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"steve miller" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

04:09 min | Last month

"steve miller" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"Moody talk about those in his nineteen seventy book but a lot of people who are were Nurses or doctors specializing. The elderly began publishing articles on these experiences leading up to the two thousands but especially now. I was just shocked. When i went into the research to find this research. All over the technical journals. Because it's a practical thing we need to know win an elderly person saying hey. I'm seeing my deceased dad on the other side. What do you d- just the morphine. Do you tell them. Try to bring them back to reality. Assume they're hallucinating. Or might this be a very real thing that they're experiencing. That's a normal part of dying. So what they found is that may be In one recent study in a hospice in new york the researchers found that over eighty percent of the patients in a hospice unit. They're dying over eighty percent of them. If you ask them every day what they've been experiencing they will tell you about these. Very realistic visions are encounters with deceased relatives. Angels beauty on the other side and so getting back to the angel's wings. One of the people who did her dissertation or a phd dissertation. I believe it was in nursing. She interviewed children are people who experienced children who had these experiences when they were dying and one of them told one of the girls who is dying told her mom about what she was experiencing and she knew her mom might not believer so shoes kinda ginger in her approach to it and she asked her mom if she could see the angels in the room and the mom really wanted to identify with their child and go along with her so she said yes she lives she said yes. I've seen i see one and the child made her do a pinky promised to make sure she was telling chrissy. Yeah yeah see in the charles paul. Tell me what it looks like. And the mother said ho. I'm saying has right big wings and the child said mom you don't you don't have to lie to me. They don't have any wings and she went on to explain to her mom in great detail what she was saying so again evidentially after wonder why children be just making stuff up like this and how it most children even know. They're dying. i mean typically. We don't sit out the young challenged by. Oh by the way we think you're going to die. How do they know they're dying even before. Sometimes the prognosis is so. This is a very powerful for me. torri very powerful study. And you reminded me of that so you talk about in the book. There was a full year old daughter. Who told her mother that she was going to leave but not to worry because she was going to a very beautiful place. Yes so Again shocking things about. I'm not one for support as i try to write very cautiously and say okay. Maybe the answers this. Maybe this is showing this. This is what i think. But the superlative start coming out. I think when. I'm talking. Because i was just amazed at the quality of the research. I was amazed at the stories themselves. These are not just things you find on the internet but these are often people Working on dissertations or season scientists who are studying this so they're giving these reports and then you just read of these of these children and the things they would say There was one person who is at at yale teaching at yale. Teaching oncology their pediatric oncology and she went into her profession that she describes herself as kind of an atheist. Slash.

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"steve miller" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

"steve miller" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"My website links are in the show notes and you can find the show notes for this and every other episode on my website. My instagram is the past lives. Poke cost with an underscore between each word and on twitter. I am at simon g. pound this week. I'm talking to j steve miller about his book. Deathbed experiences as evidence for the afterlife. Steve teaches in the interdisciplinary studies department at kennesaw state. University is a researcher entrepreneur and speaker having talked audiences from atlanta to moscow. Hi steve. It's really kind of you to come to the podcast. I'm glad to bigger. Thanks for having me so. I wanted to talk to you because i saw your book deathbed experiences as evidence for the afterlife but when you talk about deathbed experiences this book isn't about near death. Experiences is about kind of everything else. Yes well everything else. In the of at the time when a person is actually experiencing their final death and it can be before that during the experience or afterwards but whereas an a near death experience someone has had a heart attack experiences maybe cardiac arrest Clinical death but then comes back from it until about an experience and may live a long life after that i found that there are a lot of experiences surrounding persons final death that not many people were talking about these days so i wanted to explore those and it's interesting because there was the book by william barrett which was nineteen twenty four. You could say if people knew about it then. Why isn't it more known about today. If it's one hundred years that people known about that is a very interesting question. A tremendous amount of research was done on several aspects of beth bed experiences back during that time in the lighting eighteen hundreds particularly in england Also in france got little bit in the united states. But these were surrounding some of our top universities. You got oxford and cambridge and harvard..

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"steve miller" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

07:32 min | 9 months ago

"steve miller" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"It looked like batman. And that's the way the pattern looks on the scale. You learned the blues scale go as far as cords go the shapes are a little more challenging because you only have a little proximity to work with. There's still be some shapes that i could probably it. And i'll probably have to get into that but these are scales are much easier to do because you have a lot more real estate to work with. I wanted to because what you're trying to do is you're trying to take shortcuts and because you don't want to learn the mathematical formula in eerie in order to see how courts are built and where your figures would be able to go to hit those notes in that court it would be the closest proximity to win another tour. Your chord clusters that you go for with your fingers are easily accessible. And that's the thing that you're either avoiding because you're lazy or you just a a little bit of bull going to be honest like so when you say the thing it gets me kind of excited but it also reminds me of an episode of friends where phoebe. She's trying to teach joey how to play the guitar. And instead of saying cord name she says like bear claw or like just like these funny names for all of them said curl your fingers curling fingers and wrist wrist. English is real important to make. It's just like china's for the wrist. English is really the thing that makes the difference between a professional. And somebody. who's just you know banging on guitar at the beach. You gotta really really kinda. I show all that i get into all that stuff camera angles and everything on my instructional. Because i want people to actually see what i'm doing because without having a private lesson we are one on one of somebody you have to really have these close ups. He really to make sure that they're they're following what you're doing you know. Move as otherwise. You aren't will be lost patty dots. I mean you could see the dots. Yes i mean. There's the dots you can see the dots on there. They just look like geometric forms. You know it's like yeah. It's it's not like your hand ready to piece of wood Form in shape. You want to be able to memorize the shapes different types of shapes just like when you flip the burn or do the devil salute yes or down dark shadow puppetry but those are shapes that if you if you get them in your mind then it the work that the association of the site to figure coordination will start. Lock in and you'll start to get it in so I don't know that helps it all. But i mean you're you're gonna have to work really hard at memorising shapes. Yeah and then building your where when you build a shape on those steel strings. Which are like little swedish files that or hurt your feelings. I suggest if you want to build calluses just hold like an equal. Now is hard as it can not not like four it but just like you normally play but just don't play anything. Just sit there and watch tv or you know work on your computer one hand or whatever it just on that string on those strengths for a period of you know twenty seconds when they really start to hurt liftoff you kind of. Don't get him wet of course because you don't wanna do that. Yeah put the code right back on again it. Just hold it and every time you do that you're sending a message brain to send cameras material to be built on the tip of your finger. It actually brings us. Oh all right. Everybody building materials so line sigma damaged. The body is amazing will actually so. That's what you wanna do is make sure you have the calluses and you memorize shapes. Once you do that you'll be okay. So not only. Are you giving guitar lessons. You just given all sorts of fucking lessons to like the core mechanics of music and guitar phenomenal though so i will stop my method because what i was doing was i get pieces of sandpaper in st linden. The wall do that like like a cat just with my fingertips over and over until they're wrong. My fingers are leading mindless era. You just want to you. It's like an officer and always pearl when it becomes irritated by one singular grain of sand. Just want an irritation it. And then eventually you'll end up with with a beautiful perot man. That's that's beautifully spoken. Absolutely love it. That's chinese life. I i am so thrilled that you have spent your time today with us. I mean it has been do awesome tag. You awesome deal ledger. You and i need all the promotion. I hated to stop. But unfortunately i don't have outside of it yet. So we're just doing a teaser. On that but i mean i do have. You can buy my jazz guitar cd on cd baby. It's called new vintage. It's been out for about fifteen years. I come out with any new product. And while i have soft i put out. Put it all together. Because it's real eclectic. But i do that and i need to do that. I need to put out a new cd. But if you want to buy the chance. When it's coming. George benson instrumental smooth jazz. He kind of thing. It's called new vintage and it's on seaney baby awesome mug and i will be. I will say. I will be showing with my guitar at your cabinet in montana. We'll jan not creepy right. No is there jumped out of big tree tree yeah together chainsaws i love. Give him the chance. Though so any last parting words you wanna say viewers anything at all spread. Spread some wealth knowledge anything. I just think that nick in joshua two excellent young men that are doing a great job. But they're you know show here you've taught me a few things about time and and the way that this The sequence in what you're doing all this going to have to start having guests on my youtube channel as well. I've had some big celebrity guitar. Players have agreed to come on and do some interviews and also playing with me. So i'm learning about this zoom and all this other stuff is going I did my first one with guitarlists last week and it was fun. I've never been host before so thanks a lot for teaching me to thanks for having me on absolutely so fun so fun. Yeah so that's kenny. Lewis everyone so right right. Google google and keep on rocking. Hopefully we'll see this fall. With the steve. Miller band coming to your town who don't serve man. I hope you could check. Steve miller band dot com. Your schedule will talk exxon while everyone stay mindless right. Thank you for tuning in to mine morning show. We hope you enjoyed it and we greatly appreciate you guys picking us out of the many great podcasts out there now go enjoy your mindless day..

