18 Burst results for "Steve Wariner"
"steve wariner" Discussed on Titus & Tate
"And the duffy goes to jim. Boeheim not one sentence on the internet. Batters this is. This is honestly peaked. In behind. jim. Day heim has been famous for saying that nothing quote unquote happens in the city of greensboro. Why would he ever need to go there. That of course where north carolina where the acc tournament famously held. He said no one goes there. No need to go there so this is in the long lineage of jim behind being able to say what he thinks is on everybody else's mind but it's really just on his mind and But this is a great one not one on the internet matters. The best part about this is the jim bay. I'm we'll probably see it on the internet. Is he wrong is microwave. You know what if you had to think about it. What is the most important sentence that's ever been typed on the internet. I don't know me to the most important. They've really might be it. Mit be saying he was going. He wouldn't kevin durant ruin the nba. Instead i'm going to go to the warriors. Yeah i think that might have been. The i mean how many tweets have we had over the years. They could have ruined it. You know what i mean. But i think the whole time the the theory that everyone internet is working under the guise of. I'm me me. Jill is a great way to understand where everyone is coming from. You know what i mean. Which means they're going from a very very vain point of view in a very singular point of is just pictured. Kevin jared at texas freshman year like is is introductory us go around the room and you say three all right on me. Do three i to pick all right right. Mr directory point. God holy hell. What an answer. Keys johnson jay. I'm not one sentence on the internet. That's a good one. Congratulations jim behind I believe yeah. We gotta sit in the duffy's excited about that. He dodged us the entire by the way The to pill the the curtain back. We tried to get jim bay on the show multiple times in. Obviously he's not getting that we love going back to the twenty eight th the twenty nine hundred nineteen just as a reminder. If you're home you're saying to yourself this might be the headline is this is this. Is this the goat. Duffy headline. i want to remind you in two thousand nineteen. The winner for headline of the year was sister. Jean and loyal to one your heart every turn for your soul scissor. Gene is guess what she came back for our soul came back for our soul. Oh again twenty twenty one we always go to the old way has trying to figure out if If there anything better. I honestly think coming for your soul is better than nonsense. Internet matters but a gb has never wanted to throw dirt on the new winner. I the academy is getting yelled at by the academy right. Now they're saying don't say. The headline agree headline boy. I am still sweating later. Moving on to a an award that is near and dear to your heart and you know well and I i believe you're going to have a lot of commentary on this one. It is coach k. Disciple of the year is this is very important in titus and lower we are. We are constant Constantly trying to break down the coach k. successor. It is literally. If you've ever seen house of cards you know at least the first season you understand we're talking about. This is a powerful man in a powerful situation succession. It succession been more modern version. What we're talking about. But coach kay is sitting and he's waiting for someone to prove that they are worthy to be his successor and the every single year the chips fall and they play out and he literally sits there any weights as japan. And here. we go coach gay disciple the very excited. We have the nominee. We have the nominees. I almost got myself. You gotta go through the nominees. I started nominees. Include chris collins. Who made the ncaa tournament. That one year was it. Last year was last. Year and chris collins Losing guys in the transfer portal As is tradition. And obviously not the best year for chris collins as we talk about owns your he's probably not gonna probably not gonna win the academy pick but i'm gonna give her being not a great year for coach. Gay disciples because your other these include jeff capel steve wariner hausky. Who was fired from our cat but still nominated for coach k. Disciple the here. John shire who is kind of system at to if if we're saying this succession the show. I think john shires greg. Yeah yeah definitely definitely should do that. That's that's offseason. Khaneh tiger king last year for journalist. That was unbelievable by the way Yes john shire is just right by k. And as we know in live unfortunately. A lot of times love is found by proximity Not by preference and proximity plays a huge part there. Yeah it's getting your final two nominees. Are mike bray of the notre dame fighting famously booed by broder dame students. I'm not sure who they were. But they were booing him and My break came back. Hit him with some big wins You know let the people know. Shorts on the sideline mike. Bray one in a second nominee for the very one in cameron indoor stadium in robbery this year and the fan said fire. Mcbrayer think about think about of a season. This was the happens. He should he should win. It I will say hang on a second because the final nominee quin snyder. Head coach of your utah jazz. So that's record and basketball in the nba I will say this. You know quin snyder. I always keep in my successor. Power rankings but i have been told by multiple duke mafia members that he is not quote unquote in the family. And then i said it's not a family. They had no retort to that. So there is there is no family and if you hear him say that there is no family so quin. Snyder is obviously a part of the successor. Power right so it's it's all okay. I'm excited what does it academy. Guinea pig also went to seven games with the denver nuggets nuggets law as well that was cycle and this duffy cycle they were. They were up through mike. The nuggets were down three one to the jazz and then down. Three one to the clippers and then they almost beat the lakers. His your nominees. Duffy for coach k. disciple the year goes to..
"steve wariner" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"My guest. Today is Brett James Brett. James's work is if you if you listen to any popular music particularly country music, but any music you've heard his songs. They often end up at the top of the charts and I'll give you as his credits in a second. But the thing I was, you know if you listen to the show, you know most Szeswith songwriters I think it's incredibly hard hobby I take very seriously and the people who can do it. The way that bread has for as long as he has and at the top of the fielder fascinating to me but but even more so I'm fascinated. By the fact that bread is someone who had a lot of options in his life he's a very bright person. He was a medical student that was the path he was on his when life he was able to take his life switch gears and he made a series of decisions that I find incredibly compelling and incredibly inspirational and I wish I'd known more stories like Brett's when I was trying to figure out the direction of my own life. So. Because he's one of Nashville's most successful songwriters his songs cut by while first of all Jesus take the wheel, which is one of the most important countries the last ten years. Brit. Co wrote that Song Hero Kenny Chesney. Is when the sun goes down but he's also cuts by Luke Brian Kelly Clarkson floor Georgia, line Meghan trainor Nick, Jonas Taylor Swift Keith urban. So many more. He wrote the opening theme Super Bowl one year. He's a grammy winner He's named as caps songwriter of the year twice, and he's finally living life as a recording artist. Serious way I was a kid he's released EP They're both terrific and they might surprise you. You'll recognize the songcraft but. They might surprise you if you go listen to them because they are not strictly country records in in my opinion, we'll talk about that and I'm just having you're welcome. Thanks for having me on what throw the be here. Well. Man was you know I've done a lot of reading about you and I've listened to a couple of interviews and? One thing that sounds amazing to me is that you are nineteen before you picked up a guitar for the first time and I'm just wondering like. Did you think of yourself as artistic person, a writer at all an outsider before you picked up the guitar or? or You just like one of the guys and didn't know that about yourself. You know I was I think I was one of the guys and didn't know that about myself. I don't think I. You know I certainly didn't sit around writing poetry before I started. I was always a singer grew up in church a Roman. So you're you know I was one of the guys who singing in front of church a lot and that kind of stuff. So I knew I could sing but a really you know as far as writing songs I, it never even crossed my mind that that kind of creativity and you're right. I got my first guitar when I was nineteen and. For Eighty Bucks I, remember my mom bought at a pawnshop. It was maybe the worst control ever still ever played Lincoln I've never seen Lincoln before. But anyway, I got this guitar in for me just the natural next step was to derive song. So that's kind of how I ended up doing what I do. Now, what made you want the guitar like how much did you love music or where did music and a lot of people who come writers, and especially with the eye for detail you have they found themselves sort of at times watching people or something or they. Loved music so much was it a what made you ask your mom for the guitar like what? Where were you? What was going on in your life at that moment? You know I was, I was I guess I was in college in a must have been young in college and I I I you know like I said always been a singer I played saxophone jazz saxophone when I was younger and stuff like that. But never really. Had played an instrument I could play music for people you know and I really don't know I just there was just something in me. That wanted I guess I want to be a rock star like everybody else right. Because, the singing when you would saying outside. Church. What were you listening to that other than You know the music that you would sing for church like were you at Tom Petty Guy John. Cougar Guy. Were you