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"Apply stopped. Opt out, please, please. Yeah, Yes, yes. The hardest working man in show business, James Brown 58 years ago tonight. At the Apollo Theater and a Harlem New York, James Brown recorded live at the Apollo, the first commercially successful live album. Ever recorded on this song was part of it. Please, Please, Please, please a song recorded right here in Cincinnati King records. About J. B Water live album thought that this would be the next greatest thing in music. But the guy running King records, Sid Nathan said, What are you nuts? No, no, no, no, no, no, no. Plus all of the material on this album is stuff you've already released and recorded. No, we're not doing that. We're not doing it Well, James Brand said, please, please, please a few times. And then finally, Nathan Well, he relented because James Brown was his biggest act that he had under contract and so then agreed to Release the record and it not only turned out to be a great commercial success, but Rolling Stone magazine said. This is one of the 150 greatest albums of all time. In fact, in 2003, the album rank 25. On Rolling Stone magazine's list of 500 greatest albums all time. Right here in Cincinnati, but 58 years ago tonight at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, Yes, Yes, yes, yes, Time for the news. It's next on 700 wlw. Check my news, traffic and weather. News radio 700 w ell delegate Cincinnati Path to Victory runs through Ohio This is the 1 30 report on Sandy Collins breaking now that is Kamala Harris. She wants to be vice president. She's on the campaign trail in Ohio..
Rolling Stones reissue 'Goats Head Soup'
"This's from the Rolling Stones albums from 1973 Goats. Head soup sounds so tasty Think it's Ah, Caribbean Anyway, the Rolling Stones have released an expanded reissue of goat's head soup. And talking to Rolling Stone magazine Keith Richards said that you know, the pandemic has really prevented them from from touring, and they have a habit of touring. I don't think that's their only habit, but I know they have a habit of maturing. And he said that he just cannot imagine that the Rolling Stones whatever retire, so that's a positive news. You know,
Rolling Stones Drop ‘Scarlet,’ Previously Unreleased 1974 Track Featuring Jimmy Page (Listen)
"The Stones rolled out details their upcoming goat's head soup box set earlier this past month, But the most exciting elements for their fans was a previously unreleased song. According with Jimmy Page that you're listening to year called Scarlet sets not coming out to a September the fourth. But this week, the band released the highly anticipated track. Song was cut in October in 1974 with Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, both handling guitar duties and traffics Rick Gretch on the base. Pete says. My recollection is that we walked in at the end of a Zeppelin session. They were just leaving and we were booked in next and I believe that Jimi decided to stay. We weren't actually cutting. It is a track was basically just a demo was to get the feel of it, but it came out well over the line up like that. You know, we better be using it. 1975 page told Rolling Stone that Rolling Stone magazine that he thought the track was supposed to be a B side of a stones record. It sounded very similar style and mood to those blonde on blonde tracks. Jimmy said. He was great. Really good. We stayed up all night when down Island Studios where Keith put some reggae guitars over one section. I just put some solos on it. It was eight in the morning and next day before he was able to do that. I remember first, jamming this song with Jimmy and Keith in Ronnie's basement student, Jang said his great session. A new edition of Goat's head soup also features previously unreleased tracks Criss cross and all the rage along with the rare demos and a complete concert, taped at a gig in Belgium in 1973. Stones originally planned on touring American football Stadium this year, But certainly that gonna happen this year anyway. During the down time, they've released a new song called Living in a Ghost Town. The first original songs. He's 2012. So the stones are at it. Interesting, Jimmy Page story. Never heard this one before. No, I like the song though. It's very Yeah, I kind of did, too. Yes, I didn't know if I love seeing old documentaries. We've been watching a lot of stuff about Laurel Canyon and like Ringo was actually really good friends with Mickey Dolenz, the drummer for the Monkeys, which was always a joke that the monkeys were created to be like the American beetles. And so it's it's I like seeing who was actually friends with whom and to see that I never knew Jimmy Page in the Stones ever had any crossover and the fact that he played on the song is really cool. Jimmy Page lives in a house across the street from Murray Gellar's old house in Sonny. And apparently, he's quite noisy in the neighbourhood,
A Decade Of Watching Black People Die
"Family of Kentucky Woman, shot and killed by police is demanding answers. The former, his son both white are accused of killing the unarmed black man again with the breaking news for Minneapolis violent protests raged for a second straight night, following the death of George Floyd after being arrested by a Minneapolis police officer last night, protesters turned their attention to the city's. The last few weeks have been filled with devastating news stories about police killing black people. And what is sick is that these stories have become the kind of news that we in the business call evergreen their stories that are always relevant and always in season, these calamities are so familiar. This point they're details have begun to echo each other July. Twenty fourteen, a cell phone video captured some of Eric Garner's final words as New York City Police officers sat on his head and pinned him to the ground on a city sidewalk. I can't breathe. Or May twenty fifth of this year those same words were spoken by George Floyd. Just before he died, he pleaded for release, as an officer kneeled on his neck in pins of the ground on a Minneapolis City Street, so we're at the point with verbiage, people used to plead for their lives can be re purposed as shorthand for completely different stories and part of our job here coast, which is to conceptualize and make sense of news like this. But genus is hard to come up with something new to say you know things we haven't already said or things we have already recorded protesters saying when we were both in Ferguson in August of twenty fourteen after Michael. Brown was killed by the police or when we were in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death. I spent the day with junior. High school kids in West. Baltimore where Freddie Gray was from on the first day. Let kids return to school after all the protests and I will never forget the eighth grade boy who raised his hand to ask. Why have white people been killing us in slavery and they're still killing us. He said that on Wednesday April Twenty Ninth Twenty fifteen. Since it's so hard to come up with any fresh insights about this phenomenon. We thought we would look back to another time. When the nation turned collective attention to this perpetual problem. Jamile Smith Senior Writer for Rolling Stone magazine. In when I was at the new republic. wrote an article entitled. What does seeing black men die? Do for you. It was published on April Thirteenth Two Thousand Fifteen. We get to see black men tortured or killed by police a lot more often these days. So, it's worth recalling why a generation ago. It mattered so much to see what happened to Rodney King. Now the story that might never have surfaced if someone hadn't picked up his home video camera. We've all seen. We have certainly seen the black and white photographs and videos depicting police abuse of African Americans. And we'd seen the grainy images of lynchings passed. But the conventional ignorance was that this wasn't the America. We lived in now. Officers beating a man they had just pulled over. This was the early nineties after all. This was in America that viewed law enforcement in the context of the popular reality, show cops, and were Morton Downey Junior tabloid television style made uncensored aggression a form of entertainment. But when George Holidays video surface chuck him with batons of between fifty three and fifty six times signal to a lot of citizens, just how bad police violence visited upon marginalized communities, actually was six kicks and one officer one kick people either didn't know what was happening. or willfully ignorant of it. They needed to wake up. Say The Los. Angeles Police Department has a history of brutality and misconduct that goes back a quarter of a century day. We are not sure that the police is there to protect us. The fear of becoming the next Rodney King is still here. But what has changed is how often we are viewing that fear being realized. Jamal goes on to write that the ubiquity of cell phone cameras and dashboard cameras means this uncensored horror has become available on demand. He says he watched twenty two year old Oscar grant get shot and killed by a police officer on Youtube before it made it to broadcast news. That happened in Oakland in two thousand, nine on New Year's Day. And it really marked the beginning of this grim genre, in which the slain become memorialized as Hashtags Hashtag justice for Oscar grant and remember Walters Gun Eric Harris, Jomo rights videos of them, being killed became public almost back to back in two thousand fifteen. Both men were running away when the shots were fired. Walter Scott Fifty was trying to escape North Charleston police officer Michael slager. Who Shot him eight times in the back? Before planning evidence near his body to support a false account of the incident. Eric Harris was running from a team of Tulsa County deputies when Elderly Insurance Executive Robert Bates. WHO's donations to the SHERIFF'S OFFICE IN MODICUM? Training earned him the title of Reserve Deputy. Shot him dead.
