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"perkins palace" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

06:54 min | 4 months ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Me the script. I remember reading the script in hating it. And i just thought it was awful. I didn't like movies. And this is like poruguese which hadn't even seen. But i didn't think it was very good and my parents said. Just go with it. Could be fun. Could be a fun summer job. So i auditioned for her and she's a great. Why don't you come auditioned for the director. And so then. I met him and that went. Well then there's a music angle too. Because i had button from england. Because i always anglophiles. I had a button at the jam and probably the clash and i remember him asking. If i'd ever seen the jan no. I was still mad at my parents. Were not letting me see jam at perkins palace and eighty two. He had seen the jam in chicago. And and so. I think mostly we talked about music which was fun and he he was good at getting a reporter with kids so that was kind of it and then it. It went on and on and on for months spot. It was just kind of fun. Can i ask because you were not dressed how you are now just kind of like a nice low preppy shirt collared shirt. Are you dressed because you you must have caught her attention with whatever you were wearing it was looking yeah she wasn't for nerds so it's not forget that okay so bring members something similar. Maybe i was trying to dress like a mod. Because i was really into mob is a. It's still my favorite so you were failing miserably at dressing like god. I don't know if i was. But i do remember. No actually. this is relevant. I think it was not long before that. I cut out a coupon for a hairstylist place. On melrose from the la weekly and it said they would do punk and new wave and maud haircuts awesome. I'll take them auburn. And i don't remember the name of the place or anything. But i went and the guy was horrible and he cut my ear. He was he was bad and my hair wasn't responding. Does the worst and it was. It was a really bad obviously visibly bad haircut. And i think i had that haircut when she saw me walking down the aisle gone. There's a nerd. That'll work shape. I'm sure wow let sign him up. So they're they're pretty funny. Okay so when you when you said it went on and on meaning. Did the whole process went on for a long time. You didn't like the script. When did you realize this. This might be good or did you ever think like oh. This might be something good. These people are working with. I've never thought it was good so even to this day even to this day. Yeah but i didn't know it would ever be popular and it was on a huge head but it's obviously had some staying power and i didn't know enough to To be able to predict that kind of thing pretty cemented in a culture. Now is yeah. Yeah it certainly is just the fact that anybody wants to still talk about it a couple. I don't know how many years ago it was. One of the anniversaries twenty fifth or thirtieth or something at the castro theatre in san francisco. Which is a big beautiful movie theater. There was an anniversary screening and they had some of the cast members. And i joined them for that so that was nice and and just a reflection that the thing continues but but as far as the whole process I remember being excited. And then not hearing anything. And i think i'd stopped buying concert tickets for a few weeks because well i might not be able to go to the show and then i thought i. It's not going to happen. So i started buying concert tickets again. And then it's funny. How it all comes back to me is like And then missing a bunch of the shows. I still have some of the tickets. Because i was either going to audition going to chicago or something like that might have reimbursed you for that permits shows paid off in the long run. Who knew you know at the time. I guess you pretty much knew you were making a movie with a stray. But i remember missing fun boy. Three of the palace in eighty four. And i still have that too. I think i might have been there. Do you still save all your. Do you want me to show you some right now. That are relevant. Why not i bring them up going through some of them. So i know we're gonna talk on the bunny man. So this is one of the shows i had to miss at the palladium and eighty four all right march sixteenth nineteen eighty-four the what's the What's the price on their ten. Seventy five with a whopping dollar fifty surcharge. Yeah the surcharges will kill you. How much we're pissed off at the time. Oh yeah and then when we were in chicago making the movie. John hughes sent the kids to to concerts. We went and saw the vinyls at this club. Which was fine and david bowie. I still have that ticket at the rosemont horizon on the. Let's dance tour. Oh that's that's an arena right. So is a smaller. 'cause he was doing stadiums for that for the series men light so you got to see him. Small little venue. Yeah and then. I had bought i remember. I think maybe it's still in chicago at wax. Trax buying serious moonlight bootleg double album. That i've since sold. I don't remember when or why but i wish i still had that. You've sold some vinyl. Apparently you just tells me that you gave up on your vinyl. That's that's because you've moved to too many times right. Yeah i it's abby finalists. Too heavy makes a about and it's one of those things. That's too easy to downsize. When you're downsizing it's funny. When i did sell it which was just before the kids were born lots in great and quite a range of things and then i just felt sick afterwards and i went back to the record store day and asked if i could have my copy of quadrophenia back and they charged me for pastors. Have you girls discovered vinyl yet. Oh yeah yeah. We go record shopping. There's a little record store in san rafael. Like five minutes away called red devil records that we go to pretty regularly. Well that's fun good. I'm okay with everyone behind you supporting you because most during the filming of sixteen candles. This is your first job. You're just you're literally a guy came off the street and his film. These other people are professional actors. Like i mean even though their kids they've been doing this for a while. Yeah it was interesting. Because i remember a lot of people were starting out so like while we were shooting yet. Vacation came out which i think was anthony. Michael hall's first movie and class came out which. I think john cusak verse movies so they were..

