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Rapper Killer Mike urges calm amid violence in Atlanta
"Today we want to share a speech that will not happy or full of good vibes it does contain important messages it comes from rapper and activist killer Mike Mike render is forty five it has been a long time advocate for his community he's run for local office it is a small business owner in Georgia and of course a recording artist having made five solo albums under the name killer Mike kill my joined Atlanta's mayor and police chief to address the violence that erupted around the protests there over the weekend he served up some wisdom and a call to action take a listen I didn't want to come and I don't want to be here I'm the son of an Atlantic city police officer well my cousin when I see the police officer and mother because he's point please house and I got a lot of love and respect for police officers down to the original eight police offices in Atlanta that even after becoming police had to dress in a YMCA because why the offices didn't want to get dressed with and here we are eight years later I watched a white officer assassinate a black man and have no effect for your heart out and I know it's crippling and I have nothing positive to say Hey moment because I don't want to be here but I'm responsible to be here because wasn't as Dr king and people dressed nicely who marched in protest it to progress this CD and so many other cities it was people like my grandmother people like my aunts and uncles were members SCLC in a double ACP and in particular revenue change orange Mrs Alice Johnson in reference love who just lost last year so I'm duty bound to be here to simply say that it is your duty not to burn your own house panel for anger within him it is your duty to fortify your own house so that you may be a house of refuge in times of organization and now is the time to plot I am strategize organize and mobilize it is time to beat up prosecutors you don't like it the voting booth it is time to hold me oriel offices accountable chiefs and deputy chiefs event is not perfect but we a lot better than we ever were and with a lot better than cities are may as hail I woke up wanting to see the world burned down yes it takes tiger see black beam back he casually put his knee on a human beings neck for nine minutes as he died like a zebra in the clutch of a lion's jaw and we watch it like murder porn over and over again so that's why children the burned to the ground they don't know what else to do and it is responsibility of us to make this better right now we don't want to see one officer charge we want to see what office is prosecuting incentives we don't want to see targets Barney we want to see the system gets synced up with systemic racism barked to the ground and as I see it here in Georgia Thomas Stevens George a former vice president of the confederacy white man see it that long fundamental law stated that whites were naturally disappear you're right in the confederacy was built on a cornerstone of the cornerstone speech looking up the cornerstone speech that blacks will always be so bored that officer believe that speech because he killed that ma'am I can M. in this city offices have done horrendous things and they have been prosecuted the city's cut different in this city you can find over fifty restaurants all about black women I don't say minority and I don't say women of color so after you burn down your own home what do you have left but char and ash see any to get a great thing I love CNN I love Cartoon Network but I'd like to say to CNN right now karma's a mother stop feeding fear and anger every day stop making people feel so fearful give them hope I'm glad they only took down the side of the face the building in a not killing human beings like that policemen the I'm glad that they always destroys a brick in marketing they didn't rip a father from the sun they didn't rip off of someone from a mother like the policemen the when a man yells to his mother interesting paint and she stayed he's essentially yelling please god don't let it happen to me and we watched it so my question for us on the other side of this camera is that the barns what would be left with chart with the rise like a Phoenix out of the ashes that Atlanta has always done we use this at the moment to say that we will not do what other cities have done and in fact we will get better than we've been we got good enough to destroy a cash bonus you don't have to worry about going to jail because I paid we got smart enough to decriminalize marijuana how smart we will be in the next fifteen to twenty years to keep us ahead of this car so that much like with South Africa suffered a part that you had and you know the politicians that could make sure that it let us see a coca Cola we love you but if you don't pull out of South Africa with only we're not gonna drink coca Cola anymore coca Cola truck on a sack in apartheid so we have an opportunity there because I'm not I don't have any good vice but what I can tell you is that if you sit in your homes tonight instead of your home to the ground you will have time to properly plaque plane strategizing organize and mobilize an effective way in two of the most effective ways first take your **** to the computer make sure you fill out the census so that people know who you are and where you are the next thing is making sure you excellent exercise are political body power and going to local elections and beating up the politicians that you don't like you got a prosecutor central part of the jail you know was booked into prosecutor it now now through election to do you want a different senators more progressive that post marijuana through now is the time to do that but it is not time to burn down
Fresh update on "recording artists" discussed on Larry Elder
"I just have no idea you were with him or the song. No, just that nothing comes to mind. OK, OK, OK. OK, Dennis, don't don't go away. I guess the name of that recording artist is Emmett was a project by English musician who's actually a deejay AA and he started just kind of singing into the microphone and came up with that song was called It's called pop music and 97 90 became a major major hit. All right, Who cares? All right, Dr. K. Uh, you're you're still you're still in charge. The score remains 0 to 0. We have famous books, Foreign countries, card games and astronomy left. Where to next. Let's try the famous look famous.
Grimes and Elon Musk Welcome a Baby Boy
"Line musk and singer crimes are welcoming a baby boy into the world with the details here's USA radio networks when he came singer and musician Grimes is the new mom the thirty two year old recording artist gave birth to her first child a son with her boyfriend Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon musk he shared the good news on Twitter writing mom and baby are all good in on mass has five other sons with his ex wife Justine
Elton John hosts star-studded iHeart Living Room coronavirus benefit concert
"For listening last week we were promoting something that happened last night across all the fox platforms it was this concert put on by a number of major entertainers it was called fox presents the I heart living room concert for America where these members of bands and recording artists performed from their own homes it was hosted by Elton John and not only was it a community building and sort of reinforcing the social distancing guidelines and showing that we're all in this together it was also a benefit and they raise money for first
William Prince on 'borrowing from future happiness' to write new album
"Is voice is like the low rumble of thunder storm on the prairie. His songs a glimpse into the heart of a man who's lived through the broken to come out hole on the other side. William Prince is an initial based singer and songwriter from PEGUIS FIRST NATION IN MANITOBA. His just released the much anticipated. Follow up to his Juno. Winning debut album earthly days. His trajectory is taken him from small stages two major concerts and tours all over turtle island and abroad including opening for the legendary Neil young an icon. Buffy Sainte Marie his new album reliever was recorded in Winnipeg in Nashville and is out now. I'm so pleased to welcome. William Prints back to unreserved for an extended conversation today. Hello My friend Rosanna. How are you? You look a little travel where you good. Oh yeah is it The friendly way of saying how terrible I think it's just the hat I lucked out and I found a half that fits my head and I wear it everywhere now. So that's that's the big change. You look fantastic. No thank you thank you. So let's start with the new record. What inspired you most on this album? Oh boy that That starts the conversation years ago You know Reliever was was born in in stages it was written at so many different times. It was written in real time panic. I say for some part of it. It was written halfway through reflection and then finally at the point of revelation. There there's so many different points Throughout this album that I'm really proud of making it through and being here where we are today on the other side and reliever was really just about collecting and documenting the songs. I was writing while I was going through. You know one of the harder times in my life so far so you were going through some stuff the loss of your father the end of your relationship finding your place as a father to your son. Wyatt what does the name Reliever mean to you? Reliever really stems from the idea of course of treatment. Almost an anti an antibiotic in a sense. You Know I. I think of the songs What they've done for me over time dealing with those those things like grief and separation and total change in one eighty of environment from this point of is this working. Is this something I'm going to be able to do? Is there a place here for me? to now being at a place where. I find myself doing this all the time. My responsibility is become to to be a good dad and be good to my family and make art and it's it's really An incredible thing so that was the faith. I was Kinda holding onto borrowing from your future. Happiness is what I say. You know. Having that faith for win the time would come now. And we'd have this record. I'd be passed the things I was working through and Able to celebrate them rather than live in a state of grief reliever was was born in the concept of love to I. I was thinking about how the greatest Major League. Baseball pitchers in the world will throw a few innings until they're retired for the game and the relief pitcher takes over and says I I got this. I thought you know on those days. When we're with our significant others those we care about say we're not throwing the best game and then that other person can kind of take over so is really borne inside baseball? Metaphor that That grew in complexity and I found the title track itself kind of in the middle of everything and it really started to tie the two halves together. The part where I was living in real time making a diary to my son showing him and letting him know where I was during this time. His infancy And then ultimately showing him that though I was going through this really difficult time Your your dad stayed steadfast and resilient and made it through and I hope that's the kind of man Human BEING HE TURNS OUT TO BE IN THE END William the beauty of your lyrics or that you are so vulnerable you give so much of yourself in your music. Why do you share so much with people? WanNa I think it's what we're most in need of Today is the willingness to be vulnerable insincere. You know more than ever. There's more to consume and more to get over faster than it's ever been. I think the things that still exist amongst the human condition are those themes of love and you know making it through the everyday life and Going through those challenges that we will encounter over the course of our individual lives. I came into the term Saunder over the past few years where you sit and imagine that the complexities of every other individual in the world has a whole history just as long just as an in detail just as thorough just as grand as your own and I think that's a lot that's a lot of hard drive space. You know a lot of files out there to pick through and you know there are a lot of them that are similar from person to person and the ones that are easier to deal with me are speaking about my family and I have no problem because this was my way of coping. This was my chance to deal with these things face on was to write about them in real time and