anymore in order to stay compliant. Second for every crypto transfer from an un hosted wallet over one K Euro, companies are obliged to inform the quote competent AML authorities. For all these transactions, even if there is no sign or suspicion of money laundering, this is an absolute violation of privacy rights. Third red flag, one year after entry into application, the EU commission will assess the need of quote additional specific measures to mitigate the risks posed by transfers from or to un hosted wallets, including the introduction of possible restrictions. This means that the EU commission might be prohibiting transfers from and to un hosted wallets entirely, as was already suggested by some members of the parliament in an earlier draft. Fourth, while the financial action task force travel rule only requires these measures for transactions over a certain amount, one K USD, and the TFR for Fiat only requires the information sharing for transfers over one K Euro, the draft sets no minimum thresholds for crypto transfers. That means that soon every single satoshi transaction that is not purely P2P will have to be accompanied by the sharing of personal information. This is a totally unjustifiable double standard. If anything the AML requirements for cryptocurrency should be lower, since blockchain based transfers offer new and additional ways to track and monitor. There are more problematic passages in the text, but these are the main ones to focus on. This proposal cracks down on a hosted wallets and creates huge data honeypots for hackers. What's concerning is that this time different from the proof of work ban in the Mika regulation, the council or member states seem to be on the same page with the EU parliament on these issues. No threshold for crypto transfers and crackdown on un hosted wallets. Now to this thread Paul Tang, who's a member of the progressive alliance of socialists and Democrats for the Netherlands, responded, and Tang has made himself the chief provocateur on Twitter as it comes to this legislation. He writes, another week, another social media storm by crypto Bros. Now about the transfer of funds regulation. Just like bank transfers transferring crypto like Bitcoin should be accompanied with information about the person sending and receiving the funds. Now the European Parliament wants to cover also transfers to and from un hosted wallets. These are wallets where crypto assets are stored on your PC without the involvement or knowledge of anyone else. Similar to holding cash in your pocket. But cryptos are extremely mobile and operate in a borderless world. This means that funds from un hosted wallets often come from unknown sources. And money going to un hosted wallets may end up in the wrong place, for example, with terrorist groups. So the identity of unhosted wallet holders needs identification, just like you need to identify yourself when you deposit money at the bank. And we want authorities to be notified in case anyone person receives a total of €1000 plus from un hosted wallets. This is a red flag. The parliament also covers all crypto transfers regardless of their monetary value. The unstable value of crypto assets makes a threshold in Euros difficult to enforce. And smurfing allows for many small transfers to be coordinated so as to escape any threshold. These are important tools to fight money laundering and terrorist financing. Some crypto lobbyists won't like the extra work, but being part of our society comes with obligations. Banks already fight criminal money. Crypto Bros should step up to the plate and do so too. And so here in a single tweet and a quote tweet response, you have the gist of this argument. The great debate is about financial freedom and sovereignty on the one hand versus the boogeyman of crime and societal obligations on the other. On the side of the state or MPs like Tang and aurora le Luc, who said we are talking here about a serious subject. The fight against money laundering, the financing of terrorism crime, keto crime, a subject that deserves no controversy, no buzz. Avoiding new victims, defending the general interest, these are our values. On the other side are those who view these rules as overly strict, more strict in fact than the banks. More its corner from the liberal free Democratic Party representing Germany says, if we impose stricter rules on the crypto economy than on the traditional financial sector, we risk once again over regulating and innovative economic sector that will, as a result, thrive in markets outside the EU. Michael Hugh Gavin, a member of the European conservatives and reformists for the Netherlands says, the greatest asset of blockchains are traceability and transparency. The amendments to the transfer of funds regulation make transfers to a wallet unnecessarily complicated. Come with privacy risk and will hinder innovation. I will vote against it. Pure person again, though not in the EU parliament also articulated the position of many. Regulating the uses of crypto requires a good understanding of how it works. We can not transpose banking and financial regulation applied to a centralized ecosystem to a brand new ecosystem. We have to invent a whole new KYC AML model adapt to this new technology. This leads us to the determination of political objectives by the regulator. To date, the Fatah has not been able to adapt its recommendations to the new technological dimension. It needs to use tools enabled by this technology to work on a new framework based on the risk approach. To date, the presumption of guilt weighs on the centralized actors and users. The prohibitive approach seems to dominate in Europe. These choices will condemn these nations and financial competition. The nations that have the courage to work to learn without dogma will be the winning nation in this international competition. Not because they will be the lowest bidder, but because they will have known how to regulate intelligently. So there are obviously a lot of specifics to this debate. While at company ledger wrote a blog post, for example, pointing out using figures from chain analysis compared to figures from the UN that Fiat currency money laundering is 232 times as large as crypto money laundering. Another starker way to put it is that the amount of money the UN estimates was laundered last year through traditional means, it's around the same size as the total crypto market cap. These are the types of details that should be debated with more time. But I don't think those specifics are really why this issue gets so hot. I think why these debates are so triggering is that there are a microcosm of the great and central conceit of really all modern politics. The rights of individuals versus the obligations of participation in a society. I point that out as a way of saying that it is not only fair but good to have those debates. Especially when they are had in good faith. This is a precarious balance that is constantly shifting. New threats and new circumstances do require new evaluations, but so too do threats to individual sovereignty. If we really decide as a society that we have zero tolerance for any financial crime, then yes, we can also put human financial surveillance to 100 and financial sovereignty to zero. But that would also necessarily mean the end to cash, among other things. What it seems strange as it admittedly outside observer is the way in which two major issues now of dramatic importance to the cryptocurrency industry have been pushed into legislation at the last minute without a lot of time for the industry to comment and engage. Now I will admit I could have the wrong of that. It could be partially on the industry that we haven't been paying enough attention or engaging enough. But it's still feels strange and hurried. This sentiment was sort of validated by silk Noah, a lawyer at gnosis, who pointed to Russia's invasion of the Ukraine as an accelerating force for, well, everything. She writes, since 2021, negotiations have been ongoing to extend the scope of the TFR to crypto. IE virtual asset service providers must collect and make accessible info about the sender and beneficiary of crypto transfers. Due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the drafting of amendments has been speeded such that it now represents a masterclass in how to kill the EU's most promising industry. Whatever the case, unlike the Mika proof of work ban, this one did not go our way. At ten 21 a.m. this morning, east coast time, Patti Hansen writes, breaking the econ and lead committees of the EU parliament voted in favor of the FTR compromises D and E that cracked down on quote unquote un hosted wallets. The entire regulation draft to be voted on later today, but will certainly go through. So what happens from here? Well, one, I will not pretend to understand the EU legislative process at all. But again, here's what Patrick Hansen had to say about it. After the vote today, the econ proposal will be announced in the plenary session probably sometime in April. If no one challenges that by requesting a plenary vote, the between the EU parliament commission and council will start shortly after. The trial usually takes a couple of months and offers the last chance to introduce changes. Individual voices from the council and commission make me optimistic that we can still achieve changes. But the situation is undoubtedly more difficult than with the proof of work ban. Now, what about partisanship? Obviously I talk about that a lot in the U.S., monitoring, if and how crypto is becoming more or less partisan. And I've described how I believe that it is to crypto's benefit, how it seems to be bucking the tide of rampant partisanship. In the EU, it would be tempting to look at these results and see it as a left alliance for this identity verification and a right alliance against it. But even here, that's not fully true. If a Cali is the vice president of the Euro parliament and is from the progressive alliance of socialists and Democrats and a member for Greece, she wrote on March 29th, head of the vote for AML, it seems necessary to not put EU in the backseat of DeFi and innovation, but to support the initial approach of TFR. Proportionality and smart regulation for innovation friendly principle should be the spirit. Hopefully EU will make the right decision. Ever kept up for tweeting this morning, she retweeted Cameron winklevoss from Gemini who said when it comes to AML efforts, the inherent attributes of the blockchain, traceability, auditability, and transparency, allow it to be an effective tool to combat illegitimate activity. Subject to protecting privacy and other individual rights. She also added transfer of funds from un hosted wallets to EU crypto asset service providers should be possible in a proportionate way, otherwise EU risks circumvention of EU infrastructure via non EU providers to fight crime and corruption while remaining tech neutral and innovation friendly. And finally, no matter what happens today, there is a need to discuss further in the European Parliament. We will host workshops with experts and work with colleagues that have the best intentions for a proportionate responsibility of European Union, crypto asset service providers. So there will be a lot more ink spilled on this. There will be debates in the EU around the specifics of wallets around the practicality and legality of requiring parties to provide KYC of third parties of crypto's relevance to the EU economy and more. There will be a temptation by many in the crypto industry to say screw them all to believe firmly that this means that the regulators in the European Union do not have the best interest of this industry anywhere near their priorities. But I think that it would be a mistake. It may be late in the game, but the process isn't over, and what's more, even if it's a slim chance, changing laws before they're made is a hell of a lot easier than changing laws after they become laws. I will, of course, be keeping track of this and sharing resources where I can. For now I want to say thanks again to my sponsors, nexo IO, arculus, and FTX, and thanks to you guys for listening. Until tomorrow be safe and take care of each other. Peace. Hey breakdown listeners come join coin desks consensus 2022. The festival for the decentralized world this June 9th through the 12th in Austin, Texas. 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"patti hansen" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