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"perkins palace" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

06:59 min | 7 months ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"Welcome back to the tapes archive podcast where we release interviews. That have never been heard before in this episode. We have the basis and founding member of the red hot chili peppers flea at the time of this interview in nineteen ninety. Six fleet was thirty four years old and was promoting. The band's upcoming concert with new stars. Dave navarro in the interview flea talks about what made him pick up the base the meaning behind the song p. and if he regrets his past drug use as always we have music critic mark allen at the helm conducting the interview. One last thing before we get to the interview. That tape archive. Podcast is a proud member of cyrus media a global community connecting passionate fans with podcast and experiences about rs and topics you love. Thanks for tune in and now time to open the volt i. I'm fine thank you. How are you want to start off by asking is strange to think of yourself as an arena band. No not really. I mean because we've worked for so long to get to this point where we're playing arenas spent so many years. Starting in this lawless little clubs were way up to mega domes and It's been a very gradual thing so it hasn't been like all of a sudden opinions. Bq jelena's like this for so many bands. Were working in for us. So it's not i mean. Are you glad that you worked your way up that way. I felt good about where at how we got at. I feel like that we've worked hard and we have a good understanding of what it is to be where we are understand the value of work. Can we understand the value of discipline and understand that the fruits of creativity feel like this is the best lineup since the first lineup of the band. I can't say that now. I think this is an expert lineup. That i think would different than any other lineup and i think we are smoking but I think that the john fashanu lineup. This very amazing. And i think that the original is really strong and misdee- initial impetus further suspend. It's hard to compare them. You know they're all hello. John fashanu dave navarro very different people very different ideas and very different ways of expressing themselves. I think this is a great one. If i didn't feel it was clear them. Smoking banned in the world. I wouldn't be out here playing. Arenas was it a goal to get to this level I kinda like often some foggy distance. Perhaps all the player is no. But i more thought of like playing there was a place called in los angeles. This computer called perkins palace. I think it holds about fifteen hundred or two thousand people. And i see parents down. I thank god that was my biggest goal palace that was always thought we make it like the perkins palace. That would be like my dream. Come true the greatest thing in my life. Us kind of clips. That haven't you. We could do that. You know obviously power. You can make enough money to paint event and have another job. You're doing real good chat and I think it was in the rolling stone piece refers to this as a new band with new priorities. Is that the way you see it to I don't know my priorities aren't any different. I don't know what he's talking about the new band. Dave definitely has different priorities in his life than anyone else has never been in. This band has narrowed personal satisfaction. What made you pick up a piece when you originally started playing bass. Hello slovak said to me We've bass player in my band wheel and the world. Yeah that's that's how. I think most bass players start out here. The band needs a bass player and And and there you go. Yeah i guess so. Yeah and did you become as great at as you are by just just constant practice and or mean. Ross run economy. Great thank you. I do i want to call you. Thank you very much. I i developed my style on the base by just trying and by listening to music that i like listening to a wide variety of different musics and trying to understand different feelings as music in lots of different types of music and just being myself not trying to be anyone else and by a really loving firstly. I think you know just truly loving nothing you hills strings. Nothing feels when i get inside. Someone's kicked it did it. Did it come naturally to you. Pretty naturally rhythm in music comes pretty naturally. Can you play other instruments to play guitar guitar. Songwriting on guitar okay. I don't really guitar playing very not virtuosic you'd say i. I couldn't make form on the guitar. Even though i do. Occasionally do co. shows singing playing guitar myself. But i don't do either of those very outsmarting whole thing you know i do. I played trumpet trumpet before i started playing basement. Goal my first jazz classical trumpet player until much to my parents to smith gave it up and when punk rock bass player actually. They always supported me. They're always interested in people playing bass. I played bass and i was just horrible at it and and i'm always curious when when i talked to people about who play it. 'cause it's just remarkable to me when when people are great at it you know where people are really proficient and and stuff and really understand the instrument is you seem to know what you can do with it and then take it another directions as well But i i to me it for like payments as any instrument that just amount of loving it and doing your own thing and not doing anyone else's thing and then how you can talk a bit about The song p what. What inspired that was this particular incident or i think it was mostly inspired by being in nature and by having the feeling of getting away from being in the big city where i feel like i'm so important in a big city because i you know dealing with all these things are really insignificant like You know money and power and property and you know all these material things and you start to feel. These things are meaningless. That you start to feel like you're important. You controlling all these. These meaningless things and i get out into nature in costa rica laughter. Somewhere sure and I started becoming very small. Because i'm dealing with things that are actually very meaningful lakes sky rocks and shit like that ocean wildlife Actually really small realizing that feeling. Let's talk about the thing is. We are all insignificant little specks shit to realize that is intense spiritual realization really. I mean seriously and That's beautiful to me. Talk about these be to make it. Where was that.

