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Fresh "Rock" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Rock" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Victorious. He wins the British Grand Prix Sergio Pérez a brilliant recovery from him takes second. Lewis Hamilton's on the podium for a 13th time here in Silverstone and Michael breaking 13 time. Carl courtesy of ESPN as Carlos Sainz making that first poll earlier in the race is 150th race takes the win next week the Austrian Grand Prix at 9 a.m. start next Sunday. Now to fell 5 three to the fish yesterday, a one 35 first pitch, this after against Eric fetty, he has done pretty good for two and 8 career starts against the fish with a 1.7 ERA. Also the O's with a four three loss to the twins yesterday will wrap up their ten game road trip at two ten this afternoon as Tyler wells throws for the O's. Jay Brooks WTO sports. And now the top stories were following many holiday weekend travelers having a tough time flight cancellations and delays continue, millions choosing to drive instead despite high gas prices. Russia claims capture of a pivotal city in eastern Ukraine, that brings Moscow closer to its stated goal of seizing all of Ukraine's Donbass region. And two people are dead after a vehicle crashed into a firework stand in the district yesterday. We're learning the driver who is hospitalized along with a passenger may have had a medical emergency. Well, finally, we're getting a bit of a break from inflation. The next time you're rolling your cart down the aisle at target or Walmart, you may notice prices are lower, at least for some things, furniture and electronics, for example, axios markets correspondent Matt Phillips says that flat screen you've wanted may now be within reach. Look for some discounts, look for some promotional pricing on some of the goods that sort of flat screen TVs are one that targets specifically mentioned to Wall Street analysts. But food, airline tickets hotels and movie tickets are expected to have sky high prices for a while longer. Dmitri sodas, WTO news. 1248. Steve dresner in the WTO traffic center. We'll start off first by saying looking around the bellway through Montgomery county and prince George's county through where traffic cameras start to see blue skies across the board, so pretty good news as the afternoon improves. We'll start off in the district where backed up on the westbound side of the 6 95 freeway still dealing with a crash activity approaching the exit for M three block on the right lane, where jammed up inbound 14th street bridge, delays all the way back on north mount three 95 to route one in crystal sitting. Find delays both directions is pretty much expected pregame as the nets are hosting the Marlins it is one 35 start, so we are slow on the freeway and on I two 95. Northbound on The Rock creek Parkway at last report run your peace street northwest, we do have the right lane block by park police due to a missing manhole cover. Over in Maryland, traffic moving pretty well both directions on the beltway throughout Montgomery county and prince George's county, southbound 29 right in your Briggs chaney road and last report multi vehicle crash is only a single line getting you by crawlers have told us we got plenty of debris scattered all over the roadway so do you use a bit of caution? Eastbound route 50 about a three and a half mile delay to get you to the eastbound span of the Chesapeake Bay bridge, but to complicate things just a bit. As you get to the exit for sandy point state park and last report, the crash currently blocks the right side of the roadway. We have two lanes traveling eastbound, three lanes going westbound. In Virginia, a bit slow eastbound 66 before you get to the beltway, one broken down blocks of right lane over on the westbound side approaching route 50 and fairfax, the broken down truck also blocks the right lane. Let me go back to eastbound side just update you right near the beltway. That one disabled now cleared from the roadway, your travel lanes are currently open, and eastbound, route 7 after route 9, crash activity blocks a right side. Jiffy lube service centers keep you moving from oil changes and tire rotations to filters and wipers to a full range of services, visit jiffy Lou D.C. dot com for a location near you. Steve dresner, WTO traffic. Storm team four's Ryan Miller with the forecast. We're going to continue to see drier air filter in, leaving us with a really good rest of the day here at forecast wise, where it was sunshine through the afternoon hours, temperatures

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Rock star Randy Bachman reunited with beloved stolen guitar

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

Rock star Randy Bachman reunited with beloved stolen guitar

"Rock legend Randy bachman's long searches over for a cherished guitar Batman's orange 1957 gretch 61 20 Chet Atkins was stolen from a Toronto hotel in 1977 This guitar was magical It was my tool my hammer to make songs and make music Bachmann ended up buying about 300 guitars and unsuccessful attempts to replace it In 2020 a Canadian fan who heard the story of the guitar launched an Internet search and successfully located it in Tokyo the 78 year old bachmann has his guitar back Well when I was playing it in the first song it was very strange to look down and see it The reunion happened during a concert in Tokyo There's something special about this one It is the one So it's just fantastic The guitar belonged to Japanese musician takeshi who agreed to give it to bachmann in exchange for a guitar that was very similar I'm Ed

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What Was the Reasoning Behind the Court's Decision?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 6 d ago

What Was the Reasoning Behind the Court's Decision?

"Now, there are a number of states that had trigger bills. That is, if roe V wade and Casey, of course, roe V wade was the original case back in like 73. And it laid out almost in a legislative kind of sense, a very strict accidentally not that straight. A framework of when abortion could be allowed, like you would expect in a law. Now, of course, I know what you're thinking. You're saying, wait a minute. I saw schoolhouse rock when I was a kid. Supreme Court's not supposed to make law. That's the job of the legislature. Exactly? And then Casey came back and it kind of changed it because roe roe was not a very well reasoned decision. And I know that because Ruth Bader Ginsburg said so and Lawrence tried before he went completely insane. So I want a lot of commentary. They like the result. They didn't like the reasoning. Because the reasoning wasn't very sensible. Their reasoning was, well, there's a constitutional right to abortion, kind of because, and it boils down to we really think it's a good idea. And that didn't really work. And it had a very detailed kind of almost legislative outline of what you could and could do with abortion. That wasn't workable. In 1992, Casey came down, they kind of changed the test a little. Became an undue burden on way. You can't unduly burden. The right to an abortion. And what Samuel lita said is, wait, you're wrong at the premise. There is no right to abortion in the constitution.

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USA Today: Supreme Court's Legitimacy in Question After Ruling

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 6 d ago

USA Today: Supreme Court's Legitimacy in Question After Ruling

"Now they're not hiding what they want to do What they're going to do now is the left attitude now is as I described in the beginning of the show as a listener Brian described it to me as the Obama doctrine When we win elections when we win in court it's legitimate and if you defy it we will put you in jail We will cancel you or censor you You dare speak out We'll have you and your people arrested We'll throw you in the January 6th gulags right But when we lose in court everything's illegitimate and you're in a burn it all down and it's the moral and ethical thing to do That's the Obama doctrine Here we go USA Today This was the front page of USA Today Court's legitimacy in question after ruling Folks that's not a headline That's an editorial headline That's not a news headline The court's legitimacy is not in question if the ruling the court's legitimacy is only in question by people who disagreed with the ruling The court's legitimacy in question putting it on the front page makes it appear that there's some bipartisan consensus that there's an issue with the structure of the Supreme Court and the legitimacy of that structure That is not true There is a small fringe of lunatics on the left They'll even Biden came out today The Biden White House the Biden kid team I'm not giving a guy any credit for that Chris Rock's kid I take care of my kids You're supposed to take care of your kids What do you want a paddle You want a cookie You ever see that That's one of the funniest segments ever You want to cook it You're supposed to take care of you Biden coming out and saying we shouldn't pack the Supreme Court He doesn't hear why do you want a cookie He doesn't deserve a cookie for it But the left a small fringe of lunatics on the left Is now saying listen we should pack the Supreme Court

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Nancy Pelosi Elbows Mayra Flores' Daughter During Photo Op

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 6 d ago

Nancy Pelosi Elbows Mayra Flores' Daughter During Photo Op

"I think it was at the swearing in ceremony of Myra Flores? This amazing young woman in South Texas who came out of nowhere and for the first time in over a hundred years, won this particular congressional district. She's a rock rib conservative. She's a fighter. She's spunky. She's pretty amazing. So I guess at the swearing in ceremony, there's Pelosi, of course, who's forced to swear her in. And I kid you not Pelosi is standing there next to Myra Flores as little daughter. And Pelosi looks down and is annoyed at her and elbows the little girl out of the way. You got to see this. Do we have audio with it or is it just B roll, Derek? Okay, listen to this. Cut ten. Let me play this clip. And give you the intent because Pelosi took to the podium after the roe V wade decision was announced. I would say good morning, but it's not a good morning. I'll get you my little pretty and your little dog too. I mean, she was livid. Livid. And she took it out on a little girl, throwing an elbow, Derek, you gotta, we gotta get my Flores back. Just to talk about this, here's cut ten, I'll narrate if you don't have your smartphone or you're not by your laptop or your computer where you can see this video. We want our faster to come into the future. I mean, she literally elbows this little girl the two beautiful smiley little girls there in these little white dresses, these little angels, and this, I'm sorry, which looks down at the girl and gives her an elbow,

