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Fresh update on "stevie" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Long COVID if you have if you're boost a particularly with the new bivalent. So do it. Stick it in. As our. Yes. Margaret Cho are vaccine ambassador. Continues to rewind you. Seth, our homo of hope, here in LA. Hello, Seth. Good morning, sexy liberals. And Travis welcome back. Have I neglected to say how lovely you look today, by the way? Thank you very much. I appreciate it. In his fatherly cardigan. Yes, isn't that leave it to beaver dad cardigan? It's fabulous. Yes. Leave it to dad who doesn't like beaver cardigan? Exactly. I know. So here's what I'm so hopeful about. Number one, I don't believe the polls in Georgia to quote Stevie Nicks. I think a landslide is going to bring what the hell Herschel down. Yep. And also, I'm seeing people doing hard time and in fact, I'm picturing Josh hawley and Lindsey Graham in a cell together doing hard time and I just did you mean did you mean noted this aficionado Josh hawley? You totally get it happening a girl who gets me gets me. More than justice will be coming in. Let me tell you that. Yes. All right. Thank you all over. Anytime. That was helpful. That was really funny. I don't get the respect
Fresh update on "stevie" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Tom Paul. Dave Grohl's sound city is a fabulous documentary. You can't say it enough about the studio in LA where they did rumors and all that. And you get a sense of the desperation. They had when they put Buckingham next together with two base stalwarts mcvie and Mick Fleetwood and Christine and she was in blue. There's no question she was the glue, but I urge everyone to see Dave Grohl's documentary sound city. I think it's free on Amazon Prime. And there's a point a third of the way before Rick Springfield shows up. Fleetwood Mac shows up, this little Stevie Nicks was cleaning bathrooms. And they made room, but that rumors went before. But Christine McVie, they all say she's the one that made it happen. They're a little eyes to me, and that's one of the best things that Fleetwood Mac ever made. I went to one of their shows just pre-pandemic. I was blown away by how great musicians they were. It was two and a half hours
Fresh update on "stevie" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Born in England in 1943, Christine perfect was a session keyboardist and vocalist on Fleetwood Mac's second album before marrying bass player John mcvie and joining the band in 1970. In 1975, their self titled tenth album went global thanks to the addition of guitarist Lindsay Buckingham and then girlfriend Stevie Nicks, the breakout rockstar who wrote and sang landslide and Rhiannon. Both couples chronicled their breakups on their next album, rumors, as Lindsey wrote go your own way, Stevie wrote dreams and Christine wrote you make loving fun and don't stop
Fresh update on "stevie" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Underrated in that regard. No one really thinks about her in that way. But so she had all of this talent, but then, of course, she joined Fleetwood Mac, you know, she wrote some early hits for them. And then of course, when Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, Stevie Nicks. Hello, yeah, join the grip band. They just exploded. And even at that point, you know, Christine McVie was at the very heart of the band. It's very interesting with the two female singers, very different styles, very different people, evidently, you know, they were and remained good friends and they were part of and certainly Christine was part of what made Fleetwood Macs such as special band. Now, what was so famous about Fleetwood Mac, aside from their massive hit repertoire is the drama that surrounded the band Stevie Nicks and Lindsay bugging him and Mick Fleetwood and even Christie McVeigh married to bas John mcvie, but she seemed to be the most stable influence in that whole band. It's a kind of not a lot of competition in that regard, but yes, she probably was. She was married to John mcvie as you pointed out, John mcvie, of course, the Mac in Fleetwood Mac. And she was at the thick. She was in the middle of all of that turmoil, you know, that created the rumors album, you know, she had an affair with the band's lighting director, which created the song you make love and fun, which evidently she, you know, to sort of conceal it. And a little bit protect John's feelings told him that it was about her dog. Very quickly before we go, is there a favorite song for you? Well, I mean, I think the biggest one is maybe the best one, which is don't stop thinking about tomorrow. That's among the legendary songs that she wrote over my head, say you love me. Tell me lies, but don't stop is huge. And there's a lot of meaning in that song. And I think it represents her very well. And the clintons thank her for that too as well, right? Very true. Very true. There was a big song at that inauguration. As Rolling Stone magazine contributing editor Anthony decurtis, fell he was Sean and Hillary about the Fleetwood Mac co lead singer keyboardist and songwriter Christine McVie dying this week at 7 9. You are listening to one or 3.5 FM at WTO P dot com. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. Good Thursday morning you're working up to a new month, December 1st, four 45 in the morning, rob's turn once again this hour. The wizards lost their fourth straight road game one 13 one O 7 in Brooklyn and there were two main culprits, 25%, three point shooting and 11 missed free throws, which has to be frustrating in a 6 point loss, west on cell junior. It is, and no one's intentionally trying to miss free throws. But just have that level of concentration that you have an opportunity to get some free points to dead ball, so it allows you to set your defense and all those other layers. But those are missed opportunities. Local product, Kevin Durant, and kristaps porzingis each carry their dominant Monday performances into Barclays center as KD scored 39 points in 37 minutes in KP, led the ways with 27 points and a career high 19 rebounds. On the college hardwood, Georgetown came back from 22 points down in Texas tech, but fell to the red raiders 79 65, George Mason needed overtime, but beat hofstra to stay undefeated at home. VCU also for an O at home after beating Vanderbilt in a game in which commodores coach Jerry stackhouse lost his mind on an official during nap time. He was not only ejected, but also escorted out by security. GW Cruz to a second straight win, but Howard and navy lost their respective games. The WNBA unveiled its 2023 schedule and for the first time in its 27 year history each team will play 40 games. The mystics open at home May 19th against the New York liberty, they finish the season at New York on September 10th. Rob woodwork WTO sports. Rob is always four 46 on double DTP. Here at home a family and fairfax county locally pleading for the arrest of a man accused of killing their son, the reward for the info leading to an arrest in this case is actually got up. The reward for the arrest of 43 year old Q one Omar Braxton trot mcclain is now at $11,000. He's wanted for a deadly shooting that happened October 2nd, 31 year old Brandon whims was killed. I am broken. But that my child. Brendan's mother, Michelle whims. He was a good kid. A good son. He was not deserving of this vicious killing. Fairfax county police say the shooting was targeted and Trump McLean is likely still in the area. Major Ed. Surrender on your terms or be arrested on hours. Anyone with information about Trump maclaine should contact fairfax county police. Melissa Howell WTO penis. Four 47 Thursday morning a volcano emergency on Hawaii's big island, mauna loa is erupting for the first time in nearly 40 years. Mount alois previous eruptions have come close to wiping out communities, while people are not currently in danger
Fresh update on "stevie" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Coldest. A music great has died this week, Fleetwood Mac code lead singer. Keyboardist and songwriter Christine McVie were 79 her family says she passed away this week peacefully at a hospital after a short illness with family around. This morning Rolling Stone magazine contributing editor, Anthony the Curtis, remembers her. I knew of Christine McVie well before she joined Fleetwood Mac, you know, she was a figure on the scene in England who was in a blues band called chicken shack. She had earned a reputation very early as, you know, just a wonderful singer and a great keyboardist and pianist, you know, she's a little bit underrated in that regard. No one really thinks about her in that way. But so she had all of this talent, but then, of course, she joined Fleetwood Mac, you know, she wrote some early hits for them. And then of course, when Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, hello, yeah, join the group band. They just exploded. And even at that point, Christine McVie was at the very heart of the band. It's very interesting with the two female singers, very different styles, very different people, evidently, you know, they were and remained good friends and they were part of and certainly Christine was part of what made Fleetwood Macs, which is special band. Now, what was so famous about Fleetwood Mac, aside from their massive hit repertoire is the drama that surrounded the band, Stevie Nicks, and Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, and even Christina McVeigh married to bases John mcvie, but she seemed to be the most stable influence in that whole band. It's a kind of not a lot of competition in that regard, but yes, she probably was. She was married to John mcvie as you pointed out, John mcvie, of course, the Mac in Fleetwood Mac. And she was at the thick. She was in the middle of all of that turmoil, you know, that created the rumors album, you know, she had an affair with the band's lighting director, which created the song you make love and fun, which evidently she, you know, to sort of conceal it. And a little bit protect John's feelings told him that it was about her dog. Very quickly before we go, is there a favorite song for you? Well, I mean, I think the biggest one is maybe the best one, which is don't stop thinking about tomorrow. That's
2022 American Music Awards: See the Complete Winners List
"Taylor Swift won artist of the year at the American Music Awards for a 7th time Sunday in Los Angeles I'm Archie's are a lot of with the latest Taylor Swift won 6 awards out of the 6 for which he was nominated at the American Music Awards She says she was lucky enough to make music that she likes and fans embrace it so she makes more I have the fans to thank essentially for my happiness One of the showstoppers of the night was an all star tribute to Lionel Richie led by Stevie Wonder and Charlie puth on pianos Other winners include Beyoncé Bad Bunny Harry Styles BTS Kendrick Lamar and Morgan
"stevie" Discussed on Popcast
"Be honest, did you like part time lover when it came out? If you can feel very synthetic, did you like it? Or did you think it was a violation of the Stevie Wonder core tenets? In 1984 or whatever. 5 or just these safe space. 40 years of fast. I thought it was craftsmen like. I didn't think it was as no, really, but he's a great craftsman. So that's fine. But I didn't put it up there with living for the city. I didn't put it up there with superstition. It was like, oh, this is a nice Stevie Wonder song. It's catchy. Thank you. Maybe it's store brand living for the city kind of energy, or it's like a little bit stitched pretty tight. But on the other hand, I just called to say, I love you. Is it total earworm? And that song sneaks into my mental jukebox every so often. Great record, very pure song. Let's listen to a little bit of that in JP, I appreciate, as always, you coming to chat with us. I got a few notes after the midnight episode. Basically saying, why is there not more JP talking on this episode? So the streets need it. So we're here to feed that we're here to feed the streets.
