17 Burst results for "Richard Marx"

"richard marx" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"richard marx" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"You raise your eyebrows. Like sometimes the autumn. Sorry all. that's all i get. All we can do there is no greater and shelby. Lynne is on the album. Yeah are you guys pals from actually never met you know. Run run into certain similar circles renault. We hadn't and that was very organic. That was one of the songs direct darlan hold on bush. I talked about having a woman sing with me and val mccallum was playing guitar. He plays with her quite a bit. And i think he'd he'd measure name is like heading occurred to me. It's always better when he can do it that way. It's not enough to call on your favorite singer. Does he have any chemistry. You can't just have my agent call somebody else. It's organic and starts out like something like asking. Vowel would you mind is getting duchess. She's in inches around and she wanted to and thankfully she did and You know. I think we gave her one song. She came in. She was done in fifteen minutes. And vicious that good I know your background is a lot of harmony singing. That's a. I'm lyn sanger really i can. I can go stu and of course something like that. But you know hiring needed. Find those those notes in sean sesame. Go the third the fifth. I'm it's not my strength. Shock is like she's both you know she's a tremendous singers young writer but she and.

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"richard marx" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

05:39 min | 5 months ago

"richard marx" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Perfect word is just not pleasant word. The beauty of words is really important the way they locked together. It's not only what you want to say. But it's how you say what words you choose and somebody else might say. Well that's kind of constricted. You wanted to say what you want to say. Well you can do that in your journal if you want other places but it's you know it's a song so it's a different beast half ireland and it's not too hard to do it's frustrating but you always end up. Do finding it. You know eventually matter. How obsessed eventually you find it different than a book. You said everything is logged in there. You just find a way to bring it on organiz it and what you choose to say. Don't choose to say but also how your memory seems really good. I don't have a journal and things like that so those writes something just about something that happened twenty years ago. I don't really know that. I could have all the memories. I only only a handful of times. I texted people. Who are still in my life. And i'd send them what i'd written said. This is what happened right. This is what she said right. Because sometimes just like. It's the old game of telephone and Somebody tells you joke. And then that joke comes back to you three years later. It's nothing doesn't even resemble the the setup is different the punch lines different that i was walking rule number one. You know you read. A book is dead people. You know that right. Absolutely because what the fuck diana do about it speaking what you just said before about people who memories being different you ever been around..

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"richard marx" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"richard marx" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"You almost certainly no because each of these guys has had a pretty incredible career richard marx. And jacob dylan marks of course wrote and performed some of the most indelible pop hits of the late eighties and early nineties including and listened night's launch the nights and the super smash right here waiting which comes up in this conversation. But even the era of mullets and jeans faded marks couldn't be stopped or rather marxist songs couldn't be stopped he's continued releasing music over the years and his influence can be felt deeply to this day. Just check out the audio and visual of john mayer's latest album which basically pays tribute to marks. And it's not just music marks recently released a funny candid. Memoir called stories to tell in which he details some of the incredible memories. He's made in the music business over the years. And that's jacob dylan entered the picture as you'll hear though the two didn't know each other dylan went on joe rogan's podcast recently to praise. Marx's book and a friendship was born now dylan. Is no slouch in the music department. Either you can't be with that family name..

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"richard marx" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"richard marx" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Singer from the eighties in the nineties. He shot a tweet out. Just this week. That Celebrated The violence against Rand. Paul Richard Marx is tweet this week and I'm going to read it verbatim. I'll say it again. If I ever meet Rand, Paul's neighbor, I'm going to hug him and buy him as many drinks as he can consume. Pretty, you know, you figure Hey, the guy's playing, You know, the Holiday Inn on the weekends and, you know, win a Tonka. So who cares about Richard Marx? Well, evidently Stephen Colbert does. He has lots of viewers. Big, big name guy, right? He invited Richard marks on his show last night. After that tweet celebrating the violent assault on Rand, Paul And listen to the exchange between Stephen Colbert and Richard Marx were. Obviously both of them Think it's funny to joke about a violent, vicious attack of physical assault that led to agonizing pain and, according to Senator Paul, near Death Clearly to Stephen Colbert, Richard Marx. If it's a violence against a Republican It's something we can laugh about. I mean, when you consider all the eyes it, Steve What Grammy Award winning artists who topped the charts in four different decades. Chicago's very own Richard Marx. How did you break into my broadcast? Steve? Wherever you go, whatever you do, I will be right here waiting for you. Along with my 300,000 Twitter photos. I call them the Richards. Okay, But you're not inciting violence against anyone, are you? Course not. All I want is world domination, and I will not rest until Richard Marx is reach is limitless. Available it. Richard Marx dot com. Okay, That's a little scary. Aren't you worried that by talking about your plans for world domination on national TV, world leaders are gonna band together to stop you. They'd have.

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"richard marx" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"richard marx" Discussed on WTVN