"Today. We're taking a look at a quotes from Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The once lead of the Sinoloa content in Mexico Gu's Mon- used his crime syndicate to sell billions of dollars worth of drugs. Boys one step ahead of the police. Goose Mon- escaped jail twice bride politicians and shed the blood of allies and foes alike in light of this. It's ironic that the notorious drug lord once said I know one day I will die. I hope it's a natural causes. Guzman allegedly said this to actor Sean Penn. During a secret interview for Rolling Stone Magazine Guzman supposedly wanted a Hollywood film to be written about his life. It's not surprising. Gu's mom believed his life was worthy of the big screen after all his rise in the world of narcotics has been nothing short of cinematic Guzman was introduced to the drug trade early. He was born in. Nineteen fifty seven in La Tuna a rural town in Mexico. Though his claimed to be a simple farmer it's widely believed that he grew opium poppies by nineteen seventy the fifteen year old guzman was farming marijuana alongside his cousins at only five foot six is small stature earned him the nickname. El Chapo which is Mexican slang for shorty dues. Mon- didn't let his ambitions mirror his size in the late. Nineteen Seventy S. He grabbed onto the opportunity to work for Miguel on. Hell sciutto widely known. As the godfather of Mexico's first nationwide drug operation the Guadalajara Cartel Fedex put goose man in charge of smuggling logistics. Who's Mon- proved himself to be a ruthless taskmaster? He went as far as murdering employees. If ever they were late with deliveries this show of strength paid off in spades when feliks was arrested in nineteen eighty nine a thirty two year old. Guzman received a choice piece of the former drug lords territory. With his little slice of North West Mexico secured Guzman's set up his own operation. Everything about the Sinoloa cartel was innovative and Malton. He sets up complex underground tunnels to ferry drugs across the border. Earning him millions of dollars and attention from officials in both the United States and Mexico in nineteen ninety three after the highly publicized death of a Catholic cardinal who was caught in a drugged. Her for the thirty six year-old Guzman was blamed. He was arrested in Guatemala and sentenced to twenty years in prison. However the entire time guzman mom was in jail. He lived like a king. Bribing God's so he could receive conjugal visits on-command then when he got forward in two thousand one. He broke out of prison. Legend states that he snuck count in a laundry cart. Journalists believed that he more likely just salted out his path cleared by the many gods. He bribed in two thousand nine eight years. After breaking out of jail sinoloa cartel was doing better than ever this led to fifty two year-old Guzman landing on Forbes list of the world's richest people the magazine stated that he was personally worth one billion dollars. You didn't get there without a little brutality. To hold onto his empire the drug lord is to have personally tortured and murdered his rivals and even though he was arrested again. By Marines in two thousand fourteen. The stone cold killer escaped once more a little over a year later in July. Two Thousand Fifteen as he got older without ever facing real consequences for his crimes his hubris increased. That's what led him to consent to an interview by Hollywood actor Sean Penn. It's rumored that his communications with pen were traced by Mexican authorities ultimately leading to his capture. Guzman was extradited to the United States. Where he face charges of drug trafficking intend to distribute money laundering and homicide during the Eleven Week. Trial even more disturbing revelations about Guzman surfaced. According to a BBC Article One witness told the court that Guzman had buried demand alive. Another told of a rival NOCCO chief who refused to shake goosebumps hand and paid for it with his life. Court papers also accused him of raping girls as young as the team calling them. His vitamins ultimately Guzman was found. Guilty of ten counts including charges of narcotics trafficking. He was sentenced to life in prison. This means that Guzman likely will die of natural causes just as he wished.
Andy Gill, guitarist for punk band Gang of Four, has died
"Widely influential British post punk band gang of four announced the death of guitarist Andy gill twenty oh three Rolling Stone magazine called their nineteen seventy nine debut entertainment one of the five hundred greatest albums ever getting a forces deal died after a brief respiratory illness and the deal was sixty four this is ABC
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The end of the year actually the end of the decade Rolling Stone magazine what's that I keep forgetting that's the end of the end of the decade yeah talk about that on the line that's right it's an EKG oh my god you know it seems even more strange when you think about it that way it seems like yesterday when we had the change over the flip over to the millennium the new millennium and what was going to happen was everything was going to stop at midnight when the year two thousand light okay why do gay yeah nothing anyway add released magazines put out a list of the best holiday songs that have been released during the last decade to have the top nine why did they give us ten because there's some other rap songs in there that none of us would like editing I see okay so here are the highlights on the list starting with Paul Simon is getting ready for Christmas that came on twenty eleven all the clocks in with something which he did in twenty thirteen called underneath the free is quite a good sign on this the other night country music so now on the C. make Christmas you might if I know the voice did their version of baby it's cold outside yeah right okay also on this this Ariana Grande's December she came out of that twenty fifteen everything she has done the same a good judge of you know she has some Christmas songs that I actually really like this album that came out I think in two thousand fifteen yeah it's old Christmas yeah which I had no idea about until two weeks ago and that the album came out years ago and I saw some article about it that was like the the Christmas album that no one knows about I don't know number.
Harry Styles Is Shirtless on the New Cover of 'Rolling Stone'
"Hello Harry styles use shirtless and smiling on the cover of the latest edition of Rolling Stone magazine and that many people are excited at this site a lot of people commenting Harry styles is the most gorgeous man in the blinking world and nobody can change my mind my eyes are blessed commented another and someone else wrote I've died and gone to to have it now you wide ranging with Harry styles pieces of that it will go into sex psychedelics and the secrets of stardom wow I mean I will listen here's what I want to know is stunned by first of all like I get it he's for some people happy but what I want to hear about his relationship with Taylor swift yes from his perspective yes you mean that it was probably kind of yeah I think release for safely public relationship for sure and that's what I want to hear about there too hot to go into the publication ship explanation right now Taylor swift has an album coming out on Friday that is allegedly all about her love between herself and Joe all that yeah
An Interview with Missouri Congressman Billy Long
"Congressman Billy long of the seventh district about a variety of topics that are coming up in this day made starting with of course the fact is that the already one article of impeachment has been voted down by the house but the general view is that sooner or later the democratic majority is going to vote an article of impeachment or more than one your thoughts congressman I think that we made a mistake as Republicans we entered a GM and this is just my phone up pockets mother Congress and about I was spoken to later McCarthy about it and I think that the market would have been going there and vote for impeachment the other day because the Democrats only got ninety five votes in favor of impeachment so if we were devoted to you is present for you know what can we show the or there but it would also yeah you're my man I would have to come up with the most for impeachment and they could not do it they are not serious about it they don't want increases president I want to talk about impeaching the president I want to talk about you know how they need to get him out of there and how they're going to impeach him you know one person to show the votes would not be there so by combining their no votes and are no loads ours are yes votes I guess for tabling the motion then you know it went down number so I think that we went and rode president next time it would send a signal to the American public at Hey these guys are not really serious about trying to impeach the president when there are no impeachable offenses that he has committed but I just want to talk about it what's the anticipation about the Robert Muller testimony operates in being you know completely artist I'm it's going to be the Democrats are going to try and cruise lines are not fair I mean to if you read them all report you have to you know get pretty exaggerated was plain of some behind the trump tweeted about he was trying to affect things work I mean that guy tweets twenty four seven non stop so metal to create some all reports are sorry more than any other claims he tweets everyday of the week sort of like that he was trying to influence told me or anything like that as just not there and apparently the Attorney General beau are watching the stick through the mall reports should not be accorded all day for the Democrats we have of course a budget deal now and it looks like a lot more reading coming and quite frankly right I will be a no on the great bipartisan budget deal that they struck I didn't get elected telling parents spend more money I came here to put a clamp down on spending and every year we just go more and more in depth to the Obama administration to the trump administration and one of the things we have to get serious about cutting spending the country or we're gonna end up bankrupt in the room is going to be devalued down to nothing so yeah I was not happy with the deal of a stroke on the budget I know the former colleague of yours south Carolina's mark Sanford is not talking about challenging the president in his own party on that very issue the issue of balancing the budget I think you know what five dollars hand mark Sanford's presidential run you could get a Cup of coffee at Starbucks more than likely in terms of the budget deal itself though it actually appears to be a a moment of bipartisanship can we see more of that forthcoming I other other other issues I suppose if the if they could come up perhaps infrastructure for example it may be on trade to is there is light at the end of the tunnel regarding bipartisanship if you were in a very good point and particularly on the infrastructure I recommended to the term folks from day one of his administration that we not go to health care without trying to work on healthcare I work on healthcare immediately like we did in one stand do infrastructure built which can be done in a bipartisan fashion but in most of my I'm very hopeful that infrastructure can be handled in a bipartisan fashion and I think that you can probably be more budget deals on the more deals with the Democrats as long as you enhance the instruction where everything I want like they did on this budget deal so hopefully trade not so much I don't think that they're gonna you know probably come in Greenland on trade with Mexico and Canada which is how very very sad situation I thank the trump administration struck a very positive a deal there and now the Democrats you're like oh no we can't do that before November of twenty twenty do you see anything likely to pass the house and the Senate and get a presidential signature to become law there will be a few mandatory thank god I will have to get them but I don't see that in a big you know how things are Jim you've been in this town a long long time and getting in here that ends in a number you're gonna see very very little time with Congress people want to go home and I want so don't see you know a whole lot that being accomplished now and you have a particular dynamic right now with the Democrats I call on the new green Democrats because they are pretty new to being in the majority and I have a lot of people fighting among themselves and their conference or in their caucus which I think is just fine with me patter McEnery from Caroline I think I will set my mind on the four one band house which is really what do you think you know how you think things are going how do you think we need to be doing and I said absolutely nothing when your opponent is you know be doing sales up hello I'm kind of out of and right now there's a famous picture on the front of Rolling Stone magazine for about a year ago with what they now referring to is the squad and Nancy Pelosi and sense that