07:45 min | 5 months ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"Is Monday, march 14th, and today we are discussing the EU's potential proof of work ban. What was in the legislation and what happened in voting today? First, however, if you are enjoying the breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to get deeper into the conversation, come join us on the breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to Bitly slash breakdown pod. Finally, a disclosure as always in addition to them being a sponsor of the show I also work with FTX. So there were two big things that everyone was talking about in the crypto industry this weekend. The first was that yugo labs the creators of the board ape yacht club had purchased crypto punks. I think there are a lot of really interesting things to explore there and we might get into it later this week. But I'm going to focus today's show on the second thing that everyone was talking about, which was a classic last minute insertion of dangerous language into legislation that was scheduled to be voted upon very soon. The legislation in question was the markets in crypto assets directive or Mika. This is a directive that has been in the European Parliament in progress since 2019. And up until recently there was an anti proof of work provision in the bill that had caused much consternation. A February 21st draft of Mika that was seen by the bloc had this language in it. It is therefore urgent to highlight the need for consensus mechanisms to deploy more environmentally friendly solutions and call the commission to identify those consensus mechanisms that could pose a threat to the environment having regard to energy consumption, carbon emissions, depletion of real resources, electronic waste and the specific incentive structures. Unsustainable consensus mechanisms should only be applied on a small scale. Now on February 25th, the vote was delayed on Mika and those provisions were stripped. However, over the weekend, the industry discovered a new version V 9 that brought back something similar. Crypto assets shall be subject to minimum environmental sustainability standards with respect to their consensus mechanism used for validating transactions. Before being issued offered or admitted to trading in the union. The European Commission, which is the EU's executive branch, would then be required to set quote minimum environmental sustainability standards for consensus mechanisms used to validate in crypto asset transactions. Crypto assets that are issued offered or admitted to trading in the union shall set up and maintain a phased rollout plan to ensure compliance with such requirements. Now, there was a carve out for small scale exemptions, but no clarity on what small scale actually meant. So why were people concerned about this? Well, effectively, it seems like a soft ban on proof of work crypto. Bitcoin and Ethereum. And note this wasn't a ban on mining but a ban on trading, so a ban on what an exchange could list, for example. So let's get to some explanations and reactions because the meat of this is going to come from the discourse on Twitter this weekend. Patrick or Patti Hansen, the head of strategy and biz dev for unstoppable DeFi, who tweets about crypto DeFi policy and Europe wrote last week. Bad news for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in the EU. The POW ban has basically made its way back into the draft of the European Parliament that will be voted on in the committee on Monday. I just read the latest draft a quick update. Four days ago, doctor Stefan Berger tweeted that his new compromise dropped any band slash addressing of proof of work. Now, just before the vote, a last minute draft brings back the ban. This is totally unexpected. The wording of the POW ban has changed, but the effect is essentially the same. Crypto assets that are deemed unsustainable will be prohibited from being issued, offered or admitted to trading, existing cryptocurrencies shall set up and maintain a phased rollout plan to ensure compliance with such requirements. Since there is no way Bitcoin can and will implement a rollout plan of proof of work, it would affect Bitcoin as well. The implementation of this article would kill the competitiveness of EU crypto businesses and drive plenty of capital talent and companies out of the EU. The risk of this insane proposition going through is higher than ever. Now Patti also gave important context on what happens from here, saying, reminder, this is not the final vote on the regulation. Even if the econ committee votes in favor, it is unlikely that the amendment will find its way into the final agreement that becomes law. But the EU commission and the council would in all likelihood squash it in the upcoming trial log negotiations. But you never know. The macro environment, Ukraine, inflation, et cetera, changes rapidly and energy prices usage, et cetera, might soon become policy topic number one. No one expected this amendment to make it even this far in the EU parliament. The mere message or symbol of the EU parliament calling for a POW ban would already be detrimental to the industry and have negative consequences on investments, the attraction of talent, businesses, et cetera. Now this was the line that also came from Pierre person who's a French MP and who was formerly president Macron's deputy. He writes, Mika regulation will be voted on next Monday, as it stands, it definitely condemns the future of crypto assets in Europe. By banning Bitcoin and ether by complicating the use of NFT and DeFi, the European Parliament is mortgaging our monetary and financial sovereignty. Mika is a significant break with the principle of technological neutrality. Mika prohibits the issuance or offering for exchange of crypto assets that rely on proof of work protocols. This leads to a deadly regulation that excludes Bitcoin and ether from Europe. If each of us must defend a more ecological and virtuous society, banning proof of work is a simplistic and caricatural view. Moreover, it amounts to banning an activity mining that does not exist on European territory. The issue is not the energy consumption of Bitcoin, but the origin of this energy. It will be more relevant to band mining from fossil energies and promote players who turn surplus renewable energy to improve the probability of these means of production. Mika also refers to NFTs. Only NFTs that are not listed on an exchange are considered outside of the scope of crypto assets, and NFT representation of a sword in a video game will therefore be governed in the same way as an asset by a market authority. The European Union is condemning the development of our companies by imposing a regulation that is disconnected from their activity. NFT is a technological standard. It is the underlying that should be the object of regulation. Have we regulated TCP IP, whether it is DeFi or NFT these technologies are still in the early stage of development. It is the future use cases that we will have to regulate, not the technology. Parliament is transposing old world financial regulation to a structurally different new technology. MEPs have taken a hard line on crypto assets thinking they are protecting citizens. In reality, this version is mortifying for our competitiveness while at the same time, President Biden has signed an act calling for the U.S. to fully embrace this new ecosystem. Once again, we are going against history. Once again, we are leaving opportunities to others while boasting of having good regulation. If this text passes as it stands, we will pay the price in terms of our competitiveness and the interest of European citizens. It's not just politicians, but companies like France's ledger that have been loud about this. Ledger put out a statement that said Stanford financial freedom. Quote, on Monday March 14th, the European Parliament econ committee will vote on Mika, the comprehensive crypto regulatory proposal for Europe. At the last possible moment, certain parties offered amendments to Mika that would ban proof of work consensus protocols such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other popular blockchains in crypto assets in Europe, issuing an ultimatum to the rest of parliament, except our Bitcoin ban or we will oppose the entire Mika package. Individuals and organizations should be free to choose the technology most appropriate to their needs. Policymakers should neither impose nor discriminate in favor of a particular technology. This is deeply concerning and would have serious consequences for Europe. Ledger statement also added the U.S. competitive piece that Pierre person had mentioned as well, saying, Europe's lost will be the United States gain, and through Mika, Europe will permanently see the leadership and control of web three to the U.S. just as it did with web two, which remains dominated by a handful of U.S. tech giants. John Whelan, the managing director of crypto at Santander, agrees, saying that will be a colossal strategic mistake for the EU. We missed web two and we want to put our heads in the sand for web three because we like.