"Story I've seen in the best 24 hours. Richard Marx. So a package filled with Unidentified white powder over there. I honestly never that we'd we'd be talking about Richard Marx and Rand Paul together. But so he received this white powder arrived at his home, which is scary and then burying a picture of a bruised and bandaged Paul so clearly a big threat here. He had this is and and that he blamed it on Richard Marx. Well, Richard Marx set out an interesting tweet with all this happening. Rand. Paul had this to sandbox news yesterday. You know? What do you say to his claim that he never suggested anybody do any violence towards you? You know, I had six ribs broken, three of them dislocated where they rubbed on each other for weeks and weeks to the healed. They damaged my long I had pneumonia twice. A year later, I was coughing up blood, then had to have a portion of my lung removed, then got an infection in the space between the lung and the chest wall and almost died from that and have permits scarring of my loan, And he's offering a guy to buy drinks if somebody will do it again and finish the job. Yeah. I mean, he didn't. It's an interesting way of posting something on Twitter now, not directly, maybe threatening that person, but I've seen that with people with a lot of followers before, and I think Richard Marx says, Like I mean, nothing to brag about. But it's certainly a lot of significant about 300 plus 1000 followers to, you know, pretty much go out on a side and say Hey, read between the lines, But I want to buy this guy, you know a beer. No, That's not cool, either. Six. You might recall he had six ribs that were broken a year ago. I remember. Yeah, I mean, and I get it. You put yourself out there and when you especially someone in the public eye like Rand, Paul, but still Something like that. His neighbor just unacceptable for that. Biden State Department signaling support for the BLM flag to be flown at U. S Embassies are gonna make this real quick. But there was a memo. Apparently that allows us diplomats to fly the black lives matters flag. Outside of a few different embassies Now. This was spotted yesterday with the George Floyd one year anniversary. But there's a handful of different embassies around the country that are now flying. This flag, the BLM batter, and I was doing a little bit of digging real quickly. I thought wait a minute. BLM Black lives matter is a political organization. You call it whatever you want, But that's exactly what it is. That's gotta violate something. So as I was doing some digging, I realized and found that the hatch Act of 1939 You ever hear of that? It's the act to prevent political activities. US federal law outside and the only people that are exempt, I believe is the president, the vice president, but it prohibits Civil service employees in the executive branch of the federal government. From engaging in some forms of political activity. Intervention to see how long those bm BLM flags are flying. It's a 48 use radio 6 10 w TVN sports winning night for the unions and Reds. Cleveland Down in Detroit again 41 the final errands a volley, took a shutout in the ninth and gets his seventh win. Cesar Hernandez in Jordan Loop low. Both homer the Reds had to one winner in Washington. Tyler Malli and three relievers holding the Nationals will run on four hits the offense provided by Kyle Farmer and a U. N. U. Suarez, who both homered. The Clippers lost to Nashville. Some off the field news Dick Lips announcing Huntington Park will be allowed to go to full capacity starting June 15th. Meanwhile, under the Watch your temper stupid injury file. We have tried pictures at Police Act who was placed on the injured list with a fracture in his right Pharma Police Act suffered the injury Sunday when, after rough outing, he ripped off his jersey and frustration in the clubhouse and his hands smacked hard against the chair. Breaking his thump. The Bangles yesterday opened OT a job Earl coming off his A C L surgery was on the field but limited burrows, saying he's on pace to be full go by the start of training camp. Meanwhile, the NFL telling teams, they can return to having fans on hand to watch training camp workouts later this summer and the Browns and the Bangles among the teams that have been given the green light to be a full capacity for games in the fall ratings for the final round of the PGA when Phil Mickelson made history with his wind. Or the highest for that event since 2018 when Tiger Woods was in contention and finished second from the central high Ohana dealer. Sports test Matt recorded radio 6 10 W TV all right into the newsroom Now with Scott Jenny Scott what he working on for nine o'clock. Brandon, the Ohio attorney general, Seeing a massive surgeon calls for service for BCS crime scene unit as walls for calls to investigate the use of force by law enforcement. G debut assist So far, they're sure there have been 173 crime scene unit requests in the same timeframe and 2020. There were 81 Ghost is hoping to hire more agents and potentially get more funding. The anniversary. George Floyd's death was marked by violence in several cities yesterday. Look what happened. Coming up at nine o'clock already 50 traffic.

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"richard marx" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"richard marx" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

