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"steve rebel" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Fuck up. It was New Year's eve disco hitmaker now Rogers and his sheep. Bam Aide Bernard Edwards Threaten House apartment. A couple blocks away from the studio fifty four fucking around the tars totally dejected angry Doorman Mark. Benecke for not letting them by the velvet rope into the studios much-hyped tighly exclusive New Year's Eve party to make matters worse. Nyland Bernard just going to the club party. They were going on business to me with grace. Jones discuss producing next album. So in effect there were standing up and fucking business in the process. They banged under. Qatar is in between of warm champagne street from the bottom fuck up. They were messing around channeling. Their Anger Benecke at seaview ballots studio fifty four house disco built while disco. Music was being built part by now and Bernard fuck off the more they played more became clear that the sound of what they're messing around with was actually sounding pretty good as they dug in. Fuck off soon. Organically morphed into freak God freakout just like that. Sheikh created a disco anthem. Born out of Studio Fifty. Four is ridiculous exclusivity. She's the freak. Go on to sell seven million copies and hit number one on the billboard. Hot One hundred. The first song to hit number one three different times over its lifespan. Twenty five total weeks on the chart now. Rogers and Mark. Benecke are now friends. No doubt because marks actions led to the creation of sheets massive hit in part the success of the three. Let's now rogers. Becoming an in demand producer. And a working with Madonna David Bowie not to mention the untold. Millions of dollars the track generated for songwriters and the millions were stacking up elsewhere as well in an interview in New York magazine in Nineteen Seventy seven on the success of Studio Fifty Four. Steve Rebel told the magazine. Only the Mafia does better that set off alarms at IRAS headquarters. Clearly rebel was joking about the amount of money. The club was making but the joke must've been rooted in some sort of truth everyone knew especially. Irs agents how notorious the nightclub business was for skimming. It was a cash business so it was easy. Skim money off. The top of the nightly take not reported to the federal government and thus not pay taxes in business taxes in nineteen seventy seven or a robust forty eight percent. The IRS suspected rebel was screwing uncle of serious coin. So they got to work. Rumor was the. Irs had a plant a snitch. A disgruntled employee irregular. Someone disrespected angered by. Steve rebel. Someone Steve Treated like either dress down in front of others kicked out of the club but more than likely refused to let pass the velvet rope matter either way. The SNITCH was pissed anger to being treated like shit and so he told the irs everything he knew the drugs mouse cocaine endless supply of quite lose. Steve kept it in his office. Kept the hidden away. In various spots around the club kept drugs on and especially when he had his big frumpy winter coat on then he was definitely holding in more than drugs. The coat was big enough to stash stacks of cash as well cash. Steve would hand out to friends. Warhol's especially but would also used to bring back to his eastside apartment where worry at close to nine hundred grand in small bills and it's constant. It's safe Ian. Schrager sees business partner was rumored to be driving around the city with four hundred grand cash in his trump in manage the nightly. Take it most who worked at studio fifty four new every night at midnight the receipts and the cash registers switched the cash register receipts from the earlier. Part of winning would account for one set of financial books and the Cash Register receipts from the Second Party would account for a second set of financial. Trump's two sets of books. The Ian Schrager kept meticulous records when federal is rated studio fifty four in the morning of December fourteenth. Nineteen seventy eight. The book stay on Earth in the raid. Made clear to them that. On average Steve rebel Ian Schrager. Were skimming about seventy thousand dollars a night over the course of a year and a half all in they take two point five million dollars the top into their pockets tax free. In addition to seizing records ages also sees trash bags filled with cash from the basement and five ounces of cocaine Steve rebel was arrested that day. He Andy and hired high profile attorney. Roy Cohn a bowl of lawyer former attack dog for the Red Baiting disgraced Wisconsin Senator Joseph McCarthy in future mentor to the aforementioned Queens Real Estate Developer in future President Donald J trump. Roy Cohn did not fuck around. He dug in and began to fight for Ian. And Steve Steve Rebel perhaps inspired by Roy Cohen's notoriously aggressive tactics with the press in his most egregious. Active hubris decided. It was a good public relations strategy to accuse. White House Chief of Staff Hamilton Jordan of using cocaine in the basement of the studio earlier that year that about sealed Steve the fate the Hubris the elitism the success. Steve Ian Studio Fifty four the high profile crime in court case where in the papers almost every day by the time the Sun came up on the Party of the Nineteen Seventies New Yorkers Americans. Frankly they were pissed off and tired of the elitist bullshit celebrities embezzlement designer drugs. These were High Society East Coast League problems for a culture. That was bending toward Ronald Reagan. Conservatism in an idealized regressive notion of what America should be it was shot and Freud when the judge gave Steve Rebel and Ian Schrager three and a half years in federal prison for corporate and personal tax evasion. A sentence that was ultimately reduced due to the duo's participation in helping the government convict four other New York City club owners competitors studio fifty four. What a swell couple of guys. The studio remained open under new management