a lot we could sure take on all of them we're getting along great at that point they are not getting along together anymore and I think that you'll see a copy of that Rolling Stone magazine cover in a lot of Republican ads next a year as we paint the Democrats as being socialist socialist Democrats whatever that is that they call it and American public I don't think so stand for it trump's numbers are really really good the best ever among Republicans and the black population by can implement an all time low Hispanic unemployment an all time low everyone's for a one K. it is exponentially higher than it was January twentieth twenty seventeen and you just can't hide that from the American public you stand up all right and so your vote for me I'll give you free Medicare votes for me I'll give you a higher minimum wage folks for me will give you free everything on your neighbors and the other neighbor in going to stand for that I think that you'll see elected you know Jim I was one of the first to say that the when the primary and when the general in fact I started on the current train wagon back in August of fifteen an Ashley another big record for the president coming up and I think we have a very good chance of taking the house back I think we made seventeen saves a lot of those are in trump ist area where he won a cop was not on the ballot and we took social lacking at the polls last November the president was not on the ballot to get people out to the polls he will be on the ballot in twenty twenty there was a survey that was taken back I think in twenty oh seven and this was a survey based on rankings the ratings given by various groups as you well know but the audience may not be familiar with the various organizations rank the votes of members of Congress of the American conservative union for example gives a higher ranking for road conservative votes Americans for democratic action a higher point total for liberal viewpoints and I remember the finance are really took the U. S. Senate and ranked all one hundred senators by their ideological scores of several major surveys and I remember the top three most Liberal Democrats in that survey twenty oh seven US Senate number three was senator Barack Obama of Illinois third most liberal number two Bernie Sanders independent of Vermont and the most liberal senator at that time based on voting record was the senior senator from Delaware Joe Biden today they asked if he is to moderate to win the democratic nomination that's exactly right you've got a great great memory Jim and yeah but I mean Bernie Sanders you know it starts to look like a moderate compared to some of the twenty four people or whatever it is now that are running for president on the democratic side and you saw how many people raise their hands for different totally social policy during that first debate and it's gonna be real interesting because you cannot be a liberal not for progressive enough on the Democrat side of the aisle nowadays to garner at the nomination for president of the United States in the Gretna Louisiana a couple of police officers have been fired over comments that they made on Facebook calling congresswoman Alexandria because the Cortez a vial India than suggesting that she be shot I know that you are on Twitter in fact I follow you and you had some rather strong comments to make about the notion of suggesting that any elected official be shot totally totally out of place repugnant recalls the occupied on our plans to describe it way over the line as I said in my Twitter post which is garnered a lottery tweets and all of the lights since I was born in January three of twenty eleven two of my colleagues have been shot not to mention the people that were injured and killed in those two different shooting this land thank that anyone would even joke about shooting an elected official after what is going on in this country after the situation at the baseball field right here the practice field in Washington just a little bit over a year ago with Steve Scalise so almost losing her life retirement and I was just very very very saddened to read that story about currently one policeman posted it and the other life yet and I both are in the unemployment line you have in fact been in Congress now for eight and a half years I'm sure it's hard to believe that after all what's the transpired in your life is a very successful businessman and a real estate man auctioneer the like but if you were to answer this question I'm wondering how you would fill in the blank when I was first elected I would never have guessed that what what have you learned in that time that surprised you the most I would never have guessed that taking the gavel from Nancy closely and handing it to John Byner and having significant numbers in my house taking the majority from the Democrats we would be so neutered that we could not get anything done that was really really shocking to me but we did not have a light house we did not have the Senate and when you realize you don't have this and if you don't have a life house we have the Senate today but we don't have sixty votes in the Senate and that's another thing that you're very well aware of the S. for culture just bring a bill to the floor you must have sixty votes so we go on so you've got the house for you have the house last spring and the house yeah the White House you have the soon to be a you didn't get you anything done and well we didn't have sixty votes in the Senate so we have got a lot of good things on the president has in particular image McCollum the Senate with the judgeships across the United States from a tune a new Supreme Court justice is an advanced form and so that was a saving grace out of this election was of what we're able to do on the judgeships congressman Billy
A Sneak Peak of Elton John's 'Rocketman'
"A sneak peek of rocket man, which opens visit open tomorrow or next weekend next next weekend. If you could double check that anyway, rocket man, we can say, jukebox movies are here. Bohemian rhapsody turned out to be the bellwether. Ding, ding, ding, money it made. And we get racket man, which is the Elton John. Jukebox Moos movie. But it is. It was so good. You guys. It's tomorrow. Okay. Fun was so good. And you know what I think the thing I took away. You know, John is a fifty year career. And you we he's kind of under appreciate how much of the soundtrack of everybody's life says, like for a lot of younger people, they didn't know who Elton John was really until Princess Diana died, and they hurt his candle in the wind song. But the Terron Eggerton is the, the actual plays Elton John. He's basically I agree with Rolling Stone magazine. Peter Travers said that Taron Egerton is the lady Gaga and the bread, the Cooper roll together all in one in this movie allow. Because you see Elton. We see him as a child prodigy. We see them young and we don't realize all the music that we hear the stories kind of told through song. Okay. But all the music that we hear his most famous hits were written, like in the span of about seven years, and he went from just being as Donnie told Chester day like this session piano, because he was like, really a great musician. He meets Bernie topping who's not a romantic relationship. They're dear friends played. Amazingly gorgeous leave. Well by Jamie bell, the little boy from Billy Elliot Bernie Taupin, and then but tyranny Agar ten is just he's flamboyant. He's hard he sweet in the we've talked about Tate. Donovan is in it. He plays the charismatic longtime manager manager and owner of the troubadour. And as always scouting England to bring axe to the tuber door to show off to the Hollywood kids, how interesting it costs to me, much like in bohemian, rhapsody, the custom designer recreates, because at the end of the movie stay for the credits because they show side by side of Taron Eggerton. Like, in the first outfit, he wore at the troubadour would Elton war Madison Square Garden, this performance they show side by side. But. It was it was how unappreciated Elton John is for like, what he's done like his. There wasn't a drug. He didn't do there wasn't a kind of decadent hedonism. He still loves to shop. That's like really his only basically doing all those drugs and surviving, but yeah, kind of kind of them. What he's also done in how immensely talented Elton John and Bernie, top and were together as songwriters Bernie top. And he's the lyricist. And then L Tim would come up with the metal melody in top would just give him Lear s and he would hear it in his ears. And I know you don't like the song crocodile rock, but that is the song that blasted him into the stratosphere in the US. And I guess the way they show it in the movie. When you see it, and how it starts, and how radically different. It was from anything. That was on the radio. You can't help but fall in love with that song again, for when you remember the first time you heard that opening chord. And at first people were just like, who is this weird looking English guy with the wacky outfit? He had suspenders on and like a star shirt. It was like nineteen seventy two and these wacky glasses. But, you know, just starts out kind of this melodic piano thing. And then all of a sudden it crashes into this amazing kind of rock song, about remember when you're young and just getting in trouble and causing, you know, having so much fun and the crowd just went nuts. And it was it was just really, really good. I think are going to enjoy it, Danny you should play because he's on the phone. He's talking to him probably about, like they saw John in nineteen seventy. Somebody about nineteen seventy actually the trooper. Okay. Was that the Kazini came out with the album that I think we sat transfixed a your family. Which later was the double album and every son had headed different font in a different color. And we'd sit there and my sister, Gina got it. And we'd just sit there and read and sing. Yeah. I think, you know, I think there's like a dozen songs that we hear in the movie, and the movies kind of told through those songs. But his it go from just the seventies or is it a collective of his life to now? Well, it, it ends at a certain point. And then it has, like it ends at a certain point in his life. And then it has, you know, it gives you an update on what's going on. But it gives you. Yeah, it probably gives you like maybe twenty bright Bryce Dallas. Howard is his mom. And she was just really awful. Remember, I told you this story? They weren't talking on her ninetieth birthday. Yes. I'm she didn't Elton John impersonators birthday party. She told him we, you know, she knew he was gay, but she was very dismissive of him being gay, and basically, always, let him know he'd never really beloved which was the source of a lot of his pain, and, oh, my gosh. Is there a hot you guys wolf wolf wolf? We Kellyanne t there is an amazingly, great hot sex scene, a yeah, I wanted to just go go down lower camera pan down. It was it was, it was steaming at Elton John and the guy who kind it will become his manager, who thinks he's in. They are in love, but he's played by Richard man, rod stark in the guy from bodyguards. Yes. And the seventies fashion is just everything. And you really do see some decadence and I dunno. It was he loved it. I just I, I loved it and, and reginal Dwight you know, had a bleak, childhood. I heard his dad was a piece of work. Oh my God. Who's reginal white bright, his Elton John's ain't? Yeah. Yes. Okay. God. When we yeah, that was his real name, John, John comes from a Long, John Baldry blues musician, read a lot of influence on him and the other Elton comes from his friend Elton. Dean, dean. Yeah. And you see that in the movie he says, I'm taking
"rolling stone magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"On NewsRadio nine fifty. I'm Jason Scott. Good evening. Top stories at ten twenty. It's developing. Michigan state. Police tweeting out that a victim was shot in the area of I seventy five and eight mile road. MSP continuing to peace details together, but they do say the victim may have ended up at the Red Lobster in Madison heights. Drivers are being asked to avoid the area of northbound I seventy-five service drive and eight mile road. The investigation is ongoing. More cremated remains have been found at a Detroit funeral home. Police executing a search warrant this evening along Dexter avenue. But they have not named that funeral home. Stay with w w j for the latest a Canadian business denied its effort to bring a realistic sex. Dow brothel to metro Detroit Southfield mayor Kansan cyber says the moratorium was quickly put into place to prevent that business from coming into that city. We did do some research and found that. Yeah. This is apparently. Growing trend matter of fact, Rolling Stone magazine had transfer trending things for two thousand nineteen ahead listed this as a business that is spreading. And consequently where learning more about it. We just you know, this really took a surprise surprise. Mel since the moratorium the city of Southfield hasn't heard from that business and that they're looking to make that ban permanent..