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Paul McCartney wows Glastonbury with Dave Grohl and The Boss

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Paul McCartney wows Glastonbury with Dave Grohl and The Boss

"Paul McCartney has pulled out all the stops and brought on big name rock and roll guests for a two and a half hour concert at Glastonbury Festival Now at 80 the former Beatles the festival's oldest ever solo headliner McCartney and his band treated the huge crowd to beat those classics like get back hey Jude blackbird and let it be along with solo hits including live and let die through fighters frontman Dave Grohl came on to play saw her standing there and banned on the run while Bruce Springsteen and McCartney the boss and the beatle duetted on Springsteen's glory days and the early Lennon McCartney song I want to be your man Charles De Ledesma London

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Rep. Jan Schakowsky on the American Lives Trump Has Ruined

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:36 min | Last week

Rep. Jan Schakowsky on the American Lives Trump Has Ruined

"Let's just say. Good morning. To find American. Rocking congresswoman from the great state of Illinois, Jan schakowsky. Good morning representative. Oh, good morning. Good morning. I have to tell you, I don't think I've felt the level of anger out there from our listeners. I mean, people in general, from yesterday's hearing, just the pure raw emotion and watching these Americans whose lives were destroyed by this president. It was just so painful. I watched that explode. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Here's a woman who was for years. I understand trying to help just make elections go smoothly. She was just a stand up citizen, helping people. And suddenly became targeted. And when she talked yesterday, she said, really, in many ways, her life was just ruined. And that of her mother, it's just incredible until the president of the United States targeting her, really, it was a kind of terrorist attack in a way. On her. And she's afraid to give her name to anyone, then this is typical of the retribution that this president, the president, former president Trump, and his people. And the. Hooligans who helped him out went after these innocent people, it's just

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The Anti-Trump Supporters Incited Violence Against Trump Supporters

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:39 min | Last week

The Anti-Trump Supporters Incited Violence Against Trump Supporters

"They've got people assigned to listen to this radio program. They've got people assigned to actually monitor what I say on some of these TV appearances that we do on newsmax and real American news and many others. And they're flat out lying about what I said. So I want to go back and I want to play for you. Again, I was reminding people that it was the anti Trump crowd that actually facilitated an incited violence against Trump supporters back in 2016. Keep in mind the number of forget. Going back to 2016, Trump supporters were brutally beaten and attacked and left bloodied in the streets of city after city after city. The left they don't want they don't want you to remember that, but we do. We have a mind like an iron trap here at the Dodge turns radio show. As a matter of fact, one of the attacks in San Jose. I mean, people were getting pelted with rocks and bottles and eggs so there were fist fights and it was so bad even Hillary Clinton came out and condemned the violence against the Trump supporters. There was a situation in Chicago where a guy was beaten in the streets because he was wearing a maga hat. There was an incident in I believe Maryland, Montgomery, high school, where a teenage boy, a 15 year old boy was wearing one of the red maga hats, and this kid was attacked by four other students. They punched him, threw him to the ground and just started kicking the child.

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Biden's Big Gas Problem

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

Biden's Big Gas Problem

"We're all feeling the pinch and in some cases the squeeze on gas prices, gas prices that are reflection of a larger current of inflation. That is self inflicted almost wound on America that has been done by the Biden administration. This is not the same, by the way, as the stagflation and the gas crisis of the 1970s, Jimmy Carter was partly responsible for that as policies were inept, but there was an external driver, and that was OPEC. Now Biden would say in this case, well, there is an external driver. It's Ukraine, but the difference, of course, is that the United States has plenty of ability to meet its own gas needs. I just filled up the car, I forget $85. And I didn't start with it being on rock bottom empty, that you just were. Now 5 20 in Texas, and this means it's going to be 6, $7 in other places. Now, Biden is talking about, well, here's Biden. My message is simple. Do the companies running gas stations bring down the price you are charging at the pump. Do it now. Do it today. So this is what we get from this unhinged character. He doesn't well, I won't say he doesn't realize he does realize, but he nevertheless says these absurd things that ignore markets ignore supply and demand, ignore the effect of his own policies, ignore the fact that if you rescinded his own executive orders, things would immediately get better. Look, first of all, the gas companies don't run the gas stations. Most of these gas stations are mom and pop own, their franchises typically the owners of these gas stations make two to three cents a gallon and they don't set the price.

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James Rado, Co-Creator of Groundbreaking ‘Hair’ Musical, Dies at 90

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

James Rado, Co-Creator of Groundbreaking ‘Hair’ Musical, Dies at 90

"James rado the co creator of the musical hair has died in New York of cardio respiratory arrest according to his publicist rado was 90 I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career That's James rado singing He not only co wrote the lyrics for hair the musical he was the first to play Claude the young man about to be sent to Vietnam Hair was Broadway's first rock musical It costs to stir for using profanity sexual references a nude scene in what many believed to be desecration of the American flag Told the AP in 1993 the point of hair was that there is more to life than what was taught to us what he called a

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Elon Musk Just Had an Epic Meeting With Twitter Employees

The Trish Regan Show

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Elon Musk Just Had an Epic Meeting With Twitter Employees

"Right, let's turn to some fun stuff. Twitter, Twitter, Elon Musk, just drive and everybody over Twitter absolutely crazy. He had a meeting with employees today that he did over cell phone and he spoke to them as he promised he would and let's just say they're not too psyched. They're not rolling out the red carpet for Elon anytime soon. And he said some stuff that caused them to get very, very worried. In fact, one of the things he said is he would err on the side of allowing outrageous tweets. He's okay with outrageous tweets. This is a company that has worked very, very hard to sort of control what's out there if you would. And there are certain biases, shall we just say that I think have been reflected in how they manage that quote unquote control. So now you get this guy coming out of outer space, shall we say he did say it had never seen an alien, by the way. But anyway, he's coming in from we're going to say outer space, Texas, right? I think for a lot of Twitter employees, Texas might as well be outer space. And he suggesting things that would effectively turn the company on its head from everything that they've known, but I do believe one would be better for society and two will ultimately be better for the company as well. Because he wants to grow to a billion users. They've got roughly 229 million. I believe for their last filing, that's if they're all legit users, right? Because don't forget, that's another wrinkle in all of this. As Elon Musk threatens to get out of the deal as Elon Musk threatens to renegotiate the deal, I'll get to that in a second, but first back to this meeting, one of the issues that came up was whether or not employees would be able to work from home. Don't forget what he said to Tesla employees, like no way no how? And if you have a problem with that, come see me directly. Well, he told the Twitter employees that it would be considered for really exceptional employees. So apparently they were all conversing with each other on slack as this whole thing was going on and they were like, oh, you know, what is an exceptional employee and apparently sending memes and there was a lot of sort of hazing and teasing about the presentation. But look, he's talking about rocking their world. And that's never fun. Right? It's not fun for them, it's not fun for the establishment, but I think ultimately it could be incredibly healthy for our

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Harriet Hageman: Wyoming Is Excited for Upcoming Election

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Harriet Hageman: Wyoming Is Excited for Upcoming Election

"How's your reception in Wyoming is taking on Liz Cheney at the grassroots level Oh my gosh Mark you can not believe the reaction that we're having here in Wyoming We had Donald Trump Jr. here last night and this morning we had an event at 9 o'clock on a weekday in a town of 650 people There were 200 people that showed up and stayed for an hour and a half Wow I mean it has been rocking and rolling Our signs all over the state people in the restaurants that were interacting with and meeting with people are so incredibly excited about the election We have more volunteers You can't even believe the number of volunteers that we have The number of people who are walking doors the number of people who are out there they want to buy radio advertisements They're just doing everything they can They drive around their communities with our signs on top of their cars Excitement and the people that just really embraced us and embraced the message that we're presenting the message of hope and excitement all of the things that are happening in Wyoming it is just it's been an incredible spring and people are really really really excited for us And people anybody who wants to go and learn more about me make donations she's got a $7 million war chest about sort of thing but they can go to hegemon for Wyoming dot com They can learn more They can see our writings They can listen to our interviews with you Every time I'm on your program Mark you can not believe the reaction I get Everybody in this state loves you They know that you are a constitutional scholar They have so much respect for you And when I'm on your program I probably get more comments than almost having anything else So I still appreciate you giving me the opportunity to visit with you

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The Truth Behind the Cancellation of 'AJ After Hours'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

The Truth Behind the Cancellation of 'AJ After Hours'