and eventually new ownership. When Stephen Ian went to jail in nineteen eighty but effectively with their departure and the turn of the decade. The party was over. Disco began with the spirit of inclusiveness a music and culture that encouraged in celebrated individuality a culture that was welcoming. No matter where you came from. Or what your identity was male female Gay Straight Trans Drag Rich Poor young old. It didn't matter you were welcomed so long as you were welcoming yourself. Studio fifty four embodied the spirit of disco and a lot of ways but not for everyone that was the irony. Steve rebels exclusive velvet rope policy smacks of elitism and led to not only the demise of studio fifty four but of disco as dominant cultural forests as well nineteen eighty nine. July a loft in downtown Manhattan the remnants of a dinner party turn cocaine pre-game turn night out at the club with more coke turned after party back the loft for it all started with more lines grass to take the edge off early morning hanging out semi famous. Dj's stockbrokers a street artist in Grace Jones still naked a decade plus days at Studio Fifty four smoking at joint in the corner. It's a relatively chill seeing despite the better part of the evening being in the rear view too high to go home too tired to do much of anything but wait on the son. Steve rebel is sitting alone on the SOFA. He's frail ten years removed from his heyday studio fifty four his life since a prison term acquit career. Resurgence upon his in Ian Schrager is release new clubs and hotel ventures and then the Gut Punch Reality AIDS. Steve was positive. Hiv and on that night the night he effectively escaped Beth. Israel Medical Center Party. He looked like death knowing that the writing was on the law then he only had a few days left to live. Stephen Been Drinking heavily in taking whatever drugs were put in front of and now the coughing wouldn't stop much to the annoyance of the other guests in the Loft Steve It in. Steve knew he had to get back to the hospital through the fits of coughing. He tried to make the dial on the rotary phone work. But no luck whenever he gets bony little finger into the hole the spin. The dial he'd start coughing again violently ended up to start all over. The coughs worst thunderous despite coming from such a frail man in seemingly endless and driving the others in the loft distraction to annoyance. Steve tried to dial again more coughing. No dice again more cops. Steve's hacking was now drowning out not only the conversation but the music coming with Stereo soon. He was likely to start waking the neighbors. Something had to be done. The owner of life took it upon himself. Let Steve rebel. No he wasn't welcome..
"steve rebel" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"On a sofa in his bathrobe. Champagne bottle dangling from his hand Margaret Trudeau. Linda Ronstadt hanging off of so Brian. O'neal sweating subterranean sex appeal and Steve rebel hanging off of his. Every word. In the mattresses there were set off to the side. Makeshift cubicles for privacy. If the drugs allowed and if the blow didn't blow your top news didn't cut down sized to steal away for quick robbed. During the daytime. The basement was largely avoided by studio fifty four staff but one morning avoiding the effects of last night's party was no longer option. The smell was too much too strong. The doorman money counters could barely go about their business. They swore a stray animal. I climbed in and got trapped the scent of rot was seeping in through the air vents. Reluctantly Steve had the air vents inspected what they found was rattling inside the basement. Ceiling air vents. A dead man shunned from the velvet rope too many times to count he dawn. His tux decided to sneak in studio fifty four through the air. Vent something jammed. Among who knew how long you've been trapped in there screaming in horror competing with the blasting music the funhouse laughter and the constant Ecstatic Din and Of Hedonism he was dressed to the nines dressed for the party. A party. He'd never attend dead in the air. Van Steve Freeze the sigh of relief. The Air van. Not The drywall. No need for the sledgehammers no need for poking around and potentially exposing what was hidden near feet from the dead man in the ceiling rows and rows of cash the skim hundreds and hundreds of thousands of dollars hidden away from the irs right there in the rafters and crawlspaces Studio Fifty. Four.
"steve rebel" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Again straight ahead. Steve rebel on KIRO. Kiro radio in Seattle Seahawks. Vikings twenty one to seven. So what does this mean for the Packers? Well, actually a lot because she out will help solidify the standing is the number five seed in the NFC playoffs. So Packers fans don't have to worry about that team anymore. There are four other teams. Besides the Packers themselves, of course that fans should worry about including the Vikings. They are still the number six seed, but they're just a half game in front of the Panthers. Redskins eagles and Minnesota is a full game. Plus a tiebreaker head of the Packers. So what does that mean the Packers after went out the Vikings still have to lose two out of their last three games and the Panthers Redskins in eagles lose? At least once simple stuff. Releasing. Going to hold off on January plans, but it'd be nice that stranger things have happened stranger things stranger things have happened. But not many stranger things. Eighteen WTMJ. I've been in heating and air conditioning business my whole life. And it was the first time I'd heard it Hans called in on a blistering, cold Maury, and in a strong German accent, he told me as ferns link kaput it caught me off guard. I chuckled a bit. But we got a man on the red Dan out there right away. And of course, we took care of him. This is Greg Smith of quality heating when your air conditioning goes kaput. There and see the man on the red van. Thank you. This is Greg Smith of quality heating over here. American quality means something.