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"steve miller" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

07:22 min | 9 months ago

"steve miller" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"A camper okay about it a camper nazi that not yet okay. oh this is wait wait wait. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah ooh oh really. Pride could lose. A friend of mine came up to montana and he brought his v. that's right. We were up in glacier national par and for whatever reason he didn't know how to get there in rather than make him have to take a bunch of directions of stuff. I knew how to get there so his son and he sat in the back. And i dro- his rv up into beijing national park to go up to the end of the sun road. And while i was going up there. I misjudged this thing. And i drove it into paul rockwall cana separator thing alongside the road and i came is a real twisty turny rose up there. There were built in the thirties by the wpa. And i clipped the tyre. His fender on a little rock outcropping wall. I blew tyra. Shit his rb. So that's my only minor early rb experiences. I blew a tire glacial Hey well shit yeah forgotten about that. So thanks for remembering you are. That's that's definitely the big reasons. Why do these questions because you know you just never know so. This one is really stupid. So have you ever been bowling and actually let the ball slip behind you. We go to wind it back. No but i have you hamstring. I was with the same gentleman. The bass player that. I took the job and this was after. I'd already gotten a gig in ten shows. You how friendly we are. We were doing gig together in minneapolis. Not a steve miller game but another games was we have another band called the hang dynasty and we were there and we decided to go bowling one night and decided nowhere. And i went out there and i was going to get kind of cocky and having a good time and i did a certain kind of move and i hadn't been stretching this is probably about what to say probably about eight years ago. Something like that okay. Yeah what a long long time ago. But by the they're they're right for you. It'd be a long time ago. I so yeah. I just went to do a really cool little booth and i spread my legs at. It's and all the sudden my hamstring. And i felt i couldn't get up. My hands. string was nonfunctional. So i had to crawl on my hands of ease back over to the area and everybody. What's wrong with you. And i said i think i pulled my string and it was so it was it for the night for me for bowling. Denied never done that thing. But i did go to a club in new york in one thousand nine hundred eighty one when i was auditioning for todd rundgren utopia band and i never been in new york before. They took me to place called. Bowmore in bowl moore was in I think was in washington square and it was upstairs and it was a bowling alley was upstairs and billy and some punks at taken it over or or maybe not punks but it was a rock and roll was before the rock and roll bowling house. They have now which i think. Ramon ace deuce or dominoes. Where the helicopter. I can't remember but anyway this is before then of course new yorker. We says everything. I but not not only wasn't punk rock crowd in there. They had a giant system. Set up on the lanes and it was like blisteringly loud concert level music. All going on and those monks were there with the big peacock mohawks the same in europe. They were and a guy. Did exactly you're talking about. He was so skinny obey. She and he went to go swing back like this. He probably only weighed about one hundred. Twenty pounds right this fall back of an sure enough. He went right back later right on his back and i laughed my answer. That was an interesting bowling. I think the mob might owned because of singapore cards. You're able to fill out the scorecard instead of it saying you know. Brace gambling game you. It was like cocaine acid mushrooms. Heroin i mean you would check off a box in it and you would give that to a guy that would come around to your stall in about fifteen twenty minutes later. They come back with the brown paper bag. And you can put that on your credit card. They'd taken in the front and it was like this was like a total drug. Deal thing going on. It was all jonas corker menu like she's that's incredible experience in new york at a bowling alley called bowl more efforts. Now sure that you can't do that anymore. But i just don't know when the mob or whoever was was doing it and it was like again with me was all both check this fill out. Okay shared up. The bag appeared their words. Could you imagine going bowling alley. Read now where do i get the drugs. You sure that's drugs. Sold -able ashley. Be part of their business and it went on your credit card legit purchase. Yeah nobody saw the drugs because it was an all paper bag staple and it said on there do not open until after exiting the building. A great idea was and it was really terrible. I don't don't do it listeners. A but if anybody knows of a place this right. I mean it was crazy i so then we can jump over to this. Little thing is do you. Do you like carnivals or carnival games. I know a lot of them trying to rip people off. Do i can. I can verify. That wasn't when i was a kid in only had a girl with your some. Yeah you would. You would do that stuff. But i mean we place state fairs. You know from time to time. We haven't done it a couple of years. We played this new york state fair several years ago and it was like i don't know i don't do the game so much anymore. I just go and go to the you know the kiosks where they the leather the the person backpacks and you know our things and whatever but you know in the old days you know. He's still like to do the water. One you know. H have this dream of the tiger with the.