do my future self a favor that I knew that I've survived everything up until this moment and I will continue to survive and thrive in the environment that I've created for myself now and I'm that's a huge privilege. That's that's really something so I chose that while I'm here while people are listening. I'm going to give the most honest and forefront representation of what I feel what I what I'm living through and hopes that it. Will you know? Bring US pass this more superficial more artificial age and get us back in touch with with vinyl records and phone calls and and things like that slowing the pace to appreciate. Just how beautiful human condition actually is now earlier? You had said that in creating this album you had to borrow from your future happiness. What did you mean by that? Well it's really all that faith is I think is I. I was going through like you said the the loss of my dad and Estrangement and not really feeling like I was In a place to ever really even have a relationship again. I thought I'd just be an artist and a great dad now just travel and in a low point truth truthfully. I. I don't want to understate. Just how tough things were I went back to to Peguis are? I lived with my mom for a year. You know I I. I worked on the PEGUIS radio to keep my mind from going crazy and the slower days and drove to the city. Every day to see my son is very opposite. A glamorous was quite testing. It's like what have you done? You derailed yourself from A Post Secondary Education to pursue this dream and so borrowing from future happiness. Was this idea that I would look to the future when the darkness breaks knowing that. I think there's going to be a time when I get to play music all the time to be a recording artist and share my story with you know auditoriums Or even town halls even fifty people at a time. I knew that there was part of me. That wouldn't let go over this dream that I was chasing to be here to to do this for a living so I I with the good faith that it'll probably work out. I think it will work out. I believe enough that it will work out. I'll just watch it unfold so that now when we're here when you're here opening for the Neil Young's of the world and and travelling in. It's not normal to be applauded by thousands of people a Week. You know not everybody gets to to have that and it's really sending the message that my music belongs here. My voice is being heard. And that's everything you hoped for as a songwriter. So I'm as happy as I imagined if not more for certain. This home actually sounds Fairly optimistic you seem more rooted. You've gained some wisdom in the last few years. What do you attribute to that confidence like the the difference? Now I I I was joking that When I made earthly days it was like I hope nobody minds that I'm doing this. You Know Jade Bird says the last thing. The world needs is another narcissist so going from that I wonder if anyone will even hear these songs other than my family and myself and I'll drive around with a CD in my car. And finally feel like I did it. I got an album and I was hoping to to make it outside of Manitoba now. It feels like you know we're GonNa go everywhere but the time it's it's all said and done and to have that in my heart to know that there there's a humble audience waiting for a follow up. It gave me the peace of mind to go into the studio with Scott again and Dave and be in Nashville being when pig. Bring these two pieces of the project together and Believe in my songs from the start not waiting for them to be validated. After I I trusted I knew I'm aware of my abilities. And I record songs and play shows. I was trying to prove that so hard for so long and show that I'm you know Just as valid a songwriter artist as anybody else. And now that we're here. I can just focus on bringing about the Best Art. I can create
49ers to face Chiefs in Super Bowl 54
"And Super Bowl fifty four kicks off this weekend in Miami Florida more from John Jeffries the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco forty Niners at hard rock stadium for the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy to close out the NFL's one hundred season the Niners are looking to take over six championship trophy all the chiefs are hoping to win only their second Super Bowl in franchise history Grammy nominated recording artist demi Lovato is set to sing the national anthem Super Bowl fifty four schedule for kick off Sunday at six thirty PM eastern time John Jeffries NBC news
Accusations By Former Academy Head Loom Over Sunday's Grammys
"Claims the board even manipulates the nominations process to ensure that certain songs or albums are nominated. When the grammys producer? Wants a particular song performed during the show in the a complaint Dugan also highlighting what. She calls the Grammy's long-standing struggle with gender inequality and lack of diversity when it comes to the most prestigious awards like doc album of the year saying those awards rarely go to Oran be stars like beyond say or Kanye West but instead the winters tend to be in the rock country and pop genres Dugan also says she was sexually harassed by the academy's General Counsel who categorically denies her allegations and also accuses her predecessor Newport important now of sexually assaulting a female recording artists allegations he says are ludicrous and untrue the recording academy firing back alleging it it was Dugan who created a toxic intolerable work environment adding it immediately launched independent investigations to review both Miss Dougans potential misconduct at her subsequent subsequent allegations women on the Executive Committee of the Recording Academy calling the allegations deeply disturbing and heartbreaking adding we would not have taken precious. It's time away from our families and careers. If we felt that it was a boys club
Expelled Recording Academy CEO Says Grammy Voting Process Is Corrupt
"Just days before the Grammy awards are set to air up right here on CBS the recently suspended CEO of the recording academy is making some very explosive claims in a forty six page discrimination complaint Debra Dylan says she's being retaliated against for reporting misconduct including what she calls corrupt voting practices and a rape allegation very serious stuff Dugan started the job just six months ago Jamie you causes in Los Angeles with more on the story Jamie this is a big bombshell how's the economy responding it absolutely is scale in a statement the academy is going after their CEOs credibility calling it quote curious that miss do get never raise these grave allegations until a week after legal claims were made against her personally hi everyone I'm never do again two months after Dever Dugan help unveiled this year's Grammy nominations she's pulling back the curtain on what she calls a boys club that puts their financial interests above the academy's mission in the X. Huang is Rolling Stone senior music business editor says a lot basically that says the economy this represented itself to the public to its voting members and also to her when she came in some of Dugan's most damning claims involve former CEO Neil Portnow who was criticized for comments he made in twenty eighteen about the lack of female winners saying women who want a bigger role in the music industry need to do one thing to step up he later apologized in the complaint Dugan says she learned of foreign recording artist Hey cues Mr Portnow of raping her following a performance that you gave at Carnegie Hall this is the first time that anyone in the in the media has read or seen any allegations about this particular incident you can bet that that's going to cast a pretty big shadow over the recording academy for days if not weeks or months to come the complaint also includes an email do you consent to human resources and what she alleges she was sexually harassed by the academy's general counsel Joel Katz in a statement his attorney tells deadline Mr can't categorically and emphatically denies her version of that evening the academy also put out a statement saying Dugan's claims come only after a female employee alleged ms Dugan had created a toxic and intolerable work environment and engaged in abusive and bowling conduct it says it immediately launched investigations into both her allegations and her alleged misconduct and that she was placed on administrative leave only after offering to step down and demanding twenty two million dollars Dugan's lawyers refuted that claim Tuesday saying it was the academy that offer Dugan millions of dollars to drop her allegations and leave it seems pretty clear that the relationship between Deborah do again and the recording academy is fraying right now and there's no putting it back together in an easy way Dugan further alleges the Grammy voting process is white with corruption saying that the board uses secret committees to push forward artists with whom they have relationships she says this year thirty artists that were not selected by the twelve thousand voting members were added to the possible nomination list and if she's right about that then that's something I'll have resonance far beyond just this year's Grammys alone now for now has not returned a request for comment in its statement the academy says its loyalty belongs to its members and regrets that music's biggest night is being stolen from them by miss Dugan's actions they say they're working to resolve the matter as quickly as
Ousted Grammy CEO Deborah Dugan Accuses the Recording Academy of Rampant Misconduct
"In a discrimination complaint filed with the equal employment opportunity commission over her ouster Jeffrey Dougan claims partners contract was not renewed because you've been accused of raping a foreign recording artist Portnow called the allegation ludicrous and untrue in a statement he insists it was a baseless complaint and he was completely exonerated by an independent investigation Dugan's complaint claim she was put on leave in retaliation for raising concerns about agree just conflicts of interest improper self dealing by recording academy board members and voting irregularities and Grammy awards nominations do can blames it all on what she calls a boys club mentality her attorney Michael will amend the academy yes said the right things in terms of purporting to be open to change two initiatives to in crease diversity and inclusiveness and at the end of the day we missed you could actually attempted to execute on those initiatives she was ultimately sidelined retaliated against and removed the LA times reports economies and from president alleged in a memo to members to do that had created a toxic an intolerable working environment was abusive and bowling to an assistant and that she demanded millions of dollars to withdraw her charges against the academy and resign Dugan's attorneys accuse the academy of trying to impugn their clients character to shift the focus away from its own unlawful activity this all comes just days before Sunday's Grammy awards ceremony Claudia pesky talk KNX ten seventy
US to deploy thousands of additional troops to the Middle East - CNN