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"patti hansen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:24 min | 11 months ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Jane and Carol Enforce Steve Scarpitti today and tomorrow. Speaking of music, Yeah. Robert Plant, Um Led Zeppelin Robert Plant, Right, Right. Um, To be honest, he hasn't aged. Well, no, he looks like he's lived the rock and roll life. He really does. He does, um, it the the story was Robert Plant quits Led Zeppelin because he doesn't want to look sadly decrepit. So you know, you got to give him high fives for the fact that at least he's forward thinking in that department and self aware, its right, exactly and self aware. It's tough to take a look at your Self and go. You know what? I'm not aging so good. I think I'm going to call it quits. But I mean, there are There are a lot of rockers that are out there that are continuing to tour. You know, he's opted out from Led Zeppelin and he's going to continue to make music with Alison Cross. Oh, great, So that's what they're doing, But they're doing more studio stuff. They're not going to go out and really tour. They're just doing more studio stuff. Now I have been a huge Fan of I'm a huge Aerosmith fan. I'm a huge Rolling Stones fan, and I saw McCartney at Miller Park and, um It's not his real hair color, but you know, I don't care. Okay, but Jaggers either. No, I wouldn't say at this point. But I mean, Jagger is incredibly impressive, as is Steven Tyler. And going out and putting on a two hour show and I am winded just looking at them seriously, the dancing they do in in addition to the singing, they really do you know Jagger. I think trains for a couple of months before they go out on tour, right, And as long as they can still do it, I think it's fine. But I think that there are people that are out there that are just Done. It's time. Yeah. Time to take yourself off the road. Perhaps right, Take yourself off the road for sure. So you've got I'm trying to think of, you know some other people. So you've got Robert plant. Even the Who have you looked at the who lately? Roger adultery. How old is he now? While he's older than I am, so let's just establish that he's got to be well into his seventies. Well, I would think so. I mean, but some of these guys just they just don't their voices don't hold up either. So you know I haven't you You've made your money haven't you would think you have, you know, I think picture. It was surprising to me because I looked up Mick Jagger and I looked up. Uh, Keith Richards, Keith Richards. Has two times the amount of money that Mick Jagger has. Does he. Really? Yeah, yeah. Thought Jagger invested in all kinds of fine art. Well, he did he did. I mean, he's worth like 250 Keith like 400 million. Well, he's only been married once. Patti Hansen. Yeah, twice. He's been married twice, then. Okay. Patti Hansen was the second one. But, uh and and only has two Children. Jagger's got, like seven Children. No. Well, that's guys so he's got. Maybe that's one of the reasons he doesn't have quite as much money as Keith Richards. He's got more. He's got more things to pay for. I'm just curious as to who The people out there might think would be Retire a ble if that's even a word. I don't even know if that's a word, but it's time right? Who do you think it's time to? Perhaps forgo going out on the road? Now that you can still make music? Right, But maybe it's time to quit the quit the road gigs. Vince Neil of Motley Crue needs to retire. Axl Rose ain't looking any good either. Axle. I love guns and roses. Don't get me wrong and I love Motley Crue. But Axl and Neil Vince Neil Yeah. 85561616 20, The econet mortgage Talk and text line. Give us a phone call. Jordan is here to screen you or just shoot its attacks again. 85561616 20. What about Bret Michaels? Um, can I tell you about Michael's story? Absolutely. I was He was out of the Waukesha County Fair. I've got a picture of me with him. Okay? Um, it's on my phone, and, uh, He's really good, lucky even with that rag on his head. Well, I'm not saying you know what I mean? He's but he's going bald. Well, that's his signature. I mean, that's what he does, but he's going bald. Well, okay, I I'm just so he's supposed to just take his signature off and just go bald. I think you should be brave and embrace it. Honey, I ain't going great. I'm I'm going this afternoon to cover up my gray. I'm just not that I'm not that forward. I just not and I gave up I I started growing it out about a year and a half ago. And, uh, with covid and everything, it just made it. I've saved so much money. Oh, I'm sure I've saved so much money by not dying my hair anymore. Anyway, we're kind of we kind of took the ring off here. But Bret Michaels, he's in really good shape and he's really handsome. Okay, so he can still pull it off. I thought so. I had no problem having his arm around my waist at all. Uh, we're getting some text on this who should who should pull themselves. Off the road. Bob Dylan, Um, kiss needs to retire. So does Ozzie. I'm amazed that Ozzy is still alive. Although I will say my son saw Ozzy up in and he's my son lives in Appleton. So it was an outdoor fair. I can't And he was putting it on. Really? Because Alex was filming it and send it to me on Facetime. Um, but I'm with you on. I'm not a Dylan fan. Um Kiss kiss, Didn't they? Just They just canceled their tour. They did because of Covid so and that's fine. And Gene Simmons is, um I don't think he's a very good looking man to begin with. He never was. No, there's someone who a whole bunch of makeup really helped. Oh, 85561616 20 the inaccurate mortgage Talk and text line, taking your responses about who should pull themselves off the road from the 26 to Bruce Springsteen, though an example of someone who keeps looking better and better with age, he's performs. Sometimes you have. Springsteen is known for his three hour shows. And just doesn't even seem winded. Yeah, right. No, I mean, I I can't remember. I saw him at the at the Bradley Center, and it wasn't one of those four hour extravaganzas. He went for about 2.5, but I mean, that's still a lot. That's a long shot. Yeah, That's a lot. Um Tell him looked over the hill, even in his prime. I love Willie Nelson. I do. But I have a tendency to agree with you. He does have some memory issues, and that was like Glen Campbell. You know, you felt so badly for him because he is still going out on tour. But he was with his daughter and she would fill in the gaps and he would forget where he was in the song and he would forget the lineup of the songs and she would kind of like, so he probably did that far longer than he should have. Even Frank Sinatra, who I saw at the Bradley Center. Towards the end. Um he had teleprompters on every corner and would still get confused and someone said, you know, why should why should they retire? If they can still do what they do? That's a good point. But again, I don't know that you want to be an object of sympathy at that point and feel you know, if again if they're getting lost for forgetting lyrics..

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"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Look at this. Oh, wait, Wait, wait. You have to play it again because I started singing. Look at this photograph. Forgetting that it was the look at this graph spoof of Nickelback photographs that one more time. Look at this crowd. Picture is a ground. It's a ground did it by the way, I think they did an interview on GMA this week, So make sure that no, No, I'm sorry, but Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter nickel bags performing at their 75th, though that's what I hear. Oh, man. Oh, my gosh. Wait Steve before before you tell me that listen to this the secret They survived this long because they give each other plenty of space to do their own thing, But they're always looking to do things together. Like fly fishing and birdwatching and that type of thing, and they have also made a habit of reading the Bible together every single night for the last 60 years, even when they're apart from one another gosh, so they'll read the same text, even if They're separated. Because then they think about the same scripture. Yeah, they're sort of like and direction from God in the same place. Yeah, yeah. Oh, that's really awesome. It's beautiful. Can I get a look at this? Graph one more time? Nope. Alright, Bye. Have to look it up again. Sorry. All right. Let me tell you now about some other Hollywood couples that, uh, that have really withstood the test of time. And remember, this isn't 75 years, but it's Hollywood friends. And so we have to adjust our expectations. About three years. Yeah, exactly. How long have Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick been married? A long time. 26 30 years. Wow, Coming up on 31. They'll celebrate this September. They got married in 1988. By the way they are adorable on I don't know if it's instagram or Twitter, but He just posts the sweetest things about her like they'll be dancing in the living room or something. They're just so adorable. Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osborne. Sarah got, uh I'm going to say 40 years 37 years 1982 July 4th That's amazing 1982. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. Long time. 30 only 22 years 1997. I feel like they dated for eight years they met in 1991. Yep, Introduced by Sarah Jessica Parker's brothers. Then they took things slowly didn't tie the knot until 1997 in a small wedding. Oh, Meryl Streep. Meryl. Meryl. Meryl, Uh, can you name her husband? He's a sculptor. I know that. An artist. I can't name him. I'm just gonna say car role. His name is Don Gummer. Okay? Okay, and they have been married for 40 years. That's amazing. That is really something. Hugh Jackman and his wife, Deborah Lee Furness. 22 years 23 Pretty good. Pretty darn good there, Kurt Russell and Goldie Hunt now they're not married. 40 years. They have been together for 36 years. They're adorable to let's see here. Get you another one. Okay? Oh, my goodness. Boy, This is rare in the rock and roll world. How long is Keith Richards Been married to Patti Hansen? Mm 33 years 35 years. He was in Pirates of the Caribbean. Keith Richard to us. I don't think so, Steve. I think he was He made a brief appearance in one of them because Johnny Depp was doing right. Johnny Depp. Kind of used him as yes. Muse Muse. Yeah, yeah, And don't forget if you want to go on the best prior to the Caribbean ride. You need to go to Disney Shanghai. Okay, where it is Unbelievable, Because it sucks it. Disney were easy, Does it? Dina? It doesn't. It's not good. I mean, like these animals like these Animatronic things come out of the water, and you're like, Really? No. Listen, Donna, Here's what you have to do when you go on an old timey original ride, one that's been in Disney world. Since 1971. You need to appreciate much like watching a black and white movie. You need to just say we're going to go back in time here. We're going to respect where technology was back then. Okay. But by comparison, the one in Shanghai When were you there? I wasn't but I saw it on YouTube. And it is a great 10 minute. Watch on YouTube it I want to go there so Bad because this ride is so interesting how they put it together. It just looks so bleeping fun. Oh, pardon my French. We got an email mind if we go to the E bag? Okay, here it goes Mountain here. Oh, man. We were talking about.

