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Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel will not be retried in Martha Moxley murder

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel will not be retried in Martha Moxley murder

"Prosecutors have reached a decision on retrying Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel for a 1975, killing too much time has passed. Too many witnesses are deceased. The prosecutor will not try Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel again. For the murder of his 15 year old neighbor, Martha Moxley in Greenwich 45. Years ago, attorney Stephan Seeger They have an innocent man that I've said many, many times I was looking forward to the day that we walked into the courtroom in this case was behind Michael, and that's what happened today. Skakel did not speak. He served 11 years in prison before the state Supreme Court overturned his conviction because of a botched defense. Martha's brother, John Moxley still believes Skakel killed his sister, but his family accepts the decision.

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Los Angeles Dodgers Shortstop Corey Seager Named World Series MVP

Jim Bohannon

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles Dodgers Shortstop Corey Seager Named World Series MVP

"Sports The Los Angeles Dodgers are World Series champions for the first time since 1988. They defeat the Tampa Bay Rays in six games. The final in Game six. Last night was three toe one, Dodger shortstop Corey Seager was named unanimous World Series MVP. The last player to be unanimous MVP was Madison Bumgarner Back in 2014 with the Giants. Seeger, now an elite company. He's the eighth player in the history of the major league. It's to be named NLCS M V P and World Series MVP in the same playoff. So with the 2020 season officially in the books, 2021 spring training will officially begin on February 27th of next year.

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Yoshihide Suga confirmed as Japan prime minister

BBC World Service

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Yoshihide Suga confirmed as Japan prime minister

"House of Parliament has appointed you Shahid, a saga is the country's new prime minister. He takes over from Shinzo are they after easily securing the governing Liberal Democratic Party leadership on Monday, Mr Sieger, the former Cabinet secretary, is known as a tough fixer rather than a charismatic leader. From Tokyo. He's our correspondent Rupert Wingfield Hayes. So when he gets back from the palace, he will hold a press conference as the new prime minister, and he will announce his new Cabinet that hasn't formally being done yet. But there's been loads of speculation in the media already about It's makeup. Mr Seeger claims that he is goingto have a cabinet that will really work for the Japanese people. But what we've seen already, if this cabinet turns out to be true that it is a careful balance. Representing all of the major factions in the LDP, who supported the vote for him to become prime minister. And that's already leading to speculation here that Mr Sieger is really going to be controlled by the faction leaders in the LDP who got together in a back room to make him the new prime minister.

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Freight Train

The Past and the Curious

04:23 min | 8 months ago

Freight Train

"There is a story that Elizabeth cotten got to name herself on the day. She started school. Her parents had a mess of kids and supposedly. They never really agreed on a name to call her when she was born in eighteen. Ninety three or eighteen ninety-five people disagree on birthdate. Which makes sense considering that she'd didn't even have a name anyway. The family just kinda settled into calling her little sister because she was the youngest sister. Of course a moniker. Like that didn't work for the teacher. Who asked for the child's name on the first day of school little sis had always liked the name Elizabeth? So that's what she told the teacher her name was and for the rest of her long and eventful life. That's how she was known though. Many of her friends would one day call her by nickname Lib. Little could she have known when she was just a girl that the name Elizabeth Cottonwood one day wind up in the Smithsonian be announced at the Grammy Awards and even lend itself to a Beautiful Park in Syracuse New York? There's another story about Elizabeth. Many years later as an adult and apparent herself she was working in a department store in Washington. Dc when she encountered a young girl near the same age. Elizabeth had been on that first day of school. This girl was lost and in tears because she had gotten separated from her mother while shopping as any child or parent who has stressful. He lived through. This situation knows it can be terrifying. But Elizabeth was kind and calm and the girl named Peggy immediately trusted her together. The two set out to find the girl's mother it didn't take long. But the chance encounter made history. Elizabeth cotten obviously made an impression on. Peggy's mom a woman named Ruth Crawford seeger because before long Elizabeth was working in their home helping to take care of the three kids cook and clean. They quickly bonded with her and she made the most of her time there. The seekers were a musical family. Father Charles was a musicologist that someone who studies music and how it develops in different cultures he worked for universities and the federal government to help document and preserve the music of African American native American Latin American cultures and more. The mother of the Family Ruth was a music teacher who published a book of Children's songs and the children were very interested in folk music especially the oldest child his name was Pete Seeger and he would be famous musician on his own for years. Elizabeth would share space in the home with the Family. Who's world seem to revolve around making sound? Someone was always learning practicing listening writing or singing. Something new little. Did they know that the woman in their midst was incredible musician herself honestly? Though she was so humble she might never have told them wouldn't stay hidden forever. Though as the days flowed by someone from the family found her playing one of the guitars in the home and in a very unique style that they had never really heard before embarrassed. She apologized for touching their instrument but they were more astonished by what they had just heard. Linda's family back home. In North Carolina had been musical to when she was a girl. Her folks sang spirituals. All the time and her brother had a guitar and Banjo. Which only seem to call to Elizabeth. Whenever he was at work she would sneak into his marvelous sounds. This made her brother angry and she was firmly told not to touch them again but she couldn't help herself. Elizabeth loved the sound of the string instruments. She found them awkward because she was left handed though her solution was to hold them upside down. Putting the low sounding strings. Closer to the grand high-sounding strings. Right up by her face was the opposite way that the instrument was intended but she made it work. She plucked the strings with her fingers. Two or three at a time which could create a counterpoint melodic lines at the same time. It's not easy to do but Elizabeth methodically learned to do it. When her brother's work schedule allowed of course eventually her brother moved out to start a life outside of the household and he had the nerve to take his own guitar and Banjo with him. This left poor young Lib and quite a dither.