"CNN is reporting that the United States is deploying thousands of additional troops in the Mideast following they're killing the air strike they killed Qasim at Qasim Minnesota mining and I understand that number from everything I've seen is somewhere around thirty five hundred troops house intelligence share Adam Schiff says he expects to get briefed on the sometime today by US officials on the strike and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who as I understand it wise in Florida already I'm not going to say he was there golfing I'm just going to say he was in Florida already says that he believes that Qasim so I'm on the why is the mastermind terrorist mastermind who operated without constraints so I I think this is just a story there there's just a lot we just don't know about that way there is a lot we don't know about what went into this decision who is involved in this decision we talked to CBS consultant earlier who said that technically Congress did not have to be consulted they just have to be updated within forty eight hours so we're still waiting for that to happen yeah a lot of fallout from this story Hayes India thanks for holding on you're welcome I am listening to these P. I was on a call but I just had to these people talking about this man killing all of our soldiers who sent them there George Bush barackobama I give him no no mercy and now this yeah out in the queue we we a man who was assassinated who in the past what drug traffickers broker peace between the for some of the factions that were fighting over there which was instrumental in fighting ISIS and I'm gonna tell you right now Benjamin Netanyahu's neck is in the news just like Donald Trump gave him the order to kill this man they wanted him dead for years and if it if it is in this country just mindless to to not it in graph the ramifications of this I was watching out is here last week okay and there was a man on there he said if you're an ex patriot living in it in some of these Asian countries Middle East pack your bags packed your bags yeah yeah yeah Ronnie and I want to do to us when we down there with their for their airplane to kill two hundred ninety people right thing for these Christian fundamentalists are listening they're happy about this and rubbing their hands we're not gonna be Cynder so you can ascend into heaven and it happened in the Jewish community that sit still in Iran has condemned this option because we are going to cause rivers of blood consider that I'm I'm I'm just live it yeah I guess I can I can see all that from you Cynthia and your points are writing about three years yeah I think I'm out of my mind I've been watching this crap happen in here we are well I'm you know I'm not a day goes out like we saw this coming or or some people saw this coming as a Sam request this coming yeah I don't think they've done a lot of people really understand the full implications of this but what I will say is they will they will talk to a soldier last night he said he is so glad he got out of there they offered him three hundred about one thousand dollars tax free to be a contractor over there talking about our lack of military readiness readiness the soldiers who were being continue no joining they're not prepared they're overweight they're distracted their immature glad he's going to live and that's why he left in the case in the thanks for your time today appreciate the insight as well hi George your short haul survey every single one the old my Lil professional both of we always fall out with everything but it's a lecture by so that an incident Schreiber her in the back and it can be a very yesterday here you know we can only ask really fast that's not to worry so what gets me when you're done any part of the day all yeah what a live wire before why not wait yeah that's accessories actually yeah I guess so but I mean your point is well taking the timing and we've had a couple people weighing on why now why this time and I do wonder if people are we only processing what the fallout of this is going to be a Murray wrote closer a war three we have been for so long and I'm looking three I do I yeah my dad was still around twenty four laid off from the mail coming home party in one night alright so knows in the living room he said it was started in nineteen ninety four score and seven years which is twenty seven years thanks for calling thirty one there happens whether major glory that happened in the former Yugoslavia the only thing that a lot of things from the main before that he now we're analyzes when Hey George thanks for calling as always if there is a lie and say we are at thirty minutes after one o'clock yeah I think we need to mark this day and I'm guessing we're going to we're going to revisit this conversation and I have some of you called today call back because we're gonna we're gonna talk about this again I assure you you're listening to KDKA the only way you can take eighty K. radio with you is the radio dot com apps are downloaded today and listen anytime anywhere listen up in twenty sixteen New Mexico house seat was decided by only two votes out of almost fourteen thousand in two thousand ten state has risen Vermont was determined by one vote in two thousand two a Connecticut house he was determined by just one vote more than six thousand in nineteen ninety four oh Wyoming street house he ended in a tie the winner chosen at random went on to become speaker of the state house your voice matters use it to go to let's be the vote dot org to learn more his albums of all time Aerosmith toys in the attic nineteen seventy five toys in the attic is Aerosmith's third studio album with a million sold the band's most commercially successful album in the U. S. this album for the band represented a new start as recording artists the right songs from scratch on a deadline as opposed to the first two hours they were composed of songs for years one fifteen Amazon the fives gradu by browsers Chevrolets celebrating their grand opening in beaver falls and now my what's happening on this
Dana Perino on Developing Her Own Voice
"After spending seven years in the Bush administration rising to press secretary Dana Perino had become comfortable speaking speaking on behalf of others including the forty third president but she transitioned into roles on Fox News after the White House Dana develop her own voice who cared what I thought I could tell you what President Bush thought and why he thought that are how we got to that decision and I was very comfortable in that role on the first episode of Season Season Two of the strategic wrist Dana Talks about how she always remembers to focus on the good news how she deals with social media trolls and how her career in country music is progressing. I'm Andrew Kaufman and this strategic presented by the George Bush Institute what happens when you cross the forty third president late night sketch comedy and compelling conversation. The strategic has a podcast born from the word strategically which was coined by the now and embraced by the George Bush administration station we highlight the Americans feared of leadership and compassion through thought provoking conversations and we're reminded that the most effective leaders are the ones who laughed. We're joined for today's episode by Dana Perino former White House press secretary and now Fox News Co host the five host of the daily briefing Dana Perino podcast co host of I'll tell you what she's a bestselling author so you're pretty busy. Thank you for taking the the time to do this. This honored to be here. I I love coming here to the Bush Center. It's whenever you step in that front door. It's like wow this place is beautiful. Thank you for saying that and doing such great work thank Q. and our co host is Hannah Avni your friend and VP of external affairs. She's back again Hannah. Thank you for doing it again. Thank you for having me again Andrew so Dana you so you recently you're now we're recording artist as well. Gaza May dierks dirks a Dirks Bentley superfan right. I yeah superfan Fan. Also I get to call him a friend now to happens if you stock long enough so. Do you think he's going to invite you to be on a song the backup side when you have a number one song in the world. It's kind of like you. I don't need to really do it again. I don't think but it's pretty funny when I worked at the White House. Well let me go way back when I I was in college and I thought I wanted to go into media back then if you wanted to get into TV you had to start in radio and I didn't want to have to do my radio experience after right graduated so I got a job part time job as a country music. Dj working overnight and Pueblo Colorado and I ah I didn't really I had grown up in the West but I had really listen to country music when I was a teenager I didn't really do that so I was completely out of it I I I introduced the first night a song by Tracy Lawrence and I said and here she is with their new Song Tracy Lawrence and then of course raises Lawrence's a man uh-huh tricky. I we have to do so fast forward and during the years at the White House. I don't think I listen to any music back at all. I didn't even have an IPOD when we left. That was the technology at the time I had nothing I listen to. NPR or whatever else was happening rush limbaugh or something so Kakitumba on the news and so when I left the White House or when we all left the White House I got an ipod I guess it was and I used to travel back and forth to to New York a lot and I just started downloading country music and Dirk Bentley Song Come. A little closer was out at the time China so that's how we became a fan. Would you like to sing a little bit of but I do have the worst voice but the other thing you're talking about is I don't I'm blessed with having lots of ideas and not a lot of time to execute however so in two thousand sixteen the five went on a bus trip to go conventions. RNC Indian say and at one point in the back of the bus Greg Gut failed and I were sitting there and he was making me laugh so hard because he was just making up nonsense country songs about the five about Fox News about everything and he just had me giggling so much and I said we should should go to Nashville and record a song about the five and record it with a real recording artists and then release it for charity so three years later it came true. We have a wonderful executive producer of the five called Megan Albano. She figured it out we teamed up John Rich from big and rich who is a wonderful person big fan of forty three's as well and we went to Nashville and in one take he's saying the song that we sang the backup part. It's called Oh shut up about politics and it's not about shutting any particular person up. It was just about how politics has entered into everything sports music music theater technology. Everything's just too much and so we have a song called shut up about politics. We released it and within two hours it was number one on the country charts and then and that whole weekend it was number one in the world bigger than Lady Gaga Justin Bieber it was astounding. It's amazing it was amazing and all the proceeds go to folds of honor so we're pretty proud of it. Ninety nine cents you can download it on full. Honor does great work. We've done incredible work. We're familiar with there were pretty well and they're just such great such a great organization. That was pretty fun fun. I have a question for you off of that. Though I mean you're right politics is in absolutely everything you cannot get away from it and we talk about that a lot too. I mean even when you're going through Instagram instagram stories. It's just permeates every bit of it. It's in your life obviously multiple times a day. How do you get away from politics and focus on the thing? I feel a little a lot better than I did even from a few years ago because I've really embodied this idea that politics is what I do. It is not who I am and I have carved off my weekends and my evenings when I'm not working but but I don't go to dinner to talk about politics with people unless I agree with them now. That's GonNa sound like Oh that's not very fair and balanced view but I argue all day long and so in my personal life I pretty much. Don't I have a rule that I wrote about in the in the Jasper book which is no politics at the dog park. You're that's a safe place for me and if and even people that WanNa talk to me about politics at the Dog Park Mike Sorry I don't talk politics at the dog park. I have a policy and then laugh about it and they move on and I also carry a lot less about social media than I did. In Two thousand sixteen. I was really attacked by the Russians. Even though I didn't know as Russians at the time I remember actually coming here to the Bush Center right before the two thousand sixteen election. I can't remember what I was doing and AH chance to see President Bush and he's how you doing and I told him I had the worst professional summer of my life you know being attack and I was really kind of in the fetal position under my desk and even like my husband would say how can I help you. There's there's nothing you can do and it gave me a big appreciation for what parents are going through when their children are consumed assumed with their phone because you don't know what's being said and it's so demoralizing I was a grown woman. I've been the White House press secretary. How could this affect me so much and and I remember President Bush saying? Why didn't you call me like a really imagine if I had called President Bush and said Sir people are being really mean to me on twitter he would have said get off twitter on it solved this one's easy and actually it is easy so once you step away from from it or somebody gave me a tip to only have mentioned from people that you follow and Eric Schmidt of Google actually pulled me aside at one point in two thousand seventeen as I was explaining what it was like to be one of the people that was targeted by these Russian boots but I didn't know they were rushing at the time I just said it's