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"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Sorry, Dave. You're a great guy. You're a loyal watcher. But fuck matchbox 20. You can give me two tickets to the front row, backstage passes, fucking meet the band. You can have dinner with the bed and fuck they'll let you play the drums once sung. I'm giving those fucking tickets away. I'm giving them away. Here you go. Have at it, buddy. Have at it. I'll send them to you, mock. I'll send them to you. I just don't like matchbox 20. I have nothing I've ever liked about them. Talk about overplayed anyways. I have a good old 90s, overplayed beans. Look, it's plenty of those bins. We started to show off rough. We hit a good fucking groove, Mark, right? And then Dave Phillips fucks it up by throwing a matchbox 20. That's off my fucking game again. Look, there's a huge part of the audience that likes to see you angry. So the right thing. And maybe that's why he doesn't. He's praised laughing right now. I know he is. I know he is. And he did that. He knows, he knows. He fucking knows Dave Phillips. King of the 45s. So you know what? See, he laughs at me. Ha ha ha ha. And Luke, thanks Lena. Rob is so smooth. Yeah, yeah, see the next time I have you on my show, Luke. We'll see buddy. When you come on, I dare you to say that to me. I dare you. You just stared him. He'll take you up on it. He'll do it. I know he will. I know he will. He'll find a way to he'll be talking about fucking him. It's like a pilot somehow throw robs in the mix. It's all right. I set myself up for these things. I show my emotions. So since Dave Phillips fucking threw me off my groove, it's time for the top tens of this week in 1982. Yeah, that transition.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Yeah. In every way, shape and form possible. Yeah. I mean, Jimmy von just kind of ate his dust. Jimmy's a traditional blues player. Yeah. Yeah. Did you ever see the fabulous thunderbirds? Never saw him live, but I've seen concerts on TV and then. Yeah, I got a chance to see them live at the Boston garden. Great show. I was actually working canine security at the Boston garden. We had the patrol dogs outside. That's how crazy that place was. The old Boston gods. Yeah. Stopping people from breaking in, you know, people getting evicted, they walk out, they think they're going to get froggy and there's the fucking German Shepherd just spitting. Spitting. Mad, wanting a tear them up. That usually calm these people down. So I took a break. I told my boss, I'm like, hey, I'm going to go in and they were backing up bob segre, who, at the time, I had no desire to even see. For some reason, I just fell way off the Bob Seger bandwagon. He started selling out and hey, listen, he made his money, but so be it. But the fabulous thunderbirds were backing him up. So I said, yeah, I'll be back and I went in there and just I could go wherever I wanted. So I kind of sat up on the side of the stage. I couldn't go on this behind the stage, but yeah, and I just sat there and I watched them do like 5 or 6 songs. And they were fucking good. Yeah. They were good. They could put on a show. That guy said the singer. Good car Monica player. Yeah, in a great voice. Yeah, yeah. And he had that style too. He said that hat on and you know? And they tore it up for a little bit. They had a little flame, you know? But Jimmy vonn was always Stevie ray's brother. Yeah, yeah. With the fabulous thunderbirds have been as big as they were if it wasn't for us because they got big after Steve Ray Vaughan got big. So are you saying you think that Jimmy Vaughn's name being Stevie ray's brother carried the band a little more? Maybe and it's not that the fabulous thunderbirds weren't a great band, but they were just one of many blues bands. So Steve everyone never got to his level. Would they have made it like there was that one hit they had that was soft enough. Yeah. Well, they had a couple of hits actually, but they always had them hot girls.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

03:44 min | 2 months ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"That, it's going to look that up. That sounds funny. I guess it came out great, 'cause I remember seeing it. That was actually, now everyone's like, no, Bon Jovi was the first unplugged and blah blah blah blah blah. Which it wasn't because I mentioned it last week, the secret policeman's other ball, I think, was probably one of the best. Yeah. Although there was a little electric in there and I still say Nirvana wasn't an unplugged because they had electric guitars. Yeah. So it wasn't truly an unplugged, which is why I say the Alice had chains unplugged still the greatest unplugged them. Yep. So yeah. Different tilsen whenever the fuck. They pulled it off. And they did it. And I think they did. And it's not easy. So they think they're going to play their things are going to play as electric guitar. It's a whole other animal. And thank God he could do it. Because some guitarists can not play an acoustic, like they just, it's not their thing, you know? And he's got to tune it up too. And if that's not like a fucking $2000 acoustic guitar, he's playing with fucking RadioShack guitar. You know? The nimbler. But yeah, Stevie ray back to him. He played, I used to love that show. I watched that show constantly. Yeah. Constantly watch that show. And back in the 80s, MTV was really kind to Stevie ray. There was a lot of good concerts. There was one where he was on a riverboat in the Mississippi. During Mardi Gras. That was a great concert. I just remember he had all the necklaces around him. The MTV was really good back then. First time I saw him on TV was. Live from the fuck is the name of that city. Austin, Austin city limits. Yeah. That's the first time I saw him. And I was just fucking mesmerized. I was like, this dude is the fucking shit. And that first show, he was scared, shitless, still in it. He was a nervous wreck. Doesn't show it, but he said his solos weren't as he was being a little conservative because he was scared. The second time was with us after he got clean, he had a lot of confidence. Didn't he have stage fright though? Didn't he have a little bit of stage? Yeah. Wasn't that one of the other reasons or is that why they told him he left the Bowie tour because was that the excuse? I think and I had a great biography on Stevie ray. I think it's called crossfire. It started how his brother would beat him up for taking his guitar. The poor kid, what's his brother's name? Jimmy, Jimmy. Jimmy, Jimmy wasn't a nice big brother. Later on, things are better. Maybe that's why his nose was. Hey, my brother. My brother called and knocked me out a couple times and I was like, I know the feeling, Stevie. I know the villain. Oh, my sister's knocked me out. That's sad. Anyway, I think one of them's watching too. But no, there was yet. They were making fun of the way he looked. They were making fun of his, yeah, he can't read music. They would like evidently to be rehearsal and Carlos Alomar, who I really like as a guitarist. But he would put like a score in front and say, play that. You know, and it just made him feel like shit. I can't read music. If someone did that to me, I'd be like, okay. In lo and behold, he goes on to far, far.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