"Bell Michael The best advice from the world's smartest ammos, interesting people by asking them just five questions. My guest today a singer Songwriter and record producer Richard Marx. Born in Chicago Illinois Richard's mother was a singer, and his father was a jazz musician and the founder of Jingle Company. He started his music career at each five Sing Jingles for his dad's company. Then as a teenager, a tape of Richard Songs reach. Reach, Lionel Richie and he moved to Los Angeles to work with him. In the nineteen eighties and nineteen nineties, he had several top billboard hits, including endless summer nights, and right here waiting I caught up with Richard during the release of his twelfth studio album called limitless. You Start Your music career at eight five I. Don't remember doing anything memorable at that age. How did you originally get into music? And when did you know that your love for music were turned into a lifetime career. I started my career at five. Only because it was the business of my parents, my father was a jingle composer and producer and you know. He started his jingle company in the early sixties when I was born and sixty three. I, think is the same year that he started his jingle. Company and he wrote music for television radio commercials became really successful at it or twenty five years, and was one of the most successful jingle writers ever. In my mom who had been a big band singer when she was younger, started singing on all these commercials as well so it was sort of the family business, they noticed that when I would be walking around the house at four or five years old singing along to monkees songs in Beatles songs that I could sing in tune even as a little kid, and so my dad had to. To do a commercial for some candy bar or breakfast, cereal or something that was sort of your kid related. And he said I wonder if we should come in and do these now seeing this jingle, so they brought me down to the recording studio, and put me behind the microphone I sort of nailed it, and it became this thing that I did all the time that all the time, but. And, it was fun for me because I grew up in the recording studio, and also got to get out of school sometimes because it was during a workday, but if you know if there was a pretty big jingle, my parents, you know, get me out of school to come in record. And so it was just this fun. Thing that I did I didn't really take it all that seriously. Until maybe a I was eight or nine years old when I started to think you know maybe I'd really love to be a singer and then. By the time I was a teenager. It became his obsession of mine, too, is be in the music business, and that's when I started writing songs and thinking about being a producer in this stuff, but also started with some candy bar commercial five result you've surround yourself with a loving family and the support of some of the most prominent artists of all time including Madonna and Lionel Ritchie. What life lessons learned from the people. Who did your career the most? I think that the the number. One thing that stands out to me is interestingly enough something that Kenny. Kenny Rogers said to me when I was really young. We just lost Kenny Rogers a few days ago. Kenny Rogers was the first artist to ever record one of my songs, and this was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three's nineteen I was just born. You're just born and well when you were born, Kenny Rogers was still a major major force in the music business, and so getting to work within that time was pretty major, because he was such a powerful player in music business. Most cases where you know somebody records one of your songs in your songwriter you. You. You might not ever meet that person you know. They just hear your song. They go in the studio. They recorded in. It's maybe a hit or not, but you never really Iraq with them. In this case I was working on the records with him I was singing playing piano on some of the stuff, and so I spent a lot of time with him, and at one point he and I were working on a lyric together, and again I was nineteen or twenty years old, and he was a seasoned veteran, and we kinda disagreed about this particular part. Part of the Lira and we're kind of going back and forth, and finally offered the argument of never forget this because it was so powerful I said Kenny. I. Don't know why you keep trying to change this. It's really good the way it is in Kenny. Rogers looked at me and he said you know what Richard sometimes you'd have to give up good, get great, and that was such a powerful sentence, not just in terms of creativity in music. That life like you. If you're willing to settle for okay, then you're never gonNa ever get close to exceptional. And you've had many high points in your life flag topping the billboard music charts, but you also lost. Your father went through a divorce. How have your biggest struggles giving you a sense of gratitude in made you a stronger person? In a losing. My father was cataclysmic in my wife. I was only thirty three I was I had a extremely unique relationship with my father. We were I. mean he was such a great father to me, but he was my best friend. We had this extraordinary relationship. Our just such close pals, and he had this ability to wear both the father hat in the friend hat individually end simultaneously with me and when I lost him. I lost him. And, suddenly was result of a car accident, so there was no. There was no preparation for losing him. There was he was gone, and it took me years and years to sort of come to some level of. Having gone through that I definitely started to appreciate the good news in my life even more because up to that point, my life had just been sort of pure bliss until I lost my father I really had nothing terribly tragic happened to me my life ever, and that being so dramatic and so bad did create a sense of perspective that led to tremendous gratitude in the music. World has completely changed since you became established back in the nineteen eighties. Why is your new album limitless specialty in how we promoted different than your previous ones once I get to the point where I'm putting out a new album I have tremendous amount of love and passion for it or else I wouldn't put it. It out, this one is particularly special because I got to collaborate with my son Lucas. Susan incredible musician, songwriter and producer I- Coronas on with my wife. Daisy I worked on this record with some people that I had not worked with before younger talents, and what they brought to me in my setting was really valuable and fun. I'm really proud of the fact that it sounds fresh to me. It really sounds like a modern record as far as promoting it, you know I was about to go to Europe and do a twenty two city sold out tour on March eighth when we all kind of got together and said I think this thrown virus is not gonNa go away anytime soon and. It's was just. Sort of breaking in Italy, and I thought I wasn't going to Italy, but I was going to Estonia and Germany in Paris. These places that turned out to be hot spots, and so we pulled the plug as did alternately every artist site. Yeah, it's it's a bummer, but my life is great. The people that I love are fine a much more worried about these poor. Poor. People who are never going to get their jobs back who are ill who are basing this particular crisis in a way that so much more vulnerable than someone like me, so I'm just sort of getting through good going through it in my own way in the last thing on my mind is promoting a new record, and what is your best piece of career advice? To one is if your motivation is simply success than don't do it, you have to do it because you feel like you're going to die if you don't do it, you have to be so committed to the process and the journey, and the just wanting to do it that just doing. It is sort of a level of success. That's number one the other. The other thing is even simpler than that which is I tell people do everything do whatever you can possibly learn to do within the confines of whatever it is you WanNa, do so if you WANNA be. Be in the music business. Play many instruments as you can. If you don't know how to produce, learn how to produce, take every job. That's available to you. If you get an offer to come and sing background vocals on somebody's dental for free do it every piece of experience in every.

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"richard marx" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"richard marx" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Marx is going to join us after the 4 30 news to talk about Yes, that Richard Marx, the Grammy winning Singer songwriter You hear his music quite a bit here on the bumper music, and that's that's completely intentional. Now He's a Chicago guy. He is commenting today was all over CNN this morning Commenting on Sammy Hagar Sze position, I'm going backto live concerts and basically Sammy Hagar. You know him, of course, from Van Halen and his own till a queer He was a guy who had decided, you know, Guess what if people got to die? They gotta dot and he said that out loud, he said it uses indoor. Voice to say it out loud. Now the way Dad away Way way. I don't think that's a good idea. But We will talk to him by then. Also Richard's doing a virtual concert on Sunday night, Sunday afternoon. I should say Chicago time so you can take part in that he'll explain exactly how you could do that. That's coming up after 4 30 Okay. Gloria Schmidt is with us, and she's sprung to prominence here and a representation of the ocean. Darrow brothers during the Justice Mellette mess from last year. It seems like a decade ago, Gloria that this whole thing happened, doesn't it? But it is just just it is just is just over. You know, it's a year and 1/2 ago, when and when this is that one of the stupidest events in Chicago criminality did occur Now I need to understand what happened here, Gloria because there has been Change your clients that the heroes who are The two gentlemen who we are, Coop. We're cooperating with the investigation. They're the ones who did actually helped Jesse smell it. Pull off this hoax of an attack on him. They lost some. They lost a gun in the middle of all that explained exactly what happened here. Yes, I agree with you. He feels like eons ago aged so much in this case. So basically, I don't see pursuant to a search warrant last year in February, and it's taking some time for us to be able to get the inventory sheets so that we can identify which items are in the evidence lockup. We filed a motion June 5th and June 19th which is last Friday, The judge gave all parties Jessie's attorney's special prosecutor's office and myself an opportunity just to inspect the items before he would make a ruling on what items could be returned. And so that hearing is set for tomorrow morning. And all of us all the attorneys. We all went down to the evidence lock up in Chicago, and we looked at all the items. Well, obviously I have personal knowledge of what stuff My clients are missing, and one of the things that was missing was a nine millimeter pistol. And when we brought that to the attention of the officer that was on duty, Officer Palmer, he said, You know what? We don't have it, and we don't know where it is. Um, this is all I have. And, you know, basically put that in your pipe and smoke it. I was not happy about that. And my client were obviously extremely upset. Yeah, I'm all set to but for different reasons, But go ahead. So what They eventually found that pistol, though, didn't they? They found it today. So this is the press would have gotten wind of this Tuesday. The story would have been a PPD loses firearms because we walked out of that building and not just myself. Okay, the special prosecutor's office and just smell it team. All you that there was a firearm things. So we all walked out of there and I've done was was not accounted for. So my quiet Ebola. He filed a police report and get that going. Ah, I think TVs got wind of that. And they were able to take that to the media on Wendy. My office raised hell trying to get attention on Find the gun. Find the gun. Where's the gun? And we? You know we had no beef with the special prosecutor. The beef really was with corporate counsel. Who kept telling us that the reason they did not produce it wasn't because they lost it, but because we didn't include the inventory sheet for that specific items. Okay. I don't want to get in the weeds here, Gloria, Because I think the question that we all have everybody, all of us here. Listening to this have is Why did they have a gun? But they did have foid cards or is this you know this particular individual? Have a foid card? Whichever brother that is Yeah. This is Angola. People called him, Abel. He license registered gun owner. I've been asked all day. Why does he have guns? You know what? Why does anyone have guns? It's the Second Amendment. I'm a supporter of that We have a right to bear arms. So that's his personal conviction. But he's allowed to have them and he's a license registered going owner. So the other to higher grounds that that's quite trust me. That was just a question that everybody was asking. Just want to make sure this is a legally owned gun that he wanted to get back. It was in a was in a safe Was it in their home? Was that correct? Yes, that's correct. Okay. And and then, when the safe was taken into custody by the authorities here, all the all the things that they thought would be evidence. In this case. We're taking into custody that safe went in. And then once that safe was open, that gun was not in there, at least by you guys when you were taking an inventory of it, That's why you wanted it back. All right now, the now and the aftermath of the gun being found and have been returned your clan, sir, does it now just back up in the evidence lockup. No, it was produced this morning way. Don't we cannot take the items until the judge released within order. That should happen tomorrow. Okay, So now there's back if I'm reading this right because they're reporting now is that your client is going to continue to cooperate with the special prosecutor Dan Webb here looking into the Jesse smell. It helps. That's right. And as I said earlier that this had the case, you know got into the press earlier, the headline food has changed, because as of Wednesday night, all of my complaint when unheard, and that's when the brother said, You know what you guys are not providing us with any information. This is very serious to us. It's a firearm. That is right. It starts to Arnie. We're joined No offense, Dan Webb. But where was drawing from that? So I sent the letter his office saying, I'm sorry, but they just they feel alienated from this and they're gonna withdraw from cooperating with your office. Okay, Gloria, could you hold on one second? Because I wanna know where the hell this all is. I think we all want to know where the hell this all is, because, as you know, we just pointed out there's a year and 1/2 ago almost now, and I don't understand what continues to be Even litigated and well, I would like to figure that out. So Gloria Schmidt is with us. She is the attorney for one of the ocean. They're brothers and come right back. Gloria. Thank you. Hold on one second, we'll come right back to you. But first, here's long, black over the WG and traffic and it's brought to you by the Illinois Department of Transportation Traffic is piling up Outbound on the Stevenson A crash is blocking all lanes at Pulaski. Drivers can only get by on the shoulders. Right now. Things.