overwhelming and he pulled me aside Dana? These are not real people and you explain to me how the whole system worked in Saint Petersburg and I don't know that just gave me an ability to say it doesn't matter. It just doesn't matter no so I it's weird to say that as much as politics permeating everything for me. It's probably less a part of my life than in the previous elections that I've covered for Fox. Was it similar to how you regrouped. After you left the White House taking a breath stepping away from it no not really I mean I remember the day that we'd left Andrews Air Force Base and Peter and I left to go on the trip to Africa. I leaned my head back against is the seat and I said nothing I do for the rest of my life will ever be that important or that hard and it's really true when I make a comment now. I'm not gotTA START A war. I also have a great appreciation for what public servants go through and I want to support deport them. No matter what party they're from if you're willing to put your self out there and run for office and try to do the right thing I try to be supportive. Okay talk to us about mercyships touch. You talked about a little bit when you left the West so interesting about mercy ships. There's actually a Bush connection there too okay so obviously President Bush and Mrs Bush were amazing leaders. When it came to Africa I I got to go to Africa with them? In February of two thousand eight and in typical forty-three fashion we did five countries in seven days. I got my first migraine. I couldn't even go to the Kigali event because I had to stay on the plane and two liters of fluid into my arm and so I didn't get to go to the and and I've been sad about not making it to Rwanda ever since given the statistics about pep far so many times at the podium that I thought I understood Africa and then I was just totally blown away when I went there and I came back and I said Peter we need to go for six months after the White House and he said how about six weeks so we did six weeks compromise and yeah so we did a pet farsight that's on in Fishhook South Africa and Peter and I just had this confusing time and that did help us reset our priorities and our hearts and to reconnect as a couple as well because we're so blessed here in America and you can get caught up in what about me. What am I gonNa do to the White House and just being able to have a bigger world view? After I left was great great fast forward mercy ships asked me through my speakers bureau if I would come to Dallas and moderate a conversation between the president and Mrs Bush in front of their dinner group so I said well sure that sounds great so peter and I were coming down here now prior to that I had join the one campaigns women advisory board and I had gone to several countries with them. I had also been on the Broadcasting Board of Governors under President Obama and I'd gone to Africa on behalf of of that organization as well trying to increase the amount of content of for women in particular and Africa because we found that men will definitely listen to the radio for news in sports but women will listen if it's about health and their kids so anyway it's just little bit of an effort to do that so at the dinner right before the Q. One eight with the president and Mrs Bush. I'm sitting there and somebody says well. Why did you get interested in Africa so I'm telling him than soul story that I'm telling you and then I I said just a few months ago I got to go to Sierra Leone and I went to this place called the Aberdeen Clinic and it was started by Scottish heiress us and it's so amazing they were doing fistula surgeries there and the day I was there? They were teaching the women there how to count to ten and the lady next to me said Oh she's not a Scottish heiress. Her name is Ann Gloag and she's sitting right behind you. This is a self made businesswoman in Scotland who was a burn unit nurse for twenty years but then she and her brothers started a bussing service in the UK when Margaret Thatcher deregulated the transportation sector and they became very successful and as the company expanded she took Africa and and when she got there she said this will never do so she started doing all of this philanthropy there and that's how I ended up talking to her and I said to Peter we have to go see mercy mercy ships for ourselves so that's how we got involved and it's a surgical hospital ship they do the West Coast of Africa that night they were kicking off a capital campaign for a brand new ship because they I usually retrofit and old ship and
"recording artists" Discussed on The Playbook
"Help him with the sports agency side but you guys were asking for help to bring you like who the hell wants to hear from my next thing i know i'm like uncle dave the internet podcasts and the instagram. It's crazy easy branding so important and tell us anything you are a master at branding. Where do you learn that because education is one of the conflictual things you dropped out of college in atlanta but today like gary doesn't believe in going to college. I'm fifty like i think you've got to determine what you wanna kali. That's exact in to afford it this thing because that's what i tell my kids listen. I'm not about pay fee to go to college just for the sake of going to college and having walked around figuring out what it is you wanna do what you have the passion for. What were you decide like. If it was your choice what would you you do. You love to do that even if you did it for free that you will do it anyway and that's where you build a business around you. Build your business around what it is that you're great at that. You love to do and you would do it for for no money. That becomes multimillion dollar enterprise. Whatever that passion is you go. Seek knowledge according to that passion with a college gives you that knowledge and that's where it is but if it's a trade school up in timbuktu the number to get that knowledge for that whatever he's the kids don't understand a lot of times too. Is you know both of us get to live our lives making money off of our passions but i know your reputation. I even talked to your your wife about this and they said well he doesn't sleep. Which is the main thing for me. It didn't come easy. Talent doesn't come easy. Not passion doesn't come. I think the passion passing allows us to fuel what we have to go through one thousand percent it gives you that it gives you the show to pass to take the hit the blows because you just love to do it so you want to keep going more than anything. It gives you the dry because when you love something you're not gonna sleep especially when you get to do it every single day twenty four hours a day. You gotta do it twenty four hours if you can you know what i mean so that's advantages of doing something that you just love to do. What's your perspective. Everybody makes mistakes. I promise you that my life and your life is not always been easy. Absolutely that we made mistakes had challenges avoid shortages obstacles in our way. What's your philosophy perspective of when something doesn't go your way or other people call it a mistake. You have a certain philosophy about making mistakes or having challenges in your life. Oh yeah i don't believe in mistakes. I really honestly you. Don't think if it went wrong. It actually went good and because i don't i don't. I don't believe in something going wrong. I feel like something went that way for you to learn from right so ultimately whatever you predict it if it didn't happen that doesn't mean it went wrong. It just means you just falsely predicted which because you need more education and you need more information to predict and what you predict actually happens. Does that make sense. I've lived in the same way mostly black matt this is going to happen. This is gonna be a great concert is going to be a great formula is going to be a great event and then they don't happen the way they predicted and all of a sudden you like shit went wrong. He just actually predicted. We're all right so now. You gotta get more information to whatever you predicting. The future can go as close to that prediction. Possibly it's so true. I tell people all the time he was thinking said no. Something happened that you didn't understand or you did expect absolute end so your job now is to figure out why and learn and learn from it and i i do believe that that perspective comes from faith as well. Both of us are famous and when you have faith that everything is happening to you for the better ask. Are you know as you yourself extraordinary people. I think that's the biggest blessing of our careers. I sit down with. You now. Hopefully say web hours right right says honestly but i see this new thread that anyone has faith that we're on this journey to learn. We're here to help people to be a service you know in to provide value and i think in the first place i met you. You say like three times that you were more about helping other people than for yourself whether it was your own family young kids or the communities in africa. Even it was for profit. You were there to blue service. How important is it for people will to have that balance and look at all be for you. I mean the west helping them. Helps me zig ziglar elevate yourself. It's funny because there's a particular artist. I don't wanna mention his name but he had a record label. He was very successful artists and then he had a record company that he created due to the success of him being an artist and he had one particular artists that he signed that was really bubbling and was creating a lot of hype in business but to him him he felt like he didn't want to push that artist too much because he didn't want that ought to be bigger than him and he was like. How do you do it i could. How can you move. When you're artist is bigger can you i said don't you realize if you first of all you should sign anybody. You don't think has the potential to be bigger than you first of all and number two do do you know that when that artists becomes larger than you it makes you larger than him. It makes you look like a fucking genius. John like i always use dr dre as an example because i'd be like okay. Well dr dre signed fifty cent. He didn't think that fifty was going to sell ten million records. That may fit. Dr dre look like a genius okay now. When you signed that made you even dull genius. These like just think about it. I was like i was great but at little after lady got up and leaving bigger course no me to discover that girl there's no way that does not understand that only profile make you to open up your platform to even be a bigger and that's when you help other people and who the person that you help become successful that asks success and it creates a big all around you and it makes you actually look instill bigger and bigger opportunities. Come because your attachment to that person so i don't understand the logic of people not wanting to help not putting themselves in a position to make someone else bigger her and you've been a part of their success so to elevate others so iso- saying you think shaquille o'neal's richmond nice amaze not check the guy signing his check exactly that we get these around by the alright last question. Is we get into it. You got a lot of things to do what what would be the best legacy when it's all said and done there you are watching your grandkids sitting in atlanta or wherever you want to be what what would that picture look like your legacy that you blue man. I mean my legacy now. I'm still building as we speak but i wanna be able to lead the legacy where like you not forgotten. You know like your work after you're dead and gone continues to reflect ten in decades later you know what i mean like people who can say man that made a huge impact till this day i'm starting to you know allies or people creating their models according to what you achieve created you know along the way but my biggest legacy is just to be remembered for doing great things as in having that huge impact that no one can duplicate or try working forever to duplicate the timelessness. I watch us have lighting company but your music your personality. Your brand argues that you have are leading the entire world beyond just europe. I've seen one light to light up a million part of darkness in so you dressed in white. I'm thinking this guy's a huge light walkman orion and i'm just glad to be here with us. Concede aside view that is just not the music that takes a lot to be the best at what you what you doing to help other people so i appreciate your time thank you my.