listening to Hank Williams junior like where what was what was it? The you were put non for yourself back. You know I grew up listening to pop and rock radio just like. Everybody. Else it's interesting because I did grow up in. Oklahoma group even in a small estimate three or four years in tiny little town in Western Oklahoma and you would think that country music would be everywhere and I'm sure that it was but I don't remember hearing any country music until up until you know moved to Texas I went to college in Texas. And but you know at that time like I said that Lincoln Guitar learned to play because I. By, buying the John Cougar Mellencamp Scarecrow Songbook and I knew that I knew that album so well me to buy the. Did you still WANNA might. Not, one of my all time favorite and. I knew the Psalm so well, and they were all relatively simple. So that's how I learned to play. Guitar was was the sitting there coordinator John Cougar. Songs. Man I I remember staring at that at that record and. So I think a couple years I'm fifty, four, fifty, one or two or something to yeah fifty debt. So I, I remember staring at that album at the vinyl album and it had some lyrics by George C Green and I I remember going. Oh this some guy wrote words along with John Remember being totally fascinated by like what does that how does that work because I wasn't a writer yet you know and I was like Oh is kind of writing that my dad worked as songwriters but I'd never saw someone who is just like. Lyricist and I listen I'm over and over again. There's an amazing. And so then you started writing quickly thereafter you like. You're studying super hard right what what were you like in College When you start playing? Did you start to think like oh? This is drawing me in I'm spending more time on this or we still balancing your your time outs. Took a while child was playing some alternative rock bands and so I was in Texas. So we played Austin we play Frat that kind of stuff but it wasn't until actually I Got Out of Undergrad into medical school before really started taking songwriting series say. Yeah random story, right. So like I was, I was a freshman in med school and I took a date to see a guy named Steve Warner. Courses the like the early nineties country music's blown up and I've been living in Texas and I become a fan of this Guy Steve Wariner who is still just an amazing guitarist and singer songwriter. and. I remember going to show and standing there watching him do his thing as a medical student. And I knew. He was a Genius Guitar Player. I knew I'd never play guitar like that. But it was like a little lights wish I think everybody has these lights which moments in Romeo's little like a light switch went off in my head and I thought to myself I'll never play guitar like that. But I think I can do the rest I. Think I can ride insane. and. Literally that night I went home and started as my hobby. When it wasn't in school started, you know trying to write some country songs and That's how that's how that's when I started taking serious with us for me. That was kind of like. To. And then and then you decided. To Take it seriously, right. That's part of this that like a lot of people think, oh, I can chase my dream but they forget the part where you have to apply like an incredible amount of rigor..
"steve wariner" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Was promoting drinking and driving. Interest I know astounding, isn't it? The people ruined no I'm for that. clint black. He's got a new album out. It's called out of saying I. Hope you check it out. Listen it is. It is straight country music and you wrote a bunch with. I'm sure he's your friend more than he has. My but I love Steve Wariner. He's all right, and we wrote a bunch of songs record with him, Yeah Yeah. We've written a lot of songs over the years together, probably about almost two albums worth that have been spread out through since nothing but the tail lights, but To the right thing about Steve all his songs back to. The great thing about the great thing about Steve is, he'll stay out of the way and let me do the creative work. It's a good thing about him. I feel like again. You're poking. Steve and we're not on the joke. He's such a nice guy that he often won't even really know. I'm digging on when I did that directed the video for been there which I wrote and do in sync together and and I really didn't want us to be liked together. Singing together I wanted US separate, somehow so I projected at any given time one of us was on camera, and the other was projected onto something, the piano, top, or playing the TV or in a window, so we were never together, so I had this clever idea to do an edit where all of his the shots, we would sort of bleed the color out of his face, except for the green tones. But not so much that it was really obvious like Frankenstein but but enough. And he and Karen were happened to be driving around music row and finished the edit and. And I called him, and he said Yeah. We're in the neighborhood combined. See it and And so came by, and they're watching. is at the end. He so nice, I said. What did you think was grade? I really liked what you did that was. That was really nice and. I said Yeah, did you think What do you think of those shots of you? Do you think they might be a little green and I couldn't hold back my grin on that. And he caught really caught that I had done that on purpose and all clint black. Are you so and so and? But it's it was his nature to just kind of leave it alone and not hurt your feelings by saying anything about how terrible he. I made him look, and that's just who he is and And, so I have a lot of fun with him. Because are kind of come sideways and. And In kind of ripping apart, and he's quite the practical joker, but I seem to get him pretty well most of the time. That's like yeah. He's a real guy, but I love to mess with them. He'll love it if you wouldn't mind. If you'll indulge us of it, you know. Would you play some or all? Of America America? Still in love with you from the do some of that? That bother anybody. I. I like to go ahead and establish upfront which notes I. Don't WanNa play. Here is some from the new record. some of America still in love with you from Clint Black. Area Clint Black. A new album it's called out of saints at that song and a whole bunch of other ones that you will like to. If you like clint black like I do I'm a massive fan. It's a real treat to. meet. You know you a little bit and you. The like baseball cap now is that to replace the cowboy. Is that the second-string this is? Whatever it is, it's got to be black. Because makes my head look thinner. But. I thought I thought coming into studio. Probably need to wear some headphones. And here Sarwar my ball cap I. Don't have the headphone Jackson the cowboy hat, yeah! Also no headphones look how fancy we are see. When's the last time you? Will was the last time you played a radio interview. In last three years I t now come on. Come on, listen you remember. It's a question. I have a question. So they make. Did they make cowboy hats. Okay he's kidding. Kidding. SHAMEFULLY WAY I get Steve, Warren? Why we never seen that before okay? A USB port on them. Never. Carry on Clint good to see you to see you hopefully. Around a little more. It's just I'm big fan of YOU IS A. Artists and the person gets love it. Thank you anything big fan mostly of dancing, but the. Out of state check out this week. It does first week numbers up. I feel like adventurous and a lot of things, but I have no interest whatsoever and go into space. Really There's this whole. You can go for one hundred twenty thousand dollars. They're saying now. If you've ever want to travel to the space, but you don't trust rocket technology, a new startup called space perspective wants to take your money and send you toward the stars and a big old balloon designed to be an alternative to fledgeling rocket based space tourism, the company's spaceship Neptune capsules are packed with paying customers and carried a lotto height of approximately a hundred thousand feet. If this were free. I wouldn't do it. Oh, I was GONNA. Say Yeah, for sure right. No, no, I don't I have no interest in going high I. Don't like Heights. No in a balloon I did a hot air balloon wants miserable. Your miserable basket you basically to sandwich and a picnic basket, and you're just floating and you're like. Hey, what did they want to go down there like I? DuNno think. We'll see. There there were three of US crammed in this little balloon and we're up it's somebody. Doing the fire, because the fire makes it go up, and then it was me and a friend, and I was doing it for some radio bid and I'm like hey, did they go? It's like I. Don't know man. It's kind of work takes us. We'll find a filled or something. That's crazy and then your high anything happens. There's nothing you're you to die. That's why they hit power lines sometimes. That's gotTA. Be a bad navigating Would you do this this balloon for now for free? Now Eddie you one hundred percent, yes, God space. Are you kidding me? That's where no man has gone before or very few men. And women no interest. Way Braver than I am in the show. There's one episode that I'm doing this new NAT. Go Show I. Think we're have to do something. Almost like that can go to the moon and he can use. And I was just like I. Don't know how I feel about this guy. But me, being reluctant makes me go. It's going to be interesting. Because, you don't want someone going. I'm so comfortable. Let's do it. I'll tell you off the air what it is I. Don't know that I can reveal stuff I'm doing on. Your show, you but I'm like okay now. We Wanna now. A swimmer in Delaware. Caught a shark with his bare hands. How big? Oh like huge like a big like a small Kayak, league. You see the swimmer dragging the shark in the shallow water, and then as people on the shore stand shock. The swimmer takes the shark's mouth and opens it up. Yeah he catches catch. The Shark fits under his arm. It's a big one. And he's just sit out of the water crazy. By the way if you're thinking about doing this. But Yeah I saw the video on TMZ in the story on TMZ. And I don't mind short that much I would do stuff selfless sharks I feel like animals. They just WANNA be animals. Unless! They're a Predator and they're hungry. Like for example.