Rapper Coolio dead at 59
"One of the biggest rap stars of the 1990s has died Julio is dead at the age of 59 the death of the rap stars being announced by his manager who says Coolio dined at the home of a friend in Los Angeles no cause given born artist Leon ivy junior Julio is best known for the song gangsters Paradise which sampled the 1979 Stevie Wonder hit pastime Paradise 1995 hit earned him a Grammy for best solo rap performance The song was also featured on the soundtrack for the Michelle Pfeiffer film dangerous minds Coolio was nominated for 5 other Grammys during his career Born near Pittsburgh Julio moved to Compton California where he attended community college he also worked as a volunteer firefighter and an airport security before forging himself a career in hip hop A Moscow's
AJ Remembers Waking up to 9/11
"Anyhow, without any more further ado, this is my story. About 9 11 and it's called fear and loathing in Middle America. It was somewhere on the edge of Zion national park with 400 miles of Utah ahead of us when the percocets finally kicked in. It was only 20 hours earlier. When my bedroom door was kicked open by my screenwriting partner, Neil gumbo. He just driven all night as he usually does from his home in Oakland, California. He turned on my TV when he arrived and saw the surreal footage of the first twin tower blown to pieces. Jesus fuck, Neil screamed as he ran into my bedroom and told me what was going down. It was not even ten minutes since the first coward flew the hijacked jet into tower one and my cell phone's mailbox was already at its capacity. I wiped the sleep from my eyes, kissed my girlfriend awake and punched my messages on. Neil and bessie did the same thing. And there we were. In the pitiful position too many of us transplanted New Yorkers found ourselves in that day. We all sat on the bed and listened to the terror filled and trembling voices of our friends and family back in New York City who were literally running from the smoke and horror. An ex-girlfriend called me screaming as she ran to a west village elementary school to pick up her 7 year old son. The same kid I held to my chest at night through his terrible twos and watched Jurassic Park some 400 times. There was even a quivering message from my ex-wife and childhood sweetheart wondering aloud if I was in the city that day before telling me she loved me, as she signed off with a heavy side. I finally lost it when my friend Jamie called from Virginia and cried that she hadn't heard from her husband John at all. And that's not like our boy John. John is a pilot for American Airlines. That's all he ever wanted to do. He'd been saying that since we were 15 years old, when we used to stand on tippy toes to spy on Jamie through the high school gymnasium windows, she would flirt with him during her balance being routine while Fleetwood Mac sang dreams. And suddenly, Stevie Nicks lyrics running hauntingly true to me. And the stillness of remembering what you had. And what you lost. It was the most pivotal, painful moment of truth of our lives. None of us knowing what would fall next. How many more would die? How many more breaths each of us had left?
Arkansas Officers Suspended With Pay After Beating Caught on Video
"I got to talk about the police officers out of Kansas, right? Arkansas, I want to say Kansas for some reason. I almost want to say our Kansas, but they are from Arkansas. It was a video that has gone viral, where it appears to be police officers just beating the mess out of somebody. In a 32nd clip. Let me just clarify this for the audience. Whenever you see a clip that's 30 6 seconds or whatever, I want you to pump the brakes. I don't care what's in the clip. I want you to pump the brakes and begin to ask questions. Now, the solution or the conclusion to your question asking and your research may inevitably be what you originally expected in the video. Or it may be something totally different. Pump the brakes, give it a couple taps on the brakes. And go back and think about these very crucial things. If I'm watching cops beat up a guy in the video, the video is only 34 seconds. Is the totality of the interaction only 34 36 seconds or whatever that clip was. The one I saw I think was 36 seconds. Is this the totality of the situation that has occurred? If the answer is no, then you have to ask a few more questions. You say, oh, that's interesting. Well, what happened before the video started? Because I know you know, and Stevie Wonder can see that police officers aren't just appearing out of thin air on top of a person beating them. Something must have happened before this point.
What Could the Uvalde Police Have Done to Prevent Massacre?
"They don't tell you that they saved 500 children and staff from the school three evacuation. They don't want to tell you that because the narrative has been set. Do I think the police officers could have done something differently? Yes, I do. Stevie Wonder can see that the police officer could have done something differently. Anytime you look at a situation in hindsight, there's always something to be improved on. Do I think those officers are cowards? No, I do not. If you've been shot at before, then you can tell somebody how they should react when they're getting shot at. But I think they should have done things differently. I do think in the very beginning of the video, let me just explain this. The kid goes into the school unobstructed and shoots over a hundred times into the classroom. A few minutes later, the police officers finally get to the hallway and they actually go all the way down the hallway to the door. They're in the hallway. They're physically assessing the threat. People had called them cowards initially. I don't think there's cowardice to go after the threat. Once they were shot at, I don't mind them retreating. Temporarily. But if you know that they were shooting, they shoot at you, you retreat, you have to find a way to re-engage, and it has to be with a sense of urgency.
"stevie" Discussed on Broken Record
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"stevie" Discussed on Broken Record
"You're great, you're this, you're that. You seem to be the one that can tell him what he needed to hear. You don't want this arrangement. Nebraska is not an album for the band. But that's a tough position to be in, because, you know, he can start to resent you. If you're right too often, he can be like, yeah, I'm a little sick of you being right. Well, the three fights we've had, I put in a book in great detail. Because of that, exactly what you're saying, you know? Nobody wants to really hear it, you know? But as I said, I felt it was an obligation as a friend to do that. I wonder what am I getting from it? Nothing but kicked out of the house. Kicked out of the band. You know? Well, and you did say at 83, you felt he had stopped listening. And so you left the band. That was the occasion when I left. Yeah, yeah. I left. I left myself. At that point. Then it was hard. You said you felt like you were being written out of history. Even though your own choice. Yeah, it was a kind of a spontaneous move that I felt compelled to do at the time. I'm not sure I really weighed the consequences of it. I just felt like, you know, I need to leave in order to preserve the friendship. The friendship was more important to me at that moment than my own career, so to speak, 'cause I never really I never really separated any of these things. I don't separate career from the art. You know what I mean from the friendship from the band. I mean, it's all it's all one thing, you know? I didn't quite realize it at that moment until it hit me on a plane flight to South Africa. That I didn't just change jobs. I just ended my life. And I would become a different person at that moment. I would become fearless in a way, which I think helped me in my research for South Africa and made me go a little bit deeper than I probably would have normally because I didn't care whether I lived or died. So when you when you stop caring about living, it has a funny liberating effect on you. Sorry, was that related to you leaving the band? You stopped caring with you lived or died or did you just feel you're in a more. I realized I worked for 15 years. To get to that point, we just started making money. We just successful for two years at that point. In a river with the first success, I produced most of born in the USA in 82 and I leave. So we had only been successful for a year or two after 15 years of work and I walked away and now what? You can start all over again, which is yes, that's what I had to do. I started over again and never never even approached the level of success that I walked away from it. We'll be back after a quick break with more from Stevie van zand..
"stevie" Discussed on Broken Record
"We're back with more of Stevie Van Zandt and Bruce had them. Let's go back a bit and talk about your relationship with Bruce Springsteen. When did you guys first meet? We met on the circuit, you know, the day before The Beatles played at Solomon. There was no bands in America the day after everyone had a band. And most of mostly most immersively stayed in the garage. But it doesn't of us got out. And we all knew each other because it was only literally a dozen bands if that in our area. So we all know each other. And then I started going to the village. I don't know an hour on the bus, but it was, you know, exotic. You know, it was unusual thing to do. I don't even know what would have occurred to me to do that. And they were thought about this before. But anyway, I started doing it and going to the cafe wall and you'd see bands all afternoon and then I'd come home Saturday night. And you would see things that were a year ahead of where New Jersey was. So I would, you know, steal what I could steal and use it with my band, you know? And I started running at the Bruce. Do the same thing. You are thinking about it now. It's pretty weird, you know? We've not only going the same part of town in New York City, but we're going to think club. It was dozens of clubs. So we got friendlier because of that and it started coming up to the city together and I go into his house and he started playing these songs, these writing. He was that far ahead. He was writing even then. You describe him as being very focused. Yeah, he's the most focused guy ever. He just knew exactly where he was going. He knew he and nothing was going to stop him. Nothing because there was no other. There really was no plan B for people like us. I mean, I was a little bit more, you know, I was a little bit more social than he was, you know, I took a bunch of jobs. You were construction. He never did that. Yeah, yeah, no. I don't know if he ever had any other job..
