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"roger taylor" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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I walk taller because of you because I found everything to live for. That's dedication, visit fatherhood dot gov to hear more, brought to you by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the ad council. Three decades of memories cases feel comfortable def Leppard. Hi, this is Roger Taylor Queen. Hello. Phil Collins there. This is classic hits. Listen got FM. I've got to take a little time a little time to think things over. A better read between the lines in case I needed when I hold up. This mountain I must close it feels like a world apart. Through the clouds I see the chance it keeps me warm as life goes cold. In my life there's been heartache and pain I don't know if I can face it can't stop I'm traveling so far to change love. I wanna know what love is. I want you to show me. I wanna feel love. Another can show me. I'm gonna take a little time a little time to look around. How God knows. 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Just to see how I want to see her just over. To see her just a touch talk to me I would do it. I would go anywhere there's nothing I wouldn't do just to see her again I'm trying to find everything. We feel so much and everywhere and I could have a bad mistake I've got to see her again. Make me feel so good baby don't you see her again. I don't want to do anything I don't do. This this is classic. This is classic kids that listen to them. Listen FM. How can I ever change things that I feel. If I could be happy. It's happening. From me. You can go you're coming. Under there. Tell me why everything is happening. Checking up so you want to. Get some good things I give you now. Open now everything's crazy for you. Don't go away. You can call it I know you don't do that. You don't just go away don't go away. You can call it don't be dead. You keep going. Decision it's going round people taking out the girls come to town and baby pretty as can be no one turns into mystery I can't see her maybe once or twice the one thing I can say who she's very nice she's a lady but I really want to know somehow I'm dancing in my feelings show she's just excited she's too excited to meet she's excited she's so invited to meet her I've been thinking I'm about to wear you on baby I like waiting to get something I really can't find heaven to me by my mind fresh and lovely I could dream come through I'll give it a thing to spend the night with you feel it and I can stop it baby take me away. Expanding she's suicidal to me yeah she's excited so inviting to me. British and the summers to take you back home. She makes so much in me I'll do whatever to make my baby oh yeah. She's fresh summer we just finished. Keeping somebody. Else you want to think about. And understand she's so in my mind and I will see you in time. And I'll talk to you later this afternoon. Just a moment. From the 60s and 70s and 80s listened on FM. You guys you got you good to be here. I need you. Nobody needs my sister. Are you okay? Well he's close girls are hit by really dig those styles they wear and the southern girls with the way they talk they knock me out when I'm down there the Midwest farm is daughters really make you feel all right and the northern girls with the way they kiss they keep their boyfriend at night I wish they all could be the one you wish they all could yes I wish they all could be better for you. The ways can shine in the girls it's a ten I dig a bridge I want to drink in the sand I've been around this break this world and I see all kinds of girls yeah but I'm going to get back in the day back to the cutest girls in the world I wish they all could understand all the things I wish they all could be kind of on your good. Wishes yeah. Yeah. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. This is classic hits and listen got FM.
"roger taylor" Discussed on KOMO
"NBC entertainment news. Go ahead, make it worse. Before it's of the death of Tony Dow, best known for his signature role as Wally cleaver in the TV sitcom classic leave it to beaver appear to be inaccurate. In an interview with kabc in Los Angeles, Dow's wife says the 77 year old actor is in hospice, still alive. Multiple outlets reported his passing earlier Tuesday, the Facebook post by his management team that announced his death has been taken down. That was recently diagnosed with cancer. Kendrick Lamar, Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow leading the pack with 7 nominations each for the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, Lamar's upper best hip hop video for N95, Doja Cat and Harry Styles getting 6 nominations each, Madonna's got a nod to for madam X and the VMAs happen August 28th. And Roger Taylor, drummer for Queen 73 Tuesday. Matt wolf ABC News. Northwest news radio traffic from the dubin law group traffic center. The roads aren't looking too bad out there, a lot of that Seattle traffic for the ball game at T mobile park tonight has died down. 405 is looking good to your drive from bovie to bottle and four or 5 north, there's no delays it'll take you ten minutes was found 5 20 in Seattle, the east Roanoke off ramp will close down for roadwork tonight starting at 9 p.m. and I 5 south in Federal Way road work at three 75th and exit one 36 has four of the 5 lanes closed until 6 a.m. tomorrow morning. Our next north traffic at 8 34. The northwest news radio forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center. I'm Ryan Harris, good evening. You'll likely have to tough out the high temps through Saturday now with high set to fall out of the 90s starting Sunday as the
Trivia With Budds
"roger taylor" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Deirdre roper. All right, those are all your pop bands, groups, and pop, you know, I would just say popular, which I guess is what that stands for anyway. But some of these are not banned, some of them are hip hop groups, et cetera, so just kind of keep that in mind. We're going to jump into the answers here with some fun facts from Robert Casey right after this. We are back with the answers to our quiz on pop groups pop bands and very popular musicians from throughout the ages. We gave you the different members you had to name the band. Number one, nice, easy one, John Paul George Ringo that was The Beatles. The Beatles. Number two, Agnetha Bjorn Benny and Anna fried is ABBA. Everybody's parents favorite band. ABBA, any freed later had a brief solo career as freed up, her official name and title is princess Annie freed Rus dogger or dowager countess of plowing. So she has a very long title. Member of ABBA. Number two. Number three, Eddie Alex David Lee and Michael is Van Halen. From Pasadena, California Eddie's son Wolfgang later replaced Michael Anthony on bass when he was just 16. Number four, Joey D D Johnny and Tommy, the original lineup of the Ramones, their name was inspired by sir Paul McCartney using the pseudonym Paul Ramon when checking into hotels. Number 5 Joseph Simmons, Daryl McDaniels and Jason maisel that's run DMC, Joseph Simmons, was known as run, reverend run, or DJ run, Daryl McDaniels was known as DMC and Jason mazel was known as jam master Jay. Number 6, Charlotte Cathy, Charlotte Cathy, Belinda Carlisle, Gina shock Kathy Valentine and Jane wein that was The Go-Go's. They are widely considered to be the most successful all female rock band ever. Number 7, John Deacon, Brian May, Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, that's queen. 2007, Brian May received a PhD in astrophysics after putting his research on hold for 33 years to be a rockstar. Number 8, Getty Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil peart, rush from Canada. Number 8 rush. Number 9, Jonathan Cain, Steve Perry Neal, Neil Sean, shown. Steve Smith and Ross valori Valerie line up from the peak of their popularity in the 80s journey. That's journey. Number ten Mark Evans Phil Rudd Bon Scott Angus young Malcolm young, the original lineup of AC/DC. Their song, it's a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll is the only rock song that is rock enough to have a bagpipe solo. It was remade by pat Boone for an album he did of hard rock classics. And the bonus question Cheryl James Sandra Denton and deirdre roper, salt and Peppa, Cheryl assault, Sandra is Peppa and deirdre is the DJ known as spinderella. Although they have done some commercials in recent years, no one in hospital marketing has yet made the obvious and awesome connection that push it should be the unofficial theme song of delivery rooms everywhere. And those are some fun facts and answers from Robert Casey. Thank you Robert for the amazing quiz today. If you ever want to send me a quiz just like Robert, I'll use it on the show. Always looking for content. And just email me, Ryan buds at Gmail dot com. Your fun fact for today is that houseflies find sugar with their feet, which are 10 million times more sensitive than human tongues. If you didn't know that, now you know. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. Thanks for supporting the show on Patreon at Patreon dot com slash trivia with buds, and we'll see you next time for more trivia with this guy. Cheers, trees. Did I say.