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"steve miller" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

08:42 min | 9 months ago

"steve miller" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"In any type of logging activity. It's funny that you mention that. I've had several. I have a cabinet. But in montana. And i've had several trees up there that i've had cut down and there's another one of mine. Were up the day after. I had to come back off the road and go out with steve they went. They fill the giant of larch tree that was probably a couple several hundred years old. And i have. My friend took a video and it was awesome. Just watch but i have not been around a really big tree being i just. I've missed out every time. Okay something i discount. It reminds me. I saw on mythbusters today so there was somebody who was cutting a tree with a chainsaw. In long previously this tree had been shot with a gun. There was a bullet in there and as he was cutting the chainsaw hit the bullet and launched it enough to actually penetrate kill i. I thought that was crazy. That was like the craziest thing. I've heard nothing. I would have even thought to be possible so definitely be careful anytime. You've never heard that. That's a new. And i would think that that the chain buck out. now i have a story ties. Into the steve miller it evolves chainsaws and sri our love. These questions are former major player. Billy peterson is a great jazz upright bass player but he also plays electric bass and steve did his jazz album. In nineteen eighty seven called born to be blue. I had nothing to do that. Record that rhythm section was the real objective was playing for ben cederin. Who was a keyboard player. Who steve had gone to college with and had written space cowboy with and so they were out promoting that tour and that band got to be the road band for that tour and then the greatest hits cd came out around. Nineteen eighty-seven mediate right when they were doing. And it's so hot cakes and all of a sudden they had to put all the rock songs back into the set. the st was doing jazz tunes. He was doing like willow weep for me and when sunny gets blue and just him. I'm kinds of jazz. Stop and it was like his audience was fine. You're going to get a t shirt and a beer. you know. And so he had to put the rock step back in the show. So you back into the show. And i came back in ninety three. Is i take a break from eighty seven to ninety three while he was doing that rhythm section to raise my first child had with diane so i came back in ninety three playing guitar and around two thousand eight our bass player when atas backyard in minneapolis. It was probably around the end of november thinking and they're always been a couple of freezes but it was probably a nice day and he was up at twelve foot ladder any barna chainsaw from his next door neighbor. It had not sharpened in a while so it was kind of dough chopping limbs out of his tree up on this twelve foot ladder and he hit a big branch and the chain seized up. And it wouldn't cut anymore it's stocked it because the voters rented it but chainsaw and threw him back onto this platforms show ladder and he's up about ten twelve feet. I don't know up pretty high off and so he throws the chainsaw knowing that he needs to get rid of that really fat. Otherwise it's texas chainsaw massacre time you know it's bad and he's trying to get his bounds and he can't get it. He says screw it and he tries to come out of the fall is he has to fall ause so the latter went with him. They tried to roll in abide landing with his feet. Just like you do with a paratrooper thing. Does he was in the military kind of knew this well. The permafrost underneath the ground was frozen up to the right to the service so there wasn't any given the line. It was totally hard so he broke his ankle about four place. We were on. We were on tour. He was just home for a couple of days in decided to just sort of history with this borough chainsaw. Yeah so i'm a bass player. I played bass and guitar on the abracadabra told you really with its demos and even though i'd been steve's guitar player for many many years i played bass on a couple of his records and he had forgotten that i'd played bass so we are in the middle east tour. We're getting ready to go to austin city limits. As a matter of fact what their new moody theater is a matter of fact which we were helping debut and so i had to go over to base the manager and steve said. We'll you gotta play bass now. So i went over to base in the second. I went over to base the drummer and the manager who was also our in house mixer with. Oh my god the pocket. It's so good because you gotta stay on base. So that's how. I got the gig on bass. In the steve miller betas are poor bass player. Who was supposed to be convalescing gig. While i was subbing for him i ended up taking his job unfortunately blessing we're still great friends and we actually own under up in montana cool so we're friends in fact we're doing a gig in july together up there so we're france but he's a jazz player. He actually went back to playing bebop after he left the band. And he he's happier plan what he loves then he was playing all these three chord rock does that he didn't it anyway. So that kind of worked out then. We eventually hired guitar player. Jacob in austin from denmark. Took my job so i got hired and fired on the same day basically or actually i was just subbing for billy. And then when jacob came on the scene and steve decide to hire jacob. He fired nancy guitar. Player and higher be is the bass player that day. That's how i got the base job risk from a chainsaw bucket back off of a tree. These see when i write these questions on. This is stupid but then it happens more than once where the question is dumb but the answer is just perfect. Everything has l. for reason. Yeah got bad about. I mean i didn't really wanna change but it just was. It was kind of a situation where steve was like because he loved guitar player. Love me playing lead guitar. But what i would do it. I'd get standing ovations. And he didn't like that too much so he liked it when i went on base. Because he didn't have to worry about that anymore. Yeah exactly. So that's that's the truth actually sounds sounds about right. It huge question here kidding. Does you refill your scotch or did you wind down or what's going on in your head in my head. I'm i'm doing great my head. No i'm i'm hanging with you guys. I mean it. You know it's up to you. We are going to another walking tonight and it was kind of cold and blustery. I said this served. And i don't usually have a to excuse me a little bit of understandable now no worries no worries us. I said my second kovic. So i might have a little bit. Congratulations s kind of what it does when you get the. Kobe gives you a little bit of the cobra virus and so yes. I'm kinda feeling something dangling kind of like this necklace in my loan. Trying to that out you know so. Hopefully speaking chinese russian scotches just gone anyway. So i i don't drink go out these days. I disabled okay. Okay well we'll keep going through. I didn't. I didn't know i didn't know you run off. Okay okay well then we will keep on doing without a break. And i'll ask you another stupid ass question and it is. What's the largest vehicle you've ever driven. Nothing really big I never driven the tour bus. I have other band members driven tour buses. But not me. I'm trying to think of ever rented an rv. And i don't think i did. I was gonna rent an rv. I never did. I'd say i'd say probably.