"Turns out Mindy Herman was scared should have talked shows more than we knew because of that because of the tragedy of the Magic Johnson show. Magic was just bad on TV. It took him years to learn how to talk on TV. He wasn't ready then as a result, it all fell back on many of the blowback hit her hard. So she was petrified of talk shows, but she would never say that to our face. And I knew that things were bad because right before the talk show aired the advertising budget was cut in half. One minute on being in every magazine and newspaper in America, I'm on buses in Los Angeles by face, mildly faced with AJ after hours. I'm everywhere. The last two weeks before the show, I'm nowhere to be found. And the show was gonna run at midnight, then I went to one 30, then 2 o'clock in the morning. Who the fuck's up? The shelves from milkmen and vampires. Who's gonna watch your show with that hour, right? As my father would say, whores and milk men are up at that hour. So I was, I was doomed. It was doomed, right? And that cancellation when I finally got the word, I'm at the hotel. I've told you this story before and gave me for a minute. At the time, my assistant was my girlfriend and she was with me the whole way. And as we're getting ready for the 5th taping, Chris Rock was on that night, some good guess. She gets a phone call. Oh, it's John. John riber. Hold on. John says don't come downtown. It wouldn't mean don't come down. I'm going to tape the show. No, John says there's no shelter tonight. I go, happy to not be a shell tonight. Chris Rock's here. We're doing a show. No. So I got on the phone, John tells me, and he was crushed. It wasn't his call, but he said, we're not going to pull the show. Mindy wants to pull

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How AJ Got E! On Board With His Talk Show

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

How AJ Got E! On Board With His Talk Show

"Before I got my show and kind of had the doubts because I told him, I'm not going to be a typical talk show host. I just want people to promote their bullshit. I don't care about the next movie or the next book or the next album. I want to just talk about all different things. And by the way, I have a lot to say, okay? I have things that they want to hear about me. And they all looked at me crooked. I said, I've lived an interesting life. Trust me, I can match these people's story for story. They have a very hesitant. I said, watch, pick up the phone. I dial Jack Nicholson. Jack, AJ, how are you, Jay? You know, I told him at the show. Do you think he'd ever do it? I know it's a lot to ask. Well, if timing allows me, I think I can make that trip AJ, you know, blah, blah, blah. I call Sean Penn, same thing. Coal warm, baby. All right in front of The Rock. Now they know, holy shit. This is not art. Talent coordination branch of the company. This is the host making these calls. We got something good

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Elaine Parker: How You Can Join the 'Rock the Woke' Movement

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Elaine Parker: How You Can Join the 'Rock the Woke' Movement

"Rock the woke dot com is a great way for all of our listeners to get engaged in fighting back against this woke garbage. Well, you know, last year, we actually took on the woke, the wokeness last year with Major League Baseball when they pulled that All-Star Game out of Atlanta over all the lies being told about that voting law that was passed in the state, which, by the way, turned out to they had record numbers and voters. There was nobody being kept from voting. So that's a lot of voter suppression now going on in Georgia, huh? Exactly, exactly. So we stepped into that last year because we just couldn't stand what was happening. Not only to Americans, but to our small businesses and how they were hurt so much. And so we launched rock the woke last week. You were listeners can go to rock the woke dot com, and they can take the no mouse in my house pledge. And that's because we want to send a message to Disney that they need to focus on what their mission is. And that's entertaining children. Not stepping into the social wars that are cultural wars that are going on. But this is a cultural battle. This is a cultural war that we've stepped in. And we think Disney is the first company that should get the message that they need to focus on their mission and focus on providing the service that they set out to do and not hurt the value of their company. I mean, the value of their company has gone down some 30% since they stepped into this issue with the state of Florida and the parental rights act that was passed by governor desantis.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports on day ferry and the lightning are in the Stanley Cup final for the third straight year after beating the rangers two to one Steven stamkos scored twice including the game winner just 21 seconds after Frank Fernando tied the game for the blue shirts Nikita kucherov says he's proud of his team's finals run It means a lot not many teams have done that before and be one of them and it's huge and we were really happy with the result but we still have more important games ahead Lightning avalanche begins on Wednesday Baseball and the braves won their tenth in a row with an 8 run 7th to beat the pirates ten four Gary McKinley was there After dansby Swanson drove him three runs with a bloop single the braves again loaded the bases and this time Ozzy albie sent one over the right field wall to give Atlanta their biggest inning of the year Albie said winning has been a team effort Pitching in the defense and hitting you gotta just keep going and never give up and you know we keep our focus and our energy height to win games The Giants were three two winners in the return of Los Angeles pitcher Clayton Kershaw Other than losing which is no fun no matter what building block you want but overall you know I feel I feel good about it for the most part and be ready to go for the next one The podracing rock he split a double header Other NL winners were the Phillies cardinals nationals in Marlins The Yankees made it ten wins in 11 games by slamming the cubs 8 zero Aaron judge belted two of the yanks 6 solo homers off Matt swarmer I'm a sucker for a good rally and a nice you know double in the gap with runners and scoring the position but 6 solo shots with one single looks looks pretty nice too Other AL winners were the twins and rangers along with the angels Orioles a's tigers and Mariners Modale won the Belmont stakes ahead of nest and Skippy longstocking Trainer Todd pletcher finished one two and now has four victories in the Belmont Golf and Tony finau and Rory McIlroy are co leaders through three rounds of the Canadian open Female birdied his final hole for a 62 and an 11 under total I'm Dave ferry AP sports

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The New Liberal Protest: 'Keep Your Rosaries off My Ovaries'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

The New Liberal Protest: 'Keep Your Rosaries off My Ovaries'

"The opposite The new liberal protests in front of Kavanaugh's houses keep your rosary off my ovaries Yeah they thought of that all themselves I'm sure Keep in mind a lot of these people are paid protesters You think it's by accident they were told to say that Keep your rosaries off my ovaries There you go But I tell ya You think they made that up themselves You think paid protesters just randomly figured out to say that Hey that rhymes What rhymes with ovary Rosary There you go Perfect You make this all isn't planned out in advance You think the war on the evil Christian nationalists you think this is new You think this is something they didn't have ready to rock and roll the minute they thought roe would go down Making a victim class out of all of America and their women Women look Christian nationalists are coming for your ovaries They want your ovaries

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 3 dead in Bulgaria as passenger train hits truck at crossing

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

3 dead in Bulgaria as passenger train hits truck at crossing

"State police say the people who died range in age from 19 to 73 and that the crash happened when the van driver failed to yield while crossing U.S. 65 about a hundred miles southeast of Little Rock the truck at collided with was hauling cooking oil Both the van driver and the truck driver were injured the van belonged to CB king memorial school which services people with developmental delays or disabilities in a statement the school said we don't have the words right now to express our pain I'm Julie

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Why President Donald Trump Won't Return to Twitter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:40 sec | Last month

Why President Donald Trump Won't Return to Twitter

"When you announce that you're running for a second term, even then you won't go back to Twitter even if Elon's fixed it. No, I'm not going back. I told them I'm not going back. I don't want to go back. I think it's, first of all, I think it's highly overrated with all the bots with all the fake accounts and everything else. And I don't think Elon's going to buy it, or he's going to get a much lower price. I don't think he's going to buy it because I think a lot of that interaction is fake. And that's what he's finding. That was the president last week with us here on America first. If you missed it, why? Where were you when you trapped under a rock? And if you did miss it, you know what? Go to rumble, watch the whole interview with the

