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"rosetta tharp" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"The walking on the beach with my tie in hand. Let's I think what it's intending to do. Another loping six eight meter. They're very cool. That was sort of one symbol of the guitar in the Middle Of the twentieth century. Artists like sister. Rosetta Tharp Hand Chuck Berry popularized the sound of the Electric Guitar. Really this sort of pivotal moment. That transformed it into what is known as the day is when buddy holly was seeing playing a stratocaster This name of a guitar. Strata stratosphere stratocaster. It was supposed to look like a Jetson era futuristic device and it had the sound of rock and roll built into it and it became the signifier for all Youth Music Adolescence Angst. Right rebellion distortion. Yeah Buddy Holly's that'll be the day and that launched just decades and decades of guitar based Music Where Youth. Adolescence were inherently connected to mainstream popular music to the Guitar. They almost felt inseparable That probably got hand in the nineteen eighties when there's lots of hair metal and so on and there's lots of reasons why the guitar went through different. Fads and phases one of my favorite summaries though is from the band. Lcd soundsystem on their song. Losing my edge.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on Broken Record
"While bear was working at the Macon the city auditorium. He made the acquaintance of sister. Rosetta tharp sister. Rosetta was a powerful Gospel Singer and an electric Qatar player. Who would be a great influence on Elvis Presley Johnny Cash Jerry Lee Lewis and other founders of rock and roll the win sister? Rosetta Tharp came to the Macon City Auditorium in nineteen forty five. She was a Great Star of Gospel Music. who sometimes raised eyebrows because of the abandoned with which she she played her electric guitar? Certain Conservative members of the African American church felt that sister. Rosetta got her audience. A little too worked up when sister Sir Rosa's band arrived at the back of the auditorium on the day of the performance. There was there to help them unload. He would carry as much as two men and handled handled the musical instruments like someone with professional experience. He was followed around by a skinny little boy with a large pompadour. Who Bear are instructed on how to set up the symbols and tune the drums? While the band was eating supper they heard piano playing coming from the stage and peaked out to sea bear and the little boy beating out four handed Boogie. woogie on the stage piano with a skill that would have impressed Albert Amens Emmons himself there and the boy finished their number. They were laughing when the boy looked up from the piano and saw sister. Rosetta tharp standing ending on the side of the stage Berna Banjos in original scripted music. PODCAST episodes are released on Iheart podcast networks and are available on all podcast platforms..
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is the unmistakable voice of Sam Cooke with the sole stirs singing touch the him of his garment before that sister Rosetta Tharp with up above my head. I'm CeCe Winans when we return we'll head to the stage of world cafe live in Philadelphia for some live performances by the Fairfield, four the Macquarie's sisters and the Dixie hummingbirds here on the gospel roots of rock and soul..
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Special like that song? So sister Rosetta Tharp as a Stephen those is was from cotton plant Arkansas born in nineteen fifteen she was an American singer songwriter and guitarist, and if he reads her bio there, you'll see a lot of sentences beginning with she was the first great of this first grade of that, which is fantastic. She was the first first greatest recording star of gospel music fused with rhythm and blues as she was the first just influence of rock and roll era for many musicians, and so, wow, that was fantastic and will continue to hear more assists, the Rosetta Tharp and Molly. Mali's got some more music this year highly. Why do I keep calling you? Molly. We work with a Molly here. Maybe no. I don't know. But yeah, it's Holly jolly Holly, Molly Holly, by golly. Molly could be just your radio show name for Harvard. Rabbits ali. Know. Right. So what else do you have to share with us today? Well, I'm falling off the rolling chair. You can't see that. I did. Oh, no. You're right. FM, Bruce my ego. I have more songs by commute Austin. If you'd like that, I also have this is like a it was super q right? I also have a song by a band called childbirth called Siri open tender, and I really liked that one too. It's pretty awesome. So I think I'll play Siri open tender first and then another commute often. I would like that. Yeah. Let's check it out. You ready with it?.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Key sack. Started degrees. You Skillet this week taking us through the birthplace of Elvis Presley with a song ECOWAS midnight below. He knew about peace action. Didn't tell me discoveries music yesterday. And I'm about ready to play every song off of every CD is ever done on the program. But we'll hold off on some of that would he'll be back later on. I'm sure the jayhawks after that taking a page out of the sister Rosetta Tharp songbook up above my head since Valentine's Day was this week the wood brothers, not to be confused with the woods. Brothers of NASCAR fame gave us chocolate on my tongue domestic Sam's Club followed that without love you to round out to sit. This is radio. John D. The show is degrees you Skillet furnace on Facebook. Greasy Skillet radio show group, you found the playlists archived over there, not bad. If you go over there at now, you found folks discussing to not show, Kathy. Jane got in touch with me on Facebook and slipped me a really cool CD. Here's a cut for me. It. Maybe. He's the guy for me. He doesn't really come. Starts pounding. Just as. Team..