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Freight Train

The Past and the Curious

05:16 min | 8 months ago

Freight Train

"There is a story that Elizabeth cotten got to name herself on the day. She started school. Her parents had a mess of kids and supposedly. They never really agreed on a name to call her when she was born in eighteen. Ninety three or eighteen ninety-five people disagree on birthdate. Which makes sense considering that she'd didn't even have a name anyway. The family just kinda settled into calling her little sister because she was the youngest sister. Of course a moniker. Like that didn't work for the teacher. Who asked for the child's name on the first day of school little sis had always liked the name Elizabeth? So that's what she told the teacher her name was and for the rest of her long and eventful life. That's how she was known though. Many of her friends would one day call her by nickname Lib. Little could she have known when she was just a girl that the name Elizabeth Cottonwood one day wind up in the Smithsonian be announced at the Grammy Awards and even lend itself to a Beautiful Park in Syracuse New York? There's another story about Elizabeth. Many years later as an adult and apparent herself she was working in a department store in Washington. Dc when she encountered a young girl near the same age. Elizabeth had been on that first day of school. This girl was lost and in tears because she had gotten separated from her mother while shopping as any child or parent who has stressful. He lived through. This situation knows it can be terrifying. But Elizabeth was kind and calm and the girl named Peggy immediately trusted her together. The two set out to find the girl's mother it didn't take long. But the chance encounter made history. Elizabeth cotten obviously made an impression on. Peggy's mom a woman named Ruth Crawford seeger because before long Elizabeth was working in their home helping to take care of the three kids cook and clean. They quickly bonded with her and she made the most of her time there. The seekers were a musical family. Father Charles was a musicologist that someone who studies music and how it develops in different cultures he worked for universities and the federal government to help document and preserve the music of African American native American Latin American cultures and more. The mother of the Family Ruth was a music teacher who published a book of Children's songs and the children were very interested in folk music especially the oldest child his name was Pete Seeger and he would be famous musician on his own for years. Elizabeth would share space in the home with the Family. Who's world seem to revolve around making sound? Someone was always learning practicing listening writing or singing. Something new little. Did they know that the woman in their midst was incredible musician herself honestly? Though she was so humble she might never have told them wouldn't stay hidden forever. Though as the days flowed by someone from the family found her playing one of the guitars in the home and in a very unique style that they had never really heard before embarrassed. She apologized for touching their instrument but they were more astonished by what they had just heard. Linda's family back home. In North Carolina had been musical to when she was a girl. Her folks sang spirituals. All the time and her brother had a guitar and Banjo. Which only seem to call to Elizabeth. Whenever he was at work she would sneak into his marvelous sounds. This made her brother angry and she was firmly told not to touch them again but she couldn't help herself. Elizabeth loved the sound of the string instruments. She found them awkward because she was left handed though her solution was to hold them upside down. Putting the low sounding strings. Closer to the grand high-sounding strings. Right up by her face was the opposite way that the instrument was intended but she made it work. She plucked the strings with her fingers. Two or three at a time which could create a counterpoint melodic lines at the same time. It's not easy to do but Elizabeth methodically learned to do it. When her brother's work schedule allowed of course eventually her brother moved out to start a life outside of the household and he had the nerve to take his own guitar and Banjo with him. This left poor young Lib and quite a dither. In these days kids would often work to help the family which she did but she also saved some of the money for a guitar her own three dollars and seventy five cents. That is what her first guitar cost. And as she clearly remembered from that point on her poor mother never got any peace and quiet. Every spare moment was filled with music. Which sounds Nice. But you've got to remember. Elizabeth was learning by teaching herself. Luckily she was a quick study. When you spend that much time working hard on something you are bound to improve. That's how it works. She put in the time and before long. Elizabeth was not just playing guitar but playing incredibly well in her own unique finger style and she was also writing songs. One Song she wrote when she was just eleven years old was called freight train. If you'd told young Elizabeth that one day decades