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:11 min | 10 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"From an incredible musician a producer. A songwriter And a musician as you said that. Who when to the most important bands in the history of rock and roll brought him in they were elevated on some of the key records of their career Yeah yeah it's a good job recall. This should good one. You know you definitely couldn't have done it while he was still alive but did do it. And i'll always have something to say he would've been gone in a long time ago. Maybe even on the ballot because he would have been known. But who knows he's going to be really would have been teed up right after the concert for george you'd have imperfect but he's getting a now a phrase we're looking for is better late than never never yes. Thank you So he'll be inducted. I wanna talk about this induction a little bit. Given the sheer number of artists who are being inducted in the side categories. We get the sense that there might not be a ton of time spent on these side category specifically i can see the package taking the place of a speech like a traditional induction speech. But i could definitely see a tribute performance. I don't see why they wouldn't egon. Carole king near she comes out just like the keys so the keys will be there. It's not a we can talk about who we think could do a tribute performance. I mean that's interesting yet. A lot of famous friends. Yeah some so famous that they might not show up. I'm thinking about the violist specifically in this stones but like the beatles in particular headed really close connection with him. And i also think about maybe artists that he collaborated with that. We don't wanna show up like say eric clapton of so. I think this could go a lot of ways and getting in the mindset of the way the rock hall books people in like well bill. Get john legend That's who is fine. He's fine he's good. He's good you know. He plays the piano. That's right he's do a nice job but i don't think that they would. I don't think they're gonna end no shade john legend. He's good. i've seen him. he's fine. i like him. he's fine. But i don't think this might not be the nicest way to say it but like i don't think they're gonna waste time if it's john legend like i don't think they're going to be like let's spend five minutes of this already jam-packed evening really. I mean i could see john legend. It's like a big name on the marquee. Is you know you know what. Maybe that's just my own bias. I think big with him. I mean you could envision nothing from nothing opening the whole night for closing whole night. Yeah that would be a uh song that people would know. The jam could be nothing from nothing. And i mean i was thinking that could be get back that right. Do i just wanna see multiple pianos. Ceo john envisioning multiple pianos a piano or again another piano keytar. I want them all out there. That get back is a great Would be great john batiste. Maybe i'll yeah he. He's he's so hot right now. He's he's got a little more edge than john legend and good old. I know i'm such a hater. John legend. I do not share. It's not as exciting of a booking. But like i don't hate unleashed shaquille. It's like we've just seen the rock hall. Go to that. Well well has been yes debts on. That's why but you know. Maybe john legend in gianbattista did a few johnson mirror johns. I mean you know it would be great. If ringo or mick or keith would induct him i irani of those did i think they would definitely make time for them. But i mean just with the world being what it is and yes and our country being considered. I don't know. I don't think you can even come here right. Now there's some new new restrictions i dunno ringo's in l. a. and stones are touring in theory although his best but making keith have not been near an induction in a very long time but they would be sort of the obvious kind of big stars from that era who could kind of talk about his work. But it's sad when you think of the list right. Sam cooks gone. Charleston's gone richard harrison little. Richard's gone i can call but there's another reason for music of musical excellence. He's intersecting with these inductees. Exactly connects yeah. He's a bridge to so many. I think get back or nothing from nothing. Nothing from nothing man. Just go for signing that so good. That's the choice like if they're going to play a billy precedent song that is the one they play. It is one of the most infectiously fun and funky songs. A lot of people who are getting into like it would fit musically. I'm love to see it. I would love to see it would be great. Jay z comes out spitzer verse on it. Figure out how to carole king. Piano rolls out a guitar solo work. You'd be very cool and people people know the song you so for people who they don't billy preston is or a lot of inductees. Are there like i know that song. Yeah i may not know what's right but i'm hoping for for something fun and maybe even a little unexpected would. There's a lot of different ways this could go. And maybe they will. Maybe those surprises. Who knows i mean. I just hope they can make it all happen to share with delta variant. That will we've got tickets. Do currently of tickets. We'll be great. Yeah i'm hoping to be there so maybe we can. Yes wonderful incredible. We'll be up so high where the airflow is good out there with the banners in the breeze. Sir yes absolutely. That's great lauren. I wanna thank you for taking the time to join us for this. This was really lovely. And i want to give you the chance to plug anything you want. Even if it's just billy preston's work or the. There's a book about soul. I know that you were referring to earlier. Yes so that soul. Tv show at which was amazing. There's a great book about it by gayle. Wald called it's been beautiful and gayle is also. The author of a fabulous biography of sister is at tharp. Who i know you guys have talked about but ls has lipped was the host of this extraordinary show and checkout billy preston and the god squad taken our turn it up it. The whole episode is available on. Youtube is fifty three minutes and understand where he was really coming from in putting together such an incredible mix of rock and gospel in seoul at a moment in rock. History where those things we had a moment where those things were really intertwined. So it's it's you all need this. You all need this hour. Incredible music timber. Excellence week too in the book. I was like what is he saying..

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:43 min | 11 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"You're getting into this eighties era of teens music where i don't like all of it by any means but i think what that shows is that that i mean the fact that she could transform that song through her performance to something as awesome as it is so we cut leaning on this thing like this. Her amazing spell like her magic is her ability to do this with anything like she just covers the motels total control. Also she was like she does a really great version. She's like a great interpreter of song. You know there. We talked about on the show. How disregarded and in a way disrespected a lot of times. The skill of vocal interpretation is specifically within the rock rock hall. It's a lot of emphasis is put on the ability to write a song which obviously is a incredible skill and that is an art in its own right but the dismissal of the singer who's not also a songwriter is a thread throughout the history of the rock hall even though you have artists like elvis presley in the very first year good amount of hypocrisy there and you know what it is often. It is often tied to misogyny and racism and always give elvis a pass. He was historically great guy. So private dancer comes out. What's love got to do with it. Comes out smash hits a ghost in the song goes the number one in and this was a song that she didn't even really like didn't even necessarily want to do had to be talked into doing it. And also they knock this album out in two weeks. And but it really. It catapults her back to not even back because she she says it's not a comeback. This is her arriving as tina for the first time. And she's on side of the world and she's doing the thing that she had wanted she had set out to do which was to do giant rock stadiums. And she's doing it and she's you know private answer comes out. She's around forty and she is able to keep this going for a while. You know this is just like a year of her life. Where you know. There's this great album. She extends us into a long second. Act yeah i mean she. She did the babe. Ruth point in dislike talking about performer. Again you know. Roger mentions during this period of time during prime dancer album followed that on each of those tours. She did something like two hundred and eighty five shows. Now you earn fifty. Like stadium shows in the world and i bring that up in part for the thing that i said earlier. Which is that. It's said that she didn't miss a show ever like she. There was never a moment of excuse always just in such good shape and delivered as if it were not only her job but like that the count that alone just like the work ethic is something that i think we were all blown away with the whole time. We were having the opportunity to look through this. Yeah and she does Show she puts on. This is not a student and she is not wearing sneakers and she's not sitting on a stool she is. Iq's and she is active. And that she she's she's putting it all out there. And this all culminates in her..

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Presented by climate power education fund does big oil care about our streets flooding or our home burning not according to an exxon mobil top lobbyists. Did we aggressively bite against Some of the science. Yes you know. We were looking out for our shareholders they care about profits not people learn more at polluters dot exposed. Everybody wealthy who cares about the rock. Call a podcast about the rock and roll hall of fame. I'm your host. Joke was allah and folks. You know what it's all about. I know too much about the rock hall of fame. And that's just how it is. There wouldn't be a podcast if it was any different With me as always is someone who you know. She doesn't care about the rock hall. But if you go back into the history books you'll see that she technically started this podcast. It is kristin stuttered. Hi kristin how low. Hi joe i you know. I don't care about the rock hall. But i'm i care about today's subject so i guess that's like you know we're halfway there. Yeah we can in the middle with the yeah general topic and then the subject of each week hit or miss. This week is a hit for you. Of course we are third gone of our bad pun name month. Which is doc guest. We are talking about the documentaries that are devoted to many of the two thousand twenty one rock hall class of inductees. We've talked about the black godfather. We've talked about the go-goes documentary this week. I have a feeling people were expecting it. But we are of course. Talking about the tina. Turner documentary just titled tina. That came out on. Hbo and we are so excited. To have one of the editors of that film. Carter gun my carter. Hi thanks for having me absolutely so excited to have you with us. This is the question. I asked everybody out of the gate and the the answer might not be a long one and you know that's okay. But what is your reference level for the rock and roll hall of fame. Have you seen an induction ceremony on tv before. Do you notice when the nominees combat anything like that. i. I really don't care that much about it outside of i'd say this year Just because it did run so parallel with the film coming out but generally speaking. i don't keep track of it nor really use it as a barometer for what is canon even to agree. I don't. I'm not does not shots fired or anything. That's just i'm decec- facts carter and you know i know i. I'm very much on that wavelength. I will say that there is something to be said about what it means for the pop culture nostalgia of the moment and i think that seems to be relevant every time one of these rolls around. Yeah for sure. That's very true. I mean we are able to have a month called doc guests right now because there have been several berry recent documentaries that were kind of in the zeitgeist that you know feels like led to the induction or there's something in it contributed to something in the air that the induction is also a part of these things you know whether they are causing effect or they are somehow connected in a different way. It feels like it's all part of the same thing absolutely i. I mean the twitter conversation around this year seemed to be somewhat contentious. I'd say even. I mean i'm so deep into like the rock hall discourse and thinking about the rock hall time that i don't necessarily know what you're referring to when you say there was a contentious discussion basically where i'm starting with. This is the only mildly way into looking at the rock hall. Situation was knowing that to film came out in march when hbo of this year and roughly around the same time. The new inductees were starting to the public boat..