Taylor Swift, Rolling Stone Magazine And Mike Downing discussed on 24 Hour News
"Wounded Taylor swift goes high tech to try and catch her stalkers, Mike downing the chief security officer for the oak view group tells Rolling Stone magazine especial kiosk was set up in may at Taylor show at the Rose Bowl. That's where fans were able to view rehearsal video but unbeknownst to them facial recognition technology was sending images back to a command post in Nashville where they were being cross-checked against hundreds of people known to stalk, the popstar human rights. Watch says this is not cool. They tell slate people should know
'America's Toughest Sheriff' sues CNN, others for $300 Million
"And the man who once called himself America's toughest sheriff is suing several news outlets and media figures a complaint filed by former Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arpaio in federal court in DC is seeking over three hundred million dollars naming CNN and its president and others as well as the Huffington Post and Rolling Stone magazine saying they labeled are pie was a felon.
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"Rolling Stone magazine that they are still taking their time and giving themselves space to process everything adding that they would love to try to continue to do something and figure out something to do together. Bassist Ben shepherd added that they really haven't even gotten a chance to hang out. Just the three of them yet saying they were going through a natural healing. Then thinking about the natural next step Ingle, Fox News. A deadline in the war in Syria as the country's president goes after the last major rebel stronghold. Russia and Turkey agreed to deal last month to create a buffer zone around the province of it lips where President Trump has warned Syria and its backer Russia against launching what he described as a reckless attack under the terms of the accord, Jihadist fighters and rebel forces must go on the inside of the road and Syrian government fighters with the on the outside jihadists have until today to withdraw from the buffer if the deal collapses aid agencies awarding of a humanitarian catastrophe, Simon Owen, Fox News. A plane crashes into a home in Arizona, and somehow no one is killed at eighty seven years old Douglas denim says he's seen a lot of things, but nothing compares to what he experienced last night when a plane crashed into his home. That's where I got up and walk outside. And the neighbors started coming around. What is that look at the whole in your? Roof just before eight assessment Cessna to forty aircraft crashed into Doug's house, just two miles east of the pace and airport. The FAA says they believe there were two people on board during the time of the crash pieces of twisted metal mingle with the would that once made up his walls Marcie Jones, FOX affiliate K, S A Z. It's been four years. And finally Eric Merola wins a NASCAR race how Merola ended a one hundred forty nine race winless drought by taking the checkered flag at the one thousand bulbs dot com. Five hundred at Talladega. The victory was the second of his career, and it gave him a berth in the postseason round of eight Albaro told NBC sports he was determined to finish in.
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"Rolling Stone magazine that they are still taking their time timing giving themselves space to process everything adding that they would love to try to continue to do something and figure out something to do together basis. Ben Shepard added that they really haven't even gotten a chance to hang out. Just the three of them yet saying they were going through a natural healing. Then thinking about the natural next step Ingle, Fox News. Iran is playing down the US sanctions set to be restored next month against the country's oil and gas sector, president Hassan. Rohani's saying today that the sanctions will have no effect. He also labeled the Trump administration as the most hostile ever toward Iran since withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal back in may of the White House has been steadily restoring sanctions, it appears that President Trump has narrowed the search for a new White House counsel prison. Trump has been interviewing a number of individuals over the last couple of months since he announced it current White House counsel, Don Mcgann would be leaving that post in the fall. Now. Our sources familiar with the decision. Tell our own John Roberts that President Trump has chosen Pat sip baloney to fill that important role. Fox's Garrett Tenny at the White House, sip alone is a former attorney for the Justice department and is currently a partner at his own law firm in DC, new leadership at USA gymnastics. A former congresswoman is taking the helm at least temporarily. USA gymnastics says Mary Bono will serve as interim president and chief executive until a permanent replacement can be found for Kerry Perry who resigned under pressure after only nine months on the job. She was forced out after several misteps, including how she handled team Dr Larry Nassar's sex scandal Bono served as a California congresswoman for fifteen years after she filled the seat left vacant by the death of her husband Sonny Bono. She also has a background in gymnastics and trained for a decade with several clubs a search committee is looking for a permanent replacement. Joe Chiro, Fox News. They're glitzy. They're glamorous. And they're up for grabs. Some of the precious. Jewels worn by Marie Antoinette among the items headed to the auction block, a white and yellow diamond broach that could fetch more than a million dollars and a single strand Pearl necklace. I'm Pam who sale. And.
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"This Business Rockstars weird to inspire inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. Joining us right now is Tina, hey, the CEO and founder of napkin finance. It's a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you. So what's your company do napkin, finance so napkin finances, everything about money in thirty seconds or less wall break down for us, thirty seconds or less? What is it? So we make complex topics. Simple. And we target a millennial audience, basically where pot for him for understanding complex financial topics that you may have never learned in school or from your family, your parents. Okay. So gimme a practical. And I don't know. Oh. What are some of these things break it down for me on your website? Napkins are the foundation of our site. Basically napkins we have virtual napkins where we fake down topics visually. And so the way things started is actually, I'm a visual learner. I was sitting in business school with bankers and consultants, and I had a liberal arts background, and I worked in film, and technology. And so I've always thought visually about different complex topics and most people are visual thinkers, it's a classic concept. Einstein davinci. Mozart all of them were visual thinkers, and that basically was the inspiration behind napkin, finance, and so we sketch out and Ella street different topics everything from compound interest to ET apps tax taxes insurance, whatever it is that's relevant to people and interesting. How did you come up with this as a business model for your company? I feel like a lot of the idea in the shower they have a problem in their life that they out of a need and desire to solve credit company. What was it for you? So it actually happened by accident. It started as these sketches for financial literacy part of the plot from that we developed and we saw that the napkin finance segment actually took off and people loved it. And we get phone calls all the time just buying napkins virtual napkins. Yes. Virtual napkins, even real happy. We have real napkins now that we print out. But basically, we have such demand for these kids because people want to see things simplified, and I think money and finances really intimidating for most people. So we've connected in that respect five having these napkins explained different topics. So now, we have napkins we have videos, we have other content. We also have a WGN glossary that's kind of an urban dictionary for finance and a podcast coming out. So we built our platform to basically encompass everything that's related to money and personal finance. So what a digital napkin? I have no idea. What that is. So it's basically a topic drawn out. Through illustrations of bit different financial topics depending on what your swipe through these napkins right through the napkins. You can actually have physical ones as well. Now, we started printing them out for our users. But these napkins are just just start to kind of grow and be more interested in different topics, and then go into the videos, and the glossary and uses as a resource and just kind of a way to learn about anything that's important to you at at different stages in your life. What did you do before this leads you into this for you and finance before this? I wasn't finance briefly. But I've always been in technology, and I've I love the startup world. I've had two other start ups before this. So I find that I'm really excited about starting things and building ideas. And so this has been a lot of fun for me, not only because the companies during law, but because it's really helping people, and it's really been fantastic to see the influence our content house on people. We get emails and calls all the time. The people saying that it's changing their lives parents are using it for their kids. So it's really inspiring for us and really fantastic for our whole team to see this happening. So what were the other two companies you had to companies before this one? What were they? So the first one was called city tripping. It was a lifestyle channel for everything in different cities. And we also published city guides L A, New York, and we're growing, and we also had city guides. We were called the younger, hip or city searched by Rolling Stone magazine. And so we grew and we actually grew into a publishing company as well. The last company I had was Tottenham test group, which was an outsourced HR business where we do background searches and drug testing for small medium sized businesses. Very different than what I'm doing now. Yeah. You've been all over the place. What's been something on your journey? That was a season of adversity. I feel like either you have been in one you are and one or you will be in one at some point in your life. Can you take back to a story in your life or your business or you just hit one of those seasons of adversity where you felt like giving up? I mean, there are so many. But. At least for the people that haven't started yet. I call it a roller coaster because literally every day you have something that can come up, and it often does that can really make you question. Everything you're you're the entire company and how your future, but along the way you also have kind of the ups and downs. So I think that the most challenging thing is not what you do like with one instance. It's just always continuing to kind of. Move push forward. And look to like the next step because nothing really will really break down the company in the big picture. It's just these things that seem like they're the the biggest issues at the time.
