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"sing james" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"sing james" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"This is our last episode of rush limbaugh the man behind the golden the ib microphone. We've heard from a lot of people. But i wanted you ladies and gentlemen to hear from the two men that helped me produced this podcast series. Phil tower chris. Kelly a welcome to your podcast me. Hello james what chris. Let's start with you. What have you learned. You came into this. As i understand the correct me. If i'm wrong you came into this. Not so much political guy. Tell me what you've learned from this series. Listen i'm i am. I'm a radio guy right so having been around radio for a long time and having worked for radio stations that were rush limbaugh affiliates for a long time Obviously you know you. You revere somebody of his stature And his success level politically speaking. No i'm not overly interested in a lot of politics in general right But i am interested in somebody that knows how to communicate and somebody who does it at the level that he did it for so long and i gotta tell you honestly the stories that i've been privy to behind the scenes is we've recorded this thing. If kind of blown me away. He reminds me a lot of guy that i used to work for for a long time. and hearing hearing people like brian say he was like another father to me or earing just your emotion in talking about them and getting the chance to know some of these other people that have interacted with an and been part of russia's life for so long has been really really special and i'm really really proud to have been part of this project. This podcast has been about you know at the end of the day no matter what you watch on. Tv no matter what you listen to on the radio no matter what you read online. There's another human being on the other end of that content and what. I have been really interested in over the course this series and i hope others have paid to is laying down all political ideology and laying down all what you read in the newspaper or online. Or whatever is that there's this guy and there was so many more layers to him than you ever really got to hear on the radio or that anybody ever really knew that to me is the whole purpose of why we've been doing this podcast. It's been absolute pleasure to Produce this end. Especially i have to say james to get to know you and work with you You are a pros pro. And i know just in reading some of the comments from People that have left reviews on the podcast and Just getting feedback from people in in my own orbit the level at which people speak of you They couldn't be couldn't be more right. You are a truly a gentleman professional and it's been an absolute pleasure to work with you. I'm blushing and that's hard to see by the way thank you. Thank you so much chris. Kelly are other producer. Phil tower phil. I'm going to ask you the same question while in a in a different kind of way. What have you learned from from from producing this podcast series about the life of rush. Limbaugh the guy behind the golden. Eib microphone. Well i'm gonna give you a quick simple answer and that is have a dream. Never give up on. It rush decided. That radio was his calling he. We knew that as a young kid he hated going to school and that was his vision fired from his first seven and in the end he was successful because he had a dream he had a vision and he kept to it and along the way met some great people and he stayed humble and grateful until the end. And what a great american success story that is james and you were. You had an inside c. To the whole thing so i mean what an incredible honor In the end he was just a guy who loved what he did. And we've heard that from our parents and mentors along the way you gotta love what you do in life and rush loved radio and he loved his show. He'd love being with his audience. He was there until the end. And i need to make chris and you blush because chris when i received a call from craig. Kitchen the godfather of this whole project. If you will. I told him. I said we need a masterful audio guy and introduced chris. Kelly my co producer. Who makes his podcasts. Sing james and you know that the way the music is mixed everything together and you james a storyteller who gave each of us chills as we heard some of these stories. Gosh gosh well. I'm going to say that. I've been in radio all my life almost as i look back on now almost all of my life. I've been in his radio business. Of course we're working with rush. Limbaugh was not an amazing blessing. It was a a chance of a lifetime that has made my life and working with both you fell and you. Chris has been such a delight. You rush to say you know. The job of callers was to make make the house look good not to suck up or anything but but to bring out the best and working with two people who are the very best at what they do makes you up your game. And that's what both of you have done for me. You've made this a pleasure. You've made this a remarkable experience on. Never forget and i cannot thank you enough for the hard work in energy you put in people that are not in this business. Don't understand the time that it takes just to produce one episode and you guys have now. Both of you have spent so many hours going through this. Podcast with me and going through rush. Limbaugh's life with me and the way that you produce this. We hope brings all of us help those that. Listen to rush those that new rush and those that didn't know rush will find an appreciation for what an incredible man he was based on the production skills that you guys brought to the table. I just can't thank you so just this week. In one of the previous episodes i mentioned the dream that i had of rush trying to figure it out to just this week i had another dream As we sit here with the final episode of rush limbaugh the man behind the golden the ib microphone and in this dream dawn. Brian and i were sitting in the control in rush. Was doing the show. And let me tell you. This was so vivid. It was such a vivid dream that at some point i looked dawn and said how is this possible. How will we hear. Listen to rush in the studio with us. This has to be a dream. And then i woke up. Well my life with rush was kind of like a dream. It happened also widely. Now when i look back on it when you look back over three decades of your life and and you've spent three decades with someone who's had an amazing impact on your life. What can you say. It's hard to believe that we're at a stage now. Went where we're talking about in the past tense. But here's the thing. Rush will never be past tense for three decades. He connected with millions of people. He didn't just connect with their brains with ideas. He connected with their hearts. He connected with people in a way that no other media personality in our history has connected with people and that is evidenced by the stories that people tell among themselves some of the stories that you'll see in some of the reviews of this podcast and and if you're fortunate enough to read in some of the emails or other communications at people send with each other rush impacted people in a way that most broadcasters could only dream of he loved what he did he loved his country he loved his.