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"steve miller" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"steve miller" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"Like a fricken. Hydrant elliott beg of bengal tiger. That not only was kissing her but was spreading his gland as well so it was like this hemi kitty litter hydrant completely. Go peter tiger urine. Watch go down inside story. And i met slim jim in in puerto vallarta mexico. I did a show with my wife. Diane three day festival here in this strike s for there and i met him and i told him about the story and he like. Oh yeah. I think i remember that you know. Of course. he's not what there anymore. But yeah i think i remember the go back to the hotel chains. That take baking soda. But it's kind of like discount. You know i'll read the show. It'd be the big star at the show. You know with their with their stray cats groupie persona that you plan. That was that was a predecessor to go right with this tiger. Okay so now do the show. We do the show. Everybody plays joe. Cocker barely can speak. He was hanging out in the bar with us all the night before. He got so hammered that he came up on stage he couldn't even at soundcheck he couldn't even make eat out of his voice. He was totally dry. No civil we'd going to call a doctor that should be twelve and everything pushed them out on stage. Holy see mainly started saying. Would you say finally got going. That was funny and then we asked you to if they wanted to sit in with us at the end of the night. Of course at that point bono's kind of addicted you didn't wanna like hang out. But he made steve thinking was gonna do it and he says what did he says. Well wants to midnight hour. Let's easy song. We all know that he goes. He goes because you know okay. I can't do irish you know. We'll be case. Whatever you say about it sounds like even anyway. They go for their encore. They do midnight hour on their own. Without steve and the crowd goes crazy goes perfect song in their shetland. Darci with a with them sent with it so he stole the song. From steve's idea couldn't at the end of their so they're liberals took up so they aren't even so he's kind of you go to dublin you hanging out with the locals are they'll tell you the same day mail. No the that muscle. that's why he lives in california. You know so anyone that being said i don't know how you doing He's listening. I was reading that night to anyway. Joe cocker was amdi. So we do this at where in texas bugs are are her monica player norton buffalo as trying to play her monica in the bugs are clogging up the vents inside banging on keychain remote. We're all sweating. Finally we start taking off the touch jackets. Steve didn't take his. He had his tux on the whole time. He was just sweating like a pig. So here we go. We're getting ready to do. The big act with abracadabra goes up the steps to. Here's the deal. The steps are hollow and they're on wheels to and they've slide underneath this box. It's up on stilts. Like i told you which was an you frame so his job was to go up these little steps get inside. It opened the door in an open. Get inside with guitar. Wave at everybody while the song was. We're still playing the group. They shut the drapes. What his job is to open a trap door on the bottom of the cage and crawl down inside these little steps it clearly crunch himself into like field position and get his side this little step thing that had wheels on it and they were supposed to take a robe and pull this little stairwell out from underneath his thing and take it over the side of the state. Just get rid of it real fast because it was going you upstairs. You got inside blah blah blah. The drapes shut. He had about twenty seconds to get inside the stairs and then bring the lid while he was grabbing. Another wire which brought the false wall is there was a false wall that was the whole size of the cage and had about two and a half feet clear in this poor male banker tire. He'll be drugged all day. Who was really pissed off. You'd already pissed on equity in. He's inside this little chambers the back of the game so he pulls that down he drops the door. That's above the sterile. He said and then this thing goes bam. You know this this fake wall. And that's where they were supposed to pull the stereo while a tyner who had been cramped episode only came forward immediately. Went to the front of this thing now. The floor of this cade is made out of plywood. It's not the frame famous steel but the floor is he's got a couple of little pieces of steel across but the whole floor is a piece of marine plywood. It was a pretty good piece of plywood but not good enough to withstand the weight of a seven hundred fifty eight hundred pound bengal tiger pushing down on this. This plywood piece of flooring pushed down on the top of the stairwell. Ins- stairwell got stuck so now they can't pull the stairwell. Steve's the side of it and the tigers steve's in a tux sweats as inside a little box in august in germany. And you know what happens tigers when they give drugs they lose their bowels because it kept and so the tiger than ships and peas all on the floor where the christ trap door doesn't have any weather stripping under this isn't all a piss in those down into the stairwell and now steve nellis trapped alone confined place that he can't get out and he's coming with tiger it's so why they can and now the the guy is free on the guys freaking out. That's the thing is he knows. Something's wrong the magician. He knows it. he's trying to get some roadies. Come out with a crowbar. And he can't spend the thing because he's supposed to be able to spend the thing to show everybody that there's name and steve can escape but it's kinda get blown because this thing is stuck underneath they come with two crowbars. They finally cracked this thing out from underneath. And then they finally steve out and wheel him up. We're still waiting. I'm watching from the side. And i see they open up the top of the stairwell steve pops out like a jack of the mark and he's screaming. He wants to kill everybody. Act stage and at this point. I can't hold it off anymore. I'm gonna have my ass we've just done and it was all because we we had never done even with even with sandbags. We couldn't and this whole because the plywood and tested we didn't know it was going to sag with an eight hundred pound bagel tire. So if you go on youtube. Steeler band abracadabra rock lost nineteen eighty-two. No excuse me nineteen eighty-four you'll see a video of a best of the seat now. You weren't seeing it and things that i saw. But you'll see steve owner the box you'll see the tire. Come out you'll see all that. But i that's the backstory that goes with that that's just one of many stories but.

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03:45 min | 9 months ago

Purdue Pharma proposes $10 billion plan to come out of bankruptcy

"Pharma, The company that makes OxyContin filed its bankruptcy plan last night, And here is the plan, the company itself will be dissolved. A new organization will be created that will direct profits to help people. Hurt by the opioid epidemic. Now, two dozen states immediately rejected this plan to help answer why NPR's addiction correspondent Brian Mann is with us. Hi, Brian. Hey. Good morning, Noel. How did Purdue Pharma described this plan working overtime. Yes. So what the company's president Steve Miller says, is that a new company is going to be created from the ashes of produce farmer that's going to essentially exist to benefit the public. The sack lawyers will have no roller ownership. And over time, this new firm will generate hundreds of millions of dollars, much of it from selling OxyContin, which they say they can do ethically and safely. Will also produce medicines that will go to help people suffering from opioid addiction, and they saved a total value of all that overtime will be roughly $10 billion. Members of the Sackler family also issued a statement late last night, saying, this plan offers and I'm quoting here. An important step toward providing help to those who suffer from addiction. It was clearly thought through. Why did so many states come out and rejected? Offhand? Yeah, there were months of negotiations leading up to this and a big complaint from state attorneys general, most of them Democrats, Noel is that produce farmer and its owners. Seculars. They're gonna only offer of about $500 million, right. At first. The rest of the cash payments, including $4.2 billion promised by the Sackler is themselves. That would be spread out slowly in installments that would be paid over most of the next decade. And that slow pace really angers critics like Maura Healey, she's attorney general in Massachusetts. What the sacristy are offering essentially is a way for the payments to be structured. That makes it convenient for them. They get to keep their billions of bank accounts and make money and use the interest to pay. You know, the state's out over time. Well there OxyContin fortune keeps growing. And there's one other rub here for critics, and that's the fact that a lot of that $10 billion in value that produce farmer talks about it doesn't actually come in the form of cash, which communities really need to pay for addiction programs. And said the plan envisions providing low cost addiction treatment drugs like people, Morphine and the lock zone, which this new spinoff company they hope to create, would make and sell at a discount.

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Purdue Pharma proposes $10 billion plan to come out of bankruptcy

Up First

03:25 min | 9 months ago

Purdue Pharma proposes $10 billion plan to come out of bankruptcy

"Pharma the maker of oxycontin filed. Its long bankruptcy plan just before midnight last night in a federal court right. So here's the plan. The company itself will be dissolved. A new organization will be created that would direct profits to help people who were hurt by the opioid epidemic but two dozen states came right out and they rejected that plan. They say it doesn't hold the sackler family which owns purdue pharma accountable. Let's bring bringing. Npr's addiction correspondent. Brian man Brian what does purdue pharma savings. This plan will do the company's president a he's a guy named steve miller and he says this new company that will be created from the ashes of purdue farmable essentially exist to benefit the public. The sackler will have no role or ownership going forward and over time. This new firm will generate hundreds of millions of dollars much of it from selling oxycontin which they say they can do ethically and safely. They'll also produce other medicines that will help people with opioid addiction. According to purdue pharma the total value over time To thousands of creditors will be billions of dollars and members of the sackler family also issued a statement last night. They said this plan offers. And i'm quoting here. An important step forward helping those who suffer from addiction. Okay but wire so many states unhappy about this a lot of reasons but a big complaint is from state attorney general most of them democrats who say that purdue pharma and its owners the sackler only offering up about five hundred million dollars right up front the rest of the cash payments including four point. Two billion dollars promised by the sackler themselves. All that money would be spread out in installments. Paid over most of the next decade that really angers critics like more healey. She's attorney general in massachusetts. What the are offering essentially as a way for the payments to be structured. That makes it convenient for them. They get to keep their billions and bank accounts and make money and use the to pay. You know the states out over time while they're oxycontin or chin keeps growly and there's another row bay for critics and it's affected a lot of the ten billion dollars in value. Promise by purdue pharma in this deal doesn't actually come in the form of cash that communities desperately need to pay for things like addiction programs in public health instead. This plan would provide low cost addiction treatment drugs like buprenorphine and lock zone which the new spin off company would make and sell at a discount. Then what happens to the sackler here. Because if the federal bankruptcy court approves this plan i mean they feel any personal thing at all. This is a really big question. After launching oxycontin and claiming it was safer than opioids other opioids the sackler and their company hauled in more than thirty dollars in revenue. Purdue pharma has since pleaded guilty twice to federal criminal charges for their marketing of opioids researchers say oxycontin contributed to this explosion of opioid addiction and death. Now the actors have agreed to give up control of their company. But some critics point out that purdue pharma was already sinking under the crush of all these lawsuits. So it's not clear how big a financial sacrifice that really is. Members of the family also added about a billion dollars to the earlier settlement offer. They made but in this deal they will keep most of their personal fortunes and they'll admit no