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"roger taylor" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"An idiot. Oh, what a loser. Yeah, I don't understand. I'm going to get into it with Tim kirkton. I don't understand the equation that's being played out on the owner's side that this makes any sense, Major League Baseball canceling the first two regular season series after the player association turned down their offer. They really didn't move that much at all from the discussions that were taking place on Monday. Rob Manfred was asking a great question by a reporter on Tuesday after this announcement came about why real bargaining didn't begin until three months after the lockout started. Listen to his answer. Hey, rob, understanding that deadlines create urgency you locked out the players to jump start the negotiations. It feels like real bargaining went on just in the last 24 to 36 hours. I'm sure people are wondering why not over the last three months or even longer to get to a point where you're not necessarily canceling games because there's some momentum here. Yeah, I think the best answer to that question is the last ten days. We've been here ready to bargain full committees, owners, players, for ten days, and it got going two days before the deadline. That's the best explanation I can give you. Yeah, that would question was asked by Jesse Rogers Taylor. I didn't hear an answer in the response from rob, did you? It's almost like he's a master obfuscator and it's his job to deflect and take bullets and well done, rob. He did a great job out there. You earn your paycheck. Ken davidoff is leaving the New York Post. He's retiring from covering baseball. He had this exchange as he posed a question to Manfred. Thank you. You've been so kind. It's hard to see you go. Thank you. Really going to miss you. Don't use mutual. Yeah, like that right there. I don't get like rob, who cares what any writer writes about. But that's the exchange on the day when games are canceled. It doesn't make any sense to me. After rob spoke, Andrew Miller, Max Scherzer talked about how long players are willing to not play. Are there discussions about how long guys are prepared to prepare? We're prepared. We've seen this coming in a sense. It's unfortunate, but this isn't new to us. This is not shocking. It's, again, unfortunate, but our communication are willingness to see each other's point of views and to find solutions in a fight for what's right is nothing like I've seen before. I can tell you that. Right, and this has been making in the years. Of seeing things that have happened over the course, specifically of this last CBA, things that have happened to different players that has made us outraged in certain situations that we absolutely have to have corrections and that's why we feel necessary to be able to continue this fight. Here's you and later Tony Clark. Players want to play. We all know that. But the reason we're not playing is simple. A lockout is the ultimate economic weapon. Let me repeat that. A lockout is the ultimate economic weapon. In a $10 billion industry, the owners have made a conscious decision to use this weapon against the greatest asset they have. The players. But the group won't be intimidated. I've seen more unity over the last few years than at any time in our recent history. All right, Taylor, what do you got? All right, buster. Well, I talked about bald man on campus yesterday. I wanted to highlight specifically the episode we recorded after we wrapped up here on baseball tonight. It makes the chef ski's last home game at Cameron indoor stadium this Saturday college game day is gonna be there and my guy J Bill has had some great thoughts and insight on the winding down of his career, the actual specifics.
"roger taylor" Discussed on WBUR
"In December 2010 a young fruit seller called Muhammad wazi set himself a light outside a government office in a small town in southern Tunisia after local officials seized his cart and produce This one event would trigger a wave of popular anger that spread across Tunisia and then the wider Middle East Are there any podcasts that you picked up on this year Either from us or just in the wider world that you really got into The documentaries have made the forum for instance I really like the news all the different news of several different news rolling news programs all very different in a NewsHour and so forth I have a different way of approaching it The presenters become very familiar you know and this is very important The person presenting it OS for instance Lula mcgovern and her colleagues I recently listened to a very moving one oasis outside sources and I listened to a moving one about these two young women who had long COVID and they were able to finish off their education There's the university education because of the serious consequences And they should have been they were thwarted in their young dreams and one of them was about to go into the music industry So I picked up on that and actually emailed the OS team and said who is this person put me in touch maybe I can be of assistance And I've been communicated at Emily Mae her name is and it was just that was like a moving thing that I heard Emily what is a normal day look like for you Most days I kind of stay in my bed stay in my house I go to university once a week I've started going to an acupuncture appointment once a week and I do my online classes off of recordings of last year's because I just can't go to class at the moment because I sit there and it takes so much energy and concentration that I almost feel drunk almost by the end of it and to find it really hard to speak to anyone I'm kind of bedridden the next day if I do a full day of classes So what do you study I'm doing music business What would you like to do with that degree I would love to go work at a record label I'm supposed to be doing a lot of internships and things like that in my final year but I just you know I don't have the energy to be in an industry that competitive at the moment if I don't get better really Well look it was a very exciting moment for us because we spotted your comment I think on Facebook on the OS post I'm looking at it now actually So yeah you said you'd heard a program about long COVID You heard Emily speaking and she'd been thwarted in her determination to be in the music business and wondered whether you could be of any assistance which was just really lovely for us to see that rondo's social accounts and to see that there's really nice engagement going on It's not all people shouting at each other over misinformation disinformation We're intrigued to know obviously we have been hooked up with Emily What happened next I wrote a long email but I made it very much in support and said I did understand I understood about chronic fatigue It's different to what she has but it's similar symptoms and I did unfortunately have it in the mid 90s when I overworked on something 93 I gave it two years I said that Look here's the voice of somebody that says I get what you're saying But don't expect you to reply because I know even writing an email is probably hard I get that And in fact it took a week and then she sent me an email and it was very very sweet And she said I'm not able to pursue the music business side of the things I presumably taking me out of my office Could I be a resistance And I just replied to the her against a totally understand I just hope that in 6 months or a year that I hear somehow that you're doing great and you're back on your feet It's about understanding and support You know you're right about what you say about the general discourse after programs of course look at outlook I mean look at the responses that come in when Elizabeth outlet broadcast You know there aren't many places where there's a really good general engagement I mean The Guardian newspaper is terrific for its comments It can be very funny The New York Times you know you get a very high quality of discourse and the other one is a bit once again the BBC I mean you're absolutely right We can't you know we can't go wrong with that program The stories are so unbelievable They are incredible I mean there's another thing about it as well There's these kind of audio cues for the day So if you travel a lot you need cues to get your body clock your diurnal rhythms or whatever it's called the name for it And you know light is great dietary times that social interaction and radio voices So there will be a certain person as always on the radio at a certain time Make a point of turning it on just to get that audio cue to help me set my clock Well we should start promoting the World Service as a kind of easy access to resetting your circadian rhythms then shouldn't we It's a thing You know what I know that's not a bad idea But let's talk about when you actually edited one of our programs It was back in 2012 when the World Service was 80 and it's called the strand Yes It was a program where I had to invite performers on and be kind of a host with an added little in ear thing in the studio with a voice coming to me which I loved I love that And we had these nipples severe sniper who are you personally the late rear sniper to come we had a new Cassandra I did a little turn with Roger Taylor.
