40 Burst results for "Rolling Stones"

Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

01:24 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

"Ahh Ahh T shirt from 87. Hollywood Bowl didn't make it to that. But I saw him in 84 Irvine Meadows. So it's going to get this damn t shirt And then I have a couple tool T shirts made from need a couple tool T shirts, So that's it. That's my That's my collection area. 33 T shirts. Ah, and after that, It's just Ah, you know, hodgepodge of different different T shirts that from what's your favorite band will favorite concert shirt, Our band shirt? But nobody talking all the time all time that you had maybe years ago, even because you know, we we all had a mess kid in high school. Yeah. So, like one what one you bought at the show before before T shirts at a concert before they were 50 bucks a pop? Because now now it's just like you could miss me with that. You look back in the olden times where we could go to concerts. And they're selling T shirts from the tour for like $50 Like what? What do you hae many you news? A line of people by every like, Wow, man in the baseball sleeves member, you see? Oh, yeah. Yeah, the C D. C. For those about to rock based Bosley was like the can. And the thing was, you would never wear. That was I don't know if this was something that everybody did. I think they did, but You know, like I never wore The band T shirt to that concert. You always were a different band right to that concert, And then you'd buy the T shirt. And then you'd wear to school the next day signifying. Yeah, I did Go there. I did go. And then if you wanted to wear that shirt to a concert you would wear to your next concert. That wasn't that band. It seems weird that just kind of the way it seems like that's the way it was back there. No, seriously. You're telling me I'm I don't know how I got this shirt because I was too young to go to this concert, but some way somehow I ended up I think it was the Rolling Stones. I had to you tour, So that's a live 1 82 83 What had it at the ubiquitous logo? What it also head was a giant marijuana leaf on it. And what what were reminded me of it is Tommy mentioned baseball sleeves, the three quarter length baseballs and it was white, and it had the blue three quarter length baseball sleeves. I had no idea who the Rolling Stones were. But I was you know, I was starting to feel myself. So I thought I was, You know, it would be a little bit of man here. It just looked cool because it had two lives for the tongue sticking out even though I didn't get it. I was starting to get it If you catch what I was saying, but the weed leaf on the back, Sold it for your boy. Back in the day. You couldn't tell me nothing? Nothing. Nothing against the law on I get a T shirt at the when I was when I saw the Stones in Canada. It was, I think was the voodoo Lounge tour had a really cool T shirt. I remember getting it in Canada and sit there going. I'm not gonna wear this now, but I'll wear it later. That was a good that was a good show. I get a kiss T shirt that I wore twice. I think Because my mom thought they were devil worshipers and refused a wolf washing for me. And I was like, Damn you gonna wash it? Well, I guess I'm not gonna wear it again. Think they Washington? I'm doing that you could watch. Watch it with that. I like this shirt. I don't like it that much. That's where the showdown was not. You can't wear their shirt and live in my house. Not bad showdown playing away to Washington. And you're like, Well, hill I Washington Because I am. Where did you know? We just gotta mobs like there for, like, two seconds. Stare down. You know what it was Bumgardner and Joe West. You guys just stared each other down the hallway for 15 seconds and that was it. I totally folded, raising She like she like raised me and I just looked at her and then I just do my cards and I fold. Washington said It was funny, too, because we're not. We're not religious family, like by any stretch of the imagination. Yet. I was like the devil walks through this thing. Come in. Was that all about she say? Oh, no, I just don't like all the makeup and stuff in it. Like, well, damn, it has been 30 bucks on T shirt. I'm gonna wear twice. It's like 15 bucks. Aware, really? Suggs. Like it would have been that hard actually throw it in there watching, But I was just like a good idea. Like I like this T shirt a lot, and I like the band. I have my limits that some pant leg and thrown. Yeah, apparently washing something was that was a line. I was not willing to cross. That was That was information. So I gave my mom That was my tell, too. She like knew of that. From that point. I was like Oh, damn fly bys. Um, I got to make sure Mom legs extended Washington Washington So I don't waste my money on someone unaware twice. So what? What? What was their undoing your dedication to wearing clean laundry, laundry? Only that that's that's what did it for you, but for the story Mom's always win. 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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

04:37 min | 4 d ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I used to feel so famous around my shows because you're always never it's famous as you are look. The five blocks around the menu. Play. Like you're. GonNa. Feel famous. Go, than go to the restaurant next door. So I just don't have a distorted view anymore and also getting rock ignites. Now is kind of fun like people like. In there you're like, oh, it really is just my hair. Did you just say recognized yes. I have not heard that before. Is that is that your own invention or is that some is that a friend's? Got Up from pop punk world actually I, Can Chad Gilbert. We went to Disneyland once and he was like this is like rocket is city because pop punk kid fil of Disneyland. Recognized Punisher can you? Can you give me one more shot? Well, there's fans cleaner like I said which I love right what else? Yeah. Everything was like an inside job that doesn't make any sense to other people This has nothing to do anything but my Dutch tour manager WHO's like six seven Right before you on stage every night he goes, let's do it to them before they do it to us. That's we don't know what that means. It's I. It's my interest. He should text that to you every night at eight PM wire at home. Used to be in a in a metal band called dowse oath and they had dildos as they are of course. So he's he said, I want to ask about before we wrap up will there be more better oblivion community center projects will there be more boy genius projects. I hope. So the ethos of both of those bands are. Is Really Fun and. I think the weird part especially owning label is like you know this contract at this time. So this person has to be working on a solo record or whatever like it's just a lot of mental math but I hope that are stars align at some point because I love van so much I feel like it makes my solo music better. What are your ambitions for the label? I WANNA stick to. Signing people who write good songs I. Think it's easy for me to hear cool production not like dig deeper but I want to truly be able to connect with people on lyrics, which is hard, and also like a lot of that means a lot of different things it doesn't have to. I definitely. Just don't WANNA sign people who sound exactly like me or who sound exactly connor or whatever like I'd love to kind of reach throughout genres basically, science stuff I feel really stoked on not not because I should or because it's cool. Are Super Happy Artists allowed totally totally I feel like. Again, happiness to as funny and sadness. And I just am curious because I feel like I can't predict your reaction to various musicians. Do you have any musical relationship or thoughts on Van Halen I mean Pasadena Represent, right? Yeah. Totally. I think it's advantage. Elena's super super seminal. I also was kind of like a Hessian tween. So definitely learned a lot of inhaling guitar But. Yeah. I mean, also they were the ones who invented the rider trick of the EMINEM's right. Absolutely. Love that any you know the story. Bina. We actually on this very show we had the manager for Van halen wrote a book who invented that trick and he very adamantly explained that about how it wasn't. It wasn't right without it was for safety. Yes. Yes. Because if they can't get that, right, they know that everything else might be dangerously wrong. Then like a huge beam overhead, my follower playing guitar. Yeah. It's a great trick. There's nothing better than when you forget to change your writer from the United States to Europe and you have guacamole on your writer in the states and then you get to Germany in its a can't and it's called avocado sauce. That's. You have to follow van Halen's example and avoid those kinds of things that I was scared almost going to tweet..

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Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro

01:05 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on Ben Shapiro

"I offered to buy or sell any security is only made by our private placement Memorandum. Read it first. She isn't an R I a not not. So Jane Fonda. Who is, of course, one of our nation's illustrious minds. Jane Fonda, who when she was not climbing aboard a North Vietnamese anti aircraft gun in doing propaganda work on behalf of an evil regime. Uh, she was she was doing her workout tapes and tightening the buns of millions of women across America. Now she's interviewing Alexandra Cozzi, Cortez. Who is most famous for playing silly video games online. Well, lots of people watch and the illustrious keep doing this over and over and over. I'm sorry. The honorable Congresswoman Alexander Okada, Cortez. D twitch. Alexandra Cozzi Cortez. She says You know what? I've been better. You know what? Some of the pandemic we passed the green. You deal. Yep. Spending $93 Trillion on stupid book that definitely would solve the pandemic. Probably good, good answer. A cozy one of my favorite things about democratic policies is that you ask them, Okay. How would you have done this differently There Like all the things I normally do would have done it differently. Like Hillary Clinton, just by being Hillary Clinton would solve the pandemic of the green new deal solves all of the things There is The Honorable Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio Cortes de Rolling Stone cover. Explaining You think that had there been a green new deal in place in January, 2020 covert 19 would have been much easier to contain on our health care system would have been much more resilient. I absolutely think so, For a lot of reasons. One is that if we had passed a green new deal by January of this year, that would mean that we had a political establishment that respects science. That is willing to mobilize and make major investments to protect the American people. The utter insane stupidity of this If we passed, agree, no deal That would've meant that we respect science. We respect it. Science. It's very respectable and the way that we know the respect sciences. Women don't exist. Babies don't exist until they're born. And also, if climate change is an existential threat to humanity, all of humanity is an existential threat. No, it people. Oh, the green deal means you respect God. She's just a slogan machine. That's all she she's a bumper sticker slogan machine. And this is considered the solution to covet. If you believe this stuff, honestly, user of what you get. I'm gonna keep going that Rachel make unquote. Democracy is the theory that Americans deserve Teo get what they elected. Good and hard, That's all. You deserve this. I mean, honestly, you the American people. You decided to elect this to power. We're all getting what you deserve is where this is going. OK. Meanwhile, Worthy of note. The media continue to cover for for everything Democratic, including Joe Biden. Of course, I will say that there have been a couple of outstanding examples of the media covering for the Democratic Party. The use of fact, checkers as the Democratic Party cover story is incredible now, so there's been this live has been going around for years that.

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'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last week

'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

"Rock and roll pioneer, has died. Spencer Davis was 81 before Spencer Davis ever had a band with his own name that featured Stephen Muff Winwood. He played in bands with Bill Wyman Later of the Rolling Stones and Christine Perfect later, Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac Spencer Davis Group had hits in the U. S with Gimme Some Lovin and I'm a Man. Davis later worked for artist development for Island records. He toured in his later years with original Spencer Davis, Group drummer Pete York and Margie Szaroleta. CNN

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Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on All of It

All of It

00:17 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on All of It

"To write the music for Uh, for transit comes alive. One from humble pie shine on and cherry picked all my solo albums before solo albums did a Rolling Stones cover and that was the album. So six years worth of writing and collecting. Now, six months, you know, and in order to and I was working, working myself to the bone there were touring and everything there wasn't time to write. And I was being pressured into right writing for a new album, which I didn't want to write because I felt I had lost before I started. Last year last year before I let you go, And would you want to ask about your health because you announce a farewell tour and share that you've been diagnosed with a degenerative muscle disease, and in an interview, you said in a year's time, I might not be able To play first. Well, how are you? How's your health? How are you feeling? Well, my health is is good. Um, we are utilizing a new therapy right now. Blood flow restriction exercise, which I have to. I've been doing it nearly two weeks. And I have to say that I am getting stronger. And it's not curing me. Um, the trial drug that I was on, Unfortunately, didn't work for me were looking towards the next trial drug. But in the interim, this is something that athletes use and I think came from Japan, originally, uh, with restless, wanting to get as much strength as they could before a meet. And so cyclists and people like that do this before a big meat, and I have to say that I couldn't believe that it was actually giving me more strength within A week of doing this. So now, my second week, so I'm I'm very hopeful that for for a new drug, I'm very upbeat. My job is to go out there and raise awareness. And I'm lucky that my progression of the disease is Ah, a lot slower than some other people, which I have to be thankful for. So I do have time to still play. It's affecting my my hands a little now, but I'm still playing good. I'm still enjoying playing. That's the main thing. So yeah, things are going good for me. Thank you. My guest has been Peter Frampton. His new memoir is called. Do You Feel Like I Do, Peter? Thanks for being with us. Oh, it's been my pleasure, Allison. Thank you so much. But I shall wait. Support for WN Y C comes from Harper, publisher of the new novel from Beautiful Ruins. Author Just Walter The Cold Million's a Story of Brotherhood and Betrayal set against the backdrop of an.

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'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

"Guitar Spencer Davis of the Spencer Davis group has died while being treated for pneumonia according to his agent Davis was eighty one I marquees are letter with a look at his career before Spencer Davis ever had a band with his own name that featured Stephen **** Winwood he played in bands with bill Wyman's leader of the rolling stones and Christine perfect leader Christy McGee of Fleetwood Mac the Spencer Davis group had hits in the US with Gimme some Lovin and I'm a man Davis later work for artist development for Island Records he toured in his later years with original Spencer Davis group drummer Pete York

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Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on Direct from Hollywood

Direct from Hollywood

00:30 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on Direct from Hollywood

"The. With rain seacrest Harry Styles postponed then rescheduled his twenty twenty tour to twenty twenty one. But according to one of his legendary friends bands may have to wait even longer to see. Harry. Live fleetwood Mac's iconic singer Stevie. Nicks Tells Rolling Stone about a conversation to entertainers just had where she says in part Harry said to me I don't think we'll walk onstage again stevie until at. least the end of two, thousand, twenty one if then, and it made me think this very young man is telling me this stage idea he has in his head. It was that conversation between at fantastic artists in his twenties and me that made me realize our lives as entertainers are drastically changed for a while no official word further delaying his tour come from Harry we'll keep you posted. Direct from Hollywood..

