35 Burst results for "Ronnie"
Democrats Are Sleepwalking Into a Senate Disaster
"Democrats are sleepwalking into a Senate disaster reported on Maddie Iglesias He's a lefty substack They're noting that yeah 2022 isn't great for the Republicans but the Republicans will make some ground up because Biden's so unpopular But quote 2024 is much worse Look at the races in 2024 John tester Montana he's a Democrat and an awful one at that what he did to Ronnie Jackson an awful one How is John tester still elected statewide Montana I want to buy a place in Montana I love Montana I love love my town I had a guy come up to me in the place that he breakfast on if the church on Sunday this week telling me again how much he knows I love my tiny listen to my show How is John tester still a senator in Montana He's up Joe Manchin West Virginia Sorry gotta go Gotta go but he was wet He's not with us He's with the Democrats He can come over to the Republican side and then we can consider it He said Democrat Got to go Sorry Are you want to play cutesy time with people You go I don't do cutesy town I'll do a cutie time I think You want to do cutesy time You got to find a different show That's not this show Montana blood red state Virginia blood blood red state These two are probably doomed Sherrod Brown and Ohio one of the few states in the country trending red along with Florida Bottom are trending blue Jared Brown and Ohio 2024 deep trouble Bob Casey in Pennsylvania palous state trending purple big trouble Big big trouble
Congressman Jackson Calls for Biden's Resignation
"A White House Doctor Who was a doctor for both Barack Obama and Donald Trump is calling for Biden's immediate resignation says he has such cognitive problems. He is not capable of leading the country. This is doctor Ronnie Jackson. He is a Republican, so therefore it will be dismissed, and you won't see it on CNN or MSNBC or in The New York Times, but he is a doctor. He is bound by the Hippocratic oath to say something completely totally irresponsible could cause him to lose his license to practice medicine. So it seems to me, even though he is a Republican, he did perform as The White House doctor for both Barack Obama and Donald Trump and it seemed to me that he deserves at least listening, being listened to.
NJ State Sen. Ed Durr on Why He Ran for Political Office
"So senator you were a truck driver correct I want to make sure I get the bio data right And thank you for doing that It's a noble profession but you are a truck driver before correct I'm still a truck driver Dan I just got done driving this morning Awesome Okay I love this guy already We're just Ed So you decide one day or in the state of New Jersey and you're like I've kind of had enough of this crap I'm in this deep blue state You know I believe in civil liberties and big R God given rights and stuff And I'm going to put my name on a ballot What's the moment I haven't run for office myself and not succeeded like you did It's why I have such great admiration for what you did What made you decide to take the plunge I mean was it one specific issue Was it some road to Damascus moment What was it Well I jumped in and I did lose in the past also This was my third attempt to run for assembly a couple of times and I lost the issue that got me motivated was the Second Amendment I decided that I wanted to have my concealed carry because I was never really that tuned into local politics I always did the national politics voted the president voted to primary stuff like that I would a vote every year But I never really paid attention to who was Ronnie Like most people didn't know who my state senator was didn't really know the Secretary of State was in the state Government And so I just went and applied and I was turned down you know Jersey as you know is a very hard to get your gun rights state
40 Republicans Call for Joe Biden to Take Cognitive Test
"Nearly 40 Republican lawmakers have written a letter to Joe Biden expressing concern for his quote current cognitive state. Including Ronnie Jackson, the former White House doctor, who was his doctor and also Obama's doctor. Wow. Quote, my colleagues and I are again asking President Biden to immediately undergo a formal cognitive screening exam. Such as the Montreal, cognitive assessment. As a former physician writes Ronnie Jackson to three presidents, of the United States, I know what it takes, mentally and physically to execute the duties of commander in chief and head of state. Biden has continually proven to me and the world that something isn't right. The American people deserve to have absolute confidence and something he says is not right.
"ronnie" Discussed on Fresh Air
"You know, people just said, well, we don't want to be bothered with him, because he was known for suing people and, you know, making scenes and keeping people in court. And that's basically why I didn't get started. As fast as I wanted to, you know, because when I went, he sort of like, you know, stuff is too sensitive at the time. You recently remarried and I believe your husband is also your manager. Yeah. And I was wondering if you were ever afraid to get involved with a professional relationship that was also an intimate relationship because of how you had been hurt the first time by combining the two and I tell you, I wouldn't have never met. First of all, I've been married two years. And I have two kids now, a three and four. I would feel I had kids till they had three kids, but they were all adopted. But with this particular marriage, I wouldn't have gotten married to this gentleman if I had known. I see, I made sure because of my first marriage. I made sure I 'cause he was managing other people in Broadway shows and stuff. So he knew that I loved it, and I knew he loved what he was doing. And I don't think I would have ever gotten married to a man that didn't like my career or didn't have anything to do with it or just didn't want me on stage. So I really I know just saying I would have never married again. I'm glad you're back recording and performing again. It's a pleasure to hear your voice. Thank you, Terry. I'm so glad to be back. And I thank you very much for spending some time with us on any time. Ronnie spector spoke with Terry gross in 1987. The seminal singer of the early rock era died last week. She was 78 years old. After a break, I review the Gilded Age, the new HBO costume drama series premiering Monday. It's from Julian fellowes, the creator of the PBS series Downton Abbey..
Ronnie Spector, '60s icon who sang ‘Be My Baby,’ dies at 78
"Singer singer Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector and and the the Ronettes Ronettes has has died died after after a a brief brief battle battle with with cancer cancer according according to to her her family family she she was was seventy seventy eight eight I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at her her life life and and career career Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector wrote wrote in in her her memoir memoir back back when when the the run run outs outs were were known known as as Ronnie Ronnie in in the the relatives relatives they they had had yet yet to to have have a a hit hit so so they they wow wow to to their their audiences audiences with with tight tight skirts skirts and and lots lots of of mascara mascara the the audition audition for for Bennett's Bennett's future future husband husband and and ex ex husband husband producer producer Phil Phil Spector Spector in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty three three he he produced produced their their heads heads be be My My Baby Baby baby baby I I love love you you and and Christmas Christmas songs songs like like sleigh sleigh ride ride Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector had had a a resurgence resurgence in in popularity popularity when when Eddie Eddie money money featured featured her her on on his his nineteen nineteen eighty eighty six six on on take take me me home home tonight tonight a a movie movie based based on on her her autobiography autobiography is is in in the the works works
The Comical Switches of Brian Kilmeade Being Booed and Cheered on Stage
"And you had that great interaction with ainsley the other day about the Billy Joel concert You know you were saying how in New York if you were to go on stage sometimes you get booed and then you go to Alabama and George and other places And everybody's cheering right Now it's a totally like two different world Real quick I get asked to play in the celebrity All-Star Game at Chase stadium where excuse me Citi Field And everybody can cheer I'd go up in New York where I grew up to 25 miles where I grew up and I get booed and I go wait I mean what did I do I mean I used to play something And then I go out and go to skin's concept and it gets off the stage playing free bird They play watching Ronnie van zant playing in the 1970s and Johnny van synk is off the stage comes up behind it says join me on stage I go wait You're playing free birdie Yeah but my brother's sing this one I think brings me up What country I mean I say what planet am I on but we've seen that you snuck up on me while I watched his concert I mean you can't pay him No you can't You
Arbery death trial dominated by race before it even begins
"Opening statements are slated today in the trial of three Georgia man accused of chasing and killing twenty five year old Ahmad armory last year all three defendants Gregory and Travis met Michael and neighbor William Ronnie Bryan who are white have pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in the February twenty twenty death of Ahmad armory who was black armory was jogging when he was chased by the father and son with Roddy Brian videotaping the incident which ended with armory fatally shot attorney Ben Crump is calling it outrageous that the jury consists of eleven white people and just one juror who is black even the judge Timothy Walmsley agreed with prosecutors the exclusion of so many other black potential jurors appeared to be intentional discrimination but he says Georgia law limited his ability to intervene I'm Jackie Quinn
Jury selection moving slow in Ahmaud Arbery slaying trial
"It's day two of jury selection in the trial of three white men accused of killing a modern are pre a black man in Georgia in February of twenty twenty prosecutors and defense attorneys spent hours yesterday questioning twenty potential jurors out of six hundred one said he was sick of hearing about the case another wondered if she should fear for her safety if picked and the verdict angers people so far eight potential jurors were dismissed meanwhile the judge urged the lawyers to streamline their approach the defense insists Greg McMichael and son Travis along with neighbor William Ronnie Bryant who video the shooting committed no crimes the McMichael say they believed about Arbor was a burglar prosecutors say he was just jogging through the neighborhood I'm Julie Walker
In trial over Arbery death, racial reckoning looms large
"Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of three white men charged with killing an unarmed black man in Georgia in February of twenty twenty many see the case as a reckoning for the local justice system amada armory was chased and fatally shot after Greg McMichael and his son Travis saw him running in their neighborhood prosecutors say he was just out jogging they chased him in a pickup truck more than two months passed before the McMichael's ended neighbor William Ronnie Bryant who taped the encounter were charged with the murder for many it's not just the white defendants on trial but rather a justice system that allowed them to remain free for weeks after they pursued and killed a black man I'm Julie Walker
Rolling Stones open American tour, pay tribute to drummer
"The rolling stones are touring again this time without the man who kept the beat for them for decades most definitely mixed emotions as the rolling stones took the stage in St Louis last night the usual excitement of launching the tour this the first concert stop in the band's pandemic delayed no filter series in the U. S. tempered because it was the first time they performed after the death of drummer Charlie watts who died last month at age eighty the show opened with an empty stage the only sound a drumbeat as images of what's flashed on the video screen after the first two songs Mick Jagger Keith Richards and Ronnie what step toward the audience Jagger and Richards holding hands as they thank fans for the love and support they've gotten since watch died the show resume with tumbling dice a song dedicated to what's almost quills Gabriel
Plastic Surgery for Prisoners Goes Back to the 1950s
"Science historian sharona pearl is interested in faces. She's researched physiognomy. Which is the study of facial features in their relationship to character. She's written about face transplants. She teaches at drexel university in philadelphia and she was working on a new book about face recognition. She was tracking down stories of people trying to avoid law enforcement taking drastic steps to change their appearance. Everything from people trying to dodge modern face recognition software to a famous british train robber ronnie biggs who got plastic surgery in order to evade the authorities after his massive train. Theft as she got deeper into this kind of research looking for more examples of people changing their faces using search terms like criminals and plastic surgery. She stumbled upon something else entirely. This whole other world turns up what she found. Blew her mind. All of these studies written from the nineteen fifties throws late as the one thousand nine hundred eighty s about programs in prison that gave people plastic surgery as a mechanism to lower rates of recidivism. That's right plastic surgery for prisoners nose jobs ears pinned chisel jolla lines tattoo removal all sorts of cosmetic procedures in an effort to give people a chance at a better life. Somehow if there looks were changed they would be less inclined to commit crimes and return to prison after they were released and this went on until about thirty years ago.
"ronnie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Touring his words so if people basically a people people like seeing live music they want things to go. They want to be able to on a friday or saturday. Sunday night rainy night or any time a day that they want to go and sit down restaurant not comply than their fault. I mean i don't know how many how many musicians are wanting to say. Basically what i'm about to say and it is look. Don't be a deck wanna get out and play. You wanna come and see us. We want the world to be back to normal. So do you don't be a deck. Let's go let's do it. You know and not only the music industry. It's like other industries as well. It's like come on everyone and we on the line to line. What wear a mask who cares. Let's get the numbers down. You know what how many people that i've seen online. Who six months or seven or eight months ago. You know like oh. It's conspiracy to stop the other. They would post. I just lost my grandmother to call it our lost my great aunt. And it's like where were i would never in a million years. Say anything to them. But in hindsight being twenty twenty and thinking oh my god because was it someone else gets spoke like you or thought about you that actually you know had an impact on on that situation like don't think about yourself think about others like get about youth mission. I forget about us. Forget about the movie industry. Forget about everyone it's like. Let's worry about the restaurant. Owner's let's worry about our own family. Let's worry about the family then of friends and family and people that you do not know. Okay let's worry about them. Let's could i do something to endanger someone else. Okay is that is not being dick. No it's called being a human being right so be a human being and help out other people go worried as soon as people start doing that. Restaurants will open a movie theaters will open. You'll start to see bands. You'll start to see you know things will come alive but help out your fellow. Human beings don't like get off line and stop doing this frigging conspiracy theory crap. Okay where the where the virus came from. We're gonna gonna find out we're gonna know. Okay we're gonna you know it doesn't take it's just gonna take a little bit of time to figure that out but don't you know what i mean like just because you're not liking something. There's something going on. I think about other people because people are dying because other people aren't thinking and that's what it basically comes down to thank you for saying you know what the final thing is cove it. Don't be a dick young telling you. You don't want to wear a mass. Stay the hell home. Don't go more wash frigging hands. I wear. I agree with you. I agree can you tell us again. where to go to to get to sign up and subscribe to that rock casts. Oh the rhythm session rod cast and just you know what they can get it through my website which i just released on sunday february twenty eighth on sunday because we have to days but if they go there there's a section on top called rock cast but it's it's pod bean it's called rhythm section rock cast and in fact the last hollywood monsters album can be purchased online through. My website is well. It's on there and i share the I share the proceeds with the guys. So i told staff. I said no problem. Here's what i'm gonna do. Let's do it allowed. There's no There's no online thing i mean we've got for for physical copies vicky music in japan and die hard music in brazil so because everything we talked about this show they can access through your new website can yes ronnie robson dot com Sauce yes thank you so much for coming on the broadcast around the and sharing your music in your stories and that's great. Great shave shave. My mom i pleasure and you know what knowing your husband. I want you to give them a big hug for me. Okay right a huge one. Intel walmart card is in the mail hidden joe hidden joke. But you know what walmart car in the mail. Okay can thank you very much and thank you. Everyone for listening Walmart alley night time ronnie. Eric you love thank you all for tuning into the buzzer podcast network. Season two begins soon. The buzzer podcast will wind down season. One of both rogue at the top episodes of season will start airing september. The suh start the season one shows with needing fan. Engagement subscribes and download. Count the gratitude. Half of the mubark of artists who share third music on the bus or network is over the moon to our loyal listeners. Thank you for tuning in and being a powerful part of our achievement because of you the buzzer. Podcast is top. Ten percent of the most popular shows out of over two point. Six million podcast viruses score. Follow us on instagram. At the buzz from media and on twitter at the buzzer indeed subscribed fees at of five dr car without you. None of what we do is possible. Listen em remember without new set. Our campuses point on air indie from ipad cheers. All the amway's until next time cherish ya..
"ronnie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Throw out some names. What about it is is is the bio states and it was funny. Because i didn't write this bil- in when i when i looked at all the names i went holy cow. Did i do that. Understanding ron arcane. We're gonna region ozzy osbourne black sabbath. Whitesnake deep purple. Make a testament quite right. We will stir call lizzy prophecy ronnie. Jane's deal platinum blonde hollinger danko jones. Gardo heaven how jeff roth towel and the michelson group and hollywood monsters even very busy with thought-out lesser. You're part of that group. I would say. Well yeah well yeah. Well what it is is recorded with current or ex members of those right and it's cool because i'm yeah you know what i'm getting getting emails from from people saying you know. Hey i'm looking for a bass player to tour with or my bands looking for a bass player with and again. We'll mention any names right now. We'll we'll leave it open. So i've got the recording end of things down which which is cool which is great. But also the touring and things was amazing. Because now i get it. I get to leave the house and that will be your because i've been retired in march february. Twenty ninth chelation last year. Thank you and now and the thing about it was is hollywood. Monsters was supposed to tour that summer. So i thought you know what i'm going to take when i can go i'm gonna go. I'm going to rehearse. I'm gonna get you know my proverbial crap together and make sure that that when we do that i will just be absolutely outstanding in this in this band and we're supposed to step on Vinnie apostasy minneapolis. Agreed to tour as part of hollywood monsters and we had an amazing guitar player. Who played with ronnie james steel and was in the band at the same time a period of time with ronnie james steal. His name's tracy g. He's absolutely fantastic from california and it was we're gonna do northeastern states in the canada. So we would. We would tour the states and then come back in the canada and then we decide what to do but everyone kind of agreed to it. This is what we're gonna do. Pandemic happened and next thing you know all at home so i got other bands reaching out to me now saying you know what's going on if we need you. Would you be okay. Would you be cool with ed. And i'm like well. Yeah you know. I get to leave the house and i really want to leave my house like i love my husband but i want leave your own i i so you anticipate getting back during with all the way hollywood monsters. You know what i would love that and put it this way. Once things start to open up. I am going to say to guys. We have to do this. We have to get out especially this lineup if we had to keep our player whatever fantastic but with this lineup. I mean tracy. Jeez than amazing guitar player vinnie apathy. His resumes herself so staff. I mean it would be. I think i. I don't think you'd ever see us not smile on stage together we entered it. You know what. I mean like it would be one of these things so institute your question. Yes yes yes and yes.