DSC On Demand
"roger taylor" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Seven one five sarah. We'll say hi you do that. You give them a choice or do you assign them a player now. First-come-first-served gets to pick. Yeah so. I don't believe anybody should be allowed to have emily unless they ask for her by her proper name. Which is okay and chris boyer. Hello and the chainsaw and strong contender today is going to be nobody on this rock and roll three and if you are a winner today if you pick the right champion today we're going to give tickets to see the black crowes come on just a couple of weeks here. August eighteenth north island credit union amphitheater Starting on sunday august. I you can get twenty dollars all in tickets to see your favorite artists. We were just talking about this End last week that live is bringing looked like dozens of concerts to town like dozens meeting like four or five dozen concerts. That are twenty bucks. Meeting twenty bucks is the total price. Everything done all in twenty bucks. Go to livenation dot com to get your tickets for all these great shows. This one's going to be the black pros. August eighteenth and i will give you those tickets. If you choose the right champion here today houses rock and roll threesome work. Well we select someone who's having a birthday this week and today it is Is it the we would we choose. Is it the bass player from queen star net. Is that what he does. I don't know what he actually does. I did send his name. His name is not bryan. Know it's rather taylor is he. Roger taylor's guitars. Yeah no look now. He's the drummer. Roger taylor drummer right. Roger taylor is the drummer i think he is. Can you confirm that for me. You do me a quickie on roger taylor. i believe. He's the drummer for quaint. Who's having a birthday this week. And so what are we gonna do. We're going to play a clip. That has three queen songs in it if there were boy. Yeah i like this guy and you at the name all three of these queen songs sadly we play them all three simultaneously. Why i don't know it's a terrible idea. We identified it from the beginning. And we continue to do this off. It's.
Audio Upload 3
"roger taylor" Discussed on Audio Upload 3
"Black panther. Maybe african hero. But his story and his appeal are universal. I know this personally because of all the people who constantly come up to me and say what kinda forever everywhere in the world. My african friends alike wauconda forever in france. I've had people say little on the down forever. No even backstage mel gibson came up to me like well kanda forever. He said the word after that but the will conduct part was nice growing up as a young boy. In what kinda. I would see a child of flying over village and he would remind me of a great casa phrase. I've been abayas bundy on orca. Which means in times like these. We are stronger when we fight together then when we tried to fights apart best picture nominee dot com all right so you know the gag right. No oh i don't know. I don't know the guy so that little costa phrase said at the end Actually translated to whites won't know i'm lying brealey. Yeah oh how nice of him. yeah. And i'm sure. Mel gibson also sent him some cupcakes. This morning teas well. I just don't see the relevance the ratings weren't too bad actually no they went up which means your host suck that part i think host do suck i mean ever since carson was okay as a host and that was about it Let's see so so. We had all the anger over green book. It was the spike lee. Who got all pissed off. Which is if you've ever lived in new york. Hello it's spike lee. that's what he does. cutting you should. Mention is at the beginning when they started over the. I thought it was awful. I didn't think the show got off to a good start. With the with the i i liked the way they presented this song From from queen with adam lambert who thinks yeah the league ending singer. He did the the musical. I think he's good so at the beginning they started off but i thought it was off putting because they did so many shots of the audience and you saw these middle aged farts jerk in iran and clap their arms back and forth and doing the boogie in the middle in the audience. I just look at these people. Because they're all the first. Few rows are the most rich isolated celebrities in the world and the way they're jerking around like they're part of scene you know like they're like during a a beatnik club in the fifty who knows what i think. I think you've hit on it. I think you've hit on sink. It is it. Just grossed me out you know. We're at a tipping point. Where right at the edge is not going to be too many. That's why i watch the memoriam segment. I mean look at. Brian may and roger taylor from queen. I know roger taylor. I know i know brian. May these guys looked at one thing. One foot in the grave you know with the with the really white white grey hair and then the audience has the same. These old people gotta go. Just i think new hollywood is just waiting for these people to croak move on move on. I read a new complaint about bohemian rhapsody. Bad by the way a lot of people are wondering why it got best editing. Because i thought it was kind of messy movie myself. But then i thought about is like oh yeah. This is the one that bryan singer directed. You know seventy percent of and then they had bringing somebody else got kicked off for being a creep and being creep in the past than just being a creep and so some poor editor who won the the oscar had to stitch all that stuff together. So i think that was kind of an inside. Hollywood deal saying call man. You really deserve this even though it wasn't the best editing in my opinion of course i'm not a member of the academy but the big problem was in the movie. Will you would just stop you there. This is also an a note of encouragement because this sort of thing can happen at any time and they have to bring in a pro to stitch things up. Yeah and this is saying hey. We will give you an award if you do this. Oh good point because coming in the store if you come in and save the day save save. Save the purse. Yeah well all of this This i think bahamian rhapsody got the most awards i think and I thought i don't think like one extra. Could make up awards and those things but the the community is up in arms about the bohemian rhapsody. Movie because it does not correctly depict freddie mercury as being bisexual and the goal of doing that in the awards week which fell on the same week as bisexual awareness. Week awareness. week is a lot. There's a lot of people in his media. Keeps you gotta keep looking back behind you. All the time bisexual awareness yet to be worried about bisexual jumping. Yeah there's a lot. There's a lot of people in the community. Coup feel that bisexuality is not a thing that you don't really belong in the lgbtq the l. a. k. Yeah that's ex- it's exactly what just an opportunist the exactly. You can't have it both ways. Yeah opportunistic precisely opportunism week. So yeah you know. Let's kind of over now. I guess i was talking about the oscars anymore is done. We just out of politeness because we said we correct correct. Okay did you get anything from cohen. Because i can watch and really okay goal short good. I knew you would just a couple of little deals. Here near nashville. Really explain the splaine. 