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"sing james" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"sing james" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"This is our last episode of rush. Limbaugh the man behind the golden the ib microphone. We've heard from a lot of people. But i wanted you ladies and gentlemen to hear from the two men that helped me produced this podcast series. Phil tower chris. Kelly a welcome to your podcast with me. Hello james what chris. Let's start with you. What have you learned. You came into this. As i understand the correct me. If i'm wrong you came into this. Not so much political guy. Tell me what you've learned from this series. Listen i'm i am. I'm a radio guy right so having been around radio for a long time and having worked for radio stations that were rush limbaugh affiliates for a long time Obviously you know you. You revere somebody of his stature And his success level politically speaking. No i'm not overly interested in a lot of politics in general right But i am interested in somebody that knows how to communicate and somebody who does it at the level that he did it for so long and i gotta tell you only the stories that i've been privy to behind the scenes is we've recorded this thing. If kind of blown me away. He reminds me a lot of guy that i used to work for for a long time. and hearing hearing people like brian say he was like another father to me or earing just your emotion in talking about them and getting the chance to know some of these other people that have interacted with an and been part of russia's life for so long has been really really special and i'm really really proud to have been part of this project. This podcast has been about you know at the end of the day no matter what you watch on. Tv no matter what you listen to on the radio no matter what you read online. There's another human being on the other end of that content and what. I have been really interested in over the course this series and i hope others have paid to is laying down all political ideology and laying down all what you read in the newspaper or online. Or whatever is that there's this guy and there was so many more layers to him than you ever really got to hear on the radio or that anybody ever really knew that to me is the whole purpose of why we've been doing this podcast. It's been absolute pleasure to Produce this end. Especially i have to say james to get to know you and work with you You are a pros pro. And i know just in reading some of the comments from People that have left reviews on the podcast and Just getting feedback from people in in my own orbit the level at which people speak of you They couldn't be couldn't be more right. You are a truly a gentleman professional and it's been an absolute pleasure to work with you. I'm blushing and that's hard to see by the way thank you. Thank you so much chris. Kelly or other producer. Phil tower phil. I'm going to ask you the same question while in a in a different kind of way. What have you learned from from from producing this podcast series about the life of rush. Limbaugh the guy behind the golden. Eib microphone. Well i'm gonna give you a quick simple answer and that is have a dream. Never give up on. It rush decided. That radio was his calling he. We knew that as a young kid he hated going to school and that was his vision. He was fired from his first seven and in the end he was successful because he had a dream he had a vision and he kept to it and along the way met some great people and he stayed humble and grateful until the end. And what a great american success story that is james and you were. You had an inside c. To the whole thing so i mean what an incredible honor In the end he was just a guy who loved what he did. And we've heard that from our parents and mentors along the way you gotta love what you do in life and rush loved radio and he loved his show. He'd love being with his audience. He was there until the end. And i need to make chris and you blush because chris when i received a call from craig. Kitchen the godfather of this whole project. If you will. I told him. I said we need a masterful audio guy and introduced chris. Kelly my co producer. Who makes his podcasts. Sing james and you know that the way the music is mixed everything together and you james a storyteller who gave each of us chills as we heard some of these stories. Gosh gosh well. I'm going to say that. I've been in radio all my life almost as i look back on now almost all of my life. I've been in his radio business. Of course we're working with rush. Limbaugh was not an amazing blessing. It was a a chance of a lifetime that has made my life and working with both you fell and you. Chris has been such a delight. You rush to say you know. The job of callers was to make make the house look good not to suck up or anything but but to bring out the best and working with two people who are the very best at what they do makes you up your game. And that's what both of you have done for me. You've made this a pleasure. You've made this a remarkable experience on. Never forget and i cannot thank you enough for the hard work in energy you put in people that are not in this business. Don't understand the time that it takes just to produce one episode and you guys have now. Both of you have spent so many hours going through this. Podcast with me and going through rush. Limbaugh's life with me and the way that you produce this. We hope brings all of us. Hope those that listen to rush those that new rush and those that didn't know rush will find an appreciation for what an incredible man he was based on the production skills that you guys brought to the table. I just can't thank you so just this week. In one of the previous episodes i mentioned the dream that i had of hour trying to figure it out to just this week. I had another dream As we sit here with the final episode of rush limbaugh the man behind the golden the ib microphone and in this dream dawn. Brian and i were sitting in the control in rush. Was doing the show. And let me tell you. This was so vivid. It was such a vivid dream that at some point i looked dawn and said how is this possible. How will we hear. Listen to rush in the studio with us. This has to be a dream. And then i woke up. Well my life with rush was kind of like a dream. It happened also widely. Now when i look back on it when you look back over three decades of your life and and you've spent three decades with someone who's had an amazing impact on your life. What can you say. It's hard to believe that we're at a stage now. Went where we're talking about in the past tense. But here's the thing. Rush will never be past tense for three decades. He connected with millions of people. He didn't just connect with their brains with ideas. He connected with their hearts. He connected with people in a way that no other media personality in our history has connected with people and that is evidenced by the stories that people tell among themselves some of the stories that you'll see in some of the reviews of this podcast and and if you're fortunate enough to read in some of the emails or other communications at people send with each other rush impacted people in a way that most broadcasters could only dream of he loved what he did he loved his country he loved his.