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OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma pleads guilty to criminal charges

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma pleads guilty to criminal charges

"The maker of OxyContin pleads guilty to criminal charges within two decades after it started marketing OxyContin. Purdue Pharma admitted its tactics contributed to an opioid epidemic blame for hundreds of thousands of American deaths per do pleaded guilty during a video hearing before a federal judge in Newark to conspiracy charges that stem from the companies. Aggressive marketing of OxyContin and other opioid products Chairman Steve Miller conceded during the hearing. Produce failed to account for 1.4 million OxyContin prescriptions written by questionable providers who should have been flagged to the D E a Erin Kotowski ABC NEWS New York

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"steve miller" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"steve miller" Discussed on Pantheon

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Pantheon

18:46 min | 1 year ago

"steve miller" Discussed on Pantheon

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RED 266: The Gift Of Dyslexia

RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

08:35 min | 1 year ago

RED 266: The Gift Of Dyslexia

"You've read my book big podcast heard me mention this girl. Here's the quick and dirty when I was in high school. It was a girl at my church that I really liked. But she was really quiet and I didn't know her well. I just watched her and thought about her thinking she was reading my mind and somehow everything would work out but I did get the courage to call her a few times. Maybe two or three times. I don't know I was so nervous about calling her than I used to. Make flowcharts to keep the conversation going. I would say hello. Is Liz there? Okay if she is there move onto the next flow chart. She's not there. Somebody else picks up the phone. Tell her David called. It was that kind of thing I'll talk to her. Hey Liz it's David. Are you busy Friday? If she says yes ask her about Saturday is she says No. Ask Her if she'd like to see a movie. It was pretty elaborate. Because like I said I didn't really know her and I was so nervous when the great talker that I am now something else I did when I was in high school is I always had a band going. There wasn't really established. Various members coming in and out some people wanted. Some people didn't want it but I always wanted it and I had. This opportunity was a dance or something like dance. Some kind of event at my church and there were different youth groups the youth ministries of these churches. They were all going to come to my church and because I had that insight connection. It's my home field. I got us the GIG. We were going to be the band there so this girl Liz. She was going to be there and that was my big moment and the night came a walked out on the small stage that we set up the drummer. Canada's Click Click Click Click and I nailed it nailed those first chords of the song that we had written and I looked up. And she's there watching me and it was fucking awesome. I'm just kidding that did not happen. In fact what did happen. It was pretty much. The opposite drum went click. Click doom and we struggle through this cover of jungle. Love by the Steve Miller Band and the gig sucked. It went downhill pretty quickly. We managed to get through it and at the end of the night girl needs ride home and my friend. He was trying to be helpful. He was on my side. He said David can take you home. So she got in the passenger seat of my car and getting ready to back out of the parking lot and she said you did good. That was a lie. She lived on the other side of town. And I didn't have my flow chart with me so we just sat there in silence for probably twenty or thirty minutes however it took me to drive her home to the other side of town and that was that it was humiliating. I think even if they had gone well. It still have been awkward for me. There was a specially bad after such a bad night. The next day I got a call wasn't from her. It was from an adult from one of the other churches. Who was there? I met this guy and I think he was calling me because he felt bad for me and bringing this story to say this is happens when you don't prepare you blow opportunities you have people feeling bad for you. You're probably blowing future opportunities. I mean he knows what would have happened. Had I done well. There may be nothing just a high school dance but certainly better than I got that night. Better than I got the next day. You think that going through something like that I would have learned that lesson by now that it is important to prepare. I have not when it comes to live presentations. I still keep things pretty loose. I talked about my ability to do live presentations on this. Podcast talked about having a panic attack on stage some of that. Probably if I want to be honest with myself was because I didn't prepare but here's the irony. That event was the one that I had prepared for the most ever. I had been through that presentation so many times. I was ready a new the slides. I knew the content. It was changing a bit but more or less. I knew the content I could have gotten out there without slides without a script cue cards anything and I still could have gotten through it more or less. I think. Part of the issue of why that didn't work for me because taken aback. When I was doing this Gig or the previous speaking engagements that I've done my inability or maybe preference not prepare. It has caused me to be great on the fly when I'm presenting something. It's not like I don't know it. I'm just not great keeping something word for word when I was a musician. Note for note. My school career was pretty much like that. I learned how to get by based on whit based on skills that I developed because I didn't prepare based on making that forehand that I did have so good people didn't realize that I didn't have a backhand good on the fly. Good figuring out ways around things. Not Great at the brute force that it takes to memorize something or at least. That's what it feels like to me so I had to work around that something. You may know. Maybe you're experiencing this a lot of successful entrepreneurs very successful entrepreneurs have dyslexia Richard Branson great example of this. Why do you think that is? Why do so many successful entrepreneurs way more than the general population have dyslexia? One of the reasons may be. This is just a theory. It is because dyslexia forces you to work around things it forces you to adapt and you take that skill and you learn how to have adaptation to other areas of your life lots of entrepreneurs probably more than the entrepreneurs that have dyslexia have eighty. That's the same thing it forces you to adapt. I may have that. My wife thinks I do. She thinks the inability to focus and that would absolutely explain. Why can't sit down and learn songs or memorize speeches? Like I probably should a side note working in the entertainment industry of known a lot of people with Substance Abuse. Problems alcoholics drug addicts. They the same thing going on. They're very good at surviving. They'll mess things up in one way. Book it so good at covering that thing that they've messed up their extra powerful in another way. You see a lot of alcoholics integrate salesman again. Just a theory. That could come. Because that is their way of coping. And here's my point from telling you all this. All problems. Have their upside. Here's a podcasting one. You're not good at the tech stuff like editing. It forces you to get good at making mistakes or if you're not good editing. You don't enjoy editing. You sit down through a few edits. If you don't enjoy it that will motivate you to get good at delivering your message without editing. That's the big point here when you run into an issue. Look for the good. When something's in your way go through it over it under it blow it up. Go around it. We're in the middle of this right now. You may be affected by this because you are an expert trying to spread a message if you were doing that. Two or three months ago via alive setting. You can't do that right now. Thanks to Cova. Nineteen Corona virus. Whatever you WANNA call it. That is not an option for you. Not Safe option. You know what is an option podcasting? And maybe you're like me. Maybe you know the material inside and out you just need a little bit of motivation to deliver that message in a different way.