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"patti hansen" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"And i another picture way. Bandy and i know i knew way bandy makeup artist way bandy and near the end of his life about way all day tell me everything. We're way picture. I find first of all. There's a lack of white first of all. This was the guide like you'd see him. You'd kiss him on the mouth. You hold tighty you'll be like your best friend You know you just make you laugh make you happy. Just a joy guinea tallish. How how did you know that did you. Do you agree. That was the best. And how did you listen to do. Skin like the skin. I'm working out with the allies award skin. He could take patti hansen. Patti hansen was extremely frequently. Which is very fashion now and it was still because it was penny. Henson's she's gorgeous so is okay but the look was more like a mat with a little touch of porcelain skin. That was really the look white it out or if you're black and very a blackout to vary like intense contrast and with big make out here and the whole story and way could take patti hansen. Get rid of every freckle and give her this like this porcelain gorgeous skin that just sort of glow in front of the camera and she was. You know it was great in a club In shoots of course it was great with all that keen on halston all that draping the clothes falling off of you close that she's to where it was just really fantastic and it was like real face completely created face on that fixed using her as the blueprint of course choosing beautiful right right right right and then awake. I love way skin and i loved his eyes in his skin. I just thought you know what. And then yeah. That was a big loss to the world and also to industry. Yeah really. He was really appreciated his time in the everyone was sort of on thinks craig. I have that feeling that he he was appreciated while he was here and new. And yeah that makes that always makes me feel good because sometimes people they don't get to hear about it while they're here but that's so funny because i did. I did know that you design closed from the guggenheim. Told me that because it was an event think it was madonna opening four for basquiat or it was somehow it was really. I know that photo. I love okay. It's okay it's like i have. I have a kind of a bear claw hair very like louis cat. Tour's meets like some rockabilly look which was not always been kind of my story and had a bear claw and that he and i are shell. It was actually an andy took that photo. Andy was in the right there but he took the photo seat. You didn't see him and jump shot. I are watching madonna. Say something or whatever. I never got on with her. I tell you i never to this day. I don't and i have a lot of incredibly weird stories with her over the years where she always reached out to me. I somehow inadvertently just shut down. I didn't mean to a just things just there was received that way..

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"patti hansen" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"You would wear things that will loose and slowly so that when you danced. The closed just moved off your body and flow wherever they wanted to flow. And so that the aquifer patty with the Mesh totally in the center of her chest and not on the sides most admit. But that's just a moment you know that's just like one moment where she was just dancing. You know so. At end close one meant to move canary. Nothing was fixed. absence are not. it's okay. I have pictures of paddy a jan. She's another one. This one i think is nineteen eighty. Maybe eighty two. I realized we didn't say patty. Who patti hansen. So this would be god. I have to check. I think it's seventy seven is that for make is that for is up for this book now. This is gorgeous lows faulk spice caboodle one of his books his first book. Some china think this is nineteen seventy seven. It might be or seventy five women. Harry air home. What do you can talk about the makeup I wanna talk about it. That he has is known for freckles. And so. I didn't intentionally remove or freckles. It was just a point in time where foundations were heavier than a certain kind. Aiding it would wash our records. And i didn't whether she had them whether she doesn't she always looked great. So i never corrected that. I didn't think it needed a direction. And then she has. The black ridge of our joe is and she has the patty handsome lip and eric king. The hair he did the handful reminiscent of brigitte. Bardot and i did. The is rep. Bridget send There's no extensions or anything in that hair. That's all her. he would back home it a little bit. She and that's her natural color. And so that would be seventy seven and then this is also seventy seven. Why avalon difference in the look that she she could work with anybody there again. It's the brigitte bardot. Look that we did all we did it with adnan am next. The patty handsome lip and her lips are quite full in that picture. Yeah beautiful seventy seven. So apollo mellon was the editor. And then when you get to patty you can check her like in the nineties. Mock abramson this of photo and here. She's wearing the nudes and the neutral colors of the nineties. She's wearing the max spice and so and I just put a little bit of ground on her. Not a lot. But that are freckles. Shelling look how beautiful that is. And i carry king also did this year. I love that fear college. I know here okay..

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"patti hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He's been so big over the years is because he had a massive influence with the Beatles who did the long tall Sally to name a few of his songs CC are covered his songs Everly brothers the Kinks Elvis Costello the scorpions and much much more Little Richard the people in the fifties like him were like the bedrock that everybody built off of Brighton informing rock and roll right yes definitely so this is off memory and I want you to Google this okay this is what I remember about Little Richard growing up he officiated the wedding between Keith Richards and Patti Hansen in nineteen eighty three they got married Keith Richards wore blue suede shoes hi I remember this bear with me here Keith Richards wore blue suede shoes he bought a brand new pair in Patti Hansen wore blue underwear something old something new something borrowed something blue her blue was blue underwear and the reception I want to say was a barbecue where they had a merry achi band I don't know why I've remembered this over the years but Little Richard officiated the wedding with Keith Richards he still married Patti Hansen back in nineteen eighty three did I get that right probably I'm doing a little cursory googling it'll take up more of a deep dive to get all the all the details the you've listed though so to maybe take me another minute but I'll take your word for it I believe you I just remember Keith Richards rolling stones I want to say that Mick was the only one that made his wedding back in nineteen eighty three and I think they went out the night before I mean what do you do that if you're Keith Richards but I I just thought it was odd that you had the rolling stones you had to Little Richard you and Keith Richards who was you know the lead guitarist in the rolling stones Mick Jagger was at his wedding Little Richard who plays the piano was the he was officiating and they had a merry achi band as the entertainment sounds like a good time yeah you know you go to like Keith Richards wiki page and like the section it's personal life and its endless inside long so it's a good old Google Keith Richards Patti Hansen wedding nineteen eighty three while I'm there too okay I am a defective our phone number three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred coming up today I hope everyone is having a good self quarantine today because we're gonna talk lines we're gonna have the son father on Roger **** is the head groundskeeper for the Chicago White Sox I have them on every single spring because if you've listened to WGN radio over the years I'm obsessed with my lawn I live in the city so my lawn is the size of your master bathroom so just imagine you live in the suburbs your master bath that's the size of my lawn but im still obsessed with it you got fertilizer you got grass seed when you plant plant the flowers usually the rule of thumb is you don't plant flowers until after mother's day the side father Roger **** will be on right after two o'clock today he will be taking your calls at three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred he'll answer everything this guy is world renowned Major League Baseball calls into different parks to help out I'm telling you this guy's been around forever his father I want to say was the original side father for the white Sox and he took over yeah also coming up today we're gonna give away a mother's day pizza brunch from Lou Malnati is pizza mark mail not he's gonna join us at one thirty they're doing some great things we've said that people in Chicago have stepped up during the pandemic and Lou Mel nowadays is one of those restaurants and we're gonna have a mark on it one thirty to tell the story how they're raising money and at one forty five we're gonna give you a mother's day pizza brunch to win courtesy of Lou Malnati said and sometime this week MTV released everything from the eighties now here's the question did a guy do it and posted on Facebook or is it official we're still trying to find that out but any excuse to have an MTV in original MTV VJ mark Goodman is gonna join us in just a second I'm not quite sure yet if that's I read it on a website called consequence of sound that the releasing everything from nineteen eighty one to nineteen eighty nine all the programming including the commercials back in the eighties so that will be available online so we're gonna talk to mark in a second so many questions I grew up with MTV I loved it yeah I think I don't end there I'm wondering if you know kids and teens today still kind of grow up with it it's just such an incredibly different version of MTV probably to a lesser extent than you or I did do they have any music on MTV no I know was the pregnancy shows and they didn't really have much on when I was watching there was some music I thought they were gonna bring back videos and I don't think that's ever gonna have actually so honey tweet about this where it was a guy writer that I follow who used to work at MTV news and somebody made a crack like you're in the process of making right now like when was the last time they played music on MTV or something it's a perennial complaint sure its it's ever renewing and he was like I was working at MTV the week that prince died and they canceled all the regular programming and just played a bunch of old all the print stuff that they had the ball yeah interviews yeah I remember that videos for like a week and he said the ratings absolutely tanked thanks ten you're gonna say they went up no no and he was like and then a week later they went back to playing runs of a show called ridiculousness I think that's what this man and it's a horrible should see things like and our ratings popped right back up so you can complain I think that is the case though if you're an eighties kid like me that's all you watch in between shows you right on MTV yeah that was the thing now we to stare down at our phones during commercials we switch over to MTV watch video watch yeah I remote control I don't really have the need for it anymore no there really isn't because everything's in your hand but could they turn it into an app I think the shows are probably still somewhat popular but yeah the media landscape so fragmented kids are just on their phones damn kids yeah so we'll we'll talk to our mark Goodman next we're gonna take a break did you find anything on Little Richard I'm I'm sorry on Keith Richards wedding a little bit but just a couple pictures that did not feature Little Richard but okay don't seem satisfied with your own memory I am liable I trust you I think I believe you I just want to confirm it because I remember he wore blue suede shoes she wore blue underwear remember where you got all these details because I'm I remember reading it at the time remember a much older than you I'm a kid from the eighties we're gonna talk about live eight in the second with mark Goodman bites nineteen eighty three Keith Richards getting married was a big deal yeah I don't think he was room ever officially married had kids with the woman that he lived with I think Patty was his first wife and they're still married to this day and she's a great followed by the way on Instagram yeah I'm looking at pictures from the wedding there's Nick by his side okay do they show little Richard I cannot see Little Richard I'm trying I will keep working on the states Hey we have until three o'clock today and want to help you with Pete McMurray in for John Williams coming up next we'll talk to mark good man one of the original VJs from M. T. V. at seven twenty China.

