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"rod kennedy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"rod kennedy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"rod kennedy" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"rod kennedy" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Life streaming. Then we have studio world and then you have the third win. Figured out. You know, we're gonna have ahh We're working on it. It's going to be a legally oriented one. We'll have some attorneys on the panel talking about copy writing. And you know this is something that a lot of musicians are. It's way over their head, and they could get into a lot of trouble. Not striking the right kind of contracts with things like recording. Okay, uh, you know, video you think like that, But we're gonna have a panel of attorney I'm going to give advice to musicians about how to handle yourself and say a lot of heartache and money and let me guess the interviewer will be one member of the Music commission. Who does these classes a lot. Maybe Jose Ponce. Well, we actually have two attorneys on the foundation wear very storm and in an albatross, Tio We have another one and but we're going to have other attorneys involved, including one from L. A Who's really in the thick of it just to get perspective. More information out in the next week or so, and it will be all right. Is there. Is there an opportunity for people do good to give input into into the foundation. Absolutely. We encourage that and when people request Their link for this thing. They are more than welcome to suggest topics. Just question participants. This is Yeah, because our long term view on this, Richard is that one? Uh, the world allows us to do this. We want to move this into alive. Then you And invite people to come and sort of have a musician hang where we can not only have educational sessions, but give them a chance to network, you know, look for bass players, or, you know whoever they may be. Be looking forward to fill out. The lineup in their band or combo, or whatever. So we've got a long term view to make this A monthly gathering place for musicians and music people, which was the intention of music Commission in the first place, which was to combine music connect music musicians with film and business and events. And all of that, right? And promote music and musicians. You absolutely will. The commission was founded. In 2005 Tio To support the music community to promote And preserve our musical culture in New Mexico, which is really significant. So everything that we've done has been without in mind. Platinum Music Awards really were all about that recognizing great musical accomplishment in New Mexico. And ah So we're we're kind of We had this amazing culture here is, you know so well that goes deep and far back. And for the For the density of a place like New Mexico. We have an incredible amount of musical talent. And here we are. Here are here We are sitting talking about it, David when we could be having music on the hill and Veronica and his new Mexico Jazz festival and the bandstand in all of that, But, you know, unfortunately, we're you know. Prohibited from doing any of those things horrible. It's heartbreaking, heartbreaking and and all the people on our foundation were just chomping at the bit. You know, both here in Santa Fan and in Albuquerque, I mentioned Rod earlier, Rod Kennedy kind of heads up our foundation. There. He's a guitar player himself and a former judge on DH, very powerful figure there, so he plays a big role with us in developing these things and You know, we just like to see All of New Mexico has the benefit. Of this culture that's been evolving for many hundreds of years. And so we'll do our small part and try to keep the musicians The best of our ability, active and informed. So here's 11 small way again. As we say a lot, David, that this pandemic thing has is going to change how we do things in all different facets of our lives and sometimes for the positive, you know, were forced to look at things and things that maybe we would have gotten to eventually. But now we're looking at Well, how the hell do we Livestream? How do you know How do we had robust wife item or venues so more people can use those venues to livestream, their music or their art. That's one possible outcome of all of this Once again, it is the New Mexico Music Commission Foundation, David Schwartz..

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"rod kennedy" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"rod kennedy" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Let's mom. Scan. Is it? Now. This. So I think the first thing you have to do is explain to people who in the first time you had a mad dog Margarita and just one one. What is? I I don't think I ever had a mad dog Margaritas. Never Margarita guy when I drank too key Keila pretty much trying to what it does. I bought lots of girls Margaritas, but I never drank on myself and the mad dog one is is like a or something, right? It's not it's thing thing at the parlor bar. The chili that Texas chili parlor happens to be in the same building right next door to what was was originally. Rod Kennedy's checkered flag, which was the folk club in Austin in the sixties the guy that founded the Curva folk festivals club. And then that became castle creek, and sort of a high of the cosmic Kabbay thing in the seventies. I spent my twenty first birthday playing bass for guy Clark castle creek the last night of six nightstand. When old number one came out, and the chili parlor was always the guy when the first places guy went when he went when it got all did you ever become his bass player, you news music? I soon be twenty. No, I knew about guy because I I left Santoni. Oh, when she Houston, and you know, Jerry Jeff Walker had recorded LA freeway that all-time Phelan and then eventually desperados waiting for trying. And but even before that when I got on my own I went to Houston..