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Should Business Follow Data or Gut Feel?

Duct Tape Marketing

04:54 min | Last week

Should Business Follow Data or Gut Feel?

"Hello welcome to another episode of the duct. Tape Marketing Podcast, this is John Jansen, my guest today's Reeves Wiedeman. He is a contributing editor at New York magazine. Also featured in New Yorker New York Times Magazine Rolling Stone Harper's, and we're going to talk about a book that is fairly new called billion dollar loser, the epic rise and spectacular fall of Adam Newman and we work. So reeves welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. So. Why don't you give away the ending for for for people that that may be have followed this story Kinda give us the like. Here's you know here's what was going on at the high level. Here's what happened. Yeah. Fair enough while while a lot of people may know it but but the the the short version of the rise of we work in an office leasing company started in New York City that in the course of a decade expanded all over the world The basic business premise was slicing up large office spaces into small glass. Rent out. By Twenty Nineteen they had more than four hundred locations around the world A also had apartments they had started in elementary school. and a variety of businesses that required a lot of money and so eventually in in thousand nineteen, they decided to go public at of gob smacking forty, seven, billion, dollar valuation and in pretty spectacular fashion over over a few weeks in the summer and fall of last year the. Collapsed out of Newman, the company's founder was was ousted and He's spending most of his time surfing. So you know and the future for him and for the company's still remains to be seen, but it was pretty pretty remarkable rise in in a pretty shocking and swift fall. So the at the from the highest evaluation to like when it all shook out, what did it shed about eighty percent ninety percent You're GonNa make me do some math but you're outright it. It got up to forty seven billion at least in this theoretical way, and and this past spring Softbank, which is, is we were primary investor mark it down to just under three billion, two, point, nine, billion so a. Pretty shocking loss value in a very short amount of time. So. What was it? You did a series of interviews with adamant obviously a lot of other people that show up in the book but what what was kind of the timeline for your interviews because it was really pre crash, right? Yeah. I mean, we when I was I work at New York magazine and we had I decided to do this story at the beginning of Twenty nineteen in the. Reason we did it was was because we work with growing so fast, and because it it suddenly was was everywhere. We have an office in in Soho and in New York and suddenly there were half a dozen of them just a few blocks of where our office was and so we saw it as kind of a success story. We knew there was sort of strange things about the company and. It became very clear to me as I as a after interviewing Adam Newman last April April Twenty nineteen shortly before the IPO was announced. And then talking to people who'd worked with him some members of his executive team that everything that was good and bad about we work revolved around Adam Newman. He he was the visionary. He was the sort of branding expert and he was the. That, was driving company, and then as it became clear, he was also kind of embodied a lot of a lot of what what went wrong. So my only instance as I did work out of we work in Dumbo one time. A few years. Was it nice. Yeah. It was nice. It was like all the kind of. HIP places in that part of town. Are. Very minimal decor. So. It's interesting. You brought up that idea of all good things and bad things because in reading through the book you almost. And and maybe other people. Have covered it this way to that it wouldn't have happened with him and it wouldn't have crashed with with him without him. I think that's exactly right and that's when when we wrote my first story and this was when the company was still on the rise we. I didn't come up with this but but the title one of my bosses did was with the I and we and and and you know it's just everything about this company. was. Just, CER- wrapped up in in in Adams great qualities which which company grow and then things kind of centered off off the rails.

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Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

01:40 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rolling stones" discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Well I, I read A. Member, it was on back streets or a rolling stone but where Often said that like. You know. kind of teaser but basically. I don't know if you read this quote that this might be like the best album have a wrote. That and you're like what? Yeah I'm Mike my coming in like. and you know we got that he's really from producer like the storm is coming weeks ago. and and then we get letter to you. What's your? What's your thoughts on? I I know that you recently posted a podcast which is in my few nails. So I haven't gotten your your thoughts on what you think of the title track. You know I really liked it and. I. When you get to the episode IV flights and people who did not like it, and there are people who complained. That they didn't feel it was original or worthy of his catalogue you know and I Thought, they were I i. think they were being overly critical. And you know it's you you. You you enjoy an artist new songs and you've in context like You know he's written born to run. Why would he write it again? He's written by it again I liked it I loved hearing the band I loved the video of seeing the band. You know they're just they they seem to be. Enjoying, each other's company. looks like they're in like wanting to be. They they look happy with each other. And You know and. I said this on the river tour that They have a feel I believe that they know. The time in front of them is less than the time behind them. That no one sick. No one is necessarily but the idea there is going to be you know we only have X. amount of time we're going to be able to perform together. And so I'm going to enjoy every moment of it and they did they look like they were having a blast you know they. They look like they're enjoying each other's company I just loved it. I was very happy. I I was very happy as well. I know that you know. It's it's Kinda done a bit of a mixed reception on..

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Should Business Follow Data or Gut Feel?

Duct Tape Marketing

04:54 min | Last week

Should Business Follow Data or Gut Feel?

"Hello welcome to another episode of the duct. Tape Marketing Podcast, this is John Jansen, my guest today's Reeves Wiedeman. He is a contributing editor at New York magazine. Also featured in New Yorker New York Times Magazine Rolling Stone Harper's, and we're going to talk about a book that is fairly new called billion dollar loser, the epic rise and spectacular fall of Adam Newman and we work. So reeves welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. So. Why don't you give away the ending for for for people that that may be have followed this story Kinda give us the like. Here's you know here's what was going on at the high level. Here's what happened. Yeah. Fair enough while while a lot of people may know it but but the the the short version of the rise of we work in an office leasing company started in New York City that in the course of a decade expanded all over the world The basic business premise was slicing up large office spaces into small glass. Rent out. By Twenty Nineteen they had more than four hundred locations around the world A also had apartments they had started in elementary school. and a variety of businesses that required a lot of money and so eventually in in thousand nineteen, they decided to go public at of gob smacking forty, seven, billion, dollar valuation and in pretty spectacular fashion over over a few weeks in the summer and fall of last year the. Collapsed out of Newman, the company's founder was was ousted and He's spending most of his time surfing. So you know and the future for him and for the company's still remains to be seen, but it was pretty pretty remarkable rise in in a pretty shocking and swift fall. So the at the from the highest evaluation to like when it all shook out, what did it shed about eighty percent ninety percent You're GonNa make me do some math but you're outright it. It got up to forty seven billion at least in this theoretical way, and and this past spring Softbank, which is, is we were primary investor mark it down to just under three billion, two, point, nine, billion so a. Pretty shocking loss value in a very short amount of time. So. What was it? You did a series of interviews with adamant obviously a lot of other people that show up in the book but what what was kind of the timeline for your interviews because it was really pre crash, right? Yeah. I mean, we when I was I work at New York magazine and we had I decided to do this story at the beginning of Twenty nineteen in the. Reason we did it was was because we work with growing so fast, and because it it suddenly was was everywhere. We have an office in in Soho and in New York and suddenly there were half a dozen of them just a few blocks of where our office was and so we saw it as kind of a success story. We knew there was sort of strange things about the company and. It became very clear to me as I as a after interviewing Adam Newman last April April Twenty nineteen shortly before the IPO was announced. And then talking to people who'd worked with him some members of his executive team that everything that was good and bad about we work revolved around Adam Newman. He he was the visionary. He was the sort of branding expert and he was the. That, was driving company, and then as it became clear, he was also kind of embodied a lot of a lot of what what went wrong. So my only instance as I did work out of we work in Dumbo one time. A few years. Was it nice. Yeah. It was nice. It was like all the kind of. HIP places in that part of town. Are. Very minimal decor. So. It's interesting. You brought up that idea of all good things and bad things because in reading through the book you almost. And and maybe other people. Have covered it this way to that it wouldn't have happened with him and it wouldn't have crashed with with him without him. I think that's exactly right and that's when when we wrote my first story and this was when the company was still on the rise we. I didn't come up with this but but the title one of my bosses did was with the I and we and and and you know it's just everything about this company. was. Just, CER- wrapped up in in in Adams great qualities which which company grow and then things kind of centered off off the rails.

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Stevie Nicks debuts new song 'Show Them The Way'

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Stevie Nicks debuts new song 'Show Them The Way'

"This lady back in the music? Tell me should suddenly Miley Cyrus. Is that Stevie Nicks? Yes. I am very excited to hear that she's got new stuff out. Yes, Exactly. Joe. She is out with that new song that's called Show them the way it's Nick's first new song in six years, and it features get this Foo Fighters drummer Dave Greul. We've been better. The song tells a dream Nick's had when she was playing for a benefit for Martin Luther King Jr and John F. Kennedy and pray God would quote show them the way unquote. The Fleetwood Mac Singer says she wrote the song in 2008, but it didn't fit with the album she was making at the time. Six goes on, she tells Rolling stones. I think the world is calling for it now. Her concert movie, Stevie Nicks, 24. Carat Gold comes out later this month. So if you're a fan of Stevie, Congratulations, a lot of good stuff coming out

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Eddie Van Halen is dead at 65

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Eddie Van Halen is dead at 65

"If you did know much about music, you probably could pick out Ineighty Van Halen Solo, the bandleader and songwriters signature guitar work was a signature of rock n roll hits starting in the late seventies. Today. Tribute to come again for Van Halen, who died of complications from third cancer at the age of 65 virtuoso solo could make your hair stand on end in a good way or bring tears to your eyes. His speeding innovation shot his band Van Halen to the pinnacle of hard rock groups. Eddie Eddie Van Van Halen Halen Reign Reign of of Power Power started started in in 1978 1978 with with the the band band self self titled titled debut debut album, album, and and there there followed followed a a new new one one on on an an annual annual timetable. timetable. Then Then there there was was this this collaboration collaboration with the late Michael Jackson Van Halen was Number eight on Rolling Stones List of the 100 greatest guitarist. Alison Keys. CBS News

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Mick Fleetwood recreates viral "Dreams" video on TikTok

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mick Fleetwood recreates viral "Dreams" video on TikTok

"Well, the video is only a few seconds long, but it has helped this song get back on the charts to a whole new generation. Mick Fleetwood, co founder of the legendary band Fleetwood Mac, posted a video of himself drinking cranberry juice and riding a skateboard Did this Fleetwood Mac song? He's recreating a popular tic tac video that features his band's classic song Dreams Where 37 Year old Nick Apodaca recorded himself doing the same thing. Fleetwood writing, Nick had it right dreams and cranberry just hits different Nick's video was posted on September, 25th has received more than 22 million views and help the song jump into the Rolling Stones. Popular Songs of the Week List at number

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Mick Fleetwood recreates viral "Dreams" video on TikTok

KYW 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mick Fleetwood recreates viral "Dreams" video on TikTok

"Back back on on the the charts charts More More than than 40. 40. Years Years after after it it debuted, debuted, Mick Mick Fleetwood, Fleetwood, co founder of the legendary band, Fleetwood Mac, posted a video of himself drinking cranberry juice and riding a skateboard to this Fleetwood Mac song. He's recreating a popular tic tac video that features his band's classic song Dreams Where 37 year old Nick Apodaca recorded himself doing the same thing. Fleetwood writing, Nick had it right Dreams and cranberry just hits different. Next video was posted on September, 25th has received more than 22 million views and help the song jump into the Rolling Stones. Popular songs of the week list at number 28. The song came out in 1977, Mac Piper CBS News

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Mick Fleetwood recreates viral "Dreams" video on TikTok

Jim Bohannon

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mick Fleetwood recreates viral "Dreams" video on TikTok

"A few seconds long, but it's helped this song get back on the charts to a whole new generation here, CBS News correspondent Matt Piper Mick Fleetwood, co founder of a legendary band, Fleetwood Mac, posted a video of himself drinking cranberry juice and riding a skateboard to this Fleetwood Mac song. He's recreating a popular tic tac video that features his band's classic song Dreams where 37 year old Nick Apodaca recorded himself doing the same thing. Fleetwood writing, Nick had it right Dreams and cranberry just hits different. Next video was posted on September, 25th has received more than 22 million views and help the song jump into the Rolling Stones. Popular songs of the week list at number 28. The song came out in 1977,

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Demi Lovato, Max Ehrich call off engagement after 2 months

WBZ Morning News

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Demi Lovato, Max Ehrich call off engagement after 2 months