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:54 min | 11 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Thinking of those big bands. I mean just just the scope of of what bands like led zeppelin black sabbath. You know our society. And again i going back to just in popular culture. I mean everybody knows those songs everybody knows everybody knows paranoid and i mean obviously i'm a. I'm a big fan of the deeper cuts from those bands. But i mean when we look at just the influence and the scope of their influence on culture and and obviously the genre. It's just it's immense. it's almost you know so much too much to even like think about you. Know what i mean. It's it's mind-blowing we also forgot. Clean shit damn. We got rerecord it. Let's start no clean. Keep queen kind of two different careers to as well. They've got the hard rock stuff. Heavy metal stuff in the seventies and then they kind of evolved into more of a british pop. Act as as they you know so you know. Obviously they influenced so many people they influenced you know so many singers especially freddie mercury. Brian may you know is a is an incredible guitar player. The whole ban is phenomenal But again i think if we're talking top four. I dunno if i put him there. I know a lot of people would probably put him in the top four but metal. I don t. I mean like you said. I think that they kind of went into such More papa based place. I also never. They were hard rock. I definitely would say that. But i mean they were never like to me super hard rock. I i don't like i mean even the earlier stuff to me wasn't like oh this is like really you know kinda like heavy Obviously you can't deny their insolence. One of the most influential acts out there like you said especially for singer body. I don't know if they make my top list either but yeah it's important to include them. I know we're probably going to think of other bands too. But but really i mean for for us to have the same two bands and the tap to just flip flopped. It really you know. I mean those two are the bands when you think of heart. Heavy metal. I mean i. I don't think you know what's really unique about those bands. I don't zeppelin could play black sabbath. And i'll think black sabbath zeppelin you know. That's a really distinct thing too as well because They may try and it may sound like but they're but they're not gonna sound as if they were the same ban and i just think that with those bands and what they brought and i still think the foundation is. I always guitar and bonham's drums. You know that if you hear you hear both those influences in every hard rock and heavy metal band that there is you just hear it. Yeah it's like. I said it's like a piece of a piece of each of those bands in every ban that came after and anybody in a band but would tell you that too. Yeah you absolutely nailed it right there absolutely out. Very distinct bands continue to influence music after. Gosh what fifty. Some years after their debut fifty plus years. Yeah it's just it is insane. It really is and still be relevant. Still thought of as you know. I mean if zeppelin did a reunion which they won't and they probably shouldn't at this point ticket sales would be at the obscene. Would it would have to. I would have to liquidate passage. Yeah decency foreign child yeah. He knows he's he's unfortunately out of the picture. Yeah my dad would do the same. He'd be like listen to me. It was a good time. But what's up when christopher you're eighteen you're going to be eighteen in a couple of years. I think i've done all. I can and You know i think you're on. I think you're on a good road to success so really A really great story really quick. Just they thought you'd find really great because you know you. We both of new bands too. So i unfortunately wasn't here for the story but i've heard it many times So my dad's were abandoned led zeppelin And have you heard the ban graveyard. Yes yes yeah so. My parents you know went to go see graveyard in new york city and so my mom. Who at the time was you know she'd go out and smoke cigarette here and there She went out there at webster hall in your city and she went out to smoke a cigarette and she looks and jimmy is standing there outside Just having a cigarette kiosks my mom. It's you know he could use her lighter and my mom proceeds to just you know like any normal person would do when they run into jimmy. Page just freak that thou- And my dad was still inside and you know. My dad is worshiped. The you know the ground that jimmy page has walked on since he was a child so she runs back inside. And she's like. Chris dropped the twelve dollar beater. We'll just get another one. Just put the beer down. You'll have to come outside right now. and he goes outside and he sees jimmy paid standing there. He got shake his hand and they actually talked about the band. And jimmy page. This is a direct quote had said that graveyard checked all the right boxes. So i thought that you'd find that that A great story because you know he. He goes out even though he's not playing shows too much anymore. He's so going out and supporting the new bands like that. So he's pretty cool dude. When was this That was in twenty fourteen. I think celebrities man. My dad will show that picture too literally. Anybody if led zeppelin just brought up. It's like honest. I feel like like say special spot on his phone or something. Somebody got a picture with them and He was from what i what they told me. he was. Just super nice dude. Like just seriously like his bodyguards had said to my parents. You can't shake his hand and jimmy was like they can shake my hand like what is this like. It's fine. you know what. I mean i mean you just from what i heard is a really cool dude and Yeah i mean love the fact that he's out there. You know seeing seeing new bands like that you know. It's pretty pretty cool. I would have turned into a with the equivalent to a young girl watching the beatles on the sullivan show. I saw jimmy page or robber plan. I would have been like screaming like like like girl you know like was he was like i just made. My godfather was with my godfather. Is my dad's best friend of. He's also a huge. Let's up fan. But he the other approach. He didn't he. Didn't say hi to him and i always. I always like dubai. Didn't yeah he's just. My godfather has ever been that way. More kind of just You know. I just give them their space kinda dude. I've never been that way But yeah it's interesting but Yeah i would not there for the story. I was very upset. I was like you met jimmy page without me. That is fantastic. Really wow incredible. Wow yeah i'm jealous. I am so jealous. Kill great story though sharing that. Yeah yeah well sydney. It's been a blast as always thank you for coming back on the show. I appreciate it..