04:26 min | 2 months ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"It just ends, 'cause the tape ran up. Right? I always can't remember the name of that song, in particular the song. Down down, down, down, down, down, dumb, down, down, down down. The Beatles. It's killing me. I get brain, I get brain farts at the worst time. We don't know what people think I admit that on this show. I'm like, because that's the name of the song. Because, yeah. Like, I'm not gonna sit here and try to prove myself right. I'm gonna get this in people listening in their cars going, all right, through the red light, so I'm just fucking go, just go on with the show. Okay. But it was running and running and running and the producer was trying to get their attention. And so this is kind of an origin type thing to a song, because it's just a nice mellow gem. Planet caravan on paranoid. It's just a real mellow groove, man. Which I always thought was a masterful move on that album. To just drop planet caravan in that fucking insane. It's like a moment of clarity and amongst insanity on that album. But so he finally gets, he's trying to get the drummer's attention. And he gets the bass player and then the bass player gets Stevie ray and they're given the cut. So he gives the drummer the cut and then he just runs it right perfect timing just that last that last strum. Now supposedly he says in there, but I've never heard that. I do one of those buried in there. Sounds, but I did hear the literally the end of the tape was literally coming off the reel when he finished. That last strum and it just drew out. He just dragged it out, and that was it. Enough to tape. Yeah. So, did you see his unplugged the three songs that he did?

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"With his fucking son, like a human shield. Like, are you gonna boo him now? Right? shield. I was gonna be like, you suck. Right? And he looks like this, like he was fucking 85. He walked out like all fucking pathetic looking and I'm sorry, I'll make it up to you. And these fuck is new. They knew all night long he wasn't gonna play. But they kept pushing it, kept pushing it for his foundation. Him and his ex-wife's foundation. A few Phil Collins, if you ever listening, fuck you. He can take it. He's got a million fucking medical problems. When you read that book, Jesus. Yeah, he's falling apart. And he looked horrible on the last tour and everything. He fell off his chair and like 7 people ran out to get him off. Oh my God, he fell off his chair like he was drumming and he felt kind of backwards as I saw a video of it. And I was like, good, you motherfucker. Good fall again. You should fall off the stage, Phil Collins. Fall off the stage. You should be in a fucking moss pit in a rage against machine concert. That's what you need to be Phil Collins. Hey, try to stay in Switzerland. Come on. I feel bad now. I feel better. You feel better? I feel better. The gathering gloom? So let's move on to the late great Stevie Ray Vaughan. Boom. Which I know you're a fan of. Yeah, right? So he did what he had, how many albums did he do? When he was alive, one, two, three. I believe four official studio albums. Yeah, Texas flood in 83 couldn't stand the weather 84. Sold to soul 85. Then in step 89, then he had family style after the death in the sky is crying in 91. He's probably had some other sky's climbing was a possible album. That was after he died. So it seemed to me and it seems a lot of people might think this that each album that he played his first three, Texas flood was phenomenal. And each one kind of got a little lesser. The first three until it got to salt the soul. And you could probably hear the difference.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

04:53 min | 2 months ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"You know, it's not that long Parker on the jacket. He was one of those guys that could pull that he pulls that off. That just stand in there, but there's something he's charismatic. And he just kind of does that Conor McGregor kind of walk around the stage very cocky. Got his animated Conor McGregor, but just he just has that thing that works for him, you know? Now let me ask you something. Yeah. Just think of him in that get up and what if you were on the subway, you know, waiting for a train at 11 at night and he's standing there looking at you, you'd be like, oh shit. No, I'd be like, motherfucker, I'm gonna knock you the fuck out. You're looking at me. Don't be looking at me. See that guy over there with the glasses in the long hair? Look at him. How are you doing buddy? You like the dead? I like that. You might be better off that way. Yeah, you like that. I like progressive rock. My name is Mark. What's yours? Guaranteed to make them go the other way. I wake up in the hospital. Let's see. Oh, okay. This one is kind of known, but it's not so Paul Simon's mother and child reunion. Everybody knows that it was the name taking off, taking off a Chinese restaurant menu, a menu at a Chinese restaurant, one of the, one of the dishes was called mother and child reunion, right? But the song was written after the family dog got killed, got run over and killed. And he Paul Simon said, it's fucking like first you hear. And then you're not. It's only a moment away. Right? That's one of the lines in the song. Yeah. It's only a moment away, and he was just devastated the whole family. You know, if this dog, the family pet,