'cause i did learn a few things we set it up. This is michael cohen. E was the president's personal lawyer. Tea is the one that Would he's fixtures we'd take care staff and he paid off stormy daniels and the mcdougal woman And interestingly now they really looked at it and listen to him and looked at some analysis he's been convicted of five counts of tax fraud. That's his that's the end bank fraud. That's his main crime but he out of the goodness of his heart. He confessed to the crime of campaign finance violations. Which is interesting. He did that because no one ever goes to jail. For campaign finance violations would typically happens. Is you get a fine. And you have to return the money that's happening with every president every reverie election. That's happened yes. It obama did that but it turns out if you listen to the napolitano types in these right wingers. The he's for his violation wasn't illegal. It wasn't exactly that's my point. He didn't have to commit to that. He didn't have to do that but he is obvious what he did. He did it to make make trump look bad and and rule thirty five of near the southern district of new york or whatever if he cooperates which he said. many times. I'm here cooperating. But that that really was it was really telling where he didn't he did. There was no crime. He didn't have to confess to anything. He wasn't being charged with it. I admit to it. I'm done here. I am locked me up. And now he kind of comes across all. I'm going to jail for for being associated with the president's crimes but it's really not his jail. Time is for a bank fraud and tax evasion. But that was the thing that i that i learned and other than that i learned that the putin's penthouse that everyone was so sure about trump. Already he's already hooked up putin with a penthouse in the trump moscow tower and there was a cohen saying. Oh that was just a pr. Stunned just to get people to sign up to be a part of the.
Good Life Project
"roger taylor" Discussed on Good Life Project
"'cause we spoke right at the beginning of this conversation about what is that connection between now younger fitter selves. When we're at the apex of our lives and careers you know how do they relate to you now and i went back a bit further. I found my first flush of excitement. And i realized i still contained it. So that's why i felt. I gotta keep going. This is an album. I need to write more and all about that subject but they were all about how i see the world right now and where what my places in it and how you know. Social media is is stressful for people. We all look for allegations on our phones for likes and yet you know we can walk through city filling incredibly lonely so there was some songs like in solo. That were about that. And i don't know why but that that this felt like i needed to finish it and then when nick mason togo cancel because of the pandemic i that was it. I was a race against time. It was a race before everything. We're back to normal. I had to finish this record. Yeah so you've been writing so a lot of this stuff was neil from the songwriting side. Of sounds like it was it was in place. But then it's like we'll specially then because it's like okay so the world as we know what the way i would normally take this and develop it and produce it and record it is it can happen and yet simultaneously fires been leading you you know and there's something is starting the kindling is starting to turn into a real fire and get. This can stay inside of me that says to get out so i mean you want you end up basically recording this whole thing from what i understand almost entirely remotely the yes. I did get a chance to replace a lot of stuff. One thousand euros open. So i could replace the fake orchestra with real orchestras. I could get in the room with a couple of people. But a lot of the guys you plan this the dramas like roger taylor and sewn bass players. There was a lot of communication between me and my co producer remotely. Yes we did it all remotely you know i just you know i was sending demos to people and then they would send me about the drum parts or the bass parts and fill to in you. Know what i you know. We spoke earlier. About how often comes out of the medium it comes out of the the parameters and the constraints and the the edge of the frame and because the pandemic created a lot of limitations that became so much easier me to to drive down. I think what would have happened. If i in the normal state of affairs is is i would have gone on tour the slide to go back up but it looks for some time in studio all. You can't get the time this week. You know as taylor free that we know he's not free and garage. Put this album together in a kind of ad hoc way like that. But i think a lot of his work like this you know if they've got constraints and they've got the you know. An area marked out that they have to work in an a time and disciplines. Than than. I think it's it's better fuel creative energy and it's a bit you know. This is the problem with computers music. The moment for me. It's so many options as it was just a real piano. Wurley hammond in a sense here. Just a little normalcy. It's not one that's connected to a million sounds and of drummond of as planning you know you could get this song together quickly. Then when you're we were overwhelmed by choice that we're not quite sure..
Good Life Project
"roger taylor" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Syncopation and auto tune and like everything. It's the thing that makes it like that. That's slight variations. The asians humanity in it. I feel like that's what we connect you and when we strip that out. I really wonder what we're losing. I'm i'm sure the. Wow and flutter realities is no longer with us anymore is it. I don't want to sound like can we sound like a couple of old blows playing outside. Well depends on us right right right but agreed like we're not we're not led lights and like technologies awesome. There's amazing things happening and yet you know there is this this desire right now to connect to something real and true and human which also i think really speaks powerfully to your your new album. Let's go there You you come up with an album. Your first album was twenty five years ago right. Yeah this is my my difficult second album. Yeah yeah which. You obviously begs the question. Why why this. And i probably need to fill the gaps in really Is so when spinoff finished. No i did a big movie vehicle. The craze and then i went to hollywood. I did the body. God i did a tarantino production called killing zoe. I did some. Tv shows in america. Go larry saunders. And i did some other moves in europe. That was what i was going. I was just going to make some music and then my marriage broke up. And the first thing i went for was my guitar. Wrote a bunch of songs made an album. It really didn't change the world a toll because br pop was happening over here and no one wanted and eight is man. I spent a lot of time building a family again and looking off the my young kid. I think that was really important for me. You know. I had him the majority of the time and and i wanted to bring him up in in london and give him a lot of time so i wasn't trying to find work that much i was doing of always done acting. I've always done a lot of theater here in in the uk to serious plays as