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"perkins palace" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

03:32 min | 7 months ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"I. I'm fine thank you. How are you want to start off by asking is strange to think of yourself as an arena band. No not really. I mean because we've worked for so long to get to this point where we're playing arenas spent so many years. Starting in this lawless little clubs were way up to mega domes and It's been a very gradual thing so it hasn't been like all of a sudden opinions. Bq jelena's like this for so many bands. Were working in for us. So it's not i mean. Are you glad that you worked your way up that way. I felt good about where at how we got at. I feel like that we've worked hard and we have a good understanding of what it is to be where we are understand the value of work. Can we understand the value of discipline and understand that the fruits of creativity feel like this is the best lineup since the first lineup of the band. I can't say that now. I think this is an expert lineup. That i think would different than any other lineup and i think we are smoking but I think that the john fashanu lineup. This very amazing. And i think that the original is really strong and misdee- initial impetus further suspend. It's hard to compare them. You know they're all hello. John fashanu dave navarro very different people very different ideas and very different ways of expressing themselves. I think this is a great one. If i didn't feel it was clear them. Smoking banned in the world. I wouldn't be out here playing. Arenas was it a goal to get to this level I kinda like often some foggy distance. Perhaps all the player is no. But i more thought of like playing there was a place called in los angeles. This computer called perkins palace. I think it holds about fifteen hundred or two thousand people. And i see parents down. I thank god that was my biggest goal palace that was always thought we make it like the perkins palace. That would be like my dream. Come true the greatest thing in my life. Us kind of clips. That haven't you. We could do that. You know obviously power. You can make enough money to paint event and have another job. You're doing real good chat and I think it was in the rolling stone piece refers to this as a new band with new priorities. Is that the way you see it to I don't know my priorities aren't any different. I don't know what he's talking about the new band. Dave definitely has different priorities in his life than anyone else has never been in. This band has narrowed personal satisfaction. What made you pick up a piece when you originally started playing bass. Hello slovak said to me We've bass player in my band wheel and the world. Yeah that's that's how. I think most bass players start out here. The band needs a bass player and And and there you go. Yeah i guess so. Yeah and did you become as great at as you are by just just constant practice and or mean. Ross run economy. Great thank you. I do i want to call you. Thank you very much. I i developed my style on the base by just trying and by listening to music that i like listening to a wide variety of different musics and trying to understand different feelings as music in lots of different types of music and just being myself not trying to be anyone else and by a really loving firstly. I think you know just truly loving nothing you hills strings. Nothing feels when i get inside. Someone's kicked

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1996 Interview With Flea Of The Red Hot Chili Peppers