"steve wariner" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"And? Here's Michael Ray Song. When comes to her and May? WanNa. Moved on their boats, sad songs. Sta then so people reported the news I. They were getting divorced I. saw it on Instagram. I took the name me I was like holy crap. Carly Pearson Michael Reagan divorced well the when I was doing the CNA steak already split, but they haven't announced their their divorce and I said hey, there's carly pierce the best thing to happen to Michael Race and tear. Jail does little joke is Michael were a lot of product, and so they sent me. The version of the joke is still in. Oh. Well, I'm glad they did because I said. Hey, you can take that out. I'm okay with that. Take it out. What annoyed me was the joke I told about gone west they they asked for it to be pulled. Never hit me. Oh, they! which was not cool. Not, cool like don't censor me. Don't ask me to create a bunch of content than than pull stuff out because we've gone west. Who Have Gone West. It's called Cal Band They came out and she say we're still in a band, but me and my boyfriend had been. We broke up or still in the band. And the joke was hey Kelly switch formats. She's come from pop to country. Not a lot of people have done that even less people have. been able to keep working with their ex-boyfriends. Something like that was a joke. They didn't even tell me I. got the product and it was gone. The joke was gone, not cool. Emily -tated about that. I can tell. Like, we didn't spend time writing jokes, and then for them to start or to send it back and be like. Hey, they've asked that. You pull it I've been like sure. But will not be censored. The the Michael Ray Carly Pearce joking? They came to me and said hey what. You saw what happened I was like? Yeah, no problem. We'll take it out trying to hurt. But raimondo posted something he saw because we did the grant opry. Yeah, on June sixth and. I. There and I didn't even notice, but you know they had Michael on one side of the stage, carly, on the other in between them in between them with Steve, wariner and Lee Brice. Yeah, and I was like. Maybe they're just position that way because of the songs. They're singing. I don't know. But now I guess there are position that wake already broken up is what I'm thinking. Yeah, and then there's a pretty awkward cliff. That I ended up. I watched the whole thing and I mean this almost says hey. They're broken up in the Steve Wariner and Lebron had no idea whatsoever. Nobody really filled them in on stuff. All right, play the clip. I feel like you should be snuck over this way a little closer to that in I mean. I didn't know social distancing. S Very social! Special social distancing. Don't see right. Steve Come in between. We had no. I had no idea I was sitting there. Yeah, that's weird. A lot of people notice. They weren't posting any. INSTAGRAM's together. I didn't notice no, I did. I don't one of the, but I'm saying, a lot of people went once it happened. You notice and they weren't posting. Morgan the YOU WANNA say about that? Yeah, well. And I I went back on her instagram to see in. She didn't have a ring on some of them. Still like people were paying attention, we probably would've notice before it got announced. Listen. For them, their lives so quick divorced, but let's give their own space. Understand their things happening that we have no idea what's going on in the root for the best. There's still young. They're only very much like to be really married yet. I'll probably more than their typical eight months I'm sure they were used to traveling and then porn happened. Maybe that's why you see all these divorces outside of quarantine. Hey, listen. Even maybe they may not have finish all their. Thank you cards on the wedding they don't have to. Look at the bright side. We! Do. You have to return the gifts though. It's all done. Just got some woman. Oh do you have to return them? Do you have to split the hair products now Microsoft products does that. Get split like like children like all right? Did you ever see that picture from the nineties whatever? Did, the couple was getting divorced, and they had all the beanie babies in the middle of the courtroom, and the judge made them each pick one beanie baby at a time because we're fighting over beanie babies. No, but that's funny. Yeah, it was real. A big thing back then. Yeah picture all Mike what you search to get that picture. beanie babies divorced Google. You'll see it anyway. Listen best to both of them. Michael Rate such a nice guy I know him Raymundo got. You've tried to party with them once right on the that's back in the day when he wasn't even really with her, I mean so. Maybe the bus parties are back on I. Have No Idea A. You didn't get invited to the bus party, didn't he? Did but in the bus wasn't there? A non-existent party. Yeah, when I met up at two am. There was no Michael Ray and no bus. Okay, and do you think that was on purpose or Maybe because I was texting him, and he really wanted chick to my fiancee girlfriend time was with he wanted her. Didn't we band Michael Right from the show for a bit. Because the bus party? This is Nicole from Alabama Bobby Morton. Studio Just Wind Kit, call and tell you all which I love, the show and I enjoy listening I lots of my job so I. Listen Every Single Day I. do not make a single second of. Onto. You making impression. I know hilarious. Nobody really laughing at it, but I was lacking. Three D Voire Challenge. WON'T MAKING 'cause you sounded just my him. anyways, thank you guys so much for everything you do and for. Positive and such a crazy town that we live ask. Nicole! You know I think it was sexy. Mickey I was doing. Many come on over here. Great, but nobody laughed, but here's the thing. This is what I'm experiencing now. Not only in this room because we're around each other so much that if you don't bring it up point one percent every week, or so, it just starts to being normal. Yeah, we do that before maybe not sexy. No, no I haven't heard sexy makes him Mickey Mouse. Same thing in my relationship right now the only reason Kalem likes me is because funny. And so when we first started dating I was how Larry to her, she couldn't get enough of it well now. She gets it all the time, so it's just normal, but what will happen. What I do is for around friends around people. Even on, we'll do like zoom. We play Trivia game, playstation and two of our friends get on zoom. We all played on playstation, but so we can talk to each other. And I'll be killing how they're laughing their butts off and I'm like see how funny you. Pointed out to hurt through other people now when I'm just laying down the jokes, so yeah, maybe just used to offer money. I am. CHEF. Stories he'll Carrie underwood put up this picture of herself in a swimsuit on social media kickoff summer. That's not really even what stood out to me at all. I all her closet looks huge, no surprise there, but she has a Washer and Dryer full-size in her closet and I thought okay well. This is genius. I mean I'm never going to have that, but that's goals. You can just drive them and. Why have we ever thought of this I? Saw that too well? We haven't thought of it because closet that has a Washer and dryer hookup trail I would assume if that's the case you build the house specifically and said Washer Dryer in the closet. We're building. She for sure has other laundry rooms. This.