"ronnie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Think he is that face of american metal down. Yeah metallica's star. John ray with with rash and and and everything but What was the story that you were going to talk about the auto show before the heaven and hell. Yeah that show was was so cool and obviously on a hopefully deal fantasy near that understanding what rainbow means to this man but so the last show that that came through in that i saw him thousand island and it was an outdoor events. And it was you know. August and It was a big rainstorm coming in and we thought we might get rained out. It was it was bad. You know so like by buddy eric. I'm mutual friend. We were going to show together. We've been together. Of course you'll come around with going and you know we're down moved down here and raining running lakefront and pouring and thundering and all that stuff and all of a sudden the storm goes out. And there's a giant rainbow all lake michigan and again. I remember telling people this. But you know peter my i like that. That's obviously the greatest. Show our ronnie ryan ronnie some summons everybody up and cleared the storm out and crawl the rainbow to come on was like all sorts of so great and i was the only one there were other guys. They're saying things. Joe but yeah i would call was a sign. Was it as a deadly time iphone. Yeah yeah i mean. Yeah yeah remarkable. How was he later on in his career was he just as powerful voice you know as he was in his prime the voice the voices pop of course it changed. It changed a little bit but the voice is always powerful little the stature and just come on stage belt belted and the passion yet and you know the way he moves his movements never change and and and all the you say the imagery you know when when it used to do that that little that little bit what happened and how when he would go to the I don't know how you call it but They they were going through a segment where he had red light coming up on him and he goes. There's a big. How looking up at me and as you just never know it was always the same. It never was like come on a wheelchair or your heating. I didn't skip a beat. Which kills me less than a year. He was gone on that. You know it's amazing. What did they do. They do deal songs during that period or those are just sat at stuff. Beat it every I believe you know. I don't remember the The exact lineup. it was established up. There was new. There was new stuff that they put out on on that album that that was the old status plus they did like the bible black. There were sweet song that they put on that one I i can't. I can't recall. They did all the stuff. I have to look that up because i think it was you tony. I only in vinnie only been yet correct. Correct markle author and a friend of mine. I had no idea a lawyer. Friend of mine rogue offensive. I've seen this show. He's pro and i'll beg out two years like you're kidding me. You never get a chance to now. You've you know one thing about the deal community with fans as you guys instantly connect if you got deal shirts on or if you're wherever you're at you know i mean there's a place downtown call lockdown which is like this burger places crazy burger place and they play heavy metal music. While you eat similar to coupons and you've met now the turns out to be one of your good friends. Yeah yeah another another great story you got the time Yeah so. I went and was actually the anniversary around. Ronnie's passing back from not sure. How many years in but it was Was sixteen and i went there. I drove my bike. I gotta aright and they've got a big mural on the wall by the way. I don't know if people know this of chicago. People knowledge unfortunately lockdown that there anymore. He moved on better even better things. He's in california right now But there's a big mural random ronnie tight is out there so that i gotta lock down. I'm gonna go over here. And i'm sitting at the bar and they got you'll go and stuff and they got great burger and i i hate to be that guy but i says you know i. I don't wanna be that guy asks you know. Play this or do that. But it's the anniversary of the guy that's on your wall outside that. Do you think we can play. You know maybe one one deal some in you know much and You know in his memory and she says yeah no problem whatever and then the corner was guys kinda like playing with guitar cocco couple of people and turns out it was y- owner so he goes back they're put in. Dvd of deal live at the spectrum in philly and starts playing it from start and he comes up to talking to me like the greatest friends matters brother Big fan and the funny thing was that they just eat played that that all the crew and the laypeople ever. Nfl can you put something out like no a lot this guys but it's still to this day a true good friend and Was just awesome. We've we've been. We've been friends ever since the always put me friendships that that i Cultivated just knowing riding the oh and listening to song. I mean i. It's one. I was in new orleans. My brother's bachelor party. I went to a bar called the dungeon. Any guys know at the end of the but a great place to go down and listen to the metal and got you know skull dark oils and all that kind of stuff. It brokaw and i put on. I forget what song i put on. It was a sabbath. Some problems and i'm singing. It and i looked to my left and there's guy looks take you just got off the golf course. He's got no short time polo shirt and the two and he looks at me and we worn off to each other. Whatever song guy's name is charles South carolina to this day. If you walk in front of me. I wouldn't even know i wouldn't even know but to this day i'll get random pat. Hey was looking in. Die young. The other day bobby orr. I'm listening to die. Young right now body how you doing. I was already in a back and forth. You know random so back. Ronnie gave us music. He gave his passion for his music and friendship to you know he gave. He gave all hispanic community. Basically a fan. Yeah yeah yeah you fans you know. He was with the fans that was that was big for him in. How does that correlate with him. Being italian italians are very into family. Family's very important in the italian community and not part of the upbringing. I mean you know. That's not just you know. Put the family. Let let's face it. You're nothing without your fans right. I mean you can put all the music out in the world but nobody comes to see your and nobody to it. What you know. You're playing music right. So you got good your fans and and then even translated with wendy. How the blues were at the house of blues. Hominy yoga cycles came through and she's there happened to be on vacation and when grammy illness a deal. I i'm a big fan around. Sorry for your lots. And she was all smiles hug. You know beijing so much for being here just humble and knew that you know the home if it was a humble with.
Playing Jazz With Charlie Watts, on Nights off From the Rolling Stones
"The rolling stones have often been described as the greatest rock and roll band in the history of rock and roll. We're talking over years about mick jagger. Brian jones keith. Richards bill wyman mick taylor and ronnie wood and the drummer charlie watts who was described in a recent new york times headline as the serene drummer who kept the stones rolling. That times article went on to say that while mr richards guitar. Riff defined the band's most famous single satisfaction. Mr watts drum pattern was just as essential. And that he charlie watts was quote relentless on painted black and supple on ruby tuesday and the master of funky groove on honky. Tonk woman not surprising since jazz was his. I love indeed stones guitarist. Keith richards road. The charlie watts has always been the bed that i lie on musically music including songs lyrics and performance. They are a powerful form of free speech protected by the first amendment and the rolling stones have helped us celebrate that freedom. Their drummer charlie. Watts gave us the satisfaction of music. That sustained us. He died in late august at the age of eighty
Grant Stinchfield: Ronnie Johns Made a Secret Deal With Louisiana's Governor
"Follow him onto a stench field. Seventeen seventy six grant. Welcome back to america. I dr genes so get to beyond you so you went to a specific local story which was shocking and it's a levels of corruption. Which would you read tell it here for a millions of listeners across the nation so this was about the louisiana bill i take it. Is that what you're talking about. The guy who was on the the constitutional carry bill and then the guy who was offered the the game can emission a job. Just what will list magin. Nobody knows about this story because everybody needs to hear it. I am so glad you asked me about this. Because just today was announced as the gaming commissioner. I'm talking about state representative ronnie johns of louisiana This is a guy that made a secret deal with the governor to not show up to vote on constitutional carry which is the veto override session. So consider this dr g. The senate passed the bill. The house passes the bill. They have a democrat. Governor anti gun anti freedom governor in louisiana de vetoes the bill. Well he may say deal with this. Ronnie johns whitney surgery two weeks ago. Please don't show up that way. We can override the veto with a super majority. He made another deal with another guy there. Too for some bridge in his in his district and lo and behold what happens if fails in the veto session and just today. It is announced by the governor that ronnie johns will have the gaming commissioner seats Or spot as the gaming commissioner in the state of louisiana knows louisiana. The game commissioner is a very powerful position This is the height of arrogance. It's the height of trading political favors at the expense of the people that elected. You people should be outraged. And i actually think there ought to be an investigation. If it's not illegal it should
Iran's President Warns Weapons-Grade Enrichment Possible
"Iran's outgoing president Hassan Rouhani warns his country could enrich uranium to weapons grade levels of ninety percent of it chose though it still wanted to save it tatted nuclear deal with world powers to me a mall what should come on Monday about being opponents meeting Ronnie made the ninety percent remark a remedy for him to suggest to Ron could take that approach on his powers however have waned as the Iranian public south of his government the meat and economy suffering on the U. S. sanctions but his remarks signal around could take a more belligerent approach with the west as hardline president elect Abraham Gracie is due to take office next month in April Iran began enriching uranium up to sixty percent I'm Charles Taylor this month
How to Resist Temptation
"Deuteronomy chapter twenty. Three verse nine says when you are encamped against your enemies then you shall keep yourself from every evil thing so this is in the middle of a variety of laws in deuteronomy chapter twenty three about cleanliness and about holiness and specifically here. You can tell from the context. This is talking about win. When god's people would be going into battle and there encamp against their enemies in those moments in particular keep yourself. God says from every evil thing knowing that our greatest need before god is purity right think about jesus. Words blessed are the pure in heart for they will see god and knowing the context here in the old testament that when god's people would go into foreign lands they would be tempted to worship foreign gods to adopt foreign customs to leave behind. God's word and god's worship for idols and practices and immorality in those places in god saying be pure in heart be pure in every way if god was calling his people to keep themselves from every evil thing then is he not calling us to do the exact same thing today and so we pray god keep us from evil even as you taught us to pray our father in heaven lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil today. God we know every single one of us praying right now listening right now as i'm speaking right now. Every single one of us is tempted will be tempted. To sin today will be tempted to evil. God we pray based on this picture endure ronnie chapter twenty three verse nine. Help us to keep ourselves from every evil thing.