The Tapes Archive

03:32 min | 7 months ago

1996 Interview With Flea Of The Red Hot Chili Peppers

"I. I'm fine thank you. How are you want to start off by asking is strange to think of yourself as an arena band. No not really. I mean because we've worked for so long to get to this point where we're playing arenas spent so many years. Starting in this lawless little clubs were way up to mega domes and It's been a very gradual thing so it hasn't been like all of a sudden opinions. Bq jelena's like this for so many bands. Were working in for us. So it's not i mean. Are you glad that you worked your way up that way. I felt good about where at how we got at. I feel like that we've worked hard and we have a good understanding of what it is to be where we are understand the value of work. Can we understand the value of discipline and understand that the fruits of creativity feel like this is the best lineup since the first lineup of the band. I can't say that now. I think this is an expert lineup. That i think would different than any other lineup and i think we are smoking but I think that the john fashanu lineup. This very amazing. And i think that the original is really strong and misdee- initial impetus further suspend. It's hard to compare them. You know they're all hello. John fashanu dave navarro very different people very different ideas and very different ways of expressing themselves. I think this is a great one. If i didn't feel it was clear them. Smoking banned in the world. I wouldn't be out here playing. Arenas was it a goal to get to this level I kinda like often some foggy distance. Perhaps all the player is no. But i more thought of like playing there was a place called in los angeles. This computer called perkins palace. I think it holds about fifteen hundred or two thousand people. And i see parents down. I thank god that was my biggest goal palace that was always thought we make it like the perkins palace. That would be like my dream. Come true the greatest thing in my life. Us kind of clips. That haven't you. We could do that. You know obviously power. You can make enough money to paint event and have another job. You're doing real good chat and I think it was in the rolling stone piece refers to this as a new band with new priorities. Is that the way you see it to I don't know my priorities aren't any different. I don't know what he's talking about the new band. Dave definitely has different priorities in his life than anyone else has never been in. This band has narrowed personal satisfaction. What made you pick up a piece when you originally started playing bass. Hello slovak said to me We've bass player in my band wheel and the world. Yeah that's that's how. I think most bass players start out here. The band needs a bass player and And and there you go. Yeah i guess so. Yeah and did you become as great at as you are by just just constant practice and or mean. Ross run economy. Great thank you. I do i want to call you. Thank you very much. I i developed my style on the base by just trying and by listening to music that i like listening to a wide variety of different musics and trying to understand different feelings as music in lots of different types of music and just being myself not trying to be anyone else and by a really loving firstly. I think you know just truly loving nothing you hills strings. Nothing feels when i get inside. Someone's kicked

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"perkins palace" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"perkins palace" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So somebody would go I'm getting tickets for the whatever Saturday night, and it's not like I ever had a car or plans or date or anything. So one of the guys just went and got the tickets, then you would just end up going ended up paying back. It's thirteen dollars or whatever whatever it was. And you just go I didn't even know a lot of the times. God max, Pat still over there. If you if you ever try to take a look at like some of the lineups of like Perkins palace or some of the lineups of the country club like from the late seventies early eighties. You'll just see all of those weird band. We just had Keith Morris. Of black flag and circle jerks on our podcast, and he was telling us all these great stories. I like old LA punk stories the greater must there must be a lot of them. And and black flag. God what was there in some of those bands would get spins on k rock? Yeah. And what was the one was a black flag just wanted to drink a coke and his room, and they wouldn't leave him alone. Tendencies. Was a Pepsi. Right. Ali was a Pepsi. And then there was another classic LA. There's TV party flat flex a black flag was TV party. Yeah. Islands on vocals at that. Black flag was drinking black coffee. Right. Drink a black. Ben suicidal tendencies, they wanted Pepsi. They wanted to pass. You can tell you can see gonna find that. There was a course teenage enema nurse. I don't know who the hell sung that. There was the one we're laughing about about. This is Susan. Remember this? Remember care. Doing like thing. Out. Tonight. Five. They might you know. Get away. Maybe talk about you Bill. Okay. You can see popular. Fit Kicks in. If you wanna talk about. You know, this one Gena. Bye. Bye. Funny. Doesn't make you wanna circle gene run around making via the hook. You're out of your head bringer proper news. Is fear of punk band is X upon band. Fierce plane, we're going to punk rock bowling in Vegas on the twenty four twenty two have a tent there and fears playing on Saturday to fierce playing that night and same with rancid. I mean, there have you ever seen the footage of fear on SNL that like legendary performance like John Belushi agreed to return to host or be on the show if fear would play and a bunch of Washington DC punk kids came up and just like trash the place bunch of damage. I saw that clip of it. And like the singer of minor threat MCI is heard on the Mike screaming, New York sucks at one point. And yeah, it's like a saxophone. Asked about the violence in the punks actually went to a sous Tennessee shows just a couple years ago, and the the gang unit of the LA police department was just circling the block really just making sure that I guess the suicidal tendencies there began a bunch of gang members is so the pump rock scene is alive. I don't know if it's well, but they're certainly nostalgia. Certainly like a lot of these guys probably the attrition rate for the punk rock scene. I mean, more overdoses more car motorcycle accidents, less original lead singers band members around the generally related, but maybe think of it 'cause I love this documentary because ever see the other Edward. Yeah. Yes. Great documentary about punk punks who, you know, musicians grownup now in their forties and older whatever and they have kids being father fatherhood, whatever. So it's about these punks reformed punctures. I'm still pretty and the game. And they're like, you know, raising a little kids it's pretty cool in that in that documentary large fraction of rancid is a big member that documentary, and he was on our podcast. And it tells the story about getting stabbed amazing old punk the best stories. Still the story about being eleven years old high on P and popping his friends eyeball with like a toy. And now he's like his sons eleven years old. He's I guess about two hours of screen time. Among like oh. How'd you get PCP running drugs for the Hells Angels?.