"steve wariner" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Perfect okay now. Story is kind of shocking for me. At least I'm curious your thoughts because Carly parse known to some people by as Carly Pearce known to the as carly. Files, for divorce from Michael. Rye after less than a year of marriage after eight minutes of marriage, the every little thing singer songwriter filed for divorce from her husband. They just keep putting the blank singer. Singer like we know they. Get, we know they are. Filed for divorce from her husband on Friday, that reps confirmed to people. They said they put out a statement saying or source close to Parse said this was a hard decision. It wasn't something she wanted to have to do. Is hasn't been quarantined Elysee. It was a last resort. They last appeared in public together on June six. When they both performed without a live audience at the grand old opry, they joined on the bill by Steve Wariner and Lee Brice. I cannot get over this. It is the weirdest thing. And I feel like in a lot of ways like I'm married. They met like it all happened so fast and I don't know like. I guess we should have seen this coming. I just didn't. I didn't see this coming I think about it and honestly usually when the couple gets married, they don't like re pop up on my divorce radar for at least year a few years and these two. There was something like so. Immediate about their love and their marriage et thing friends forever I just woke up one morning, and like they knew this, was it. This was the end of the road, not the beginning of new road, so it's definitely surprising that they like I got divorced after her. What's your theory? I have a theory about what I think happened. And this is just pure conjecture. Just like we. We've met them both. We always on a red carpet so I. Don't know them at all like for real. It's just a vibe that I'm getting I'd be like..
"steve wariner" Discussed on Bobbycast
"Online from one of the songs a song titled Is What I knew then And the line is A little in and out of saying so. I didn't like any of the song titles. I usually will name an album after one of the song. Titles sums it up and I didn't like any of them for that the same with my last album on purpose so I just scoured the lyrics for something that made sense and When I when I thought of that when I thought it was. You know serious seriously speaking That you know the writing of songs or creating music is really you know born out of out of sanity and And then you go through the recording process and by the time it's down to all the music recorded and now I'm trying to mix it and make sure scientifically everything has its place and it's going to sound good on any system it's played on it but just becomes a science and it's just. It's really kind of borders on insanity at that point. It's no longer this art form. It's a science And and it's just five hours of sleep a night and working on that you know for eighteen hours a day and by the time I get to. The end of making an album is reason. I don't not only do one about every five years now. I'm getting no sleep. I've wanted to be over and so I start out saying and ended up insane and And I thought that really really sums it up when I always wanted to use that photo for the cover with that American Flag Guitar of Mine and I thought that that also brings in another interpretation because it seems our country you know is a little out of saying and Just depending on what cycle were in and so I thought this is titled. Anybody can see any anyway. They want for their own uses. But for me it's spoke to the album spoke to the process which you know it's not a iron work which I've done right but But it's But it gets to be grueling at one point just Need need to call it. Finish but not until it's right well. The full album is set for June nineteenth released. D in Six or so weeks out from that. Do you feel like any of this is happening now is GonNa Affect that release date or you determine that that's the date the projects coming out. I'll we're firm where firm on it We got the video the the second and third Instant Grad or or Lined up and ready to go. It's all in the system and I've just gotten my little. I'm going to call it a broadcast studio. It's my recording studio. But I've finally gotten all the elements you know. It's hard as a lot of stuff like this is back ordered. You know. I needed a converter to go from my you know my four K camera into the computer to use it you know for live streaming and also wanted to tie that in with pro tools. So it's been this step by step process of getting the point where I can start live streaming and in promoting the album from my studio. I've been watching this last dance. Which is the the the balls documentary? I think they've put out four episodes now. And you know it's about you know. Michael Jordan's his final season with the Bulls. And they do this really cool thing where they go back in time current back in time current that kind of thing. And if you'll indulge me a little bit like to do that now where I wanNA talk about new stuff. And they kind of do a flashback. And then come back and forth with the new project indulge me in this this type of yeah perfect. We'll see how it goes. I I like you had a lot of jobs before I kind of got into what. I'm doing now where I worked. I worked at a MARINA AND DID BAIT. Work is what you were. You Bake Cutter. What was that Java that that was My More guys at my Management Company when he was taking down stuff about me. You know what I what I He was basically putting together. Simple bio and And he laughed and said I'M GONNA put 'cause I was an iron worker I worked in security As consultants salesman and sold security services and actually didn't I starved but You know I had You know I was a newspaper so I had a paper route as a kid. You know and he he laughed. Said I'M GONNA put Down Bay Cutter and Fishing Guide and I laughed and And then suddenly it's in the newspaper and it went everywhere and so it was. It was not true kidding. But you know they managed rock and roll acts and I was there I country act and I think maybe you know they Like Kenny Loggins told me once he said when. I'm not doing anything interesting I'm paraphrasing. He said I'll make stuff up and say I'm somewhere I'm not and I stay after. He told me that I was doing an interview over the phone. And and Interviewer asked me So where are you calling from? I said I'm in Barbados. Really what are you doing in Barbados? And I said I'm not really couldn't even do it. That's funny so you never wear a baked cutter but now it's it's that's been part of your bio legacy all these years. Yup Yup still want Want me to tell them where the fish are. That's funny 'cause I literally was a big cut and I don't put that my bio anymore cricket grabber because I would I would Shovel crickets and the tubes people. I would cut bait. I would catch shad and give them out. I was a bit of a small small time fishing guide and maybe I should put that in my bio people. Ask me about that because I was really interested to hear that story. You know you want that word to get around so when this job falls part on the you know you'll have somewhere to go people demand will. I wonder you know as you have this new record. we're weeks away from a coming out and you know you are a guitar player You are you playing lead on the record. I play most of the Yeah most of the electric guitar stuff I do. Some slide. Dobro and electric side started that with The the nothing but the tail lights album when Stroud heard my demos and he said you should play guitar on this. Well Hayden Nicholas. My Lead Guitar Player really got me started when we're writing songs one day and he said you know with your finger picking style you can play. Looks like this rape flag stop. I laughed and laughed. And he said no really. He taught me some things to practice and I went home and got a little. You know. Let's see concert. Call it a metronome and I started practicing slowly and sped it up until I was convinced. I can play stuff like this. And so I played most of the Everything but three songs on nothing but the tail lights and And then I did the electrified. Which was all acoustic. And there wasn't much to do there and then I started doing it again and On the on purpose album I really dug into it and made myself take on a lot of that work whereas you know I might reach out to Hayden to hurry it. Along or Steve Wariner Brent Mason. You know because they can do it in a flash and I decided I'm going to take the time it takes me longer but if I can make myself happy as producer artist then I'm going to do it and So it's it's it's really satisfying and and and it's been a really It's it's been a real you know I. I like you'd like to think you're going to get better with age Ryan and the fact that I can play Guitar. Solos on Tucker it out now. Which is our barn burner really convinced me that there's still room for growth But I have to work really hard for it. I'm going to run some numbers by you. Here the numbers nineteen ninety one. You were chosen by people magazine. It's one of the fifty most beautiful people in the entire world. How vivid memory when you got that call you know what? I just flashed on all the makeup and wardrobe. It took to earn that title. You know it's funny. I can't even remember You Know I. I can't even remember that. So much was happening to me coming at me Happening for me I remember now that you say that that I was given that But NO. I can't remember that ceiling You know I I I imagine I'm on the bus with the band and and and they're all mocking. Probably what we were doing whenever something like that. That's outside of the country. Genre happens because it's very mainstream. Do you start to hear from other people that you thought you would never hear from the to go. Hey I saw you people magazine. I also like what you're doing. I just haven't reached out yet. No not not really in that way I would. I would meet people outside my genre. Assume you're talking about other artists artists actors. Anyone that was like Soya magazine. Yeah yeah but it was never. It was never clear to me that one thing was happening because of the other I would meet people like Garry shandling at when he was hosting the Grammy's and he said Hey. You should do my show. You should come on. And let's goof around and so did his show and and Ended up going and playing basketball over his house every Sunday for you know quite a while and mean a lot of people over there I think. That's how Kevin Nealon and I became friends I I'm you know I've met Eric. Idle because Lisa it worked with fitness trainer. Who Trained Eric's wife and And so I said I said Hey. Would you give this phone number to to Tanzania and Let's see if I want. I'm going to record a MONTY PYTHON SONG. See if If he would be willing to do something on it. And so that led show working with him And becoming friends with him and then meeting people through him other comedians and actors and and and it just never it never I never. I never really knew okay. Well this is because of my music or just because I reached out or met someone through someone else. You've twenty two number one singles. What's the when you play the first leg of what song people.