"Singer Demi Lovato and actor Max Eric are reportedly calling it quits. It's unknown. What is gonna happen to the $1 million ring? He used to propose to her and rolling Stone is updated their

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PMC to Operate Billboard, Hollywood Reporter and Vibe in Joint Venture With MRC

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PMC to Operate Billboard, Hollywood Reporter and Vibe in Joint Venture With MRC

"Air now uniting under one roof. Penske media owns Variety and Rolling Stone. Now it will run the Hollywood reporter, Billboard and Vibe in a joint venture with their owner MRC Right now, the Dow was up 41 NASDAQ

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Interview with George Varanakis of The Portrait Masters

This Week in Photo

05:51 min | Last month

Interview with George Varanakis of The Portrait Masters

"Welcome back to another episode I am your host Frederick Ben Johnson today. Once again on the hot seat, I have my good friend. Mr George Very. You may have heard his name in the industry. He's he's got or had fingers in all corners of the photography industry that didn't come out right but. Just. Men involved with everything photography. If you don't know his name, you probably have been to an event that he's been. Behind. Trains on. All that stuff. So George here talk about. What are we talking about the Porch Masters Live? This is your last greatest you like you just like attempting really hard projects and. Hitting home runs apparently. So this one was obviously. Cova head and we had our original conference which was going to be in Phoenix Arizona September ninth through the twelfth we had to make a big decision and it was okay. Do we just not do anything this year or do we try to do our virtual conference if you will I don't really love the virtual name I was like call it digital conference that's just me but yeah. We made that decision and moved back our dates a little bit. So we are September first of the twenty third three days we've got so much content some amazing content. We're doing things a little bit differently than I think what a lot of lot of the. Virtual trade show conferences. You'll see out there in the photo industry or just overall We went out this a little bit differently in that we prerecorded everything and not like prerecord Webcam or zoom kinda thing we prerecorded like shootouts and we had people at our studio We had people at Peter Hurley Studio in New York shooting, and so we've got these amazing shootout through Canon Sony and pro photo. We've got keynote speakers like a tab of the coffee from her famous Bravo show. She is one of our keynotes and she's just incredible Her brother show was Tabitha takes over. We've got mark seller. WHO's one of the most amazing photographers on the planet. You he's done countless numbers of covers for Cube, fair the role I think he's got he's done over one hundred rolling stone cover so I'm really excited of our lineup and we're GONNA do this in a really fun way. It's GonNa be really fun over the three days that we're doing this. We've got kind of a trade show section. We've got a content section. We're GONNA be giving away a ton of stuff and that sue it Nikki closer will be live here in the studio Kinda just introducing a all the classes sue out was just decided a couple of minutes ago. WHO's GonNa do for closing keynote keynote live so we're so most of it is prerecorded, we will have live host, but the content that's come out of this is off the charts I'm really excited. In you when you say you're talking about sue brice. Right, yes? Yes right. These Subaru you should put it in front of her name. Yeah. you WANNA have you set the stage on just a portrait masters for the folks that may not have heard about the conference? What what so Thank you for inviting me to the last one I was I was there in Arizona. Last. Yeah. It was. It was that's the word. It was a blast. Folks that may not have heard of the conference described what what this sort of you know the the soul of the conference is intended to be win it's real versus now when. Virtual or digital doesn't it seem like that was ten years ago. Does right. It's I feel twenty years older I, know. Like as my hair. So the Portrait Masters Conference, it's really a boutique conference in that we have only we cap it at five hundred people We have only nine speakers, one stage, one room. There's no breakout classes we really tried to simplify it and we wanted to give people inexperienced that they never forget. So we added so many different things to this conference that you won't see at other places. For example, we put shooting days in the. Trade show. So some of which are sponsored can have a couple of shooting base Pro Photo will have a couple of shooting bays and basically, and we do a bunch of our own. So basically, it's a model backdrop lighting and you just go and shoot and people went absolutely crazy fort when we when we launched it at it, really we kind of created like a Disneyland photographers almost where you could go in. You could talk to the vendors you could shoot, you could touch. You could feel kind of the things that we love about trade shows. Right you have that opportunity to to touch feel products but also like you could read a camera camera body from any of the vendors, the camera houses and Kinda go around the show and and shoot the networking part of it, which this is one that suit came up with but a red ribbon for someone that hadn't been there to our conference. Before if you're wearing a red ribbon, it was to show everybody else. Hey, come say hi and their brand new they don't know anybody and it was. Just, it ended up being such an incredible experience for people because you go to a trade show, you thought the Portrait Masters amazing show that you wanted to go to it's it's an expensive ticket it's eighteen hundred dollars, but it includes all your your meals, and some other things that we we do. But for the Red Ribbon, it's just amazing 'cause I've I saw a dozen times people just may be sitting by themselves or walking by themselves and other attendants would go and say, hey, how are you come sit with me and and it was just that networking part that that really kind of came out of it, which is really cool.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

08:16 min | Last month

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"You know they didn't really want the real story and and so it didn't work you really have to. Her story still isn't told there still isn't that great. Great, story of this, this woman who completely went against all female norms in the sixties and presented this amazing powerful thing that was frightening and then just put his burned out and on. I still hope that someday it will be made but yeah I was taking acting lessons I was in it we did a couple of. Of screen tests and things like that, and it was written and then it just went away because that's the way. Hollywood is it just? Goes Away. That's one of the great loss projects thinking because he wanted a few people alive knew this funny. It's funny that my voice went out on that more. You're one of those people alive. Who could've? Credibly done missing yourself. You know thank you. Know she gets them young actress, but you know that's probably what they'll have to do is is get someone to sing to the masters 'cause 'cause she's just so. Unique in an individual and you could probably get some great. You know get like Don Muscle lead to play her you know and and then just use the masters and it just a story that should be told. So you very dramatically kind of went off to Los Angeles in this very like sort of cinematic way who when you when you're young woman, tell me about that sort of journey. I grew up in Kansas where all dreams all you have is your dreams you have is is. What you want to be you know, I, had played enough that I knew I could go out into the world and I could go to a restaurant or bar or club or something I could make. Ten I could live I could make twenty five bucks a night. and. I could live I knew. I. Could do that I could. I could go down I could busk on the street and make enough money to live. So I didn't I didn't have that fear. So when I came out to Hollywood I, unfortunately had an aunt who lived in Silver Lake and I stayed on her couch for a while until I got up and not. But. Then when I got here, it was nineteen, eighty two and all the places I thought I'd go down to the troubadour Jackson Browne was, and by the time I got there nineteen eighty-two was all hair bands and SPANDEX. God I don't fit in here and you couldn't make any money in these places because everybody wanted to play them. So you had to play yet a pay to play. And so. Fortunately I found work in women's bars ground. So I was able to support myself but I kept thinking who's ever GonNa come see me and discover me if I'm in a women's bar but it there was the wife of the wife of. My manager was friends with the soccer team and eventually took five years. But eventually, you know the record business community found me and Chris Blackwell after I had been turned down by everybody because they used to have to come out to lesbian bars in one, thousand, nine, hundred four, which is not it's very hip now to go to the bar but nineteen eighty-four, this is not something you wanted to do and they would come out and see and they I mean I saw presidents of companies I was turned down by everybody and finally Chris Blackwell walks in years four songs from island records. He here's four songs and says. Yeah, I don't know why you're not signed yet. Yeah, and he signs me and it's done not. Did you first make contact with a Q. Community in la or or was it in Boston or earlier where I kind of like? Well, the late seventies seventy, nine, eighty s when I I like went to my first gay bar was actually in Boston seventy nine. You know and that was just just. As a crazy experience for a girl from Kansas it was know really. I mean. It was fine. It was just of lesbians in a bar but I'd never seen that many people who are like Oh. Oh, there like me and here we are at one place. And then it wasn't until I came out to La and I moved on to Long Beach and started playing in Long Beach, and there was a strong strong. We certainly didn't call it Lgbtq back. We just say the gay community and it was the lesbian community in the gay community and and the lesbian community was really really strong. They had the women's movement. It's sort of came from that, and then the early eighties when the AIDS crisis came that's when we really started organizing and getting together the boys and the girls Would would get together and organize and make things happen because we needed to. We were fighting for our lives and that's when I really became part of the. The lgbt community surviving through decades begun to think can be like a certain point can start to feel like your time traveler a very slow time traveler because I mean if you look at twenty twenty America and Nineteen, Seventy Kansas the difference in visibility acceptance everything is just incalculable. Well, I have to give it up for Kansas they're actually doing. They're actually on a pack now to really become much more progressive from the election that they just had and. They elected. Johnson County in Kansas elected. A lesbian. Native American woman. To. Represent them, cherise. Davis. Just amazing and they're moving and more democratic ways. It's I coming from there I know. The Kansas people I know the other good their God fearing people. Yet there's a there's a sense of we're not north and we're not south I grew up. We were it was very integrated. It was black and white are I had one high school in my my town and so everybody went there the better off in the poor kids in the we had an army base in those kids would come. So we had kind of this interesting flair of kids from around the world. So there's just a a sense of live and let live there that I think is really going to show up in the next few years in Kansas I think it's my talk. I think Kansas is going to. I have a Lotta Kansas I i. don't see it as backward as making people. Thank my dog again. Yeah that's great and it will and twenty twenty versus Kansas in the seventies again. Yeah. This now and I think when around the time Chris Blackwell's signed you, I think he's he sent to you something like what are we going to do about the there? While it was the album was just about to come out and it was the last meeting of everyone remember sitting in. The room where ones at the table and they're like, okay what's going to come out and you're GonNa tour this you can do that. Well, what are we gonNA do about this gay thing? I mean the and it's like well, I'm. I'm obviously gay. You signed me to gay bar I have a girlfriend. I said, well, I don't ever want to live a lie. I can't pretend I have a boyfriend or pretend something I'm not I'm just not going to do that. And they said well, that's okay. Is Long as you don't flag wave whatever that meant we didn't have the rainbow flag. And then you know four years later I came out. And start flag-waving but they were all they at that point. They were very supportive of it. They changed with the Times too. He said no one actually in those intervening for years. No interviewer asked you the question it just never never came up. I was actually thinking about this morning because I know I was talking to. Rolling Stone. And I remember my very first rolling stone interview. And I was always expecting someone to do their homework and find out that this bar the case Sarah and Long Beach was a lesbian bar and maybe they would ask me some questions about that. and he did he said..

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

06:14 min | Last month

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Love will live on your most recent album and it's about a very different kind of trauma. But you know you say, I, did not shatter did not crumble within die of chosen to live. I'm no longer down and so much stronger. Now I've got so much to given I. Think you've you've overcome. A Lot. And I I wanted to. I wanted to start by offering condolences on a loss. I can't even imagine. Thank you so much and I don't know how you're doing all. You're doing now in the face of that loss and I don't and the only reason I would ask is maybe something to share that might up other people as far as being able to move on. Yeah. Well, the. I realize I started thinking a long time ago that maybe things weren't happening to me maybe they were happening for me. You know maybe this was the path that I needed walk starting with just being gay and trying to make it in this world with you know. As a as a female is a lesbian rockstar. You know that that first thing and then cancer and then losing my son that's that's probably probably the hardest. Deepest. Lunar or caught but. As a mother of. Someone who was addicted to opioids. It's A. You know it's a struggle you want to help your child you want to you want to make them all better. He he was a young adult. There were things out of my control of course, and there came a time. That I needed to. Really, sit down with myself and say I I can't. Save Him. I can't give up my life and go try to live his life for him. And I had to come up against the possibility that he might die and I had to be. Okay. Not Okay but I had to be able to go on living. Of course, it's nothing apparent ever once. But as a human being. I needed to. I needed to be at peace with a troubled son. Who did the best he could? Who believed what he believed, and then his life ended way too soon. You know there will always be that place in my heart and my soul that. That has a little bit of Oh. What could I have done? You know and I is it my faulty ended this way and all that sort of thing, and it's it just gets smaller and smaller because it doesn't serve me anymore and and where he is now he certainly doesn't want me to take that on. So if you know if that can. Help any parents who might be torturing themselves without you know I. I hope so it's it's you know life. Life is II believe life is is meant to be lived in as much joy as we can. But life is also contrast life is also up and down I I've lived enough of it now to to know an and you can't lay down you can't be shattered. You can't die and give up you know that's And that's what my son did. You know it's it's. It's to be lived. It's it's to learn I know I, still struggle with it. That's that's what I can say. Yeah Was the family holding up Well. Again, when you have a family member who has been struggling with opioid addiction, you know it was a good year of us. Knowing he was really in trouble and kind of ups and downs, and it wasn't a surprise again to the family you hope okay this is the time he's going to. This is the day that he's going to say, yeah I. Can. I can do this I can get through and so so we know we all wish the best for him and supported him and loved him. And yet we know that this was one of the what could have happened and it did. So we we love each other. I have to thirteen year old twins that are just. There's just so clear and and they they loved him so much and still do. And they're happy. He's out of pain now. You know and my oldest daughter who is probably closest to him I'm your she struggles but we we help each other and you know it's just about love. It's just about talking about it's just about. Being in the moment with it or not disturbed all the credit in the world for pushing forward and projecting this much again strength. What's it been like to return to music in the face of this? That's that's where all the healing is before his death I had been doing a daily little little concerts from my home. So much fun. You know four songs I was really getting into the I was going deep in my catalog and I thought Oh my gosh I'm. Wrong ever recorded and I got really close to it I. You know hundreds of songs I I was playing, and then when that happened, I stopped and I let go and I grieved and and after a few weeks I was, I was like this is this is so hard for me my release the thing that makes life make sense has always been my music I have always been able to. Saying, an and breathe and and let it out and get the emotions out through music. That's it has saved me my whole entire life. And I knew I. I started with is that appropriate? How do I? How do I get in front of people? Now how do I how do that when you know they? They know this pain they know what I'm going through and. And, so I what my wife and I did the you know the week after he died, we started coming out here in our garage. That's that's what this is. This is our garage. And and we. We created. Something we've.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:45 min | Last month