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"richard marx" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"richard marx" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Stage you play something from Richard Marx nobody really gets fired up right here waiting for you the club I was familiar with there was one that again that's it's a dying industry right because so much is going to webcam yeah the right direction it was ten dollars of the the DJ got paid ten dollars per girl plus a percentage what they meant wow wow wow doing just the hammer and that'll show podcast we had a gentleman's club who's one of the sponsors of our show yeah he was gonna tell me off camera one night how it all works the business model and it's like they are kind of like a family in there everybody works together and and we always said I think we talked about this before him you can chime in on this the money for the girls is not in the dancing it's in the relationships they make with the dudes and they'll make a lot more just sitting there talking to some guy for an hour yeah I mean they talk about how they're in law school they're working their way through meds stage work the dancing is just so you can get to either the the champagne room yeah whatever they call it not there yeah and then you start chatting with clients maybe that client needs a date to a certain event it kind of becomes almost an escort type situation that's where the money comes in which is the thing which is why they pay you have to pay per girl because if you're a chick who goes in there just to meet dudes you're not getting a lot of money for dancing which the DJ would get money so twice the DJ per girl no US law yeah I mean I'm learning a lot right now I feelings when you told the dance we didn't want to private dancer she wasn't attractive like I've got a horse you know but god does you have to say you know some chick coming by and she just looks like she's been ran over by a truck yeah it's two o'clock in the morning and she looks like Toby Keith a private jet thank well you say I would rather go home and be by myself and have your crab anywhere near me just say no thank you I'm gay just say I'm out.

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"richard marx" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"richard marx" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"On the night don't mean nothin I don't remember the songs don't you who can forget do that's high school dance material right there you know what I'm saying what else by the way if your saxophone player you must long for the eighties we just agree you're getting your getting a mad amount of work all right so anyway Sir Richard Marx apparently is upset yeah and by the way he was oh come on what swear yeah I just don't understand our internet here sometimes so Richard Marx would like you to know that if you referred to as the Wuhan virus the China virus China corona virus any any of the above basically you are and these are his words a racist and I couldn't figure out for the life of me why Richard Meier society need to weigh in and then I realize Richard marsh just released a new album and I'm sure that those two things are not connected at all because I'm sure you are boards everyone's already went out bought Richard Marx's new album the first day was released here about a month ago yeah COS a ballad about general so sitting in the album I believe the name of the almost a limitless died that's not what I heard okay ability general so okay so sure that those two things Richard March going often to the point where he got a bunch of play and the release of the new album sure we're just staying so I pulled up the album charts and I ran out of charge to find his album so I I feel I feel like it's not doing well but I think a lot of people can make yeah that guy so who knows maybe that will be a big win for him because again I'm sure the two things are not connected in any way shape or form in other in other news in fact let's go and get this out of his big victories.