"steve wariner" Discussed on Un Poco De Todo
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"steve wariner" Discussed on NASCAR America
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"steve wariner" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"He's an attorney at law. He does do some workers comp. Mark. Are you there? AM palm Marco, I don't know. What this guy's question was Tim. I think we answered but Tim you're concerned about something. You wanted to know in a worker's comp claim there are certain statutory damages for disabilities. Is that right? Tim is that what you wanted to know about what? Correct just to kind of rephrase I have. An attorney in Denver saying that you know, I've got a good case. And they want to talk to me I've got another attorney in Denver that says that I just spoke to on the phone. So they can't really do anything for me. But of course, then the insurance adjuster saying, you know, they're just going to take twenty percent of whatever your warded, and why do that because there's a max, and I'm just wondering do I need an attorney. Okay. Well, I can't say that. Because I don't know the case. But Marco in general with workers comp it is true that there are maximum damages. Right. That's true. So if they offer him the maximum, why would you need an attorney? That's a good question. Because at the end of a case there, usually there could be a settlement. Right. And what do you mean? In addition to what? In addition to lost wages, medical bills and impairment Reiter. Okay. Okay. All those are those are what's called economic damages. And are they are they statutory limited. They there's a cap seventy five thousand one hundred fifty thousand depending on circumstance. However at the end of the case, they'll they'll usually throw some extra money to maybe settled a claim. So it can't be reopened. It's called for waivers and futures future potential future medical bills things like that. And the, you know, so let's say there's an extra ten thousand dollars and end up a case or or twenty thousand dollars. I mean for ten thousand bucks, you know, twenty percent, which is also statue. That's yeah. Okay. Lawyer only gets twenty percents. That's right, right. Is. It is typically a no brainer to get an attorney because there are more than two thousand dollars worth of benefits along the way. But two thousand two thousand is always is only on that extra ten, but if they get you from the beginning, they'd be giving twenty percent of the max, which if they offer the max. That includes the max includes the lost wages should wages name that an attorney does not get a feeling there are some things. The attorney does not get a fee on. You're saying the only thing he attorney gets a feeling unless they're really contested benefits. The only thing that the attorney gives a feeling that lasts fennel. Oh, I didn't realize that. Okay. So hold on Tim. Did you understand that? I did the the question. I had for your expert is that. There are no lost wages. My my my workmen's comp is actually paying me every other week in an average of my hourly wage. W is called an average weekly wage. They're right there. They may be shorting. You. You know? They're not including benefits and health insurance. My point is you you always get an attorney. He's saying that you don't know enough to know if you're getting maximum. Okay. So so his his advice. Obviously, he's internees advisers get an attorney look at I've seen it personally from all of us. Consumer com. Yeah. Because the legislature has limited attorney fees twenty percent whenever you get at the end that attorney will pay for himself, and then some or else he should get another job. Okay. And here's the deal. Here's the deal, Tim. We're talking about with personal injury workers comp all of those kinds of things. They they love when you're not represented because they can take advantage of you. And that's Marco Bendinelli put his phone number up for Tim if he wants it, and you just need to an stay on Marco stay on because have him stay on. I I have a question. I might want to use them for Dan, you have a question, and I want to bring Marco backup for this. You want to know how to fire an attorney. Yes, sir. What's going on with you? Yeah. Hey, I got in the car that. Yes. Hit head on. You got hit head on bad enough. Yes. Hit head on. And I got the lawyer here my son found him, and we I'm not happy with him. I can't give them a call me back with the doctor to he won't call him back. He won't call it a car. Okay. How long have you had this attorney? Had him about four months. Four months, and you signed an agreement with them. Yes. Okay. And and you found him your son found him what's his name? It's a factor in shank records and Shankar's are back isn't Shankar's. A big firm in town that does a lot of advertising, and you're saying that you're you don't like the firm why? Well, no, we can't. I don't have a I don't have a problem. I just can't keep in touch with him. He won't call me back Dr stack. And then it pulled me to the side in off the record told me, you know, the guy was a bomb, basically. And he's what's his what's the attorney's name with back as Shankar. I'm sure they'd like to know this. Name is Mark Mark. Wale, Barna work. Okay. Okay. So when you call up back Shankar you ask for Mark. You don't know what the number is in my phone. But I can't look at my. Okay. That's okay. That's okay. Mom, Marco Bendinelli. Let's just say if someone is disappointed with a personal injury attorney is it difficult to get rid of them. Absolutely. Not. How do you get rid of them? There's a termination clause. You know, he can fire lawyer at any time, the lawyer can fire the client at any time. And you know, and typically when you go to another lawyer, you wanna make sure that the lawyer says look any attorney fee third or thirty five percent, or whatever we will take care of that. Prior lean the prior law firm may have against the settlement. So you don't. I only make that the client never pays to hear what he said, Dan. He's saying if you go to a good attorney, they will take care of getting rid of the other guy, and if they put a lien on it, they'll take care of them. Yeah. I called right, but another guy here, and he said he said, he just fire him. But I can't fire him. I can't even call them. But the attorney can the attorney can put it in a substitute of council and get this done. So here's what I just give. Listen, if you want to give one check our referrallist Marco's number just Daphne. Would you give Dan a number please for for Markel there? Okay. And it's one eight hundred attorney I just I just but just let them know because he's not going to just write it down for me saying on the air. I get the feeling you need to talk to him off the air. Okay. I just get that feeling the guys confused. He's upset now getting out of the real estate contract. Lynn we. All of our real estate people say the guy should just let you out. Okay. But we're going to call him after the show I'm gonna give it to dano. But we can't do it right now. We don't have enough time to get him back on the air. But Steve Wariner red star homes three zero three two eight zero third three seven one seven. We'll call him. You say he hollers at you all the timing hangs up on you three three two eight zero three seven one seven. We're going to call that jerk. And see what's his side of the story is maybe he's not a jerk. Maybe you're the jerk. Who knows we'll figure it out? Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities.