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"sing james" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"sing james" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Or at least some of them. You know, I like to go in there when we're going through. You know, Oklahoma through a Native American reservation. Up and down the West Coast. I like to say casinos. I'd like to see the slot machines and just kind of, you know, watch people know and write. Stuff down is I used to sit there and play bingo from my uncle. When I was a kid in New Orleans and my cousin and we would eat fried shrimp. Play his cards. You know, all night my uncle my grandmother used to play slots and, um Alexia. Go for it. And all that kind of stuff from America is a business. You know, It's really set up like a business and the type of business that set up like there's a casino and everybody's in the casino. Whether you're thinking about her or not. Everybody's playing, you know, certainly. Well, hard done. Yes. Oh, you're feeling welcome. Hard times. Want to talk about the new album, 10 for Slim Charley Crockett sings James Hand now, James Hand is a name that probably a lot of people have never heard of, especially outside of Austin and the state of Texas. But we probably should have, um, who was James Hand? And why did you want to record an album of his music? We all knew that James Hand was the real deal. You know, I mean, ooh, he's the real deal. Saw the man do his things. Do you were looking at the real deal? He's Texas's Hill Country. Shakespeare, You know, just like Alabama had Hank Williams, the hillbilly Shakespeare well, Slam husband Hill country. Shakespeare. In my opinion, I'm taking me a midnight.