"steve rebel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Up as seventies disco because it's so easy to do. It is fun. Okay. So I wanna give a shout out to Linda, she's been a long time. Friend of the show. And she reminded me that studio fifty four the documentary opens here at the lagoon today. Finally, finally been waiting hearing about this document. Inferno. The director of the movie is the same guy who did Scotty and the secret history of Hollywood that has yet to open in the twin? I want to see that movie I documentary about Scotty Bowers. We read his book. He was he honor show. I didn't do interviews. He. Okay. Yeah. Ms somebody's speaking four. Yeah. But we did read that book. So it's the same director. So here's here, Richard Roeper. This is from the Chicago sun times, this is his review. So it starts out. Michael Jackson is nineteen or twenty. He's wearing an electric purple suit and an afro ads at least a foot to his height. He enters the cramped office of studio fifty four nightclub owner Steve several as a television. Journalists is interviewing Steve. Hi, Michael come on in. This is Jane Polly. Okay. So. In Jane asks Michael Jackson, while he's at the Kirby said, I'm ready to have good time. It's where you come. When you want escape it's escapism and forty years after studio fifty four blaze like a comet across the nightclub landscape. We get an energetic colorful, all reminder of what was arguably the most famous and infamous American establishment of its kind. Sure. Okay. It's gossipy, but well researched. Again, this is Richard Roeper towards it's fun. And it's campy is sometimes soberi and occasionally melancholy and Steve and Ian Schrager met at Syracuse university. Syracuse and they did a couple of things before they launch this studio fifty four in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven in this huge space that used to be home to CBS studios for game shows, what's my line in the sixty four thousand dollar question. Not know that I know I didn't know that either and as journalists Bob cello explains. In the movie gay cubs were the first to have the discriminate, but disco was black music, and it came out of black clubs the beautiful models would go to the gay clubs with the designers and the hairdressers in the makeup artists in the straight guys would wanna meet the models. So they would go to those clubs in it. All started blending at studio fifty four and. Nile Rodgers I guess is in the movie said it was the first time people were non-judgmental. Everyone was welcome. Even though was a tight rope. A about Nile Rogers the song freak out was based on him waiting in line of duty. Oh, fifty four and he couldn't get in. Hey. Changed it to freak out. But it was really something. I remember that in the lead up to this movie in it. And I guess there's a dazzling array of black and white stills in color film footage. Giving us a front row seat to the madness. From the drawings who lined up every night hoping to get past the velvet rope to the endless Prater celebrities from Bianca Jagger to LIZA Minelli to share determined Capote verifies at Warren Beatty. Andy Warhol, Diana Ross. And then they did all these lavish production numbers that looked like something out of a Hollywood studio musical near footage of that. And I guess a New York magazine interview like six months after studio fifty four Steve rebel bragged said only the mafia does better, but don't tell anybody. December fourteenth nineteen seventy eight when the IRS raided the club. And despite the fact, they had thirty seven attorneys fighting on their behalf. Oh my gosh. They both wound up serving almost two years in prison. Yeah. In Schrager is still alive seventy two and he sat down for extensive interviews with filmmakers, and as honest and straightforward as he looks back at the highs and lows so to speak and Steve rebel data at forty five from aids related complications. But he's very much a dominant presence and their ridge studio for fifty four only lasts thirty three months. That's crazy. And it really clad in triggers sitting down because I think he's a really talked about this time in his light o- on the record on camera. Yes. Basically lived a different life. I want to say, maybe he's a real estate developer. Yeah. I think he's gonna tell us. Yeah. And so so that is playing at the lagoon as Richard Roeper from the Chicago sun times gave it three zero to four stars. But I mean, if you love disco, and you love your love. And then Pete six had a really interesting story did an interview with this woman named JoAnne Horowitz, a gal from Long Island, and I guess she is in the movie and. She said it was nineteen seventy seven I was fresh out of college. I went on a date with a guy working at it chanted garden, which was a famous queens nightclub where people were discussing things like. Saturday Night Fever. She went dancing with her date. And then she met his boss, Ian Schrager who started talking about this club. He was opening in the city, and they got all stressed out. How can we bring media tension to this midtown club in this old CBS studio, and she was fresh out of college? And she was the secretary to the head of public relations. Universal picture perfect. I found I told the end I get the industry publication called celebrity bulletin rumored, nineteen seventy seven people it tells you where the star stars they're saying give me two hundred invitations and all send them out. And she said I used universal stationary to write the letters. And that was the maker break moment. She hand delivered the invitations Henry rink Winkler came to open the night, she invited share were. They were all seeing Ted. I said oh my God. Meanwhile, I knew nobody personally then share round up on the cover the New York Post the next stayed after the the next day Ian wanted to make a deal. The deal was a sliding scale fee that she negotiated with them for any celebrities. She got in the club and in the papers. So so you're still own a Michael Jackson. I would get paid to fifty each got the covers of the post through the daily news a hundred and fifty inside people magazine got to fifty same for time or Newsweek if I got items and Liz Smith's column, I also got paid I hustle my butt off and still own and Michael Jackson became friends of mine, but still longer photographed with his girlfriend wife, and then he was mad at me for almost the next two years. She was at the club every single night. So she was the first celebrity Wrangler. If you will she would dance with Michael Jackson, she wound up dating his brother. Jackie for awhile. Did David Bowie became a studio. Fifty four regular. As a result of her wrangling as Brooke Shields, Dan Ross verifies at rhino. Neil. Alice Cooper, all.