"stevie" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Rock. It's gotta be something I could listen to while I'm heading to the beach. Okay. Okay. Next question. There's more. Care is more. Do you want to fly jets? No. Yes or no. No. Well, like if I were presented with the opportunity, yes, but do I want to fly jets for regularly? No. You have no, you don't have a dream of like, I want to fly at Gulfstream, G 700. So badly. Really? There's something special about GA and vintage airplanes and just the being able to fly into breakfast into any airport. It's that's what's special to me, I think. Okay. And that may change, you know, maybe I'll get interested in jets later on once I've exhausted every JA option out there, but we'll see. Okay. Last question, since you know I'm the FBO cookie king. Here is my important final question, Stevie. Okay. Out of all the FBOs that you've ever been to. Who has the best cookies? I think the is it a millionaire at Burbank? They're amazing. They're so good. They're so good. They're definitely up there. They're not number one, but they're top 5. What's number one? Oof. I would probably say Burlington Vermont. Heritage aviation, they make incredible. Chocolate chip cookies. It's like amazing. Amazing. Well, if you think so, then obviously. But funny, speaking of the Burbank story, one of my most popular videos was actually I went to go grab the cookies from millionaire Burbank. And I've been forgotten in the FBO. And then as I'm taxing out, I'm like, okay, I'm just gonna go grab my cookies 'cause I literally thought they were right next to me. And I'm like, oh crap, I haven't got my cookies in the FBI. And it was tragic. I was heartbroken, but that was at millionaire Burbank because I was so heartbroken because as now this bay flight knows, it is, they are the best. They're great cookies. They're amazing. Cool. Well, as we wrap this up, I just want to pass it to you, Stevie and so you can give a little shout out to your social media platforms because I know you're on a lot where can people find you, I'm sure everyone is already following you, but if they haven't checked out Stevie, where can they find you? So I'm on Instagram as bay flight that's bay flight, not BAE flight. People really get that mixed up. I get that a lot. People do get it mixed up. TikTok is the one and only plain girl. And on Instagram, I'm sorry. And my YouTube is just my first name last name Stevie treason. If you look up Stevie bonanza, I'll probably pop up. Pop up. Awesome. I'll definitely if you haven't give a stevia follow on those three platforms very, very good. All very different. And again, just want to say a big thank you to Justin for having me as the guest host and allowing me to have Stevie on Stevie. Thank you so much for coming on. This has been a lot of fun and you're just great. So thank you. Yeah, thank you for having me. And just for Justin, go blue. Thank you for watching the pilot to pilot podcast. I was your guest host, citation max. I want to give a big thank you to Justin to pilot for having me on the podcast this week as a guest host. So it was a big honor for me. So I really do appreciate Justin. I also want to say a huge congratulations to Justin and his whole family on the newborn adorable baby Emmett. I wish you and your family only the best and a very, very prosperous future. Thanks so much to everyone for listening this week. Everyone take care. Be well. We'll talk to you soon. AV nation that is a wrap of the pie at the pilot podcast. Guest host edition. I don't know if this one through 5. I'm just recording one full swoop for all of this. So this applies to all of them, but thank you so much for the guest hosts for coming on. It was a blast to show this podcast with him. I have listened to each episode and they're all great. Great content. And I'm so thankful for them. Come on, and let me take this break while my wife and I take care of our newborn son. But check out files, coffee, check out part of the pilot, leave a review on iTunes. If you already did, leave another review. Check out Spotify. There is a rumor that reviews are coming soon on Spotify, so check that out when we review as well. But aviation hope you're having a great day and as always, happy fun..
Brady throws for 368 yards, 4 TDs; Bucs beat Falcons 30-17
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"stevie" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"Washington Post. Before we before we get to the second half of the book, though, and you were sort of anticipating my next question is when you left the band because you wrote that occasionally you need to be untethered. You wrote that once you did that, you were, quote, persona, totally non grata, that when you, when you left the band, despite not publicizing any, there was no bad blood, but you say you were seen as a traitor. Virtually by everybody did that surprise. How surprised by that were you and how difficult was that? Yeah, I wasn't thinking of the consequences. You know, when I did it, so they slowly appeared, you know? The month started to follow I realized people were treating me differently. And, you know, I was losing all my Friends. And the fans and friends all started to think of me as a trader for leaving the band at that time. And so there was no real encouragement. They didn't see me as a legitimate artist of my own, because I hadn't really revealed that I was one yet. So it was a lot of confusion about that. And negative sort of reaction, you know, not from Bruce said nice things about me on stage, you know and says something nice on the board to born the USA album cover. You know, he was very encouraging, actually, even though he was disappointed that I wasn't taking that trip into superstardom, you know. You know, it wasn't disappointment. And it was a big, you know, an awkward moment in our relationship. But everybody else took it much more seriously and much more negatively and that would remain so for a while. Right. You used a phrase. People didn't see you as a legitimate artist. And yet, after you left, after you left the band, you recorded a series of critically acclaimed albums in the 80s. And you rallied some of the biggest names in music to fight South African apartheid on the protest classic sun city. This was in 1985. But you never found maybe two year point. You never found a mass audience. How difficult was that for you? Well it kind of still is, you know? And hence the title of the book. You know, because, you know, I've had some amazing successes and I believe me. I am absolutely grateful about them. And I'm not whining and complaining about it. But again, I wanted to focus a little bit on that universal theme of everybody suffers some frustration and disappointment in their lives. You know, I think everybody does. And in my case, you know, my most personal solo work has never found a big audience, you know, to this day. So that's not the question. The question is not are you going to experience disappointment and frustration in your life? The question is, what do you do with that? What do you do when that happens? No. And so I wanted that theme to really carry the book, you know, because everything I've done has happened since I left the E street band. You know the 5 solo albums that The Sopranos lilyhammer busted Mandela out of jail, et cetera, et cetera, all of that happened afterwards. You know and, you know, as much as you can say, well, I wish I could have done both. I wish I could have stayed and done all those things. That's really not very realistic, you know, in the end. So after that massive disappointment and big mistake at the time, felt like a big mistake leaving you know, I would end up finding a way to move forward and get some things done. And I think that's hopefully useful to people and maybe even inspiring. We'll see. You know, let's talk about this. Let's talk about The Sopranos. Because you wrote about seeing David chase back in the late 90s, who thought you would be perfect for the role of cilia Dante on his new drama series, The Sopranos. How did that come about? Especially considering you'd never acted before. The minor problem. Yeah. Yeah, he saw me doing I was completely out of the business by then. Walking my dog, and they chose me to induct the rascals in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which happened to be the first time that ceremony was broadcast. You know, so destiny was definitely at work here. And David chase is flicking around with the remote. Stops on that channel by, you know, by accident, whatever. And I did like a little, I don't know, three, four minute comedy kind of comical induction. And he was looking for new faces for his was going to be his last TV show. He had been in TV for a long time. And this was it. He wanted to start making movies, so this was going to be his last TV show. And he wanted it to be different. He wanted new faces. He was going to break all the rules. And so he calls me out of the blue. So, you know, we want to be in my new TV show. And I was like, man, that's so nice, you know? But no, no thanks, you know. I'm not an actor. And he was like, oh, yes, you are, you know? Just, you know, come on down. So I went down and you know, he actually wanted to cast me as Tony Soprano, which was luckily cooler heads prevailed. You know, an HBO wouldn't let him do it. And so luckily, we got the right, we got the right Tony Soprano, with Jimmy gandolfini. But at a certain point, 'cause everything was happening so fast. I said to him, David, I got to tell you, I'm feeling a little guilty about taking an actor's job. You know, these guys work so hard. My wife's a real actor. I saw her go to school for years, acting classes. And, you know, off Broadway and off Broadway. I said, you know, it's not right for me to come in here and take an actor's job, you know? So he said, okay, I'll tell you what, then I will write you in a part because it doesn't exist. So you're not taking anybody's job, you know? And what do you want to do? And I said, well, I had a treatment about this cat Sylvia Dante, independent hitman, he worked in he had a club, like the old copacabana, you know, kind of lived in the past. Big bands and you know catskills comics and dancing girls and 5 families had all had their tables in the club, kind of like a mafia version of Casablanca, you know? So he went away back in day or two later and said, well, you know, that's cool, but we can't afford it. So we'll make it a strip club. And you'll run the strip club for the family, you know. And that became the by the bang and so I joined on that basis of not having been really written into the pilot with sort of a new character and I wrote, I wrote a biography of the character and saying that him and Tony were best friends and grew up together, not even thinking that I was 20 years older. You know, I'm still 25 forever in my mind. But you know and I shared it with the writers and David was kind of picking up on relationship between me and Jimmy gandolfini. When we bought it very quickly, you know, I think because we were both more comfortable being side men and in his case a character actor, you know? And I think we kind of bonded that way. And so slowly, along somewhere in that first season, my character became the underboss, you know, the console Yeti, which was an important role in the mafia family that actually didn't exist in the pilot. So it was kind of a vacuum that character ended up filling. And being the only guy and being the only guy who doesn't want to be the boss, you know, somebody that the boss can really trust, you know? And so it slowly it's only became the relationship that I had with Bruce in real life. And so that became very comfortable for me as an actor acting the first time. I knew exactly what those dynamics are all about. In one sentence, what do you want people to take away from your book? Well, I hope that people can find it useful, it's more than a book about a music guy. It's more than a book for musicians, I think. And I hope people take away the fact that life sometimes doesn't work out the way you plan, but that doesn't mean you should give up on it. You know, you gotta keep moving forward and seeing what you can do to just realize your potential in its world and try and find find your way, find a purpose, you know? And I think that's what in the end that's the story that gets told. Stevie Van Zandt, I have all these questions about teach rock and your little Stevie's underground garage and SiriusXM and the prequel for The Sopranos, but we are totally out of time. So I want to thank you very much for coming to Washington Post live and remind everyone the name of your memoir is unrequited infatuation. Stevie, so great to meet you. Thanks again for coming to Washington Post slide. You two Jonathan, my pleasure..