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:49 min | 11 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"One of the greatest metal bands of all time. I mean who doesn't love iron maiden I was also thinking guns and roses. I mean i know that that can be a slippery slope for some people. But i mean the impact that that first album had on the scene at that time changed everything for for music at that point and that was kind of later on. I mean i don't. I definitely wouldn't put them in in a top four but i think that they definitely should be considered just even for that record alone like i would say that even if we were looking appetite for destruction to be us because just the influence that that that album has had on like you were saying i mean either or on not talking about debut album earlier on Anyway you know. Appetite for destruction is one of those albums that almost any kind of like modern newer musician. You know sites as being an influence so i have to say guns and roses I definitely you know. We talked about metallica. Which i definitely think would be an influential band And other than that. I mean i also thought maybe the scorpions a little. Bit of a one that was mentioned in the poll. That you had said put up quite a bit I mean i think that they they were around for so many years before they made it big And i think that they're even schenker's early guitar work on speaking shankar. Another one ufo. You if i think is should definitely be considered. They influence me. Thrash big for wholeheartedly And they're extremely underrated. I think that the influence of the hat is almost all the time unnoticed by anybody So i mean. I think that that they being consideration definitely not maybe the top four but should be considered my picks for bands. I mean i agree with you and your made in iron maiden is bigger now than ever before bigger than we were back when i was growing up and if you told me that they would be accepted into mainstream i would have been. You're kidding me but here we are it's definitely something that You know is just tremendous in their career in the launch and they still continue to put out good music to like. Their new albums are just as good as their classic albums. And they mean that Some the obvious choices. And i'll mention them. I know you're saving yours. Leads up and of course deep. Purple black sabbath. You know those bands. You know as well rush. Is you know a tremendous ban with a lot of influence and a huge body work and a huge catalog that they have been able to produce time and time again over the years over generations. Great musicianship i know. They're not for everybody you know. They're they're very proud but people are. It's like a running joke. This show i on on monday nights And mike portnoy even gives me cropper. I'm i'm just like not rush at all. It's like the. And i totally like. I agree with everything that you're saying though because i think that they're they're influences undeniable But just not for me. Well everybody has their faults sydney. Everybody has their faults. But you know they're a great band band that i grew up with you as well. I mean you can't deny you know like like you said their body work and their influence I don't know if i mentioned alice cooper. Of course you know with the shock rock and everything and Huge influential band there Trying to think if i'm forgetting anybody I don't think i am. I know people have mentioned motorhead and panthera. Those guys are obviously great band. I don't know if i'd put them in a category of being considered for the big. They definitely have their niche In what they do but in terms of mainstream success in terms of you know casual fans knowing their music. I don't know if there's a lot of people that could name a a motorhead song or just casual rock fans or a pan terrace on Say i'm not saying they're bad. Don't come after me and secure believe me. So i didn't say anything. Negative i'm just saying on the totem pole of rock music and rock bands. I don't know if i would consider them. You know in in the conversation for the top four. So i'm so relax people i would. I would consider you know someone selling me on deaf leopard just because of their popularity in the eighties in their body. Work and how they evolved I wouldn't put them on my list. But i do appreciate what they've done out of. I look at some of the the poll answers that you had It just seems flew out of place like next to leads up. Would i love leopard like i. I loved leopard so much. This is not anything deaf leopard. But like when you have a list and it's like led zeppelin black sabbath deaf leopard. It's just like i don't know about that. Absolutely i mean they definitely you know had their time and they definitely influenced bands But again we're talking about the pendulum of the big rock bands. The big four. And i don't know if they quite get there as as as does motley crue motley crue quite there too as well. I think they had a nice career. They that got great music. But i just don't think that they're you know i don't know if you put them in that big four category. So are we forgetting anybody. I don't think we are no i mean. I think they did a pretty good job. I mean i've come to learn that it's really hard. Everybody me an odd are probably get off this and be like. Oh i got somebody. But there's there's been so not a really great thing that there's so many bands that have done so much for this genre that it's hard to think of them all. I mean someone could make the argument. I consider grunge hard rock. I don't you know and someone could say nirvana pearl. Jam soundgarden nelson chains. You know. I don't know. I knew provider. Nevada never connected with me Pearl jam. I've become a fan. As i've gotten older is i appreciate their music back when i was younger. I didn't really connect with them that all that much. But now they've older i do. I do like pearl jam. Alison chains soundgarden. Two of my favorite bands. You know they did have that in the hard rock edge to them that maybe the other banned from that era didn't but again with like deaf. Leopard like motley crue. I think they're great. I just don't think they get in that conversation. Yeah i agree. I agree with that. All right so what's your ford cert- with your number four all right So just a very obvious. This is a very obvious list. But i think it's obvious for reason. I'm number four I'm gonna go with deep purple. I think it's funny. I have to on your that. Ritchie blackmore's end but deep purple. I mean arguably released probably the the most mainstream rock song of our time. You know smoke on the water. And i mean i think that there's just no denying Just ritchie blackmore's influence on literally just everything that came after the work that he did I don't know i mean i. I think it's it's even hard for me.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:05 min | 11 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I get on these kicks about new music and the need for it to be relevant again. Because when it's relevant people listen and people it becomes inclusive and people start to listen to it and opens up so many doors with with new musicians and people that wanna be in bands again. And that's why it's important when it's in the back seat it's really hard to keep it going and not to say that rockers. Dying iraq is dead. Because it's not but it is. It's becoming harder to fine. You have to really work at it so you know when when people complain about you know. Kiss or metallica. Oh the other mainstream. This nazi suck or whatever. You're missing the point. The genre that you love needs bands like that to penetrate the wall of mainstream music. Kinda like what. Mammoth is doing right now with their debut album. When's the last time a hard rock album heavy metal album pro. That was new and that talking about ecdc anything became number one and mainstream rock. And i it's been forever. It's been forever so You know we need stuff like that stuff like the happen so stop being. It's amazing how hard rock and metal fans you always want people to participate in obits forever blah. But not. if you're a kiss fan oh not if you like. Metallica blackout not. If you like motley crue it's like come on you know like people have different. Tastes accept it. You like you like people like what you like and hard rock and heavy metal although there's great musicians in bands and doing things it's not always about the musicianship. It's about the attitude it's about the field and that's why it is the middle finger of music genres. Yeah i mean. And i think sometimes people forget that for a while there rock. What's the mainstream. You know what i mean for you know in the seventies and the eighties early nineties. You know what i mean. i think. Now it's definitely more of an underground thing We're kind of A niche genre. Some ways Just because of how things have evolved a whole slew of reasons for that but you know rock with the mainstream for a little while. They're and yeah you did have the they had just go. And now you had seventy s when you had kind of new wave and punk and then pop and stuff. Of course things were still there. But you know. I've heard i have a lot of friends who you know and my parents who were around you know during that time and you know anybody could be wearing a go to a concert back with the shirt and i mean it was the norm. It wasn't like you know. Nowadays if i were iraq shirt. It's like a while you're actually sat about ban you know it wasn't mainstream for awhile so i mean it's it's kinda interesting like you said i don't really understand the the the not want for it to be mainstream a good example. I'm as miley cyrus Talking about she's doing Metallica covers album and people are automatically. Just i don't even think it's come out yet. I mean. I don't i don't think she's still working on it But when that was announced in the end she had said interviews with. That's what she was working on. It was like automatically people started dumping on it And i don't know. I mean it could be really great and it could be an opportunity to get this younger generation into new interact music me. Yeah getting them metallica. It's an older ban. But you know that could be the gateway for people to get into new bands. And so it's it's yeah again. It's like you know people want this genre to live on. I'm doing a live on if people listen to it And and that's kind of the way to do it. You know at this point. I'm all for any way to get people more into this genre. You know what i mean. It's like i'll take it anyway. It comes i. I see what you're saying. I've always had an issue with miley cyrus. And what she's doing And it's it's because. I don't think i don't think it's authentic. I think it's a money. Grab I think you know that's just how i feel about it. I just when i see her. I think she's very talented. But i think what's happening and what i'm seen happening is that there's been an effort to redefine what rock music is and you know when we look at the rock charts or we look at the nominees for the grammy's and not that rock bands and hard rock and heavy metal fans. You care with the grammys. Do or what. The horizon roll hall of fame does. But it's like. I look at some of the bands in them like. What are you talking about like. This isn't rock music. So i think it just miley cyrus. Kind of perpetuates that for me. I always think it's better when a ban has its roots in rock like a dirty honey or like a joyous wolf for you know the struts or whatever and their new in their audience and then they punch through to the mainstream i always. I always appreciate that more because it's it came from that place of influence right. It's not you know they're really doing it. And i think that her last album kind of marketed. Like you said it's a rock album. And at first i was like then when when it was kind of not released yet I was like you know. Maybe she she actually is. I don't know and i listened to it. Definitely not a rock album At all it's it's definitely not a rock album At the pop album I remember listening to the first song when it came out. And i was like you know people are like released like the rock album of the ear and i was like this is not. This is not rock. So i definitely agree with dr blake. Things imagine dragons and stuff like this is like pop. gets alternative. It's like it's like we call. When i was growing up new wave music you know. And it's it's you know it's being defined now is rock and hard rock and i'm like this is nothing like weezer is defined as hard rock. Weezer is new wave alternative. They're not rock hard rock at all. Ever it's weird. How they're how they're defining things now. But think i think my main takeaway from that was just like or my main. When i was trying to say is just i mean. I think that some people don't like like. I know there was like a big thing with the lady gaga saying when she performs the taliban and all these things and i i know. God it's like i think pink to pink rock fan and she she pop mostly but i think some people don't really like that and i understand why they don't but you know in a way it's been able to you know introduce other people who aren't necessarily walk fans to this scene and i think that can just be very helpful. You know in helping these bands like you were saying like dirty honey like I don't not a huge the biggest fan but like greta van fleet You know a lot of those band. Joyce will you know. I think that it can help. Maybe propel those bands if some people could become more interested But i totally know what you're saying. Though i mean i definitely don't that you know they're going to be the next like miley cyrus is gonna be the next big rock artist but you know. I i think this the introduction to those some of those bands could could be helpful from somebody like her Know has has a whole basically on on the generation. I agree i agree so we are going to bit long here because we are so passionate about the bands that we think should be part of the top four. Let's just do a quick rundown you know of bands before we get into our picks. What who else you got could should be considered for the top four and other some obvious choices but who also you thinking. i mean. i'm saving my obvious for the final. Four other ones that i had Are made in you. Know can't can't deny their their influence on on the medal arguably.