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Was a woman who could play technically challenging parts and she does in the band speedy Ortiz. On the band's current Torah deplete says she's still deals with gendered expectations. That guy walked up to me after our set. And he said, no, you're actually really good for a terrorist caught himself before he told me that I was actually really good girl when leading guitar maker. Fender conducted a consumer survey in twenty fifteen it was surprised to discover that women made up half a first time guitar buyers. Andy Mooney is Fender CEO. That was a big surprise does. Because I think if you asked most people in the company or in the industry, what the gender makes was they would've saved maybe seventy thirty maybe even eighty twenty male two female the acknowledges that outdated assumptions may have contributed to sales declines over the last decade, the nation's largest instrument retailer guitar center is facing more than a billion dollars in debt guitar maker Gibson filed for bankruptcy earlier this year, and privately held fenders debt is estimated at one hundred million dollars. It was probably a misconception in the industry that everybody who bought a guitar for the first time wanted to be a long haired guitar good. That's a very small percentage of the total universe less than ten percent. In the nineteenth century women often perform parlor music on small gut string guitars in the twentieth. Some even took to the concert stage, including classical guitarist Louise Walker and eat a prestige. Electric jazz guitarist, Mary Osborne. Sister Rosetta Tharp helped pioneer rock and roll. The female guitarist have historically been seen as novelties or not seen at all. When.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Edsall of my name's Gail bald. I'm a professor of English and American studies at George Washington University in Washington DC. The title of my book is shout. Sister shout the untold story of rock and roll trailblazer sisters at a. Everybody. Word gonna do driving. Go, here's the thing. There's there's. There's really limited amount of video footage that we have her, but what we have will make you interested in Rosetta Tharp in about ten seconds, maybe it'll take twenty seconds. All you have to do is go to the internet, find some rose at a video, and you will be converted case of what you're gonna see on stage is a middle aged woman in conservative dress playing a mean electric guitar, and you're gonna be Stanichev by her virtuosity. The first one eight here is called rock me. It was recorded by Rosetta in nineteen thirty eight, and it's probably the first track that she ever courted says she's young woman just her and her acoustic guitar. And she plays a song that she's been playing as a gospel evangelist on the gospel highway preaching and playing at ten shows and playing at revivals. And the speaker talks about rock me insys talking about a caring God holding the subject when Rosetta Tharp things rock me though she growls it out and she sings rock into it, begins to take on more secular. In the. This is important for telling her story because you can hear almost the transition between the music of the church and the music of the stage. It's a song that kind of straddles the church and what church people that have called the world. It straddles those two. You could hear that it's church repetoire redone in style that feels popular, feels new, feels modern. Yeah. That..
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"South says. Edsall of my name's Gail bald. I'm a professor of English and American studies at George Washington University in Washington DC. The title of my book is shout. Sister shout the untold story of rock and roll trailblazer sisters at a. Everybody. Not going to do driving. Go, here's the thing is there's there's there's a really limited amounts of video footage that we have of her, but what we have will make you interested in Rosetta Tharp in about ten seconds, maybe it'll take twenty seconds. All you have to do is go to the internet, find some rose at a video, and you will be converted case of what you're gonna see on stage is a middle aged woman in conservative dress playing a mean electric guitar, and you're gonna be astonished by her virtuosity means. The first one eight here is called rock. We. It was recorded by Rosetta therapy, nineteen thirty eight, and it's probably the first track that she ever recorded. So she's young woman just her and her acoustic guitar. And she plays a song that she's been playing as a gospel evangelist on the gospel highway preaching and playing at ten shows and playing it revivals. And the speaker talks about rock me and she's talking about a caring God holding the subject when Rosetta Tharp sings rock me, though she growls it out and she sings rock me into it, begins to take on more secular. This longest important for telling her story because you can hear almost the transition between the music of the church and the music of the stage. It's a song that kind of straddles the church and what church people of called the world. It straddles those two. You could hear that it's repetoire redone in a style that feels popular, feels new heels, modern. I'm gonna. That..