"steve rebel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Hey. Any change. But it was really something. I remember that in the lead up to this movie. He's in it. And I guess there's a dazzling array of black and white stills in color film footage. Giving us a front row seat to the madness from the throngs who lined up every night hoping to get past the velvet rope to the endless pratice celebrities from Bianca Jagger to LIZA Minelli to share determined Capote verifies at Warren Beatty. Andy Warhol, Diana Ross. And then they did all these lavish production numbers that look like something out of a Hollywood studio musical near footage of that. And I guess a New York magazine interview like six months after studio fifty four Steve rebel bragged said only the mafia does better, but don't tell anybody December fourteen thousand nine hundred seventy eight when the IRS raided the club. And despite the fact, they had thirty seven attorneys fighting on their behalf they both wound up serving almost. Two years in prison. Yeah. Intrigue is still alive seventy two and he sat down for extensive interviews with filmmakers, and is honest and straightforward as he looks back at the highs and lows so to speak and Steve rebel data at forty five from aids related complications. But he's very much a dominant presence and their ridge studio for fifty four only lasted thirty three months. That's crazy. Really clad in triggers sitting down because they think he is really talked about this timing is light o- on the record on camera. Yes. Basically lived a different life. I want to say, maybe he's a real estate developer. Yeah. I think he's gonna tell business. I think he is. Yeah. And so so that is playing at the lagoon as Richard Roeper from the Chicago sun times gave it three zero to four stars. But I mean, if you love disco, and you love you're going to go, and then Pete six hundred a really interesting story an interview with this woman named JoAnne Horowitz, a gal from Long Island, and I guess she is in the movie and. She said it was nineteen seventy seven I was fresh out of college. I went on a date with a guy working at it chanted garden, which was a famous queens nightclub where people were discussing things like Saturday Night Fever. She went dancing with her date. And then she met his boss, Ian Schrager who started talking about this club. He was opening in the city, and they got all stressed out. How can we bring me tension to this midtown club in this old CBS studio, and she was fresh out of college. And she was the secretary to the head of public relations at universal picture perfect. I found I told the end I get the industry publication called celebrity bulletin. Remember, nineteen seventy seven people. It tells you where the star stars you're saying give me two hundred invitations and all send them out. And she said I used universal stationary to write the letters. And that was the maker break moment. And she hand delivered the invitations Henry rink Winkler came to opening night, she invited share. She knew where they were all seeing. Oh my God. Came. Meanwhile, I knew nobody personally then share wound up on the cover the New York Post the next state after the then the next day, Ian, wanted to make a deal of the deal was a sliding scale fee that she negotiated with them for any celebrities. She got in the club and in the papers. So so vast you still own a Michael Jackson. I would get paid to fifty each if they got the covers of the post the daily news a hundred and fifty inside people magazine and got to fifty same for timer knees. Newsweek, if I got items and Liz Smith's column, I also got paid I hustle my butt off and still own and Michael Jackson became friends of mine, but still got photographed with his girlfriend, his wife, and then he was mad at me for almost the next two years. She was at the club every single night. So she was the first celebrity Wrangler. If you will she would dance with Michael Jackson, she wound up dating his brother Jackie for a while. David Bowie became a studio. Fifty four regular as a result of her wrangling as Brooke Shields, Dan verifies at rhino. Neil. Alice Cooper, all the CASA Blanca agency models, including Cheryl teams, she made it happen. Yeah. She said people offered me everything to get improper square coke. And I don't even drink. And so anyway, and she flourishing she still works in the movie business today with putting getting stars on red carpets. And she's a talent manager fantastic. Yes. I can't wait to see it. He's at now, you got to pay the celebrities to show up that was an hour was forty one years ago. We'll be back one everything sentences. Take on his ties to test me. I ate his Mitha with some father be nice. Entertainment. Hey, everyone..