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:25 min | 11 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Album is awesome. And it's the same thing with metallica. Right i mean you know when people listen to the blackout meal that was pivotal point. You know taking their banned from largely being underground. They had success with one. An injustice for all to really becoming superstars right they never would have reached that plateau. They never would be playing stadiums if if it wasn't for the blackout. They never they would have been a ban that would play twenty thousand. Maybe two thousand seaters. Maybe you know mostly you know you know five ten thousand that they did not release the blackout. That's just that's just that it's it's we we look at the other. You know bands and let's look at it like the thrash big for right so mean we have. We have negative antarctic right. I mean if we're looking out of the the level of those bands again. I'm kinda kinda go back to. How how well known they are and kind of the effect they had on on popular culture. Kind of how. Like i said i. Sometimes it's the best way to gauge. You know the level of success here. So i mean metallica. We look at metallica out of all of those bands. You know slayers there because of just the name as you know. I think popular in the mainstream masses because of obviously what they did for for thrash metal but also you know slayer notorious right there. Really heavy bands you know they carve you know slayer into your arm like that kind of ho saying But we look at all the other bands. I don't know anybody who's not iraq and that's that's jamming megadeath. And i love. I love it will probably a little bit. More than metallica. In my opinion. isn't a mega but just like level of of you know popularity here outside of just the the rock and metal community. I don't know many people who are listening to megadeath. Were anthrax outside of of loving this genre or you know same thing with slayer you know people you know slayer but do they listen to you. Know met holocaust. One of i think the only band out for that you know you could go up somebody on the street and be like kay understand and they'd be like yeah. I know that's all you know what i mean. It's just so. I mean there's there's no denying and again people can say that they sold out. It's whatever they people want to think. I guess but you know it's i don't think that they their intentions in making that album were to quote unquote sell out. I don't think that they were trying to make super ultra mainstream record. And and you know. Let's shy away from you. Know what we did. I don't. I don't think that that was the intention. I think that they were evolving. And that's naturally kind of what came out of it. I agree you know. And it's a ban that continues to make good music and who knows how much longer they'll be around to as well. I mean you know they are getting up there in age by their time is ticking and the other very physical onstage to as well with how they perform absolutely absolutely so what do you got next. Oh man It's funny 'cause. I was gonna do one that i was like i'm gonna i'm gonna. It's a little too related to one in my big force. I'm kinda kinda gonna start shy away from it but one. This is a band. That's more in a hard rock genre than having metal but again cannot deny their influence even in the later metal stuff that we see And i gotta go with aerosmith. Aerosmith is the you know undeniably. Probably the biggest american rock band like hard rock band know we. We see a lot of the the british bands. That are really big. You know ask for like american hard rock you know. I don't think it really gets bigger than aerosmith And again i go back to the influence of of the band on just what came later. You know again. We look at an image wise i. It's so interesting. Seeing these early bands you know. Just how massive. They became and how that influenced to to what came next evolution of all. This stuff is just fascinating to me. But you know even like scarves on steven. Tyler's mike stand you know influenced what what was to come even image wise And also just music wise. I mean they had such catchy songs. they developed a little bit. You know we see that. I record And they kind of got a little bit steven. Joyce changed a little bit You know like any band kind of finding their way but the rest were there. The catchiness of the songs. I think they appeal to a lot of different. A lot of you know the the mainstream of masses at that time you know. They weren't altered do me like black sabbath and they weren't you know like leads up when They were kinda just. We're talking about party rock and roll. I feel like they. They were it for for a little while. So i think that there's no denying what aerosmith did and has done for the hard rock scene and for the genre. And i think that even look at you know joe joe perez guitar playing and and his west and definitely translated to even you know some styles in and heavy metal so i think other influences is there i agree. I think that aerosmith is one of the great american bands in hard rock history There are band that had to reinvent themselves in the late eighties with permanent vacation. A lot of people don't like those albums as well. you know to poppy to commercial. You know it's basically anything that has commercials success for whatever reasons a portion of fans will immediately rejected which you know i don't get but whatever i think. A lot of that really quick comes from the fact that i feel like in hard rock and heavy metal fans feel kind of this sense of being an outcast and now we like things that you know other people don't like and it's dot kind of mentality and so when somebody releases an album that appeals to people outside of this community that we have. It's almost like people feel betrayed. You know that we're not a band out sticking to being an outcast and being you know unique and different and not you know going to what everybody would like. I think that sometimes people take it as a personal attack on on the community You know but it's also bans can't control like grew to say dance can't control what becomes big. And what doesn't you know. I don't know that there's a large portion of fans that have those albums but when they're around their buddies or their you know their case. I don't listen to ride doll you know. Everybody says they hate banjo jovi. They got up bon jovi album somewhere in their collection. Don't kid yourself you know It's it's funny how people do that but no aerosmith. You know great influence on me. A lot of bands coming out today. new rock bands. Heavy aerosmith influence dirty honey when I think of a ban that exemplifies that and really does You know show that influence Steven tyler one of the greatest frontman of all time. Joe perry a great aunt. I should say joe. Perry and brad whitford okay. Great guitar tandem. Very underrated in guitar tandems. They have very tasty riffs. A lot of space between their notes the rhythm sections with tom hamilton. And joey kramer is phenomenal songs. Still resonated with its dream on sweet emotion. Walk this way from the seventies to the new stuff like you know dude. Looks like a lady what it takes. You know crazy amazing. Those songs ran living on the edge. They stay still bring it. They're still great live. They stare still. I don't know if we're going to be touring again. you know. Age is starting to catch up with them and plus two with cove him. But you can't deny the influence at aerosmith had on hard.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:15 min | 11 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"They were young and that's when they that's what they identified with. That was their first exposure to to that band so mean. Don't love the old stuff. What i think people don't get it's like i can love the black album and i also love kill them all and just because i love one doesn't mean i can't love the other you know it's not like i have to stay stuck into one era of the ban it just. I've never understood that. That whole argument. And i just think it's such a tired argument you know it's it's you know it's just the same thing with you know people who i can't listen anything. Sammy hagar or bryan johnson isn't acdc. It's just it's ridiculous. I mean it's good music and let's be honest about. Acdc yes their music. Sounds exactly the same. But up until power up i mean people who go to their show. Don't wanna hear the new stuff right. I mean the stuff they wanna hear that stuff and enlarge part the reason why maybe some of the newer albums have struggled up until power up is because of that same type of style of music. Power up was a perfect storm. You had the pandemic you had all of this tension going on last year with the election and the protest in everything happened. It was a shit year and at the end of the year. Comes this album that everyone can just rally around because as we talked about before it made people feel good. It made people take their minds off the crap that was happening every time they saw. You know the news or when outside or didn't go outside so it was perfect and then album is awesome. And it's the same thing with metallica. Right i mean you know when people listen to the blackout meal that was pivotal point. You know taking their banned from largely being underground. They had success with one. An injustice for all to really becoming superstars right they never would have reached that plateau. They never would be playing stadiums if if it wasn't for the blackout. They never they would have been a ban that would play twenty thousand. Maybe two thousand seaters. Maybe you know mostly you know you know five ten thousand that they did not release the blackout. That's just that's just that it's it's we we look at the other. You know bands and let's look at it like the thrash big for right so mean we have. We have negative antarctic right. I mean if we're looking out of the the level of those bands again. I'm kinda kinda go back to. How how well known they are and kind of the effect they had on on popular culture. Kind of how. Like i said i. Sometimes it's the best way to gauge. You know the level of success here. So i mean metallica. We look at metallica out of all of those bands. You know slayers there because of just the name as you know. I think popular in the mainstream masses because of obviously what they did for for thrash metal but also you know slayer notorious right there. Really heavy bands you know they carve you know slayer into your arm like that kind of ho saying But we look at all the other bands. I don't know anybody who's not iraq and that's that's jamming megadeath. And i love. I love it will probably a little bit. More than metallica. In my opinion. isn't a mega but just like level of of you know popularity here outside of just the the rock and metal community. I don't know many people who are listening to megadeath. Were anthrax outside of of loving this genre or you know same thing with slayer you know people you know slayer but do they listen to you. Know met holocaust. One of i think the only band out for that you know you could go up somebody on the street and be like kay understand and they'd be like yeah. I know that's all you know what i mean. It's just so. I mean there's there's no denying and again people can say that they sold out. It's whatever they people want to think. I guess but you know it's i don't think that they their intentions in making that album were to quote unquote sell out. I don't think that they were trying to make super ultra mainstream record. And and you know. Let's shy away from you. Know what we did. I don't. I don't think that that was the intention. I think that they were evolving. And that's naturally kind of what came out of it. I agree you know. And it's a ban that continues to make good music and who knows how much longer they'll be around to as well. I mean you know they are getting up there in age by their time is ticking and the other very physical onstage to as well with how they perform absolutely absolutely so what do you got next. Oh man It's funny 'cause. I was gonna do one that i was like i'm gonna i'm gonna. It's a little too related to one in my big force. I'm kinda kinda gonna start shy away from it but one. This is a band. That's more in a hard rock genre than having metal but again cannot deny their influence even in the later metal stuff that we see And i gotta go with aerosmith. Aerosmith is the you know undeniably. Probably the biggest american rock band like hard rock band know we. We see a lot of the the british bands. That are really big. You know ask for like american hard rock you know. I don't think it really gets bigger than aerosmith And again i go back to the influence of of the band on just what came later. You know again. We look at an image wise i. It's so interesting. Seeing these early bands you know. Just how massive. They became and how that influenced to to what came next evolution of all. This stuff is just fascinating to me. But you know even like scarves on steven. Tyler's mike stand you know influenced what what was to come even image wise And also just music wise. I mean they had such catchy songs. they developed a little bit. You know we see that. I record And they kind of got a little bit steven. Joyce changed a little bit You know like any band kind of finding their way but the rest were there. The catchiness of the songs. I think they appeal to a lot of different. A lot of you know the the mainstream of masses at that time you know. They weren't altered do me like black sabbath and they weren't you know like leads up when They were kinda just. We're talking about party rock and roll. I feel like they. They were it for for a little while. So i think that there's no denying what aerosmith did and has done for the hard rock scene and for the genre. And i think that even look at you know joe joe perez guitar playing and and his west and definitely translated to even you know some styles in and heavy metal so i think other influences is there i agree. I think that aerosmith is one of the great american bands in hard rock history There are band that had to reinvent themselves in the late eighties with permanent vacation. A lot of people don't like those albums as well. you know to poppy to commercial. You know it's basically anything that has commercials success for whatever reasons a portion of fans will immediately rejected which you know i don't get but whatever i think. A lot of that really quick comes from the fact that i feel like in hard rock and heavy metal fans feel kind of this sense of being an outcast and now we like things that you know other people don't like and it's dot kind of mentality and so when somebody releases an album that appeals to people outside of this community that we have. It's almost like people feel betrayed. You know that we're not a band out sticking to being an outcast and being you know unique and different and not you know going to what everybody would like. I think.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:45 min | 11 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"What they love it. It's not a big. That's not all all to do something we love for a living and make a living at it. That's not unreasonable. And we're living day at age where people think spotify is somehow taking care of the know. 'cause they got a billion got a million streams four thousand dollars for okay. So yes who gets million streams the big bats. Four thousand dollars. Okay making fun of four thousand dollars. So what does one hundred thousand streams. Too young ben hundred thousand. That's dream four hundred dollars so the four or five guys split up each take two hundred bucks now. What what is that. How i've changed. They've got one hundred dollars for a song they did. They ain't quitted job baby with a hundred bucks. Maybe they go out to dinner with the kids and kids nowadays bands too by the way so the point is used vital up discover new music use those those streaming services to learn about bands. But once you find you like somebody like do honor them by either paying for the download from itunes or amazon or buying or the cd. Oh you want to do it. Pay by sight unseen. Nobody's asking you to do that. But if you like it you know. I compare it to a strawberries. Different stand now. Let you taste one like it if you like it. Don't steal the basket of strawberries. Run out of the store. The strawberries if you didn't like it walk out of the stores you discussing fine. That's fine you like. Don't steal basket called people. What will end on. That will end on strawberries at the grocery store with the with the snyder everybody. That's the snyder. I'm jay stack. This is the hook. Roxie ultimate rockford. Podcast stay.