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"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just get the owners are lower okay I'm thinking was a scandal vintage key in honor of Keith Richards turning seventy six today he may have mellowed with age but anyone who has read his memoir life can attest he is raising of Howard's fell several lifetimes and some of his why does this and scandalous moments we'll start with that okay I know that in nineteen seventy seven by the mid seventies he was a drug bust veteran but this one tops them all and it was the rolling stones at their peak February nineteen seventy seven Canadian cops find an ounce of heroin and Keith Richards hotel room he was charged with possession and trafficking in nineteen seventy seven looking at a potentially eloping prison term and he posted bond he got a special V. sat moving him to go an experimental addiction cure in the US and by the time the case came up a year later there were at like six hundred people outside the courtroom every time he turned up chanting pretty keen free and while he was out on video he even party with that prime minister Pierre Trudeau's first union right from Margaret who was hanging out with the band and he ended up just getting a community service sentence to play a benefit concert for the blind that was the punishment okay I know I there was this woman is name read yeah who was a devoted stones fan who was blind who led the resistance right now almost all the stories the other in his book light I'm in nineteen ninety two Keith Richards told an interviewer and adrenaline is the most amazing thing we have indeed his ability to go without sleep is almost beyond belief he recorded before they make me run which is and some there's some goes out on seventy eight in a five day studio but binge never slept and that we need he fell against the speaker when he woke up in a pool of blood he thought it was red wine details let's see also there's a story he purchases places the state in Sussex England in nineteen sixty six in a few minutes later became a site over in the sixties most infamous drug bass when twenty cops descended on the home looking for illegal substances Keith Richards Mick Jagger million faithful were all coming down from a day long acid trap and they were all home a rumor immediately spread that when the police arrived they interrupted an orgy in which Mick Jagger had been looking a candy bar that was put in a strategic place seven million face fall in fact Richard said he answered the door they said how the Mars bars that that Mister I don't know it just shows you what's on people's minds and also of course you know the we supporting his father's ashes is right about that and he said he took the lid off of his dad's ashes a fine spray of ashes blew out on the table I couldn't brush it off so I wait my finger over in just snorted up the room the job okay he learned to ski when he was a complete junkie in nineteen seventy two he was in exile from France on drug charges and from Britain for tax reasons K. moved to Switzerland with the need to Pallenberg and amid all the protein he learned how to ski and it was he said the reason I made it through exile was because of the top quality cocaine I could get in Switzerland how for final and I learned how to ski well there were no and that's a pretty place to learn how to use the nets also he's almost died so many times it's kind of but there's one close call he says is his most spectacular on December third nineteen sixty five are playing the last time in front of five thousand fans in Sacramento his guitar touched a microphone stand a flame shot out and he dropped to the ground unconscious motor thought he'd been shot because he flew in the air bag turned it he was shocked by this electrical surge from Mike he was carried out under oxygen rushed to the hospital and Richard Slater rafters he recalled a doctor saying well the either wake up or they don't they think Keith Richards survived because of the thick soles of his arm hush puppy show us where he's back on stage the very next may Keith Richards also the telling me he didn't kill his son he fell asleep at the wheel with a seven year old son in the backseat and crashed into a tree DS member he was in a tree wasn't there are a lot of trees he's in Fiji and you but he didn't have a blinding headache and to like two days later so that happened in two thousand and six twenty fourteen promoting his children's broadcasting history of my granddad my first guitar Keith was on Jimmy Fallon and he fell in asked him about he tell me about the time Chuck Berry punched in the face he said I was back in the dressing room he's very was collecting his money because he always got paid right up front and his guitar was laid out his case and I think our you know keep coming should just touch it when Keith picked up the instrument and he turns out on a strum the each chord check berry came in yelling nobody touches my guitar and slugs he's in the face and as I step is Keith Richards job found that's when Amtrak's biggest hits also have if you have to resembled and Keith Richards little story in nineteen seventy two they were playing in Chicago and Keith and the saxophone player Bobby keys were invited to stay at the playboy mansion and the almost set the whole place out because they were doing drugs in the bathroom and there's a thumping at the door and we realize everything behind us is on fire right now this was easily and then absolutely do it later relocated the playboy mansion to L. A. yeah I really did he is he's sober now he he drinks a little wine okay off the big track well I think he in nineteen ninety run after decades of drugs and sex and arrests and legendary in so the only way the only thing that was left for him to do was to settle down and he moved with his wife from New York City to Connecticut with Patty with Patti Hansen he also I have still married and also the call we call this naked and afraid during the late seventies Keith Richards had a relationship with the Swedish blonde whom he described in life is incredibly funny very ready and great one night they were staying in a rented house in laurel canyon when his gal little will command a fairly broken out in another room he apparently accidentally left the cigarette going in a few seconds to jump out the window he had a short T. shirt on that was that little was naked and when they return to the house the next day they found a large sign stuck in the black and grass it said thanks a lot Keith Keith well one thing it's a ride was a chest of drawers containing his passport his favorite tapes jewelry and a gun with five hundred rounds of ammunition so he is and then it it's only rock and roll thirty years many to Rolling Stone whining woods ex wife Jo road remembers the first time she met Keith Richards and you know he just shot up load up just did everything and she asked him one time she because she adored him and he's very close with a run red and I told him please I'm having my mother over for a dinner party would you please not this info anything after dinner he declared in now for dessert and pulled out a big data co slammed on the table and she just a mom I this is the guy this is history as he come from he yeah I think that's a regular it's a British accent a certain part of the country where they have a problem with T. H. is the EFS okay Keefe yeah does that sound training with his name today I am so shocked at how hot he was I never and like I said earlier I just think it up and then I was listening to him in these old some old interviews and holy to lead us to do Hey let's let's hear a little bit about she yeah interview from nineteen eighty two yeah all right we'll listen to one of seven.