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Brooke river right. There to, shut, that down that's sister Rosetta Tharp as they call her, the love, to say sister Rosetta therapy. She just, rose to me but anyway there she is with you got to move and this is. This is the real deal this is, straight out, of the bottle no mix no chaser, Jack hundred proof gospel music and you can get. A ton of, this stuff as I said if a, WW OC every Sunday morning I'm not trying to get you to go. Over to, that, radio station Sunday mornings no no you stay right here, but you, can find out when the. Programs air, you can also stick them up on we record the shows all that good stuff they're. Playing the real gospel music there they, are not, fooling around they're not trying to humor, people with some contemporary crap they're laying it up. Now keep in, mind that radio station is licensed by The New Orleans, jazz and heritage festival it's there in Armstrong park. So they're not playing around now quickly. Rosanna Tharp I I, gotta get the next. To a second but it's alternative bump. Music Friday would use every. Friday we mixed the bump music up it's a sometimes. More music than taught. That's actually a good thing for you by the way Has considering doing the talking We were at the rock. And Roll Hall of fame one hundred years ago we and my lovely wife and we came into a room that they had at one point to display laid out where they had the the Halloween with money box, and the Elmore James guitar. And I couldn't stop staring I would just transfixed transfixed and she didn't. Always talking about looking at so what are you staring at us at Harlem wolf's moneybox I can't look at terrorism. Is looking at. The margins guitar took forever we turned around and they had it was kind of a installation art thing where they had a whole, bunch of TV's pasted together but there were all showing the same thing in one big picture broken up by the the boundaries of the TV's. And what they're getting chills what they were showing was Rosetta Tharp playing. That white s j guitar I have goosebumps, biggest jaybird things right now. And she was just wailing I don't remember what the, song was something like that but it was. Right there the whole wall so I'm Mm sandwiched. In between Elmore James guitar tala of moneybox and Rosetta, Tharp beating the crap out of an SGI. Guitar doing And that by the way is one of, the rare ones where she wasn't doing a guitar. Solo she had that gift that a. Lot of people don't have the you can play, the guitar and you can sing she could do both the. Same time, BB king. Said that once he BB. King said I don't. Hear me sing and play at the same time he, said I can't I play around my voice I totally get that but Rosetta therapeutic going on every. Single. Level and you you would be, well served by having a couple of her CDs in your collection at the crib You know where they come in really, handy at a barbecue out on the deck unbeknownst your guests throw that on a crank it up By. The way that's what I used to call square insurance a music show still do square insurance you're in the car drive down the street some. Idiot puts on something and and you immediately take. Their CD.
American Idol renewed for season 2
"Good enough with the change to a new network that we have it for another season when we see it season of american idol is getting a second season abc says it's renewed the singing competition show for next year host ryan seacrest we'll be back along with current judges luke bryan richie and katy perry the ratings have been okay not great but abc points out that is the most social primetime reality series of two thousand eighteen this sunday night the remaining seven contestants will sing print songs and be mentored by nick jonas saturday night hbo airs the two thousand eighteen rock and roll hall of fame induction ceremony where you can watch howard stern in duct bon jovi also getting in dire straits the cars the moody blues unisom moan and sister rosetta tharp score a number one hit sold millions of records and been nominated for grammy awards but chechen says she still feels like miss smith on this weekend cbs sunday morning the senior says i don't feel like i fit in anywhere really still except when her shows in the interview cash also talks about rehab new music good more i'm jason nathanson every hiring manager knows that a company is only as good as the people it's made from so.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Firm before texas for the rock and roll hall of fame they're inducting their new class this year and a couple of seattle is that new class by the way is a bond jon bon jovi a nina simone the cars dire straits and the moody blues in sister rosetta tharp and so during the ceremony they they never really air this live 'cause they edited down into a fully produced show and there's so many it's just a very long thing live because there's so many different people that come up and performances and they have to switch the stage out a bunch of times so they they don't release it live but someone took a cell phone video because one of the moments that happened that i think people here civic northwest the interested in is jerry cantrell the league interest in singer he sang sort of second fiddle analysis chains in ann wilson of heart got up to do a collaborations very stripped down i apologize for the audio i'm sure on the television part it will be better but just to give you a taste of what it was it was just those two no other no drums no other instruments at all they saying a black hole sun in honor of chris cornell who of course we lost this year two all right there you go and that'll be on your tv screens before you believe.