Dave Matthews, Anderson Paak and Maren Morris Form Lobby Group
"Horn the music industry changes almost by the minute thanks to the internet and all kinds of streaming services these days it's a lot more complicated to figure out who gets paid for what well listeners are really good at adapting to the latest music platform the laws that govern them aren't quite so fast to catch up now is the music industry superstars including Dave Matthews and Anderson park have formed the music artists coalition it's a new Washington DC outfit that will lobby for musicians rights I spoke with reporters Lucas Shaw who broke the story for Bloomberg and he explained how musicians often have to rely on the federal government unlike a lot of other creative industry you the federal government has a huge role in affecting how artists especially how the song writers get compensated from all sorts of different parties so you either have judges or laws or some other government bodies determining how songwriters get paid by radio station by bars by restaurants by streaming services you know Pandora Spotify apple you name it and even last year Congress passed a new act called modernization act but also affected a lot of the royalty collection all the artists of the relationship between the music industry in Washington is very tight and artists are looking to make sure that into their voices heard whatever new laws and bills are being proposed the music modernization act went through a lot of iterations and was not easy to get passed to recording artist feel that there were things that were either cut out of that act or could have been stronger are they hoping that there might be other kinds of legislation going forward you know when I spoke with earning a daughter who's a manager everybody from Travis Scott to the eagles to Dan company at least involved in in working with all of them he said that he felt the bill was net neutral but it wasn't a bad thing but if if that was the best effort to making your and better for artists it didn't change a whole lot but I do think that this is as much about what's coming next as what has already happened because the fact is is that every year or two it seems that there is some new issue involving artist in Washington and there's certain laws that are currently on the books that they would love to see change if there is any way you know for example from an old telecommunications act that created the idea of safe harbor which is what allows a lot of free music to collaborate on you too that they would love to get rid of and the other complicating factor is they're different licenses that apply based on how a song is used there is the mechanical license which the license to copy and distribute the composition and there's the sound recording which is the performance of that song is that part of the problem to that rights and royalties are pretty complicated once you start taking them apart yeah I sometimes get confused explaining music rights to myself or to editors and I have to say you know you have the recording which is the musical performer you have the publisher which is a song writer and then within both of those you have your point mechanical performers are just so many different right very hard to keep track of very hard to know what is what and the fact is is that most artists don't know these things they're not keeping on they're not keeping tabs and they are relying on intermediaries whether it agent or publisher is certainly able to keep track of it for them but the idea behind you the company or the new lobbying group is we need professionally minded folks who understand the intricacies of the music business and can advocate on artist behalf in BC and make sure that there's no kind of contrast think decide because the fact is is that labels and publishers often have a different golden artist they obviously all want the music to be listened to but if the label can keep a little more the money that the artist is gonna keep they're probably gonna do that we're talking with Lucas shot at Bloomberg about a new lobbying effort by musicians Dave Matthews I suspect is not really hurting when it comes to whatever he's pay how much of what artists like Dave Matthews are doing or for himself and maybe for other lesser known less powerful art as they try to work for all song writers and performers I think a little bit of both so I'm I've been told the Dave Matthews for example is very upset that there's so much bootleg merchandise available on Amazon fans will pay for any new T. shirt or concert DVD or anything like that and if somebody else uploading it to Amazon Dave Matthews at their thing will why should some other person get money that should really go to be enter my bandmate though you've got lots of money part of it is is fighting the good banking but I do think you're right that you know the the names that have signed up for this Dave Matthews Band don Henley man Morris Anderson pock either big stars and when they say they're getting behind an issue that forces other people to pay attention and come to the table and it makes it easier for them to look out for the little guy it also strikes me as a little bit odd that one of the people who is involved in this is Irving aids off and people have been around the music business know that Irving has been Hey he's been a manager he's been a promoter it does feel like he is almost on the other side of this equation where ARE Irving A.'s office priorities aligned with that of some of the artists I mean look Irving has had almost every job in the music business he ran after he ran a record label but I think the through line through his career has for the most part been standing up to the artist in particular in this leader phase of his career he has tried whether self interested or not to get a flight for artists right and art is getting more money in the face of you know large tech companies playing the consolidation of record labels you know earning a thought came of age in the music industry that looked a lot different than it did say a lot more diffuse you had more different labels you had more different salaries now they're just a handful of companies that can control things in tow Irving answered made it is critical or to be saved that giant for some of these artists and one of the overriding complications I assume is the rise of streaming services so let's just say I pay ten Bucks to go into a bar there streaming Spotify there's a song by the eagles is that part of the problem that the green not that kind of calculation in a digital era is incredibly complicated a lot of people feel like the streaming kana me has been built for example is to the detriment of the song writers that's just one of many ways that when you have a new type of economy that it has in the shift from CD's I tune about dreaming there's both opportunity and peril and who collects the
Detroit, John Hewitt And Grammy discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"They rolled out the red carpet for Detroit's version of the Grammy's Friday night, w w j NewsRadio nine fifties. John Hewitt has more from the annual Detroit music awards partygoers pack, the Fillmore Friday night in honor of Detroit music artists from the past present and future. But as an usual as it may sound music awards. President Howard hurts tells me. Detroit's finest. Or appreciate it more outside of the city, arrested appreciates Detroit using more than Detroiters. Do surprisingly that over the years. Why do you think that is because? Thing where you're living somewhere. You don't always recognize what you've got a big supporter of the annual music awards. Now in its twenty eighth year is local recording artists.
Spotify, Apple And Recording Artists discussed on The Frame
"Songwriters make pennies on the dollar each time. Their music is streamed and streaming making up about seventy five percent of the music business in the United States. They not surprisingly want eight better cut, so songwriters were pleased. When last year the copyright royalty board decided to boost their streaming royalties from ten percent to about fifteen percent. But reports this week said that Spotify Google Amazon and Pandora want to appeal that decision to find out why spoke with Lucas Shaw from the Bloomberg newsroom where he reports on the entertainment business, and he said the dispute started with the music modernization act a law passed last year, which set up a new framework for how songwriters would get paid. While it's fairly easy to know who recorded a song, the songwriting can get really messy because you're factoring yourself and factoring in samples you oftentimes have seven or eight or nine different songs. In writers on track. And so you'll have all these fractions of ownership somebody will have to percents. Somebody left by percent somebody left. Ten percent oftentimes leads to litigation and disputes over who knows what the music modernization act it accomplished a few different things. But the the most important moving forward for the industry was trying to end some of that in the process of how these services paid on writers. So after that became law. There were other arguments over how much songwriters were getting. So how do things stand today, and what is the most current dispute so just this week or ten five big tech companies and music spot by Amazon YouTube, which is owned by Google alphabet and then Pandora which is now owned by Sirius XM, satellite radio company appealed, a decision made in January of two thousand eighteen that the rate that a lot of songwriters would get paid. For a particular royalty without getting into the weeds songwriters get paid to different types. Royalties from streaming services and one of them was determined by these copyright judges last year, and the tech companies have essentially said that the process in which this happened was not right and they're appealing. Apple is not part of it. They have tried to be more and more friendly to the music industry. But these other four tech companies have all appealed and are trying to get a re hearing of what these rates should be the music industry. Of course is saying look at these companies. They don't care about the songwriter. They're trying to reduce what they pay the tech companies insist whether you believe them or not they're not actually protesting the rate, but they're protesting the process in which it was determined. So there's two different issues. One is the growth and the rate and the rate of the royalty has gone up materially. But the other issue is that of your songwriter. That's like maybe one cent to one and a half cents. So in terms of the real world. Even if they're big increases in those royalty rates is it really meaningful to songwriters. It's meaningful in a really small way to your point. You know songwriter. Don't make the bulk of their money from streaming or from sales. They make a lot money. When a song goes crazy on radio or get used in a commercial movie. What's called a sync license songwriters field? They get screwed over in the way royalties are paid out that the bulk of revenue from me Spotify or an apple music goes to recording artists and not on right? A record labels collect depending on on the service and the contract you fifty to fifty five percent of Spotify revenue and songwriters collect under these new rules, which was assuming significant increase like fifteen percent. This whole dispute makes me think of something that happened in the movie business in the nineteen eighties. And that was along with the advent of the video cassette in the studio said, listen, this is going to cost us a lot to make and manufacture and distribute. So even though it's this new revenue source. We're only gonna give screenwriters a small fraction of what it actually. Of what these cassettes are actually bringing in. And it ended up being the screenwriter took it cost him hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars is a similar argument that these distributors in streaming services are proposing. Now is that we have to be we have to get a break because we're growing, and we don't want to go out of business. And we might if we don't have this. If that is definitely not argument made by some of the companies, one of the reason you'd see someone like apple not protesters because apple makes so much money from selling phones, they don't really care about losing a little money on music Spotify whose entire businesses music need to make money on their service and bay of certainly made that argument part of it. They're still a growing service. Still figuring out a model that works for them. They reported a profit in their most recent quarter. But it's one of the first time they've ever done that. And then to the point you're making about VHS in new technologies. There's also the record label or the music company factor in here because. It's oftentimes the music company making the deal with the streaming service on behalf of their artists and the three biggest music companies in the world, universal Sony and Warner all operate both record labels and publishing which represents songwriters. And they have made the decision to tilt the scales in favor of the recording artists rather than the songwriter. Yeah. Those three companies control about eighty percent of all of licensing. So what happens next you have these record labels that have this? Huge clout, you have these companies outside with Spotify are making a lot of money. What are the possible outcomes in the dispute? One outcome is that they decide to keep the system as is. And all the different streaming services impact companies have to figure out how to make money from it. How the business works and the other is that they revisit it may revise now in the grand scheme of things we're talking about, you know, there's there's some clear barriers on what the division could be payment was like ten percent. And it was fifteen percent of overall revenue. It's going to be somewhere in that window. And none of it is going to completely change the game for songwriters, but songwriters were very very happy about this ruling last year. And if all of a sudden that rate gets put down it is just going to lead to a lot more tension between them and these tech companies which do want songwriters to to like them and work with them. Because at the same time that they're trying to reduce the rate that they're paying they're trying to convince more and more artists to work directly with them instead of go through the labels because the real concern for Spotify. For a lot of other music companies is how much they have to pay intermediaries record labels music, publishers. Everybody's trying to fight for a larger piece of what is growing, but still sort of small
Behind the Ryan Adams Investigation
"This week. We are we are talking about a very difficult subject and one that we think requires a tremendous amount of attention with no distraction. You may have read a few days ago. A big investigative report by joke. Cosgrove Molina Risa about Ryan Adams in that piece. They interview several people who say that Adams was emotionally abusive and sexually manipulative and enlist in one case participated in sexual communications with a minor. So on this week's pop guys, we're going to talk with Joan Melena about their story about how it came together. And also about kind of the bigger picture issues that brings up about how metoo as asserted itself. I'm also not asserted itself in the music business and whether articles like this and stories like this are going to become more common. So I've got Joe costs corralitos pop music report in the New York Times. Hey. John Molina, Risa culture reporter and also part of the Pulitzer prize winning team for our workplace sexual harassment coverage last year. Hey, melinda. Hey there. So geysers a tremendous amount of detail in this story. But I I wanna talk a little bit about in the music business specifically, and I'm not talking about Ryan Adams in this case. But broadly speaking, there's a lot of whisper networks, there's a lot of people who are spoken about stay away from so-and-so cetera. That's a common thing. It's much less common to have a number of people certainly some high profile people you have many more who is Ryan's ex wife. You've got Phoebe bridges. I know you spoke with other folks who are recording artists. Can you talk a little bit about how this story kind of came out from what I would imagine began as a with. But whisper network into something more serious and substantive like this. Yeah. I mean, this story kind of launched with a in a sort of twofold way, we got an anonymous tip. You know, we have the times has an honest. Line. And a lot of it is heavily used for information. Like, this people talk about, you know, check out this person, you know, his bay badly in whatever way. So we got one of those and kind of I think simultaneously Joe was talking to some music industry. Sources in a way that led him to think you know, that maybe that tip was worth looking into. I've been having a conversation with a source that I knew through previous stories, and this person was sort of tiptoeing around the idea that there was a prominent musician who may be deserved looking into. And then as Molina said, we got this tip around the same time. I think after a day or two of of the sort of vague back and forth that I was having. And of course, this like you said the whisper network, this is was about someone Ryan Adams who has a reputation and his reputation up to this point had been that of bad. Boy, I think I would say bad-boy rocker, you know, of reputation he cultivated himself. Into famous for sort of onstage meltdown are two for leaving a critic nasty voicemail heating, combative online, even with fans and listeners in general and being somewhat of a womanizer, and that's often the euphemism. Stick way that abusers are talked about in public space in space. So I think as much as he had this reputation. He was also very nimble at avoiding being pinned down on it because he continued over the years to work with a large variety of very prominent musicians. And also a lot of young women one of the kind of intriguing parts of the of the story. They picture is this kind of forward-facing image of I'm an advocate for young female musicians. I put them out on my label. I talked to him about songwriting. I. I offer mentor in I you know, I very vocally speak out on behalf of them. And then as you see in your piece what's happening publicly is often quite different than what's happening by the scenes. So maybe can we talk a little bit about some of the cognitive dissonance or the non cognitive dissonance of those circumstances. One thing we really wanted to underline in the piece is and you know, this took a few drafts to really hone in on. But the idea of how power works in the music industry and that because it is a more diffuse industry that's not as top down. Sometimes an artist even in artist who's not a household name or a bestseller with radio hits can wield a ton of influence and power in the industry. This is especially in something like indie rock and something like Alta country, or whatever you wanna call it. These sort of smaller scenes someone like Ryan Adams had a lot of credit. He had a lot of attention paid to him and that allowed him to both lure in. And champion these women. So something as simple as a tweet about how good someone's album is or an opening slot on a few of his tour dates that brings a lot of attention to arising or an emerging or an aspiring artist. And that's that's what we saw him doing publicly. Now, what we found in our reporting is that as we say in the piece is there was a much darker reality behind the scenes where he was sort of dangling. These opportunities telling women he would make albums with them. You know, he has a studio he has a label saying they were the greatest thing ever. He had a few lines. We heard over and over again, he would tell women, you know, I hear your next album. I it has a lot of strings on it or he told Phoebe bridges that. She was like Bob Dylan, and it was always this gushing praise while
"recording artists" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Freezing. My. And Jimmy Kimmel who hosted last year's Oscars had this to say about this year's morning variety. I realize this. But there were there officially they said there will be no Oscar host this year. They've decided to go host. I guess whoever wasn't hosted last year did such a great job. Going worse than being replaced by a robot is being replaced by nothing. Dan. Thank you, by the way. I forgot to announce a winner in that little brain BUSTER than I did about Taylor swift as in where was she when she took this picture, that's all over the place. Now, she's is Laurie Laurie MARTINI from middle village queens. And the picture was taken in London where she's starting cats. Yeah. The film her she's playing the part of bomb Bellina. Yeah. The cat the sexy. Oh, excellent role for her. And she's interested in Ron Tom tug played by Jason Derulo fine singer recording artist and then Johnson sings the song. Cavity. Which is about another cat. That's played by. Anyway, she's there in London. Lohan, she said. I'm getting ready to start filming on cats. Harry. Twenty-one greg. How I got it. Even have done. Any better when he did it? I'm down here. Here's suing the ride.