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"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"This is a couple of years later after her husband was killed that when she got his belongings back. One of the blinds was his laptop and she said the screensaver his. You know his screensaver on his computer with lyrics to write her wedding. I mean I. I don't even know what to say stuff like that is because when you write songs from such a selfish personal place I never. I've never written a song that I thought I wanNA write us an anthem for the world. I want to write songs. That other people can It's I swear to you I am so selfish about my writing. I songs that please me that make me feel something that are therapy sometimes and I hope that other people like them. That's it so when someone's says stuff like that it's a privilege it's such a privilege to have created something that impact someone in anyway. Let alone like that. I have people now. That will come up to me and if they say you know. I just want to thank you because we we used your song on our wedding. I go. Shouldn't them better? So you're you're recording in your touring. I actually don't use that word. Just do show I. Do you know sixty seventy eighty shows a year all over the world and then the next year as a bunch more show so I just play shows and it's such a blast because it's not. It's not a album centric. I'm not promoting anything except my catalog of songs. Except now you have an album so we should talk about tour like I could do back up. Maybe yeah could do you. Could you could wear this thing. The daisies were so more tickets. They well it would be an interesting take on Richard Marx. Thank you for coming in being here with us. Always a pleasure and Sharon all these great stories. Next time you see Lionel. Give him a kiss on the cheek and I will for sure history on the right teat. Not that I remember but if he of course you remember kiss their indelible it is Richard Marx. Thank you for Sarah Time. Love someone.

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"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"And he invited me over to the studio. He's making a solo record and I'm sitting in the studio and I. I was just so thrilled to meet him and he was so trace such a charming guy. Then I'm sitting there watching them. They're doing backing vocals on this uncle. You are which became a huge hit for him right and they were really struggling with the blend. Couldn't find the sound that he was looking for and all of a sudden he looked through the glass at any point in us. Come out here I go out there. And he's using my part that I was singing and he switched. Departs with the other two singers and he went in the control room and when okay go chorus and we sang and he went. That's the sound and and I never missed a day at the studio. He said I want you to sing back vocals on this record. But I just want you to know that if I'm in this room whether you're singing you're not you're welcome to be in this room. And so for four months every day I went to the studio and watched him make that record. Kim At what a gift. What gift and so cut to and this is. You'll really appreciate this so cut to six months ago. Maybe I get this incredible offer to come in and open for Barbra streisand at Hyde Park in London and Barbara and I have been friends for a long time so wait a minute like could your life. Be Any more magical. Could Your Life Richard Marx be any more like blast married to the most beautiful in the world? Best friends with your three boys. Best friends with your eighty hair Mama. I'm fifty six. Look at the hair. You got great hair and you to open for Barbara streisand and you got you. Got A phone call at eighteen from Lionel Ritchie. Who Waco friends with a wait. This is great. This is such a book end so I knew that Lionel had played the night before at Hyde Park opening for Stevie. Wonder Wonderland Richie Barbra streisand. Richard Barks. You're killing me. This was the night before and then the next night was you and barbarian bar. Kris Kristofferson was on as well but and so I'm onstage and it was such a magical gig and then watching Barbara. Her thing was amazing. And I get back to the dressing room and there's a text on my phone from Lionel and the text says I'm sitting on my hotel balcony listening to you sing right here waiting and I'm so proud of you. I mean that's thirty seven years later. How sweet and I text him as a good were you. Let's go to dinner. He said I'm getting ready to go to the airport. But he said I'm I'm sitting here and I'm listening to you sing to these. You know ten thousand people in London and I'm just so proud of so go back the thirty six years to when you were a teenage kid and he called you and encourage doing your music and then the gift of time he poured into you in the studio and you know. I wrote a book about it. I talk about it on my show every night. The importance of of changing the world one heart at a time and I had a friend in my kitchen the other day said I finally got it. She said I finally got what she goes. This whole one hard time thing. You're talking about you. She'd been with me when I was interacting with some of my adopted kids and some other children that are families kind of taken in and she said when you pour yourself into one person it makes a difference Yeah S. That's my whole message right there. Well actually into one person like landlord. She did for you. Yeah the impact that has it's like that ripple the pebble in the pond. The ripples go out for ever that impact his impact and influence on your music your impact and your music's influence on June rations of people. It just grows and builds and an it's the essence. I believe of love and the reason. We're here yeah totally. I mean you can imagine when you're especially at that sort of age of seventeen eighteen to have someone like him say that to me was like a rocket confidence and hope like the fuel that that gave me was life changing and I have the only thing I've been able to do for him for Lionel is tell the stories. I want everybody to know I I I tell everybody who will listen with the best part about being friendly with Lionel Ritchie's when you call him and he picks goes hello Gotti so cute so for years. I've got to play music and now you're back in the studio recording again. Tell me about your new stuff because my producer Jane. He came to me a couple of months ago and was so excited. I love that I love that. Anybody cares at this point. But that's the cool thing about the fact that I'm you know I I still get to be on the air as I've I've seen I know the stories. I've seen the history I watch. Daisy Fuentes back in the day when I had a TV on. I haven't had a TV for twenty years for you. We we never watch TV but having that history and loving your music so it's really cool. Well you know I got to a point in the last ten years I'd say where I sort of Felt like touring and playing concerts is really what my career is. And if as long as I'm able to do it I really am a believer that Records and putting on the radio and all that stuff is really for younger people but the conflict was that I you know. I still write songs all the time. And I I love making new music and I love making records but I did get to a point where it was a little bit like. What's like Y Y you know? I have a couple of acquaintances who are sort of peers of mine around the same age or older than me that were popular when I was popular on the radio and they still have this what I consider a delusion of. I'm going to have another number one record. I'M GONNA and it's like dude. No you're not and it's OK because you had a lot of hits and I feel like once I determined that it really just has to be about my love of writing and recording new music and that's all that matters then it was like okay while I wanna make an album I actually. This is another great story. I I found myself at a dinner at really small dinner six or eight months ago with Chris Martin and I'd never met him before and I'm a fan. I'm a big fan of coal. Play in what he does and he's really really At least from my one couple of our hang with him he was really charming and kind and we had a couple of really great conversation. He asked me so. So I know you're touring all the time but like are you making a new record or anything. Yeah just finishing a new album and and I said you know I don't know what it means for somebody like me. But and so then somebody started talking and the conversation shifted for five or ten minutes and I could see Chris face like look. Look at me like we're not done with that conversation. Sure enough politely. He got out of that conversation and said to me kind. Go back to what you were saying like. I'll tell you what it means for you. It's still coming through you and it's like you said. I'm sure when you started writing songs at was about. Yeah you had a lot to prove in. You've had an incredible career but it's still about the song still come through us like as long as the song is still coming through us. That's what matters. And here's this guy. That's you know much younger than I am. Then it was a really kind sweet thing to say and it was like yeah man yes. That's exactly what it's about and so what this music is about is me just going in and having fun and recording the song the single another one down. I ended up writing with my son. Lucas and he produced it I wrote another song with him. I wrote several songs by myself which I have traditionally done. Most of my stuff has been self written but I collaborated with some New People in this record two which was really really fun young so I'm writers and and my friend Matt scandal from the band. Vertical horizon is my best friend. But also I think one of the most talented guys in the world and and it's a very schizophrenic album. Like there's there's stuff that sort of like modern country and then there's stuff that's like super modern pop and then there's like the it's all over the place but the thread is my voice and they. It's just a collection of songs. I really really love it. I want people to hear sympathizer very cool. That is pretty simple but pretty sweet and I'm glad that That you got another one down to get to us so that we could Share it with our love that you guys played. You played well. I'm very fortunate in that. You know there's all this research there's all this Gobbledygook that although record or radio companies do that that tells me who my target audience is supposed to be their big on research and you know. Imagine you're on the air you're talking to a twenty seven year old female driving home from work picking up her child at daycare and the data data but the truth is I get phone calls from young people. I get phone calls. I got a phone call the other day from somebody who lives down on Mount Shasta off the grid. He's in his late eighties. He cuts his own firewood because his cabin. The House that he lives in is only heated with firewood. And he's like completely off the grid and he's got this radio that he picks me up on every night when we talk for a long time and I'm like dude you are so not my target audience and I so love this conversation. We're having and so It's Nice a broad range of people get to hit to hear your music in other here right here waiting and all of your big hits every night because they're perfect for every request and dedication anyone ever makes. I don't know if you've listened but right here. Waiting is a song that that I used to play for couples who were getting back together or couples who had been separated by the military. Yeah that's that was huge for the especially when the song was a hit in eighty nine nose Gulf War yeah. I met obviously many men who were deployed. At the time. They'll go man. That was my song with my wife and my girl and I also met a lot of widows and widowers military personnel who died during that time and that was their song. This one woman told.