"stevie" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"Since the mid 1960s, from touring the world with Bruce Springsteen in the E street band to being Tony Soprano's right hand man and his work as an activist. Stevie van zant's life's journey has taken him to places many of us can only dream of, but it didn't come easily. The question is not are you going to experience disappointment and frustration in your life? The question is, what do you do with that? Stevie Van Zandt talks about it all as we discuss his new book unrequited infatuations a memoir. In this conversation, first recorded on September 28th for Washington Post live, van Sant takes us on that journey through such wonderful and unvarnished storytelling, you'll feel like you're sitting with him in a booth at hostel's diner. Stevie van zant, welcome to Washington Post live. Nice to be with each other. I'm a big fan of yours. And it's very nice to meet you and you know I think you tweeted at me tweeted at me once. And I was like, wait, Steven Vincent follows me on Twitter. So this is a thrill to meet you at least virtually. So let's talk about your book. Why did you decide that now was the time to release a memoir? Well, I think it was partly opportunity. I mean, the quarantine, you know, suggested that we were going to be home for a while. So I have new managers. I never had managers my whole life, and I just acquired some managers and they were like, why don't you write a book, you know? So I thought, you know, maybe it's the right time. You know, while I still remember like, you know, 20% of my life maybe. I better run better write it down now. Before it's all gone and I also happen to have the most the three most productive years of my life right before the quarantine. 2017, 1819, I put out two new albums sold fire and summer of sorcery and did two world tours with the disciples of soul. And ended up releasing like 6 album packages that was an amazing amazingly productive time. And I reconnected with my life's work with my music work, which I hadn't, I hadn't really done that in over 20 years. You know, I started acting and then Bruce put the band back together and before you know it 20 years went by. And I kind of abandoned my own works. So I was reconnecting to my to my music. I think really helped me have some closure for that part of my life. So what was the most important thing you wanted to share about your life? Well, it's not so much my life as much as the things I've observed and the things I've seen and the history that I lived with. I only missed the first decade of rock and roll, you know? I only missed the 50s. So I was a kid in a 60s watching it all happen. And it was such an extraordinary time. I refer to it as a renaissance period and I mean that I don't believe that type of ball. I'm feeling the most amazing and greatest art being made is also the most commercial. You know, you have yourself a renaissance. And growing up that time, I wanted to I wanted to share that share that 60s experience with people who missed it. And right into the 70s, which was just a glorious time to be alive. And we were really the luckiest generation. And I'm the luckiest of the luckiest generation. Well, I want to jump, I'm going to jump into the 60s and rock and roll, because in the book. You wrote about the process of trading in your devotion to the baptist, the baptist religion for an obsession with rock and roll and more specifically groups like The Beatles and Rolling Stones influenced you. Explain how there were many fans around back then Jonathan. I know it sounds it sounds weird to say that, but you know, we had a lot of individual stars, you know, coming from the 50s, you know, the bodega leads and chuck berries. And we had a lot of doo wop groups, harmony groups. But they weren't that many bands. And so I wasn't that interested in show business. I wasn't that interested in the individual so much. You know, I was buying a few singles and enjoying the records. But I never really had a connection to any of the artists. Until The Beatles came and suddenly, you know, he was a band. And they were followed by 15 more terrific bands. We call it the British invasion. And that communicated something different to me. And I think to all of us. Four or 5 guys singing and playing was unusual. I mean, if you went to your high school dance, you saw an instrumental group. You know, there was nobody singing. And you know, and basically the communication of friendship and family and community was really the communication that turned me on. And I wanted that as a as a lifestyle, more that more than the show business aspects of it. But I always combined The Beatles and stones because The Beatles were just too perfect. They were a revelation of this whole new idea of being in a band. But they were so good. We only caught them halfway through the career. You know, they were already fantastic. And then The Rolling Stones came four months later, and they made it look easier than it was and you know, they kind of wore what they felt like, you know, kind of like the first punk band. And so how I like to refer to it as The Beatles introduced a brand new world to us and The Rolling Stones invited us in. Oh, that's terrific. You know, Stevie, I don't know if you heard the rustling after I asked that last question. Your book fell out of my lap. Because I want to ask you about something that you wrote. You just talked about The Beatles, and you talked about Rolling Stones. But in your book, you also write about Little Richard and you write Little Richard Little Richard was the embodiment and archetype of the philosophy of rock and roll freedom. My man, his flamboyant, multi sexual androgyny said, you can be whoever you want to be. He turned rock into an art form that only not only tolerated reinvention but demanded it. And here's the line that jumped out at me. He opened his.
Episode 32: Top Five LPs From 2001 ...John's #4
"Years old. it's survivor from destiny's child and i will tell you why because i'm glad you asked. This album has some of the rock to that. Maybe you wouldn't expect me to be as a rock guitarist to be. You know jumping towards this particular album but the title track survivor. Which you've heard on the radio. A lot is a great fine crafted pop song with beyond say and and the team there providing that three part vocal delivery they do so well there was a it was a michael jackson tribute tv show. That came out in two thousand one when destiny's child was kind of a relatively new act and they did a live version of boot delicious. Which with real guitars at three guitar players and drummer and you know porn section. And they of course the beginning of that song has that stevie nicks edge of seventeen a guitar part that they lifted but they played it so raw. Live and i remember watching beyond say looking at michael jackson taunting in nevada to boot. Alicia vol bang right adam. And he's kind of taken aback. Oh beyond say it but it was. It was powerful. And all i can say is. I didn't have the album until i saw that particular cut of that special with destiny's child doing booty leashes and i thought this song pretty rock. It's it's a rock and song. Yes it's a dance song assets movement or whatever you want to say but there's a rock sensibility to it. That made me love the band and of course gone onto become a huge beyond say fan she just an amazing artist in totality. But this shows her some of her rock and best and if you followed her career at all you've seen like when she's done live shows vegas residencies whatever. She has a full band four guitars full. Everything and generally they're mostly female. She hires musicians to back her up on tour. So there's just too much not to like about this record survivor from destiny's child my number full
‘The Metallica Blacklist’ Is an Enormous Tribute to an Enormously Influential Album
"Thirty years ago. In nineteen ninety-one the california heavy metal band metallica released its fifth studio album. The record was simply called metallica but earned the nickname the black album. Thanks to its mostly black. Cover to songs on. The black album. Represented a shift from metallica. They were more accessible melodic than the epic heavy metal shredders. The band was known for and music. Fans aided up the black album debuted at number one on the billboard. Two hundred the records. I single enter. Sandman reached number sixteen on the hot one. Hundred singles chart and over. The last thirty years has become an anthem. Used pump up crowds at sporting events in stadiums. All over the world now. A collection of songs called the metallica blacklist celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of metallica's black album it features stevie bridges my morning jacket kamasi washington and fifty other artists covering tracks from the black album.