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"I'm not the brightest bulb in the house, but I know a good title of a song when I see one. It's kind of always looked at it. So he says, okay, I got year of the cat. I can't write a song about a fucking cat. You know? It's not really gonna work. It's not gonna work. So he's just stuck with this great melody and now he's gonna really cool name for the song and he's just like I don't know. He just happens to sit down and Casablanca comes on. He's like, oh, fucking inspiration. And that's the opening line, right? In the morning from a Bogart movie in the country where they turn back time. He goes strolling through the crowd like Peter Laurie, contemplating a crime, which our generation, my generation, gets that. Because Peter Laurie was always this sinister character. He was a fucking master at that. I mean, we were talking about Will Ferrell earlier, and we were talking about Adam Sandler before the show. And how they're kind of they typecast themselves into that role. Well, Peter Lorre was the fucking master at that. And I used to love his movies. He has some pretty bizarre movies. So he's like, well, there it is. I got it. That's the opening line, and then in between the Vietnamese, I guess astrology was a Vietnamese, not Chinese Vietnamese astrological book in fucking Casablanca. He comes up with year of the cat, all thanks to Peter wood. He bought play in the piano player. And he got credit for the song. He wrote the music for it. And he's not with us anymore, but if it wasn't for a sound check, that fucking brilliant song would never have been written. Wouldn't even have come close. Wow. I never knew that story. I never knew about that. Yeah, yeah, it's pretty cool, right? I would love to know if there was some kind of box set where we could hear the if he had a demo with the original lyrics about that Hancock guy. It might be pretty interesting. Yeah, I'm sure the record company burned those tapes. Back then, they had no time for this. They didn't have foresight. They're like, we're going to tape over that. Don't fucking throw that railway. No, don't burn it. Let's reuse it. Which is happening. Now, isn't that what happened in Led Zeppelin's whole lot of love, there was a bleed through? They were just that they were recording so hot so loud that it bleeds through it. You can also hear it on the first album at the end of the day as a confused no. One song on Led Zeppelin one, you hear the same thing. It's just you have, yeah, it's bleeding through the next track, and it made it otherworldly.

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American Airlines Cutting Flights to South America Because of COVID-19

Texas Standard

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines Cutting Flights to South America Because of COVID-19

"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.

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United Airlines International Travel Recovery Still Far Off