A Hardline Act to Follow: Iran's Presidential Election
"Serena's in marathon. Iran's supreme leader ali khamenei is imploring citizens to go to the polls tomorrow to vote for their next president. It might seem that. They're being offered a real choice. A say in the direction their country goes in they know better hardline. Clerics are in the ascendant. Moderate or reform minded types are in short supply on the ballot. Mr a lambasted what he called the satanic centers of power in the world as the malign force in the election into what i'm bitter vija it's the consolidation of hardline theocratic. Power that he himself engineering that we'll keep voters at home. They've never really been free elections in the islamic republic since the revenues and mit nine. Nicholas the economists. Middle east correspondent clerics wheeled out and candidates can be disqualified for the flimsiest of reasons. Elections are highly orchestrated affairs even by these standards. Tomorrows presidential election is shaping up as a false. How so how is this. One worst than than previous ones. Nearly six hundred candidates applied to replace hudson. Ronnie the current president the guarding council a group of clerics and lawyers who vet candidates allowed just seven on the ballot and that call has removed any serious charges who faith a better economic and political ties with the west mr hominy. The supreme leader couldn't overruled the council and added more candidates to drum up enthusiasm but he chose not to instead. The regime has put all its effort into making one candidate. The president this is not meant to be in an election in other words. it's rather a coronation.
Italian Cable Car Plunges to the Ground, Killing Several People
"In northern Italy say a mountaintop cable cars plunged to the ground, killing at least nine people. Italy's Alpine rescue service said Two Children have been taken to the hospital. The cable car collapsed near the summit of the stress of Montana Ronnie Cable car line in the Piedmont region.
Chiefs Land Pro Bowl OT Orlando Brown Jr. From Ravens in Trade
"News today with the chiefs and the ravens orlando brown junior aka zeus junior traded from baltimore. He'll be traded on draft night. I guess to. Kansas city has changed for a bunch of draft picks and on top of schefters report. Patrick mahomes just puts up five smiley face emoji now. They've got joe. Tony kyle long austin blythe and they're probably going to get the rhondda rene tardif back so we thought they might sign eric fisher down the road. That'd be only because of an injury when he gets healthy but orlando brown junior one to play left tackle. Obviously ronnie stanley gets all the left. Tackle money there. So and the run when he's healthy cell orlando brown junior change for the chiefs. Pick number thirty one and a couple of other Picks in this year next year's draft.
"ronnie" Discussed on RPM45
"Hey. This is marquess off and this is RPM forty-five. In this episode of RPM Forty Five I get to indulge my inner Chicago guy talking with Ronnie Rice of the new colony six, one of a number of Chicago bands that hit it big in the late sixties. Ronnie. Was the writer and lead singer of the group's two biggest hits. I will always think about you and things I'd like to say Ronnie's a funny guy and I had a great time talking with him I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I'm thrilled to have you I really ANDROID I. Work but. Thrilled might be a little much I. Am because I grew up listen from Chicago you know and I I grew up listening to you guys. Yeah. Your music is a big part of my life. It's nice when you realize that. You feel good. L.. So. We're here with Ronnie Rice of New County six of very successful group ten singles on Billboard's top one hundred from nineteen, sixty, six to seventy, one, two, top twenty singles both were top two singles in Chicago where the group was from, and like I said, your music was a big part of my teenage years so I really appreciate having you. In preparing for this, it really took me back to the time and reminded me because I kind of forgotten what a great rock and roll scene that Chicago head back in the mid to late sixties. Absolutely. Yeah. Coming out at time option. Yes, we're fortunate. into the ring person who really made it Get. Right at. The base writer promoter see. The beaten our responsible over the success of. Good more now Ugali before I an. Verse single with again thanks to beaten. Our became a number of your style. Yes I remember. Well. They were I robot about. That made it. Would take place on the keyboard where soy edition? Joined up with them after mcgrew. wrote his treat agree to voguish Long Ha. That's plenty saw. People were. SMART. You know what? I wasn't aware that you weren't in the group right I thought the get go right where? The recording session when you say. Okay. So so I confess and it was all over Chicago radio I, mean it was a hit. A big number two here I can say. Nine much nationally until the songs that you wrote I will always think about you and things I'd like to say we're hurting widow had beautiful size really beautiful songs but you. But you know what? At one thing I was reminded of that I've forgotten what I started. You know greeting up on you guys refreshing my memory is that the band started out as kind of a garage band sound I mean, I confess the whole of it isn't that much different than alternative like punk rock. And so. The band was very versatile. They did a lot of different kind of S- towns. You know they start out with that and then they did some really poppy stuff like love you so much I'm just waiting you know treated groovy and then that song can't you see me cry to me it's kind of a British sound. Your Probably. Wrong So. That's a great song. I'm surprised that wasn't a hit. More than I did that. Time I didn't London is that right? I wouldn't even. I'd enjoy until. Now that you're one seeing rain your I liked to do I liked more now than I ever did. So twenty things change for you but Y-. Occasionally. Go it's not bad shouted. Okay. Yeah. We are not a great spirited. I share but you don't like the sound really changed again, occur from garage. Grind van. Yes. The way. One in the right right But as it turns out. Of Balance Only. We apart from that. I think they were fattening or MOS anyway. So anyway. Were arrived. By eight. Mile. Wally. You've had such success with that stuff. I mean how could you not get? What look at. Your. Emotional. You're all good guys. They're still together. We did a television program not too long ago. Was Unbeaten. Around the country. Under. The new colony and merit read is shows only. What was your relationship with all those other bands although Chicago bands? Do you consider yourself rivals or were you all on the same page? At. One time I at least. Competitive kind of. Everybody. In. Bed Your Bigger GONNA make. country. But never gone. Over one day we'd be. In the United States at. Santa Clara. Whatever was and? We follow the after their. Big Butts really were Negro it harm forced. So we were so fortunate because even who said should have made that did not make it as biggest. Agree with that living in Chicago thought the CRYAN shames were big group and then when you get out of Chicago. They were dating really have any big hits nationally well, answer Sandberg because they were on a major label Columbia with right exactly. Were Able They didn't get a promotion that could've? The should. Just credible so I think our job. is a sad thing to marcher. Some Joe. Together. Yes. You know as it turns out that was like I say two years ago we did that show we've been doing it ever since our sater's here. Are you still doing that show my own since nineteen? Seventy. Sun. Angle. About. Rua. Real. Little. Richard. Chuck Berry earlier today.