"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

"Eyes or the best affordable items. You know Gosh they watch what's great about this. Touch against and and something that was really importance of bill on Suzanne and the family as well as. If they wanted you know he's connected everything everything to him as the same meaning almost like it was attached to every every single item, but they wanted items in the bill ones I been there for. The. The every day. Fan Right. Absolutely. You know like there's a you know I'm looking there. Still wine goats head soup ner. Yes. Three hundred dollars, right? Exactly. A novelty t shirts two to three hundred dollars a person is top four to six hundred dollars. So like you know like there's ice at every vintage vintage, best six to eight hundred dollars about three to three to five hundred dollars. assigned hotel bills getting sick the hotel del find seven, hundred dollars. So you know don't you know I think it's Susan good programs extol amazing. The other chance to look at on I did. Three amazing books of histories in this amazing box with gives you the impression that it looks like a five cabinet I'm glad you brought that up because you sell those and our readers could buy those correct. Absolutely tune of dollars. Yeah. And if it's Bill Wyman and it's like three drawers and each yes. But the state is actually catalog three day auctions and even if you couldn't afford to own anything in the actual auction itself you can buy the Kellogg and like bill you have it on his coffee table everything now is it would take everything from him. He has the memory pretty has the catalog, and if he's not he can open the hell out flip truest. The amazing items look think of all the stories look at the phonograph looking they're just you know like every so much less. Burdened something him now he's not insuring storing and worrying about something happening to you know his stuff that he saved for all these years. Ago Now it's. It's going to be dispersed all over the world here and joins options. There's the time this entire collection working together. This is GonNa be gone visible museums and fans and collectors, and there's GonNa be a dome women all over the world because the rolling stones I loved all over the world and. People having up. Now people have an opportunity to old something and you know very rarely the stop come up for auction, and then I've been doing options for years and it's very rare. The because warning stolen. Kept having the rest of the time if you care about I, keep finding even don't in virtue diving like the no came stick. Pins. All that is four of us, but this is an event where the fans can be engaged. I went to the rolling stones in nineteen, eighty, two in saint in July eighty two with my cousin she was crying because this is the last to the rolling stones. This is all during. The last chance. I was younger and I thought okay I'm going and I loved the lessons but I watched. Emotional about this because I really wasn't hadn't got to know the stone as well at that time. But she loved them and. That's What we're talking You know. What would thirty eight years? and. The storms are still going. Incredible and but also what the Navy now is to have all this collection ears and the joining his auctions told them to be the ones to. Represent this auction present this option, and we'll be responsible for dispersing each of these two people hold on to continue to appreciate them love them, enjoy them, and they'll take on a whole united. Agree, and he also collected vinyl too. I noticed that the stones first EP air which is that is pretty damn cool. Be have a fantastic final collection and you know vinyls last few years we seem violence. Joe So popular again and yes, that's a whole. That's a specific collector collects finance to have it all coming from one. Person Member of the warnings tool. So. Many great items. It's just it's it's incredible and we're seeing great interest already online people are looking and you know so many hundreds of thousands of people come to see the catalog see the auction online. So it's GonNa be really historic house right and sat on the Sunday I think it's GonNa. Be Great Fun filled and it's just rolling stone takes to continue enormous senior lions and cultural. So he'll join it's been around since the early sixties we've we've had so many crisis we've all. Survived. We're going to get through they. We're going to get through the election with President whatever happens happens, but we stood have music. We all went up music and now people have an opportunity to own something from the one of the greatest bands of all the time I completely agree it's always a pleasure talking to you and thanks for taking. Really appreciated and you know. I know readers are going to go and check out everything and I. Think you make a great point is if you don't win something which your bid, you can always by that catalogue, which is beautiful. So you know. Luke. Luke appreciate through covering this and. Hopefully, you'll be you going online to see the auction wars. And you'll be entertained for sure I know that. Yes. Absolutely. I'm I'm a big stones fan. Wow good for you and you know. Whether he ever had to be better, but I was. Interviewed him, but I have not met him in person but yes, he's A. Interesting. So modest and so numb. CELEB-. Owned remind them like. Like your opinion that you realize know but. Anyway thank you. Talk. com. Really appreciate you. Good luck. Thank you. Mark Laser on stay healthy and pay into Marin. Thanks Martin thanks for taking the time to talk to Goldmine magazine. This is Patrick Prince. Enter Goldman signing off don't forget to go to Gold Mine, DOT COM conflict exclusive exclusive interviews stuff that you won't find imprint, and if you want the print magazine, you can go on the newsstand and Barnes and noble and books a million and pick it up. Well, we'll see next time and don't forget to go to Julien's auctions to just look if you want at the property from Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive Julien's auctions dot com and in this auction will be live in Beverly Hills live Friday September eleventh Saturday September twelfth and Sunday September. Thirteenth.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:01 min | Last month

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hundred dollars, right? Exactly. A novelty t shirts two to three hundred dollars a person is top four to six hundred dollars. So like you know like there's ice at every vintage vintage best six to eight hundred dollars about three to three to five hundred dollars. assigned hotel bills getting sick the hotel del find seven, hundred dollars. So you know don't you know Susan Good Programs Extol Amazing. The other chance to look at online. I did. Three amazing books of histories in this amazing box with gives you the impression that it looks like a five cabinet. Broke it up because you sell those and our readers could buy those correct. Absolutely tune of dollars. Yeah and if it's Bill Wyman and it's like three drawers and each yes. But the state is actually Three Day auctions and even if you couldn't afford to own anything in the actual auction itself you can buy the Kellogg and like bill you have it on his coffee table everything now is it would take everything from him. He has the memory but has the catalog, and if he's not he can open the allies flip truest. The amazing items look think of all the stories look at the photographs at they're just you know like every so much less. Burdened, something him. Now he's not insuring storing and worrying about something happening to you know his stuff that he saved for all these years. AGO Now. It's it's going to be dispersed all over the world here and joins options. There's the time this entire collection working together. This is GonNa be gone visible the. And fans and collectors, and there's GonNa. Be a dome women all over the world because the rolling stones I loved all over the world and. People having up now people have an opportunity to old something and you know very rarely the stop come up for Auction and then I've been doing options for years and it's very rare the because warning stones. Kept having the rest of the time if you care about I keep finding even don't in virtue diving like the no came stick. Pins. All that is four us, but this is an event where the fans can be engaged. I went to the rolling stones in nineteen, eighty, two in saint in July. Two with my cousin, she was crying because this is the last to the rolling stones. This is all during. The last chance. I was younger and I thought, okay. I'm going and I loved the lessons but I watched. Emotional about this because I really wasn't hadn't got to know the stone as well at that time. But she loved them and. That's What we're talking You know. What would thirty eight years? And, the storms are still going. Incredible and but also what the Navy now is to have all this collection ears and the joining his auctions told them to be the ones to. Represent this auction present this option, and we'll be responsible for dispersing each of these two people hold going to continue to appreciate them, love them, enjoy them, and they'll take on a whole united. Agree and he also collected vinyl too. I noticed that the stones first EP air which is that is pretty damn cool. Be have a fantastic final collection and you know vinyls last few years we seem violence. Joe. So popular again, and yes, that's a whole. That's a specific collector collects finance to have it all coming from one. Person Member of the warnings tool. So many. Great. It's just it's it's incredible and we're seeing great interest already online people are looking and you know so many hundreds of thousands of people come to see the catalog to see the auction online. So it's GonNa be really historic house right and sat on the Sunday I think it's GonNa be great fun filled, and it's just rolling stone takes to continue enormous senior lions and cultural. Meal joint been around since the early sixties we've we've had so many crisis we've all. Survived we're going to get through this. We're going to get through the election with President whatever happens happens, but we stood have music. We all went up music and now people have an opportunity to own something from the one of the greatest bands of all the time I completely agree it's always a pleasure talking to you and thanks for taking. Really appreciated and you know. I know readers are going to go and check out everything and I think you make a great point is if you don't win something which your bid, you can always buy that catalogue, which is beautiful. So you know Luke. Unlike appreciate through covering this and. Hopefully, you'll be you going online to see the auction wars. And you'll be entertained for sure. I. Know that Yes. Absolutely I'm I'm a big stones fan. Wow good for you and you know. Whether he ever had to be better but I was. Interviewed him but I have not met him in person but yes, he's. Interesting. So modest and so numb. CELEB-. Owned reminded like. Like, your opinion that you realize you know but. Anyway thank you Patrick Talk Com. Really. Appreciate you. Good luck with everything. Thank you. Mark Pleasure and stay healthy and pay into Martin. Thanks Martin, thanks for taking the time to talk to Goldmine magazine this is Patrick Prince Enter Goldman signing off don't forget to go to gold, Mine Dot Com conflict exclusive exclusive interviews stuff that you won't find imprint and if you want the print magazine, you can go on the newsstand and Barnes and noble and books a million and pick it up. Well, we'll see next time and don't forget to go to Julien's auctions to just look if you want at the property from Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive Julien's auctions dot com and in this auction will be live in Beverly Hills live Friday, September, eleventh Saturday September twelfth and.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:09 min | Last month

"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

"It was just. That whole history took the whole. That's the beauty of the auction gallery. It's history changing hands, fires me southern's in the one venue and it's a change to gather goes down it's gone. Now some big donors to the U. owner indeed is. These guitars and celebrities love big auctions. So chances are these guitars will reappear onstage. Another performance will take out a whole united. With somebody who finds guitar to new acquisition to you can talk with them and it's GonNa, the journey continuous and that's what's amazing. Yeah I think you are titillated at perfectly because when you said are a piece of art and it's interactive. Art. and I've had readers ask what's going on with guitars all of a sudden. What's the big? They're wondering why they're auctions would just gear just guitars and you know a lot of them are you know the Beatles people who you know collected by memorabilia but now son, they're kind of blown away like what is this all of a sudden but you're right I think you articulated perfectly interactive piece you make music on it yourself and that absolutely yeah I mean, Monet Monet's the castles and going are fantastic. But there's a very small faction of people that have the money the millions to own a piece of art. Fast. Plus if you own something once again, it's interactive. Arkansas. Is Art. A Work of art h guitar is a beautiful teeth in its own right then the beautiful music, the lyrics deconstruct. Thinking Guitar. Can Entertain people. And we can all relate to guitar I mean we can all relate to big may not. Relate to you know somewhere t of you know Francis Bacon or you know. Things piece of art on the wall that so's. Lian. But we can all relate Char and count aspire to owning guitar. When can own les, Paul, Guitar Against an Emmy. Jones the wineman. For a few a couple thousand and half something. You're tired. You know like said, so many ways that people can relate to it but the coup factories especially with the world's guys. Yes. He just you know they're dealing with stocks and bonds and. All. Non. Interesting type of investment vehicle dame and they. They can own something tree dimensional. Entertaining Fun while factor plays and your friends will then so envious of you as a Wall Street guy with the Eagle. But that's what you want. Want you covered that you want to have that guitar? That's what happens at the auctions and that's why is big money is coming in. Now it's a tangible. Africa's something that's useful. You can play entertained joyous and in years to come very likely, you know buying a comic tastes like there's three will continue to appreciate in value and when sell more money that you pay for, and you'll enjoy for twenty five years whenever you keep us and it's like transfers you to another time to. And and actually on that point. Actually what's happening right now now for boys Going on Colin known that, yes, we're looking for something constant exactly like that is constance. Now I gotta ask you the VOX amplifier. Can you plug something into that will play? Okay. Yes it's worse you could. Three things into US interesting. Yeah. That would be interesting. I wonder if whoever? Gets that would they tried out just? Keep it as a sort of museum set sort of peace. You know I'm very curious. I i. Am sure that whoever gets this will use this. Interesting I I really do and which is amazing the finger terms of like sixty two it's it's been around the world at various places. We haven't done this in arden than that. We brought us here to. Hear Beverly Hills, and then we brought to arginine there we've brought. Back here again so like Even in arbitration is taken on a life of its own with great stories and adventures and. So important to the whole history of the songs I mean. If, that didn't happen. It still have that box would have been hired that day I will distort Ridge. They found that they were trying to clean like what if you just twenty four that Fox all day long so do you think this will be the numbering in the most money? It should be right. I think it should be because it's It's like you know. It's the Ruby slippers from the wizard of. I. That sort of pulled it all together and created the bound created the magic that they were looking to fit into the team I mean yes but. Can I mean you know not not as sexy as only Brian, Jones and? The less are defender they are sunburst. Fender most. Mustang that the bill also played so much and and and love so much. But. As I said, every piece I mean I'm talking iconic zero. Retains like the the boots, the basketball boothferry, park humor pairs, often different colors and and wore them for performing 'cause silver boots. You know that the credits would save his life when he fell offstage and the rest of the Boston is said Bill and then was missing Dylan's falling off the stage after trying to reach for the stars and the way to a carton that he was a wall behind us and the boots were sticking house he passed out and came back. They couldn't find anyone for next in the suddenly saw Silva votes thinking out from under the cartons, and then they followed the Guth got today rest of bill and. Get. That's just a pair of boots but like a great story told by them and he couldn't some the both of Sameness because they would ever at the same and get him out of that. On. History. So yeah. Well, you know gold mines readership is made up of people who buy high end memorabilia and records to. The sort of. You know now and then collector. If, you are okay. If you're one of those rolling stones, everyday fans, you're not looking to buy high end maybe you don't even collect them much but you want a piece of Bill Wyman. Life a piece of the stones history. In Your.