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"rod kennedy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"rod kennedy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Light rain today. A high of forty five tonight light rain early possibly mixing with light snow late a low of thirty two and tomorrow, light rain snow mix early then turning mostly cloudy. Blustery a high of thirty six right now O'Hare forty five midway Forty-six to count forty two along the lakefront forty six. I'm Kim Gordon and the WGN radio newsroom, and these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. Thanks very much. Kim, Gordon Steve Bertrand here, it is the wintrust business lunch on seven twenty WGN. We're sponsored by wintrust Chicago's Bank. Dennis Rodman is in studio writes about real estate for Crain's Chicago business and joins us from time to time dentist. Welcome back by Steve. Okay. So the theme of the show sort of today has been when do the end days come. Well, I'm your man real estate man, as you know, I'm waiting to write some positive stories. We're talking with adobe earlier it's been a good shopping seasons. Particularly online, Andrew challenger was here to talk about how more employers at this point are playing the higher next year than they were last year at this point very positive and yet we're so worried about this downturn coming inhabitable. And so here you come with the Pepi news that once again home sales in November in the area. We're in the toilet in the toilet. Yeah. In Chicago in the city of Chicago down more than eight percent from a year earlier in the larger region, the nine county region only down about three percent, but that eight percent, plus well, it all sort of adds up to so far this year. The region is down three percent from a year before sales are down from year before prices are up there, not up dramatically. That's something you, and I keep talking about is that prices are rising much faster and other vacations, and that's. Not bad. If you're a buyer. It is difficult if you're a seller, but the lack of home sales are the slowdown in home sales is really starting to add up. And you know, we have this conversation every month. Yeah, we do. But the reason that the home sales are slow here is because there's not a lot on the market. Well, that's one of them reasons. They're not a lot of homes on the market is because a lot of us are still underwater on homes a lot of people are still underwater. But another there are several other reasons that will not a lot of houses are selling. We have as you know, we have now five years of population losses. So demand is sort of this week. Yeah. Yeah. Sort of demand is leaking out of our market and another is it appears that people are quite concerned, especially those in income ranges, where they're very sensitive to interest rates to how much how far will my dollar go. If I'm wealthy. I just want the most fabulous place, I can get but people who are middle class and lower who need to really maximize that dollar have been concerned as interest rates have been rising. And you know, we've talked about that too. Because for me every time I've had to make a purchase or plan to make a purchase it was because of where I was in my life, right? It was time to do it at the interest rates didn't have an impact on me. My first condo. I think was maybe eleven percent. You know, was it really. I believe. So if I remember I might be wrong. But I that's my recollection my point being that I then bought the home I could afford because it was time to buy it. I didn't stay out of the market. And yet you're saying these these interest rates, even though they're historically pretty low are keeping people out of the market. Well, a couple of reasons first of all there is more of a rental culture in big cities. Now, we're sitting we're sitting in a studio where we can see a lot of new rentals and those are expensive, but there's also single family rental in the suburbs at less than you can pay on a mortgage that sort of thing. So there's pressured or not pressure the availability of rentals. And they're also still is this mindset that I saw my parents my brother, my older siblings. Whoever it is get shafted. By the downturn of ten eleven and twelve years ago. And so I want to be really hesitant about what I buy. It's funny. How it's changed because it used to be you know, why rent when you can own build up your equity. That was the mantra why why kiss that money way every month? Well, I think the lack of performance, you know, I put on Twitter all the time homes that have sold for less than twelve fifteen years ago. And so what you're seeing is people losing money on real estate. And so that idea that you would buy hold it would rise. And that would essentially be your escalator to the next bigger house you needed when your life changed that's not necessarily happening. Not that it isn't happening, but it is an automatic anymore in our market. And so I think a lot of people say, well, then I don't know where I'm going to be in five years. So I'd better not by you wrote this week about the number of home builders seems to be a new trend. Yeah. Were there away guaranteeing a mortgage rate? Yeah. Interest rate explain that for me. Well, a lot of these are products, the homes that are being sold to people who again are interest rate sensitive, and and so it's a funny thing you mentioned buying at around eleven percent. And of course in the late seventies early eighties interest rates were up in the seventeen and eighteen percent range. But if I'm a thirty thirty five year old buyer, all my adult years since I learned that there are interest. Rates involved in buying a house. Right. They've been six percent or less. They've they've most of that time been under five percent. So the idea that suddenly interest rates are coming up near five percent when they've been in the threes and fours that's looms dangerous to me, even though again, my parents, my grandparents whoever it was might have been buying at an eighteen percent interest rate. It looked scary. It's more of a it's just sort of a mental barrier. And people start to think. Well, maybe I don't wanna do that. I don't know what will happen next year. We'll they come back down. How do these home builders then guarantee interest rate, it must be working with the banks? And are they paying the interest or both wintrust and guaranteed rate too? Big lenders based in Chicago have programs. They're offering to builders where you can the builder can offer this is so primarily these offers are on new construction for a couple of reasons I might have taken out a rate lock that lasted say sixty ninety days just because my property may not be finished. I don't know what I'll get mine sold at cetera. Now, there's one that lasts a full year. So that I might buy a townhouse that isn't even up out of the ground. Yet doesn't even have a foundation I'll buy I'll get a rate lock now. And then when I move in as much as a year from now when it's built I will have that same rate that was offered to me today a year earlier. So it's the banks offering dot the builders and the builders put out the building. Offering it through their Bank. Right. But they're not putting any skin in the game. Then there it's just the banks offering the loan. Guarantee. Right. Okay. And is that it had much of an impact. Or is it a relatively new thing? Nobody I spoke to most of these programs have started the other one is a by down of your interest rate that was a rate cap. There's also a by down where you're offered as much as a point a percentage point less than the prevailing rate on mortgages. Most of these have started in the timeframe since sort of November when interest rates really were rising fast, though, they've receded a little so none of the builders. I spoke to said oh and this brought right buyers damp eating in, but they hope that it will. That's Dennis rod Kennedy writes about real estate for Crain's Chicago business, and well, he's gonna talk granny flats that sounds like a piece of apparel. It's not. No, it's not gonna take a break and come back with granny flats. But first NS it's my favorite part of the show. Start the timer because here's the wintrust business at sharing and examining Chicago business. News of the day GE has been in the news a lot lately for negative reasons. But here's a good one. There's Chicago-based healthcare unit as filed confidentially for an IPO as a clawback from a very very rough year at the beginning of the year. Their stock was comfortably around nineteen dollars a share and now it's trading at a low of seven and a half dollars per share. And of course, I mentioned that they filed a lawsuit against Chicago company uptake for poaching executives. So there's a lot of their plate right now. But back to the IPO their healthcare unit is their second most profitable line of business. So they're hoping things continue to move forward. Public. Filing is expected next spring. And in case, you're not busy next Tuesday, though, say on Christmas.