well conflict musical. But that sort of thing. I tried to write musicals. Even but then i david. There's been a lot of water under the bridge with spanish ballet. There was a court case that went on in one thousand nine hundred. It can be seen in our documentary. The western world. We got together. You know i've i've sort of been the Curator of as well. Because you know. I put make sure all the box. It's when they come together and when we do get back together and we have done even throughout difficulties on a few occasions. There's always some new music to be written that pastas really being present in my. You know it comes to me all the time. So i'd be often writing songs thinking that's kind of put that to the side for span now. Maybe that'll be for them. Finding a really hard to write for myself. Happy to be the acting. I i also have had three more boys since. Then what four boys marriage that i try and you know that's been brilliant for then i get invited up to do nick mason from pink floyd and to go until with him on the early pink floyd stuff. We've you know we've done a big american tour. There's gonna be another one next year and this is the first time in my life. I'm playing other people's music. Why like it though. Because i'm liberated. I can play guitar. I can sing lead for the first time and play much more guitar. And and i feel confidence of growing but i guess playing that other people's music then just made me want to write my own more so i found during the traveling on that album i was. I was sunday writing lyrics. And i was running a lurks and some of those lyrics. I notice were about me. At my age. I was sixty. I was weaker than i've. I was as a as a strong. You know as a young man. I was not a shop of. I notice fleet foot. I started writing songs about dealing with that. As a you know once could i remember you and other one was. I am the past ones. Go waiting for the ban. They were about you know some of them look back and say you know how how. How would you live with me out wide. You love me. You didn't know me when. I was this super guy you know when i was this this fast kid you know what. What did you see me now. I am the pastas from the point of view in my head of gunslinger who is no longer. A the shop sheets are used to be an easy way with a younger woman. How does she feel about that and waiting for the band was also about the past than it was. It was about me my thirteen year old self came into my head and this kid had just discovered music who is dressing open painting his face and running around the backs of theaters looking for his heroes. And you know that feeling of great anticipation when you're waiting for the band. That's why i decided to want to set the moment of this song that moment before they come on stage is that moment when the you know the has new back of your neck going to rise at any minute and but the song was resolves itself by saying i'm still i still got that young man in me and still waiting for the band. I'm still full of enthusiasm for music to come along and change my life and uplift me in a way. It's like waiting for the second coming. You know it's still in me but it's music based and i think that was a good moment. 'cause we spoke right at the beginning of this conversation about. What is that connection between now younger fitter selves. When we're at the apex of our lives and careers you know. How do they relate to you now. And i went back a bit further. I found my first flush of excitement. And i realized i still contained it. So that's why i felt. I gotta keep going. This is an album. I need to write more and all about that subject but they were all about how i see the world right now and where what my places in it and how you know. Social media is is stressful for people. We all look for allegations on our phones for likes and yet you know we can walk through city incredibly lonely so there was some songs like in solo. That were about that. And i don't know why but that that this felt like i needed to finish it and then when nick mason togo cancel because of the pandemic i that was it. I was a race against time. It was a race before everything. We're back to normal. I had to finish this record. Yeah so you had already been writing so a lot of this stuff was neil from the songwriting side. Of sounds like it was it was in place. But then it's like wolves then because it's like okay so the world as we know what the way i would normally take this and develop it and produce it and record it is it can happen and yet simultaneously fires been leading you you know and there's something is starting the kindling is starting to turn into a real fire and this can stay inside of me that says to get out so i mean you want you end up basically recording this whole thing from what i understand almost entirely remotely the yes. I did get a chance to replace a lot of stuff. One thousand open. So i could replace the fake orchestra with real orchestras. I could get in the room with a couple of people. But a lot of the guys you plan this the dramas like roger taylor and sewn on bass players..
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"roger taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Break from those storms, which should also cut down on the ignition of new fires. That's William La Jeunesse reporting by bicycle. I think I think I want to right now. No one can really say for sure what Freddie Mercury would be up to if he was alive today. But Queen Guitar player Brian May believes Freddie would have remained front man for Queen, speaking with the BBC's Simon Mayo may serve eyes that Freddie would probably be busy with a lot of projects, but Queen would have been one of them. May and drummer Roger Taylor have enjoyed another wave in Queens popularity following the band's partnership with Adam Lambert in 2011 and the Academy Award winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody Back in 2019. The guitar player admitted the Queen doesn't do anything without considering what Freddy's perspective would be. Some thought they were going crazy when they heard cries for help. Seemingly coming from inside the walls. That stories on the way we have your traffic your weather in three minutes. Cocoa news time. 6 37. I want to introduce you. The Thundercats Technology. Thunder Cat Technology is a premier provider of I T solutions not only for government organizations but educational institutions and commercial enterprises as a leader in cybersecurity infrastructure, Unified Communications and cloud technology. Verticals Thundercats, not just a reseller. They are trusted advisor. For businesses and their clients. Find out more thunder cat tech dot com. Thunder.
Out There With The Birds
"roger taylor" Discussed on Out There With The Birds
"Whether you've been watching verge since childhood or you are brand new to this thing called burning out there with the birds sure to entertain and inspire you as you. Continue your bird-watching adventures. So what people who have traveled with us have to say about our bird watchers. Digest a rendezvous birding tours. Welcome to our reader. Rendezvous podcast series. Part three hi. i'm wendy clark your host for today's podcast. I'd like to invite you to join my fascinating conversation with longtime repeat a tender roger taylor and brand new reader rendezvous attendee..