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Fun Trivia with Hilary Swank, Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown

Ask Me Another

05:23 min | Last month

Fun Trivia with Hilary Swank, Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown

"Joining us right now we have Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown hello. Hello, hi Oh vera. Out of the So Hey, you know it's amazing to have you both on and also both of you are really have done. A lot of game shows Andy. You have even done the top echelon of what our listeners love jeopardy celebrity jeopardy I was on twice. Yeah. The second time I was on was part of a celebrity tournament of champions. The winners from that were supposed to come back and we ended up Conan and I were on the tonight show, and then we weren't on the tonight show. then. Went on a tour and the day of the remainder or the next step of the tournament was our opening night of the tour. So I was in. Eugene. Oregon while Isaac Mizrahi filled in for me apparently not my I mean I'm perfectly happy to. Fill in for me. Is If. He made most of his career based on your cancellations. I believe he does exactly exactly my womenswear line I just couldn't finish. Right head. And, Yvette you have been on a loads of game shows. Yeah. What is your favorite game show appearance as a contestant been? Oh Gosh. You're so hard I really love Hollywood game night the Jane Lynch because you never know what game it's going to be I can I can also speak to Hollywood game night they pour the booze down there they do. You. Listen I'm very competitive. So every time I do the show I don't drink because. I nothing makes me happier than winning someone else money, and so I'm there to help those people about how To propose it everybody I'm Michael be tossing back. Whiskey sours and being the reason why? I know Andy. This yes. September thirteenth you are bringing back. The live streaming event from the Sitcom yelled Andy Richter controls the universe. Yes and so what prompted this event? I mean people have been doing this cast reunion table Ridi thing for charity online because you know there's a lot of attention starved people. Get some attention and they tell you get entities that need our help. No, that's secondary. Today virtual reunion of the community cast. Recently when we did it for community, it was from the kindness of our hearts, Andy Richter. All right. All right. Right. You did that in May right we do now do you keep in contact with the your other cast mates? We've always had a group chat or two going I found out during that charity event that Donald Glover wasn't in our current. Routes. Something funny. Happened in. Somebody had some further information about the joke and I said put in the group Jen. Donaldson. Put it into what? Is it the thing nobody would since ever exclude Donald Glover for any other reason besides being respectful of Donald Glover's time We let him know like listen man, you are a lion king. On Somali. Music and stuff. So He's in the group chat. Now at least once a week he goes why did I ask to be here because? We text each other. So I WANNA talk about your new project on audible room room. But let's play a game right and this game is called hooked on lyrics. What we've done is we've asked some kids to read lyrics to popular music that was popular before they were born. They probably have never heard any of these songs before, but we haven't to read the lyrics and your job is just to guests the songs. So we're GONNA start with you in gets aric. My name is Jane. I'm nine years old and I'm from new. York. The faith thousand day use so to ask they had to feel. That future boom boom Ah. Okay. Can I say that I missed most of it because I was I, think oscillating listening to her. Yet black-eyed peas black eyed peas boom boom POW, is the name of the song. Oh Are In anti. This one is for you. This is Jane again, and this time she's got some lyrics from a Nobel prize winning folksinger still laugh about everybody that was hanging out now you don't talk. So out now you don't seem so proud about having to me scratching next meal. That is like a rolling stone by Bob Dylan. Absolutely, correct that's right. I'm pretty sure as a nine year old, she does not have a Bob Dylan poster in her room. Not yet not yet not she's a fan of Nobel Prize winner she might. That's

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Revenge, Best Served Loud

Your Brain on Facts

05:28 min | Last month

Revenge, Best Served Loud

"With, arguably one of the greatest opening riffs and Classic Rock Barracuda was written by Anna Nancy Wilson together with Guitarist Roger Fisher and Drummer Michael Derosier. It was written at a time when there was friction between the band and their label to put things mildly. The song appears on the album little queen their first album with CBS. Portrait. Records. They'd left their old label mushroom records after a contract dispute and mushroom was none too happy. Because according to mushroom heart owed them a second album. They not only sued the band for breach of contract and try to block the release of the CBS album but released magazine an album made up of songs that Hart had recorded but didn't think we're good enough to release as well as some live recordings needed to get it up to album length. The dispute dragged on and eventually the court decided that heart was free to sign with a new label but mushroom was indeed a second album. So. Heart went back to the studio to rerecord remix edit and re sequence the magazine recordings in a marathon session over four days. A court ordered guard actually stood nearby to make sure the master tapes weren't being erased. Heart eventually came out on top. As not only did the album little queen outsell magazine by a wide margin. The debacle gave the band the distinction of having all three of their albums on the charts at the same time. The court case wasn't the only reason. The Wilson Sisters in company were mad at mushroom records. After the first album became a million seller mushroom took out a full page ad in rolling stone touting the band's success using the headline million to one shot sells a million. No problem so far. The AD looks like the front page of a tabloid newspaper and included a photo from the Dream Boat Anne album cover shoot. The caption read. Hearts Wilson Sisters confess it was only our first time. Implying the sisters had an incestuous lesbian affair. Shortly. After this ad appeared a Detroit radio promoter asked an Wilson where her was. She assumed he meant her then boyfriend band manager Michael Fisher. But when the reporter clarified, he was referring to her sister Nancy and was understandably outraged and retreated to her hotel room to write. When she related the incident to Nancy to was outraged and join an in the writing session, contributing a melody and bridge. Nancy puts suitably angry music to the word to complete the song comparing the sleazy side of the Music Biz to a dangerous ill like fish. The song became an enduring classic and Barracuda remains one of the band's signature songs. Vera Khuda was test to another incident of severe irritation for the Wilson Sisters at. Against in two thousand eight. During that year's presidential campaign the song was used as the unofficial theme song for Republican Vice President Nominee Sarah Palin. The ALASKAN governor had apparently earned the nickname, Sarah? Barracuda as a high school basketball player for her competitive nature. The day after the song was played at the National Convention Anna. Nancy Wilson issued a statement reading. The. Republican campaign did not ask for permission to use the song nor would they have been granted that permission? We have asked the Republican campaign publicly not to use our music. We hope our wishes will be honored. Their wishes were not honored. As the Republican campaign pointed out, they had obtained the proper performance rights to the song from the record label and were under no obligation to get any further permission to use it. The Bar for performance rights being somewhat lower than the bar for commercial or video rights. With no legal recourse. The Wilson Sisters retaliated in the media telling entertainment weekly. Sarah Palin views and values in no way represent us as American women. We. Ask that our Song Barracuda no longer be used to promote her image. The Song Barracuda was written in the late seventy s as a scathing rant against the soloist corporate nature of the music business particularly for women. While, heart did not and would not authorize the use of their song the RNC. There's irony Republican strategists choice to make use of it. They're. The. Songs Co writer Roger Fisher was also anti Palin but he saw things differently telling Reuters. He was thrilled that the song was being used as it was a win win situation. He explained that while heart gets publicity and royalties the Republicans benefit from the ingenious placement of a kick ass. Song. He added that he would use some of the proceeds in a donation to the Obama campaign and thus the Republicans are now supporting Obama. See Kids. There's always a silver lining if we look for it.

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Rolling Stones reissue 'Goats Head Soup'

Scoot

00:44 sec | Last month

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,

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Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:01 min | 2 months ago

Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go

"Well, the rocks pages podcast. This is Mark Pringle with me is my colleague Jessica Murison Bowie I'm mark and in third zoom window is very, very special guest Vicki Wickham Hi Vicki Hi both. The keys perched on her. New York, city this is eight o'clock in the evening London Time I've had my first Jones Hannukah Day and we'll be hearing sirens all of that sort of New York City soundscape. So for those who don't know I mean is legendary carrot tourneys business over the years I think as I say, produce on the fantastic pioneering pop TV series, ready steady go subsequently manager of La Belle, and in many ways, a CO create of La Belle was an artist and a friend and manager of Dusty Springfield and subsequently of the likes of Morrissey. Marr and Vicky tell us about how you got into pop music and as a professional activity totally by default. I would inland I was working. I had several jobs and I had one job that I really liked which I was working for radio BBC like entertainment it was cold. And My job was a production assistant and the writer, my producer, my boss Charles Chilton wrote these wonderful one hour specials. Flooding Allen or the moment or the songs from the First World War and so we have. Autism singers, musicians, actors, etc, etc etc and my job is to put all together. And I learned a lot needs to say but I I was thinking that it conciliates should be doing television radio and I don't quite know why but left thinking everybody would want me nobody walked in. One Luckily one of my really good friends Carolina with Carter was seeing somebody at associated rediffussion. Sunday could Elkin Allen. Let detail who set don't have it at the moment but. A secretarial job will come up. No I don't want to be the secretary. So he was great. He's lectured me and said, you want to be anything. You can just get your foot in the door and about a week later called me up and said come in. For you sat me down and said yes, your secretary but I promise you anyways cut a long story short. He had this idea for music show cooled ready steady go and by the time we will put together. The pilots can get at I was producing it. Did I know anything about pop music for? Thing but no did anybody else. So the show was picked up and luckily a couple of other young people we were young came in and we started working on a program could ready steady go at elk was mabus he left us alone. Yeah just great. It's it's amazing I mean ready steady go is so different from anything that come before it. Really I mean I suppose some the Jack Goods shows sort of pointed in direction to some extent but then you had a lot of really stiff stock not much pop music television full stop did you feel that what you're doing with revolutionary from very early point? At all we we just going out to you know as as you would our age going to clubs seeing people listening to Radio Caroline talking to people, and you know suddenly became very obvious that we could have these people on the show that when we went to see the rolling stones when we love Brian Jones who had the best hair in the will We could say come on the show and they did it was on the sleep. It was just gut reaction and knock I. Mean did anything to see any of this? No. Fantastic. I mean also. Undid you love always love music yourself. Personally was was all be something which is always chime to you because ready steady go was fantastic. Inner suspect it really focused free. Key American black music I didn't even know about black music I was. Gilbert and Sullivan. And South Pacific I knew nothing as we started ready steady. Very. Few black axe or autism in England. So inevitably, booking although the white exit cetera and the Springfield we became friends and dusty would play me these great blue soul rb records and that's when I fell in love with them and suddenly when we have these people own and literally would call agents and say other coming over, we could use the. and S Luckily, the show became big enough that it was worth people bringing them over because they knew they would be on the

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Rolling Stones Choose London’s ‘Home of Rock ’n’ Roll’ as Place to Open First Shop

Steve Cochran

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Rolling Stones Choose London’s ‘Home of Rock ’n’ Roll’ as Place to Open First Shop