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"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"Like. If if somebody were to peek into your life and see like the crazy stupid fun things that you days here you and daisy and the boys are you and your mom liked to do what would be a window into that that somebody might be shocked at. It's not crazy stupid stuff. It's stuff like okay like a month ago. I was getting ready to go on the road and we hadn't had we try to have a family dinner of some kind at least every week but that wasn't happening for a while so we finally got all the boys together to come over with my mom who's eighty four but like goal And we had a really nice dinner and then Daisy surprised us with this game what we went into the living room. And she said everybody's GonNa write down one word to describe that person and then a one word to describe that person and we're GONNA so it became this game it became it was hilarious but it was It's those kinds of things. It's more thoughtful What's the right word? It's real like we really really talk about real stuff. We don't talk about game of thrones. You know we talk about life and helping each other. And that's really taken a huge leap forward since daisy and I got married and in terms of the whole family authentic. I like to use that word earlier. Authentic can you imagine if everybody would take off the mask? Can Stop hiding and stop pretending. Awesome being whatever. They're not whatever they think they're supposed to be and instead we're just authentic well. It's harder now especially I think because you know things like instagram have made it that much more difficult to be just sort of who you are because the the competition that people put on themselves to be. I'm not I'm not having as good a life as they are instagram. Yeah but if you saw their real life you'd be like Oh. Wow what their life is because our listeners can't see this but on the your phone case has a gorgeous picture of your wife. Daisy Fuentes She's so it looks like it should be on a billboard so beautiful and the first thing I thought when I saw that is that would be really funny. One of those pinterest fails you know if I try to say stacy's went wearing this. This fish net outfit in. Here's the but that was my thought because like you said competition. My instant thought was that kind of I. Wake up looking that gorgeous. Not that not that. I don't love myself and loved that what God made because I do and I'm much more comfortable in my skin today than I ever have been in my life And I praise God. Thank God for the life that I have and and the body that I have and I got a new hip so I can walk and by of horses and and isn't it amazing to be able to do stuff without being sure you know. I got both my hips replaced it when I was Fifty one four five years ago and it was like life changing. I had to use the cart at the grocery store. Oh Wow I could not walk so I am. I am happy as can be you with the the bodies automatically but back to your point that it is very hard to be authentic in a world where everything is captured videotaped everything is instagram. Everything is face tuned. Everything is an image a brand the Richard Marx brand. Instead of your music. We're going to take a quick break here to talk about one of our sponsors an IT career at Gd it means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join. Gd It for challenging and impactful work that advances your career apply now at GD dot com slash careers ged ethnical opportunity and community and faith are both essential. It lifts us up and it brings us all together even when circumstances may have us. Apart a new and exciting Christian social media platform has just launched called faith social. It's free safe and speaks to my Christian faith of love and acceptance. It's what we've been waiting for. Please join me in sign up today at faith social dot com or find us on the APP store. So let's talk about your music as I was mentioning before I have been on the air. Time since nineteen seventy four as unbelievable and I've been doing this show since nineteen eighty-four. Well I think I've played every song you've you've ever. GonNa part of definitely play at every song recorded because I didn't start recording until eighty seven but the first song I wrote that someone else recorded. I was nineteen or twenty Kenny. Rogers Kim Kearns and James Ingram and Asanka. What about me? What about me? This is nine hundred four. They wouldn't there. Were a bunch of stations in the south. That wouldn't play it because it was a love triangle between Kenny Rogers and James Ingram and Kim Kearns and there were a bunch of southern stations. That we're not gonNA play song between a white man in a black man over a white woman and that's still have screwed up. It was. Yeah Yeah you you must have played every single every yeah and I played them on vinyl off when I was playing right she did. Yeah with a penny on the needle. So you didn't start recording until eighty. Yeah but how many hits did you right before them few because you worked with 'n sync? Oh that was way after. Yeah yeah that was in the nineties so I wrote what about me with Kenny Rogers and David Foster and then I wrote a song with Kenny. Called crazy crazy. Eighty four you in touch with Rogers by the high love. Kenny Rogers and that song went to number one country top-five. Ac In that would have been eighty well and then just some random song. I wrote a song on a Chicago album. I wrote a Song Philip Bailey for the movie. The goonies and and I was making a living as a songwriter but mostly as a background singer so I sang on a ton of record. You play before I had a record deal. I sang on all night. Long by Lionel. Richie I sang on all the Lionel Richie hits I kissed Lionel Ritchie. Want did you did. He's the coolest he so-called that is so cool and low him. Yeah we had a moment. Yeah well it was. It was an autograph line for me. It was a moment. Yeah Yeah I you know. I've told the story many times but when I was eighteen years old I had written four or five songs. I was living in Chicago with my parents. I was in my senior year of high school and I had written my first four or five songs that I thought were worthy of at least demoing and I found a studio and I paid for of course by myself with my savings and I made this demo tape cassette which went from a friend of mine in college who was a year ahead of me and it was in college to his roommate to another guy to another guy who was working with the commodores at the time. This is right as land was just about to go solo and the phone rings. And it's Lionel Richie and you were eighteen house eighteen. Maybe seventeen actually because I I was still seventeen graduates seventeen and in my senior year of high school and he said I heard this tape of yours and my phone number was written in Pencil on the back a called the number and he just called to tell me that he thought I was really talented in the Nice should give it a shot and and he said look. I have no work for you. I can't promise I'm not here to promise you anything. I just WanNa tell you you know I hear tapes all the time in these your I. This is your first batch of songs. Mehsud here my first long. They sucked and just you know you should move to La. I don't know what your plans are. You Parents GonNa probably hate me but you know because I was thinking about going in northwestern going end my belt and my parents were like go go to L. A. And try you can always go back to school. You know. And so he said but look me up if you come out to. La GIMMES NUMBER. And so you're you're.