"ronnie" Discussed on 27 Club
"February second nineteen seventy five New York. City. Ronnie Spector. Cashed another alimony check. She flipped it over to endorse it and saw the same stamped message that she had come to expect in faded black ink. It read faulk you. Fill was still demeanor through his court ordered monthly payments still jockeying for the upper hand. The last word still imagining he can lord over her from top high heeled shoes that ignored his napoleonic frame. The stamp that he on the back of every check gas lighted Ronnie in the same way. It said that she had been the problem not him how could a genius be the source the problem after all? Before the checks with the fuck you stamps, there are even more passive aggressive payouts. The second alimony payment he ever made consisted entirely of Nichols all twelve, hundred, fifty dollars it was delivered by armed guards, guns bill had it all the mansion, the children, the Camaro, the career. Running a monthly payment from her ex husband but she didn't have much more than that. She had no label she had no producer. She didn't even hear songs coming out of car stereos on the streets Spanish Harlem. Anymore. When Ronnie Thought of the things that gave her comfort and joy. She noted that they had all been taken away from her her children, her freedom, her career, her dignity, her sanity. When she thought of the things that it seemed so easy seems second nature things like waltzing to the front of the line, the peppermint lounge or hearing the opening thunder crack on a playback of walking in the rain with fill in the control room. Those things seemed like a lifetime away. It had all been so easy and then it got unbelievably hard. She wanted it to be easy again. But if she couldn't go back in time, the leash she could do is forget about the president. She poured herself a glass of Cognac in bed and reclined. When she woke up her pillow was wet and so was your signature Beehive Hairdo The bottle of Cognac had fallen over when she fell asleep her bed was so frustrated that she was now out of Cognac and in a wet bed, she lit a cigarette. She took a long slow dragged started to think about how she can make it easy again, and then she drifted off. When she woke up for the second time, there was smoke coming from her head flames on the pillow she reached up to touch beehive is gone. Everything was gone. Nineteen seventy five was a long way from nineteen, sixty four. Nineteen sixty four when Ronnie is still major stepped off a plane in London the talk of the town on two continents, their entire lives and careers ahead of the girl group to begin and end all groups the in sound from. Spanish. Harlem. Tout. Ronnie was hounded by everyone wanted by everyone desired by everyone. There wasn't one man who crossed her pather didn't want to be your baby. Not. least of all was Keith Richards, who despite Phil, Spector's warning to the stones manager Andrew. Lock Oldham developed a lump in the throat pain in the heart crush on Ronnie that wasn't easily shaken. Ronnie should Keith to the core. Shook him right out of his bad boy pose and into one of love struck poppy Oldham would tell the knock it off and Phil. Spector, town the watch himself keystone measly knockoff keith wasn't easily botched. Keith and Ronnie and Phil will be twisted up together in nineteen, sixty, four and beyond and Keith would have his own secrets to keep in stories to tell secrets and stories from a time back before things soured with Ronnie and Phil back before Phil burrowed deeper into a life of solitude paranoia and murder all to keep that title that Jesus title. Because you can't keep that title without leaving a little blood.
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"ronnie" Discussed on Pantheon
"All Right Ronnie followed unfinished business with the critically acclaimed. She talks to rainbows, a nine, hundred, ninety, nine, set produced by her good friend, Joey Ramone who provided support as she recovered from. You know that traumatic marriage with Phil Spector She continued to tour through the end of the nineteen nineties in two, thousand and three. The original Ron Nets sued Phil Spector for withholding royalties. He owed them for their songs winning three million dollar settlement So good. Also in that year, two, thousand and three. Fill was imprisoned for the murder of the actor. Lana Clarkson in his home. was in those home in. He's in jail for her murder Yup I. Remember when it happened. In, two thousand seven, the Ron were inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. In the five decades since Ronnie walked into a recording studio, she's contributed to well over a hundred and fifty records, including eighty top forty hits, and a handful of singles that are among the greatest records ever made. The biography website in two thousand fourteen wrote this about Ronnie. Through her though her life has certainly not being perfect Ronnie Spector in the Ron s will always be remembered for perfectly capturing the explosive intersection of girl, power, teen, angst and social freedom of the nineteen sixties. She still performs and shows no signs of slowing down. Ronnie says I don't do regrets and I ain't bitter. As I get older, I think. Maybe everything in life was meant to be the way I look at it I'm still here. I'm still seeing people still love my voice and I made some great pop records song that people hold in their hearts. Their whole lives ain't. Nobody can take that away from me. She is the best man that's the story of Ronnie Spector. Oh my God that was so good. What an incredible woman and like wouldn't insane story. I'm so glad that she got out of there when she did and. was able to rebuild her career and do what she loves so much to do again and they're so inspiring. I mean. The first time I read it I, flew through it and then. Typing it up. I enjoyed it so much. Glistening to every single artist in piece of music that she mentioned in, it was like. Incredible and yeah, so that's that's a story of survival Ronnie Spector fucking. Awesome. That was wild and yeah. You picked great music choices. This is I think one of my favorite episodes especially for. The the music and the story. She's just amazing. You presented perfectly. Thank you for that. I think it looks like it's going to be one of our longer episodes that we've ever put out, too. But how can they leave any of that out exactly like? Ranked? That's that that's it for this week. Everybody. We hope you liked it. Yes. And We're here for. We're talking again, so please keep keep talking with us to. And we'll see you next time. Music is produced by Shantelle. New and links leary and is part.
"ronnie" Discussed on Pantheon
"Paying and Ronnie, remained friends and main. who sounds really cool, invited Ronnie to David Bowie show at Madison Square Garden. Damn. Ronnie said that she didn't know a damn thing about David Bowie, but why not? They went to the show, and they were so close to the stage. She says that David could see her just as well as she could see him. Afterwards, they all went to a restaurant where she met David. He invited her to have dinner with him. And she sat down and ate a meal with David Bowie. One to another ooh, they made love. ooh of YOU TIMES They had fun. At! Amazing. This keeps getting better. So. Ronnie went on tour with Johnny and Nash Ashbury Dukes. The ones that she recorded that song with, and they opened for Bruce Springsteen, and the e street band, and occasionally Ronnie would get up on stage and sing with Bruce. This was around the time that it was suggested to her that she record say goodbye to Hollywood. The song that Billy Joel had written inspired by her. So cool. So this is what. Ronnie has to say about that song. Yes Steve said that's Billy Doing Ronnie Spector. When I told him I was going to try and get you to do the song he was floating on air. He wrote the thing three years ago, but he told me he had you in mind the whole time. Did. You ever have one of those days when you just knew that God was smiling on you while he was grinning from ear to ear the day we recorded, say goodbye to Hollywood, everything on that record just fell into place. The e street band backed me up with Little Steven Van Zandt producing and that guy really knew how to bring my voice out. stevie created a sound that was as close to Phil's as anyone ever got, but the record still sounded extremely modern, and I give credit to Bruce's e street band for that. That's so cool. Right and I love that she found other incredible. Talented artists like her to work with again. You know it wasn't like she cheated need fill. For sure totally. Yeah. Meta. Man named Johnny Greenfeld, one of the production stage managers on the show and with him. She felt like she was home. Would become her husband. And so talk about Dante in the twins for a moment back in California. It came to everyone's attention. Once Dante ran away from the House at eight that Phil had subjected the boys to the same verbal and mental abuse that Ronnie had suffered. Dante went to live with. Ronnie but it was apparent very quickly that Phil had done some very significant damage to him. Man It was very difficult. They had a very strained and difficult time together, and Ronnie was performing a lot, and she still hadn't gotten a hold on her drinking, so when Dante went to go visit his grandmother. Phil's mother in California Dante said that he wanted to stay with his grandmother because he was afraid to go back and live with Ronnie and so. They set it up. That thought where Dante would stay. Wow. Ronnie had hit rock bottom when she was drinking in bed, spilled the alcohol and fell asleep with a lit cigarette, causing some of her bed to burn and most of her hair. But she yan coming out of a deep hole after that looking for daylight. Eventually started growing back thicker than ever heard Jonathan were married and had two children together two boys. Ronnie enjoyed her home life with her husband and their two kids and Connecticut. Being a mom and recovering And in Nineteen eighty-six. She got a call from any money. Who wanted to record a song with her? The song was be my baby, and once they recorded it. The single went through the roof. The video played on MTV. They sang it everywhere from David Letterman to American bandstand and she was a presenter at the American Music Awards and Co host in the MTV show with Eddie Amazing. Put out an album called unfinished business. I remember that music video she you. Should we play this? Let's do it here it is..