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Trump grants clemency to 11 convicts, including Rod Blagojevich

Jay Talking

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Trump grants clemency to 11 convicts, including Rod Blagojevich

"President trump goes on a clemency blitz president trump granted clemency to eleven people convicted of federal crimes pardoning seven of them and commuting the sentence of four others including former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich he was convicted of trying to sell president Obama's vacant Senate seat to the highest bidder yes we have commuted the sentence of rod he served eight years in jail W. BDM reporter Steve Miller fourteen year prison sentence was for corruption conviction including allegations he sold the U. S. Senate seat notoriously saying I've got this thing in its bleeping golden he was impeached removed from office in two thousand nine and twenty ten he was on celebrity apprentice where the star was Donald Trump himself in twenty twelve you went to federal prison on full partners were given the former junk bond king Michael Milken former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik and former San Francisco forty Niners owner Eddie DeBartolo

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Trump grants clemency to 11 convicts, including Rod Blagojevich

Jay Talking

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Trump grants clemency to 11 convicts, including Rod Blagojevich

"President trump goes on a clemency blitz president trump granted clemency to eleven people convicted of federal crimes pardoning seven of them and commuting the sentence of four others including former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich he was convicted of trying to sell president Obama's vacant Senate seat to the highest bidder yes we have computers the sense of rod he served eight years in jail WBBM reporter Steve Miller fourteen year prison sentence was for corruption conviction including allegations he sold the U. S. Senate seat notoriously saying I've got this thing in its bleeping golden he was impeached removed from office in two thousand nine and twenty ten he was on celebrity apprentice where the star was Donald Trump himself in twenty twelve you went to federal prison full pardons were given the former junk bond king Michael Milken former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik and former San Francisco forty Niners owner Eddie DeBartolo junior I'm Jim

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"steve miller" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"steve miller" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"These are the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties Tracy say Georgia the Steve Miller band on sunny.

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Songwriters Hall of Fame 2020 inductees announced

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Songwriters Hall of Fame 2020 inductees announced

"Yesterday we had the inductees into the rock and roll hall of fame and today we get the twenty twenty inductees into the songwriters hall of fame neither one of them will be announced today Steve Miller he's made Boston a regular stop on most recent towards other inductees include Mariah Carey the eyes the brothers Eurythmics Rick Nowels Mickey Stevens seven up to pricing Pharrell Williams and Chad

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"steve miller" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"steve miller" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Five there are a lot of this hour coming up Asia all clean the pretenders news Benatar's Steve Miller and it all began we jump into the ten o'clock hour New Jersey one one point five never mind I got a trampoline for Christmas from Santa Claus so I might as well jump the Jersey giant time is ten it's.

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"steve miller" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"steve miller" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Your campaign. If you're not if you're not in the game at that point, so anybody doing anything raising eyebrows. Or getting credit for being super creative. Direct appeal I've seen, you know, big selling new working dice the order to in exchange for contributions. But all these things obviously almost going to have to spend one dollars five dollars, whatever that's dollar donation. Merchandiser to, to make the AD made the contribution. So I, I under handed yet, but they're out there pushing people and going wide for the slot donations. I can ask you something slightly slightly off subject here since you're in touch with these campaigns. Why is it that New York City mayor build? The Blasios seems to be the subject of so much ridicule. Part of coming out of the city media market. He's a known commodity someone who's got a good bit of a presentation already and, you know, and I think the New York City media market is notoriously rough on their on their politicians and town Steve, Steve Miller senior national correspondent, at the Washington Times quick programming note in the podcast today. In addition, top stories like tornadoes, and flooding in the midwest. A feature about the mixed blessings of receiving a medal of honor, top movie over the holiday weekend, and why you're grilling your burgers incorrectly. You can hear the podcast.

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"steve miller" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"steve miller" Discussed on KGO 810

"One of the things I started to do now on my Spotify account is. My son's girlfriend got a turntable. We were we're in Long Beach for Easter. And we went to classic record store, and I literally could spend the entire day there. And so he wanted to buy his girlfriend an album is what and she loves classic rock. Right. And she's she's twenty something. But she loves that seventies rock stuff. You know? And so I go immediately go, oh, absolutely. Steve Miller band fly like an eagle album. Yeah. And I you know, we're looking I go to the guy. The guy counters probably about my age. Steve Miller learning Steve Miller, Neil takes me over the bump there it is. So he buys out base said, you know, I have a box of albums that. I haven't that have been in a box sealed in a box for eighteen years. I don't have a turntable. So I gave him to his girlfriend. Said here you can borrow the half of them were all stuck together. I go I don't know if these are going to work, and so my son takes to her apartment, and he sends me a picture from above she sitting on the floor with all the albums spread on the floor like looking to and she's taking a she's taking the album out of a sleeve, which is Pink Floyd wish you were here, which is a great album. I got a lot of stories about that album that I won't tell on the air. And it's great. And my wife's like you shouldn't give like I haven't had a turntable twenty barring them. And plus fact with what what it has done to me now is and I've never really thought about this with my Spotify is now I'm searching albums and playing the entire albums, which is such a different experience to the wizard of us. Did I watch it wasn't that the thing like the Pink Floyd the wall like paired up with them? Right now, I have different stories, but let's tell our listeners a story. Joining me on the phone line right now is Michael Paula who is the group manager. At isn't Michael is it is it I o t Mohan. Yes morning. It's a digital and IT for promote Inc. Got it. Thank you, Michael. Joining us this morning. I ran into a guy that I work with when I do television who says to me, hey, let me show you this thing he goes, I just installed this device for Mon to help me. Keep track of if there's ever a leak or anything, and I just had a plumber install. And he thought it was the coolest thing. And he shows me phone, and I'm like, wait a minute. I haven't even heard about this. You're like the tech guy behind the scenes at a TV station. How come I didn't know about this, Michael?.

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Stephen Miller may testify over controversial immigration policy

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Stephen Miller may testify over controversial immigration policy

"Came and Kerry Nadler of the House Judiciary committee wants White House aide, Stephen Miller to testify about the Trump administration's immigr-. Ration- proposals. He heard several weeks ago for whistle blowers. At this Steve Miller came up with this before we heard that as many stores, and privately Steve Miller who seems to be the boss of everybody on immigration or to come before congress and explain some of these policies appearing on CNN's state of the union

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Jussie Smollett to face civil lawsuit over alleged hoax hate crime

The Ray Lucia Show

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Jussie Smollett to face civil lawsuit over alleged hoax hate crime

"Empire. Actor Jason smell. Let will soon be facing a civil lawsuit from Mississippi of Chicago, which is demanding the actor pay for the cost of investigating his allegedly made up story about a racist attack to PPM's Steve Miller. A city spokesman says the law departments now drafting a civil complaint against jesse's Melot for making a false statement to police the city says violating the false statement ordinance. Carries a fine of not less than five hundred dollars and a maximum one thousand dollars plus up to three times the amount of damages. The city's sustains Jesse smell legal team. Couldn't immediately be reached to respond to Chicago's lawsuit

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"steve miller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"steve miller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"See again, I love the fact that he's not picking, you know, the main songs off of that. Let that go down on rich. Thanks, man. Thanks. Yes. Makes bringing back nothing fancy album. Good stuff. John joining us. Hello, john. Hello, john. Oh, I was thinking about Steve Miller. Jeter liner. What's what lyric within that? To all my friends at home goodbye to true. True. Tom. No way. Dude, man. You. What I love is that, you know, in a innovations people just seeing into it. And that's the way it should be man. It's music. It's good music. Live. Get to. That's great. Traveling one time, I got bumped off a flight in Seoul Korea. I kept one I tried. I sat for twenty six hours in that airport. Okay. Kept coming on and on and on and on the radio. Just what you need twenty six hour. Layover a John. Thank you for Sharon Bodie. Appreciate your listening and finally David in Carmichael. Hello, david. Neither david. David. David. Oh. Yeah. I'm here. Okay. What you got? Okay. I got today's weather. Brought this song the mind and the lyrics. Old cop young cop. He'll all right on a warm fan. Tell you what we're out of time. But we'll play it coming back. Pat, wall show, NewsRadio KFB Sacramento's news,.