"steve rebel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Heartbreak imprisonment early death and all of that very true. Ranji, you know, the famous model that Angelina Jolie movie she was a regular there. And then the aids. Basically the aids epidemic that that took the place out. And it was the first place where where all of a sudden street people like, oh, wait, I could get that. Well, this is absolutely right. Because it opens shortly after the end of the Vietnam war, and we were kind of in that very brief period where it was anything goes before the onset of aids and Steve rebel the corner. That's. He died at the age of forty five from aids, and they show all this newspaper footage all these are newsreel footage in newspaper headlines from the time because even back then you know, he had enough power. It was announced that he died from complications from Hodgkin's more. They'd say gotta moan no words where aids was existed, but not one obituary said that that's pretty died of. Exactly carseats are coma. And they'd go. That was oh, I see that was cancer. It wasn't. It was eight. All right. Okay. See that you also Carell movie you give a beautiful boy gives three stars three-star kinda weekend for these are very different films. So you don't wander until one you're going to see the other? No that's Alouine into the halloween's teenagers wanna go to Halloween this weekend that what age should you tell parents not to send them? It's an R rated movie say the ever seven-year-old. These days can handle it. We've already they've already mastered. Call of duty twelve. It's kind of cute. He's got a hammer. We must have lost. All powers. Yeah. He needed more credits. All right. Sir. All right. Stay stay, right. Let's find out from Kim. What's happening in the bottom of the hour row? President Obama hitting the campaign trail next week. Inbound Kennedy is still an hour five minutes. So here to downtown about forty two minutes out the Eisenhower's clocking in at an hour in both directions between three ninety and the old post office outbound Stevenson finally doing a little bit better. But still the heaviest at an hour. Twenty minutes lakeshore drive to three fifty five much better in at forty three minutes for personalized traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app, it's approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search T R A F F, I X Chicago. I'm Violeta podrumedic, WGN traffic central tomorrow..
"steve rebel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To kickoff is presented by Ortho. Colorado hospital gorgeous day in Denver for the season opener as the Broncos host the Seahawks. The voice of the Broncos Dave Logan is at Bronco stadium at mile high with the voice of the Seahawks. Steve rebel, Dave, Mike. Thanks, very much longtime friend, great great broadcaster, and in friend, excellent player in the league for a long time. Good to see you. We got it. There you go. There you go. David. It's great to see you. Thank you for letting me. Join you again. And it's you know, it's fun because we get to sit and tell stories like two old guys. That's right. Which is what we are for else. Speak for yourself. Get there. Yeah. Okay. So tell me a little bit about there have been some massive changes with the team that you do play by play four especially on the defensive side of the football. Can you can you sort of capsulated as best you can what those changes have meant in? What do you expect from that side of the ball? I think what what I liken it to is twenty twelve the season before our run to the Super Bowl in two thousand thirteen which you remember, well, obviously, and that was when a lot of young guys really started to gel together. And starting to learn what it was like to be a professional football player, but be how to play as a team and play under what Pete Carroll the kinds of defense. He wanted them to play. I think we're a little more back to that. Again, not that we got that far away the last couple of years, but we got older I think we lost a step. We were much more prone to injury. And as you can see many of the guys that we've lost those veterans specifically for that reason, they they got hurt. To the guys got hurt. We'll never play again. Yeah. Cam was a real loss. But he also was no kid anymore. So it's it's I think good because Pete really works well with young players and anytime, you can get young guys that can run and hit you. You're a leg up on even if you have veteran guys, I think this is going to be a good defense. Let's see how they do today. I got to ask you a tough question. There was an interesting article this week in Sports Illustrated that the talked about sort of the culture of the organization and had some former Seahawk players prominent players that we're willing to go on record and say listen Pete treated Russell Wilson differently than he treated the rest of us in you've covered this team. A long time. Did you detect any of this in your work? Let me ask you one question. I did you ever play on a team where the quarterback did not get treated differently. I did not I did not because they're the quarterback. My my broadcast partner who is on a leave of absence, and you know, him very well, Warren Warren, he heard about all this stuff even a year more than a year ago of some of these rumblings in the locker room, and he went and talked to some of the defensive players who were speaking about these things, and he you know, from the position of a hall of Famer and a guy who played twenty plus years in the league and tried to tell them guys. This is no different than any other time in football because quarterbacks are different. So get that out of your head right now. Did did they keep him from some of the criticism? Perhaps in other players might get. Sure. Yeah. I'm sure they did. And part of that. Is you got to keep that quarterback? You know on the same page and up and focused and all those kinds of things he's the face of your team. He's also the leader of everybody out there too. And you don't wanna diminish that. So was he treated differently? Yeah. Is it as big a story as it's been made out to be. I don't think so I've got to ask you a sticking on Russell Wilson. He is. And I I don't get a chance to see him all that often. But you go look at his numbers. I I mean, honestly, he's had the first six seasons of his career that you could rank with virtually any quarterback in the history of the league is third in touchdown passes thrown behind Dan Marino and Peyton Manning in his first six seasons. And and you look and see what he did for this team last season. He was eighty seven percent of the offense last season. Eighty seven percent. He threw every touchdown pass. He ran for three of the four touchdowns that we got on the ground. Now granted are running game was his woeful as any in the National Football League a year ago. He had what nineteen fourth quarter passes best ever in the National Football League nineteen fourth quarter touchdown passes. So this is a guy that can do all those things. Andy can also. You out of trouble and scramble around. Yeah. Our our thinking is in the booth next door, and I think down on the field with the coaches is this year. Let's do a little less. Let's not put him in those positions where he has to do it all, but when you need him to I don't want anybody else out there, you know, because you played here very tough place to win. But what couple of things in your mind? Do the Seahawks have to get accomplished today to have a chance to win this game two things on defense. We have to communicate in it's tough with young guys. You're going to have a second year corner on one side and his twin brother starting his very first game in the National Football League. Rookie at one outside linebacker at times. You're probably going to have a second year free safety back there behind you. And you're gonna have some young defensive lineman. So Bobby Wagner, his job today is really important communicate to everybody exactly what you're seeing formation wise, and what those responsibilities are going to be. I think on the offensive side. We have to run the ball. We ran the ball pretty well in preseason. And we didn't do very much simple stuff a trap play here trap. But we've gotten away from that zone blocking scheme or more power blocking scheme. I think it I think it works with our linemen better than the last last years and the last couple of seasons, and we got to really go. We actually we have three really good running backs all of a big strong hard to bring down. So I think those are the two things and I'm gonna look forward today. My friend, David good to see you. That is a good friend Steve rebel, the play by play voice of the Seattle. Seahawks conversation today brought to you by Kuni Honda on arapahoe. Stop in during the Honda summer spectacular event. When we come back, our Tyler Columbus has a chance to talk with the guy that will be very important this afternoon in that Bronco defense that is Derek Wolfe. And it's next on the KOA Broncos.