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"App today a. Duet between two of music's most well-known voices has been found more than forty five years. After it, was first recorded Carly Simon and Mick Jagger famously got together in nineteen seventy-two with Jagger lane down some. Background vocals on. Silence hit you're so vain but it appears the pair also. Got together on another track it was found recently on a table, and by Rolling Stones collector Matt Lee, believed to be named fragile at least according. To Rolling Stones fan websites the song is slow love ballad that has Jagger and Simon. Together at a piano singing Simon spoke about the lost wet with Rolling Stone, magazine about two years ago saying the tape of. The recording of lost redecorate she says it came out of a little back and forth of the piano for about an hour Jagger does most of the singing with Simon adding some harmonies would it ends a female voice believed to be Simon's, gasps
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"Pages, inspiration for halston. And then you have the moments when you dismiss a freedom in the seventies was very, very widespread. It was global fashioned, became freer fashion was people who are running around going to rock concerts. People were being photographed for the youth for the energy vitality, the Rolling Stones. Bianca Jagger became a big icon in fashion. She was married to Mr. Mick Jagger. She was MRs Mick Jagger on. She had a great influence in fashion, but she was often dressed with anti cats on an article close and this was the underground because clock was on a brand name designer off. The clock was designing when she was wearing a little the clock hall to dresses running around on tour with the Rolling Stones being written up by criminal boating. That's when I first. Noticed noticed Jack when she was on Rolling Stones, tour need Bill and Truman was writing about the Rolling Stones to Rolling Stone magazine, and there was Bianca Jagger running around a little pristine obstacle call to dresses. You know, she got married in the south of France in the east on white suit. Wait, what is to do with Cerruti in blue? What did it we'll talk about civilian blue. I was saying this city remind me that famous scene in. Follow this notion, this group that you were part of, did they direct dictate fashion trends. People going to say about mitt green this season? No, that's like a funny face. It's in the movie, says, all the fantasy people will say, well, this is a big ongoing trend. Maybe it's the print dress at a certain season that's going to be big. You have to be able to know that before it happens record this, did you recognized it or did you shape it? You recognize that and then you embraced it and then you shaped shake through the page of something. You made it happy. You made the alternate offered as a suggestion, and it was up to the individuals who follow that are not. It's been how strong it was. You know remains vote dictated. And after that grace will vote, rebels vote was liberating, kind of realize vogue was very autocratic point of view about fashion since then Anna winters vogue is liberated and offers a mini choices and does not dictate it just presents the best excellence of standards of what fashion is because it's supposed to be for a broader class of people of diverse. Yeah, Asians, blacks, Latinos, wherever you got to read, vote, middle-class and EV, you gotta be rich. You got through the something invoke for you. Back in the day you aspire to folk. But it's vogue is very much a part of high and low moments culture. How are we there? I have started at eighty three and I saw a sink. I left ninety seven hundred ninety three and ninety. How did you let on? Oh no. No. No. Not ninety seven with law enough. Good lot. Eight, three about two thousand ten and the last so long to my face just to find trenches swimming navigating. Just to my faith and I had to look up to my faith in my ancestors, my roots and stuff to survive that it was hard, but I did it with grace.
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"Needed except for alcohol and gambling, and don't forget. Like I said, the big main event huge made of at the club versus the bullet club, the bucks of Jericho, or is it? Why do Jackson versus Kenya mega Cody, mardi girl. It's a main event on a pay per view anywhere on the planet, but you can only see it if you book your cabinet, Chris Jericho's rock and wrestling rage. Ritzy also impact versus ring of honor. Sammy Callahan versus mardi squirrel kicking that off. Live talk is Jericho with Ricky the dragon. Steamboat live talk is Jericho. Remember Eddie Guerrero with Conan Ramos. Stereo live talk, is Jericho with the entire bullet club. Live talk is Jericho with Jim Ross. Jerry the king Lawler Mick Foley, doing his twenty years of hell. Standup show. I'll do my own words of Jericho. Live show. We got killing the town versus keeping them one hundred live debate. The first round of ring of honor of honor tournaments announced bracket a lethal versus Whitmer Daniels was delirious skirl versus Titus young versus flip. Gordon bracket be Mark Briscoe versus Ferrara. Pagers. Kazarian g better go versus Bruce bruiser and Jay Briscoe versus Kenny king beyond the darkness will be that a scare your pants off. Cabana. Marge Rosa doing them professional wrestling show, busted open. We'll be there live comedy from Brad Williams. Craig gas run funches the impractical jokers live music for Corey Taylor of Slipknot, and stone sour. Phil Campbell, the bastard sons, fuzzy king. The stir the Dave Spitak project darlings of rock and roll. The cherry bombs shoot to thrill the world's best female ACC cover band blizzard of Oz, the world's best Ozzy Osbourne government. Our special guests cruise director, so Cal Val Noel Foley will be there. So many things to do is going to blow your mind listened to my appearance on Jim report this week, and what's also to hear more about it. So go join in be a part of history. Go put your cabinet, Chris Jericho, cruise dot com, and don't miss out. All right..
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"A lot of my favorite experiences were early on when you're like, when you don't have any clout at all, and you can see who who is really good. Like Conan O'Brien, I grew up loving known and then just bonnaroo he was. He was just kind of walking down this corridor, and I was thinking I should. I should try to get quote from Conan, and I was afraid of ruin of ruining my perception of him by by him, maybe non liking being approached by somebody. And then in that I kind of asked him, creeped up and asked him, and then he said, oh yeah, and he started talking about about returning to doing stand up and everything. And he just was such a funny guy that that there's a picture of that that ran in Rolling Stone of the two of us doing that interview. So that was like the first impact that I felt that the magazine was. That's like those early moments that we get kind of jaded after a while. I'm sorry, my favorite is Willie Nelson. Wow, interesting. Because. He was. He was one of my first cover stories, and he's a difficult interview. He's very shy and doesn't like to give away a lot. He doesn't like to. He thinks that he, he doesn't like to talk about himself. He's he's very into having no ego, like one time he he was doing a red carpet and afterwards I asked him to, oh, good questions are starting to make small talk. I wouldn't have. No, I would have no idea what a good question is like you. He's so he, he doesn't judge people in any way you might. Some people might be on the red carpet and have done this a million times and be like the test fuss. How'd you band story. But he, but so it was hard to get to know him. But I felt after many Texas torpedoes as he calls them. Giant joint. Yeah, we started to break and got to the point where we can just sit there and be completely silent, and which I think is a real sign that you're comfortable with. They call so that that was I went down to Texas to his ranch into its own town called luck Texas that he built an old western town down there that for movie, the red headed stranger in nineteen eighty six. And in the end, it was supposed to burn down and he liked the town. So we had them rewrite the script. So it's still there, but it's falling apart and after hurricanes and everything, it's really we drove around in his nineteen Ninety-four Chevy and like just smoke pot, and he talked about he really opened up in a way that I'd never heard him open up before and so that that was the best feeling it's interesting to in your with a gala debt, like there's big stars. Yeah. Then there's the mix and keys in the Nelson secular. That's different level of everything. Yeah, but that he's but he's, he doesn't have a cowboy hat on. He has baseball cap as wet shirt. Same sweatshirt he wears every day and then his friend, his friend, local businessman was come came over to set up for poker that night, and I play poker till three in the morning, and I had to go for the photo shoot the next day. And Willie was just looks like you know the the photo in that in that spread on its after he'd been up playing poker all night and it's just he looks so grizzled and old older than he looks now a few years ago. It just as the perfect. You want in. So you kind of you don't realize how special it is in the time because they're really, they seem like just just just people, especially some someone like that less cushion. Who's your dream interview? Well, Dylan, but he's, he's really tough. I mean, his last interview was AARP I think in twenty fourteen and but he did one with Rolling Stone twenty twelve with Michael Gilmore who's done the last several. But he said some things that got him sued in that interview. And I think that he's done these days. He just does them through his own website. And I think he just right rates, someway. I, and but I wish that I would have the chance doc, Tim, I I was just interviewing Mavis Staples whose opening for Dylan in Philadelphia, and we were in the Dylan backstage..