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"The ten, ten. That's a ten. I've been sitting here for an hour and waiting to play the whole time. That's appropriate. Appropriate. Wonderful, wonderful. Yeah, so hold on. Let me just, I gotta ask this question though, because what do you said this and I don't know, I don't know. Have we ever discussed this? But who is more talented as a musician than Stevie Wonder? Man, that's a very good question to explore because the best artists aren't necessarily the best musicians. Like, you know, you could point out rappers that are the best artists in their field, but if you hand Nas a flute, he can not play that very well. You know, if you hand, I don't know, Eric Clapton a piano. He's not gonna sound as good as Stevie Wonder on the piano. So that's actually a really good question. Who is a better musician than Stevie Wonder? You can throw anything at Stevie Wonder and he's going to play it. I saw a group of him playing a guitar. He's incredible, man. And it sounds hilarious. He's like a ten second clip, and he's like, that's awesome. Yeah, I don't know, man. I can't answer that. I have no idea. I don't think. And I'm going to keep thinking about it. I might have to obsess about this now. But who's better than Stevie? Just like on pure musicianship and skill. I'm pure talent and skill level. But so if someone who's like a cross instrumentalist, I can multi instrumentalists. I mean, I think that in short count, I would definitely take that into account. Right. Because I can think of like some really obviously like names come to mind that are just amazing at their instrument, but I think but set Stevie apart is just how he's able to play multiple instruments. But also I mean, yeah, like this was like his show the last three albums that we listened to. It was like, Stevie, you had personnel helping him, but he was the band. He was a buck stopped with him. Nobody was telling him what to do. You know, you can get into like so yeah, I guess you'd have to look for like a single music like this prince play,.
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"In terms of themes for this album, were you all happy with the range that he explored of themes? Do you feel like you wish he escaped the love theme more? Was it too much of the God stuff, like, enough about black people? Like, how did y'all feel about his exploration of themes here? How could Stevie Wonder have done better? Or did he just get it right? And there's nothing more to say about it. And he got it, right? I think that first off the title of the album is beautiful. And bam. Songs in the key of life. And, you know, walking into it, you're already, you know, we're already warm to Stevie. The first couple albums before this. So you kind of feel like did you just walk through? You know, he went from this stage and then he got a little bit more individual. I mean, he was totally individual really with music on the night, but he was exploding as like a solo artist and then it kind of got a little bit more explored. And then with talking book. And then yeah, this was just like it was conscious. It was, you know, a still Stevie with spit and love and love songs and but he's like exploring true human feelings and instincts, and fears and he was very very relatable in a deeper sense, you know, it wasn't like superficial. I didn't think, you know. And you think of the key and the key of key of life, you know, how many notes make up a key, you know, and it's just that you could just be like, once you start wondering about that and key of life, how many know it's make up a key sadness joy fear, you know? Love, you know, it's just you kind of going down this warm rabbit hole of self exploration. You kind of just guide you along. But he's not really holding your hand and pushing you he's not jamming you down there. He's just, you know, swallowing you up, but the music. And the music's just so palate. So like easy. And it wasn't anything really edgy. A couple item conclusion was a little bit on the edge of your jammy rocky side. I was like, didn't know if I was at a fish concert. You know what I mean?.
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"Because there's so many. There's so many. I know I love the breakdown on I wish I know when it gets into the breakdown and he does some like, oh oh, like vocal layers, I thought that was fucking immaculate. Damn, you know, how do you even answer this question, bro? It's just so phenomenal all the way through man. I do love the vocal layers of this at the intro track. Love is a needle love. So good. That's one of the most that's one of the catchiest phrases in music that I feel like I've ever heard in my life. Yeah, the apex of the album for me. Beyond everything else, it's an easy question for me. It was the breakdown and as it comes back in with the groth gruffness. I was like fucking. Wow, I just blown away because it just like weird. Weird connection, but like there's a jam sequence a little, it's not like a full on bam, but this just the phrase and the role the role it's coming and then all of a sudden that the heaviness comes back in for a quick verse monologue. It's just like a change of character. And it just like, it's just so explosive and it's punctuated by a sweet voice and it's like I forgot the lyric. And I will always love you or I love you. So it just Stevie just comes back in with the love with the high voice and just really whipped cream cherry right at the end of that. But that song just the chord structure is beautiful. Just I'm sorry, the change is otherworldly. So the songs already up in like the clouds and then yeah, that was just such a flavor twist. Definitely for me, I mean, that then there's other little bits and pieces throughout the album that I thought were pretty nifty, but nothing else is a candle to that change that caught me by surprise. And I was like, this might be my favorite Stevie Wonder song. Yeah. To me, there are plenty of songs in this album that I would rate 9s and tens. And I can't find a number to rate as to me as from the second best song starts to the second end. You know, I'm transported. Out of body experience, listening to that song. And I'll tell you exactly why. Some of my favorite moments in music are when there's this layering happening where the instrumentation, the lyrics and the tone are all working together to communicate the same message. Like the lyrics, okay, I kind of understand what the vision is going. The instrumentation. Oh, it's kind of moving with the same effect and then the tone all collide. I have to read this because to me it is so beautiful and so much. There's so much poetry here. And during this part, he's coming back from the hook, and he's having the background vocals, do some really beautiful. And the line is as today I know I'm living but tomorrow. Could make me the past that I mustn't fear. For all no deep in my mind, the love of me I've left behind, 'cause I'll be loving you always. There are so many dense, beautiful phrases in that song. But in that particular moment, it's just a crescendo. It's just a blast, man. It's incredible that he's able to layer things like that. And I wish I could say it only happens there..
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"Sales, Grammy, what do you want to do? What do you want to do? I'll take the Grammy, but I'll also take the money too, but I'm sure Stevie had a lot of it. So some pretty remarkable feats going into just the whole creation of this album was ridiculous. Over a hundred artists contribute on here. Stevie's ex-wife makes another appearance her be Hancock, and then a bunch of other people that I'm not super familiar with, but just an incredible lobby. There's a lot of them. There is a lot of them. And this album is considered to be the crescendo culmination, the conclusion of Stevie Wonder's boring. Classic period of Stevie Wonder first album was listening to music on my mind. Then we listened to talking book and now we're listening to the 1976 songs in the key of life. There's so many different places that we can go with this album. And beauty is really in the simplicity. So I want to just start off how did this album make you feel? Did you ask that question though? Because one of the questions that I wrote down is what color is do you guys see? Which I feel can be translated to how it makes you feel. And as far as how it makes me feel, it makes me feel joyous for the most part. I want to make me find the positive and even the negative bullshit that we go through on a day to today basis. You know, this album is a perfect example of that, you know, being someone like Stevie Wonder and, you know, his, you know, obstacles. And still finding the absolute beauty. There's so many beautiful songs on this album, yo. In instrumentation alone, but then the lyrics and the content. There's so many layers of goodness. You know? And yeah, it makes me it makes me feel really fucking good, man. It really does, yeah. The days are better listening to this album and Stevie Wonder in general. A 100%, it was a very warm album. You know, my biggest going all the way back to music of my mind was you know, this sounds a saturated. It seems like it's way too much talking book was much more refined. And then this one just takes talking book and just brings it up like a whole different bar. It just raises the bar. Very, it's explosive, it's exploratory. It's very warm. It made me feel at home. I felt good. I felt yeah, I felt pretty relaxed. Stress free..
Whats the Best Advice You've Ever Received?
"I wonder what the very best piece of advice you've ever received was. Oh that's so easy. I can't believe very asking me that influence now. I really want to know the best advice i've ever received was approximately one point five years ago when an angel from heaven visited me and said stephen life is short. And if you know what's good for you you will ask angela duckworth to make a podcast with it. Most of the questions. That was not the best piece of advice you've ever received. I think it was an angel from heaven. It might actually just been our executive producer. Okay you will have to tell me the second best piece of advice i ever received then. The advice that comes to mind is something that happened. When i was quite young i was maybe eleven. Twelve years old. I grew up in upstate. New york kind of middle of nowhere and our dad had died when i was about ten and so it was rural but people really did look each other. There came to emerge a pattern. Where men who were not my father would contact my mom and say hey. Would you like me to take little stevie out for an adventure of some kind and it was almost always fishing. That's what people did so there was this one guy. His name was bernie dusk quits. He was the barber in the town and bernie took me out on a boat in this lake. One day we were trying to catch you know the big fish and we were getting nothing. We're getting no bites and this went on for like an hour. To and i was bored but i was also very polite and obedience. I didn't say like this sucks. Onboard just sat there kept fishing then it started to rain. Really hard and bernie does quits drove the boat in towards the shore under some trees to be protected from the rain and all the sudden we started catching all these fish. But they're little fish too little to keep. But i was having a blast. Then the sun comes out and bernie dusk quits pulls up anchor and drives right back out into the middle and even though i was kind of quiet and shy and obedient. I said hey what are we doing. This is the best fishing spa ever and he said these are just little fish. We don't wanna keep catching them. It's not really worth the time. Let's go catch real fish so we went back out. We never caught a real fish. We literally sat there for another two hours. Catching nothing but the lesson. I took away after much. Rumination was that sometimes it is really a good idea to go for the big fish to not be satisfied with the little easy target in front of you. Even if you spend a lot of your time pursuing the big goal and it doesn't work out and that's something that i don't know for some reason that day stuck with me long enough that i was able to process it and as an adult think about that all the time. It's one of the reasons. I really fell in love with economics. One of the central tenets of economics is opportunity. Cost right if you spend all your time catching the little fish. You won't have time or developed the technique or the patients to ever catch the big ones. I think it's the best single piece of advice that's ever been sent my way.