"steve rebel" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Official, wireless communications partner of, the, Seattle Seahawks now here's Steve rebel Well there's not. A, lot of seats here at the. Stubhub stadium but they, are filling up fast with both chargers fans, and Seahawks fans the end zone Dwyer left had a lot. Of twelve during pregame warmups and they cheered just about every move the Seahawks players made hi, everybody welcome, to sunny southern California the son is well it's actually falling into, the Pacific right now but it's going to. Be a terrific night for football here. Two teams that were headed in the same direction last year and hope to continue that again this year the chargers. On a winning streak at the end of the season the Seahawks just missing out on a playoff berth. Welcome in alongside big play. Bat I can't tell you, how proud, I am of. An and, how, far you've come and what you've done Jordan avenue and, one, of the great defensive backs in the history. Of this franchise joining us on the. Broadcast tonight this got to be fun not necessarily. Working, with me but Bringing here you're part of Seahawks football on the air and and you know. What Steve to be honest I feel like a rookie in I feel like this is my preseason game. And really have these these. These broadcasts jitters if you, will And really more. Excited, than anything you know to have an opportunity to work. With you you're done a lot of work throughout the community and. Some charity auctions and events and now here we are. Calling calling.
"steve rebel" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Seahawks, fans But this is an away game for the Seahawks scratch to fans wanna trip here and it Winging it does feel like Dan you're allowed on the road, hawk scratch from Washington's lottery. Your odds of winning Three three winning second Heard interest rates must be eighteen or older participant lottery dot, com for details But thirty minutes away from the start of this. Week two of the. Preseason the Seahawks in Los Angeles take, on the chargers during, the regular season we give our game score predictions here but in the preseason it's more about what do you want to see from individual players or from units are game predictions brought to? You by Windermere the official real estate company? Of the Seattle Seahawks and Ray what do you wanna see out there tonight Mike on a defendant I don't it's not a player that I wanna see I, wanna see how Schottenheimer going, to continue to develop the offense like what the play. Call like last week more the completions. For two running backs and. Tight ends what is what is that setting up what is. The next phase of that approach and how you're going. Out what types arouse and plays. Incorporated the receivers and things. Like. That so I just want to start to see, a little, bit more of the complete office that he's crafting Michael w as. A team I want to see him get better on third downs. There were two for ten last week starters were all in one there. Were four situation was third down and more than, ten so let's just see how they do on third, downs great teams are, good on down hopefully they do better tonight okay. Paul is a good. Offense are planned the chargers and I, I wanna see our, our defensive line shut the run game down it's going to be the key to them being a good defense and I think the guys they have in there right now are there so? It's a very good task for them on The road. Well. And also one of the big factors last year, in not, performing optimally was pressure on the quarterback so it's not just shutting. Down the run but they gotta figure out a way to get. To the QB the season well it's it's just shutting down the run. And my scenario here that you asked me about But no I Yes rushing green and all those guys getting after the. Core huge. Skip all right so we'll see how it all plays out when they take the field and we are about just twenty five minutes away from the start. Of this game so when, we come back we're going to send it to Los Angeles where Steve rebel and Jordan Babylon are going to be calling all the action Seahawks and the LA chargers coming up play, by play, call straight, ahead Delta Airlines Seattle. Seahawks radio, network.