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"Very green and set a lot of things they shouldn't have said and talked about, you know, the earlier early days on the road hooking up with their fans. And a lot of the fan saw that is them talking about having sex with their fans. It's like taking advantage of their fans, and it turned into a big, a big deal. And that they haven't really recovered. I haven't heard anything about them and went underground for a while and then he come back on you, then you're to blame. I was a little torn about that. 'cause you're with them for for a week. And we were just a trailer at the American music awards in the singer started just talking about different girls, and I started asking about about just, you know what happens on the tour bus. And then guy starts started saying that, but he's nineteen. So I felt I felt a little bad because it's almost like you're, I didn't take advantage. I didn't wanna feel it, but he said it and there's a lot of stuff I didn't put on the record that I that I tried to be a little conscious of so, but you have to have a story come away, just print fanzine. Right. That's a good point. Yeah. Like a puff piece. This Rolling Stone documentary that just came out that Alex Gibney did. It's like a two part each anniversary and Cameron Crowe. Who wrote for Rolling Stone in the seventies and based almost famous off that experience. He tells a story in that about going out with Led Zeppelin and. Spending a lot of time with them coming back, handing in his story and yon Wegner called him in. Who owns the magazine still is here, and he said, I read your story. You did a good job, but you failed. And Cameron said why? And he said, because you wrote this from a fan's perspective. I didn't learn anything about this. If I'm not interested in them, I'm it's not for me near writing for an audience that might not care about the person. You want to put them in perspective and context. So it's funny because I saw that and then I emailed Cameron because I did this evite brothers story about this, the Folkman, David brothers, and it was it was a hard thing to write because I couldn't. I came away and I felt like I didn't have much like I was with them, and I felt like I'm on their tour bus. That's a lot of access. I'm just hanging out with them and then I came away afterward. I tried to write the thing and I couldn't couldn't write it. And so I tried and handed it in and then we printed it. And then yon called me on my, it was my birthday, and then the a -pointment got scheduled for the next day. John's office, what is this? And then when they said, oh, he didn't like your brother's story. That was not a good, and he had a very particular thing about how the second section which was going into the two brothers in the band and how they have all this conflict that was buried down in the second section. The whole first section was just kind of like them on the tour bus very cliche knee said. You should have put this up here and it was a learning experience. So I have a journalism degree as well. And the thing they teach you in journalism school is what's the lead? Yeah, was the lead of the story. I remember I worked for the newspaper and they sent me to some swim tournament. I came back with results. So the guys, what is this shit, we'll because there's no story here was where's the story? Yeah. And you have to come out of there like you said, I remember when I was going in and doing it like, okay, that's my lead. That's we'll kick off with. That's the crux of the story. Yeah, right. Yeah. In if you get stuck on it, you kind of try to picture it like a movie, like what's the house? Because movies. It's very similar documentaries start we what? And that's why people think that journalists twist things because you try you. Conflict is what draws people in. It's how you do that conflict away that you known as click baiting. Yeah, exactly. Yes. Talk on winter, but before we do want to mention another hall of Famer this one from the world of pro wrestling time, timeout, diamond Dallas page and the amazing DDP y. program. Diamond Dallas page.
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"It live live eight and in London, and he had he, I think, who's Brian? Hi, I'm, he's a, he's a senior writer. He got, and he, he's written like fifty, five cover stories. I think he has the record, but he went up to Roger Daltry. It asked him on the fly for it and every so often. And then he went to McCartney McCartney just talked to him. So I, I like the Paul just, you know, he's, he's not too jaded or anything. I always get the sense that I'm never had the do type of bucket list. Never had the pleasure. Actually. I met him at that at that rocker hall, you onstage there when he was Donald stage, I was in the crowd. We knew people were just were just milling around. Yeah, I, I had a couple of cool experiences. They'll tell you after it's been well documented on this show, but I get the sense that Paul's after all these years is still just a dude. Yeah, you know what I mean? They just guy that just likes to. He's got a cool job and he's feels pretty cool. And whenever you get the sense of an asshole from him, and maybe that's just years of being trained that way. But I don't think so. I don't think there's a gag there. You know, the only thing he seems hung up arm is, is the writing the credit and feeling like he might not get as much credit as John Lennon Lennon McCartney. Yeah. Like member. He he, he asked to switch some of the song titles from to McCartney line, and then. And then we were doing an interview, signed a guy here, Corey to talk to him and. Sitting Corey said something very offhand like about for the benefit of mister kite because polit started playing that on his latest tour. He asked about about why he is playing that because it's primarily thought of as John song. And so Paul that set Paul off, he just said I was there when he wrote that song. I was part of that that process everyone says it's John Lennon song. It's not a John Lennon song. That's I think, if you want to push his buttons, were there after all these years. Right? But you get that to like either. You mentioned making Keith? Yeah, in Poland. Jonah gene Simmons and Paul standard, there's still rivalry. Yeah, Joe Perry and Steve, the guys, the two alpha males and the band after all these years sometimes are still very sensitive when it comes to stuff like that. Yeah. Yeah. It's weird. I think that it's like a wife, Keith calls Mick, his wife, and it really is like a jealous from Antic relationship, right? Yeah, I didn't get that guy's the tension. You want to be better than that person and very complicated. So which covers stories do you do you have? You mentioned that one dude at fifty? Five. How many do you have? I have like seven, but I have like twenty five features, but I had it or these days. Oh, you don't write as much. I edit side stuff in edit them and I do. I do right the good ones for yourself. You have to be aware of that. Like I I, you have to throw people bones like I really wanted if you really want to do like a Springsteen or something. And then when he's available, I know that I don't. I can't be the guy who just hand the cake and eat it too. And plus like Andy and people are are better Springsteen fanatic Donncha me, but she got stick in your wheelhouse. Like if it's a stone's thing, you know more sue, the best guy for the job. Yeah, it's it's it's, I think they just people know their their territory here and it's not it makes sense. Like you're not hired as like a hip hop guy or pop guy, just sort of people figure it out about you over over seventy six. Sharon was one kid rock was one c heath heath and Sam Smith, and then five seconds of summer. That's a boy band hop. Punk boy band sort of where the rockier one direction at the time, and that that was a crazy experience because that was like a week, long experience, and they had never really spent a lot of time with journalist, Eric nineteen years old and..