Keith Richards
"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was this so you're you're recently overheard that just get going there Sir lower you can go okay a line of thinking is a scandal vintage set all all key in honor of Keith Richards turning seventy six today he may have mellowed with age but anyone who has read his memoir life can attest he is raised enough help fill several lifetimes yeah and some of his wildest and scandalous moments we'll start with Canada in nineteen seventy seven by the mid seventies he was a drug bust veteran but this one top them all and it was the rolling stones at their peak February nineteen seventy seven Canadian cops find an ounce of heroin and Keith Richards hotel room he was charged with possession and trafficking in nineteen seventy seven looking at a potentially lengthy prison term and he posted bond he got a special visa meeting him to go an experimental addiction cure in the US and by the time the case came up a year later there were like six hundred people outside the courtroom every time he turned up chanting free Keith free and while he was out on bail he even party with prime minister Pierre Trudeau's frisky young wife for Margaret who was hanging out with the band and he ended up just getting a community service sentence to play a benefit concert for the blind that was the punishment okay I know I did India was because there was this woman this name Rita who is a devoted stones fan was blind who led the resistance I love it I don't have it anyhow almost all these stories are in his book like Hey I'm in nineteen ninety two Keith Richards told an interviewer and adrenaline is the most amazing thing we have indeed his ability to go without sleep is almost beyond belief he recorded before they make me run which is and seven the some girls alum seventy eight in a five day studio bit binge never slept in Moorhead that when he finally said he fell against the speaker when he woke up in a pool of blood he thought it was red wine Steve Kerr off let's see also there's a story he purchases places the state and Sussex England in nineteen sixty six in a few months later became a site of what in the sixties most infamous drug bust when twenty cops descended on the home looking for illegal substances Keith Richards Mick Jagger Marianne Faithfull were all coming down from a day long acid trap and they were all home a rumor immediately spread that when the police arrived the interrupted an orgy in which Mick Jagger had been looking a candy bar that was put in a strategic place and Marianne faithful in fact Richard said he answered the door and he said how the Mars bars gotten a Sir I don't know it just shows you what's on people's minds also of course you know the we supporting his father's ashes need is right about that in yeah right he said he took the lid off of his dad's ashes a fine spray of ashes blew out on the table I couldn't brush it off so I white my finger over it and just snorted up the route the residual okay he learned to ski when he was a complete junkie in nineteen seventy two he was in exile from France on drug charges and from Britain for tax reasons K. moved to Switzerland with the need to Pallenberg and amid all the party he learned how to ski and it was he said the reason I made it through exile was because of the top quality cocaine I could get in Switzerland alpha Frank and I learned how to ski while doing it lead and that's a pretty place to learn how to is the next step also he's almost died so many times it's kind of legislators but there's one close call he says is his most spectacular on December third nineteen sixty five a plane the last time in front of five thousand fans in Sacramento his guitar touched a microphone stand of flame shot out in he dropped to the ground unconscious the promoter thought he'd been shot because he flew in the air bag words it turned it he was shocked by this electrical surge from the Mike he was carried out under oxygen rushed to the hospital and Richard Slater laughed as he recalled a doctor say well the either wake up or they don't they think Keith Richards survived because of the thick soles of his arm Wade hush puppy yes when they were he's back on stage the very next night Keith Richards also the Terry me he didn't kill his son he fell asleep at the wheel with a seven year old son in the backseat and crashed into a tree oh dear member Marley he was in a tree wasn't there are a lot of trees out of a tree he's in Fiji and he but he didn't have a blinding headache and to like two days later so that happened in two thousand and six in twenty fourteen more promoting his children's book cussing me the story of my granddad my first guitar Keith was on Jimmy Fallon and he fell in asked him about he tell me about the time Chuck Berry punched in the face he said I was back in the dressing room Keith berry was collecting his money because he always got paid right up front and his guitar was laid out in this case and I was like are you know keep coming should just touch it when Keith picked up the instrument and he told Alan a strum the each chord check berry came in yelling nobody touches my guitar and slugs he's in the face and as writer I sat as Keith Richards joked Fallon that's one of Chuck's biggest hits also half of the queue after was involved in a Keith Richards little story in nineteen seventy two they were playing in Chicago and Keith and the saxophone player Bobby keys were invited to stay at the playboy mansion and the almost set the whole place up because they were doing drugs in the bathroom and there's a thumping at the door and we realize everything behind us is on fire where I am now and easily and then have slit reader it later relocated the playboy mansion to L. A. all year yeah really so did he is he's sober now he drinks a little wine okay we don't go off the big track well I think he in nineteen ninety one after decades of drugs and sex and arrests and legendary in thirty years the only way the only thing that was left for him to do was to settle down and he moved with his wife from New York City to Connecticut with Patty with Patti Hansen the mountain he also head and they're still married today are and also the call we call this naked and afraid during the late seventies Keith Richards had a relationship with the Swedish blonde who he described in life is incredibly funny very witty and a great late one night they were staying in a rented house in laurel canyon when his gal Lil will come out fired broken out in another room he apparently accidentally left the cigarette going in a few seconds to jump out the window he had a short T. shirt on that was that little was naked and when they return to the house the next day they found a large sign stuck in the black and grass it said thanks a lot Keith Keith Adams the only thing that survivor was a chest of drawers containing his passport his favorite tapes jewelry and a gun with five hundred rounds of ammunition thou he is and then in it's only rock and roll thirty years married to Rolling Stone rainy woods ex wife Joe would remembers the first time she met Keith Richards and you know he just shot up let up just did everything and she asked him one time she because she adored him and he's very close with a runway and I told him please I'm having my mother over for a dinner party would you please not do this in front of you or anything after dinners he declared in now for dessert and pulled out a big big echo slammed on the table and she just a mom hi I can't help that hi this is the guy this is history as and where did the keep calm from Keith yeah I think that's a like in my case it's a British accent a certain part of the country where they have a problem with T. H. is that okay EFS okay Keith yeah does that sound training with his name today I just am so shocked at how hot he was I never and like I said earlier I just think it up and then I was listening to him in these old from old interviews and holy to lead us to do we don't play let's play let's hear a little bit about Keith yeah I like interview from nineteen eighty two yeah we'll listen to that we come back it's just hard mission was far as it went star one seven one everything three five tears seem appropriate.

Keith Richards
"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was a scandal was this your recently overheard the to skip going there Sir lord you can go okay thank you as a scandal vintage it also key in honor of Keith Richards turning seventy six today he may have mellowed with age but anyone who has read his memoir life can attest he is raised enough held fill several lifetime yeah and because some of the as wild as and scandalous moments we'll start with Canada in nineteen seventy seven by the mid seventies he was a drug bust veteran but this one top them all and it was the rolling stones at their peak February nineteen seventy seven Canadian cops find an ounce of heroin and Keith Richards hotel room he was charged with possession and trafficking in nineteen seventy seven looking at a potentially lengthy prison term and he posted bond he got a special visa meeting him to go an experimental addiction cure in the US and by the time the case came up a year later there were like six hundred people outside the courtroom every time he turned up chanting free Keith free and while he was out on bail he even party with prime minister Pierre Trudeau's frisky young wife for Margaret who was hanging out with the band and he ended up just getting a community service sentence to play a benefit concert for the blind that was the punishment okay I know I did India was because there was this woman is name Rita who is a devoted stones fan who was blind who led the resistance I love it I don't have it and almost all the stories the are in his book les Cayes I'm in nineteen ninety two Keith Richards told an interviewer and adrenaline is the most amazing thing we have indeed his ability to go without sleep is almost beyond belief he recorded before they make me run which is and seven the some girls alum seventy eight in a five day studio bit binge never slept everyone and that when he finally said he fell against the speaker when he woke up in a pool of blood he thought it was red wine Steve Kerr off let's see also there's a story he purchases places the state in Sussex England in nineteen sixty six in a few months later became a site of what in the sixties most infamous drug bust when twenty cops descended on the home looking for illegal substances Keith Richards Mick Jagger Marianne Faithfull were all coming down from a day long acid trap and they were all home a rumor immediately spread that when the police arrived the interrupted an orgy in which Mick Jagger had been looking a candy bar that was put in a strategic place and Merion face fall in fact Richard said he answered the door and he said how the Mars bars gotten the Sir I don't know it just shows you what's on people's minds also of course you know the we supporting his father's ashes need is right about that in Yang then like he said he took the lid off of his dad's ashes a fine spray of ashes blew out on the table I couldn't brush it off so I white my finger over it and just snorted up the river the residual okay he learned to ski when he was a complete junkie in nineteen seventy two he was in exile from France on drug charges and from Britain for tax reasons K. moved to Switzerland with the need to Pallenberg and amid all the per team he learned how to ski and it was he said the reason I made it through exile was because of the top quality cocaine I could get in Switzerland alpha Frank and I learned how to ski while doing it lead and that's a pretty place to learn how to use the nets also he's almost died so many times it's kind of legendary but there's one close call he says is his most spectacular on December third nineteen sixty five a plane the last time in front of five thousand fans in Sacramento his guitar touched a microphone stand a flame shot out in he dropped to the ground unconscious the promoter thought he'd been shot because he flew in the air bag words it turned it he was shocked by this electrical surge from the Mike he was carried out under oxygen rushed to the hospital and Richard later laughed as he recalled a doctor say well the either wake up or they don't they think Keith Richards survived because of the thick soles of his arm Wade hush puppy show us where they were he's back on stage the very next night Keith Richards also the Terry me he didn't kill his son he fell asleep at the wheel with a seven year old son in the backseat and crashed into a tree Dan member Marley he was in a tree wasn't there are a lot of lot of intrigue boot he's in Fiji and he but he didn't have a blinding headache and to like two days later so that happened in two thousand and six in twenty fourteen while promoting his children's book cussing me the story of my granddad my first guitar Keith was on Jimmy Fallon and he fell in asked him about he tell me about the time Chuck Berry punched in the face he said I was back in the dressing room Keith berry was collecting this money because he always got paid right up front and his guitar was laid out his case and there's like you know keep coming should just touch it when Keith picked up the instrument and he told found a strum the each chord check berry came in yelling nobody touches my guitar and slugs he's in the face and as Roger I sat as Keith Richards joked Fallon that's one of Chuck's biggest hits also half thank you after was involved in a Keith Richards little story in nineteen seventy two they were playing in Chicago and Keith and the saxophone player Bobby keys were invited to stay at the playboy mansion and the almost set the whole place up because they were doing drugs in the bathroom and there's a thumping at the door and we realize everything behind us is on fire for crying out loud easily and then have fleet reader it later relocated the playboy mansion to L. A. all year yeah really so did he is he's sober now he drinks a little wine okay when you go off the big track well I think he in nineteen ninety one after decades of drugs and sex than arrests and legendary in thirty years the only way the only thing that was left for him to do was to settle down and he moved with his wife from New York City to Connecticut with Patty with Patti Hansen the mountain he also hand there still mirrored today are and also the call will call this naked and afraid during the late seventies Keith Richards had a relationship with the Swedish blonde who he described in life is incredibly funny very witty and great late one night they were staying in a rented house in laurel canyon when his gal Lil will come out a fire had broken out in another room he apparently accidentally left the cigarette going in a few seconds to jump out the window he had a short T. shirt on that was that little was naked and when they return to the house the next day they found a large sign stuck in the black and grass that said thanks a lot Keith Keith the only thing that's arrival was a chest of drawers containing his passport his favorite tapes jewelry and a gun with five hundred rounds of ammunition thou he is and then in it's only rock and roll thirty years married to Rolling Stone rainy woods ex wife Joe would remembers the first time she met Keith Richards and you know he just shot up let up just did everything and she asked him one time she because she adored him and he's very close with a runway and I told him please I'm having my mother over for a dinner party would you please not do this in front of anything after dinners he declared in now for dessert and pulled out a big big echo slammed on the table and she just a mom I I can't help that hi this is the guy this is history as and where did the keep calm from Keith yeah I think that's a like a it's a it's a British accent a certain part of the country where they have a problem with T. H. is that okay EFS okay Keith yeah because that sod turning with his name today I am so shocked at how hot he was I never and like I said earlier I just think it up and then I was listening to him in these old from old interviews and holy Toledo slowly we don't play let's play let's hear a little bit about Keith yeah I like interview from nineteen eighty two yeah we'll listen to that might come back it's just part of the my top experience for more fun follow us on social media by my top one oh seven one on Instagram Facebook and Twitter please not please in the bottom Phillies.