"steve rebel" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"This us the watchdog on wall street welcome back everybody it is the watchdog on wall street we are the program arc hausky investments is the firm that doesn't have steve rebel out in front with the velvet rope saying you can get in and you can't get it who steve rebel sky on studio fifty four no we're not those guys and trust me i understand i understand we're few and far between how many people veg they might hear about this program they hear about us that they listen to it and they call up and in their late fifties and sixties and they've been prudent their entire lives putting money away putting money why putting money into what money markets money markets earning little or nothing in any return and we proceed obviously at that point in time trying to help them out as best we possibly can based upon their situation and age but why would why would they do that i mean people walk into a bank and saving money on a regular basis they don't have anybody there that can actually help that individual out point them in the right direction and explained to them that you know for twenty thirty years it might not be a great idea to put all your money in the money markets when i first started in the industry again upstate new york i said had zillion jobs but that was a schoolteacher janitorial business say half blue collar white collar type of background i grew up with and i never ever treated any buddy norwood by anybody that i know treat anyone any differently no matter how much they made i never understood that i guess it was my upbringing was the people were like that where i live believe it or not we had families that were ads were surgeons and doctors and successful business owners and everybody the same that whole nineteen eighties type of mantra that you know everybody the boring different cliques didn't happen when i was growing up i always had that always carried that with me and i was always disgusted when i first got to wall street where they were now unless they have x amount of dollars were not speaking to them and the the cutoff numbers were back when i started knocking quarter of a million dollars a half a million dollars to open up a count alfred at it now it's in the seven figures plus for many of the firms and this goes for actually highquality registered investment advisory certified financial planners those guys won't talk.
"steve rebel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Sound cooler sounds bad baby the digits you had disco and fifty four seems grabbed it and this film adds to that mythology as to them with all the time and place of new york being all sort of steam coming up from the you know the mean streets in the taxi driver travis bic imagine travis bickel big is on went up and joppy them office judea no you know kind of that kind of eras going on and i think that this this film captures that i'd have liked a bit more truth from someone on have liked to be more music bitten who was dj why disco was so good why it worked and white died but it doesn't go there it's about ian schrager and his friendship stephen is always a bromance there is some of that there is some of that and it's nice i suppose you the story of them coming from actually middle class homes clause brooklyn streetfighting jewish kids steve rebel will be much good industry beholding coat checking at charging for it yeah exactly jason is really interesting point that with you'd like to know more about the music as a dj sev what we know the tracks we love so much sheikh so much now roger diana ross on the soundtrack to this to this film and indeed in the club that how do you write to at she on that sliding scale of of great clubs of the dawn of disco the definitive disco place that you wanna do on a bit more music in that but i think as you really explain like committee that's my point as well as you said like power does got more cool at the music and you know like what we do as a host these we have been aspire highly from letter lavar which is the god of all digits of the yes the filibuster it's fun exotic is the right balance like keep it fun yeah like little slight commercial the music in soundtrack is utterly as you said as well imax you dance is very positive very like very new york i all those light of strings orchestras you know you can hear that's what i saw sedate me to see the kids nowadays i really into this game because i they went at a here in the listen is museu on my god this is a.
"steve rebel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Okay disco legends nile rodgers and bernard edwards were denied entry inspiring one of their biggest hit songs no no village sheikh oh okay so even though there are signs for must play on the dance for they found themselves unable to clear the ultra strict door policy new year's eve nineteen seventy seven they were invited to join grace jones at studio fifty four she wanted to interview us about recording their next album and at at the time our music was popular dance dance dance kit but grace jones didn't leave their name at the door and the doorman wouldn't let them in they waited and waited long as we could but it just got too cold we felt horrible totally dejected they walk back to now rogers apartment we grabbed a couple a champagne and we plug dinner music and we just for yelling obscenities bleep studio fifty four bleeping bleep off bleep them bleep we're laughing finally what were they're like hey let's we changed it from bleep off to freak off and then we're like freak out that is how freak that september first number one biggest hits that's funny okay one gate cash gatecrasher tried to died sinking in through an air vent oh my front door rejects i guess the bouncers took all kinds of crap all i'm sure because there were truly two nations club goers who were trying to get in and they had this situation where people would climb down from the building next door in full mountain climbing gear with rob steiner on the shoulders crying hysterical and anyway one guy got second inherent and his body was discovered in black tie attire died in their oh no now they did all kinds of private parties and after the bianca jagger and karl lagerfeld add a candlelit eighteenth century party with the staff in court dress and powdered wigs elizabeth taylor had a performance by the rockets would she viewed while perched on a float of gardenias fun she was later presented with a life size portrait of herself elizabeth taylor meet of cake and one of the most memorable parties was held in honor of dolly parton she visited looked at it this city for concert dates in me seventy eight and he steve rebel wanted to create a rural farm setting to help her feel more at home and they had haystacks.
"steve rebel" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"An incident happened with boy george and i got his picture in the new york times the daily news the new york post newsday individ voice so they they made me also an in house publicist so i became the in house puzzle you picture and sent the picture out why i was living on ninety second street at the time west west west ran back to my apartment had a photo lab their produce the pictures what happened was i took pictures of of boy george from buff seven different camera angles seven different photographers so i gave exclusive pictures to the times that sousa pictures of the daily news pictures in new york post who supporters newsday because all different wow so and i said don't give me credit credit four that is hustle hustle very early so fifty four is impressed by this so i became the in house publicist then in august the very beginning of august the friday night promoter was recruited by the palladium and the palladium was being run by steve cohn and steve cohn was was steve rebel and ian triggers right hand man at the originals of deflore so steve cohn opens up the palladium with with allegedly as a front man for ian schrager and or steve rebel coming out of jail big moment so now the palladio's running down on fourteenth street and they're competing duty fifty four and they steal the friday night promoters and the friday night producers and now student fifty four has no one to promote a produce on friday night.