"Him about the rolling Stones and what they're getting into retail. Now they are they are about to open. A flagship Rolling stone store. On Carnaby Street in London. This is the you know, the legendary fashion street from Back in the day. It's still a major tourist area. When you go to London. I'm sure anyone who has has gone to Carnaby Street and gone into the various shops so they're starting in September, there will be a rolling stone store. Where when you walk in. Of course, they're going to be playing Rolling Stones music, and they will be selling Rolling stones, music memorabilia, merchandise fashion. Album artwork, and I guess the floor of the stores made out of some kind of glass plexiglass, something onto which lyrics from Rolling stone songs. Have been etched into the floor, so I guess I'm going to be a good tourist spot. Mick Jagger even commented. It's perfect spot for our store for everyone who comes to London. Teo, come and enjoy. So apparently you can always get what you want. Well, make a I remember right Reg Aerated fromthe London School of Economics. So he knows about business knows about money other they're making quite a bit of money. I can't wait till the next time I go so I can get some fashion. You know, I want to get some clothes like Mick Jagger wears. I think that would hope they sell them in big boy. Husky size. Dean Richards, Doctor tomorrow. Thank you. And after the

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A New Ice Cream Truck Song

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

03:41 min | 2 months ago

A New Ice Cream Truck Song

"If, you weren't aware before you have perhaps learned recently as America has been going through the latest era of reckoning with are racist roots that the classic Ice Cream Truck Song is apparently super racist. That's right. It is not just an annoying earworm that blasts all summer long and sometimes in the winter and late at night at least here in New York City the song commonly referred to as Turkey in the Straw has its origins in lots of other songs passed down in morphed over the years. NPR credits it as evolving from the traditional British tune the old rose tree saying quote the tune was brought to America's colonies by Scots. Irish immigrants who settled along the Appalachian Trail and added lyrics that mirrored their new lifestyle. The first natural inclination of course is to assume that the ice cream truck song is simply pain. Oh my gosh to Turkey in the straw but the melody reached the nation only after it was appropriated by traveling black face minstrel shows there's simply no divorcing the song from the dozens of decades it was almost exclusively used for coming up with new ways to ridicule and profit from black people and quotes. In the eighteen twenties melody was given another new name in lyrics which I won't share because even the title is a slur and then in one thousand, nine, hundred, sixteen, it was given another racist upgrade with an even more egregious title featuring both the inward and a racist stereotype followed by ha ha ha all just in the title without even getting into the lyrics. The song moved into ice cream trucks around the same time, and the reason why is because ice cream parlors played all manner of minstrel songs. So when the truck started popping up, they played the minstrel melodies on the trucks as well. But now, good humor. One of the most iconic ice cream truck vendors in America in the mid, twentieth century has made attempts to atone for their sins they partnered with Wu. Tang clan founder Rizza to create a new ice cream truck jingle quoting rolling stone Ras Jingle will be available to ice cream trucks in the US via music boxes produced by Nichols electronics starting this month Nichols Electronics, which is based in Minneapolis where this year's protests against police brutality racial injustice started after the killing of George Floyd also announced that it would remove Turkey in the straw from it's music boxes and quote. In a video debut in the new Jingle Risi's said quote we wanted to make a military that includes all community that's good for every driver. That's good for every kid and I'm proud to say for the first time in a long time, a new cream jingle will be made available to trucks all across the country in perpetuity that means forever like Wu Tang forever, and I can assure you this one is made with love and quotes, and here is what the new jingles sounds like. I gotta say my favorite part of it other than the complete lack of racist origins is how gentle and calming it is. This jingle is not going to be nearly as annoying to hear when it's blasting from icecream trucks relentlessly all summer long. So really just an overall win in every way

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I won the Nobel Prize. Still hear that call from time to time is. A little bit of regression or fixing Oh, no, no, no. and. I lived through enough of those things. And then you know the devils output in that song. You know people that my my from my purse rookie Ben and my roommate college start at first band together hunter, of course and. And Phil Clarke wrote pilots at forty back. They were now. Yeah, they can have devil, i. didn't you know as a Jesuit? Catholic trained altar boy I. had a little angel didn't go far up. The devil was still there, but you know I think a little more the devil it'd be so I'd hang with the budget. Law. That feels thoroughly into bass night. There's there's no. No I would Mardi gras this year in new, Orleans, No accurate I remembered what state I went to Mardi Gras and before that and you know and I had like. At AIDS Akilah with the phrase, they dinner was in bed. You know I did I. Did I had a really good time? It didn't think funny. It asks us. Thought about that how I done it before and I was okay with the now and I have probably had a better time because I remember the whole thing. When I really listened to the Song Margarita. Ville, I've always heard the melancholy. You know I mean it's not like. It's not even a subtle thing it's it's amazing. It's a big part of the song, but I don't know that people get that from the song. And maybe it's because of your upbeat persona or or weapons is so fascinating that Asong with that obvious smell, calling it not only became gyping and obviously the pin of this brand mosquitoes, and so how how kind of reconcile? Fascinating. A and I never thought about what he wrote it in like started in Austin Texas in a Bar for the most familiar plane to go back to key west, and I finished it in key west and. Played in the barn, people liked it, but I go back to raccoon. Said what you never know what the public's going to buy. You'd never do and the interesting thing to your point. Is that when we did the musical and we did the play when it was presented in the play by Chris Actually the director and Chris Yonki. The music directed at work with their. They did it as a melancholy song. It is goes into the versity end. And you know. Crowds of people had heard that song. Heard that way in me to went then. You know. Yet there's there's a little Malachi here, but you gotta get over it. Always love that part of the show because you know. Audiences like when I'm playing, it's like. And at this point, people were listed in like they were in the theater, and then by the end of everybody's singing, and it kind of takes its way out, but it's like the theme of Mardi Gras as folly chasing death. You know so you. Got To have fun to keep the devil wise so. But I love the way that they did it. There and I've never done it that way by Sherlock listening to. Another son that you know you play pretty frequently, and it's a great song come, Monday, and when you play it for David Letterman years ago. You told him that it was. Who in it was his personal request? Which is nice, but you told that you were genuinely dark. Place when you. I wrote it for my girlfriend at the time. Wife's still now, and we had been in Montana with visited friends and family. There you know this this is right after like the Rancho Deluxe states. When did the music for that movie? And I went off to work, and I was I had to go to San Francisco and I can't quite remember. We may have had a five, but we may not be getting along, but I was in a Holiday Inn Mount. Tam Is this and her wrote that song. When you listen to it now, almost a studio, it could be an entirely different artist isn't a whole world of of.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

07:12 min | 3 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Am Brian Hiatt in this is rolling stone music now. Feels like we could all use a little escapism right now, so it seemed like a decent time to play my recent interview. Jimmy Buffett who has a new album out called life on the flip side, but we kind of talked about this whole career going back to the earliest days we talked about everything from his friendship with Hunter S. Thompson to the fact that Bob Dylan has named Jimmy is one of his favorite songwriters in the two of them actually spent time together in a boat one day. Got High and then later, Kimmy met doing again and it was a very different experience. We spoke about his prowess businessmen, and how that relates to his artistic life. We spoke about the future of concerts and a whole lot more. But he started talking about that new album life on the flipside. Let's hear what he had to say it. Take it chronologically when we started. Thank you about doing an album. We haven't done one in like seven years, and there were two things about that I didn't know where the album was still be viable dinner out. She'd be uploaded likelier to songs, but We still are playing hand, and we've got a great little studio down in Key West and my creative side have been working in musical theater with the show on Broadway and then touring show, so I was working on that a lot actually rewriting songs and stuff like that. You know doing changes. So, once, that was put to bed, I said. We need to do an album. And we had some good songs and ideas, and so I concentrated on writing. This is like a year ago. So and we said we're GONNA I'm just GonNa concentrate on writing these songs getting some other go to people wingman that I. WE WOMEN I use. The right will just concentrate on that and we want to go to key west record. And I want to go to. Cuba shoots album carbon because I got a friend of their Roberto solid whose photographer, but I thought life on the flip side was referring to the Gulfstream and having spent so much time in Key West myself and having a family. History of my grandfather was a say it was. You've got into my dad. Sailing in and out of Havana harbor, so that was originally it and then life will the flip side also the tongue in cheek was those people remember? Forty fives will remember. There was a flips out those that will will ask questions, so that was a hall initial thought process, and then along comes to pandemic and the title. mean, it's amused again away, but he never supposed to be that but. The solves when they came out. Chris Blackwell's dear longtime friend and Yo- for what he is input is very valuable to be in this whole process. When I sent it to him, any played at, he said yes. Scott that Jimmy thing going. He said, but in only black way said, but there's a sharpness to it. Our yeah, there was a little sharpness through. He picked it up right away so now when you hear all the whole album together. I think that it's doing its thing. You know when I'll make a record I. don't make it from me once it's done. People can interpret whatever it is. They think I'm saying aware whatever it needs to them to me. That's what a collection of songs on an album because I'm still an album guy and I wanted to be an AL, and I did the sequence myself. And when you sequence things on a record, I only know one way to do it in that slack. Alab show is only a few tricks that should do. It's about energy, and it's about recognition so. I got enough songs that people recognize that they can sing along with so when it before. When he did a new album, you can never put borking songs added to a show. They'd walk out, so you always try to pick. The would fit into what was working before. So that's the same way when we did the songs that we did them in Kia. We cut all the tracks and five days in Key West we were. We were hungry to get in the studio. And you know vibe was going, and you just go with, and so when that happened in a sequence that I use that energy and there there was no recognition because. The song so. But I just wanted to take that energy like it was sentenced to maps. That's how I did that makes sense. How has your songwriting process change ears? I think tend to use collaborators, maybe a little bit more since pummeling, and for a while. It's not a recent thing A. How's IT changed? Since say like their early seventies like what's been the question in your process. It's changed in the way in the beginning of anything like I didn't call right with anybody because I. didn't know anybody else you know you. Nobody really was was around and. People were listening so when I got to Key West, and the very first time would jour-jour Walker drove me down there and I fell in love with us and move there. You know I'd have like a really bad years in Nashville, but I was still right, so I came to key west with a little bit of luggage and a lot of songs, and that environment being in there, and then soaking up the cultural aspect of from pirate days to the writers to you know the tolerant lifestyle. That island had you know there was the navy? There was a gay community. There were hippies there were. Just I fell right into it and took songs. There and I think I soaked up a lot of that. When I wrote those songs which we did. This album I went back and listened to those first three albums a lot. Because that was the previous anything else happening where I met people that are wanted right with or other people Mac McNally wasn't around in and out here in your pretty much co riders on a lot of stuff is will kimbrough and and then now I ran into Paul Brady when we run Ireland credible writer in so none of that was happened, so you kind of you had your own stuff there and a lot of it, and I had enough to almost made three albums. In those we albums were the songs I went to key west and I wrote a few there, but I would save seventy five percent of them were written in time period when I was. I was working down there. I'm working in bars and you know when working on the coffeehouse tour, you know you start out like in the Carolinas or you know he'd go to. New York and do the bitter end or something, but. There are a couple clubs Florida boy. When I got to go to Florida, you got very excited to go down there. A lot of that writing was done and coconut grove when I played there. I forgot to key west him. They moved in with me and. In Ja did I went back and listen to that I went. We rank us. I got him a bicycle listened to the ad and listen to what we're doing. New All grow around town. Listen to what we did back then, and that's where I got the idea. White Sport coat and a pink crustacean was the first ABC album and I want. Put on a sport coat and. Go to go to Cuba side and that was. A we're one on that Alma or one of this house. I mean when you when you think about what you put out between seventy, three seventy four. Is Crazy if you could go back and tell that guy from nineteen seventy three all the things that happened to you since what would he maker? Hours on.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Big Book Podcast

Big Book Podcast

06:32 min | 5 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Big Book Podcast