Texas Standard

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Pantheon

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Pantheon

"Mick jagger's singing waylon jennings famous and tossed bob world is still the king. I mean that was some moment. I think as an austin i'd say saying the rolling stones come to town and cover one of our favorite songs that that to me was kinda apex of austin as the mass media happening Yeah the the thing is is to do Bob wills song sounds have always had a soft place in the heart for country. Easy and i think of far away is or a Wild horses could grabbed me way and that's always been forever this so for them to do cloud that song. No one would have expected. And i'll be honest with you. Probably i'd say get check. The crowd d. had no idea That that was the wayland saw much. Bob wills if it was true but maybe they went home and google there. Maybe even googled it on their phones right there that icl but he had acl blow up but also you still had some acts coming out of the austin scene in the nineties and two thousands that made the mark. I'm thinking in particular of ball and spin. Yeah there was an old night. I'm i'm gonna call you. You're gonna have to do some attitude here. But i need to point out. It's the rolling stones not play. They played tzilker park rolling. Stones did not play a field. This all right can i. Can i can so. What that correction and the nineties and enter the there was a whole nother way of rock music. Kind of popped up out of austin. And i think holly most famously is demand spin who i love the fact that brit daniel jimmy no From spin both came out technology Brigada worked at motorola. I'm trying to remember where Jimmy works but you know. These guys came to austin Because of the technology but there are music cats and so they use technology is kind of their. You know the pay the bills so they can start this ban spin. It became probably the most iconic austin rock band the nineties into the into the twenty teams The most Another band s ball was the came. You know establish some kind of notoriety mainland because they had a hit single and it was a great single called the way which was based on a newspaper clipping about a couple that had alzheimer's and were lost In they couldn't find a way home and he took that in basically toured the world with i mean and a couple of other singles that were mildly successful. They're out and sales. were never fastball. Did have you know punch through with with some pop. Hits much side Shawn colvin. Did jon call and had pop hits that were you know charged singles and never been much of a singles tents even going back to the eighties and seventies is probably one of the most successful x out of austin cover band. That played you know. Covers popular song. called christopher cross and you know had a big huge hit with sailing and riot ride like the wind that had glue austin it was. It was a bunch of technical musicians that put together a pop song And basically made a big out in la do not informed by austin's seen or at the core of the music can be other than the fact that they christopher cross small spoon all how chops in the clubs. That's where they learn how to play and also does it might take a little retroactive credit for the yacht rat yacht rock shine. That's a come to crew to christopher cross. In retrospect although at the time he was an absolute critical pariah. Well you know chris. Christie gifford is actually a pretty nice guy but yeah you know when you're just saying this is the one of the headstone of revival yacht. Rock all i can say nest said this is like you know. Emai- top biesecker people that wear top siders just off. I mean not to say people have sailboats. Do things like that. But that's so do joie. And so now i'm routes rocky and nothing to do an american abuse and in a way you can make. That argument. fastball. Came out of the clubs. And we're kind of like a residual Banned from new sincerity movement and spoon to me. Were completely you know. They were more original but it's also important to note that as soon blows up their lead singer daniel lease often and he's most of the past twenty years import. I don't know what you say. The other off to jimmy. You know is a great producer. Pretty a lot of austin next Is at austin. I don't know. I get argument with Michael corcoran visa credit tuesday. Big champion of spoon about that and you know to me. The significance is more like you know as far as local is an That ended with the butthole surfers but it persists today with bands like shiny ribs to me is like so totally. Austin kind of is a continual sir douglas legacy You've got all kinds of you. Know the director country and roots music that at the wide wars and the bands. That have come out of there have been significant. The scoot in which was a totally crashed out. You know it was a wine drunks follow down. Joint back in the seventies were digi. Borough and maggie. Lee played country music in front of black five. You know day drinkers dow skewed in. And and now it's shiny club with touring acts. Go figure. I don't know but all all i know is the scene has managed to persist. It's still here. I think it's it's it's it's now i mean we're coming of age and inclination in history. I love the fact that he joint sands town point. Which is in an old house in kind of a suburban neighborhood and far south austin and it's gotten same bind so quick saluted the nineteen when you walk in and you feel like you're part of a club and you've got you know ramsay midwood. We owner is great. You know singer songwriter. Very wiler assist you. Know he has all kinds of cool vanden. Jessie j who's cajun accordion. This eat hanging around there with with. There's another cajun. According to austin charles right kipah does from from beaumont down south east texas. He's band plays some of those authentic cajun music. You're you're anywhere including in lafayette. New iberia opposites louisiana and he happens to live in austin austin today. Robert plant moving here for a few years because he's dating patty griffin their living together. And it's you know it's a kind of town he can live in I'm thinking of a.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Pantheon