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"sing james" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"sing james" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"No way that me. I do enjoy some unsweetened tea. Joy sweet tea sometimes but yes. Sometimes it gets a little too sweet so what i ended up doing. If it's that. I just kind of mixed sweet and unsweetened kind of balance it out. You know. that's the way to do it man. I've done that before so all right here. We'll see we get in seventeen sixty one to tornadoes. One barreling down the ashley river. And the other down. The cooper river converged over charleston's harbor so powerful the combined twister one witness wrote that it plowed the ashley river to the bottom and lay the channel bear. Wow four people were killed and five ships were sunk. They're lucky he's jeez. That's the super tornado people. Yeah that's that's super lucky right there twin especially back in those days. There were no warning system l. Seventeen sixty one for grandma meant while on august thirty first eighteen eighty six. The largest earthquake ever recorded in the southeast. United states occurred near charleston. Seven point eight magnitude quake which damaged buildings in states as far away as ohio killed sixty people and caused more than five million dollars in damages. Seven point eight. Yeah felt as far away as ohio. Who galley man holy crap. That's that's enormous. that's a big quake. I mean i don't even know what some of those. I thought like that. That one san francisco quake dislike level. The city wasn't that lack a seven point five or remember to be honest. That's crazy man. That's artist is getting some famous south carolina nhs a. Yes the man himself. The godfather of soul mr james brown in his celebrity hot tub. I like james brown. My uncle absolutely monka larry. Who is Departed loved james brown and we catch him singing along his albums in his room. We always used to bust him singing and he actually took like you know bedposts. You can take a little knives off the top and they got the little stick. He full grom in with a microphone in their singing. James brown's absolutely hilarious another rocker from south. Carolina is darius rucker from houdini. blowfish Yeah he was hootie. Fish fan of houdini blowfish. I was able to tolerate his solo country album that he had in didn't wasn't too bad his his version of wagging wheel pretty good. Yeah not bad at all now. Now somebody more down our alley so to say comedian and actor bill. Murray better known to. Everybody is dr pete. Bank men of the ghostbusters. This guy is a as a monster talent. Everything this guy did i loved. I mean. groundhog day was hilarious. Coming out my god. It was hilarious. One of one of my favorite movies to watch every december is scrooge. I love scrooge. Oh god yes that's hilarious. I'll the stop the hammering. Yes you stop. The damn hammering. Yeah he is awesome. What what's good about that movie though. It has a great message it does. Yeah the indians really good. It is apparently he. He's he's he's part owner of a of a local team down in charleston and a matter of fact he He's seen in charleston from time to time because he likes to its homeplace he likes to go there quite a bit so downtown charleston is his his bill murray area so it sticking with the theme of of having similar People another snl. Allom chris. rock is from south carolina. Krantz bract chris rock. That's that's a lousy. Chris rock but man will tell you what that dude is off the charts. Funny he's hilarious. Oh yeah he's he's fantastic. Love chris rock all right now. Recently departed and awesome actor and all around good human being chadwick boseman known for his iconic role. Of course is the black panther you know. We lost him recently but he was also born in south carolina which i did not know i honestly thought this gentleman was born abroad because of his accent from black panther even though yeah he's did a good job no he will be severely. Yeah but then. I saw him in Draft day in the and had no action. I wait a minute. So he's just like them. Yeah what conduct forever. Man kanda all right last but not least talk show host. Stephen colbert is also from south carolina. How bri go ahead and get into your story for the day. Buddy yes.

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Billie Eilish Will Sing James Bond’s ‘No Time to Die’ Theme Song

Donna and Steve

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Billie Eilish Will Sing James Bond’s ‘No Time to Die’ Theme Song

"Breaking news all the next James Bond film has its singer Billy islet she has been officially unveiled as a musician to perform the title track for the latest double oh seven film no time to die she has become the youngest artist ever to record people on theme I only said a statement regarding the news it feels crazy to be a part of this in every way to be able to score the theme song to a film that is part of such a legendary series it's a huge honor James Bond is the coolest film franchise ever to exist I'm still in shock the eighteen year old has written the as yet untitled theme song with her elder brother Phineas no time to die is due to hit theaters in

Billie Eilish Will Sing James Bond’s ‘No Time to Die’ Theme Song

Donna and Steve

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Billie Eilish Will Sing James Bond’s ‘No Time to Die’ Theme Song

"Breaking news all the next James Bond film has its singer Billy islet she has been officially unveiled as a musician to perform the title track for the latest double oh seven film no time to die she has become the youngest artist ever to record people on theme I only said a statement regarding the news it feels crazy to be a part of this in every way to be able to score the theme song to a film that is part of such a legendary series it's a huge honor James Bond is the coolest film franchise ever to exist I'm still in shock the eighteen year old has written the as yet untitled theme song with her elder brother Phineas no time to die is due to hit theaters in

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