"ronnie" Discussed on Pantheon
"So. Fill quickly hired a nanny like nurse, and so even Ronnie's motherly duties were taken from her. She wasn't even allowed to go in the kitchen because somebody was hired to be there right so. Imagine, feeling useless as like a singer a mother. A wife is terrible. How So as much as she hated to go out, Phil, always did celebrate Ronnie's birthday, and when August tenth rolled around, they went out for a night in Nineteen sixty-nine to Las Vegas to see Elvis Presley. Nice, so he was. She said he was making a comeback after doing shitty movies. And he cared about his stage act, and she thought it was a great show, and she really wanted to tell him, but when Elvis invited them backstage afterward Phil hardly let her see him. Of course, his dressing room was pretty full and Phil just left her in the hallway with his bodyguard. While Phil wanted to go see Elvis but. She says I was standing there, trying to peek through a crack in the dressing room door when this beautiful young girl POPs out in nearly smashes the door in my face. I didn't recognize her at first, but when I saw, she was the only girl there wearing even more massacre than I was I knew she had to be Priscilla Presley. How high she said talking like we were old friends. What are you doing out here? Come on in Elvis's dying to meet you. She grabbed my hand and lead me through the crowd. I could tell she was shy, but PRISCILA didn't seem to have any trouble talking to me, you know. She said I have to tell you. I've always loved the way you luck. You are really pretty. Oh thank you. I said I was really touched I. Don't know why she was so sweet to me, but I've never forgotten it. That's so cute. I love it Priscilla. She got to meet Elvis I love that she put that story in about. Priscilla's well, yeah. One day. Ronnie ran into her friend. Bobby and Bobby was trying to kind of tell her show her that Phil was controlling her mind in her with controlling her body. But you know it was Ronnie. Who couldn't give Phil Control over her mind and she pointed out that Ronnie's drinking was Kinda GonNa. Be that thing that made her Passover her mind, right? At the time Ronnie didn't quite understand her friends concern and just kind of wanted her to mind your own business. But because of Ronnie's drinking, Phil wanted her to go to therapy. And as soon as the therapist realize the kind of relationship that she was in the therapist suggested that Phil come to the sessions. Still ended up ending the entire thing. And so one day when Phil wise yelling at one of the dogs and saying it to it I will control you. Ronnie realized that she had been subject to the same treatment. In January of Nineteen, seventy the Beatles asked Phil to go to London to help them to produce. Let it be Ronnie was happy that this job took him out of the country. This brought back fills confidence and without asking. Her Ronnie was signed to apple records. When Ronnie was set to recorded Abbey Road? She saw George Harrison at the piano. It was a nice reunion. and. He wrote a song for her, but unfortunately it wasn't a good song for Ronnie and it didn't go anywhere. On arrived as well, but Phil Kept Ronnie at his side. She says my big comeback to Apple. Records tend out to be nothing but a joke. My husband produced my sweet Lord for George Harrison and instant Karma for John Lennon, but when it came to record me, what did he pick a song about Indian chicken. So, it was back to California and life as Mrs Veronica Specter wife of Phil. The the song he ended up, having her ricard was called chicken. Wow Right. So? Like. In in terms of children, so there was still Dante and one day fill came home with two more children. Watch. Twin boys just Oh, the Blue Nah Lake probably like six years old. Old, Wow Yeah. Ronnie started attending Rehab. And found alcoholics anonymous. The more she went to meetings, she learned more about herself. In Nineteen Seventy Ronnie left Phil for good. Her Mom helped her escape on a visit to California. And when she told Phil, she was leaving, he said. Let's see how far you get now and hit her shoes, so ronning rum's stepped in front of her screaming at Phil. Saying I'll tear that wig right off your skinny. I swear I will. Push Ronnie out the door and with that Ronnie. Her mother walked out shoeless. All my God. They make an excuse to the staff of why of where they were going and what they were doing. Because I imagine everybody was on strict orders not to let them leave they up getting out of there. When he got off the property practically running until they were on sunset strip. Ronnie says it had finally hit me. How funny life can be! I just spent more than five years living like a millionaire in twenty three bedroom mansion and I felt helpless. The whole time now I was standing at the corner of sunset. Barefoot and without a penny to my name. And I never felt stronger in my life. Oh. That's so powerful and amazing A few days later, Phil was served with divorce papers and he didn't go down easy. He continued to threaten Ronnie and said. So, she left and went to New York. If you're wondering about the children, Unfortunately Phil had such a hold. On them and so many people working for him. And all of that money and really used Ronnie's drinking against her. And he got custody. I'm not surprised and when she left, she knew she couldn't scoop them up and like walkout with them. She was kind of like Al Save Myself First and I'll come back for them. But it wouldn't be that easy. Obviously, yeah..
"ronnie" Discussed on Pantheon
"So continue to try and have a relationship with Ronnie, but she says that she realized that she only liked him as a friend that actually she was in love with fell. But they remained friends and whenever they were in New York. John George called up Ronnie in style, and they take them up to Harlem for delicious, food, and place where they could all eat and peace, because the Beatles were no big deal in Harlem. Okay solings. You asked me if she talks about Keith Richards in the book she actually doesn't. Interesting. They found an article that says. Richards and Specter had a passionate romance when his group and her group tour together in nineteen sixty four specter, who was unmarried at the time in going by her maiden name Ronnie Bennett was one of Richard's as I loves. He says in his autobiography life. Yes, I remember him saying something like that. That's why I was so surprised. Richards says in in the book. The first time I went to heaven one I awoke with Ronnie Bennett Asleep with a smile on her face. We were kids. It doesn't get any better than that raw. Yeah, left an impression on him. At least ask for sure and they yeah. The article was like the forty year. Love Affair With Ronnie and. Right so Ronnie was twenty years old. and. Her and Phil became boyfriend and girlfriend. And imagine at that time your boyfriend. The millionaire producer telling you how much he loves you by writing. You hit songs like be my baby baby. I love you and do I love you. Lake you can understand. You can understand what sure you know. Absolutely looking him at in this land. Already of like we know we know what he did. We know who he is. He's scum, but at the time like we can. We can put ourselves there with her and go. Yeah, that makes sense. So they took their relationship to the next level and they started having sex. In nineteen sixty four. It was their biggest year ever, and the pressure was starting to get to knee John Style. It couldn't have been easy for them to stand in the background while Ronnie was out being the star. So fills jealousy was increasing. There are countless examples of his rise of abuse towards Ronnie and one example being when Sonny Sonny and Cher. The run outs out for Hamburgers and Phil flipped his lid, grabbing Ronnie, and yelling obscenities at her. He was jealous of her hanging out with her girlfriends. To one example of this is when she went dancing at the purple onion, and he found that she was there grabbed her by the arm and pulled her out of their. runny found out that Phil was married. Oh. Yes do you remember the shoes oh? Yes. Yeah, so Ronnie was terribly upset sick even, but she dealt with it by not addressing it. So. I'm going to read you something that she wrote. Because if you're thinking what listen to this. I also had my career to think about. It's not like Phil was just an unfaithful lover. He was also my producer. If I put an end to our relationship as lovers, Phil would never record me again and for a girl singer in the sixties. Your producer was your lifeline. Without fill, it would have been back to coal picks for the raw nuts or worse. If I said bye bye to fill I, would have been saying bye. Bye To my career, and I had a sister, a cousin and lots of other relatives depending on me for a living. That makes it hard. Yeah. Right. Unfortunately the raw nets were already on their way out in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five. There was no reason for this other than Phil. Made them, stars, and now he wanted Rani all to himself. The so disgusting I hate him. I know I know. And this happened by him, refusing to release the records at the Ron were making and making excuses for it. So it was fantastic. Songs and tracks sat on the shelf for years. He out as oldies in the seventies, but as Ronnie says it didn't do any good in nineteen sixty five. We'll just see Ronnie grow. He didn't want to see her thrive, and he was too insecure to keep to have her. Keep growing, so he tried to reverse the whole process and slow them down and it fucking worked. So Ronnie was still having a great time doing her live shows with the Ron Nets, but fill of course was creeping in this way to like one time they were GonNa do a large televised performance and Phil wanted them at rehearsal to give all of their energy in practice exactly like they do onstage at the rehearsal. Do it exactly like you do it onstage. So we're like okay and that night after they performed Fil freaked out on Ronnie saying that she was out of control. It wasn't the same as earlier, and she was off key, and she was like I was just playing to the crowd. Like how can you? You Know Yeah? So, he then banned her from going to the party that night. And celebrating the show. If he started isolating her even more. With her peers in the recording studio. So no one was ever allowed to be with him when he did his work at his area, but he didn't want Ronnie. Hanging out with the other background singers musicians, so he made her sit with him beside him in no one else. In he was like made the excuse that he wanted her. There is inspiration. Ronnie says if nineteen sixty five was a slow year for the Romance Recording Career Nineteen, sixty six was like death. Ronnie never gave up. Hope, though at this time fills. Other artists were suffering because of his perfectionism. So have you heard one flos that nobody else in the whole world could hear impede refuse to put it out. The Beatles were doing a tour of the US and they wanted the nets to be the opening act. Phil was not okay with this. He gave Ronnie. Ultimate them the Beatles or him. Ronnie that people wouldn't care who they were and wouldn't be able to hear them anyways, amongst other bullshit like. That was exactly the same time he was planning on recording next album. Like and he didn't. Want that her choice to stay home with choosing a man who truly love her more than a million screaming fans could. The, other nets did go on tour with the Beatles, and they got someone to replace Ronnie Oh wow. No one except the Beatles noticed the switch. My God burnt happy. This tour did give on at's Get thrown on the cover of Ebony. Magazine and Ronnie get to participate in that. A cell was starting to question Rania, but the way though is treating her like calling out how.