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"perkins palace" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I grew up right in the middle of punk rock, and I out here, and listen to k rock and go God, I'm trying to think of some of the crazy concerts, but I go see the Plasmatics and these bands and the germs and all these germs. Yeah. All that. The and and also weird sort of Scott, the busboys and weird bands. Like that. That were like punk rock meets Scott, meet some punk rock meets them whatever and an even earlier versions of like going, oh boy 'ngo, which weren't like movie soundtrack owing Boeing, but weird punky sky e sort of less commercial owing oboe you'd see him at Perkins palace or the country club in recedo, but are. Punk bands now and like who's a big punk band. And like who would be a punk band that would be a quivalent to some of the punk bands from the seventies and eighties. So in my personal opinion, the biggest band that is coming out of the punk scene right now would probably be turnstile just played Coachella. It's different sound. So the sounds of all quite a bit. It's a little bit more rock and roll than the germs be. I would say turnstile because all those guys played in traditional hardcore bands. But now they play an abandoned a little bit. I mean, they play Cal. So his his punk gotten a little more melodic and a little less violent. Or what do we what's the evolution of punk? I think there's so many sub genres at this point where it's just kind of tough to pinpoint it down like where you know, you say punk. But it's more of a crust punk with you know. Sort of fusion on here. But I would say that I think that our website is proof that punk is a little bit dead because we're just joking about all the stuff in the punk scene. Right. Taking it very seriously at all. And a lot of people who read our website people who grew up in the punk scene. But now see kind of silly parts of it. They're all jaded experts more or less trying to I'm thinking back to k rock days and like the dead Kennedys dead milkman, where did you see the germs the oh God hold on? He's care goes. Wants to come in studio tomorrow. Okay. So we'll get you guys caught up tomorrow. Like, I don't know Perkins palace or the receipt of country club or 'cause Ariz or one of those weird clubs that were around here that may or may not exist anymore. Cool. The had had you find yourself at these punctures. I remember hang. I just remember somebody. Well, we was wanted to go and bang into people in the market and do that ourselves because we were like seventeen and we're like why not and I just I would never like I didn't have a credit card or know anyone at work that licorice pizza or some place like that..