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"seeger" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"seeger" Discussed on KCRW

"End of racial injustice we Pete Seeger was one of those markers we we speakers for saying this song fifty seven at the Highlander folk school in Tennessee afterwards a friend of Seger stroking to a speaking engagement said the king kept humming the tune and said we shall overcome the song really sticks with you doesn't it we we the a a two hundred thousand people where.

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"seeger" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"seeger" Discussed on KCRW

"Pete Seeger was one of those markers the we speakers for saying this song fifty seven at the Highlander folk school in Tennessee afterwards a friend of Seger stroking to a speaking engagement said the king kept humming the tune is said we shall overcome the song really sticks with you doesn't it we we the two hundred thousand people.

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"seeger" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"seeger" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seeger and during my day and we're talking like late nineties yeah there were no cabs on Long Beach island really yeah so to get to the bar you basically had to drive there and then walk home and sometimes up that walk to be over a mile so what we would do that is like and what we just you know by some bikes from some garage sales down here you know and then we'll just try the bikes back and forth not realizing that many many times probably was a bit over Serb controlled the bike you can get a D. Y. for that on a bike to yes you're operating a vehicle I guess is a vehicle yes I've heard it before and horses right that was a joke but no apparently you cannot you can drive a horse drug either of you could be a so you can be the kind of a city across to like an eight time do you why offenders right now I thought I was doing the responsible thing you want a banana seat driving drunk I can't picture it anyway and the guy was arrested accused of stealing an electric powered shopping cart for all Walmart driving to a bar it was about a half miles it's pretty impressive that he he got that far it's more press so that thing goes a half mile I think it goes up and it goes up and down like maybe you know the baby food island and that they have to recharge it the bond is set at twenty five hundred dollars doesn't pay Cooper as you know what happens woozy Anna will be executed next anyway when we come back up or how soon is too soon to be playing Christmas music plus stick around for your next chance to win one thousand dollars that is at eight OO five new York's most entertaining live and local talk show for your ride W. O. R. tonight with Joe concha six till nine weeknights on seven ten W. I heart radio station fifty two degrees clear skies at eight o'clock evening I'm tearing the creamy public hearings in the house impeachment probe will begin next week you will see throughout the course of the testimony not only their test mode but many others the most important facts are largely not contested California Democrat Adam Schiff says the first scheduled witnesses will be state department officials bill Taylor and George can't a second hearing features ousted at U. S. Ukraine ambassador Maria von of this shift says it's clear that president trump tried to use the crane to dig up dirt on a political opponent he called the presidential misconduct XIV chairs the house intelligence committee president trump says Turkey has captured several ISIS fighters who escaped during the fighting in Syria he tweeted out he had a good phone call with Turkey's president who set to visit the White House next Wednesday the governor of Kentucky isn't going down without a fight after his narrow loss Tom Roberts has more mac Devin is asking for an official re campus of votes in Tuesday night's election current results show him losing to state Attorney General and he'd be here by almost fifty one hundred votes seven says there were voting irregularities and he's refused to concede Tom Roberts NBC news radio Minnesota senator any club which are is the latest to twenty twenty presidential candidate to file for the first democratic primary in New Hampshire close our said voters made their voices heard yesterday at the ballot box in New Hampshire Virginia and Kentucky this is a country.