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"rod kennedy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"rod kennedy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It Nigel kills ninety three. My name is Nigel rod Kennedy. Watch. I was stunned today with I don't know why I'm always so surprised with these Trump press conferences. Just couldn't get any more heated getting more contentious. We've we played a ton of a Kosta audio Donald Trump. I mean, people were just like just stunned at this this press conference today. Donald Trump started talking about how the, you know, very humble very complimentary things towards Nancy Pelosi today. His opening statement before you started taking questions it went off the rails with Jim Acosta. And then other reporters started getting into it with them, and this one this report, I forget how to set this up. But this listen to what he says about oh, this reporter starts asking about some of the people that are retiring from the cabinet, and this is before we found out about Jeff Sessions. Which by the way, we don't know edgy sessions has quote, unquote resigned. Somebody's asking Trump about all the people that are leaving. All the senators that are retiring this year. Okay. Regarding. In the house regarding all the retirements in the House, Mr President Rene quickly you use the justices retiring. Retirements that happened in the house made it very Jeremy that made it very. In this election cycle, and that it was because they were chairman chairmanships that were vacated, but Jeff flake wasn't a chairman of a committee and Paul Ryan also retired. It's like also why do you think that is who's fault is it that the flex Gatien's me appearance? I'm very proud of it. I did the country a great service. Give him. Him. He's retired. I'd like to call it another word, but we're going to treat him with great respect. Thank you, Mr President. That's another beauty. I retired Jeff flake. I'd like to call him another word. Can you go back to the bar? He said I retired Jeff flake they're kind of kind of towards the beginning. Also, why do you think that is who's fault is it? Gatien's me appearance. I retired him. Very proud of it. I did the catchy. A great service. Go ahead. Give him. He is retired. I'd like to call it another word, but we're going to treat him with great respect. Of course. He's he's talking about.

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"rod kennedy" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"rod kennedy" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Bestseller two four nine seven seven six. President Trump says you and bastard, Nikki Haley will be leaving his administration at the end of the year sitting side by side in the Oval Office. The president and ambassador announced that Hailey will be leaving the administration you've been fantastic. On behalf of the country. I want to thank you. It has been an honorable lifetime. The forty six year old Haley has no immediate plans, but says it's important to know when it's time to step aside. She also says she won't be running for president in twenty twenty because she'll be campaigning for Donald Trump. Greg Clugston, the White House runner who was struck by a deer during a half marathon in New Jersey still Maddox across the finish line. Cristina? Sanchez tells the Asbury park press that she was on mile ten of the jersey shore half marathon at sandy hook when a large. Buck took her out. Sanchez says the deer came dashing out of the woods and struck her in a blur of Brown and white fir she ended up finishing the race. This is townhall dot com. Israel has held an American graduate student at its international airport for a whole week Israelis accusing twenty two year old custom of supporting Palestinian lead could movement against the Jewish state of is an American citizen with Palestinian grandparents she landed at Ben Gurion airport last Tuesday with a valid student visa, but she was barred from entering the country and ordered deported based on suspicions that she supports. A boycott campaign called B D S surgically reporting a family members identified to Alaska whale hunters who died after their boat capsized as they towed away. All rod Kennedy era. A whaling crew member died in the Sunday accident the other man was willing captain and Roxie or Yagi junior. Both men lived in Garvey, people still had to cut up the whalemeat. What it was towed to town despite their grief, the Arctic. Saturday's paper reported the accident occurred with the boat flipped in rough water. More of these stories at townhall dot com. Patrick fos. Hey, guys. It's Jen from the J V show. Do you get enough.

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