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"perkins palace" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I need to the groin and the guy folds like Reno lands on the ground. Yeah. Not not as affected Connor, man. Right. Well, some sad Wendy Williams news back. Now. Remember, Wendy o Williams of the Plasmatics? No, Wendy Williams of the Wendy Williams talkshow. She I'm not out. Now, Wendy, oh who were electric tape over nipples yellow, but yeah. And she did a string of like B movies of like. They had songs they had sex junkie. They had a pig is a pig. And that's that. Candor found there the Plasmatics man, they were the Plasmatics. I saw plan the Plasmatics at Perkins palace. When Marquez was the promoter for Perkins. Pao was in like nineteen Eighty-one small world. She's razi. Right. She He was. was also got God bless her. Oh mask their plans. He was the poster child for city miles. I like to hear master plan. That was a good. Good punk. Good punk song. Seeing her in some like prison girl booby movie. Yeah. It was back. When guys were so hard up for Bubis that all you had to do is work like, you know, dense behind bars or whatever something in prison behind bars caged, heat, you know, whatever it is. And you just have to go see. Yeah. But you would go see c or b or list movies in the theater because you saw site, right? Right. Plan. Why has the Matic, man? She had the voice of an angel. Really? She she looked like old homeless Dennis the menace. She was called the Anne Murray of chicks of Canada. That was sort of her nickname. She would she would go on stage bite the head off a snow bird. So gene of having. She's not doing well. I was permanently sexually scarred at the Plasmatics contest of concert because I worked my way down to Perkins. Pao would mean, my buddy rain we worked our way down to the mash of the mosh pit in the front. Like, we don't need to word mosh. And mash feeling you're mashing into people. Why we call that the March? The man. Yeah. Anyway, go down there and that the the Qatar player the bass player is wearing a two and he's wearing fishnet. Stockings and doc Martin boos because punk rock, right? And the guy's playing bass and he sites six four one ninety five and he's got his one foot is one doc Martin perched up on the feedback amp, you know, and the others on the floor. And I'm in the mosh pit the mosh pit stage comes up about five foot your chin. I'm right earnings. This guy look it up scout one. His found its way outside of the Tutu and is pushing through the fishnet stockings replace master plan on the basis to to been reduced to a one one. And I just looked up and I was just staring at the one not pushing like was Plato got a little too hard and ahead the extruder out. It was just like. Like always wear to fish nets. That's him. Yeah. It was uncomfortable. Yeah. Comfortable, yet lead singer just comes out topless with this duct tape on a boobs and then who else in the band. She died at age forty eight. No, well, who was the new story sentiment again, not Hueller. Probably having a lovely conversation right now. Now, you can also use duct tape to keep something from screaming. No. All right die. I'm gonna guess drugs. Wendy Williams, forty let me guess side. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I was gonna say a tree fell on her while hiking. Taking the senior out in nature. We'll let said suicides. No good. Kind of like master-plan you gotta -sarily early. She had a different master plan than the one. We were thinking it was weird too..

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"perkins palace" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"The ocean. You'll have a better time of it. To see if you're Chris Brown. You can't go into a club. Right. Right. And that's a problem. Because people don't understand a lot of these guys who are in his position. And this goes for the women as well. Who were also immensely popular in that demographic? They get paid an inordinate amount of money. Not just Chris Drake. I go through a took off a list for showing up. So who is show business? Yeah. It's total business. So you just so you do a show you wanna go on wind, and you can pick up X amount of dollars afterwards. Then God forbid there was Chris had one in San Jose where somebody pulled out a gun. I think there was another one here the one where should night got shot. I mean, though, though famously that one in New York with Drake in the exchange of glasses thrown at each other. But those are usually it's usually work. How you tell me is it a lost leader. Like, I will say the same way about like having giving Paris Hilton one hundred grand at DJ, you know, the club. Like, I you know, I do comedy it clubs. I do comedy thousand or thirteen hundred or whatever fifteen hundred seat theaters. And there's a math, right? And the math is pretty straight ahead. You know, they'll give you like eighty five percent of the door. Maybe eighty percent of the door charge. Forty bucks a ticket or forty five bucks a ticket. They'll back out the union dues and the theater and the cost of the venue, and blah, blah, blah. And at the end of the day, you'll go through there. Are you? It's a Mike August thing, but it's a pretty standard kind of deal because I was thinking back we've talked about a million times Perkins palace. Now, there was eighteen hundred whatever it was thirty two seats. And there was two ways to go. I could do the just the downstairs nine hundred and change or open up the whole thing. How can right right? And so I would do the multiplication and literally on some shows speaking of loss leader, if I think I know where you're going. I would do for instance, we did a surprise show with the pretenders on the night five. They did a run at four shows at Santa Monica civic. I was willing to do it. Because it kind of gave us a stamp of good housekeeping seal of approval, number one. I said I'll give you the whole door. Whatever we charge. We'll do it put it on sale sold out like thirty minutes, but I'll keep the booze because that alone is. I mean, you magin I don't know what it was back then but you could do a ton in the alcohol. Well, I mean, that's why that clubs will often. Sometimes give you eighty or more percent of the door because at a certain point, they just become like a restaurant bar and restaurants and bars. Don't charge admission I give it to the person that can fill the thing. But so the question is if you're gonna give Chris I'm guests in more than I get at the Bray improv on a Thursday night. Probably right. You're gonna you're gonna write a check for one hundred grand two hundred brand. Buck fifty whatever it is the club. Only hold so many people is it a lost leader or they as or does it pencil out. I think I think it pencils out for them. Depending on what it is the bottle service services. What does it have you read my mind, they can charge as a place? Jake went to with Benjamin my office, boring boring boring band. They went in fact, Tenny got so angry because ten he gets the American. Which is awful because then she knows exactly what Jake's doing. And then I gotta hear about Jake's getting this or whatever. So there was an evening, and we settled a case of we're in New York, and it was probably a year ago, and I gave Ben and Jake the credit card. Let's hear go. Go celebrate I'm going to bed and I was awakened detainee..