"Stevie ray vaughan and double trouble on austin city limits performance budi child. I know that's the first time. I saw stevie rae. Vonda nets really blew my mind. Sitting up there in borger texas seeing somebody not only plan authentic blues replan hendrix style rock and roll about in seventh grade at the time. And you know just discovering the doors and jimi hendrix sixties rock and and was the real thing and totally just blew away and by the time i give a year. Yeah can you hear me tony. Yeah now does night. You're right the but that was actually kind of liability in the seventies with cantons now bluefin. Ub out black. And you get and steamy young jimmy. His older brother was his master of economy. It was like the space between the notes and he played very even a minimal of almost darts his younger brothers every time he got a chance to play. Wanted show you everything he needs. And a lot of confidence that include the hendrickson he could do hendrix. Better than robin for our. You know Frank marino both of which racks with play the armadillo open and just mark away but among the blues towns you know it was like oh that rift shifts so it really just getting out of austin. He really appreciated for all his talents and his troops no one by hendrix with same kind of passion and proceeded as we did And no one has since and no one is played elected taller with the power and passion. That stevie did since i mean he's kind of the last of the greek There have been made following. Switch tips you know. No one got that direct cranston issue. And and i think that's it shows now. Of course you know the elder this weird is we've all become kind of if you live long enough to become your story and then you turn into history. It's coming for everybody. Nick to wrap up our first hour here and i hope to get you back on to talk about the birth year austin chronicle south by southwest and the on into the nineties. Acl festival my whole thing. Where it is today joe. Nick thanks so much for coming on. And that's it for this half of let it roll. Welcome back we're continuing our conversation with Petoskey about his book austin to eighty x the hippies pickers slackers geeks who transformed the capital of texas genetic. Welcome back thanks. Grammy back nate. It's a pleasure and we left off. We were talking about The rise of of clifford antone blues empire and the and the blue survival. That happened in austin with stevie ray vaughan and his brother a jimmy and his band the fabulous thunderbirds. But something else that was going around on around the same time was the end of the armadillo world headquarters. Yup the armadillo world headquarters closing new year's eve. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty one out of the end of of a fantastic decade musically. Speaking austin became this you know a music capital and their every music pride that there is was represented in austin by nineteen eighty and the armadillo which had been struggling since the very beginning was actually making money they re returning profit and really the breadth of music they were bringing in. You know my first exposure to the ramones. So the clashed elvis costello To so many talking heads so many different bands and then you know mainstream bands and then the weird stuff that they did like roy. Buchanan the guitar Virtuoso or carrying old and new dreams. The band played with The revolutionary jazz can't orange called the all eastern. Grab it armadillos. Every music cried in austin food. Go see a touring act. The kind of music they liked the armadillo feature so it's demise was very disappointing that the people running it and got it their acts together. Unfortunately real estate and become such an animal was grading such instant wealth people flipping land Doing deals where they just like. You know karma piece of property over in thirty days well. The owner of the land of the mta decided to pull the plug. And so i'm more opportunity erecting Twelve story office tower were the armadillo was unfortunately that led to big hole. Culturally in austin because the dell was is this cultural center. It was a gathering point. It was a community center. And not just for austin for them to southwest. If you are different you make your your pilgrimage. The armadillo such demise was very disappointing. That agit closed There were all these things going on. It wasn't just the blue scene. There was a very healthy. Seeing that started while rules that worked over into new wave music that was featured at cochin the original bokan gas company downtown. It clubbed foot downtown so it was really good. The scene Win the yellow closed was more diverse and more buried they never before. But it lost its touchdown and one thing i think is important. Point out about the middle that was lost. Was i remember when the clash played. Joe ely opened up for the clash and that sort of was the beginning of a pretty public. Love affair between the clash in the end. The austin I don't exactly know how to describe. What saint joe ely would be. Sort of a new wave friendly country movement. Coming out of lubbock would be the closest thing. I could describe the by that joe ely had gone on in nineteen eighty but i know that was a big boost for joe elise credibility not as in texas but nationally and internationally as well. Joe joe's the ban that started in lubbock with lloyd maine's jesse tyler. Ponty bone All those good players Was a country dance. Ban just happened to be super fueled and charged up. They rocked a country in in such a way. They did not succeed in their albums. They recorded in nashville for m. c. records. They weren't hits. But it's alive and dip probably wasn't a better band. They were like a roadhouse band and dave they they could have been the best band in texas that don so when they pop up and they toured london and play a few days. The clash. They quick ride in the clashes is making this kinda revolutionary taking roots music and punk rock and reinventing music. And they saw nearly doing. The same thing is really a case of both bands looking at the other. Wanting what the other hand in the crash were definitely you know romanticize the american mythic west and when they came to texas came and hung out with yellow east austin opened up Shared bills with and austin and in lubbock as well They were kind of like a fantasy realizing the green. And so it was like. I'm not sure who got more avoca proposition that it's very telling me. Joe ely opening up for the clash is no different than A few years earlier anti-obama greasy wheels. Yeah okay your house fan. But to have alan alan's valley boys open up for bruce springsteen on bruce springsteen's first appearance in texas and scaring the waddell out of greece springsteen 'cause he'd never heard a western swing band that could rock and they were intimidated so.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The weather. It's crazy out there little better today, but we'll get you through it. Am 9 70 the answer. We are here for you so much to talk about this morning. All right, let's get this party started. Baby Stevie Ray Vaughan doing cracking about. Come on, Give me a little rock and roll, dude. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe one of the greatest guitar players of all time. Stevie Ray. Thank you, Albert. Fantastic. And I can't. I keep telling you if you're new to the show, I always tell the story. How I met Stevie Ray was gonna introduce him one of these outdoor concerts on the up here in New York City. You got to meet with him and hang with him a little bit. And what? Really a gentleman, a great guy and so sorely missed yet the legacy incredibly lives on like it was yesterday. Stevie Ray Vaughan. Joe Piscopo on the radio 606. We got snow. I'll tell you all about it. Thanks for the For the correspondents on social Media. You are so funny. I may I love you and I love you and I appreciate it. I want to just hug you. You know, through the airwaves and say Thank you. Because it's great to hear from you. And I love you sits you said to humor. Yes, I am here. Yes. I'm not going down. No, they don't send a car. They don't want to send the car. Somebody said you know they never said the guard and now you're banned from over. I get banned from mover I'm actually using over lift was acting up a little bit, You know, And then so I switched the uber uber has been great. I must say, little plug right there. So a beat Simon, But no, You're right. When I say they won't send the car. You're right about that. So you can't be all right. Well, I'll write a book. Maybe I'll write a book. Hey, because you can't make it up. So I am so pro law enforcement. We appreciate the men and women of the New York Police Department. Kind enough to listen to us. The right now and every time we go past the police officer in New York a lot of us and you're not gonna hear it in the press. But we say thank you say thank you for putting your lives on the line. And even the FBI. The FBI kind of vilified over the last couple years, Especially when we hear about this during report. Not finally coming out. Maybe. And then when you hear about the FBI, and you hear about the head of the FBI But I always support the rank and file. I've had the good privilege of speaking before Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, undercover agents and they would bring me down and we would just do a lighthearted discussion during the lunch time, whether it was the North Field office in Philadelphia, Gore and always support and I got to know these FBI agents personally and they're all great. Americans. They really are and unfortunately management as all of us who work you know, management gets a little quirky in and MIA put us in tough situations, but Here We have these two FBI agents killed in Sunshine, Florida and I just want acknowledge it, cause I'm not seeing it bleed the headline news anywhere. It's in the stories. This is a headline story when you were two FBI agents killed We want to just extend our condolences to the certainly to the victims and their families into the the total. FBI Daniel Alphen 36 years old. Laura Schwarzenberger 43 years old killed and the incident they came up to the door. I know what these people are thinking. It was a suspected child for not pornography suspect so they go in. You want these creeps out of there and apparently See, this is why I support law enforcement. Why? I always say every morning the when you talk to when you see the men and women, and then they say, defund the police. And then they show that lack of respect for law enforcement, you know, And I say they I mean, you know He said. You know we're talking about. It's just the regressive regresses in the socialist. Let's take away the police, you know now, But then I always say if you have a family member, that's a police officer, son or a daughter, you know, or a sister or brother. Or a mom or a dad. You called with domestic violence call you take your life in your hands anymore Because there's no law and order. There's no right and wrong. There's no there's no They They don't delineate between. Okay your criminal and then you're not They all? Well, well, we let Zor letting criminals out on the street. I mean, we're in a very dangerous time in our country in that regard. And I and I I could come on the air and I could wind about it. I don't wanna want about it. I'm gonna just see how we could fix it. You know, because, uh, just do you see these judges letting people out and San Francisco Goodbye, San Francisco. You know, I mean, I know it s so now we want to just show respect the law enforcement and you don't remember Daniel Alphen, please. And Lord Schwarzenberger, and we'll try to get those pictures up and You know, just in this beautiful, beautiful town like sunshine, Florida come on. That's that's nothing like that should happen. And why peoples feel like emboldened to fight back now to the police, and that's what got me Got me crazy. If I may. You don't want to go there, but I will. But if you're going up to the Capitol and you want to protest and there's a police officer there, Capitol police or whatever local police and he goes. Hold that you hold that you stand down. You stand down. That's what police is there for you show respect, you know, I never understood that cop pulls me over. Yes, sir. With how are you? What can I do for you, Officer? You know just a little respect that's putting their lives on the line. Think of it as your family member. And think of it, as you know what the Let our last bastion of hope for civility in the United States of America? Because every you know what I'm telling everything else is going away. So our hearts go out to the FBI this morning. Hey, Jo on the radio, and we got a great show. Very, very informative show for you to see this evening. Look at me now. I'm going to I'm going to Sunday Doctor us. So the next day this morning. Where are we? What days? It's dark outside. It feels like this evening. It's a morning 60 11 in the morning, Brent Bozell is going to join us. So we're going to talk about Did the media and how they're saying the wrong things. Putting the wrongly Brent has a complete watch. He is the founder and president of the Media Research Center is the chairman for for America that organ and he's a great day. Patriotic American, and he will tell us exactly what doing what he is doing to make sure that those those bad news stories those fake news stories don't get out there. Stephen Moore. We love we love Ah, job. He's the Joe Piscopo Show resident Scholar of economics. Proud to tell you that Stephen Moore is great. He's smart. He's grounded is a good guy, and we're gonna talk about Jeff Bezos. He left Amazon. Why did basically that was.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Stevie Ray Vaughan. That's it, man, no matter the name. I was the man. See that whole music. I gotta tell you, I gotta tell you, it's just for singing just to digress. That's Stevie reborn that hold that whole blue scene. I don't know it is not. It was so powerful at a point where he was just so popular. I don't I couldn't tell you what's popular now, aside from rap or something like that, that and there's no real like Stevie Ray Vaughan, there's don't really like. You know, I talked a great guitar and my missing something. L am I missing something that's out there. Remember the super groups? You have Van Halen. You had these great super group, right? Yeah. And you had these great guitarist like Stevie Ray. You know, Phillips faces out there Philip sees is ripping it up, You know, but I mean, in the mainstream with the Grammys, I watch. I can't. I don't get it. Then I guess I'm Just old, but I don't see anybody grabbing Jonas the music scene. Jonas Brother? No. You know there's no right or wrong. I mean, there. I mean, there's some like Greta Van Fleet. I like them. A lot of people have ripped them for being too. Led Zeppelin esque. You know a lot of those songs that kind of have that feel like they've stolen from Let Zeppelin but they're good. The young kids that have a sound that I like them. I think they're pretty good and listen. They sold out venues. Left. And right, So I mean, you know, you get well when when you could go to concerts. I mean, not anymore because you know, we've been told that you know nothing is going to open until probably September at this point, but What you gonna do is that you know what I think? Broadway. We booked Atlantic City already, and we're gonna go down there with the law enforcement against drugs. We're assuming we're gonna be okay at the hard rock. Down there. I've already booked Osh Kosh, Wisconsin because I only played the hot spot. That's so big room. Tell you I'm so excited. You know, You know why? Because some cats are gonna be a lot like Joey DeFrancesco. Great organ is gonna be there would be some great jazz