"ronnie" Discussed on Pantheon
"Man, these groups where amazing I love is so good so good. And like there was. A time in my life where? I stupidly thought that. Like before the Beatles, what was there like? Hello Yeah here. It is okay, so would jump on top of her coffee table and not only sing, but imagine that there was an audience. Tell them jokes make dedications jump off the table, walk along the front of the coach and flirt with every person in the imaginary front row. Practicing this is something she would eventually do in her live show. Amazing. By the time Ronnie got to high school. She knew that show business was going to be her life. She says that she wanted to be the Marilyn Monroe of Spanish Harlem. And she wasn't going to settle for anything less. She wasn't. One day a man named Bobby Schiffman went into King's donuts and became began flirting with Rani's mother. Nothing ever happened between the two of them, but Beatrice did. Convince the man to get the girls on stage at the Apollo theater because it turns out. His family owned it. Perfect. Rodney was fourteen and had assembled herself her sister style, cousin, knee dry and two other cousins to work out harmonies and learn songs from the radio. It was with this little group. They ended up performing at the Apollo for an amateur night. They actually put their boy cousin up front because they wanted to seem more like Frankie Lymon in the teenagers, but when it came time to sing. He froze. Oh. Actually the song that they chose was. Why Do Fools Fall in love? and. He didn't sing so guess what happened. I think our girl took care of it Ronnie took over and sang as loud as she could. Now apparently the audience, the Apollo were a tough crowd, and they had been warned ahead of time that. People might throw. Things are people might do or whatever, but as soon as Ronnie started singing, people started clapping. Of course, her voice is incredible so once. They started clapping. She Sang Louder and once she sang louder. They started clapping louder and Ronnie couldn't believe it. She was living her dream. Oh yeah and. She couldn't wait until the next time to get back on stage. After that night, she says. There was no questions that it was where I belonged. I love that. Ronnie wanted to be popular at school and she was Estelle, was the Valedictorian of their class and on the cheerleading squad and Ronnie wanted to increase her popularity, so she got an after school. Jobs Goodbye Close Ronnie. Nature style were the last ones left in their little group that had performed at the Apollo because the other cousins that had been with them. had a mother who didn't want her daughter singing, rock and roll music. So those three girls started taking singing lessons. After that he started playing Bar mitzvahs and it wasn't glamorous, but it paid. As. They called themselves. The Darling sisters for a few gigs, but that was just to make their grandma happy. Who wanted them to be like the Andrews Sisters. And that they started calling themselves Ronnie and the relatives. By nine, hundred sixty one. They had been doing these small gigs for about a year, and they wanted to be recognized as the stars. They knew that they were and not meant making records. They did get a chance to record when they were told that Stu Phillips wanted them to come in and on dish in for him after hearing them sing for three minutes. He said he'd give them a shot. In June of nineteen sixty one. They had their first recording session at cool picks, which is a sub sub. Subsidary! Hotter subsidiary. Yes, that's it of Columbia Pictures. Now I'm going to read you a little something. From the book. Right we recorded four tracks at this first session. I WanNa boy, and what's so sweet about sweet sixteen, the two sides of our first single, and I'm GONNA quit while I'm ahead and my guiding light the two songs that eventually came out as our second. I was only seventeen years old, but I tried to handle myself as a prof- as professionally as I could. Once we got into the studio. I made sure to write all the lyrics open hand on little sheets of paper which I arranged in a neat stack and placed on a music stand. So cute. Yeah, so she was ready a Love A. When their song came out in August of that summer, they were so excited and they bought a dozen copies of the record for the aunts and uncles, but unfortunately I want. A boy went zilch and they were crushed. The girls don't give up. And they started hanging out at a place called the peppermint lounge. The peppermint lounge. Was the in place to go in New, York. Would go, but it wasn't just for show business. People attracted everyone from painters to presidents. Since, the girls were still underage. They practically needed a disguise to get in. There on taught them to use eyeliner. And Lipstick. They stuffed Kleenex in their bras, and they were acting Illo. Dresses teased their hair until it was. They were stacked up to the ceiling. Ronnie says that they were going to the peppermint lounge to be seen, and you weren't going to miss them in these outfits. SMART. Man They look great like I can't wait to post. Some photos of these beauties absolutely gorgeous. Excited to see him. There was always a line at the peppermint lounge and they were waiting in line every so often. The bouncer would check to see if there were any celebrities waiting in line, and when he saw them standing there with their matching herron outfits. He figured they must be someone special. The manager of the club came out and said to the girls. What are you doing here in line? You're already late. No, very. This is good. Oh, they just went as just to go hang out, and now they're like being like. Hey, like you're supposed to be working. Yeah, they didn't go there performers. They just went there to like. Hang out in like schmooze. I guess so. They had been mistaken for a group who had been hired to dance the club, but hadn't showed up. Oh my God. We're or the bouncer assumed that they were them. That's crazy, so girls didn't correct him, and they got up on stage, and they danced amazing Ronnie says we were smart enough to know that. When someone opens the door for you, you walk through it. But is so kick ass. I love it. So Joey Dee. In the starters was the band that was playing that night, and they knew pretty quickly that the girls were not professional dancers. L. Missing a beat, they kept on playing. When they started doing a song that the ladies performed in their act in the Sung is Ray Charles's. What did I say Ronnie went up to the singer shook everything she had, and he handed her the microphone like almost as a joke. Well it was no joke to Ronnie.