"seeger" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"seeger" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Thanks thanks so much fi folk singer and activist pete seeger speaking with michael enright on as it happens in nineteen ninety five. Mr seager died in twenty fourteen as it happens last spoke with mr seager in two thousand and eight on the death of another folk legend odeta homes. Here's a clip of his conversation with carol. Hello mr seager. Can i tell you first of all. This is a great honor to speak to you. Well you find my brain is going and my usual answer. When people say how are you i say if i could remember i yeah well. You have influenced so many people through your music and we appreciate it very much but we are calling in you to get your response to the news about odeta homes or remember her with me. <hes> a great big crowd in front of us in central park several thousand people and <hes> in the times take this hammer cavalry every touma captain take this hammer writ to wake up to take this carrie touma captain tell them go on telecom gaw pete seeger speaking and singing to carol in december two two thousand eight. That's it for this episode of as it happened the archive edition produced by kevin ball with help from technician rental gonzalves and keith art in radio archives. We posted the episodes on the as it happens website. Just follow the link to as it happened at at the top of the page and we'll be back again next friday with another episode of as it happened the archive addition as it happens will of course be back on monday. I'm chris how good <music> for more.

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"seeger" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"seeger" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Thanks thanks so much fi folk singer and activist pete seeger speaking with michael enright on as it happens in nineteen ninety five. Mr seager died in twenty fourteen as it happens last spoke with mr seager in two thousand and eight on the death of another folk legend odeta homes. Here's a clip of his conversation with carol. Hello mr seager. Can i tell you first of all. This is a great honor to speak to you. Well you find my brain is going and my usual answer. When people say how are you i say if i could remember i yeah well. You have influenced so many people through your music and we appreciate it very much but we are calling in you to get your response to the news about odeta homes or remember her with me. <hes> a great big crowd in front of us in central park several thousand people and <hes> in the places distant times take this hammer cavalry every touma captain take this hammer carrot to wake up to take this carrie touma captain tell them go on telecom gaw pete seeger speaking and singing to carol in december two two thousand eight. That's it for this episode of as it happened the archive edition produced by kevin ball with help from technician rental gonzalves and keith art in radio archives. We posted the episodes on the as it happens website. Just follow the link to as it happened at at the top of the page and we'll be back again next friday with another episode of as it happened the archive addition as it happens will of course be back on monday. I'm chris how good <music> for more.

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"seeger" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"seeger" Discussed on KNSS

"Strikes. Seeger's showed what he can do on the base paths getting on the last time stolen base went to third on a wild pitch. Shockers would love to get him on here with only one out. Due to strike three call fastball. The knees gets looking. Chew up into down in the inning. That is six strikeouts, for Colin Sullivan. Brings up Jordan Boyer. While you're over two of the walk, struck out his last time up struck out, swinging chase to breaking ball in the dirt. Three four six last night. Trying to get something started with two out here in the eighth. Solomon's pit Shena swing and a foul tip. Sullivan was at ninety pitches through seven innings. Throw nine more so far here in the eight. So the next one will be one hundred if he can get your reasonable amount of pitches, and I'm sure we'll see him come back out for the ninth. Oh one a high dry, but foul down the left field line. Got into that one pretty well. Drove it deep down the left field line but well out in front no-balls in two strikes..

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"seeger" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"seeger" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To time the plant time to time to kill time to heal a time to live. Two. Everything turns. Is a season. Welcome back to nocturnal journal on WGN last weekend was Mr. Pete Seeger's one hundredth birthday. And in town was author Merrill, Dan's her who wrote the book sing it just came out. And it's kind of a young adult look at Pete Seeger's life fascinating book. So here's some of our thoughts with Merrill. Well what? Is the Merrill? I look at the business day ahead. It's one of the nation's oldest largest and most reputable study abroad program providers. We'll chat with the yield Chicago-based ES abroad at five one five on seven twenty WGN Passover is all about delivering a great night's sleep can wake up feeling good.