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"perkins palace" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"We'll tell you about those guys in the second. I sound a little different because I had oral surgery about an hour ago. Okay. So this is I run I suppose or maybe Quincy. It'll did you go, and they put you under or just? Yeah. Well, okay. First things first with with all of this stuff, right? I'm not a fan of people rooting around in my mouth. I okay. So because I didn't general I'm with you. And I've had a lot of it in my life. And I've had you're not a girl. I've had a lot of discussions where they say you want the nitrous, and I go. Yeah. I'll take the nitrous, and they go, you know, really need the nitrous. It's a root canal. I go, I know. But do you have nitrous and they go. Yeah. We have Niger why not bust it out. And then then I had a dentist goes and eleven year old girl come in here. The other day, she got a root canal. No nitrous thank you for the shaming now role in the nitrous luck. If I was trapped in a cave and had to Saul my own arm off to run to freedom. I would do it. But I don't have to you have nitrous put me under because you have like this will civil war days. I'd be drinking. Allowed them and on a wooden spoon. But have techno why not be as comfortable as I can possibly be. And they go. Well. Yeah. But we could do it. We could do in the fucking parking lot put we're here and you have the drug so I can Daming down Perkins palace. The you. We used to have nitrous tanks. My guy do you? Remember the nitrous tanks? I will tell you more than one death has been caused by. So when I was a young guy, they steal the tank from the medical supply. What exactly I think the providence there's ways there's two ways you could do nitrous? In the responsible. The way the irresponsible way would be some guy would go to the back of valley, Beth whatever hospital and break open, the cage Ryan the pack in fail a full tank. The cages to have that sign. You know, flammable, blonde riot, right? Take thing. And then everyone would take turns taking hits off of the nitrous. And then once in a while you'd hear a story about a couple of guys who died because they put the nitrous tank in the back of pickup rocket goes into the cab and the both got really high, and then they both out and nobody was in charge of shutting the nitrous tank, and they died now the responsible way to go to the market was will you could go do the cool whip web right thing. But that's still not the response way. There's a more responsible as -solutely. Okay. Because I the reason I I knew about nitrous was my mom's brother. I don't know for whatever happened to him. I haven't seen him in years. Johnny uncle Johnny was a dentist and like all dentists, he hated his life. And I bet it that. It's just hey now, I've always was looking for something else every dentist always looking to do some else. But he had he was early money on nitrous. He used to like when he would be done for the day. I remember he'd have playboy magazines on the table because that was whereas five year old or six year old efforts discovered playboy, and he would take a with the nitrous. Before he goes home. It's good for what ails. Yeah. And the responsible way to do nitrous for all the kids that are listening. Nitrous is uses of propellant as well. I. Weapon. That woulda whipped cream. Right. Okay. So you would then go to the restaurant supply store? They would sell them in these many cartridges. Well, yeah, you used to be able to get those at the market we have to buy them at the Mark of people making seltzer water thing like that. But the restaurant supply place with cell little thing. There were the size of a half a cigar. Right dues to call those. I think we used to call those whip. It's. Yeah. Thanks. Yeah. And they would take them and you screwed into this cartridge, which Pierce the end. And then you'd have like a blue balloon hung Shing balloon, right? And in up ching balloon, then you'd take the balloon, and you there was a very there was a technique to it you'd pull it like this right on the wind..