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"rock" Discussed on Mpulse Rock

Mpulse Rock

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on Mpulse Rock

"Think it was to the d. video or it was a secret ending. Those are newer bands. That are just absolutely killing it every real absolutely and that's and that's the thing you know there's definitely that's a great avenue because the fact that like you said there's a lot of newer bands that people just they haven't earned up. Yeah the bands that you talk about on for the rock. You know your your new project refiner. I just happened to be going on facebook. What dan somebody had posted something about refiner and others like. Let me check this out over and and listened to like. Oh i like this i was. I was so surprised to get the message like like a few days after comes out. I'm like somebody wants to do an interview. About refiner like yeah. It was really cool to to get that message. And now we're here. Yeah absolutely like. I said you know hopefully You know we can push push the list of this episode You know up there and You know who knows you might end up being on tour some these. You know somebody that you'd love to be So how did you become christian. Chris yeah so i. I grew up in a christian home. grandparents on both my parents side. Christians may my dad's dad was actually a past up until just recently a couple years ago. I think he kind of retired as a the head lead pastor role of the church He was at the. I kind of grew up into it. Went to the christian school Sunday school every week growing up doing that and it wasn't it was i was always. I considered myself to be a good kid. If you're talking about behaving in doing not doing this stuff that good. Christians aren't supposed to do kind of stuff. I was the school kids. Thought i was the goody two shoes christian kid at the christian school so that says something but it wasn't really until my teenage years that i think it was. What year was that two thousand eight. Yeah i was about.

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"rock" Discussed on Mpulse Rock

Mpulse Rock

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on Mpulse Rock

"Find all of our interviews with all the bands and artists as well as you can have their our links there to all of our social media facebook instagram as well as twitter. We actually have tonight on the show. We have chris adams from refiner and white rogue nation as well as from the youtube channel or the rock. How're you doing tonight. Chris and good. Thanks for having me -solutely kind of exciting. So tell me a little about refiner and what the differences are between refiner. And what's going on with that as well as once you guys have going on with white road nation. Yeah for sure. So refiner is actually my brand new solo project and It's it's a little bit different than what i've been doing in the past I actually have this old project. That i kind of don't talk about anymore called beyond vision And that was started back in two thousand thirteen and i just decided last year to kind of put an end like officially to that project basically replaced it with refiner just as kind of as the name suggests. It's i've been refined over the years. I've been kind of like developing some skills in an compared to that early stuff. That was putting. I think the new stuff is a lot better and Yeah so something. A little bit different something. A little new white robe nation is actually. We're just a two piece. Internet based band Me being in canada and my bandmate andrew from fire from heaven. He's he lives in nebraska. Think and we've we've literally talked like this once or twice and other than that. It's just been facebook messages to write four songs that we put out so far and that we work together. I programmed the drums for that project. Hill then right guitar and bass send that stuff back will kind of get around until it's a good song and then i'll do vocals and we'll put it out refiner. I wanted to go a little bit differently with the lyrics white rogue nations. Very straight up. Hey where christian band I feel like a lot of lyrics. I tend to write to christians like hey we should smarten up this way or or something like that. Like it's it's all looking back. It's very directed towards christians and just like struggles. we have with faith and then refiner. I wanted to be a little bit more vague. A little bit more interesting for unbelievers and use. It has more of an outreach than anything else. So let's go ahead and listen to a little bit of your track. The clock and vale from your project bad.

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"rock" Discussed on Wyrd Ways Rock Show

Wyrd Ways Rock Show

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"rock" Discussed on Wyrd Ways Rock Show

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"rock" Discussed on Wyrd Ways Rock Show

Wyrd Ways Rock Show

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"rock" Discussed on Wyrd Ways Rock Show

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Wyrd Ways Rock Show

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"rock" Discussed on Wyrd Ways Rock Show

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Wyrd Ways Rock Show

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"rock" Discussed on Wyrd Ways Rock Show

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"rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"But he wasn't rock at all. Not not. No, nothing. No. So just like, you know, just enough with that. But so this is where this is why I think the whole thing stupid like because we have to have this discussion. If there was what they should just do is just have them. Use have the museum. There have different rotating things, you know, we're celebrating music this this month, and they do maybe they do thing where celebrating the influence of hip hop, and they do a thing on and they just do it. And it comes and goes, and it goes back to a room, and they bring out whatever they do sort of do that. And that should be this. Whole ceremony thing is just first of all they don't even have the funk in ceremony it rock and Roll Hall of fame, New York City in Brooklyn. I mean. Completely disingenuous and how do we pick? Like, I said, I just don't think. It's right. I personally think that things like rock Roll Hall of fame bullshit American idol American idol, the as I think that that fucking shit is ruining music because you shouldn't have to compete like locate Keith your band. Ritual band, you black laurel? I mean, how do you? Like, how would you? How do you judge like? That you know, is this better than that is banned. Good. I don't doesn't even fucking compute in my brain. How does shed it's confusing Letterman. Letterman. They get clear though. The what's what's their rules shit? They're doing I don't know these people that are voting for this kind of stuff Abe and musicians that that you know, I couldn't even name one personal these phony south. There can make the final cuts on these. I mean, I don't know who these people are. But. Got some wonder what the hunter thanking? But well, I mean, you thinking that an thinking that lily thinking that and but that's because we just like what we like. And my that's my point. Is there an objective way to judge music? And should we even judge it? I mean, you know, what modernism is. I mean, that's where you know, classical composers in the in the twentieth century throughout everything they throughout cords throughout the scale. And would you know make noises with you know, all kinds of stuff, and you know, people would go to a con-, you know, Heinz hall. You know, like they were listened symphony. That's deep if that's your thing. And you like it that's cool. So if there are no rules, how can you have any of this? I have the eligibility right here. Okay. Here we go back and this is coming straight from the rock and Roll Hall of fame dot com. Artists eligibility, a group encompassing of group encompassing performers composers, Andrew musicians becoming eligible for induction twenty five years after the release of their first commercial recording. Besides demonstrating unquestionable musical. Excellent. And talent inductees will have to have a significant impact on the development evolution and preservation of rock and roll. Of rock and roll not wrong and role of rock and roll. That's the eligibility to get all according to rock and roll. I know kief you mentioned BC, boys. I grew to be St. boys because there were they was rocking roles. They were hip hop as everything else. They want us cross. But but LL cool J. Janet Jackson are not can't make the exception for people. That's the exception on my making exception to me the point is like I said, the beastie boys are in there. They deserve to be there. But like I said, they'd probably be people out there saying the same thing. Well, the people are wise all day with an app to be putting public enemy. You know, all this other stuff. They're very hard edge har- hell of a lot more heart frigging, halo. Jay. I mean, so, but it's just at the end of the day rock and roll ages pay that a Ron Brown. And also I wanted to read this part ballots are then sent to more than one thousand historians. Members of the music industry and artists, including every living rock hall inductee and the five performance receiving the most votes become that year's induction class beginning in twenty twelve fans were given the chance to vote. For the nominees. They'd like to see inducted into the rock hall. The top five voters of the top five vote getters in the public poll from one ballot which is waded the same as the rest of the submitted ballots. So so this..

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