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"seeger" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"seeger" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The Golden State killer had a lot of monikers the original nights Docker, the east area rapist and the vizo ransack her. Quite a long conversation about ransack hours. So he was finally arrested at his house, and this was April last year after he was linked to some crimes by DNA samples, basically, he went into a hobby lobby whose family rerouted through the DNA. Yes to match it. They followed him to a hobby lobby while he was inside. They swabbed the car door handle and found it to be a match, and that's how they nailed him. The one that patent oswald's wife had been working on that book for years and years. Trying to catch up originally reported that if from a DNA testing service cousin a distant cousin. Okay. Yeah. Listen, everyone who's always like freaked out about big brother big brother's here. Now, we have to side what side of big brother. We wanna be on the notion of like, I don't want to government knowing what? The government. The government will send notices to your house and tell you to like cut down branches or pay them money or like you. If you own a warehouse or something some of the governor will go like, I we need inspect this this walk right through it until you need fire. Surpr- you need to post every ten feet. There's gotta be a Bill that talks about either fair fair employment Bill or the Heimlich maneuver like. And that in every they just tell you. I don't know open a restaurant. See you don't want to govern government involved at the government's involved with everything all the time. They take take forty two percent of my money that that's pretty involved. Well, they know how much money will yell make because we tell them every year like clockwork, right? They know everything. So my deal is is I'm with everyone, theoretically on I don't want to govern Volvo. I don't want him knowing right feel the same way. I'd like to not pay them a million dollars a year in taxes, but that ship has sailed so with that in mind since every cop car that pulls you over all that guys to do is type in your name into the computer that's in his squad car and everything about you. Pops up on it since we're there, then let's now go all in which is solve all these for good in. This isn't even older argument where when you are born you are not assigned a name you're assigned a number number until you die. So not on the grid. I don't get it. Oh, Bob Seeger wrote a song about that. In the seventy two also like a number. All the time. Bob Seeger song little bit of a deep cut the play a lot of the Hollywood nights Hollywood hills and on stuff it's got a lot of those. But feel like a numbers is a is a moving. It's about I don't know. It's just feels like a number. He talks about quarterly earnings. Race to the IRS. He's another file. I'll really yeah. What rose ten ninety nine September. Fifteen estimated tech this quarter three. This is every Bob Seeger song as part, right? Brachman ever in recent write songs about what a pitch work wasn't my sucked. But. Oh, we miss the song. Right. That's a Bob Seger patented lyric right there. Oh. Aberg? Chris cover this one. Finger bap. The crowd down. I'll stop doing that. Any point at yourself when you do the damn, and I'm a man, you know, put this up inside cry for him left anthem show. Cruise. Yeah. If finger popping music stuff people can danced people know up to enjoy. I'll try that you know. Okay. Well, Kim Kardashian wants to follow in her father's footsteps and become a lawyer. Oh, yeah. Now, this is a little bit of an interesting twist told her about the scandal. Well, yeah. In an interview with vogue mogul says she's been she's been a four year apprenticeship in a San Francisco law firm in preparation to take the bar in twenty twenty two saw this movie legally black..

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"seeger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"seeger" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Now. Bob, Seeger the silver. Bullet band is coming to jiffy lube live may twenty fifth and WFAN has your tickets. Enter win at AOL dot com slash contests. See Grammy winner in rock and Roll Hall of fame. Duckie Bob Seger. Live on stage for his final tour. Tickets go on sale starting Friday, February twenty-second dot com, and you can wait. You're Bob Seger. The silver bullet band tickets right now. WFAN dot com slash contests. Warning. If you're drowning in debt you can't afford, do not let the credit card companies trick you into thinking that you have to pay it all back because you don't what the credit card companies don't want you to know is that there's actually a way to get debt free without paying off your entire debt or going bankrupt. If you have five thousand dollars or more in credit card debt, you now have the right to let us settle that debt for a fraction of what you owe. For free information. Call credit associates now, one eight hundred nine five seven nine seven four six. We'll even show you how much money you could save. If you can't afford to pay off all your debt, do not let the credit card companies trick you into thinking that you have to call credit associates now for free information on how to get debt free faster than you ever thought possible without debt consolidation or bankruptcy. We depend on your success and offer a guarantee so there's no risk for free information. Call now, one eight hundred nine five seven nine seven four six that's one eight hundred nine five seven nine seven four six one eight hundred nine five seven nine seven four six. Veterans Michelle skied Karl Blake.