"stevie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"With the help of inexperienced. Better help professional. All right you guys moving onto the good word of the week spotty spazzy cakes this week l. Spazzy what's on your heart this week. Well you know. I was actually listening to the radio and this conversation started coming up about you know singles and we always get asked questions to from single people like you know. Do you have any good advice. I'm single. I'm waiting for mr destino. Anybody by the way that maybe he could introduce me to i. I just see that there is this hunger in the single community to feel that longing to want to be with somebody. And i think that's in everyone's heart you want to find your better half right. what i surely felt too was that you know we're all we even married. Couples experience seasons of singleness meaning. How many married couples do you know who. I even have friends and even myself where i goes through seasons where i feel lonely. You know You experiences where you feel alone where you feel kind of isolated in single so. It's like this idea that marriage is going to fill this void of that emptiness right that you long for that. You're looking for somebody to fill in a person that doesn't necessarily mean that's going to be the case when you're married you know. I think it's important if anybody is single out there to know that he even when you're married and you have that special person you will still always be searching for more and not. That's not to say that that person isn't your significant better half that they're not the one but i think so often. We look towards people. Filling certain expectations and emotional needs that we forget that. Really nothing on in this world is going to fill that right that void. There's only one person ultimately right. And that's god and that's understanding the love of god knowing you know jesus and jesus coming here and even for me. I realized that in my journey from being single right Not having someone in my life and in that season of searching you know it was important for me to understand like that need and that desire is never going to be filled by a person ever. It's understanding that yes. Jesus died right so that blood was shed so that i could have that relationship with god. It's that bridegroom right a relationship and so when i met you stevie right in the midst of all of this. It was incredible. Because i realized that there were going to be seasons. Where you and i we were gonna struggle. You know there's going to be seasons where i felt lonely. Whether that's navigating motherhood or whatever and even in marriage there's still that feeling of like. I'm longing and i'm searching are meeting to fill this void and i always reminded that it's because in this world. We fixate right on people and things to fill that void and it's just not going to happen in even in that singleness even in marriage. I always go back to right. God is god is the ultimate provider. He's going to fill that space. And i need to stay in tune with that and not obsess over the things that i think is gonna fill that and therefore it takes that pressure off of you to having always be that and vice versa. And then lastly. I wanted to add to that even when you're married. I think it's really interesting that when you're getting ready to leave this world here comes the serious dark traumatic visual usually one of you leaves before the other one of you passes which means i'm going to be a single again. You're gonna be single again and earlier and there's always that you know you understanding that singleness that feeling it's like that is always going to be something that's coming and going right so we have to know how to prepare ourselves right before and during and win those feelings start to arise a feeling that singleness while even just bringing up that i mean. That's the very sad fact you know is that's the truth you know towards the end of your life but you know you can't walk away from those truths and i remember before right before i met you. I probably a week before i met you. I just went through the whole year. Of like i had broken up with my first serious relationship with like a year and a half of just kind of trying to figure myself out I remember in that season. I was really growing close to god. God was my dependency. I moved away from all of my friends in college and just really had a lot of questions about my life. When i was doing you know and i was really struggling With being single in that season being away from all of my support groups and so i was truly single. I was like i was out. There was a low wolf in a new place but no friends. And i'm like god. I need you and so i was spending a lot of time with lord and it's funny as i was pressing in I felt like he was showing me like your relationship with me. Has to be number one. Everything else comes second. And that's actually a good thing because guess what i'm i'm the one who fills the void like you said. I'm the one who charges your batteries. I'm the one who who shows you how to love. You know what i mean. Because he is the perfect example. And so i remember right before i met you. I gone through that season. And i struggled and i cried out. You know and all this stuff. And i remember hats conversation with myself in the car. I was like i am happy. Happy right now as i am alone and you can be happy when you're ella thing is society has worn painted. This picture that you're if you're single and especially if you're of age to be like quote unquote married. It's like people. Put the pressure in the time lines and everything on you and it's ridiculous because here's the thing you can be single and happy but you could also be looked like married and feeling lonely and feeling single in your marriage. It's like which one would you rather have like. I read something funny. It's his head. It was from like a single is like a column and he wrote in there and he said you know every time when i met a wedding right anytime. Somebody like nudges over and says to me. you're next. You know he said i tried. I you know try next time. You're at her funeral. Were going getting back at that person. And saying you're next you know like okay. Wait a return that we seriously though you know i was gonna say i was gonna say that right when i right when i had that realization i met you like the next week i was like i just got here right. You're ready you're ready. I really was. And i feel like that's significant because i think there's so many people out there who are just they just they're like now i don't wanna. I don't wanna address own baggage. I forget about. I don't wanna look at myself. I find this person on find somebody who's gonna make me happy. He's gonna make me happy. No one's gonna make you happy. You know what i mean you need to. You need to love yourself for who you are right now. Love yourself for you are and then you can love the person that comes into your y. I completely agree. And you guys can absolutely speak to this. Point here in You know just because says on is in a bad mood doesn't mean that stevie walks up and magically. You're no longer in that mood anymore. Right just in a bad mood. Something happened to his in his day. Just i mean yes. That person helps the end of the day. You're right and they can help you work through your mental foot but at the end of day you're right you're in control of your own happiness that's ryan. You're responsible to stay in tune with that. Those feelings and emotions are deceitful. Emotions can sway us either. Which way and so being able to recognize like okay this emotion. That i'm feeling right now. Let me decipher it right. Lemme figure out. Why do i feel this way. And instead of unpacking those emotions and just allowing society that make you feel guilty for being single or for you to feel the ticking time bomb over your head about oh god. I'm reaching this age. And i need to have kids by this asian i that is so worldly and we need to get out of that okay because i believe in the promises that god has for each and every single one of our lives. God knows the desires in our hearts the things that we want more than anything. And if like steve said if we could just show up and do our part and let the unknowns let those unknowns unravel how they will unravel trust god with the unknowns and do what you can't everyday to show up to be the best version of you..
"stevie" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Cuz that guy talk about telling a story and it is an appositive one. It's a sad story. Nobody lives. Slice-of-life taxi Cat's in the Cradle song. Famous. Harry, Chapin songs about people that have been terrible Life Choices. They're always Sumsung. It's just a bad idea. What so we took in an hour so far, there's are their stories you want to tell are there things that you have not told me about anything. You wonder marrying him concerts from I dead. You know, I just there's not necessarily a story, I can think of but I will say that when I have I have dated some relatively uncreated. Although that's probably be unfair. Shout out to All My Exes. May they be blessed and move on but it was German. Thank you next. Thank you next hardcore, but they have you know, when they want to be like home with a, you know, creative gift for me, they'll do they'll find out what my favorite movie is or my favorite whatever and they'll do that. Not one of them. None of all of the dude's I have dated has ever done anything in relation to Stevie Wonder and you can't keep that dude's name out of my mouth. Now granted. I'm not like every day like Stevie Wonder, see if you want. I'm not an insane person. Well, I'm a little insane, but I'm not like that. So how long he's been in the conversation. Yes, and it's it's probably playing in the background a fair amount of time. For sure is most of the time. So hence the wage. They are not subtle Jackie. They are not subtle and no one has ever done anything. And I'm not, you know, I'm not trying to be a brat. Like I'm grateful for every gift I get but like, yes, you can't get me a tee shirt that says I love Stevie. What took you there? Nothing nothing. So I would say like not a story but an energetic requests or anyone. The dates me in the future. Do something clever with my guy before he, you know, shuffles off the Earth. And this Mortal coil is Mortal for your brand. New brought you to the to that show. Yeah, that was incredibly long. Yes. Yes, like someone who gets you and was like, this might blow her mind and see if it does and it and it did it did. Yeah. And it was the same thing about that was that was so lovely is because of where we were seated. There weren't a ton of people around us cuz we were just kind of up so we got to dance the whole time at that concert. And that's, you know, that's my favorite shit off. And so dancing to my future husband whilst he serenaded just me and no one else and told me I love Leah was which oh, you know what? I will tell you this cuz most people don't know this. Another reason. I absolutely love him is because Isn't She Lovely wasn't about, you know, his wife or a girlfriend or whatever..
"stevie" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Oh, no. I was just going to ask how, how that affected how you became a fan. Like, what's the name? Yeah. Yeah. So it's a great question. I. So I there were a couple of songs where I I think the reason I fell in love with him was because I was so convinced that he was singing to me. Like I was like, oh you wrote the song for me. Like talk about egoic experience with music, but I was like, thank you Stevie like yes, I am. Lovely. Thank you for saying that, you know, like so long after listening to like once in my life is my favorite song of all time of his and then okay, and she lovely Falls right under there and and so those two songs off, because they were so joyful and happy, they I for sure, connected that way. But my dad, my dad's best friend was a black and black, man, and I grew up song A shitload of time and his house and we played with his son all the time and like his son was my first like a live person that I have in contact with crush. And so I attached. He would play jazz music off, wasn't a famous musician for years, older than you rank of your first human person that you like my first non alien, but I was really an issue. And so in his house he wage as a lot but he would also play Stevie Wonder and like all kinds of different Motown artists. Yeah. Yeah. And so when he knew there were songs that I would like like we would be allowed to smoke those particular, Stevie Wonder songs. And so he would work in, you know, other songs that I might be into, he was totally right. And I ended up loving but it was it started from listening to it, you know, on the police channel to having an emotional attachment to it, which I think is often in most of dark denim, you know, if we have some sort of story of change in our life, it you know, the connection that you've That you grew up with, and there's a reason why some people like Star Trek a great deal or a really into horses, you know, there's there's that emotional connection to suck. So. Yeah. And like, and we would call him my dad's..