"steve wariner" Discussed on WLAC
"That's right. And welcome to the show rock interview radio. I'm so thrilled to have on our guest with myself and producer Jimmy. It's early Mandrell. Sure, you know from the Mandrell sisters from the TV show from the many albums, she's on the country music walkway. And and also gosh you've had to music comedy awards while in is so incredible. Because obviously, I was mentioning to some people have is going to be having you on the show this week with us. And and and everybody's like, oh, you're having the cute funny. Mandrell sister on well. Yes, I am and also percussionist, and you know, with all the comedy stuff and everything, but you stay busy in the past years. You know, you came on the TV show with me, I guess not too long ago year two ago, and you came up with your book which God reigns miracles. I had wanted to do that book for years and years and years, and I was so thrilled that it came out when I got all the stories together. I I got a coal writer that helped me push it a little bit, John Tomlinson. He's a great writer. These stories were family stories for years and years and years that I love to share and have extended family and friends, but they're just as God reigns. Miracles is an all the miracles that happen around me like in the midst of those names. Never. They're wonderful stories. I love sharing and I've been doing like sound bites on my Facebook. I've been watching. Yeah. I really I really love the new the videos you've been, and obviously, you know from your time on on. He Han also love boat and everything number of TV shows over the years, but it's kinda cool now that you're going back and interviewing and talking with allow these people that you work with a lot of the parts where people have been on the show and different things and talk about what's going on with them then. But I'm I'm thinking about also doing things about the miracles and God reigns. Miracles have just different people on on that combined in that on the webpage because there's so many to be shared all the time. You know? So we just keep adding to the, but I really do love the new video content. I think it's it's incredible. That, you know, you're you're stopping down and talking with these artists, you know, so many of them that you've played music with and toured with everything on the operating everywhere else. And a lot of them backstage of the opposite. Nancy Brooks does PR for me. And she's got the Nashville sound bites. And she started it. Well, actually started it with my sister, Barbara who will she retired? She says no to everybody. I know Nancy, of course, I'll do it with her and John Schneider. And then I started doing these into so great because she knows what she's doing and helps connect with everybody and stuff, but it's really really fun. And we did talking about playing percussion indifferent ride. Right. The greatest job I ever had is a drummer besides, of course, I played drums for Barbara for years and stuff. But for one night, they called the most famous unknown band. Did you ever see that video and we had one of the persons playing saxophone on it was legally and would Barbara was playing steel and is playing drown Lee is amazing on sax is a lot of people don't know that because they just know for his hit songs and all that. That's an incredible seeing on saxophone he loves to play. And I I've gotten a hold of a few people in a couple of people passed away Glen Campbell was on it. And Jerry Reed was playing shows. An what an honor to play in a band with the names of these people that I wanna get I've been trying to get Steve Wariner because he was on it. I haven't got a hold of him yet. But I'm secretly, I'm behind it. I'm like, let's get the band back together. Great idea. What a what a what a great time to put everything back together. And do that. I would be Christian never happened because well one thing Barbara won't play since you retired. And then we lost a couple. But you know, it still feels like thank you can find a few other people replace those. And now I wanna make sure also for our listeners on on the show Earlene door. Where's the best place for them to check out the videos that you guys are doing also is that just on Facebook or your Facebook early mental official but also on early Mendel dot com. And we revamped my webpage and we're still adding and adding. Totally there. Thank you. We're trying to do video to introduce almost everything I just did one where I'm showing pictures and talking about the pictures rather than just put them in there. That was fun. It's so fun for me. I love the funny thing is to and and I'm sure so many of our listeners know and your fans, but it's like the amount of stars. The you gals had on your show back then to some of the stars that just put me in awe because I'd grown up around country music. And a lot of the big country music artists that were on the show where like extended family, I loved it. But you know, we are already close to them. But to have some people like, Danny Thomas. Bob, Hope and Phyllis Diller. And all those people. I never even thought I'd have chance to meet get to do skits with them as incredible. And it was like a who's who know every time you turn into the show, you know, with all the guests and everything and and doing the skits and doing the, you know, it was just fun. It was a fun show. It was great Barbara says, it's the best home movies. Anyone ever had? You know that in two with Barbara because her daughter, Jamie. Who at the time was four years old second season played me literally lean and it was funny because I was trying to get Jamie. She went on to act later. Different movies. But I was like, Jamie. You gotta play me. You're so me, you look like you. Perfect age, and she goes, but what if I mess up my lines? And I said have you watched us? Oh, yeah. Okay. That was part of the fun of it. It felt very natural. Yeah. And I think that's very cool that you're bringing that back with your new videos and everything now also, but, but also, you know, with with your songs, you're you're you're not, you know, dial things back at all Arlene, you've got new songs out, and obviously hitting the radio a lot. We're going to play one of your songs and a little bit. But you've got new material coming out all the time. Oh, I'm excited about.
"steve wariner" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Goosebumps Lennox at number nine great one go ahead and give you the entire list now, and we're going to try to get in the last six last three on the actual twelve songs and then the three bonus tracks. Oh, holy night. Al green frosty the snowman Harry Connick junior. Do you hear what I hear Whitney Houston? Here comes Santa Claus. Gene. Autry silent Knight, Elvis, Presley, anybody got any arguments yet. Okay. The most wonderful time of the year. Andy Williams have yourself a merry little. Christmas. Eric Clapton joy to the world. Pinta tonics God recipe. Mary gentleman. Annie Lennox coming up number ten silver bells. John legend number eleven little drummer boy Bob Seger. Number twelve on Christmas morning. Steve Wariner and your three bonus. Tracks are the Christmas song NAT king. Cole snow by Seth MacFarlane. Yes. Seth macfarlane. And hark the herald angels sing by algae row. Now's the time to make your argument. If you wanna make your argument, I think so time for branch champs. Cowboys report high going everyone. This is today's Dallas Cowboys report. I'm Brad sham. Five Cowboys have been picked in the initial selections for the Pro Bowl all star game offensive lineman. Zack Martin and Tyron Smith running back Ezekiel Elliott and defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence are repeat honorees cornerback. Byron Jones got his first. Election despite not having an interception. This season. Yeah. I didn't think I get in. And if I didn't get in. I would know why because no no interceptions. So it's just nice get.