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober. Since January, nineteen, eighty eight one day at a time in this episode, the Twenty Eighth and twenty ninth stories from the personal stories, section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in nineteen thirty nine. These are the final two stories in the big book, and are entitled the Rolling, Stone and loan endeavor. As with many other stories in the first edition, these stories were left out of the second and subsequent editions of alcoholics anonymous, though they are no less powerful than other stories. For listeners who've never seen them, these stories will sound brand new. After these stories I will conclude the first edition of the big book by reading the Appendix at the end of the book. And now the original stories. The Rolling Stone and Loan Endeavor Followed by the Appendix The Rolling Stone. After the breaking up of our home, my father went west and took his work and became fairly successful. then. It was decided that I should be sent to a preparatory school so to a mid Western school I was sent. It didn't last long for I got into a jam and left. I went to Chicago wrote my father, and he sent me fair to come on West which I did. I started into high school after I got there, but I had no companionship for my father was away most of the day, and when he came in, he always spent the evenings, reading and studying. This all caused me to become very bitter towards anything religious because I felt that I was only in his way when he wanted to read his religious books, and he took only enough interest in me to leave a dollar on the dresser each morning to buy meals with it caused me to become so hostile towards anything religious that I formed a hatred against religion which I was to carry for years. During the time which I spent by myself I had found that I could buy wine and loaf around saloons, and it wasn't long before. I had formed a taste for drink. I was only about fourteen years old then, but I looked eighteen when vacation time came I wanted to go to San Francisco, my father willingly let me go, and after seeing the sights of that city, I decided I wanted to go to see and see the world, so it was only a short time before I found myself signed as an apprentice at sea and leading a new life. In the meantime my mother had married again I knew she was well taken care of so my letters were few and my visits home were years apart, and through the selfish interest I had taken in myself, I never gave a thought to how worried she might be over me. I had become a person wrapped up in my own life, only and giving no thought of anyone else. Starting to see out of San Francisco brought me in and out of port there a great deal, so I considered San Francisco, my home, and as I had arrived there about nineteen o five, I knew the Old San Francisco of before the earthquake where the lid was off and vice flourished at all times. In my young life I saw and knew all and considered myself well able to play the game as others did. I developed into a steady drinker. And when going to see was sure, I took enough liquor along to take care of me for the trip. When we arrived at a foreign port, we would go ashore and proceed to see the sights which mostly started at the first, saloon. If American liquor was not to be had or was too high in cost. Then we would drink their native drink. And as I look back, it hardly seems possible that I have a brain left to remember with for I have done about everything possible to destroy it by over indulgence in alcohol. I have been to most of the ports in this world have stayed in some for some time. have put in a winter in Alaska lived in the tropics, but no time did I. Ever find a place where I could not get liquor. I quit the see when I was just past twenty. I had become interested in construction work also had studied some art and learn the fresco decorating trade eventually I went into the building trade and followed that ever since. I had always made good wages or made good at contracting, but was ever a rolling stone, never staying in one place long drinking just the same as in my seafaring days. I had always a certain respect for myself. And I carried my liquor wealth for years knew enough not to make a show of myself and stopped when I had enough. Then came the war. I was twenty nine years old and was in Texas when I went into the army and went overseas from there. After leaving Texas, I found out that we were stopping in my hometown for an hour and I received permission to call my mother when we arrived there, so fortunately I was able to get her down to the train before I left. I had not been home in eleven years, and then told her if I came back alive, I would come home to stay. I had not been in the service long before I was a high ranking noncommissioned officer for I, had learned army discipline years before in the army transport service, and while in this country, and when behind the lines in France this gave me a chance to get my liquor when my buddies couldn't. But when we got to the front lines, it was the first time in years that I was unable to get my daily sheriff alcohol, but when it was possible I never missed. On into Germany for six months where I made up for lost time, schnapps was barred to American troops, but I got mine. After coming back to the US, I received an honorable discharge and came back to my home and mother. Then, I started trying to break away from liquor, but it did not last. The last few years found all kinds of mix ups for I had at last developed into an alcoholic. When I drank, I would get to the state. Where required a doctor to straighten me out. The Times I have had to rely upon. Doctors are numerous. I even tried sanitariums for relief. I had plenty of suffering thrown in, but still I would drift back again to that I, drink and off again I went.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

10:51 min | 11 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Mick and Keith began slowly making their way through the grounds in search of whatever the speedway clubhouse might be for they step carefully oversleeping bodies blankets shards of metal and couples who had too much wheat or wine or Asir of the above it was surprisingly prizing cold in the early festivalgoers weary venturing too far off the grounds into the domain of the Mountain Lions coyotes began tearing apart the little lavelle festival fencing. They was for firewood. The light from the flames guided making Keith. Murmurs from the WEARIN. Stone fans started burgling up soon soon. A small crowd at filled in behind them as they made their way toward the belly of the speedway a boy couldn't been older than fourteen hurried himself from the back and aligned himself the kice right heath now had a walking stick in his left hand. The boy had a lit joint a pinner. He said nothing to Keith. Just pulled on the grass and passed I it to his hero at his left the two of them in steady motion. He's grabbed the joint often passed it to make to his left. The boys had. Nothing just kept walking Keith. Did the same the three of them. The boy included coolest faulk. The darkness was a mood unto itself. The sinister glove love campfires. The acid induced tracers from their sparks. The bitter red jug wine. The smell of grass in the murmuring may shift entourage made the moment all all the more intense. It was as if all of them make Keith. The fans has if they'd all gathered there for the same reason but deep down felt that something else was going to happen. Mix soldiered on through the nine feeling in his gut. A stone sweet little sixteen looked up from the blanket. She was sitting on his mic past held her arm. Oh in a fait attempt to touch him and said are you real mic. Tried ignoring her. She had a point was he. Real was any of this real. What if anything was going to happen would all work out as planned or as it was unplanned and who needed plans anyways woodstock went off largely without a hitch and so what outcome on? It was a new day. The band in the festival organizers could organize themselves kids could police themselves just lay it on nice and mellow. Don't drop some heavy authority. He trip on everyone and crushed. The vibe knows the beauty of the sixties. Wasn't it just let it happen. But this lack of planning everyone would soon discover much to their dismay meant a lack of toilets lack of running water lack of food lack of medical care and most importantly a lack of real security but it would all just workout so long as everyone cooled out and work together right which was sort of how this festival came to be for every problem. There is a solution. Things are just working now. Stones ticket prices too expensive. Ralph J gleason slagging off the band too harshly in the press. No problem throw a free concert as a give back for the fans and do it in San Francisco opposite side of the country of Woodstock your own Woodstock Fuck you very much. Mr Gleeson called the grateful dead for advice. They've been throwing free show. It was in Golden Gate Park for years. Do it there. Oh you're in the rolling stones which nineteen sixty nine is like saying you're in Satan's army unlike the dead you've got no Yank with the Parks Department in San Francisco apartment for a party at Golden Gate Park. It ain't happening. No sweat moved the show to sears. Point raceway but the owner that location wants in on the rights to the movie. You've hired had the maizels to produce a fuck that guy what about Altimonte the speedway and livermore that guy the owner of Altimonte speedway Carter. He doesn't even want a fee. He just wants his name. I'm attached to the festival branding. So everyone remember him as in the Rolling Stones Addict Carter's Almonte speedway which of course no one does. Because of course you have no intention mentioned following through on the promise because the rolling fucking Stones Inkatha do whatever the hell you want the really because of the high flying move fast and break everything world you inhabit nineteen in sixty nine. There just isn't the head space to keep track of details like this but it's cool because hey man just like I can t say it's GonNa work out fine. Aw You could already see coming together in the early morning darkness. Sort of dirty dishevelled peasant. Looking hippy children fall making Keith. A pair of Bosch kings across an apocalyptic wasteland toward a high metal gate that make thought looked rather promising and it was locked. They called out for someone to let them in. They waited they shared. Finally somebody pushed the chain link Mel outward and they're allowed to pass into the inner sanctum the speedway altimonte December. Six thousand. Nine hundred sixty nine location had been chosen just thirty six hours earlier. Thirty six hours. Who changes plans this big so close the start time in today's Day and age the read and react twitter lamb? That might make sense but this was fifty years ago. The band changed the location after the stones. Decided that the sears point location wasn't gonNA work mainly because of the movie rights beef however in reality that location had everything did Carter's Altamont speedway did not such basic necessities. As a capacity to hold a massive crowd it's available working staff running water toilets it's Cetera but alas is not to be here in the now make looked on as the crew at altimonte assembled the stage it was a mere four feet tall it security already barrier a thin piece of twine for an expected audience of one hundred thousand. He'd be planning at. Its best that would prove to be the centerpiece for the coming Disaster Aster Keith mic. found the band's trailer behind the stage. Keith chilled thought about sleeping. Did some cocaine instead then thought about the coming day. He was excited to see the set of his friend and cosmic soul brother in arms. Gram Parsons later that afternoon. Graham's ban the flying burrito brothers was opening up the show along with crosby stills Nash and young the Jefferson Airplane Santana and the dead and Keith was dug in ready for the day to present itself mic was not he was anxious all nervous energy. It was now daylight in the morning sun was up the northern California condors were circling. And make it here the press and some and fans gathered outside the trailer. He peeked his head out of the door and stood in the doorway surveying the backstage scene. The small scrum of journalists in hangers. On how is he feeling about the ultimate show someone shouted mic was feeling downright chatty. I think the concerts just an excuse. The scrum pulled in tighter. I'm I'm making the doorway of the trailer boxing. In hanging on his every word he had their full attention and went on. It's just an excuse for everyone to come and have a good time. It's just an excuse to get together and talk to each other and sleep with each other and ball each other and get really stone and have a nice night out in a good day. It's not like just getting up there and seeing the grateful airplane in the rolling dead back stage away from the trailer were mic was preaching. To the press day was breaking. The setup was just about finished and Joe Bergman and Sam Cutler were feeling pretty pleased with themselves but rock scully. The twenty four year old manager. The grateful dead a hippie mover and Shaker Shakar who'd done so much. LSD that pupils were permanently dilated took in the scene and thought to himself. You know this could be a real shit show. He was looking forward to the arrival of the hells angels. At least then skelly thought to be some sense of order to what was quickly turning out to be madness. The okay grandpa person's hot on the back of the chopper and wrapped his arms around the torso burly housing until Liam tiny tiny quickly too quickly ganked throb when he did the Harley Davidson shot forward with a short blast and grams head shot back bang with great force into the bike. Steel Sissy Bar behind skull skull hurt her second. Graham saw stars told himself to stay cool as he felt egg start swell as tiny peeled out on the interstate. Five eighty grand blinked his eyes open and squinted through the dust. Being spit up by the chopper held on for his life. Gripping tiny's chest which was clad in his leather biker. Best the one with the red hells angels top rocker emblazoned across the back in the bottom rocker letters C. A. L. I. F. O. R. N. I. Aid Gene Bending Golovin immediately recognizable death head logo in Small Square M. C. Patch. He knew he should've worn a helmet but tiny didn't have an extra brain bucket. His Old lady split with her so Graham tickets chances as he hopped on the back. Tiny's chopper on interstate. Five eighty and spun off in the morning joining Sunshine for Altamont speedway with his dome exposed in shiny show links caramel hair flowing in the northern California win. Graham looked good today. He knew it and he had to. It was a big day. It's not every day that you and your bank it's open for the rolling stones the biggest baddest rock and roll band on the planet but despite his confidence in his attire embroidered Halter taught stakes invest silk bell-bottoms that fit perfect type. Puka Shell Necklace. Graham was rattled his head hurt even with the short notice for the stones free concert. Radio stations across the country plugged it. Relentlessly they call to the people and the people came. Naturally I believe there is a massive congestion on the freeway and there are simply too many travelers too many cars for the road to hold and so the highway became a parking lot. Graham and his band were set set to perform in support of their excellent debut the Gilded Palace of sin which was by definition. A country album had effortlessly crossed over to a mainstream rock and roll audience. They're on their way up naked. Feel it in their bones but on that particular December morning in the hills of Alameda County. They weren't going nowhere. They've it literally driven themselves off the road into a ditch Graham was incensed. He wasn't gonNA miss this. He might have had a bird Chris Hillman and his band. There was a bona fide rolling stone. His man crush Keith Richards. Waiting for backstage he could only get himself through the four-mile sea of people. So he flagged down the hell's angel as soon as he saw deftly maneuvering through the traffic toward where Graham and company were broke down. Grandma had pleaded his case he was a musician. He was with the rolling stones. He I needed to get to the stage on time. Tiny agreed but how would the rest of the band get to the stage. They're only minutes to spare O.. They'll figure it out. Graham Said said that he left his bandmates on the roadside. He in tiny commission..