cats are going with my buddy Dave Damiani. And we're going to the Osh Kosh Jazz Festival. Come on, man. But that's in that. That's enough August in August, but that I keep hearing on on the big, big regular acts. It's it's next September is that well, I spoke with a couple of guys who were Broadway actors a few weeks ago, and they both said one guy was in production when they when they stopped everything because the cove it And he was told not to, You know, prepare yourself, but not you're not gonna be coming back to Broadway until at least September of 2021 on part of the problem is you have these theaters that are very small. You got people packed together, so there's really no way to social distance and make money. Even if they open the theater of 25% capacity, Joe, you know you worked on Broadway. You can't make money. You'd have to charge a ridiculous amount of money for tickets just to make it, you know, financially feasible. Now Governor Cuomo in his state of the state of just apparently is giving the third part today. It's so long, you know, there's no when there's when there's all these assembly people there, he can bang it out in an hour. Now he has to break it up into three parts. I mean, it's the dumbest thing. But apparently yesterday he proposed something of getting people back to Broadway where you could be tested. You know, if you have it or not, if your covert positive or not within 15 minutes, they would include a meal. They would somehow figure out a way to get you to get back to Broadway. I'd I don't know. I think it's one of these. He's trying to propose this one stop shopping thing. Jodi. Well, his thing on affordable housing is not the worst idea in the world. Let's face it, Joe. The pandemic forced us to reinvent technology or redo ways of how to work from home, right where people thought, you know they couldn't work from home. They were forced to work from home and they had to figure out technological solutions in order to do that, so I think what you're seeing is a trend of were big businesses are saying, You know what? We don't need to pay for this real estate records that were going to kill me. But when you want to agree for affordable housing and Restaurants that they can you can you can't do. Ah, well, not restaurants use. You can't remote a meal right now, and that's a business that they're just killing. But he's also talking about. He's also talking about buildings that don't have a lot of tenants in it. Where you could convert some of in disguise in. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, He's not talking about homeless. He's talking about affordable housing. Where people you know they they only make a certain amount of money. That they would be renting from, you know, at a certain amount. I think that's something that's feasible. You can't let these buildings you go on you. You know what the real estate is? On Sixth Avenue, Upper East Side and on Wall Street? No, the real state is you know what we pay the radio station. I know. I know. I know we do that. And now they're gonna put people in there that I'm not gonna have afforded the cut. The state won't be able to afford it. I tell you, they just shut shut it down, and they shouldn't shut it down and the driving everybody out there killing business, And they may very well kill New York because, you know you don't like that to your point if you get these big companies and they know that you don't they don't have to pay that real estate. We could do everything from home in a second. And there are ready. You could see all ready to do it. Oh, like people call me now. So could you do that Zoom? Zoo means one thing you ain't getting paid. I know they do that. That's exactly what it means. But also do you do that? Just just a little zoom thing. Well, yeah. What am I doing? What? You're gonna have to see this something so oh, and then well, we'll see what we can come up with, but three hours later using it already. That's quick. But think about it. Let's say ex company has has 500 employees, right and 450 of them are working from home right now. So let's say by the end of Let's say in November right of this year. They want these people to start coming back to work. Now, let's assume for the sake of argument. There are people there that haven't gotten the vaccine that worked at that company that decide you know what I want to work from home. I don't want to come into the company. The company can't force these people to come into work now, if they do, and they decide that they're not going to work, and they fire them. Now you've got legal challenges. And then what's gonna happen now? You gonna get the courts involved lawyers about it's gonna be coming enormous expense. So I think businesses are gonna have to start to shift to this hybrid model. Where if you want to come into work, you can come in to work. But if you want to work from home We have to allow you to work from their welcoming it. But I don't know that you could have. People will be able to afford the state be over before the real estate that is in Wall Street. And then these beautiful huge park Avenue buildings that house so many of the thousands of workers every day. If they don't come back, the New York goes down, and I hope I'm not right. So that maybe Hey, maybe Here's an idea for Cuomo. How about you lower the taxes? How about you make it more affordable? So where you keep it in? I mean, like, like the Santis is doing a Florida looking, we're gonna break But this is what the governor did. Santis is doing in Florida, which is great because of these big corporations coming in and saying, If you vote one way, then we're not going to give you donations while the governor he made a move to divest state funds from Apple, Amazon Facebook. Google and Twitter. This is genius and this comes from state representative Randy Fine, and he said In a letter to governor to Santa's Tuesday, he demanded the state divest from tech giants Facebook, Twitter Amazon Apple alphabet, which is Google due to the suspension of President Trump's social media accounts. Because of it happens to the president. It could happen to any of us, so if they're going to play that game than the state should pull all of their investments out From these these days, But these monoliths, these gigantic cos they're just trying to run everything in our lives. It's disgraceful. Hey, Debbie's out there checking out traffic.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Day. This day 30 years ago today, 1990 Texan Blues guitar. Stevie Ray Vaughn killed in a helicopter crash after performing at a concert in Wisconsin. He was 35 years old. And the story is not without some controversy. Within hours because it wasn't just Stevie Ray, who died in that helicopter crash. It was some of Eric Clapton's entourage because the sea was playing Had played that concert as well. And just within hours it went from Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric's entourage to Eric was supposed to have been on the helicopter. And the the media took it went running. Yeah, even 30. Years ago, the media took it and went running and tried to turn it into February. 3rd 1959 Yeah. When Whalen and Buddy Holly were arguing over who gets the plane and who has to ride on the bus in Whalen and Buddy, Flip a coin and Whalen loses the coin toss. He's got to take the bus, but he gets on the plane and then Buddy dies along with the Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens. And that's what they tried to point out that that's what happened that Eric and on to rise. We're talking and you know they were deciding who's going Who's not going there that may have happened. But he has never know. Ever been confirmed by anyone as actually having happened. I bring that I've been well, one because this is the day we lost Stevie Ray and the other in case you thought that you know, media just manipulating stories is something relatively new..