Chris Brown arrested in Paris on suspicion of rape
"Have another two days to decide whether to charge him or let him go. A twenty four wheels woman told investigators she met the artist early January sixteenth in Parisian nightclub. Crystal and followed him to his suite at the Mandarin Oriental hotel with a couple of other women. The woman says she found herself alone in a room with the singer and that he raped her. According to local newspapers, a friend of grounds in his bodyguard. Also, abused her. She said one of Brown's bodyguards and another person were detained with the singer local police officials said Brown's publicists Sony Music wouldn't immediately comment on the complaint. The platinum recording artists has been in continuous legal trouble since he was convicted for assaulting then girlfriend Rihanna in two thousand nine he completed his probation. In two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen he was arrested at his home, north Los Angeles for allegedly pointing a gun at a Ford at former beauty Queen Bailey cure on he denied the allegation was released on two hundred and fifty thousand dollar Bill. First of all, what's so crazy. Is that I didn't even hear about this. What who wrote that a page six? Okay. Like, I haven't seen it anywhere. Like, no one's talking about it came out. This was written at six thirty am. So we're in on your films. But like when it comes to Chris Brown. It's like, nobody cares. It's the weirdest thing. He's so
"recording artists" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"The recording artists was trying to leave. When people started rushing towards him to meet him and get an autograph. The LAPD says there was a stampede. The fire department says that ten people had to be treated eight were taken to the hospital. None of the injuries was serious. We did get to talk to for to the fans from the bar supreme court Justice Brett Kavanagh sworn in twice now. President Trump at his second ceremonial swearing in you, sir. Under historic scrutiny were proven innocent. I'm Bill Rakoff. There aren't any landmark cases before the court this week, but cavenaugh and the other justices will hear several cases one of them featuring another challenge to the nineteen Eighty-four armed career criminal act. It provides for a fifteen year minimum for crimes involving firearms for those already with three violent convictions cabin. And the justices will also hear challenges on the. Detention of undocumented immigrants and a case involving navy sailors and his best exposure Bill Raikov CBS news, Washington responding to a question about the disappearance of a Saudi Washington Post journalist while visiting the Saudi Arabian Constantini Istanbul. House speaker Paul Ryan, I think it's very disturbing. It's very unnerving. We just need to get clear facts from both governments the Turks and the Saudis a vigil for victims of that deadly limousine wreck in upstate New York. CBS's Matt pipers there thousands came together. Monday nights out of the victims of the deadly crash. Several of those killed including four sisters lived into small city of Amsterdam about thirty minutes from the crash scene once night fell candles lit sky. As did the singing of the song amazing. Grace one speaker saying we are crushed with you. We are crushed for. You officials say the driver was not properly licensed to drive that limousine. This is CBS news. Progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works for you. Find out more at Progresive dot com. Hey guys can hear from the hip hot cast today's growth who would win a three mile bicycle race in eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour de France. It all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle bulletin on a ten speed in the pro racers gonna win every time but put the races around a tricycle in the eleven year old winds every time you see it's not the driver. It's the vehicle when it comes to generating revenue. It's exactly the same..
Mac Miller, Malcolm McCormick and Fulton County discussed on Kilmeade and Friends
"No cause of death for twenty six year old recording artists. Mac miller. The LA county medical examiner in California says authorities. Found him I'm responsive in his home fellow musician. Pittsburgh slim says fans will remember MAC Miller. Great, great great. Nobody. Add anything bad to say about him. You could see by the reaction on Twitter MAC. Miller's real name is Malcolm McCormick. Authorities pronounced him dead at the scene.
Funeral arrangements set for Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin
"Funeral details released for, the Queen of soul it will start, with public viewing on August the twenty eighth and twenty ninth at the Charles h. right museum of African American history Detroit which will run from nine AM to nine PM the. Funeral will. Beat AM on August the. Thirty first greater. Grace temple church in the city limit it to close family and friends the service will feature major recording artists according to. Officials but. The lineup has not yet. Been set, Franklin's, body will be finally laid to rest at woodland. Cemetery alongside her father the Reverend Dr c l Franklin Along with, sisters Caroline
An Investigation Into The Opioid Epidemic
"Chang journalists Beth Macy covered every facet of the opioid crisis as a reporter for the Roanoke times in Virginia She embedded with, addicts trying to get clean she followed families grieving after overdose deaths interviewed heroin dealer sifted. Through drug studies in court documents and now she's written a book based on that reporting, it's called dope sick in which she attempts to capture the sheer scale of the crisis we have lost three hundred thousand Americans in. The last fifteen years to drug overdose deaths and, we're going to lose that many and just the. Next five Macy traces the root of the current epidemic to the mid nineties that's one Purdue pharma debut the blockbuster drug Oxycontin which was aggressively marketed as an addiction free painkiller. It was the strongest, version of an opioid painkiller that had ever hit the market and because it was a twelve hour time release doctors were told that this is absolutely safe and patients. Were told this is absolutely. Say that addiction is quote, exquisitely, rare, as one Purdue officials said that turned out to be hollow promise as Macy's on her reporting Dependence on Oxycontin and other. Painkillers laid the, foundation for the current heroine epidemic, she begins her story with a teenager named, Jesse who made the jump from pills to heroin and, didn't make it out alive because wanting these rambunctious kids who rarely napped as a little. Boy he would fall asleep with toy still in his hands and early on they put, him on ADHD medication he also had some football and snowboarding injuries when he was fifteen and sixteen and was prescribed opioid painkillers then. His mother isn't exactly sure at what point he, became hooked at what point he realized he was. Dope sick but he knew he could trade his ADHD medicine for the opioid pills and one thing led to another when the pills got harder to get because of doctors cracking. Down on prescribing that's, when the heroine started coming in his mother Christy she asked you she said she wanted to know how he got to that place and that becomes Sort of your books underlying question how do you try to answer, a question like that well I just tried to listen to her in. Here what her concerns were I. Mean she asked me to go interview the drug dealer who had landed in her town a few months, before jesse's death and who had. Increased the supply of heroin in that town but our main question was how is, my gorgeous handsome charismatic son nineteen years old never missed a day of. Work even up until the moment he died had missed a day of work how does he end up overdosed. On someone else's bathroom floor and she says I. Thought, it was just. Pills and, I heard that over and over she thought it was, quote just pills What's compelling about this book is, you come at it from all sides, you spend hours with a drug. Dealer named Ronnie Jones who ran one of the largest heroin? Rings in the, mid Atlantic region how did you, coax Ronnie to open up to you. About why he did what, he did You have, a story, to tell to and I also interviewed, his brother who was a. Very successful rap recording artist and producer and you know. He had tried so many times to help Ronnie when he would get out of prison and jail from his former, incarceration stints and Ronnie just could never. He you know having this early felon on his record he can never go legit he tells me he tried to over and. Over again he tried to start his own business in this little town that he landed in to work in the chicken plant and no one would rent, to him. And he also is not quite willing to, take responsibility for the dust that his supply may have eventually caused. In that community that's what struck me when I. Was reading the section about Ronnie because he kind of rationalized his business. As providing a service that he was offering heroin discount price he was saving people that trip to Baltimore which which would be. Much more dangerous to be much more dangerous it was like he was doing something of value To the community is the way he looked at it he. Said my hair on doesn't have federal in it You know he was. Kind of proud of that but Ronnie story illustrates how. Little we do for felons trying to reenter our society we don't make it. Easy for them, to get, jobs they often come out and they only fines and he tries. To go, legit he ends up, you know he starts out selling weed again which he had been selling before but meanwhile, since, he's. Been imprisoned this opioid thing has exploded, and somebody tells him in the break room. Of Georgia's chicken hey man if you wanna make the real money you need to be bringing heroin in. Connection he starts bringing in it in bulk in, from Harlem. And overnight as as the prosecutors, still the story I think there's a little more, nuance than. This but overnight they say the town of Woodstock Virginia goes from having a? Handful of heroin? Users. Thomas hundreds what do you make of the federal government's response to the crisis so far under this administration yeah so President. Trump said he was going to declare a national emergency And several months ago he declared, something that sounded like a. National emergency but was actually a public health emergency which. Released no new funds are no new with authority and again with one hundred. And forty five, people a, day dying of this we need to as one person in the. Book says, with Zico we sent, helicopters we need to send helicopters and what I believe we need is more across the, board, access. To medication assisted treatment and which study, after study shows is the best way to. Help somebody with opioid use disorder prevent an overdose death and I realize there was so much disagreement about. What the what treatments should be I mean you, talk about. Buprenorphine for example which is an, opioid itself and how it could be effectively incorporated, into treatment. Programs but there's a lot of resistance to that why is that most of? The treatment centers? In. America believe in abstinence only care all the people that I was Following on the. Ground in Roanoke Virginia and elsewhere including Jesse my football player up in the Woodstock area they were all being sent. At great expense to their families to these very expensive abstinence only centers and when they get, out they're opioid naive, because they haven't been taking it and then when they relapse which most of them. Do that's, when they're the most, vulnerable to, overdose and die are you worried that the public and maybe even policymakers are reaching. A point of fatigue when it comes to. Stories about opiates the way the public has reached a, point of the, teak about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan I have to tell you I reached a point of. Fifty myself I, put a Google alert. On opioid epidemic when. I, first started working on this book, almost three years, ago and, there were so many articles I couldn't even. Read them all I mean there are scores of articles every day but they each of them only. Deal with a little piece of something going on right now and my goal. With this book was not, to just show you how, we got here and what it's gonna take to get. Out of it but also to inspire people to care and I really hope that that's what I've done that Macy is author of the new book dope sick thank you very very much joining us thank you so much also