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"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"I'm going to be right here waiting for him and like I bet you've heard that like five hundred million Brazilian time I have and it never gets old especially even now. Today's say that when you guys met no but after we got married it was really after we got married Almost four years ago that she started doing that all the time and it really doesn't get also like we'll be out somewhere and the high just need to run into Ralph's to get some spinach for okay and I'll pull up or if I have to run an errand or something and she's she'll go. I'll be right here waiting for you. That's her that's her little look. It never gets old never gets old but when I say it's a little different than when the beautiful woman in the world that you're married says it. I mean I really she. I'd get speechless. You know talking about even now and you've been married for years. How long did you date before? Not That Long. Maybe year and a half. Yeah how long after you met Daisy Fuentes? By the way if you went and looked at my closet you would notice that. I have a lot of the dresses that she signed. Her brand has been on fire for fifteen years. Yeah I don't know why I don't look like she looked when you you know what's up with that but how long after you met the most beautiful woman in the World Richard Marx. Did you know you were GonNa like WanNa spend the rest of your life with her? I mean you know. Our trajectory was a little complicated because I actually talked her on the phone. Twenty five years ago briefly she was supposed to interview me on. Mtv She was on MTV many years. And I always like everybody else had a crush on her. You know from afar thought. She was a girl crush on her. Yeah most of most of our most of the women in my life have a crush on days. Yeah so you know. She's obviously physically beautiful but there were even back down. I remember when I would see her on. Mtv I would think she's just cool. She would be fun to hang out with but it was. That was it because I was married for one hundred years and and from the I was twenty one I was with my ex wife and and so it was never like you know it was just a crush crush but we spoke on the phone. 'cause she was supposed to interview me and something happened and So we talked on the phone for like a minute flash forward to. I'm single for half a second and I did a GIG in La and she adds where I met her and when she walked backstage which she she usually doesn't do the backstage thing But she walked into the room. And this sounds so sappy. But it's really like that was the moment despite all the songs I've written. I never really believed in love at first sight or any of that though even though you wrote about it and I've played all those songs all those years and there are aspects of course to of the relationship songs that I've written that I stand behind but a lot of it is also just sort of you write about what you hope. Will you wish you know? I didn't believe in that because it just seems so ridiculous. You can't know that all I can tell you is when when I first saw her when she walked through the door. What happened to me physically? Was I just remember thinking? My life is different now and no matter what would have happened. There was something just so electric about that moment. Her walking towards me and we met. And what's really amazing is it was at a at this gig in La for at the Grammy Museum. So there's actually. There was a getty photographer. There is a photo of the minute we met. Did he get the look on your face? Did he just say it's a sweet smile but for both of us but you know we literally you know hugged and then the guys. Hey can I get a picture of YOU GUYS? And we turned and so so we have. There's that photograph how Sweden you know we said. How could we not have met all these years? Well the thing that's amazing about her is that We exchanged numbers and I started to. I was like Oh my God she the she's just extrordinary and she's this and she's like. I've got to get to know her and we started to hang out a little bit but she was so smart she knew I was coming out of a really really long marriage and that I'd never been single in my adult life and she made me be single for awhile. She she kinda shut down. She was like you need to know what it's like to be single. You've never experienced that. And she's like I hope it doesn't ultimately blow on my face but I can't just sort of dive into a relationship knowing that you've never had that experience and you need to go hang out and I was like I don't want to. I like I choose. Would I ever look at it down the woman when I got me? Heart mind body and so it was brilliant and I- reluctant like she really kind of gave me no choice. She kind of just said you know I. I love hanging out with you but you need to. You need to go play the field. You need to play the field. You need to know what it's like to be on your own single in. And so she kind of we. That was like eight nine months and then little by little we started to reintroduce ourselves to each other and that was really cool. Because it wasn't just sort of like a full-on dating thing we were. We then got to the court her sounds. I always always to into that but there was something about like when we reconnected. Eight or nine months later it was really through sending each other links to thoughtful ideas and lectures and quotes and it was that kind of courting it was like we were. We were connecting in a way. Like like how can we help each other as human beings because we really like each other? We really really care for each other. And we were both on this journey of exploration which were still on together as a married couple and it was really kind of cool. Plus Martinis pretty is pretty MARTINIS. Yeah wow so you reconnected and you started this courtship and then. How long was it before you walk down the aisle? Oh well so we had sort of decided. I felt like we had decided that we didn't need to get married. In fact we both talked a lot about how we thought that marriage was kind of dumb. Says he who has a wedding ring on right but I will say this one thing. I did learn at least in my experience with all the people that I know who stories I really know is that there seems to almost always be some agenda to to people getting married by one person or the other. Either it's financial security or it's I want to have a baby or it's I don't WanNa be alone. I don't want to grow old alone where there is even the most kind sweet. It's still an agenda. It's still I need something from that person. And a contractual obligation will will get me what I'm after. Use really true and so we were fine. We were really having a great time. You know we adopted a couple of dogs and and we were just great and then it hit me. We took this trip. I was performing in Singapore I had a private show in Singapore on Saturday night and a week later I had a public show in a beautiful venue on the following Saturday. And so we spent the week in between in the Maldives movie. We'd never been there before. And we travel really well together. And we had this blissful week and I remember coming back to Singapore Thinking. I want her to be my family but there was just something about like I. I WANNA marry her for the only reason that I think you should. Which is I? There's no reason I want her to be family. You know and I decided that I was going to propose when we got back from this trip and it was the day the next day and I remember saying You know wanted. She opened the the ring box. She was so shocked. She couldn't breathe so the first thing is it was Britain breath. I said I just want you to know. There's no wrong answer. I would love to marry him but if this is not something you want it do you want. You don't want to change what we are. I'm totally fine either way. It's all good and she took a minute and she said the most amazing thing to me she said. I decided a long time ago that I never wanted to be married but I want to be married to you And so we got married a month later we were actually This was in December. We were we were going to have all of our family together over the holidays in Aspen. We rented a house in Aspen to spend Christmas with our families and so she said he really serious about this. 'cause we could just do it at the. House over the holiday. I said Great and her Sister Rosanna got ordained in the state of Colorado and she married US sweet. Awesome sweet sweet sweet. So yeah we're coming up on four years married and you have children. That are older. How today how did they take to step mom being the most beautiful woman in the world as they as they got to know daisy as far as my boys you know they obviously protective of me And they suss it out pretty quickly and so they had gotten to know her for several months and and we had a birthday party for my mom her eightieth birthday and we were toasting her and celebrating stuff and then my oldest son Brandon. So I just WanNa make one more toast and he said I want to make a toast to daisy because I've never seen my father so happy And they've all it all started with that they start. They saw in my my middle son. Lucas and I. He's kind of going through some personal stuff right now with his relationships on He's a really thoughtful amazing man young man and he's really fascinated with the concept of changing your behavior there there. There's the argument that some people go. It just can't be done and I I completely disagree with that. You know and we were kind of going back and forth like do you ever really changes. Are People Really Do they have the potential to really change in Lucas said? In every time I have that question I think of you. And he said you're a different man than you were before and and I don't mean that in any Pejorative negative way about my ex wife. Who's a wonderful person? It was me it was like I wasn't I wasn't living my true self and what my son's now have now been seeing for five years. Is this other aspect of me. That's completely authentic. That they have gotten even closer to my relationship with my sons has never been better and it would be a drag but it would be doable if they didn't if they didn't really get along that well as we would deal with it right but they've become such close friends with her and they. I I do they admire daisy and respect her like I do but they also just love. They love hanging out with her because she's so freaking fun she is just we we as a as the new version of this family. Just have a blast..