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Grammy Awards: Performances, winners, highlights

Nick Digilio

11:20 min | 3 years ago

Grammy Awards: Performances, winners, highlights

"I will say this about the about the about the Grammys. It was long. I mean long it started at seven. And it ended at a quarter to eleven. Oh, yeah. That's yeah. That's really long. Yeah. And you the know you had your e. Red carpet, which I think started around noon. The get gets Seacrest out there. And there's you know, they're they're out there for three hours before the before the show so long. It was a long long night for all the people who were there. The overall. I mean, like I said earlier the Grammy's really is. Not like other award shows in that they're mostly concerned with the performances not so much, you know, the awards themselves. They only hand out a few awards during during the Grammy's mostly it's about. It's about the performances and there were there was a ton of performances on the on the show. Some were good some weren't. Like, I said for me the best performance of the night. With brandy Carlisle. Who I really like a lot. And I thought her I thought she gave the best performance. And and of course, you had you had your tributes there. Diana Ross turned seventy five and she did she did your basic Diana Ross over the top performance. And. Herger grants her grandson introduced her and he's nine and he's got like an incredible head of hair. He was he was real. He was really he was really very very funny this kid, and then there was a tribute to Dolly Parton, which was great because Dolly Parton. That's that's the one that. I I really wanna go back and watch. Yeah. It's it's you definitely should because. Between her and Cyrus working together. And then. Her singing the song called red shoes? I just you know, I mean, I love I love Dolly Parton. She's she's phenomenal. So but overall, I I mean, I did think it was way too long. And you know, they were cutting their speeches. Who people would get up there? And when they're when they're award, and then they were just like really blasting the music and cutting the speeches. Which at that point. It's like at this point man, the show is like four and a half hours long. But are we? What are you? What are you worried about the speeches for so? But yeah, I mean here are some of the winters are, you know, some of these winners are were surprising. I think. So like, for instance, record of the year went to this is America by childish Gambino, which I'm thrilled about because I love childish Gambino. But Donald Glover wasn't there. That was the that was the disappointing thing. It was like, you know, they want some major awards. One record of the year and run one song of the year. So those are two major major awards Donald Glover wasn't there. So this is America one song of the year at one record of the year album of the year went to golden hour by Casey muss graves. Who I was not very familiar with. But she's good. Best new artist went to do a leaper best solo pop solo performance went to JoAnne. Where do you think you're going by lady Gaga? Best pop duo or group performance went to shallow by lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, by the way, lady Gaga's performance was weird. I mean, she's she is a bit of a weird. Performer in general. But. It was very intense and crazy. She was wearing a weird civil know like a glittery jumpsuit and making all kinds of weird faces and stuff, and I just was I was the little I was a little confounded by her by your performance. And I really liked the song. I mean, obviously shallows a terrific song. And it's probably going to win an Oscar and a couple of weeks for her. But yeah, she and Bradley Cooper got the got the award for best pop duo or group performance. Best pop album went to sweetener by our 'Grande, Ariana GRANDE day, best rock performance with when bad. Does goodbye. Chris cornell. Chris cornell. How did he have a backlog of of new material is that what the deal is? That's that's got to be. Yeah. What happened there? Yeah. Well deserved. Well. Yeah. Mean he was the best deserved. Best rock song went to miss education. By Saint Vincent. Best rock album from the fires by Greta van fleet. Best alternative music album was colors by Beck. Best R&_B performance best part by her. Best urban contemporary album. Everything is loved by the Carter's best Rb album her by her. Best rap performance. Kings, dead Kendrick Lamar. And bubbling, by Anderson pock, or pack Anderson pack. Best rap song to God's plan by Drake. Best rap album went to invasion of privacy by Cardi B. So I have a question for you. Would you truly consider Drake a rapper? Yeah. I just feel like he just talks over. Yeah. No. He's a rapper. He's a rapper has never. I just never hear wrapping when I compared to like, I get he's different in an hands down mad respect to him for being different standing out everything. I just compared to everything else that's out there. I just never think. It's. And he's Canadian. Oh, wow. So best music video went to this is America, childish Gambino, man. Donald Glover, man. Yeah. When in some serious stuff that video rules. It was awesome. Yeah. Or the song is amazing to chose Gambino. Hey, you know, weird Al yankovic wanna wanna Grammy? That's that's too now for squeeze box the complete works of weird Al yankovic, which is best boxed or special limited edition package. So at one for the packaging. Yeah. I like that. Yankovic? What was it was it last year was the first time you want one? Two years who years ago, but it, but it took that long. Yeah. How did how did weird Al not? How did he not have a granny? I have no idea. How does he have a room full of Grammy's? So I don't know. You know, you know, they get so many weird categories. This is the thing about the Grammys is that there's like seven thousand awards they only hand out about six of them on the show, but there's like a million awards here. Best compilation soundtrack for visual media. What that went to the greatest showman. Best soundtrack for visual media, Black Panther. That one has my vote, but I'm a marvel fan. Yeah. You know, the music the music for Black Panthers. Great. I think you know, what for all those marvel movies? The scores have been awesome. Yeah. Just really outstanding. Let's see best country song went to space cowboy Casey muss graves. I'm assuming that's not the. It's not the Steve Miller song. I would I would imagine. Best traditional pop vocal album. My way by Willie Nelson. Best country duo group performance. Dan shea with tequila. So the the those guys performed those guys performed last night. Did they? Yeah. And I don't even know. I like, here's here's another thing. Whenever I watched the Grammys or or like music awards and stuff, especially the MTV, which I don't even try to watch anymore. The MTV video music awards because I feel like I'm one hundred and six years old. I have no idea who anybody is. Like when I was watching. I was watching the Grammy's last night. I'm like, I have no idea that is I've never heard this song before in my life. Deli part partner, Diana Ross word Sam smokey Robinson. I knew that. But yeah, you know, a lot of a lot of the stuff. That's like, you know, younger. I don't I dunno. Shawn Mendez guy. He was okay. He performed I believe he performed again. I think that was also with Miley Cyrus. Yeah. It was that was what Miley Cyrus to. She was all over the place last night. I try to be as open minded as possible. But I just do. I just like for the most part. I just kind of sit on my couch, and I don't I don't recognize anybody. I don't know who these people are so three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number if you'd like to to join us. If you watched what did you think what did you guys think of the the ceremony? What did you guys think of? Of the performances because there were a lot of performances. Let's see best is ain't got bluegrass. You've got traditional blues guy won the blues is alive. And well. Best spoken word album. Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter got himself a Grammy. Best music film. How is that? When did that become a category? I don't know. But I like it best music film. And I don't see. Wait a minute. I feel like Bowie's Quincy. From Quincy jumps before before. I heard that. I just would have gone with bohemian rhapsody. But yeah. Say. So. Yeah. And then also last night were the Bastas. Those are the British film awards. They were handed out as well at the same time. But I ended up watching the Grammys ex. I basically forgotten that the Baptist were. We're we're being handed out. That's why Bradley Cooper wasn't at the Grammys. Someone lady Gaga got up to to accept their award for their group or