"recording artists" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Never more than one hundred and thirty years the boston pops as they were officially named in nineteen hundred they've been bringing music to you guys the citizens of boston under the direction of keith lockhart they have been nominated for multiple grammy big pickup in their touring and playing with so many different artists such as rachel plan our colleague matt miller he's backstage with rachel listen thoughts and our performance tonight matt over to you yes well her performance was awesome she's an ami she's a multi platinum selling recording artists and she's from the area racial so great to have you here tell us about growing up in newton center playing clubs around boston you know this was a dream that i thought was kind of impossible when i was fifteen i was in choir and like doing math homework i was never like i could be on this stage some day and i slowly started playing in bars around newton and around boston and i started building a fan base from the grass the ground up so boston is the reason that i'm here on the stage that is awesome and of course it's still important to be doing your math homework i know you're very interested in the empowerment of girls and you started a charity in that tell me about that yeah absolutely i'm part of american eagle's eyrie campaign right now and we did a campaign with no retouching to encourage girls to love their bodies and accept their bodies and know that they're are beautiful just as they are i think it's so important on social media we do so much perfecting and we try to show this perfect image and it's important for your good just as you are don't change a thing very important message thank you so much rachel platin coming up the indigo girls on the boston pops fireworks spectacular.
"recording artists" Discussed on The Starters
"Two two tom i thought yeah yeah this was crazy yesterday we said hey i'll do trump well i i said no one else wants to i said if were desperate to know where we desperately apparently apparently were desperate so on the drop last week uh i offer handedly said that prince the recording artist a of been slightly over overrated a statement that i stand by while s when looked at any ngo little though it may be slightly a little over right he was slightly over i didn't say wasn't great i think he's great yeah i think when people are so reverend towards something i i get i get uncomfortable so i'll just you know threat you did say some of you were like obviously an extremely talented musician very original but do you find yourselves putting on a prince album never of my point personally i don't ever think to listen to prince that said we went up to the office and listen to a a bunch hadn't print saigon i enjoyed it all of the ira so is it you know he's great but is he slightly overrated perhaps anywhere else here so i got a lot of challenges on twitter they didn't agree with me what which is fine meyer their passion but said couple of people challenge me to come up with the most appropriately rated lands so uh or eight okay not underrated exactly properly rated so here we go at number five.
"recording artists" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"Philly fan she's of my little guy they're trying to poison his brain my to middle kids are through and throughout new yorkers so it's almost got two and two so it's created a rivalry like it a weird way i get i guess i got a roof for the eagles but then as a new yorker you never hear the end of that i also think the patriots gonna winning cover samba i'm picking the patriots what what are you are you got justin timberlake by the way justin timberlake is there annual cool than justin timberlake you narrowly now that he is not not manning's declared so he so cool that the other guys cement sank actually floated out to be a story that there were rumors that they were getting back together for the halftime show and the joy fatone goes there's no truth to the rumors and they're like no once you you're starting the roma there's no rumor you're suggesting that room ended up thinks that maybe timberlake are also wondering if he wanted to ever unit which by the way would sell it every arena in america he would do but he does on his own is one who's the coolest person you've met it doesn't have to be music sykes some i call i can't believe this met soandso now great question i briefly met stevie wonder one time and i watched a record in in studio and that was it was i was working with for a time and he was working on snoop dogs album in one day stevie wonder is walks in records and that was probably at the oil analyst transpose if you will not solve him saying he was doing the one actually that was on new doubts record was called california role who's you got an album cut but watching him get in and beat the perfectionist he still is as such a legend that was his ears are different than yours right it's i assume that's that's that's what i mean you're blind ya just like kids.
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"Jack the hat submerged the rebel lawn other hip part would take it is now because around flight very good up like the world trade center the how opposite does it mean spirited out there that's not has well usually worse thicket of a better deal you don't know and she put to begin the act we would go crazy for we romania remain yeah we've had exciting well let's let's get out here in a few minutes before i let you go soup dog year mike thank you guys in the super bowl prediction the patriots a favoured by five over the eagles first off you have in the super bowl party years doing anything actually know now we're we're waiting to see if we have a gig that day for the super bowl thing davor eric they gotta a gig for the super bowl if not i'm gonna have a party vice president you guys along the come to angst the sing a single sargis coming to handle prize have some home is at the epa koreawatching watching the ball is relative not have the giants in there that's super bowl super bowl li it'll be great i think i i think i'm rooting for the eagles though that is why you're rude we are the major it added a bad sparta majette fan out i don't know love philly so what what do i do i'm a man without a home i guess i guess some room for eagles because after the patriots always take it it's like i don't wanna be weird about like this he'll cliche i just want a good game and i do 'cause the eagle viking emu could ever watch the senate was pointless whereas renewing the jacksonville game when downs lars great to watch it so we give me a competitive game you'll be happy it's weird you're married into a philadelphia family they coerced my oldest child is seventeen now my daughter makes why you lazy.
"recording artists" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"It's very firm downward on ronchi where you at night version it is delicious maybe it let's say although there there this booth lago say bruno mars none of that again we're not doing that that's what i like that's is what i like this give me just you just play the same thing over and i'll do i'll send you play the same thing if that's how would start over restore this is here to met leave song are with bruno mars okay here we go mm hmm samper gone give it to the fate the jazz do away you that's what i like this is what i like what i like justin timberlake cloud cloudera oh great stevie wonder it lucille marvin gaye let's get it on the as yet unknown now what's gone winnow worth knowing known was elvis presley got five oh prayers pillow by come on before i am cook cook grew into going home in a bike on frankie in johnny adverse result was the most classic that was the most plastic santos all all right right give me another give me that were yet he wants the prince brands all right yeah that come on i'm just having a lot of rain right now knock nacchio you however again yeah bag variable he is there a tough one vicky small's oh you can we and it was all the dream i guess the read of magazine in the limousine of a wall mr monday motherofall timothy pop bamboo sivina private stack back one are used to reject.
"recording artists" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"Now he said yesterday monies running but anyway so here's what people want me to do with you hit me live listed a bunch of people they if you can do it if not i get it where i'm going to put out a name wherever comes to mind ryan said to have younger ktar he's like a little taste got not a full performance you got it's like event is an example if i said billy joel take a second and just you to give you like fuck couple bars billy joel if they're my go edward and we're going to go as long as we can go i got people here that are chatting with us teach which dot tv brazil as they put her name up there i'll say tear and we'll see let's see we can't get seven or eight of them out there sounds good are you iq here's max and rhyme your sentence throw a name out there i guess that you could just be playing guitar in i'll do i'll do the government will go to our usual here so this one some folks like to get away let's take a holiday roman neighborhood we have a flat so much elton john who cuba gone halted posted sonnen answer the food i'm forgetting live rare suicide to glass exam with us okay we'll give it to me such such a cop done okay madonna madonna who was common who lack of there gene.