"ronnie" Discussed on Pantheon
"All right. Yeah Yeah I sent you songs before and. It's a great episode for music. It got me in the mood like I was getting real. Excited the listening to them and Yeah Yep. All right. When she heard that song, her hands got all sweaty. Her toes curled up and she tried to climb ride into the radio box. Oh, I know that feeling yet. She liked her ear so hard up against the speaker better grandma. You're GONNA go death. So back to meeting Frankie. One day at Work Rani's mother was telling another waitress. How Much Ronnie worshiped Frankie? How he's all she could ever talk about and how she was dying to meet him, and the waitress said. Frankie Lymon. PB He's sitting right there in your station and. Eighteen year old Frankie Lymon. No Way Yeah. Rani's mother invited Frankie Toronto's birthday party and he said he would be there. The day came and Frankie didn't show up, but his brothers did. Okay, okay, so Ronnie was devastated, but. Frankie must have heard about how cute. She was through his brothers. And, he came around and other day and surprised her at home. Unfortunately, the meeting wasn't. Ronnie had hoped for when he arrived he. She smelled alcohol on his breath. Pretty soon after meeting her, he wanted to kiss her and she just wasn't comfortable with that, and it's not what she had wanted. No. After turning down his advances She told him to make himself at home and went to the bathroom and locked herself in there. He eventually left, and although she was disappointed with the interaction, she still loved his singing. She still played his records and still sing along to all of them because she knew every note by heart. Now, Ronnie doesn't go into too much detail about Frankie and his alcoholism swipe think that would be something really interesting to go and look back into his life and legacy in. Yeah, probably like his treatment, and there's a story there for sure absolutely. Yeah in the music industry She didn't only listen to Frankie Ronnie also would use a big wooden spoon to sing along with little anthony and the imperials and the Sean tells. US The Sean Tells Natalie. Do you want to listen to a song by the Sean tells yes, up of. Like spelling my name C. H.. L. The sean tells. So here's a song called maybe..
"ronnie" Discussed on Pantheon
"And, the Spanish kids didn't talk to me because I didn't speak Spanish. Bit of an identity crisis when I hit puberty. I remember I used to sit in the front of the Mirror, trying to decide what I was. Let's see now I. Think I've got white is, but these are black lips. Might years are they white ears or black years? She even tried to die her skin darker tone one time because she thought it would make her look more like the darker skinned cousins that she had. So she got a kind of like lotion, she left it on longer than the bottle recommended. She fell asleep and the next morning. She says she woke up looking like she had Zebra Stripes Ohio. Girl so Ronnie in styles, mother was working at a place, called Kings donuts, and the girls would stop by their after school. The real reason why they visited so often is because it is a cross from across the street from the Apollo Theater. To Ronnie in a style, the Apollo was the most exciting place because she says all the biggest black stars came to stay there, and there always seems to be the bright lights and big crowds lined up around, and still I were both naturally drawn to that kind of excitement. So Ronnie says that a lot of entertainers can't or don't want to tell you where they got their style from, but that she got hers from someone named Frankie Lymon. That's where she got her voice. She says that if for Frankie hadn't made the record. Why Do Fools Fall in love? Then she wouldn't be sitting there writing. She wouldn't be sitting there. Writing this book Wow Ronnie was twelve years old when she heard Frankie for the first time, and she fell in love. She says I couldn't tell if he was black white or what? I just knew I loved the boy who is singing that song. Such a good song to every night. She prayed to God that she would meet him. She did and it happened through a strange coincidence. So. Should we listen to? Why Do Fools Fall in love by Frankie and the teenagers? Yes, please here. It is the Matt Matt.
"ronnie" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Is brought down by an Ronnie an anti aircraft missile president trump told reporters at a White House event today he has his suspicions it was flying in a pretty rough neighborhood and somebody could have made a mistake some people say was mechanical I personally I don't think that's even a question personally so we'll see what happens actually I don't know Iran is said the jetliner appear to have mechanical issues Tuesday shortly after take off the crash happened just hours after you run fired ballistic missiles on two bases housing U. S. troops in Iraq the crash killed one hundred seventy six people mostly Iranians and Canadians Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau says he wants answers about the crash the house of representatives has been debating a war powers resolution connected to Iran house speaker Nancy Pelosi has described the president's choice to kill a top Iranian general as provocative and disproportionate house speaker Pelosi says she has no plans to indefinitely hold on to the articles of impeachment another one and that will probably be soon the impeachment trial will happen in the Senate wants the chamber gets the articles Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has criticized closely for holding on to the articles for more than three weeks I got to start at if they choose but they do not get to declare that it can never be found it the colonel has accused alosi of wanting to control the Senate trial but he says there will be no haggling with the house Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham is introduced a resolution demanding that speaker Pelosi immediately transmit the two articles of impeachment twenty six Republican senators have signed on to the resolution a team from out of state has been arrested for making threats against Calabasas high school the online post warned of a possible shooting at the high school investigators tracked the threat to Tennessee Madison County sheriff spokesman Tom Mapes says deputies in that state found the team and we did determine that a seventeen year old juvenile bail was filing a false report and has been arrested here in Jackson Tennessee investigators say the team did not have any intention of carrying out a threat LA county sheriff's deputies added patrols around the school just to be safe antrum on the back KFI news California could become the first state to sell its own generic prescription drugs governor Newsome plans unveiled a new state budget tomorrow and part of it includes a contract with one or more generic drug makers to make certain prescriptions under a new state label he says the goal is to drive down healthcare costs less your Newsome signed executive orders to consolidate the state's prescription drug purchases into a government run program that plan is still in its early stages but under the current system medic cow and state agencies separately negotiate prescription prices and according to a new state report generic drug prices have increased more than thirty seven percent in just the last three years Monica rex KFI news the state program has pediatricians bringing up some touchy family topics in search of toxic stress the state has started reimbursing pediatrician to screen medi cal patients for adverse childhood experiences alt med Dr Veronica contraire says the questionnaire is used to screen patients for any stressors or past experiences in their life including divorce domestic violence any kind of abuse as well as housing and diet she says toxic stress can end up causing things like asthma a B. C. D. depression or heart disease critics say pediatricians don't yet have a system to refer families if a kid answers yes in LA Corbin Carson KFI news the fifteen freeway.
"ronnie" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"As a sister the pot and then Ronnie and that then then Steve the trucker or a reply that he makes flags on the site I don't know what jobs he doesn't tell men of all trades in of all trades Greg in the cafe Greg in the cat talk to me Greg in the cast here you'll I got a follow up on Ronnie okay Ronnie I could not agree with you more with one minor parting of the wage tell me more inclined to leave well enough alone but no I don't tolerate assaults upon my personal immediate disagreement tool that the leave your room temperature get a large geo that opportunistic Shyam bag this is the equivalent of somebody yelling score instead of trying to explain their actions and statements we're going to hold back her right don't hold very Cambridge doesn't miss some new Yorkers Chicago although you wouldn't you wouldn't they get that from the from the alleged voting patterns but nobody in the world can can bridge me that volksraad has not been a major factor at several different levels yet the blouse you'll find some more realistic goal please maybe sign the number you want to be just once broken can he go to or not really all these attacks for a backlash you which New Jersey New Jersey city attack on the kosher right day would result in a car right now like get lit up okay awful wishes these all the shooting people they all seem the one with the same crowd yes some B. H. I. associations the black he roars the black humor was realized that shows your engine types there in AT shirt might shed that happens to be black well let's say somehow he says with the trump administration you know sometimes are just hate groups out there unfortunately Greg and you know sometimes are just people out there and and and then they they wish bad upon others and I I you know it's this is a sad sad situation I think the bigger issue is that you know instead of coming together during these attacks wire you know instead people are turning against each other and they're making this a political thing when this is not a political thing this is a disgusting attack on a religious group and it needs to stop guys were back in sixty seconds stay tuned okay Boston available everywhere with the I heart radio now number one for podcasting AM sixty WRKO Boston one hundred point seven WCL at eighty two Boston I heart radio station I'm Marc Cohen and hear the stories trending right now on WBZ news radio ten thirty searchers will be back out today looking for a second missing child in Chicopee authorities will leave no stone unturned as they continue their search for a ten year old boy who went missing with his cousin Saturday morning officer Michael will yesterday confirmed that the missing boys eleven year old cousin who had been found late Saturday died at Boston children's hospital a Florida man is under arrest after the TSA found a hand gun in his carry on luggage on Sunday the twenty two caliber gun was found at a checkpoint X. ray machine a TF green airport officials are identifying the person killed in a crash on route forty four Friday morning as an elderly man from the whole bit Williams prior died.
"ronnie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Ronnie thank you next one of two point seven kiss FM. it's already thank you next. kiss FM good.