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"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:37 min | 3 years ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Playmate actress all living fantasy for millions of men in nineteen eighty Dorothy Stratten in many ways was almost like a fantasy of what the playboy reader or the playboy fan would launch this was a sweet effervescent angel with the Canadian beauty was still in high school Paul Snyder a local Pam and small time promoter approached her while she was working at the dairy queen in Vancouver I was surprised you think of him and you sink of a wolf tell me scenes of sexy girl the dairy queen what can happen for me through her is of interest so this is this a this says Snyder you know and their whole story is you know shown in this like star eighty but it was still written about at the time and there were so many articles because Chris Dorothy Stratten falls in love with Peter Bogdanovich yes director yes I think we get into that maybe in the stacks on Snyder and Stratton start dating and he convinces Dorothy to pose nude for playboy submission voters playboy had a big play made hunt looking for the twenty fifth anniversary playmate Dorothy was one of the runners up I want to lead the way for for forty three years it was pretty easy hello if a girl was going to make it or not after catching the eye of iconic mogul Hugh Hefner she was crowned nineteen eighty playmate of the year earning all of the perks that came with it I got a sixty five thousand dollar Russian for several college and see that would add twenty six thousand dollar jaguar twenty five thousand dollar check and started landing movie and television roles but not before marrying Snyder he pushed her to marry him she I don't think really wanted to she felt that she owed Hannah says she just kept hoping for the best she was the meal ticket but he was afraid that he could lose her which she did as threatened star rose a big time movie director Peter Bogdanovich also became infatuated with her and castor in one of his movies compared to Paul but Dennis which was a prince when you're comparing falling Mignon too hot dog on a stick there's a big difference between her newfound success and love affair with Bogdanovich Dorothy decided to separate from Snyder so she drove to his house and that was in there she felt that there is any danger in anything with fall cider and then bang she was murdered now after killing Stratton Snyder turned the gun on himself her life and death have inspired countless books and movies including Bob Fosse's classic film star eighty and you know a I don't know how the movie would have mailed up at the time I mean right yes Ebert Siskel and Ebert liked the movie star AT and does today yeah says it's eighty three percent I hated that movie I remember seeing it I hated it in there might have been too because it was closer than I was so young when I the same age yeah gene Siskel ported on is top ten lists best really nineteen ninety three even though he said the movie is unpleasant to watch she acknowledged that the Eric Roberts character playing her has been the night last murder rates so disturbing he was so gross in that movie Roger Ebert called it important movie because it was a big screen movie about the depiction of somebody who was verbally and emotionally abusive okay and that you had that hadn't really been anything we'd seen on the big screen right and you know just to tell you the Peter Bogdanovich the movie that a caster and was they all laughed it was in nineteen eighty one and it's the sign synopsis of the story is an American Hosler dollar skews me he was trying to pay homage and make fun of nineteen thirties musicals okay starred Andrea Halpern why it start I agree happened Ben Gurion Garcia is our is our I Patti Hansen John Ritter Dorothy Dorothy Stratten and that's the last of the big names we now but she it's it was a big deal yeah well I and also yeah she was I mean she was just beautiful and it was like what a huge tragic story and I just remember that that was just like a big for their just a lot of stories about it it was controversial when they made the movie because our her her family wasn't happy I realize that I mean I remember me and Roger Ebert felt that Eric Roberts should have been nominated for an Oscar for his work for star AT because he played such an unpleasant he did end and you know he's just said a Hollywood will not nominated actor for playing a creep no matter what but I think they have Jane just yeah yeah but anyway I just thought that was just kinda interesting and the guy who said that Peter Bogdanovich was of filet Mignon yeah the hot dog that is Max bearer we and he is Jethro from the Beverly hillbillies I have no idea why was he weighing in on door NO straddle know somebody would have to Google that right and that wasn't me who did that but I don't ever looking at I go Max Baer B. eight E. R. is not Jethro see certainly wise Snyder hired after she moved in with Peter Bogdanovich yeah hired a private eye you to find out what she was doing and then he when he found her he raped her arm and then shot her in the face of my twelve gauge shot gun and then turned it on himself yeah it was just it's it's two hours tonight worry the two hour it's going on for two hours tonight yeah I know yeah but just kind of like V. and looking back at the abuse and you know being discovered he was nine years older than her and a dairy queen and then it's very you know of several years later however lying when Pamela Anderson is discovered to have you know at a hockey game in Vancouver and just the you know this this is what happened was always looking for Max Baer was one of Paul's nighters friend all of that's the connection and he six of Dorothy said she didn't believe that everybody lied and all the liars came to Los Angeles and he's the one who called his friend a hot that compared brain alright so that was the connection very well done thank you for sure yeah Jeez Louise jury are we ready for a tornado drum I mean Helen hunt is okay yesterday she flipped over and S. U. V. twister we had Whistler I even went to the eye and is good as it gets with Jack Nicholson yeah I went to eat I went to the twister I was I think Universal Studios when we went down there we went through the twister thing with us on yeah yeah it really was anyways movie with shells yeah she's fine with bill Paxton Paxton and Helen and I love that movie well the guys so the car flipped over and the people who ran to help her to grand backseat and then after she was in an ambulance and everything they they're like Dino that wise needs like I had no idea needed out.

"patti hansen" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

11:52 min | 3 years ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on WSB-AM