"stevie" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"Enjoyable album. And i'm looking forward to listening to stevie for another two weeks And what a difference listening to something. That's enjoyable as opposed to you know are experienced in the last as she was kind of you. Know what in the words of the great philosopher fifty cent good if it wasn't for pain role a great. mc you can see the greatness and all mc's you gotta you gotta tap into the greatness even if it doesn't resonate. I dunno bro. You know there are times that we've picked up in the last couple of weeks. In general you know exploring these different albums that we listened to but men. There's something different about enjoying an album in wanting to re listen to it. We listen to this mommy. I did not want to re listen. To some of the album's we listened to the last couple of weeks and in terms of us being able to deep dive or choosing rephrase in terms of being able to deep dive piece of music. If there's interest behind it my takeaways profound needs you know. And i think you guys can agree. Yeah that's interesting point. I i actually looked as i think back to. Our album reviews to me. My favorite ones are the ones that got the lowest scores from us. Because i think those stores brought up all of our biases in our like limitations with music and it really made the conversation. I guess interesting is Is to soften basic of a word. I think it just forces to have more uncomfortable conversation really explore. We like more. I wouldn't want to do that all the time. But i do appreciate those conversations. Do i like stevie wonder more than iron maiden. that's not even a question. Obviously like it was. It was tough to figure out word. Play iron maiden in my life But i think occasionally you know. It's a is good to explore a little bit and have a bit of uncomfortable adventure because it's jarring man it. It makes you question ally it makes. You wonder ally in so many times you face. Those uncomfortable feelings you just pushed into this is like uncomfortable and deal with this. I don't think it's going to happen for stevie wonder for me and probably for you roll because there's so much rmb in seoul in our in our back room. But i think i'm not shying away i feel like iron maiden opened my mind more than the stevie wonder album doesn't mean i liked it more but like maybe more accepting like there's lovable music that i don't love that is something that i don't i don't exist in that world very frequently disagree with many of your points. I don't i love the. I love exploring a wide range of music. I do but yemen is like. I think we're maybe shifting what our mission statement was. I think initially we were. You know this. Podcast infinite rewind livesey. We hear initially The idea or the mission statement was to find the perfect album right. We're trying to find the perfect. Our so i think choosing again i'm going with exploring the iron maidens of the world but realistically speaking going into it did we think that irony now who's going to be a perfect album. No i don't leave us. Did right so i think maybe yes. I'm cool with exploring different The wide varieties. But if we got change in your statement. I'm cool with it but i don't know about you guys. I'm still trying to find that perfect..
Taliban enter Kabul, await 'peaceful transfer' of power
"Taliban fighters have entered Kabul and seek the unconditional surrender of the central governments the sound is spreading gunshots pierced the air in the streets of Kabul which otherwise remains largely quiets helicopters buzzed overhead some apparently evacuating personnel at the US embassy Kabul residents up to will have like many others is the Taliban could be imposed a brutal rule people worry about the how the bill without a boundary that was before I know it's a little different others like Miriam remains Stevie defiance against any imposition the Taliban would enforce we are not the people you know go back to the dark it up I'm a girl and I don't get a vote anyone acting interior minister Abdul Satar masak while we sold the people their safety security the city is guaranteed and it will not be attacks the agreement for the big city of Kabul is that power will be transferred peacefully an interim administration I'm Karen Thomas
Stevie Nicks Cancels All 2021 Performances Over COVID-19 Concerns
"stevie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Said you take your mess and it becomes your message but since you from your childhood even to the point of you in your early twenties going to l. a. Chasing that dream there've been so many pivotal moments in your life where you could have just quit and you could have just allowed yourself to just kind of be a rut but even when the record label dropped you what i noticed with you. Your underlying kind of theme is that you just keep going. Even when you don't know what in the world you're doing or or or maybe in certain seasons of your life you're like i don't necessarily have figured out what my purposes i noticed. You just have this passion in you just you go and you figure it out and what i also love. Is that you understand like your value. You know so when you did have that great paying job when you're driving the fancy car and things were great. You had that breakdown moment in your car which i feel like so many of our listeners and even at times me and even stevie like we can relate to that. It's like when things look so beautiful on the outside and things are going gray. You suddenly kind of check in with yourself and when you know your value and you value yourself and your self worth and all that stuff you kind of realize like wait. I'm not happy and you didn't settle and you didn't stay there and you just kept moving on as as a result of taking those bold risks you know. It's it's really cool to see how your journey has played out and how it's grown and now you're able to kind of poor all of that back into your podcast and encouraged so many young people out there and even whether what regardless of their age really to go after their dreams because a lot of people and even myself at times in my life i always thought will. Maybe i should just go down comfortable route. The easy route. I worked in banking before you now doing all of this stuff and it was at nine to five job and i remember. I just was not happy. I knew i was not fulfilling my talents in my gifts. And i think so. Many of us out there can relate to that and i guess the question i have for. You is like.
Kennedy Center Announces Next Honorees: Joni Mitchell, Bette Midler, Berry Gordy
"There's a new batch of Kennedy center honorees being rolled out Kennedy center officials are spreading the word that the annual event will be back again this December and this time it'll be just like old pre pandemic times the forty fourth class of honorees will be heavy on the music side this year topping the list of Motown records creator Barry Gordy change the face of the state with a label that created a stable of artists ranging from Marvin Gaye to Diana Ross Stevie wonder's Smokey Robinson and the temptations and four tops also honored Saturday Night Live mastermind Lorne Michaels singer actor Bette Midler and folk legend Joni Mitchell last year ceremony was delayed for months and eventually done under coated nineteen restrictions I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Interview With Steven Bathiche: Microsoft Technical Fellow
"Me today is stevie. British stevia technical fellow at microsoft leads applied sciences group which is an interdisciplinary team of scientists and product engineers. His expertise lies in multidisciplinary approaches to inventing technologies and experiences for windows and devices he's been shipping and inventing new devices interfaces and experiences for twenty years from the original surface table to our present line of tablets and laptops welcome. Stevie thanksgiving is so cool. You do this man. I'm excited giddy. Appreciate the time you're going to spend Spend together and this is just so cool for the company. Yeah i i. it's it's It's exciting for me to like. I always Love opportunities to chat with you. so being able to do this on an tape so that everybody can hear it. I think is Is the pressure recording. So i love to start with you as a kid and how you got interested in science technology because you you ever really broad curiosity and set of interest and i'd love to understand how that started is a great question. Yeah i mean as a kid. We saw worn in lebanon around the middle of civil war and that kind of stuff off and moving every few years different countries and so we moved around a lot as a kid. I lived in libya pakistan Stock on five years jeddah. Saudi arabia queens new york and then finally relented and texas where started going into Know junior high school and then we finally moved to virginia where i went to high school and eventually a college.