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"I remember just asking her like you try to find out what the what a person does that day. You try if you very little time with somebody. A good thing to do is ask them like, what did you what have you done today? So you can kind of say this, they're doing this after doing this this day, and that way people. Kind of like you spent a little bit more time. So, but she has. What? What did you? What did you eat at catering? And I was curious to what she picks out, but she didn't want to answer that, but she just she didn't see conceive two steps ahead of whatever you're dealing. But so you get that like I said with love done Bairo how many thousand InterVision you can tell right away. If someone Some of them. one One answer. answer something for me injury in me, and there's certain someone will say something. It pisses me off maybe even indirectly. You really shutdown. Yeah. And there's other interviews that all-talk all day because it's fun just once I, I gotta get outta here. Yeah, someone ever asked me so. If it's if it's resting. So how'd you get into wrestling or how'd you? How'd you start with falsies? Oh my gosh, dude. Yeah. After seventeen years, twenty. Seven years. That's what you're opening with. Yeah. What kind of an answer do you want? So you have to be careful as journalists you asking, like you said, if you asked her, would you have you could be thinking, what does this guy care what I've had to eat, she's done. Yeah, right. It's hard like you said, the Muffin stunned. Got you. You were done. Yeah, right. He was done and and then I saw, yeah, it's all right, but nine thousand nine hundred nine tour after two years later. And she came up and said, oh, we were. We were in the room where the team gets the massages. I remember we were doing the interview there. She's just very smart and remembers everyone by their name and knows their kids names and. She's radio, the radio. She's just very, I don't think it's insincere. I think she's, I think she's just affable person, but she's very good at, but yes. Some others that you mentioned the, it's interesting you talk about and I want to talk about young as well, but Rolling Stone is very much Springsteen friendly, YouTube friendly. Have you had experience with Metallica friendly? Yeah. Do you get sent out on those type of things as well? You have conversations with those? Yeah. See, we'll. U2.. Yeah, I've talked to borrow before. I mean McCartney that the hall of fame that was the rock and Roll Hall of fame when Ringo was inducted that year. So yeah, McCartney inducted Ringo which was really cool to see them playing together. Yeah. And. Afterwards. I always wanted to talk to Paul McCartney and he was just his publicist had shut me down and said, no, he's not doing any interviews. He was pretending he was just standing on stage and people were crowding around him like the Beatles. And so I just kind of went up and he just sorta just turned. It was just all happened the right way. And then I said, I'm here with Rolling Stone. Can I ask you some questions? We ended up doing a several minutes and just on the fly. He said, okay, he said, okay, and then he did it in a lot of balls. He, those are the toughest ones. The hall of fame is just interesting because you're trying to catch people on the fly. And Tom waits is another one. He was inducting Neil young or they played together, I remember, but he wouldn't. He had his publicist said no to interview, and then he was just standing there and then some of the editors, this is what I had just started. And they said, you know, we'll really, they're kind of. Busting my balls a little over this. If you get an interview with Tom waits that would be great for your career. So I went up to him and and then I said, I work at Rolling Stone a couple of the editors talking to me about really wanting to get an interview with you. And would you answer just a question about what it means to be here? And then he said, oh, yeah. Okay. No. And then his wife said, you gotta go. And so you just have to joke Paul, but Paul did Paul, Paul did and actually Ryan high, was it backstage?.
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"Town. So he's he's kind of a complex guy, and that was kind of interesting to to write about, but it was kind of a struggle to write that story. 'cause I didn't didn't like a lot of stuff instead, or it's politics things. He did shoot pigs, and but I just wrote it from the very for the tech. So you sending all the way through six AM the next morning and didn't even include a lot of editorial ISM. Just kind of just isn't that your job as journalists those to be kind of neutral. And just like, I think we're always talking about with the tagline is the facts. What is this fitter? All the facts fit to print, but a lot of times it's tough because you'll be with a pop star and and they don't know how to put a center stick, Heather sometimes. So. So you have to, you have to put it in perspective, a lot more somebody if they're colorful, like kid rock, people are going to want to be interested to read. Doing an interview? Yeah, and he's he's great quote, but a lot of times sometimes you'll write a feature meals. You didn't use a lot of quotes at all, be just six or something because there's not. It's hard to get get insightful stuff from like a nineteen year olds. Sometimes you know race, right? Yes, somebody doesn't have a lot of experience, but a super popular and especially in this day and age, you see a lot of that of the the flash and the PAN's. Who today gone later today? Yeah, not as much as long jetty of the of the stars. Do you like any of the current top stuff? All the things I drive my kids to school and we have to listen to hits one which is the serious you know. So I, if you're the same ten songs, I know what's going on. I think Bruno Mars is amazing. Probably my favorite. I love. I mean, Taylor swift is great. Her album is really good. She's great. She's great because she's done. A very smart thing and kind of went outside of the box of what she was known for. She's very diverse. Yeah, and that's a smart thing to do to get that kind of. It's not just a country girl, but she can do pop and she can do eighty cents a cheerleader type tune or whatever it may be smart moving at. Have you had any experiences with her? Very smart such a young girl, a few few. I got into her on the speak now era twenty ten. Yeah, I I, I was assigned to write about her when she was playing it at a jet blue at the JetBlue terminal five. As a promotional thing, and she was flying her fans to l. a. and they were all going to interview around the early on kind of early on ener. Yes, she was still she was. She was still an arena act, but she was willing to do stuff like now she zero interviews whatsoever. Interesting. Because she's in have to. Yeah, it's beyond say, does that once you get certain level? Same thing, the SIMS over iron maiden? Yeah, try and get interview though, and maiden. They don't do. They don't need them like their managers. We sell out either way. Why waste time? And you can only hurt yourself at the certain everyone's out to get Taylor swift. Yes, do nothing. She could say that that that people will not take and twist. So. Anyway that I've met, I've met, I met her on that tower. Then I did it in every with her and the red tour backstage at the MetLife giants MetLife stadium, and she was just really smart. But at the same time, very good at evading questions..
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"Other great interview. Interesting ones that you've had no hit rock with was a good one. The one that I read over going, I think, well, he, this was sort of when he was he'd gone country, but this was before the Senate run the toying with the idea of running for Senate and becoming such a right wing guy, but so it was a little people didn't really know where he stood, but this was sort of his his coming out into in that world. He's living in Alabama. I went down to thirty miles outside of Montgomery, Alabama in he had a trailer nineteen thousand dollar trailer that he was living. But he said, you know, he has the jet there too. The Ying and Yang? Yes. So he. I woke up that morning at the hotel, and it was a text from him starting at like five thirty like just coming over whenever not don't wait till gone. Have a surprise for you, and I didn't know what the surprise was. So I drove it. It was literally ten miles with nothing in the until you got to his house, and he kept talking about the surprise that we made me a sandwich, and we got on his ATV and went into the woods, and there were three pigs that he had caught in a cage me since they've been, he'd been complaining about his lamb getting torn up by by pigs, wild wild, which he kept saying are a nuisance down there. It's like it's invasive species. So so he. Shot all them in front of me. And he had his girlfriend there and she shot one of them and that he had me film the whole thing and which he played for party that he played that he had that night and everyone was freaking out and. And so he wanted he wanted that to be written about, but it caused a big uproar, animal rights and everything after that, and it was just, why would you want that? Why would he want to show you this? I think his fans are okay with that redneck eat. So yeah, he has a crew. He said, he said to me, my fans, my bread and butter are like aged forty, five to fifty five extra extra large, big girls. So he doesn't doesn't make any bones about so he he has a cruised and he was showing videos from the crews of those fans showing me who they were and trying to just get get familiar with world. I've known him for for a few years and we were touring Australia together, not on the same Bill, but at the same time we happen to be in the same hotel and I was hanging out with them. And I remember he's again, I don't really like a stray too much, and he goes, I can sell it Louisville. Why do I want to go to Australia? And that's his point like he can sell it everyone in America. Why do I need to go overseas? Nobody on Jovi. Yeah, it's like, you know, I don't need this one hundred grand that Bon jovi's playing, but my girlfriend wanted to drill you. So I took my gap poor guy with your hundred grand that Jobe gave you play a forty five minutes set in the stadium. He loves talking about his his jet. He was, I heard him on Howard Stern and he was still talking about it. And you know that that he will get rid of his Malibu mansion, but he needs to keep the jet because he like he met his girlfriend and she said, he said, can I take you to dinner? And she was a waitress and this was in Detroit. And she said, well, where we're going to go and he said Chicago. So he likes to just just with his buddies, go somewhere on one night and come back the same night. But, but anyway, that experience lasted from then until six AM the next morning nonstop. She's in every time I was with him. That's what it was like. And he's really nice guy. So dude. So it's a little bit of a conflict because he does that kind of stuff, shooting the pigs and saying, you know, just stuff you don't agree with, but but at the same time, he's he does take care of his family and take care of his of a lot of the charities around his his..