"We'll be hearing from the folks behind Atlanta science festival the amplify Decatur music festival and the Brookhaven cherry blossom festival, and our I guess we'll be talking about the ladder. Please welcome Patti Hansen. She's fun development director for city of Brookhaven. I wanna say fun development director for the city. We do a lot of that too. Located in DeKalb county Brookhaven spans more than twelve square miles with a population of about fifty thousand it seeing great growth and transformation in recent years. And it has a big event coming soon the Brookhaven cherry blossom festival March thirtieth through thirty. I it features live music and artists market car show, food and drinks a kids zone and pet activities. You can learn more at Brookhaven G A dot gov slash festival. Patty. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me here. A real pleasure. And I love the ad. You just did for the festival. Like, I said, thanks for joining us, especially on your way to the Atlanta United game, you're pre-game in with us. Tailgate? I have fun. So he give us a little bit of the history around Brookhaven's cherry blossom festival why cherry blossoms while the cherry blossom is the official tree of the city of Brookhaven. And as a matter of fact, we have now probably hundreds of them all all around the city and many of them in Blackburn park presently blossoming, we're trying to get them to slow down a little bit. Yes. That's a whole other issue as well. It's okay. We can have this rain now because we are ordering sunshine all weekend March thirtieth and thirty first. That's that's really the background of the cherry blossom Rebecca chase Williams at the time. I believe was mayor pro tem when she champion of this festival five years ago. She later became mayor, and she just truly believed and was backed up by the mayor and the council and a big group of citizens that Brookhaven should have really deserves. It's it's very own festival. And this is just a fantastic community event that has grown and grown. And just really it's only five years old and we've got some pretty big hitters coming this year. So with that growth comes an economic impact. What sort of economic impact does the festival have on the city of Brookhaven? How is it important in that way? Well, do you know if you think about it, this this isn't an area that municipalities used to get into an in any way? You had your junior your fourth of July picnics that sort of thing when we're all growing up, but really at the nineteen ninety s people started to look at how many people were coming in two cities that were having having events and really sort of took off just around two thousand one two thousand and two. I mean, you know about bonnaroo every. You haven't lived. If you haven't got us something like that. And people are just say, hey, you know, why why can't if everyone else can do that can't we do that? And sort of a plus side of that here in Atlanta is we are music central. I mean, we've got so much talent here music arts excited people who come out and go to things we've got some beautiful weather last week's notwithstanding and people come they they spend money. They support artists we have about a hundred independent local artists who will be here selling beautiful crafts. They can they support your support your local artists they enjoy food and drink in your restaurants. We have you know, we've got a spike and hotels, all of that feeds into that economic development of the city and issue that you get your name out there. Absolutely. Yes. Yes. And speaking of that community around beautiful Brookhaven, how does the cherry blossom festival serve as a tool to really strengthen and build community within city of Brookhaven as this is absolutely one of my favorite things about the cherry blossom festival. Is it grew out of the community? It had its, sir. Reflective. It's got a classic car show is one hundred percent volunteers. They come in they organize it. They get it set up and you see to come on out. You will see the happiest people. Just beautiful vehicles. You come right down from the classic car show. You hit pet world, which as you know, in and of itself could be a festival there is Lord chasing people line up people line up for like an hour with their dogs for them to chase. These lawyers around the soccer field. The donation for for the money that you pay to have your dog run is is goes to a five. Oh, one C three. I do not believe they've named yet. They're going to name the five. Oh one St. right before it'll be a local pet rescue. Okay. And there's the pet parade. Bring your dog. Rate right next to that as kids zone, and I was just talking to someone who is telling me he might bring his family. And I said good luck getting your kid out of kids on. It's amazing watching that we go from there to the arts and the music. Yes. And I wanna talk all about that. In just a moment. Folks. If you're just tuning in. You're listening to the weekly checkup brought to you by Georgia urology, I'm guest hosts, John Waterhouse and this week we're talking with Patti Hansen. She's fund development director for city of Brookhaven. And we're talking about Brookhaven's upcoming cherry blossom festival March thirtieth through thirty first now Patty this year's festival has quite the lineup. You were teasing about this a blend of acts from the nineteen nineties with some eighties. Nostalgia thrown in for good measure, and you also have some rising stars on the Bill. Tell us about the creation of this lineup and the thought behind it. Well, I have to give a lot of credit for the creation of a lineup to. Our mayor and council tell you the truth they got behind this. They said where here why why can't why can't we have these great big acts. What really I think triggered that was Ed Rollins played a couple of years ago. Yes, collective soul. And it was great with absolutely Brookhaven was thrilled to get him. He came in and the community loved it. He did a fantastic job did leave the stage and people said, wow, this is real this is really a great place for music. So they last year really backed that up. We partnered with live nation right down the street. Right. Fantastic. Absolutely fantastic talented group group of people and what's behind that. Is they give us. Great advice. I'm gonna take credit, but I can I can we talk about who's coming. Let's do it. Yes. Well, we've got the Saturday lineup is just an absolute blast. It's I love the way people react to it. We've got the romantics from the eighties nineties era. What about you? Exactly. When you when you say that to people they start singing at. Yup. That's them and spin, you know, spin doctors right there. I mean, it's just so exciting to to have them flying in for it. And then the headliner is smash mouth. And you again, all free of these groups people start to sing at you. Immediately. Smash smash mouth will go on about four forty five and wrap it up. And I imagine we will have a lot of rain or shine for that lineup. We're going to have a huge group of people, and I'll talk a minute about the up in commerce, but let me tell you Sunday night. Our headliner is the wallflowers. Yes. Which people just about passed out when you told them, we got them. It was so exciting. We we had this huge shot of people wanting to volunteer when we put the lineup. Sorry. I can imagine. I think we should start. You know, start to be like the PJ in charge people for. Now, I'm kidding. Our volunteers are fantastic and experience we really appreciate it. But an addition to these guys, you're right. We've got some up and coming the marinas or an L LA band actually with Atlanta roots. So we're very excited to welcome them back there on the rise. We were thrilled to hear that they were going to be coming out. I think they're going to be dropping something right right after the festival slowly hear more about that very exciting. We've got jersey done on Sunday is he's out of Chicago. She gets great great right up in the Chicago Tribune real storyteller. Fantastic music with our history, you think she's much older than she issues. I like early twenties and has been in and around music. I think since she was about five years old. And a way for the answer that one and then on as a matter of fact on Saturday morning, we have got HANA the Charleston lineup. They came to our attention because they had opened for the indigo girls last year. Okay. And we just we love finding those people we want you to come to the cherry blossom festival to see who you're going to see it music midtown. And a couple of years. I was there. I saw that. I knew they were someone and we've got this fantastic big-name classic talented, folks. And I've got one more who has been at the cherry blossom festival or five years and wrote the Brookhaven song. Local Wesley cook will be back on Sunday morning thrilled to have him. Can't wait to see him. Again, Wesley has been around for a bit. I always puts on a great show. So he'll be kicking us off. Mel, wait. A second Brookhaven has its official song. It. Written as a matter of fact by Wesley, cook, inspired. I think by. Mayor chase Williams. It has its official song. And I think if you come to the festival on Sunday. There's a very good chance you will see it. And perhaps if you're from Brookhaven, you should sing along with it. I'm Patty, you're not going to a few bars. Sing a few bars gross today. I'm not going to put a hand. Only because you know, I g music festivals is because I was a musician. And what I what you learn when you're a musician when you get to a certain age is that you're not the best in the world. Oh, man. This is something you should do the same with the arts. We're you know, we've got some fantastic people out there. Refr-? There's just going to be so much talent. In Burke, Evan thirtieth or thirty first. Stuff folks. You're listening to the weekly checkup here on WSB brought to you by Georgia urology, I'm guest hosts, John Waterhouse and this week. We're chatting with Patti Hansen fund development director for city of Brookhaven Brookhaven getting ready to drop the Brookhaven cherry blossom festival March thirtieth through thirty first. We'll be back in just a few moments right here on the weekly checkup on WSB. Three twenty cool right carrier WSB twenty four hour traffic center. 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"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"patti hansen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Of the president. Need our mothers real. Text messages exchanging, and then Michelle posted it on her. She could. He's also love because she said during wasn't necessarily on the Instagram posts. But in the tech, she said, I am a real star convince her mother because her mother doesn't believe it is inter yeah. Yeah. So I just thought that was very funny. Yes. And it was a good show. I okay back to fashion week for one second. We'll we'll post this story to Harper's bazaar. Did a nice job of rounding up like the top moments. And we talked about Christy Turlington. She wasn't the only legend. I mean, it was kind of a seasoned of legends. We'll talk about this a little bit. But Christie Brinkley closed E to hari's fortieth anniversary show with her daughter. Different different wine when she walked in more than that was after it was it was it was later in the show. Yes. Patti Hansen who was the inspiration behind Michael Kors seventies collection. He closed the show. I guess that must have been before the Barry Manilow moment. Or after I don't know in sort of a. Big dramatic like could caped piece again kind of orange and sparkly lot of color. Lot of color, and kind of a whole new generation of rising stars names, you probably haven't heard of but we'll let but will included are bat Sheva. Oh, Kate spelled K H A IT, marina, Moscone and area. So I mean all. To look for and then dogs. Leila rose goes to the dogs. Did you see these pictures at the Leila rose show? They had all these adorable dogs walking with the model. You know, the same time as the Westminister. Yes. Yes. Yes. And also Lil Kim did a surprise runway performance you dress. Kind of. I mean. She was in a jumpsuit, and it was a deep cut v. It was kind of gold craziness long sleeve, but she looks so shoot mush her boobs are like I mean, I want to give out. You know, how she got the notes out because you look, so we'll post this on the shopgirls pages. Whilst you can check that out. All right. We will be right back with who's look as it anyway. Right. After this. Recently overheard on Donna, and Steve I had an idea. Ever chocolate milk or milk carton to be sold to kids, and it would be called utterly great milk. And then the kid would get the carton and on the face of the carton is a photo utter new would suckle. Right on. So let me tell you. We're trying to get them off the team. Let me tell you. It'd be good for please don't know. Now, you've had a long lustrous career here. And I'd hate to see it all fall apart with just one lack of filter moment. It'd be good for a bachelorette party. Bachelor party. No. For a little bit. Because I warned.

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Puerto Rico, Karen Travers and Keith Richards discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:16 sec | 4 years ago

Puerto Rico, Karen Travers and Keith Richards discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"Despite widespread criticism and a staggering death toll on Tuesday. He said it was an incredible unsung success. I think in a certain way the best job we did was Puerto Rico. But nobody would understand that. I mean, that's. Stand. It was very hard very hard thing.

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