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"seeger" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"seeger" Discussed on Latino USA

"And it's all because of one song that kept the story alive throughout the decades as sung has a very long confusing title deportee parentheses plane wreck at Los Gatos. And it's sung here by Pete Seeger, a super famous American folk music icon. Miles do that Mexico. Barter Jason slack off long. Pete's didn't write the song. He just made it famous in the nineteen fifties. Pete's good friend. Woody Guthrie wrote it when Woody heard about the crash on the radio, he felt this strong sense of injustice. So he wrote his feelings down as a poem and later became the song. Stuttered like dry. Radio's a oranges are. Who are these friends who are scattered like dry leaves the radio said, they were just deportees these kinds of poems and lyrics were not unusual for Woody Guthrie. He was always sort of a revolutionary. Would it was kind of the embodiment of your quote, unquote? Every man in the sense that he lived and worked and wrote and traveled among the people, I'm Nora Guthrie. And I'm Woody Guthrie his daughter we called Nora to find out. Why would he wrote this those averse strong similarity between the migrant workers in the nineteen thirties and the Oki's in the nineteen thirties. The occas reformers in Arkansas, Kansas Tennessee, and of course, Oklahoma. They lost their homes during the dust bowl and migrated to California. Woody Guthrie was one of these people when Woody came to California he was homeless living in tents and little tin shacks. And so were the Mexican field workers they're kind of all in the same boat. And I think that just instinctively he connected with their plight. He didn't start out to be political who started out just being curious. So you would always dig further and further. Into the news reports. And that was what happened with the plane record low Scott does somewhere along the way Pete Seeger who was what he's friend. Got a hold of the poem set to music in started singing it then the song got huge it took on a life of its own in west covered by dozens of musicians Johnny Rodriguez. Role and the beaches. Dolly Parton yawn. Or by us. So. Dylan. Mexico. Bruce springsteen. And Woody son Arlo Guthrie..

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"seeger" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"seeger" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"But she learned how to play really young and then stopped because like how do you make a career out of that in her position? So she was working as a maid for the Seeger family like Pete Seger. Yeah. And play picked it up back. Then this is I think in her sixties this way later, and she basically relearn how to play and they were like, you're amazing. Let's record you. And then she later went on to win a Grammy. This is going to become a movie at some point this is meals. You can't do it. I is my idea. I found this artist. She's pretty known. She's like very influential in the folk Zieger household must have been full of frigging Mosek everybody in the family. Dumb. Question are Pete Seeger, Bob. So you're landed I don't that's what I'm assuming. I know my bell differently. So pizza. Pete Seeger's e. Oh, yeah. The no Bob Seger's is well, just e. Oh, yeah. Real quick yellow ostrich, not one person cool. Sorry. It was in my head. I'm gonna fucking. Yeah. Who some great jams guys we all brought something different than all songs. You can find Starbucks jazz playlist, well, mostly on those Jim Spotify playlist, definitely not an a Starbucks. What can people find you doing these days? They can find me quietly writing in a room hidden away from the world. Stories are good. Post on Instagram Instagram. You can see you can find me their coach K K O C, H, E, R culture. Yes. Cocoa. Cocoa. I 'cause I it's well because one weed then get onto my last name, and there's like a whole story there about because I coach and the rest of my family says Katcher. It's it's a whole. I was the short version is I was getting bullied in third grade and cocker they were calling me Nick, Nick Katcher, and they were calling me Nick, the dick Crutcher and so. I know how to fix this. I'll change the pronunciation of my last name to coacher bullies can hit that curve ball. They could. What do they call you this? They just went with Nick the dick. I mean. Thing I needed to fix switched to nNcholas before changing the pronunciation. I was too scared of dick Lous. That's true. You got to always be two. Steps ahead. Yeah. Meow mix for a lot of my child has I was never bullied, Debbie. The bully. Congratulations firmly jock. Kids in lockers out K, O, C H E R. Yes. Yes. Okay. On everything. Yes on. Yes. Twitter. And then you can go to bright tanning dot com. If you'd like good video, and and then I perform stand up occasionally, I usually post about that on Instagram. The show. Telling us your story. I was happy to living your heartbreak very brave if you wanna follow the show or at punch of the gym, anywhere Demis electoral. I'm at me L real monster by this. We should have a patriot done. We should have been up for maybe a month. Now. Time you can submit your own punishable jam or you can see your own gym or punch jam for us to punch up jam dot com. You can send us an E mail punch of jam gmaiLcom. You can you already said fall show. Yeah. And I think our patriot one of our rewards assuming it's launched already. It should be that once a month, we're going to do the viewer choice. So if you if you're a patriot you get to choose the song that we do for the month, the one with the most votes extra bonus contents of the making of the jams punch-ups, and that'll be there so checkout because there's some cool. Fucking perks bonus episodes every week and you can check Google dot com. If you're trying to find something. Okay. That was. That was a gum podcast.