"steve wariner" Discussed on KOMO
"Team high temps in the mid to upper sixties going for mostly cloudy skies amid some scattered showers through the day to day series at disturbances role on through during the next few days that's gonna keep those temperatures in the mid sixties. Even throwing the chance for scattered thunder storm or to have a great week. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center. Mostly cloudy and fifty seven degrees at sea-tac. Airport's come on these times sixth. Thirty-six governor Ralph north or mourns that hurricane Florence could be the worst to hit Virginia. In decades, north and says the hurricane will hit Thursday and Virginians need to prepare on the eastern shore. And I've I've witnessed allow these hurricanes are there nothing to play with hurricane Florence could be a category. Four storm by the time. It makes landfall two main tracks. Forecasters are predicting have floors either hitting Virginia Beach or hitting North Carolina than moving right up. The coast with Richmond in the main path it could drop close to two feet of rain in some places flooding is obviously possible some Alaska Airlines workers have plan to hold a rally this morning for better pay and benefits. So workers are members of the machinists union local twenty two oh two which represents about five thousand workers among them, ramping customer service agents reservations and mail room workers. Komo's Ryan Yamamoto adds that the relegates underway at eleven o'clock this morning of the union offices on international boulevard journalist, Bob Woodward, his discussing his new book about the Trump administration as the president. Continues his efforts to discredit it. Woodward sat down with savannah Guthrie this morning on NBC's today. Show talk about what he learned about the inner workings of the White House. I've never seen instance, when the president is so detached from the reality of what's going on fear. Trump in the White House comes out tomorrow. It's an often shocking look behind the curtain that paints the White House's at dysfunctional place where the president is undermined disrespected by his own staff. Trump on Twitter this morning called the book a joke at an assault against him. Based on disproven anonymous sources Cirque du Soleil says it's going to provide refunds after several audience members were sprayed accidentally with a hydraulic oil during a performance in Redmond circus Soleil blames broken hose and the hydraulic systems to blame the rest of Saturday show was cancelled some customer said they're still waiting to hear if they'll be reimbursed for their clothing that was damaged by the oils. Komo's Kelly coupons kids are back in school. The rain is return. And that means it's time for workers to descend. On the region's vineyards almost. Brian Calvert joins us with the predictions for this year's harvest of the ingredients used and your favorite adult beverages in both Washington just been a near ideal near perfect growing season as well as Oregon. Yeah, it's looking like another another very good. Vintage it looks like a very good year. Steve Wariner is president of the Washington wine commission things they look at like a city in the grape. And and the sugar content in the grapes. And so far everything is just pretty much right on track for a stellar harvest. He says twenty eighteen will likely go in the books as a rosy rosy year a little too early to say about quantity. But as far as quality what we're hearing is all sums up one of the driest summers. Head for quite a while. But nice warm summer is good for the gripes survey things right nicely and James Osborne is with Oregon state university's wine research institute. But guys what about the wildfire smoke? Did that impact RV vino kind of too early to really? Towel at this point. We're going to have much of an impact. What about the smoke here in Washington Steve smoke that is in the areas is not near the vineyards, and it's very very high level. And ironically, if anything it's acted as kind of a a cooling effect, so often what happens is when the grapes get too hot. Like over a hundred degrees too hot divine shut down and they don't really continue to mature. But with the high level of smoke at kind of acted like a filter and cooled it down a little bit. So that the grapes could keep maturing and not only does the northwest wine harvest, look good this year. Best time of the year. The Yakima valley is alive with the smell of hops has harvest there is in full swing. Hop farmer. Drew.
"steve wariner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What a way to start performing no fear from the stage at the grand old opera house in Nashville, Tennessee that was Jerry Clark those beautiful Terry and Brenton Dallas the opera states Iran right now is it new mega? This is your first time on the stage. Right. Yeah. I feel really special that I got to do this. Well, what does it mean to you? I mean, it's it's just a huge milestone, I think for any country singer, and especially more. So now that I'm living down here, and and really trying to make a name for myself here as well. And I just feel like it'll be a big part of feeling like I've become accepted community down here. Which is a big deal. You remember the first time? Absolutely. This is the mecca of all things country music. And when I came down here, I was really excited to bring down half the province of Albert. Yeah. We have probably three hundred people come down. And so when John Conley introduced me, he said, we've got a young lad from Canada and the crowd went nuts. And he said on it seems like all of his family is here on the crowd went even more. So kind of set me at ease to have a lot of familiar faces. But the nerves and the excitement in the anxiousness that you feel stepping into the circle and just everything leading up to the day. It's kinda like leading up to your wedding day. All these it's like the biggest day of your life right for a country singer. It's exactly how it felt a few years ago when I played Dallas your first time was recent right? Yeah. Well, it was one of the what are the benefits of doing doing a song a duet with Terry Clark was she invited me up. And I remember that first time very very well. Can you tell me the story? Tell me I know I've heard I've heard there's a story. I was extremely I don't get. I've been playing live for seventeen years now. Right. So it's very very rare. I get nervous right? I was petrified. Like, I could have worn diapers for this. It was it was crazy. But don't worry. Don't worry about anything that we have the lyrics on the teleprompter in the back there, and I get up and feeling pretty good. I I in I mess up the lyrics while I'm looking I'm looking at my best. And the looked at Terri Clark gave me was like, I'm bringing you up. You're going to do that to be shocked daggers. Right, right. Yeah. I did the same thing. Yeah. You do that to me feel better? It's a wordy song. There are so many words in that song. Oh, what did you make your first mistake at the rest of the songs easy? Yeah. Then the second Terry invited me back again, we did a second third time. And I was actually able to enjoy it, you know, and just be relaxed, and nor does getting into and just enjoy the moment Terry, tell me a little bit about how you ended up becoming a member of the grandma pre. Well, the Opry members who sort of vote on those things they they like people who they induct to appreciate the history of country music in the tradition. And I and you have to come and show up a lot before you become a number you need to just play it and play it a lot, and I had been playing quite a bit and when girls lie too, and I just wanna be mad, and I want to do it all I had this sort of second wave in the early two thousands had hit, and I was playing the opera lot. I brought my eight year old grandfather down was his name Ray Goce check and he flew in. And my grandmother had passed away not long before that and my grandparents were professional country musicians. They played they supported five kids playing clubs. I got him out with his fiddle. And we did faded love just solo with me and his fiddle on stage. And I think a lot of the opera members that were around watching that moment realized I think that this is the real deal and next thing I knew they were inviting me to become a member. And I was absolutely flabbergasted and shocked when that happened and my mother watches marches out with Steve Wariner and holding this sign I'm like what's going on? So it was a surprise to you completely. They they really keep it. Hush hush. When people are invited. They the big the invites the bigger actual reveal surprise to the artists because they know they're being inducted after that. And you also have to keep up a certain schedule here. Right. You have to play so many shows a year they like you to do ten to twelve year and not every artist does or can. But I feel it's a privilege rather than a burden for sure to be able to come and play the stage when they want you to come as much as you can as often as you want to write which is great, you know, I was here Saturday night. I went with a friend of mine who played her second opera Saturday night. And I couldn't believe what a family. It does feel like people supporting one another and hanging out with one another. I couldn't believe how casual sort of felt backstage it really is. And I think it's the most evident when we're in crisis as a family when Troy gentry passed away. And I was at his funeral here right here in this building. And Eddie was in the audience. I'm gonna cry just talking about it. But Keith urban got up and Dirks Bentley got up and everybody went over and gave Eddie this group hug and Vince Gill stood up here. And he said don't disappear keep doing your music and know that your family is here all along the way with you. And the family is very very special and. Such a privilege and honor to get to be a part of that. Well, I should say it's such a privilege and honor for us at the CBC to be here. This is kind of blowing my mind is somebody who listened to the operate from? When I was a little kid Brennan look to hear from you right now. What are you gonna do? I read. This was a song that was never meant to make it to the radio ever. It.