Black Widow Movie Review
"Spectacle of the big screen. Variety has also been in great supply recently. We'll get to several new releases this week. Well several being four steven soderbergh's latest the crime drama. No sudden move. That came to hbo. Max last week. Don cheadle the neo del toro and a bunch of other great actors in that one also summer of soul from first time. Director quests love came to theaters into hulu that concert doc about a nineteen sixty nine harlem concert series that featured performances by nina simone stevie wonder sly and the family stone and many more all of those having never been seen since nineteen sixty nine our review of that one could just be a ranking of our top five favorite moments. We might. We might even do that. Josh that would probably get us through the first half hour of the movie. I think we can pick five from that. Yeah you also caught up with zola which stars riley keough a wild road trip tale inspired at least in part by an infamous twitter thread. I can't wait for you to unpack that and more later in the show. But i the is finally back on a big screen near you after a handful of disney plus streaming series phase for kicks off with the scarlett johansson starring feature black widow. Fine an enter. I mean mistakes. A lot of enemies is called signs. Taskmaster he controls the red room. They're manipulated fully conscious but no choices. I should have come back for you. How many others are call. Her black widow call her and natasha. Romanoff scarlett johansson returns as the former kgb assassin turned avenger in the twenty fourth mc feature which is named after her now timeline. Wise black widow takes place in the aftermath of captain america civil war. I think i've got that right. Adam had to confirm it with my daughter who knows more about the than i do. I think that's correct
"stevie" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"To get to the altar and outsider's perspective on the whole situation in that day. Yeah so we'll let we'll let you guys listen to that call right now then does oh very is the beanie baby. My favorite brother-in-law. Sorry dude. I had only had air out your nickname right now. Your current nickname. Oh like that then did you hear me. I said you're my favorite brother-in-law on stevie side. My only to fall jumping on with us. Then you know we were just telling everybody a little bit about Stevie nice story and the conversation came up when we were talking to you in the car just a couple of hours ago and we're so excited because what you've shared with us was so i feel like people need to hear that Not just to to boost us up. But there's just something special about somebody sort of like an outsider looking in on a relationship that has experienced so much hardship. We were just talking about kind of the road that we've you know the road that we were on to the altar and kind of what took for us to get there and what you said was so nice and so we'll put and it was nice. It was from an outsider's perspective. Instead of just talking about it so we love to have you share that again with us absolutely so i thanks for having me on And i just. I always just in my day to day life. I encounter a lot of people and i love sharing the story because the story to me is a testament to y'all's love for each other and the way that god can take what seems like a bleak situation and turn it into a glorious situation and so what i saw a lot of people as you know the wedding you know since on has a million followers on instagram back. That her wedding twenty five people with incredible right. It spoke to the intimacy of the wedding and the cool thing is there were two perspectives that i think everyone was aware of in the audience but it was just like unspoken truth and the truth here was you had his on who was willing to step away from potentially the acceptance of her family and her parents specifically because she loves steve so much and then on the flip side you had steve saying i may not be accepted by your parents or some of her family and yet i'm willing to marry her anyways and so there was this kind of like hush over the crowd as you guys. Were going up to the altar. Not your typical hospital but there was like a spiritual wait. Now was just like whoa. This is a big moment. You know these are two people that clearly are putting their love on display at the utmost selfless level At the alter and the fact that there were you know only twenty five people. There also spoke to that everyone that was there knew that they meant something special to your your heart. Which is why you invited them. And so everyone was like wow. We're in a really delicate moment here. And when you were handed off by your brother and i was standing next to st. I was just trying so hard not to cry like my little brother. Beautiful new white further was like man. I can take it and then of course you know. You know how weddings go people get up and they have you know two or three people get up and say something nice But if you remember there was at least ten people that stood up who spent well more than ten minutes per person speaking and we. That was one of my favorite parts about our wedding. Actually oh i agree and and everyone knew that what happened. That day was just not your average wedding. But like god's grace like descended down on that location on that day and and it was. It was a beautiful ceremony and I'm just so glad that. I got to be part of it and I don't know if this is worth putting out there or not. But that's also say that my children were conceived so throw it out. How beautiful not only like twins the cutest of fraternal right. Is that when two boy and a girl boy girl boy and a girl i mean. That's the home run so you hit the home run. My man ben thousand. How does that make you feel to hear your brother. Say those that makes you really good. Then's always the most genuine person he's puts it so eloquently. And i'm really glad you share the because the fact that you could see that feel that means so much and We definitely felt that on that day and it was just such you know it was such a road to get there. It felt like that was our finish line. Felt like that's really when our honeymoon phase start. It's as and i were just talking about how you start relationship with honeymoon phase. But we didn't feel like we had that you know. We didn't have that joy and excitement about our relationship because we felt like it was constantly being removed or squashed by you know the realization that we couldn't make it and so getting there and her coming. You know walking down that path. You know i felt it. I was like we made it and she made it and we knew right then in the celebration just began and i felt like after that To so much blessing was poured out on us. And i think that's why when people ask. Why do you have what you have. It's because of the road that it took and how god has just been so kind to us and blesses from there. It's mama's checking in. And i've just got to say. Have you done your laundry today. It's okay if you haven't because i've got a load that has piled up in my laundry room that i promise i'm getting to today. I actually have gotten really good at separating my laundry joel know that i used to throw everything all in at once and just hope for the best while i have learned that i wanna value and take care of my clothes. Obviously steve's clothes to so. I've gotten better at separating my colors from my whites and even the things that have stains on them instead of throwing them out. I have learned that there are powerful products out there that can get the job done. Such as oxy clean oxy clean has a white revived laundry. Whitener stain remover so in the event that things get a little messy. You don't have to throw out your favorite white t instead the.
Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’ Scores the Biggest Debut of the Year
"A livia. Rodriguez debut album. Sour captures a sweet week. I've been avenues in that first and last week and a half. I know. I'm sure everyone is very tired. captures a sweet week as it debuts at number one on the billboard two hundred chart with two hundred ninety five thousand equivalent album units earned in the us in the week may twenty seventh according to an rc data while katie is holding up. A box of libya rodrigo. Sour patch is that. Is there an album inside. There are no. It's literally just our patch kids. Wow opened it yet. Wow is was that just at the grocery store. No they actually did pop-ups in new york and la in la. She did like a car wash. Did you see pictures from that. Took over a car wash. no no no. They were not keith. they were they. Were i think doing this hour patch kids and they changed the sign edge of the car wash till like sour. Our car wash sue and olivia went there even. Wow yeah Well with that two hundred ninety five thousand units. It's actually surpasses the previous biggest week When taylor swift's fearless debuted at number one with two hundred ninety one thousand units on the april twenty fourth chart. So if if. I didn't actually impressed that upon you yet. Olivia rodriguez has the biggest week of the year for an album with sour sour. Also nabs the largest week for an axe debut charting album on the billboard. Two hundred since. The chart transitioned from an album sales. Only ranking to a units based fancy consumption chart back in december of twenty fourteen. I'd actually beats cardi b.'s. Debut sat and i billboard two hundred entry invasion of privacy which opened at number one on april twenty first two thousand eighteen chart with two hundred and fifty five thousand units
Hat-Trick Fires Man City to Victory
"Let's start in the premier league. Just the one match on friday but a pretty good one at that at least dramatic manchester city four three winners over newcastle actually had to come from behind twice did city and thanks to a federal authorities. Hat trick they will pick up the three points. What does it mean for. The table will not much manchester city. Already clinching the title. Thanks to manchester united defeat earlier this week. Third manchester city premier league title under pet. Why are the orla. Joining us for more craig. Burley and nato new. Oh we'll hear from them in just a little bit. But stevie i'll start with you. A seven goal thriller. Probably not what we expected from this game pretty good. You didn't expect goals. I didn't expect four three now. No i expect goals. This is a game. That really didn't mean an awful lot to either saying god. The talking about the game between the champions league final could be a chance for some day. A player themselves in i mean. Do you really think fell torres with three. Goals has pleaded these. We the jumping sleek start out late. I don't think so. I thought that was going to be goes in a unusual. I thought they were going to score. I didn't think they were going to lose three at the end of the day. The good game to watch but Really you know law the native eight changes for manchester city from the eleven that we saw in that second leg against psg in the champions league semi-final. It tells you kind of what. I was thinking about this match.
What Separates Humans From Other Animals?
"Animals. I mean my dog has a 401k. Also why do we pace. When we're stressed or anxious like in the bugs bunny cartoons. Somebody's waiting outside the delivery for so andrew came across a paper in the journal. Frontiers in psychology which. I was so charmed by that. You've read as we can talk about it. It's called acquisition of a joystick operated video task by pigs. How could i forget for the listener. I'll just explain. These experiments were carried out at penn state university. There were four pigs. A pair of yorkshire pigs named hamlet an omelette and a pair of panna pinto micro pigs named ebony and ivory. I guess after stevie wonder and paul mccartney or the song of that name or after piano keys and the paper describes what the pigs were and were not able to learn in these experiments manipulating video game joystick with their snouts. And what i really want to know is tell us how it changes your thinking as a psychologist if it all about non human animals their capabilities. The way we should think about them perhaps differently about ourselves differently. Well thank you for broadening. My academic horizons. I would not have read this paper on video games and makes were it not for our friendship so i i will just say that when i read this line i literally laughed out loud after twelve weeks of training. Hamlet and omelette were terminated from the experiment because they had grown too large no fit within the constraints of the test pen. Academic research is tough. You lose fifty percent of your research pool just like that so anyway now down to two test subjects by the way. So one of my intuitions is that one ought not an. I understand that this research is hard. But maybe not generalize to olive pig them based on this very small number of pigs because look at wilbur wright some pig yeah so maybe ebony or ivory were some one of them was much better than the other in the research so there's various across pigs even yes. It is
United Airlines International Travel Recovery Still Far Off
"What they were before the pandemic. 90% free covert levels was the quoted figure. Dallas Morning News is reporting that things are a bit more turbulent on the international side of things, however, American plans to cut down on its flights to South America routes to places like Sao Paulo, Lima and Santiago will all be reduced along with some outbound flights from New York and Miami. Driver here is what else? The pandemic Covert 19 cases are rising and parts of Brazil, Peru and Colombia that's reducing the demand for international travel, at least for now. American Airlines plans to revisit these root reductions later in the summer. Stevie Ray Vaughan and taking us up to 29 minutes past the hour. Texas Standard Time The news roundup.