The Tennis Podcast
"roger taylor" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"In the first round he was unseated and beat new comey also be authorized that tournament and ended up losing to stan smith in the final. So absolutely he was. He was competent very very competent on grass and took advantage of of draw. he He wasn't allowed to be a member of the atp. Like like many members if if eastern bloc countries but he did go on record saying he didn't believe the boycott was justified. He said i was not a member of the atp. Pitch was suspended by the atf. The atp was going against the it f. I was not okay with the pitch suspension. The problem was the yugoslav. Tennis federation made the suspension. But wimbledon was organized by the england club. They had nothing to do with pitch. In this case so. I think the decision to boycott was not right Now there's a lot of nuance in the argument in terms of. Who's making what decision in. Who has power. But the impression i get from from people talking about the boycott and the formation at the atp and the situation in general it was basically establishment versus non establishment breaking up the power as as a unit rather than making distinctions between who was making. What decision the fact is they felt like the establishment working against the players and wimbledon while they didn't make that individual decision in relation to nikki. Pillage were very much politics. That self sustaining establishment But interesting interesting that. He went on the record explaining that say his progress. Three dejoy had a couple of close battles with with indian players Majia gino that player david. I think i looked them player up when we went to try to find some of the place in the troll. He you know in terms of looking for. And that's that's one of the interesting things i mean. You're quite right a lot of the players that you find the there's really nothing to find and then you'll find others where they've got. They've got an academy or they've running tennis club a tennis player. Who's running a club in in india account. Remember that whether that was him. But you know this everybody's got some sort of story But but yeah that does not household names as i would know them. Anyway he beats. Vj machar's in the quarterfinals. And then he comes up against roger taylor in the semifinals whose courses britain's top player chose not to boycott. This was his big chance. You heard richard evidence described the pickle the that he was in his father. Being a diehard. Die hard unionist So bridget taylor does play and he takes semifinal into the fifth set. There's a rain delay. Four five in that set and when they come back. Kodak doesn't lose another game for detailer hit twenty double-faults in that much and on the advice of yaroslav drop need the nineteen fifty four wimbledon champion once. They came back after the rain delay Kodak was targeting the detailer bike count and that is what made the decisive difference so then he heads into a fine. He's up against alex metro valley. Who would've been the thirteenth seat but has been bumped up to four seats. They had the second seed against the fourth seat in the final And she trail the head to head. Five and one Lost to match. At wimbledon three years previously in five sets but kodak had the greater experience. It was his fourth major final metro. Police i should one grand slams at the french open. By this point k dash members. I knew his game and he knew mine. I was afraid of him because he was better than everybody thought he was an all around player. Who could passing shots. Drop shots and lobs. One counting on was because i played three major finals and he had played none he might be nervous from the beginning and that is exactly what happened. He started badly he was double faulting and missing returns and passing shots. My tactics were not miss a lot. And just keep the ball in the court without trying something special. I say served in his body alert. David you've You've watched some of this final. What's this morning's actually. Some really high quality footage on youtube. That i found first of all. I thought it's quite interesting. The sports illustrated writer that found saying that the the quality of the final was dreary. I think the some good shot making that. I'm looking at in the match but what really strikes me most of all these win. Kurdish is serving for the match. And he looks like he's hyperventilating to me. He looks like he's just desperately trying to control his breathing gonna crack moustache by the way and anyway. He seals that on match point seven. Volleys wins the points and then stops right next to the net and then just hurdles from a standing position in in just total joy. I think up to. I think this is a bit awkward. If hurdled the net. And then you've got a great the but just beat. And he goes up to metro valley and he puts his arm around metro. Valley's neck as an you know you've got one bloke is absolutely joyful and the other one's got it and you got the sense that mitch already sinking. We just get off. This isn't a great for me but anyway he was certainly respectful in in defeats and then kurdish cousin sits next to his chair on the floors and really trying to take it all in. It seemed to me And and i think his answer about the boycott carton. And i've got the sense from taylor. These people the having to wrestle with it in the right mind as well. They know this is a thing and and they've decided to play and they've got good reasons in their own mind for it. But i doubt it's cut and dried in many cases. They interesting that he say. He was hyperventilating. The i think that very much tallies some quotes read from him that he was really putting pressure on himself to win this. Actually i mean he knew what an opportunity this was. He said i had to win. That match you know. I think for his age it was important. He wanted to be seen as much more than just a clay courter and he knew that it was ahead of chum's he compares it to nukem playing now wilhem bunga in the nineteen sixty seven final road labor playing marty malaysia in nine hundred and sixty two he. Sometimes you play these players and you have to take advantage of those opportunities. Even though he had that five one head-to-head deficit with metro vavi he. He's still fancied himself. As the favorite i think in that match and i guess that explains why he was so under pressure at the end of it trying to finish it off And then actually. After wimbledon he he backed it up. He reached the us open. Final in nineteen seventy three as well. His his fifth major final and. He thinks he thinks that was his chance to be world. One does name. Yeah he thinks if he if he'd won wimbledon and the us open he have been ranked number. One would have deserved it. I need and he never got. Yeah he he's a interesting one. Yankee dash we saw him in public critique of his books. Didn't we the french open which i found really interesting. And it made me realize how little we save him and how little i knew about him other than he was the wimbledon winner in the boycott year..
TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"roger taylor" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"That English? I didn't understand a single world. Roger Taylor. You didn't have your headphones on boy. Name of the song was I'm in love with my car. Okay, well, beautiful, clean All I had to hear we thank you 855405255 the number glad you're here while 101 this afternoon, But remember, it is a dry heat. And we are right there with you because as our a C out completely because I feel like I'm back in Chicago, back at Beverly Country Club caddy and carrying a couple of bags, no sunscreen. They didn't even have sunscreen then. So, but it feels like that we have a two things. It's bad here where you are in the main studio, and here in the control room. It's worse out in the army. An officer me feel better where I do the prep work for the show. I was I was pitting out in my shirt that makes me feel cool. Sorry about the bad tail there we have been talking about if you just Joined us something we I don't think I've ever talked about on the show before. And that is Ashley Babbitt, who was killed at the Capitol on January 6th as she was entering into the speaker's lobby right off the floor, highly protected area. And she was going through a window that had already been broken out. And so we're talking about it today because to me it is absolutely unacceptable. We we should not allow this precedent in America. For The authorities and I'll use that in quotes the authorities to be withholding from the American people. The name of the officer involved in the shooting and you know me. I hope you do. I hope you listen to this show. But I am the most pro law enforcement guy anywhere. I mean, my dad a cop for 30 years in Chicago. I represent a lot of cops. I'm very pro law enforcement. They deserve the benefit of the doubt. You know the drill. What We have a right to know and and the fact that they won't tell us the name obviously is going to make any thinking person suspicious. And so that that just really bothers me and he was clear or she was cleared very quickly and presumed innocent, So maybe they should have been cleared very quickly. But to me, it's outrageous that the name is being covered up. And so that's led to a broader discussion of the Ashley. Babbitt, death and the surrounding circumstances and where I come down, as you know, from day one. I mean, look at the tweets. I sent out as this was happening. You know where I come down on this is that I think January six was a horrific day in American history. And I know that the group inside the capital consisted of a mix of people who did not believe they were violating the law. They weren't damaging anything. They weren't there to hurt anybody and another smaller group that knew damn well they were violating the law, and they were there to do at least Violence to property and potentially violence to people, though, that you know is yet to be established in the trials, so I just view it as a horrific thing, which should not be glossed over. But at the same time, it shouldn't be in any way, shape or form misrepresented in the other direction. And we sure as heck just as a people need to get to the bottom of whether, uh, this was a good shoot. Whether you know that the killing of Ashley Babbitt was justified. There needs to be Full, transparent investigation, and those facts need to be on the table for the American people. But if there's one thing we should all be able to agree on is you can't hide the name. We know they would not have been allowed to and by they I mean, the Biden administration would not have been allowed to hide the name 45 seconds. If this had been a BLM incursion into the capital, and it had been a BLM member who had been shot to death, That name would have been out there literally, you know, within two or three minutes. So we can't have that double standard. And we can't have that precedent in America. 8554058255 the number back to the phone lines which have been infoway go. You can get on now, if you'd like to. There's an open line. Dave in Strasbourg, You're on the Dan Capital Show. How warm and Strasbourg today my friend. Well, I mowed my yard this morning, and I'm still recovering. Okay? It could be about the heater. Be about you, but so what do you think? Uh Well, I was a police officer. 30 years. I've called you a few times. And, um You know that that one guy kind of took all the my steam about David Bailey. If you get online, you can find out that, uh, the the person that shot her and I'm not trying to be racist or anything. Just the fact Was a black officer. In the photos that you can see in the video. You can see a black hand holding the gun. Does that tell you anything? Uh Hmm. I'm sorry. Does that tell you anything? The color of the skin? Yes, David Bailey's black He was the officer or one of the officers at the Scalise shooting and he was awarded They medal for bravery. And I have no problem with that. He was very brave that day. Uh, he was elevated from officers Especial agent at that time now, if you look at the photos, and this is the big thing that everyone is pushing around, he has a very unique risk bracelet that he wears on his right hand. He's right handed. That's where the gun is at. In that hand, so a lot of people are making the connection that it was him. Um And why would that be significant if it was him, and I don't believe it was. But why? Why would that be significant was if it was David Bailey. I mean, is there something about David Bailey, which would Cause this to tip one way or the other. Good shoot bad shoot. And and listen. I hate that phrase. It's a human life that's lost so that I don't mean referred to as a good shoot, but it justified killing or not. Why is why is David Bailey important to that? Well, I believe it's because the whole totality of the things that happened that he was awarded a. You know, a medal for our honor, and he was, uh Promoted to special agent and then now he does this, uh, you know the I don't think they want this out my personality that but he was, as the guy said earlier..
Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"roger taylor" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Okay. H- union rhapsody introductions world of queen via wayne's world. I don't know forget that this is six minutes on this. I live in to get that part It's it's it's funny the impact. The song has on people Friends and i were down at universal in orlando maybe six or seven years ago. I think and the night before we were all supposed to go home. We decided to go to dinner at hard. Rock cafe started playing. And of course it gets to that one point and i had to look around the restaurant and literally. Everyone is had banging. Because you can't not you you hear this phone you get stuff heart and you love. I love this tune. And i love the fact that it started off in the beginning of freddie mercury had rented the beginning part he called it the cowboy song and everything else. I saw them in concert leading. And i kept waiting and waiting and they. They weren't playing. It and i thought maybe they wouldn't do it without freddie during the encore. They had on the projector screen over the spade. Had ready singing the opening of the song. And i actually brought me to tears and brian may roger taylor and adam. Lambert all serpent. It's like they waited here. Freddie doing the opening which that.
Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"roger taylor" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"So i don't wanna stop at all. I don't stop me now. Rather don't stop me now I believe off the jazz album. Jam the jazz album was ridiculed. This album was destroyed because people thought that queen lost their mind but some of the songs are really like. Don't stop me now. I just got so much energy. And it's like you could. This is kinda veteran. Imagine the inside freddie. Mercury's head was like all the time is just like like momentum his mind constantly going and not feeling like they're any limits and i just i love that and there was also funny. If there was an article i read two years ago scientifically describing. Why don't stop me now. Is the happiest song in the world. lucy if i can find it real quick and can read an excerpt from it and what i mean honestly even without reading the scientific explanation i totally would by this being the happiest song in the world. Forget this he throws in Lines like lady godiva. And i'm a rocket ship on the way to mars divine. The laws of gravity. Are you know. It's all that imagery of like you know. And also i'm having a good time and i know it sampled. This song kind of was him enjoying himself. And like hell here it. It was an article from the uk metro in two thousand sixteen Says don't stop me now by queen is officially the world's happiest song according to science. So what is the song that always gets your toes twitching fingers tapping and bad vocals going. Maybe it's something review here down the gym or perhaps it's a dance tune. That always was always playing at the student bar back in the day. Whatever your personal. There's now an official answer. Only one song gets feeling really bloody happy according to scientists and it is queen's. Don't stop me now. A study by the university of missouri has proven that queens nineteen seventy-eight hit the track guaranteed to bring unadulterated joy to all back in two thousand thirteen. Researchers got people to listen to quote upbeat music over a period of two weeks and found that listening to music regardless of genre tends to make people happier now neuroscientist jacob. I'm not even gonna try. The last name has come up with a formula for happy song by studying hundred and twenty six songs produced over a fifty year period. You surveyed over two thousand people about the songs that make them feel the happiest and found that quote we generally like song the tempo the deviates from the average pop song tempo that are in a major key and are a bit more complex than three chord songs unless the song is a major key the average tempo of a feel good song is substantially higher than the average pop song. One hundred fifty beats per minute compared to one hundred eighteen and which song best met this criteria with over two thirds of the vote. Don't stop me now. It's one hundred and fifty-six permanent and it's in f major so really happy but it's worth pointing out that there's probably some variation from country to country what's considered feel-good through funny so it it does make me happy though so i will absolutely agree with you. It's because it's like say it's it's got that vibe it's got that bouncy energy to it so yeah pretty much. What you'd imagine. The inside of freddie mercury head was like can i if i could That old question of like If you can have like let's say what five or six people to dinner. Who would it be one of them. But definitely be freddie mercury just to talk to them via me. That would be one dinner party. Oh no kidding. I mean granted you pie get addicted to blow after it but you know it'd be very interesting. Okay my number. Four coming at you Indeed okay so the song that i was thinking about in terms of john deacon this one that doodoo which vanilla ice panella is stole. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna be beat around the boat. Bush is the courts decided in queens favor to on that point. So thank god. I love this song so much. And the funniest thing about this. As i've heard plenty of stories about this particular one and it makes sense. The song makes no sense because it's too artists coming together. And mike one is kind of coming up with the basis or the the section in the other one count appointing that but the counterpointed in such in sync. You know David bowie singing. It absolutely beautifully with freddie mercury and it's almost like vocals of dancing together in a very wonderful way and them have said that there was a lot of kind of very contentious between the two of them between everyone while recording this. So that wasn't. That's why david bowie never did another one. Even though roger. Taylor and brian may have both been on record saying they would have loved to do a whole album of queen and david bowie and just seeing what happens but you can see the influence on both the glam rock on one side with queen and then the absurdity of david bowie. I mean that's the only they can always say is. David boy was nothing but absurdity. But it really good. Absurdity in certain circumstances Although problematic against you know. I know he's you know our ip david bowie. But there's a little prompt magness in his life so i can't Endorsed david bowie. Too much but He he was pull a thick as well as queens This is great. I know this comes up on your list later. But it's in close to its top five from me. Just because out here i'll listen to and i love it and if i were to actually warmed by voice i actually could hit some of these. Mostly david bowie stuff if i were to do.