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"steve miller" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"steve miller" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Well, in addition to album of the year, you also have nominations for two of the songs on the album space cowboy and butterflies now the chorus of space cowboy has such clever turn of phrase offering to give your voices face. But not quite the Steve Miller space cowboy that clever songwriting has always been kind of a hallmark of country music. How did that spin on space cowboy come about? And how did the whole song come together? Well, the song part of the chorus. And I guess the crux of the core is kind of came to me whenever I was out at the horse barn one day. And I was with my writing teacher names, Laurie and cheese who like she's literally the definition of a hoot lake. She's really just this like outspoken, but like salt of the earth person, I she's just a very special person in my life, and she takes care of my horse when I'm gone and. And I dunno. She's just like a soul mate, you know, kind of. And I just really love her. But we were out at the barn Wedneday. And there was this stallion conscious like going nuts in this arena and auto maybe had been like pinup day or something, but he was like galloping from one into the other. And it was like kinda freaky. I was like, okay. Like he needs to rein it back a little bit turn it down to maybe three. He's at he's at a fifteen right now. And it's kind of scary. And he came bolting kind of towards where I was and I was on the other side of the fence or whatever. But she said something it like really, I don't know. I wrote it down after she said it she said something like move back girl. You know? I was like I was like it's all good the gates closed, and she's like there. She's like Honey if they wanna go they're going to go, and there ain't no sensitive in closing the gate like you'd better get out of the way. Basically what she's saying? I could apply to many areas in my life. So I wrote that down, and I just kind of sat with it for a second. And a few days later song came in stages viewed as later I got on the treadmill? So they can't say, you know, it's not good for you know, it's good for more things than just working out. Yes. So I step on the treadmill? I'm you know, I'm thinking, and for some reason the words space cowboy popped in my head, and I thought ooh vehicle song. But like, how would you kind of flip it around make you know, a little bit like unexpected. And I wrote that down and then a few days later, I got with Shane McNally and Luke Laird, and I said, I have these kind of things are kinda wanna write the song called space cowboy, but it's like Speight you can have your space Hama com. Cowboy. I love punctuation. I love punctuation. I'm such a nerd, and it really nerves and people don't care about in a lot of people don't care professional writers that I don't care. It's bizarre. Like, maybe as an OECD thing. But like I have to feel like a half to use the right?.

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"steve miller" Discussed on X96

X96

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"steve miller" Discussed on X96

"Also on this day. Fellow Adam Carson was born. In the band AFI. Well, we we we thought about that one. Okay. But but you went with just because of a deep dive on this day on this day. David denny. American rock guitar player from the Steve Miller band. So so he stood behind Steve Miller. Well, Steve Miller played guitar. No. But he played. So I thought it's famous. Yeah. Steve Miller started out. Way in the sixties being just the psychedelic his first album was called children of the future. Really? Yeah. And it was about as acid induced rock album that he's kind of scary. Yeah. I mean, he was a he was a an an acid rock guy. You know, something of Steve Miller retreat, I have seen Steve Miller back when they used to do oldies fast and Franklin Covey field fence, I was huge into that music. And I had one tickets, but I was only allowed to sit in the seats. Right. You had to pay. Fancy the restraining orders. So me and a buddy you went to Steve hop the fence and ran with a bunch of other people who then rushed the field. And then pressed her way all the way to the front. So that we could see joker joker front row. Yeah. Eh Franklin Covey field. I also saw a lot of old lady. Boop. Lots of old lady. All the way out low labour just like a of swinging beanbag old lady boob. Was there was a lot of people that really didn't care what they look like. Yeah. Couldn't tell what they were to be more. Nope. Because they'd stretched. Yeah. But a fun time. All right..

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"steve miller" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"steve miller" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Dell had to turn to somebody anybody trusted one person and go come on. Have to do this again Roger Goodell this on himself? You sure you wanna make Matt Ryan the MVP because I know I sat on TV for about a month. And I said not Matt Ryan Tom Brady finished with four hundred sixty six yards and still Giselle Blanchette. Thanks, boys and girls, you can listen to new and archived episodes of the Tony Kornheiser show on the iheartradio app. Now a year in rock spotlight. Nineteen seventy-three. The Rolling Stones are back on top with a number one album in the US and the UK and animal and single, Angie. Let's get it on as a number one single and album for Marvin Gaye also in August of seventy three Stevie Wonder is back with the number four album Inner, Visions and Florida banned Leonard Skinner released their debut album had a top twenty hit you three and tour opening with a who. October where on their album the Steve Miller band. Rock sound born. Joker. Listening to radio for more from nineteen Seventy-three coming up. Again. Learn more at mass right to repair dot org. Right to repair Phoebe in the middle. W R K L. Hey, look, I gotta be honest lightning. This is this is a high energy song. I forgot about this one and five this is of all of their songs did they even play this. Actually this. Okay. Something just clicked with me. I I had a lightning outy moment or moment. Mick Jagger, often performed shirtless. And this is actually when the shirt came off. So I think it was an image to Mick Jagger. Say I think I think you'll like President Trump's Adam LeVine playing five dimensional chess. Yeah. That.

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"steve miller" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"steve miller" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Accept your limitations in you'll reach train quilty just through your emotions beneath. Says philosopher, Marcus, really. Also word that you would use to describe somebody who is indifferent or Darren stoic Q stoicism is the that's what we're looking for you. Darren for bonus point. Can you name the original song or artist? I I'm maxed out with stoicism. So. No, I know still overwhelmed by that. Me and Bobby McGee. Will there's a temple. There's a statue. There's a lighthouse second statue. Pyramids still here. This gardens a muzzle. Liam, it's too bad. You can't see. Six of them have gone away. Darren that's seven wonders of the world. Yeah. That's right. Great. Correct. There's a bonus point for you. If you. We're the arm. I feel like I can sing some of it. But I can't get there. I can sing a little bit of a to you sounded great. That was the joker by Steve Miller. Here's your next month. Words so passe. Talion did convey. Torey? Don't sound much lack good comedy. Dante's inferno. Doodoo name. Darren. About is good as my karaoke gets too. So no, I can't name so close so close you're going to be I have been all night. Purple haze Jimi Hendrix. This is your last clue. Illnesses in categories. Chop the world about the scope of disease. Fodder. Medicine's building. I could tell they had ride. No name it for me. I guess it's nice day road now named it for me. Singing Sam Hippocratic oath. Yeah. That's right. I know it bonus point for the song or artist. I love rock and roll. Joe joe? Well, done the two of you that was a hard game. And you did great. Congratulations on after two games. Darren is moving onto our final route..

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