"steve rebel" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Who steve wasn't a steal who was it a city if before steve rebel low bell yeah oh no he was in jail two times already gone this is just getting in he was just getting out of jail show was he intrigue or no i was here during the mark fleischman era okay okay what was this air like this is pure decadence like out of control a leak ula is this like which what what kind of celebrities are there at this point prince madonna liza minelli anybody who wanted to be still going there no jackson gonna first name basis with michael mike mikey my mic vicky pu the kid toucher i get it allegedly oh come on come on i had a cat williams routine for you to listen to that will explain the michael the michael jackson phenomenon just perfectly i could never really about about why it's so hard for people to like accepted you know he says you know hey it's something along the lines of who have zoo at his petting zoo at his house hey beat it had different terminology for a lot of different we move on from michael on a first name basis kind what about princeton do you have recollections of prince they're actually the first parties that iphoto graph at suit four was a purple rain party really yeah and did you did did you interact with them at all you just sort of observed and i didn't interrupt with him too much interacted i produce liza minelli even produce in that well here's what happened i started out as photographers shooting fifty four in march eighty five.
"steve rebel" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Mop up and trying to get more containment lines down he says the fire risk will be up through the weekend andrew mullin back kfi news sarah dodgers manager tommy lasorda has told the le city council that the city is owed a world series win lasorda has visited with council members as they recognized his recent ninetieth birthday cake was served yesterday dodgers hats were handed out and lasorda said the dodgers team this season is the one that he thinks could win it all though he joked it better he said he doesn't know how many more baseball seasons he has left on earth let's go live bring that championship beer one more time he's told the council la is his adopted home he managed the dodgers until 1990 sake since still works as a team consultant from city hall eric leonard kfi news the dodgers play the cubs today at five p m a wider e in la is having a party to celebrate a century of winemaking san antonio winery vice president steve rebel leaves generation three of four that's been making wind in la since 1917 my folks are still alive there ninety six and ninety five revoli says it all started with his grandparents satiety non giovanni and he says it was the classic story of american immigration so they came in 1913 to work for the southern pacific railroad but instead they sort of making wine and today a century later their legacy marked the second largest city in america in la kris ankarlo kfi news tesla has real release between four hundred and seven hundred employees this week after their performance reviews word of the departures which the company stressed were dismissals the not layoffs first emerged through the report by the mercurynews of san jose de palo altobased company said earlier in october that production bottlenecks had left it behind schedule for its model three release those let go included engineers and managers and sales staff just as the company led by entrepreneur elon musk prepares to release its model three sedan later this month that.
"steve rebel" Discussed on Double Toasted
"She cut the fan was pairs upenn mit i grew as an ax dongkuk oh man that lie all i gotta i gotta emir memoir what he's you the name of your memoir i know own it no if i get famous in my wife writes a memoir that should be it sure let's do that but anyway wasn't that again else one is meant to steve rebel here he loves the fuck your people have he he loves fuck you would people and that makes some great that makes zoom in the pantheon of horror villains and anything for a fucking tv movie that makes him one of the greatest now you really does i really i really enjoyed pennywise in this man itim curry is amazing and we all knew this but just as as character now ladies make people afraid of clowns but just the showman that he is in in on such a small stage you would think he's lucky ashley has ass off and i love him mad and then this movie it it just struck me out because the way it and it started hit somebody's good things going for it much like a lotta stephen king stories yes and then you just you know right now when you're watching it it is some other woolly being shape shifts changes voices changes shape it's some it might be a coast to me it seems more like a ghost or like some entity i write human manure phantom of some sort right and it nobody nobody would have guessed now i i don't know about the source material but at least in this movie they decided to make it a giant fucking.
"steve rebel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Was used a lot for a lot of forces yes and that's that's how we got a lot of these things and you know people have said that ray donovan is a mix of eddie mannix who who is a fixer that kind of had a part in that terrible george clooney brother need numbers the character's name of the movie eddie's annex in a hail caesar yeah about fixing something for seen that nobody don't bother don't bother but they also said anthony pellicano is also a play it and there are these people in their their their we know private detectives exist in just regular every right yeah so anyway um got a 15year sentence and these just yeah he's been there since two thousand aimed these get out in two thousand nine when we first started them in his name was on everything he was so involve a time kerr he and he rapto you remember you wrapped of add a fish early on in newspaper and left did on the reporters windshield old ma technology coup sleeps with the future to sleep with officials better than ours yes okay so that's okay update on that they'll kill uh this scandal i is the book is coming out september nineteen th it's called inside studio fifty four hour i'm so excited about this one okay and um uh this this guy markup fleischmann um he owned the club between nineteen eighty one in 1984 so instead of only at been going well it started in the '70s steve rebel in this other guy he was like the second owner so it was more like on the the last day workers jio all of the people still went there it was you know whatever in any in this park okay one of the stories in his book is that dodie fired who is princess diana's last lover he f how um about gain about his cocaine use which was 1980 wendy's who he three 84 elsewhere.