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"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"richard marx" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"richard marx" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"richard marx" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Who Richard Marx's have become passionate about his, his body. Work. Fine person. He is to Arianna. Just this. What's the deal? Jill. Don't do. Have been in me. Business. Hey, if you want to, but only on it goes, I want. Komi. Want to even?.

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"richard marx" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"richard marx" Discussed on The Big 98

"Our of our friends in the songwriting community from Nashville out to join us on stage, so going back and forth. About then pop them yet. The nicest guy was bright young Astros with them three of them. Now. Hey greg. On the guy. Hey, there anymore. Thank you. You know, for like the two songs you do the talking on. We don't want to split four ways I don't. I'm kidding. I was talking to them about their Vegas residency because. Like if I do stand up Vegas, they treat you so good. And I'm just doing one show, and I'm like, how's it? He's like, oh, man. They fly us out. Yeah. Put us up. We just go and do our deal, and they take care of everything. And there were super nice guys. That's cool. I guess my question is Richard Marx. Did you guys do? How will be? And the second he started singing it was like it was the radio like he sounded the exact same as the album. I mean. Down on the stage like on his on his Elba just looking at him. Like, oh, my gosh. Head hero trying to. Amazing over grew up the most. The logic like well written love song. You really is like the archetype slow dance. I still do at home alone. Yeah. Thank you. Listen. We could be here all day and lady antebellum. We're going to play it again a little bit the world. Premiere of what if I never get over you and I title over, you know. No, there's a lot of words there. Give us an extra five second. Wind wind. Oy. Sounds like a game. Castle win. All right. Oh, yeah. Thank you. And we'll see. Twitter. Did you know the Firestone now offers an industry-leading ninety day by and try guarantee? If you're.

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"richard marx" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"richard marx" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Is there a BTS panic and explain this to me now eight five five five nine one one or three hundred how did this happen? Stop calling. Dishonestly in twenty years in radio. I've never seen anything quite like this. Donald. Twenty seven. One main spokesperson guy that speaks bidding is that how it works. The interviews. I'm not exactly sure what's going on. By no means the hippest person on the planet. But I'm not quite sure I understand. There's so many of them. It's the weirdest thing. How many in the group? Yeah. Either setting seven of them, right? Changing the guys as they get older. Now, get out. I just want to apologize Mendez and Richard Marx for including. I thought I was being funny. Civil unhappy. What other songs are they have? Now with Steve Aoki's. All in English as well. Too. Oh, this whole thing has been in English. That is. Decide..

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