"steve wariner" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Movie about us but just twenty three I'm just she'll bundling all our, college missed Congressional. Medal of honor between the three of us And you're on a nightclub on Steve wariner Dude How serious, note, France One year ago today If you would just forgive me if you're outside of Houston Some of you probably remember the news story is hard for me to put into words How devastating this flood was the hit my community is really hard to explain and part, of it, is, because you didn't hear a lot, of complaining coming out of this. Community these people they're they're. The salt of the earth but they're as good as it. There's good. As it gets there is amazing and heroic as it gets I wanted. To give you an example. Of the kind of individual this community has Today when hurricane Harvey hit when I say today this is. A common ordeal There is is hard to to we say today for hurricane Harvey. But hurricane Harvey was, was across about a week It. Hit other parts of of Texas and then it worked its. Way up in the Houston in the greater Houston. Area most of my, audience on, my flagship. Here KTAR seven forty most of our folks don't live in Houston. Properly, live in the suburbs outlying communities rural communities but this is this is as indicative, and illustrative as you will yes you will get The storm had hit and by Sunday. Things, were really bad A guy. Named sergeant Steve Perez he worked for the Houston police department This. Was not a gung ho rookie this guy was thirty four years old Thirty I'm sorry sixty. Years old and he was a thirty. Four year veteran of the police department When a gap puts in thirty four years They have put in more longer.
"steve wariner" Discussed on KTRH
"Was a disaster so i'm glad you mentioned that you were having some issues with yours too because it was not pretty as she was freaking out it was it was bad and there's like five people trying to knock on the door to come into the bathroom and i was like i'm not leaving here anytime it ain't had a buddy buddy of mine got on it the minute he heard me talking and so he me an email and says i'm a bathroom and it's coming out and i said what i said it was a clinton's what part of that did you not understand i guess i just listen dude i found some bubble gum that i chewed seventh grade eight i mean it's it is i said is true about three or four days in i could feel my stomach like recessed could feel that what was inside my stomach a lot of that was gone nfl healthier and cleaner so the more today what's your favorite flavor i like the spicy won the best my wife does too there's a purple looking one that it is the only one that has the ingredient of charcoal in it oh i like that one too was actually good but i was afraid when i saw the dark color no bad taste like welch's grape juice member welch's grape juice when we were on was it welches what was one that came in the bottle that was yeah yeah you'd get a little four pack or six pack i loved those things and it has that kind of like tart flavor at the end of it that charcoal is good for when you had something to drink the night before because the child supposed to pull the alcohol out of you yeah i'm enjoying it a lot good shout out to daniel dean also came out to my house after the hurricane did i can't do shout outs kathy no you can publicly recognize him but you have to be a rapper to shout out we just don't talk so i did a good job for you did he oh my gosh i'm way outside of his territory and he personally came out to my house twice pitchers he's a good fear out here and two hundred fifty loads of clay to try try to secure my backyard you're not the ones that built the levy are you wearing sweeney on the river and my backyard collapsed about six feet although wow i have an infinity pool and i was afraid that about to the river 'cause all the fan just washed out round the bend of the river and adjust after the hurricane we had a good five feet of water in her house for over a week and then after that water went down my backyard started to collapse came out here multiple times and he came out here and use that skid steer and he checks my husband next week just checking up on us he's a great guy boys have been spending time with different people this summer to learn what they do and they spent some time with daniel dean the other day and they were very impressed at what he you know because kids in big talker toys right they were they were very impressed hey make sure you tell them my last name when you when you send it in because then they get fifty you get fifteen percent off buddy of mine got mad he didn't get his discount the other day and i asked him and i checked with him and he had given my name so what was the point i guess they were supposed to just assume he was my buddy anyway that's a good daniel dean story just put that on the back of beer michael berry show we've got john anderson coming up at the redneck country club we've got billy bob thornton and his band we've got tracy byrd coming up we've got steve wariner coming up hey man if you've never come and tried it come try send me an email say hey look i wanna come try this if i got some extra tickets are i'll give you one if people come to the redneck country club they fall.
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"Ktar h westside northside lexus weather center president trump reportedly telling nato countries they better spend more on their own defense or else as according to the new york times trump expressing irritation in letters to allies at what he sees disproportionate american spending he's threatening to alter us global military presence that is pull out our troops in places like germany and turkey if the other nations don't step up to their fair share secretary state mike pompeo's going to meet with north korean leader kim jong un this week to work out a plan for denuclearization there thailand says the soccer team stranded indicate could be stuck underground for months now rescue crews trying to figure out how to get them out through the flood waters and to get food and medical supplies to them now we go back to the michael berry show i'm chevra fryer and houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty ktar h we've got john anderson coming up at the redneck country club we've got billy bob thornton and his band we've got tracy byrd coming up we've got steve wariner coming up hey man if you've never come and tried it come try send me an email say hey look i wanna come try this if i got some extra tickets i'll give you one if people come to the redneck country club they fall in love with it they have their birthday parties are anniversary parties are the company parties there it's incredible customer service to beautiful facility we got a great staff check out what we got coming up at the redneck country club dot com it's the.
"steve wariner" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Nineteen seventytwo the jackson five can you tell and i figured out how to interview to interview them yes i lied and said i was a news report and got into maybe face edmonds is from indianapolis twelve thirteen yes i call it the promoter charles williams i put on my grown voice the interview with oprah on her network and i used to love to watch jimmy stewart and so i talked like jimmy stewart and say my name is mysterious blackhead hello can i speak to charles place he co wrote and performed this one with clapton john cougar mellencamp from seymour and he dropped the cougar back in the day there was hoagy carmichael from bloomington and jog jog and a hug and he was also in the movies with bogey and bacall into haven't have not into on broadway too i mean the bear necessities bill harris was blue he was a singer long before that i discovered a before my eyes i was a radio star with alice faye david lee roth was also born in bloomington axl rose was born in lafayette junior brown was raised in kirks ville bill gaither was born in alexandria crystal gayle loretta lynn sister was born in kentucky but it's called indiana home for many years other who's your singers you might know john hiatt bobby hillman's steve wariner connie smith dottie rambo and josh homme go watch a movie coming up sharing the hollywood experience growing up i always thought it would be so exciting to participate in these these big car chases on film and shooting them is actually it's it's a rather boring process by other states are getting all the attention to what we're up against is that the industry has created this opportunity for states to come to the table mccloy i think there are further king currently that do not and we are one of them how to.
"steve wariner" Discussed on WLOB
"All the treaties and all of this that we want but if you got some rogue dictator or scientists or whatever out there that could be behind the scenes doing this over the course of twenty or thirty years and all of a sudden you got a whole army of these people and that that's kind of frightening i don't know where it goes i think it's exciting to think that they can cure disease with it but you know you've got the advent of tnt which was the one wonderful thing you can blow up all sorts of stuff and put in roads and everything else but you also drop it from the air on people and blow them up too so who knows where this all ends the wellwishing ladies and gentlemen from all the folks out there that are calling into wish uncle phil and johnny b a happy twenty steve wariner superstar out there in the country music circuit is on the line with a steve how are you say that again superstar steve wariner superstar i hope i got that don't how you doing i'm doing extra good it doesn't you know twenty years goes by just like it hey twenty years of fun and frivolity here you go entertainment yes i can't believe twenty years yup well i appreciate it very much appreciate your calling in update us on what you're up to these days because you're always busy my guy my gosh i just got back last night from we just did a little tour through texas did a run through texas night before last i sat up on a twenty two hundred pound texas longhorn steer and got some pretty cool pictures and jay for you did know what his name was tax it was really a gentle this is crazy and oxymoron but a gentle very sweet twenty two hundred pound ball lowered but.