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"I met sister rosetta in the summer of nineteen thirty seven she seem a little bit glad that she was married but she didn't seem to be very happy and that's the reason i took to her because i wanted to make her happy make her feel especially she really was but i didn't have any idea that she tommy wouldn't make it ira tucker longtime friend of sister rosetta tharp and lead singer for the dixie hummingbirds remembers rosetta first husband a little differently he was a tyrant from what my parents used to say and talk about he seemed to come out of the real real sub old school and believed in the kind of almost caveman like attitude towards women she was just a meal ticket she was a performer and he used her to bring people to his churches and he would put her up to saying and after a few years she had enough and she said you know what i'm gonna leave all of it and she made that big joe rosetta then left her husband and took her mother to new york in a city full of nightclubs rosetta was soon noticed it offered a spot at the prestigious cotton club singing to a white audience good night sean she was given by the men in charge made no mention of god the lyrics were about pleasing her man here again is roxy more in ira tucker it was like a bomb dropped on gospel music when she flipped it was like what no i can't believe that sister rosetta that's supposed to be seeing that kind of music she was pretty size and ostracized i mean the church be just you know just start that she had just gone way off.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN
"The age of thirty rosetta had survived to brief and unhappy marriage in nineteen fifty one sister rosetta tharp invited twenty five thousand people to her next wedding to her manager russell morrison followed by a vocal performance griffith stadium in washington dc this was a massive publicity stunt they would sell tickets to her fans and the recording rights to decca records here's biographer gillwald so she records her wedding ceremony and concert that follows it nine hundred fifty one twenty five thousand people come out and pay admission prices to attend her wedding they bring wedding gifts for her neighboring bring crystal hey bring dishes for her someone even buys her a television set it's a total showbiz move and at the same time it's a it's a wedding ceremony conducted by a minister a real wedding ceremony despite criticism from her friends for marrying her own manager sister rosetta tharp remained married to russell for the next twenty two years meanwhile back in the mississippi delta region young white musicians were just beginning to discover the raw energy and complex rhythms of african american gospel george cline a friend of elvis presley's describes the scene there was a hip thing happening in memphis at that time there was a little church and it was cool is a cool thing to do on sunday nights only you would go there and there would be elvis and some of the other guys from the area and it was unusual because back in those days white people had to sit in the back and was roped off and we would sit back there and we watch these black spiritual singers sang on sunday night the thing that gospel spiritual music brought to popular music was feeling gospel spiritual music put the guts and the feeling and the real soul into it and people like elvis and johnny cash jerry lee lewis carl perkins those guys buddy holly if you will they saw that and they adapted to that and that's really was the essence of rock in rome thinking about it sister rosetta for she had this great feeling and that's what i was looking for feeling because that's what was that's where it all came from by the early sixties sister rosetta tharp influence was continuing to.
Simone, Director and Hollywood discussed on NPR News Now
"Musician's musician simone passed away in two thousand three this year's class also includes the cars dire straits bon jovi an early influence sister rosetta tharp for npr news i'm kabeer bhatia oscar winning director me lows form and has died the czech born director was best known for one flew over the kuko's nest and amadeus but before arriving in hollywood in the nineteen sixties forman directed several internationally recognized films in the then czechoslovakia forman died in the hospital near his home in connecticut he was eighty six i'm barbara klein npr news in washington.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Despite criticism from her friends for marrying her own manager sister rosetta tharp remained married to russell for the next twenty two years meanwhile back in the mississippi delta region young white musicians were just beginning to discover the raw energy and complex rhythms of african american gospel george cline a friend of elvis presley's describes the scene there was a hip thing happening in memphis at that time a little church and it was cool is a cool thing to do on sunday nights only you would go there and there would be elvis and some of the other guys in the area and it was unusual because back in those days white people had to sit in the back and was roped off and we would sit back there and we would watch these black spiritual singers sang on sunday night the thing that gospel spiritual music brought to popular music was feeling gospel spiritual music put the guts and the feeling and the real soul into it and people like elvis johnny cash jerry lee lewis carl perkins those guys buddy holly if you will they saw that and they adapted to that and that's really was the essence of rock in rome thinking about it sister rosetta thor she had this great feeling and that's what i was just looking for feeling because that's what was that's where it all came from by the early sixties sister rosetta tharp influence was continuing to spread as yet another generation fell under her spell here's a recording of the one and only bob dylan talking about sister rosetta tharp on the radio system was anything but are playing his big good looking.