"recording artists" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"As a new idea these covers and my good friend kirch snyder how's the guru it's that world for me he kind of embrace he seems like a crazy scientists type guy and i was i i asked one you guys ago related i know the spellings different but like that guy he he might be crazy but he these what he's doing people together he is a genius i'll wetter weather another fresh video and you'll know even though she was but you she watched that twice since better than red tube i'm on i'm just saying hey read some of its good this is ike to go watch sweater weather with maxus video you know what i'm talking about what you to give you didn't get paid on that stuff highly not particularly no now you're at least making some dough yeah sometimes you know school we definitely makes you realize that we can never do for the money man you gotta make money to make money do four let me walk of course when people stop paying your you'll less of course lukoil saying what you're seeing fergie nights the i promise you now no no so you have at this tell people this all the time i lived in my own life you have the window is now close and opening of course so you have to make sure you're and you have one of the best guys in the hope music business and i'll say is name era golson who always protect you in you'll never worry about a penny with that guy but you the window is closing yeah you have to take advantage of what's happening right now because there's no guarantee five years from now that you're right you may not right another very i think you will but take advantage and kill it right now and everyone else can f off totally knobs eighty we definitely you know we we we play the gates for the money in it you need to make a living but i'm never i personally will never make a decision based on money that's my big thing i'm not gonna make a big paycheck because i have to not do something that i would do normally like like that that and that's happened a few times in the last few.
"recording artists" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"And he does he will give a rat's ass about sports you know he knows the teams in the players names and for some reason these a joellen beat fan the six he's got high ryan years there's all the big jovi but he can sing told so i decide is a dad i'm going to teach him songs that i wanted it i wanted to know just to now so i've i've taught him love potion number nine you're the coasters and he knows up on a roof and the drifters and then one day decided to teach him on my own delay miserably class course and it was like well you teach and in that and this kid i'll share a minute goes out there and joe's on and those and kills it yeah and i wonder did you have a song oh yeah i i was tony west side story in a like an a like a musical theater camp thing hijab did you do it just medical did maria did you know that some where all of the all the classics and i remember being like and of course it so new yorkbased and funny enough my my cousin the only other performer my family i was the original baby john in the movie and russia and all of that and he's the only really the only one of my my family that that did everybody else are like you know small jewish lawyers and dentists and things like that and they're not the singing group lozada hotter there that's very irish other side which is my mom's you know again doctors lawyer so it was it was really special to be in that show and then you know edison with my parents love billy joel grown up i listen to tons of billy joel it was it was that and new york state of mind and and just being in that show and doing hearing that song i am i was just like this is how i can't live without doing this that's the big thing my parents like we can't do sports and.
"recording artists" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"Much do i think i think catches a wonderful writer and vocalists but but what really moved me and with that performance was realizing that she started to lose it match it if towards the end the hand and her losing it and you could you could really tell she relive relived the entire experience and that i think was what i felt the two we were all sitting there watching careers weird because she wrote about this personal experience with i want to get into it does sara lee but because of what's going on with me too and it's discussing an everyday it's another story another story y'all guys empowered even guy's not in that so much power just so you'll abusive towards women and doing things that as a father of a daughter you you want to kill the guy um but yeah it'll is so apropos for what's going on and i've never had that experience before like i was elicit michael jackson's my favorite singer of all time yeah and i felt emotional during man in the mirror during the grammys backing i think he was 1988 but last night with something stupid that's why they use also weird the country music stuff last night and i don't mind country music israel depressing yeah i don't know what the stories with that these days seems like if you don't have a guy it in your song or you're not singing about bang abroad zip it to some depressed listening well that was what was injuring him about bruno mars winning so many awards at him being like out is only unbalanced the night leg where's the right down to it he's great if you met him now i haven't met him but i'm obsessed of course he's a disaster best best show i think i've ever seen here he's maize every single video see him he was a michael jackson impersonate say as a dancer only yeah no yeah rate are you got all these while you were in we were in hawaii actually where lights delo started iccat played on the radio in hawaii so we went out there and and when you went out there just to hear it on there will be predictable shows again this is only wires.
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"A safe from this current team i got a lot of love i gotta lana left for kanter spirit i loved that he and who likes his attitude with this harden even you know obviously the new york adds of this last game with the sons than you have at the but the thing out about progress with though it's the i love including they'll tell me a is the kinda guy if if and when the next get good he becomes i wanna say charles oakley but he'd be a guy that we'd be he'd be beloved because he talks again yeah the the promise that the knicks aren't good if i were now to eight scientific it the press all the tell me yet they plan lebrun and the cavaliers a couple of months ago yet and remember they had a lead and the bronze took over in the fourth quarter the games at the garden and the next lost the game they wilted in the last five minutes fought the fourth quarter up every day and that's really the weak point the next day i turn on the radio and i'm reading the coms were not hear people talk and nick fans were like yes we competed and in fact that you compered we law is the same with hey we show the bronze james that we can now you show the broad james that you're still is bench their that he's still owns us yeah win you have to win as long as nick fans we decide where to accept all we got close why the knicks and i'm of dire nick clans you'll put our kings my favorite player of all time yet we have built the knicks are and madison square garden to and i'll tell you i talk about the garden last night the grammys rip madison square garden yet and it looked awesome and it was awesome and we've built the gordon up in a sports way of you're the mecca yet the reality is that we have a wanna goddamn thing in madison square garden other than the 94 rangers since the 70s so as long as we talk a great game and we've we as the families who never lost the game right but madison square garden we love it because it's ours nails kitchen underway we from long island but that's all kasey but like we own.
"recording artists" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"And from there slice been pretty cool and then you meet this wonderful woman british and you fall in love when did you write this song as a love song to or prospective woman or did you right thinking of your car so as for my wife yeah we just we rods what with the fob wayne wiz khalifa now's when i first started dating her we she would come in for shows every ended up in for just one say why would you start dating during a tour with fall out boy and wiz khalifa said it as you start other things there you started dating after the tour that's all right said to me and i i'd been very newly single like i was in a very bad relationship in a long time and when i'm single i'm very very ravenous i don't really know what to do with myself i'm hitting up every girl i've ever known and ryan and had seen that in our whole relationship the guy was so called the booty gray's it's when you hit up ten girls at wants to see who reflect and so so i had gone through this for it i wish i was ryan for just a day not only for you i'm pat o'brien basically what happened was you know i am i literally like a week and a half later um i that one of the first day with my wife and it was like a lights which went off knows it didn't matter i wasn't interested in anyone else it was this they say ours is true love rare really honestly and it was from their deciding oh my gosh first off i probably will see this go for another two mud some of his tour for two months and and she's got a nanny job every day she's not gonna be able to come and just be here but we made a work she would come out every other weekend she'd fly we'd have dates in different states and that's how i knew and i think i'm glad because there there were so many it's it's definitely a life that people would say while you not got who got the book got the book which is the book numbers someone how to get that book alert.
"recording artists" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"Of or now it's about his five year old there's always some distraction that scene that way melodrama low some the gear sink your teeth into something you're gonna say something i think it's funny because i you know i don't care about sports zero but i also especially don't care for the patriots as if i were to care at all right but i think most people just at some point don't wanna see some one win all the time you know it is great though it's like duke basketball used to be noted in football you need to create you need to it's almost like superheroes here's the bad guys yeah you need to have those types of dynasties because we had the love him or hate of new york as we hear anyway but when the team you hate has hammered success it just it fuels the hey even more alive every sport needs that guy or that you place would go in the world and they're like our they'll tell me you're you like the yankees and i'm like yeah i do i get you so you're ever in iraq in earlier talked about old school my next very argue takeover i ever read now i don't know where this in every country go everywhere we go yorac at ninety rally rock always have you of interleague game at all so many men to somehow you would have stage now you madison square garden has a deal where they have a guy got mexican 100 grand a year and he's a celebrity guests booker and his job is one job in only one job and that is to make sure they are wellknown people sitting in the first five or ten rose oh yeah yeah how are you at a stage now where you get that call that's that's the.
"recording artists" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"Young daddy daddy i wanted to this to that like all five year olds do now you don't have kids yet and so you'll experiences has every father and and mother has experienced eur five year old say daddy daddy daddy daddy daddy daddy give what they do so the guy goes calls the five real the pissing tom brady of course reacts the way we all going to react and that is f you my kids are off limits there's one problem with that aspect of it now i have four kids and i've tried very hard to protect my kids from what i do for a living there are times though i have put my kids out there namely my son sunny with two rats to expose what threats isn't trying to raise money for and he's been a willing participant of that because he understands his role in the fight against it my other kids i've made shown in plain footballer this or that but they are largely very private man don't put their picture out there i might talk about them a lot but own exposed their faces to the public for good reason there's some a home boston it's going to take a shot at him or these morons untrue who never leave their basements who key write the most disgusting vile things about you your family having never met you because they can hide behind some jack gas name or an egg wixom keyboard warriors keyboard warriors riot it's like the worst case of beer muscles you could possibly have and you never ever have to face the person you ridicule andrei so my only problem with it is that when you make the decision to put your five year old on television.
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"Of craig cart and live max ended up former show you students in maxis back to start the new show give every this is a crucial now we're on twitch dot tv craig cart live in thrilled to have max here because obviously a lot going on the super bowl week is officially begun wolf tom brady's fiveyearold daughter is now making the news which should never ever happen rock is in the news miss universe is in the news and you are in the news it was a year ago senator your about ten months ago you came in performed for me and my my old radio station furrowed thing i used to do called craig carton's car cubicle concert series and you've got this song i think people are going to want to give i wrote it for you as a listen and we have you met yet i know you're a big fan of mine from the radio grown up for new york city what's the name of the song and you said let's download lights down low i thought it was awkward me a song without knowing me that well it'd be chewed or your feelings that's just how it is you have to be true to your feelings and then this british girl comes along and steals your from me and you tell of the songs for her sin wait we gotta be true to the story now you know and as i had you picture i wrote a for you and then you know i just had to accept that you didn't want to mary means she did so is cool man is cool greg i had upset that to my sexuality changed twice to the courts of thirty seconds are at their lives and we have a lot to deal will get talks about the song agassi's in a performance he's a new yorker and in new york sports fan so it's great to have him here just familiar exports perspective ryan's on guitar hate sports doesn't care about it at all great to have that perspective is.