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"rolling stones" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"And violent organizations in America at the time were hired to run security the free concert which was expected to draw crowds upwards of one hundred thousand thousand. More people was arranged only thirty six hours minutes. After arriving at the concert say Mick Jagger was cold talked punched in the face by an angry fan who like many in attendance was likely tripping his brains out on the bad acid. That was going around. Alma was intended to be the west coast. Answer to Woodstock all peace love and good vibes proof that the baby boomers could organize themselves. Free of authority and shine as an example of a kinder gentler generation Shen and a better way of life in reality Almonte was the opposite. It exposed the live sixties punctuated the end of an era in Shona light on who the Rolling Stones have really were not idealistic piece Knicks. But rather the most dangerous band on the planet a ban that made great music some of the greatest music ever made as a matter of fact that music you heard at the top of the show wasn't great music. That was a preset loop from my mellow tron. Called Mellow Stone Samba. vk One I played you that loop because I can't afford the rights to Nana. Hey some good bye bye scheme and why. Why would a play that specific slice of fake motown exit cheese? Could I afford it. Because that was the number one song in America on December Sixth Nineteen in sixty nine and that was the rolling stones showed up at Dick. Carter's out two months speedway to headline the supposed festival of peace and love but instead it ended up driving the final nail into the coffin of the hippie on this episode. The mellow SOM- exit. She's hells angels in the Rolling Stones Bounce. I'm Jay Brennan.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Innovation Now

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Innovation Now

"Four decades the music of the rolling stones had global reach here on earth. Now the band's influence extends all the way to Mars. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future. NASA team has named Iraq on Mars Mars for music legend. The rolling stones a little larger than a golf ball. The Rock apparently rolled about three feet propelled by thrusters as insight touched down on Mars. The insight landers primary mission is to study the Red Planet's Interior but images of the surface taken the day after landing show where the rock rolled with the rolling stones about to perform nearby it made perfect sense for the JPL L. Team to name the Rock. The Rolling Stone Rock Robert Downey junior made the announcement at Pasadena's Rose Bowl stadium just before the ban took took stage official names for objects throughout the solar system can only be designated by the International Astronomical Union however the informal informal nickname will appear on Nasr's working maps of Mars giving rock scientists rock musicians and rock bands something to celebrate great for innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Hey, I'm Brian Hiatt. This is Rolling Stone music now. So Gary Clark junior as new album pull this land coming out Mark's. I and my colleague Patrick Doyle came in right here in the Sirius XM studios the other day and sat down with Gary talk about the new album, which is real step forward for him. Gary's this great blues. Guitarist who doesn't want to be just a great blues guitarist in two thousand eighteen he wants to make music that transcends the blues and speak to this time. And I think he started doing that. There's a great new single that will talk about called this land out. But let's hear what Gary and Patrick Doyle had to say. Can you tell me how you made this record because most people think of it like you go into the studio with producer, and they kind of guide you along than a label puts it out and sort of structured thing. But you didn't really stick to any rules with this thing. Right. No. I didn't Warner was cool enough to let me just go out on my own a loved the idea of production. I got into music because I was drawn into. Arrangements and sounds so they let me do my thing. I went to washy this is how it started off. So I knew how to make a record in wanting to make something. But I didn't know exactly what I was gonna do house gonna approach it. So I've always loved making beats and finally stepped my game up and got a new NPC figured out. How to use it? And I really just started messing around from there. My buddy, Sean McCarthy hooked me up cool guy, man, he'll be able to hard-drive of all this music. I never really heard before I most maybe ten thousand songs or something like that. So I'm just running through trying to find samples and flip things up and just make for myself. And I'm thinking it'd be a record and also trying to figure out how to record into this thing. So I started feeling like I was starting to get somewhere. Still didn't know what was going to be. And then I finally made this be this track on record called. I got my eyes on you. And that was one of the things like Lockheed uses for me, I could put some guitar on it. And you know, I think we could really do something here play drums on it. And then. Gazza-like? Now, you're terrible. Do better do use to play drums in a band. I used to play drums in certain bands. You know, like I'll be maybe third string. They called me up. If the good guys weren't there. So I'll maybe third or fourth string. And how it back if you guys up, but I have no discipline as a drummer. I think every single place in the song as an appropriate place for a drum fill saw. Yeah. I haven't been called for Joan gigging thing, I got fired without being too. When I was in the studio talking to Jacob who co-produced did some engineering on the record with you. He said that he thinks you're such a great ATar player because of your skills as a drummer. Well, that's very nice. But I think however for this record a muscular as drummer were not needed. Yeah. So that's we brought in Brannen temple Jay Johnson who are world class and laid it down so..

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Hey, Brian, Hiatt in this Rolling Stone music. Now today we're gonna be talking to an actual rock legend. Johnny Mark, who has a quite excellent solo album out called call the comment. He also has an autobiography that's a couple years old with his permission. We'll talk a little bit about that because it's a great books. It is still your life even if it's a couple years old, but welcome. Thanks, Brian. You invite people like to say you were a gun for hire, which isn't your favorite phrase, but you were doing a lot of different things, your phone, it seems like it never stopped ringing from the moment. You the Smiths ended reading your book. It's like the phone just went from one thing to another, or is that allusion? Was there ever a time when things were follow and quiet and you wonder what you're doing? I don't think so. So you know, my phone didn't really need to ring for the guest for the full years, thousand motive smile. So it wasn't like every day a phone was constantly ringing, but now. Got to be top player make and playing shows with, you know, locally for me pretty much my favorite musicians. So it's kind of been like a an amazing of trajectory us right word and journey say, okay, what you mentioned about the journeyman thing and the gunfire a lot. I mean, I star of vice even in nineteen seventy eight. That phrase was so worn out seven in nine, you know, for journalists to use the phrase, gunfire higher. I mean, really, it's light nights are we talking about the Doobie brothers fan? So so I don't really, you know, never really want to engage without kind of rhetoric. Buffing may be the is on people kind of understand my ammo now really, which is just kind of plain simple. Bena musician won't into with interesting people on interesting projects. You know with some hopefully interesting outcomes would hopefully stand the test of time. And I think the was really beautiful and important part of matzo posts. Rear those is done us still detested time as a few electric songs, certainly thoughts. I would've, hey it to have missed work in on, and then the list goes on and on this plenty of things with the pet shop. Boys, I would hate to have missed out on an would have really not wanted to miss out on doing some the film about dome with Zimmer and the still continuing to really so all makes total sense to me enough ill, very fortunate to be doing in frigates players. Seemed like about the best job in the world. This album as with all your soul stuff so well produced and you're the co-producer on it, you've done some producing, but I'm surprised that that hadn't been a big focus of your career because I think you would have big incredible fence a made a deliberate decision to turn down low to production office loss because been produced a search, a massive, emotional investment if you are doing it right. And in a way you almost be. Being a nice person, you almost put more responsibility on yourself for is particularly young is than you would on your own records to be a little. You know, I don't know. Just Mara fight about Moammar coats. I enjoy the of production and a lot of what I do want. One of the things I learned over the earliest McRae was arranged -ment. You know what I do. Technically, this month began a little too Museau. One of things I learned while I was working on even before the Smiths really would these experiments was making with putting towels on tape was arranging I was fascinated with the way these glam rock records were made when I was a little child basically and how they will put together. I really love that. And you know, one of the things on good, but I just out an out, turned down a load of producing and still do because I would care about it like it was my own record in some ways care about more than it was my own Recco because you're the protector of. Of other people's dreams, hopes and dreams. So you'd better not mess it up and it just his his, not worth it for me really because there's other things I need to be pointing my time into. So it was really not made me make decision. What's your bug from the new album?.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Saves me time and it keeps me in the studio where any be reporting these podcasts rather than running all around town, trying to find the right packaging postage for your disgrace land. And right now you can enjoy the stamps dot com service with a special offer. That includes a four year trial plus postage and a digital skin. Just go to stamps dot com. Click on the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in disgracing that stamps dot com. Enter disgrace land for four week trial plus postage and a digital skip. Let's get back to the show. In the fall of nineteen seventy six, Mick Jagger and Rolling Stones manager. Peter Rudge began scouting for a small venue to complete their double live album. Love you live. It was decided that the intimate L Makamba nightclub in Toronto would be the place. It was perfect, small, good sound and situated. So the production logistics would be relatively uncomplicated at the Rolling Stones. The biggest baddest band on the planet where to perform in a four hundred capacity club secrecy was the upmost importance. If word got out the ensuing shit show would prevent the gig from going off and the whole trip would be a waste of time and money in February nineteen. Seventy seven band members with the exception of Keith were already in Toronto under the guise of rehearsing for their upcoming summer stadium tour piece in his wife and Nita Paliburg broiled and. Canada candidate as junkies are want to do when they're playing landed. Authorities were waiting for them. Torius drugged out. Ruxton pizza'd fixed on the plane, but somehow the spoon ended up in nita's pocket. She busted, Keith, once again, have managed to escape the Canadian Mounties were now. While MRs Richards pondered her uncertain fate, he's in the rest of the rock and roll circus took over six floors at the harbour castle. Hilton downtown Toronto. The entourage was immense management. Publicist attorneys aids security, crew techs, wives, girlfriends, groupies, journalists, local scene, stors, and other assorted hangers. The party was endless. While stones management tended to the setup of the ill Makamba shows the band rehearsed at night and fell back afterward into the ongoing entourage party back at the hotel into the morning. Meanwhile, the Mounties descended upon the hotel with undercover cops dressed as waiters to take in the scene in scope out where amongst this madness, Keith was holed up with the stash. They soon determine which room was copying it and waited until he passed out before beginning their raid. When they entered the room on February twenty seventh nineteen seventy seven, Keith was passed out keeping awake for days rehearsing partying. It took some time for the mountains too roused when they finally did Keith reminded them that he needed to be conscious in order to be rested. The joke did plant the Mounties found keys tire stash some cope a bit of week and the motherload twenty two grams of heroin, the Mounties new, their stuff to this wasn't low grade local swag. This was great smack the kind the Royal Canadian Mounted. Police took pride keeping off of their streets. The quantity in origin. One thing tend to distribute. They had Keith on trafficking. This meant a minimum of seven years, and this wasn't some back county, local sheriff who could be bought off or some local constable who owed the band's high Power to. Attorney favor. This was pissed off police feds, who felt they've been embarrassed at the airport made to look like fools for allowing this traveling shit show to establish its own private Amora in the middle of downtown Toronto. Fuck this. Bring the scrawny pricking, throw the book. Adam, send him away for seven years and teach the rest of the world onto fuck with the Mounties, but the Mounties themselves fucked up. They booked Keats in a police station out of the jurisdiction and because of this technicality, Keith bounce after paying next to nothing, no deposit bail. But the pending trial looming seven year prison stint hung heavy on the minds of the band in their handlers. This could very well mean the end of the Rolling Stones. But the band pressed on, they continued to prep for their secret shows that somehow still remain secret rehearse and of course party even with an increased Mountie presence. Hanging out in the hotel lobby the data, the shows couldn't come soon enough. On March fourth, nineteen, seventy seven, pedestrians passing by the L combo heard what they thought was a rolling stone's tribute band, rehearsing in preparation for that evening show with Canadian rock band people wine. But later that evening, when the first lady of Canada, Margaret Shudo was spotted backstage. It was clear that this was no tribute band, ladies and gentlemen. This was the Rolling Stones burning through an intimate club show their first and thirteen years, and there were no flies on inspired by Ronnie's. New. Take on early stones covers classics like Chuck Berry's around and around how wolves little red rooster and hell bent originals like Brown sugar and jumping Jack flash, the stones, Lee waste to the tiny L. Sweat sex, pure rock and roll. Crowd was mesmerized for a minute. They'd forgotten that the first lady was in the house. When the show ended and Margaret Trudeau was spotted hopping into a limo with Mick and Ronnie things took a turn. The press noted that this was the sixth anniversary of her marriage to the country's prime minister. What was she doing out alone with the most dangerous rock and roll band in the world rumors started to circulate the back at the hotel. MRs Trudeau was seen running through the halls wearing only a bathrobe. The press as the cliche goes had a field day, but that didn't stop Maggie from hanging out while the band remained in Toronto for their last show in L Makamba she hung out at the hotel looked after Keith's, young son, Marlin, and in her own words, it was innocent. All she did was quote smoke a little hash play dice and drink a little wine on quote, Keith later claimed that she did in fact do a bit more than that to be blunt, Keith claims. She slept with both mic and Ronnie at the same time. Time. Maggie hit the second show in the company of both men. The press could not believe what they were seeing asked for comment while posing for a picture with the first lady, the Rolling Stones drummer Charlie watts claimed I wouldn't want my wife associating with us. Posing

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Hey i'm brian hyatt is rolling stone music now kelly clarkson is back on tv and the focus and had a chance to talk to yesterday about returning to the world a reality television after many years of absence as well as our excellent new album here's some of what she had to say singing stay tuned you come so far since idle obviously and it's been so many years everyone was asking you about you know why did you choose the voice over idle mike question really is why did you go back on tv at all and what doubts if any to you have about entering this world again after having a very different kind of career for all these years yeah i mean you know i'd love to say that there were a ton of thought about that dan um but there really wasn't i mean honestly i've kind of been the kid the one thing that hasn't changed about me um is i've always done what i feel like my god tells me to do like i wanted to do like regardless if it's a thing that management or my label is like into or not like i've always just kind of and like you know i have one life and like i you know i'm not afraid of is that all of this goes away and i really just want to do what i want to do like oh then what i love and what kind of speaks to me in the moment and um and you know this was kind of a no brainer i mean because my husband also manages blake shelton so you know we split our time um with you know our family and when he's out there with him more on the road with him and and uh it kind of made sense like we could all be in one place i'd get to like work with you know kind of pay it forward with people that were once me um and i really do love the show um i've loved it before it even aired um because we're managed by the same company i.

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