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Sister rosetta in the summer of nineteen thirty seven she seemed a little bit glad that she was married but she didn't seem to be very happy and that's the reason i took to her because i wanted to make her happy make her feel especially she really was but i didn't have any idea that she tommy wouldn't make ira tucker longtime friend of sister rosetta tharp lead singer for the dixie hummingbirds remembers rosetta first husband little differently he was a tyrant from what my parents used to say and talk about he seemed to come out of the real real sub old school and believed in the kind of almost caveman like attitude towards women she was just a meal ticket she was a performance and he used her to bring people to his churches and he would put her up to saying and after a few years she had enough and she said you know what i'm gonna leave all of it and she made that big joe rosetta then left her husband and took her mother to new york in a city full of nightclubs rosetta was soon noticed it offered a spot at the prestigious cotton club singing to a white audience good night the song she was given by the men in charge made no mention of god the lyrics rebound pleasing her man here again is roxy more in ira tuck it was like a bomb dropped on gospel music when she flipped it was like what i can't believe he's rosetta tharp two thousand supposed to be singing that kind of music she was criticized and ostracized i mean the church be just you know just start that she had just gone way off.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2018 induction: Inside the ceremony
"Bit iraq seoul is pretty much something for just about everyone at this year's rock and roll hall of fame induction ceremony returning to cleveland ohio in the rock and roll hall of fame featuring new inductees bon jovi nina simone the moody blues rockets are pioneer sister rosetta tharp and the cars the festivities taking place at cleveland's public hall which is open to the masses but rock and roll cheap average ticket prices are hovering at just over thirteen hundred bucks a pop.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"You can't put the shotgun up to your chin and pull the trigger on it the same time you could if you did it with your toes right i think that he had super long arms so i think he was able to do that he's like the stretch guy from the fed tastic four plastic or i will say that michael huggins was working on a solo album at the time of his death and there's a very cool track that bano finished bottle took it over and really a great song but it's so sad because you can hear where hudson should be seeing and oh but anyhow speaking of music the this year's inductees into the rock and roll hall of fame will have their induction ceremony tomorrow foreigner there they're doing right now getting there the hotel gets impact it's kind of cool when you know for i'm with you too it's it's just just pathetic isn't just to remind you who's going in this year bon jovi okay they sold over one hundred million copies they were pretty popular i don't necessarily love them but okay the car's absolutely belong it's hard to believe they haven't been duct before this dire straits can give you dire straits moody blues you're starting to get into a sketchy area there the moody blues with one hit the had two hits two big hits tuesday afternoon and nights in white setting their grading i'm a singer in a rock band three hold on a second but nina simone what and even better sister rosetta tharp.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Tissue in a hosa to texas tex texmex background i don't know that she necessarily identifies with that term but her parents were certainly of mexican arjun she grew up on the west side of san antonio and that's a good protests going some something in the rain right before that we heard riyan gittens an african american country singer whose best i known through the carolina chocolate drops there she was doing the dolly parton song go don't let it trouble your mind restarted run defense and then just someone you used to know women played mexican american and african american here's another african american who is not known as a country singer although she was very influential among country performers both through our songs and exuberant start or great guitar pigan here's sister rosetta tharp strange things are happening every day checking people way judgment when they're dry aberdeen you must nine right you can live right thanks doc with all this hey.
"rosetta tharp" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Four 2018 so this coming class include bon jovi nina simone the cars dire straits the moved moody blues and sister rosetta tharp they'll be inducted at a ceremony on april 14th and as i have made mention several times still not included and still not even nominated ever foreigner and they're not the only ones you got foreigner out there can you got death leopard out in the cold lippard is sold over a hundred and twenty million albums worldwide still but foreigner a hundred and twenty million but yeah but i like to flip sure the fine are they rock and roll hall of fame material i think so but they fit into that same kind of category i think that with the arena rock category that the hall of rock and roll hall of fame just won't acknowledge them how about the doobie brothers not being in the rock and roll hall of interesting the doobie brothers bad company in the rock and roll hall of fame the cure or eighty now now we're starting to get closer to home i like the cure i think they're good and i think they belong and i think they were influential and i think they cut a created a whole separate sort of little niche mascara niche area uh huh show meshu sorry it's got a great song by the way the guess who is not in the rocket all was that you want me to guess sorry it's almost vacation that's going to be doing this for the rest of the week but the guess who with the burton comings and randy bachman.