The Erick Erickson Show
"roger taylor" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"We don't even know anything about this. Why have they put our name on it. And then kevin mccarthy came out and blew it up and said Native his dog. Whistles are unacceptable within the republican party. We are a. We're a party for all people regardless of race national origin. Not just anglo-saxons so now barger taylor. Greed has had to come out and said this was just a draft. It was now okay. First of all you do to understand this. This is terrible spin for merger deal agreed. First of all she comes out and says who are you to tell me what i could do. Did she comes out and says we're launching this group anyway. That she comes out says well. This was just a first draft that she comes out. Said y'all made it all up. It's not really true. I mean the the walk back has been studying for someone who says she fights she tucked tail and ran on this just ridiculous The leadership was livid. Apparently kevin mccarthy few means significantly about this republicans the freedom caucus. Apparently were furious that they would come up with this. They just ran with it and then had to blame the media. Like the jewish space lasers roger taylor agreed on facebook speculated on jewish space laser studying wildfires in california and now. She denies that she was on a frigging facebook page and they made that up. The people made that upper. Make it up. This freed of the this america first caucus. I don't know anything about it. Yeah you do that. I mean if you're gonna fight fight But don't throw a punch in the ducktail and run lady. That's kind of even more embarrassing. America to navigate through multiple crises this year. We the people.
Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"roger taylor" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"What's your football team. Even called these days washington. Football club said that was so pride and beat a dallas cowboy fan so we we sat there and you know what was so funny and bizarre about that. As we're sitting back backstage of the foo fighters we've got you know various dignitaries ed in there. Yeah and roger taylor of queen dave all these folks and you and i are the corner like pointing at each other going on man. Redskin suck now the cowboys suck and beckham for tools. Like hey boys. Can you come enjoy this moment. Just second serve did i. You know i. We actually actually played him bunch. One time we opened up a show playing hail to the redskins at the plate him inside of course out in the parking lot for. We're open up for ghazi. And i remember that nobody really knew what the hell we were doing. But if it was like they'd won the super bowl that day or it was one of the last times. We made it there but we actually played for the redskins at the palladium. Did you guys. The audience was kind of fun so normal. I would say that's horrible. It's obnoxious but actually that's really cool. I'll give you your props the you should. i mean. If it wasn't for that song there wouldn't be any dallas cowboys. Oh now now. Now those are fighting words but go ahead why you know the whole story. Don't you know. Lay it on me. Oh man goes way back. I mean yeah. My whole life is tied up with with sports and football teams whereas little kid. But yeah. I mean you know george preston marshall who's who You know basically started that club. They were called the boston braves he had bought the boston. Braves echinacea thirties. I think which is how the whole thing with the With the redskins kinda came about they were called the boss braves and then they moved into fenway stadium which is why they ended up changing the name to the redskins. The red sox played there But when they finally ended up in dc with like in the i think the fifties and you know he kind of invented halftime. He got a bag on and he had so. They wrote the song to realize that. Football's really entertainment and so they wrote a song. Hair the redskins and it became. You know it's like one of the oldest fight song it. I think maybe an pro leagues sure Probably not prefer college but So this summer you know..
AP 24 Hour News
Queen records 'You Are The Champions'
"More in my if they don't need to do is that frontline workers have played in trying to stem the corona virus queen's Roger Taylor says we thought we should do we are the champions and dedicated to the only NHS on the front line workers D. re imagined version of the song is out now all of it done on iPhones Brian may says it is queens way of giving back to be anymore famous we need to use what we have in the in the best possible the song is available now on all streaming and download services proceeds go to the world health organization's fond to find cove in
AP News Radio
Queen and Adam Lambert honor global COVID-19 'Champions'
"An iconic rock band is repurposed one of its classic hits two fifty age of coronavirus he must have to no need to do is that frontline workers have played in trying to stem the corona virus queen's Roger Taylor says the group decided it sports anthem deserved a new arena we thought we should do we are the champions and dedicated to the only NHS on the front line workers be reimagined version of the song is out now all of it done on iPhones Brian may says it is queens way of giving back in these trying times we don't really need to make money anymore we don't need to be any more famous we need to use what we have in the in the best possible the song is available now on all streaming and download services proceeds go to the world health organization's fond to find cove in nineteen I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
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Queen and Adam Lambert honor global COVID-19 'Champions'
"In my after no need to do is that frontline workers have played in trying to stem the corona virus queen's Roger Taylor says we thought we should do we are the champions and dedicated to the only NHS on the front line workers the re imagined version of the song is out now all of it done on iPhones Brian may says it is queens way of giving back to be anymore famous we need to use what we have in the in the best possible the song is available now on all streaming and download services proceeds go to the world health organization's fond to find cove in nineteen on Oscar wells Gabriel
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SEC Fines DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather For Illegally Promoting A Fraudulent ICO
"DJ Khallid and Floyd Mayweather didn't say that they are being paid by this company. In order to avoid Meriwether wax. Another fight. Exactly. I mean, he. He has so much turn to a little bit about. Yeah. Just a smidge. And then he was fitting, and he had the SEC SEC even more money. Tom Hanks isn't early talks to play Djupedal in Disney's live at can adaptation of Pinocchio. The director of Paddington is behind this project. Tom Hanks busy next year. He's starting to the World War movie. Greyhound Toy Story four and he's currently filming the Mr. Rogers movie mister Rogers is so busy. I know and lead singer maroon five Adam LeVine says all the innovation in music is happening in hip hop right now. In a new interview with variety Levin said his goal is to make songs that don't sound dated in ten years time. And he says that hip hop is better than everything else. And that rock music is nowhere. And it's like it hasn't even been invited. Much to the NFL in the Super Bowl. I mean because it's in Atlanta, and they don't have an art. I mean, this is convenient timing. But remember they haven't been officially confirmed Super Bowl halftime show and finally bohemian rhapsody a box office mash, but one of the movies big scenes nearly didn't make the cut into Queen stepped in to keep it Brian May says that he and Roger Taylor fought to keep a scene in. Where Freddie Mercury tells the band that he wants to make a solo album may also seen gut wrenching and says it's favorite in the movie, but nearly wound up on the cutting room floor due to time concerns.