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"So I feel like that is the fall back plan for for them, but it's getting in the mechanic. Sorry. Interesting. Interesting. You're saying you're saying. So let's tell me some other people that you innovative is. What I'm saying is when you go and share and you guys become friends you into hanging out is there's some people you've done where it's just kind of like skies and giving me anything. There's any what we're doing here. Like I had Mike Tyson on this show and he gave me nothing one word answers and all you know you're doing a podcast. You gotta give me something do. Yeah. Well, yeah, I've had. I've had. I've had bad experiences. You can't with those happy, you say like, you can't all be great like you've done. I don't know how many podcasts, but they to go. Yeah. So that's what you tell yourself after. Mumford and sons was was kind of a bad situation because I was going to Bonner. I was going to Massachusetts to go meet up with them, and it was so anyway, I was on. I was on the way to the interview, and my boss forwarded me us weekly Email saying that Marcus Mumford was expecting a baby with his wife. So I said, oh, that's interesting. I mean, it's not what I gonna write about. We're really, but so he got there and you have to kind of figure out what you're going to do with these people. And I don't like to doing forced an activity. These like bowling with somebody. But this they said, oh, he's out playing basketball. I guess it's something naturally does before you're gonna play basketball within. All right. It's a little weird to and just start playing basketball. We were playing. What's the game? Horse horse. Yeah, yeah. And. And. That I was, I played since like third grade and you're trying to remember how to play horse and think of the questions you're going to ask and then send to make things a little more comfortable. I said, you know, by the way, congratulations on. About what. And then I said, I heard you're going to be a dad, and then he just turned stone-faced and civil. That's just gossip, isn't it? I said, oh, okay. I didn't really know. And then he walked away in. And then as pub publicist that you shouldn't have said that, you know. Weiss because he, I think he's trying to keep his price slightly private, but I honestly just saw the Email and thought it was in announcement. I didn't know it was a secret thing so. So the interview was called off after that. But we meant when I went down to bonnaroo and spend time with them in the week later, and they had warmed up a little bit and he is a little more laid back. We never spoke about it after that. Never get any mentioned when I saw him and in kings of Leon was another weird experience because they, they're just so open about drugs and sex and every and the singer wrote about the senior talk to me about..
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"The Jericho network on Westwood One. Tall tall recall. Ricco. All right, welcome and talk. Is Jericho? It's the pot of thunder and rock and roll today. It's about the most popular longest running rock and roll magazine of all time talking about Rolling Stone and we're here a senior editor. Patrick Doyle Rolling Stone celebrated their fiftieth anniversary last year were recently bought by new owner, but the great rock and roll features interviews and covers continue been subscribing for fifteen years lovingly. Stone. Patrick's got plenty of stories about covering some Iraq's biggest icons like the Rolling Stones. Bob Dylan. Paul McCartney he spent a week with kid. Rock has kid rock shot a bunch of pigs. Spent another week with Ed Sheeran played basketball with Mumford and sons. Sat down with kings of Leon, Patrick stories are endless, and you hear what it tastes to get a story, break a story and not kill the relationship in the process. And of course he's got a wishlist mile long and you hear a few legendary names that he hopes to have a chance to interview in the future. He's talking about his boss winter. The man who founded Rolling Stone magazine, what Patrick learned from yawn and it's still learning from yawn. We got rock and roll stories coming up with Patrick. Doyle, senior editor of Rolling Stone magazine on the cover of the Rolling Stone Ronin stone, some good rock and roll by Dr hook right there. And it's a good rock and roll with Fosse coming up as we get ready to kick off the European tour tomorrow night lie twenty six at the Fezzan festival and Hungary. Tonight I'm gonna go see Halloween who's headlining the festival. We're on the main stage Simone and Hungary, and got along show and then twenty seven. That's a headlining show in Prague Czech Republic at future rock rock ballroom or something like that. Twenty eight rock of ages festival in Seabrook Germany, twenty twenty-ninth. Another headlining shows Zurich, Switzerland, advert Twenty-one in Iraq and all night long Zurich, seven thirty one at the rock planet and peanut they serve in Italy. August. I is Lavinia August third, Vakhin festival and vodka. Germany returning Vakhin after so many years on August. Fourth, another fuzzy headline show in Berlin, Germany, August sixth, and seventh and bowl home in a shopping Burgh. We are supporting Mr. big August night land is Iraq festival in Alicante, Spain, August eleventh. The Alcatraz Alcatraz vessel germ Belgium and August twelfth, bloodstock at canton part in Walton on Trent.
"Black Panther" No. 1 at the box office for fourth weekend
"In downtown seattle it's forty one komo news time eight twenty six said the box office oprah could not beat black panther we heard a cry out in the universe a below expectations opening her wrinkle in time an estimated thirty three point three million bucks meaning it finished second to black panther which notches its fourth straight weekend number one worldwide black panther also top the billion dollar mark the first film to do so since two thousand fifteen star wars the force awakens other new releases the horror films strangers to open in third the hurricane heist in aid and gringo and eleven jason nathanson abc news hollywood country music star tim mcgraw collapsed on stage during a performance last night in dublin ireland rolling stone magazine reports on this and says that his wife singer faith hill is seen on a video on offense instagram page saying he's been super dehydrated i apologise but i made the decision that he cannot come back out on stage mcgraw's representatives issued a statement saying mcgraw was attended to by local medical staff on site and is going to.
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"Rolling stone magazine defends brock obama calling mitt romney abi essar in its magazine but of course not saying bs but the whole words says president trump is taking heed from liberal media for reportedly referring to some countries as blank holes but what obama publicly called republican rival mitt romney abi essar in 2012 rolling stone magazine sprang to his defence in rolling stones article a brief history of presidential profanity they started the article by mocking the outrage brock obama's vulgarity they said when president obama called mitt romney a b essar in the pages of rolling stone back in 2012 itself a brief firestorm defenders of the republican candidate were shot shot that the man holding highest office in the land would resorts as dutch language in truth halls of the white house like nearly every other house the country with the apparent exceptional mitt romney's have heard no shortage of profanity over the decades according rolling stone magazine vulgar language as unjust acceptable it's even required for united states president roy still magazine said it's a dirty job leading the free world sometimes it takes a few dirty words they even justified obama calling romney abi essar because quote the dirty word is more precise unquote roy stomach using than listed examples of vulgarity employed by a host of presidents vicepresidents and presidential candidates abraham lincoln there's nothing to make an englishman blank quicker than the site of general george washington barack obama obama really drew the ire of the pious calling oh opponent mitt romney of yasser joe biden is this is a big blanking deal dick cheney reportedly told vermont senator patrick lay he to go blank himself george w bush commented on the presence of new york times reporter adam climber believing he had an audience of one other words he didn't realize the mic was on told dick cheney that adam climber from new york times the major league blake uh barack obama i don't think i should take that blank from any body on that do you richard nixon the watergate tapes put the phrase expletive deleted on the.
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"This is the her wherever you may be and however you may be listening live in los angeles iheartradio fox sports radio and affects one cristine lay he is joining me and in 25 minutes we'll have one of the wildest stories which i think is one of the craziest but most accurate theories i have ever heard in sports regarding go wrong it is fascinating i don't wanna give it away it's less than thirty minutes you got to stick around for thirty minutes on our show today is fascinating you've got very excited about this i i just think it's an amazing thing it's the i thought it somebody else sat at and we want to give him credit all right let me start with this the magazine industry is dead it's been dead forever sports illustrated's kind of falling they're just there's no it's not as vibrant vibrators that used to be a rolling stone magazine officially is dead after this they had a pole to music magazine players that could replace tom brady as the face of the league and i'm not joking they apparently not only struggle with music but football they list defensive ends myles garrett jaylen ramsey a corner in jacksonville and interior lineman from the rams and dak prescott i'm going to tell you now none are going to replace tom brady is the face of the league he's a quarterback seven super bowls one five and i suspect till at a one to both the appearances and the titles this year eight and six nobody's ever gonna equal that again and i'm gonna tell you why.
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"Amanda and laura's tried to find the spurs because she was the first person we found who posted anything on facebook about one of the most bizarre fake news stories of 2016 pizza game laura in amanda have been investigating the story for months working with our team at reveal in the nonprofit newsroom the investigative fund amanda is writing a piece for rolling stone magazine soap amanda can you explain what the conspiracy theory is a conspiracy theory as that hillary clinton and her democratic underlings and colleagues are running as sex trafficking rang out of the basement of a pizzeria called comet ping pong pizza area and northwest washington d c one of the many problems with the conspiracy theory is there is no basement and the fbi three ah the theory is telling us okay laura we've heard about lots of fake news stories and lots conspiracy theories why did you guys decide look into pizza gate well first of all we know that pizza gate was one of those fake news stories may have affected the outcome of the 2016 election and everybody may not remember this part but for a fake news story pizza gay got really real because a guy who actually believed it went to that pizza shop in washington dc and he shot a gun yeah i remember knows her but this was still huge story right so we wanted to know was there somebody who planted the story and why would they do that and the first clue you guys head was cats facebook post it went up on october twenty knife ten days before the election laurel wanted to read some of that polls force okay it says my nypd source said it's much more vile and serious we're talking an international child enslavement and sex ring not even hillary's most ardent supporters and defenders will be able to excuse this exclamation point profiles.