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"seeger" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"seeger" Discussed on WCHS

"You're listening to nounce the news i'm derrick blair i was about a month ago puttering around on the internet is sometimes do listening to songs on youtube and i stumbled across one by by pete seeger the wellknown folksinger and he mentioned at the beginning of a song that i had not heard before cold going to be an engineer that it was it was by his sister peggy and i listened to the lyrics which were about the struggles of a woman through her life against discrimination and and and the burdens that are placed on her by society involving sex childbirth child raising and so forth and i said to myself this is a great song but i need to listen to the original version of this so i searched it attracted down and listen to the version that was sung and recorded by peggy seeger and i said this is an amazing song i listened to it all the way through i posted it on facebook and and my own mom logged on and commented you know this is a song that that i could have written she was she was born in the nineteen forties and and i realized that there is something here that i hadn't been aware of i hadn't known who peggy seeger was and i did some more research i found out and i reach out because i wanted to speak with her so we are talking today with peggy seeger she is a singer a singer and the author of a first time ever a memoir peggy seeger welcome to now it's the news thank you so much for being here eric so tell me just to begin with and there's so many other things that i i want to discuss with you how did the writing of going to be an engineer come about specifically it was a bit of an accident there's always a longer story whenever you ask me questions like that i.

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"seeger" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"seeger" Discussed on WCHS

"Corporation station and now it's the lose we're speaking with peggy seeger she is the author of first time ever a memoir you grew up in a tremendously musical family that produced some some amazing talents what was it like growing up when you did and in the families that you did and what was the musical life of your childhood like well my you begin with talking about my brother paint he was born in nineteen nineteen from my father's first wife constance edson there were three boys charles john pete and that marriage didn't work out other than producing three absolutely wonderful boys and probably a lesson for both mom and pop and i am product of the second marriage my mother was ruth crawford seeger who if you google her you will find that she is now regarded as the main female composer of modernist music of the nineteen hundreds i didn't know about her classical music competitions i knew she was a fantastic pianist and my father was a professor of music but pete used to visit a lot 'cause i was born in thirty five you're born in one thousand nine hundred so he was sixteen when i was born we didn't grow up together we might as well because pete visited so much but he was a real treat to the family and got along beautifully with my mother he was about the same distance in age from my mother that my mother was from my father so i had to musical parents and a visiting brother who was discovering folk music and who is who was intensely musical so there was music around the house all the time my parents moved to washington dc in nineteen thirty seven or so and my father was part of roosevelt's wpa program of going around the country and reinvigorating folk music collecting folk music my mother stayed home and brought up three children and eventually force so that there was always classical music around the house and there was always music around the house so i was brought up those two parameters of the of of the music of the united states and it was indeed extraordinary i grew up listening to my mother.

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"seeger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"seeger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lina the also sign and it's all because of one song that kept the story alive throughout the decades as sung that has a very long confusing title deportee parentheses playing reckitt lescot dose and it's sung here by pete seeger super famous american folk music icon six mile mexico border the chases like laws them pete's didn't write the song he just made it famous in the 1950s pete's good friend woody guthrie wrote it when what he heard about the crash on the radio he felt this strong sense of injustice so he wrote his feelings down as a poem and later became always not all strata of the summer and y'all says they are you leave arguing who are these friends who are scattered like dried leaves the radio said they were just deportees these kinds of poems and lyrics were not unusual for what he got three he was always sort of a revolutionary woody was kind of the embodiment of your quote unquote every man in the sense that he lived and worked and route and travelled among the people nor ago three and woody go through starter we called nor to find out why would he wrote this there was a very strong similarity between the migrant workers in the 1930s and the oki's in the 1930s the oki's were farmers in arkansas kansas tennessee and of course oklahoma they lost their homes during the dust bowl and migrated to california woody guthrie was one of these people when woody came to california he was homeless living in tents and little tin shacks and so we're the mexican field workers there are kind of all in the same boat and i think that just instinctively he connected with their plight he didn't start out to be political he started out just being curious so he would always dig further and further into the news reports and that was what happened with the plane record los gatos somewhere along the way pete seeger who was what he's friend got ahold of the pollin said it to music and started singing it then the song at huge it took on a life of its own in was covered by dozens of musicians garage giardi rodriguez role in ending ron dolly parton yawn on our partial by as you so dillon the we bruce springsteen and what son carlo guthrie.