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"perkins palace" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"Well, it was it was just a different time. You just stuff that went on, then you can't even fathom in today's prism. Right? And so if you're going to go back thirty six years to a different time. The greatest time ever. I always say pre aids mid coke. If you're if you're going to go back to a time when coke was good for you in aids, didn't exist then and then hold it to today's standards than I'm gonna lie. I mean, I've looked that was the heyday of, I mean, mind you k- rockers just come in. Punk rock scene was starting gotten a member seventy. Nine eighty one eighty two riding on the rock showroom. I mean it was just free. Love. Free guys had mounds of drugs and it was just what time? Why didn't say for you to wax nostalgic? I said. Took a little walk down memory lane. Thinking about, I am images in my head and I'll never, I'll never articulate back from eighty eighty. What you Mark was booking wall of do at Perkins palace. Actually remember the the dead Kennedys and nine, nine nine. I saw the Plasmatics there. So anyway, do you what are your thoughts on the assertion that when cavenaugh realized they're going to the yearbook from high school, it's now game on and this is bullshit and I can say whatever I want by favorite was the mean where somebody said, I think it was Chuck Grassley who's the head of the judiciary communicating finders. And he says, I don't remember what I was doing thirty five years ago. Somebody Senator Senator. So Mark, do you agree with that assertion. No, I I, there is a author that if you're going to, I remember thinking when they were looking at the yearbook shit of what did I put in my yearbook and in. That's the scary thing you think about it. Right? So I think he lied. I think he lied to save his hide, and I think he'd justified it by saying they shouldn't have started this by going far that that far back in the first place. You know, always Adam, it's good to hear your take on things. You know why? Why? Truecar Christ? What? What is MS RV that's manufacturer's suggested retail price, Mary good. If you're looking to buy art, probably familiar with terms like you might even know what it stands for, but what is it actually meet? Because this is true. We're gonna. I'm gonna freelance on this. Same goes for the invoice list, price dealer price. It's enough to confuse anybody. All you're looking for is a price..

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"perkins palace" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"perkins palace" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"She and then the director penelope contacted us and i met with her a couple of times and we got on really well and she was and she ha she didn't really i don't think she understood what kind of movie she was making at the beginning how do you mean because when she first talked to me about it was it was more of a celebration you know and i thought you know i thought motley crue and a hot tub you know on going down sunset strip a thought that what she was trying to take stature yeah and so that whole time i you know and i had gone back for like on all three or four voice overs and were you know and while she was making the movie during the during the duration but we we played on halloween night in asa dina place where van haley's to play all the time perkins palace and it was our last la show i think for the tour and they came down and film the whole thing and so she cut up that and put it in the movie filmed us backstage and everything but it wasn't until much later that you know after i came back she brought me for voice overs and then she started telling me some of the stuff she'd been filming and you know where the direction of the movie was going and it was going more of a you know this it's like i don't know it's probably like in the forties or fifties when people ran to hollywood to be a movie star this was the same sort of thing but in the eighties and having be the backdrop being heavy metal music you know so everyone was coming here to be a rockstar is the same that's the kind of direction that she started gravitated toward and that and so i was like when i saw the movie finally i was like what is this it was so opposite of what i thought was going to be but i understood it the she trying to you know see told that story she told that story about these people running to hollywood to be a star you know it's the same old story just two different decade in in different format and so i i understood why she went that i think you guys came looked pretty good looking pretty good i think so i mean we didn't we didn't do too badly all the other bands on there that you guys would probably the they nate megadeath play then guys would be right underneath that as far as you had some success she ended up having to cut she had us featured even more in that movie because she got aerosmith and kiss kiss as soon as you got all the big names and ozzy she they they had to cut us down but we were really going to be the feature ban oh wow okay she had she had the first draft it was it was mostly us so because she filmed us backstage doing all kinds of crazy things and and you know that whole show and everything so and like i said i did a lot of voice over stuff but she ended up cutting us out a lot which i was happy about you know what we got out we got in and we got out he got out a lot did that help them when the movie came out did it did it did i mean everywhere we went people had seen that we still to this day yeah he's classic we went to south america went went to south korea everyone's noses from that movie so it actually you know it's done a more so now than it did even back then it's hard to find back then to like yeah now it's been on tv and a lot you know demand they just released it yeah the whole the whole thing i remember like growing up in canada if you if you were able to see it somehow someone would have like a bootleg on vhs check this out this is great you know and so yeah so now i mean everywhere we go people talk about it you know and it's imple that never they don't know me at all except for that move yeah right right did you ever meet up with alice or paul stanley or anything like that and talk to them about kind of.

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