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"seeger" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"seeger" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"Pete seeger right there the late great pete seeger seen a version of it yeah and you heard jerry actually mentioned the populist party that did come out of the farmers alliances and that kind of the all of the agricultural distress of 1880s i went down a tiny little rabbit all reading about the populous movement and how they had a presidential candidate names teams weaver and uh you you too can find all of this on the internet i think you will i think you'll enjoy the i i have to say i could have talked to terry all day long because i think that the i think the historical perspective on this and how this is sort of always what happens in times of incoming inequality all the way back to rome never gets never gets old for me and i think her less bitter i don't know how the editor things going to go but i think the last bid about we'll see if the populist moving in this country solves the people's problems paint is the really it's the payoff it right there well because my baseball metaphors yet no because that's what it we louis either adhere to the warning or things that really way worse actually uh so hey hope springs eternal all right let's see what else is going on if you missed the last episode was the last episode in which we announced our book club choice had moved through it is a wrinkle in time so go out and get it if you haven't because that that's coming up were only give ourselves about a month well now three weeks to read that one because we want to get our book club done it's easy one he agreed with the kids novel it's en it's actually a very handy time to be reading this because as a result of the upcoming movie the book is available everywhere like i was just at barnes and noble yesterday yes a real store a real brick and mortar bookstore and.

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"seeger" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"seeger" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Vet chicago dot com this well i'm gonna say pete seeger whoever it is we need to wake up that's the illu who he's going way back version you're kidding pete seeger now it's not pete seeger itself frank segar his brother the lesser known and that clearly way older how are you mr soini i'm good how are you i dry yes i am i cannot believe so is this rain go it still raining downtown yes it is is it going to stop any time soon anywhere in the morning of these showers and there's a lot of a day of their moving northeast did if you looked at the radar around saint louis there are some heavy rains there whether or not that is going to reach us later today remains to be seen it just depends on the direction the storm is travelling but we will be seeing rain here in through the morning cloudy skies later this afternoon and falling temperature so the stormers bringing a cooler air so woe by this afternoon were well lacey temperatures in the fifties lows in the 40s tonight but a sunny day tomorrow and a high near 60 and i do have one more question for you mmm cubs gonna win today yes all right at the most important thing all right you'll be back at seven o'clock with an update all right thank you very much mr schwaiger he this is steve deals pet world on wgn radio it is six thirty eight and sitting across from me you've been on the show my guess is that dozen times over the years charlie props and who is.

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"seeger" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"seeger" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"So i'll give dreg goes out there and lays an egg like you did last year in game six of the western conference finals when they could have won in oklahoma city to move on to the finals and goes ten for thirty eight and one for ten from the from three and takes bad shots is he now the twentieth best players like that our ranking these things this is ridiculous and you should know better paul pierce comma all the paul peers is like morial charmers with the actual career he he thinks he's better than jordan cool i oregano issue but come on them and dwight howard dude this is quite hours the same guy who with a straight face on the same program said i'm working on my threepoint game park crate what's next what what other up what other amazing bit of basketball magic can you drop for us along yeah kept grasp what what poll said but pulp here set kennedy imia break it's ridiculous you can be amazing and tantalizing and great and not be the gray's of all time it's something bright that can happen cory seeger hit a big home ever the dodgers today he's the best player in baseball he's not as much as i thought he was going to be in a couple of years maybe still obi yeah hit a big are they gave me however the dodgers course eager good job young guy he's necessarily better the brice arbor her give me give me a bridge so ridiculous and it really does it really does rush raving and i'm gonna ask come i'm going to ask curt human about it from pro basketball talk when he joins me here coming up next we'll talk about these finals in what his recipe is i gave you minor on the show i on his recipe for what the cavs have to do in order to win curt he'll in talk in some nba finals i think bringing some reasonable perspective this kevin durant conversation when we come back it's coming up next right here on right of the new with me bill writer on.

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