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"stevie ray" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Stop that out is wha I'm no. This guy from Michigan state wrestling insiders even notice thing about what he did. You are like a professional work seriously. The biggest black professional ever anyway as well. I had a great time. I mean I like Stevie Ray. St raised a series. I always interesting because we're fans and he's a businessman you know and it's like you know the fan is a part but it's also very clear came across very clear is a businessman and there's a business for him too so that that was very interesting. Just take on some of that stuff. Absolutely absolute- dare like I said. Thank you very much and we will talk to you too. Thank you now that we've coming even talk about that. You won't sue. I've been quiet for the last thirty minutes you just. You just seem so excited to see and I dare not interrupt the master who so Once again macy's team. We have small business expo coming.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Now. I know you're semi retire because I know you book show not too long by six months or a year ago. Reality Arrest Literal True. Yeah that's true. They have rumors right. I'm sorry what was that I was just GonNa say. They have some rumors that you in Booker T. Might be coming back to you know to to to do something with any truth to that. I don't pay attention to Roma's brother here. You might you might. You might have moved on anything if I didn't say it then. I don't pay attention to it if I got something to say. You will see it on my instagram twitter facebook or whatever podcast or something. I don't know pay attention to her. Not Do exactly the name your hot hand. What can listen to that straight shooting? Which Stevie Ray? My whole podcast was called stand up greatness but I'm a new. I'm I'm I'm starting a new podcast Actually I've been doing some of these stuff on Youtube but I'm getting ready to just under contract with the wrong the wrong networks and they're going to be taking care of all of that and put my podcast down all the outlets and stuff like that and I'm GonNa be on twitter and Patriot.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We're gonna check in with Holly Roberts again to see if there are any new developments or just remind you of some previous developments regarding the coronavirus yeah so we'll update you on two of the big press conferences this afternoon at the national and state level at the national level president trump has declared a national emergency president trump said he was making a fifty billion dollars in emergency funding available lifting restrictions on doctors and hospitals and waving student loan interest now prospects for congressional bill that would give aid to affected people remains unclear and here on the state level of peace time emergency has been declared by the Minnesota governor Tim Walz he says the emergency declaration means quote opening the tool box which could mean National Guard activation among other things however he was not acting on that peace time emergency today Walter recommends events capped their capacity at two hundred fifty people suggesting people take steps to prevent covert nineteen spread in smaller groups no statewide school cancellation yet however they recommend that distance learning be taken into consideration where possible so that could change at any point in time like many of our stories have concerning covert nineteen today now if you want to go to the movies AMC and regal theaters have cut seating capacity to half in all United States movie theaters the Alamo Drafthouse theater chain says they're instituting buffer seating protocol in the United States well Canadian exhibitors cineplex is lashing capacity by fifty percent no doubt he'll go to you to fill in details about what organizations have decided to postpone plans as result of governor Wallace's suggestion that capping events at two hundred fifty people well the Ordway all of their productions through I think April tenth right around there those have all been suspended that's your weight Janice dinner theater all of their car adduction of music man in their other shows like Stevie ray's comedy Catherine covering the fires at the those have been suspended I believe until the twelfth of April just got a call also from someone.

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"stevie ray" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Like doing a work with Stevie ray again well what level which level are you going to watch the Superbowl lower level release of which five television I only have two televisions okay I have three but I only used to while also there's one in the kitchen and one in the living room which one don't you use the one in the guest room well that's not even hooked up it's not hooked up I mean it's hooked up but it's not connected to Kate it's like one of those for this is the only thing that they have it at like in and I kia vignette where it's not actually a TV but it's just really I can movies on cardboard because it's got a disk in the in like on the side of it where I could fly to disk in there what's a room in your house but you think I wish I spent more time they're different just like for a lot of people probably the dining room because things have gotten so casual yes in fact I try to make a point out of using every room in my house so I can justify living there that's why thank you the room is good like all try to sit there and gather my tax information I had friends over a week ago we sat at the dining room table and ate Thai food really know me you ate Thai food well I just got shrimp and vegetables what does but no I got stuff yeah thank you for asking yeah you're welcome what can we look forward to in February teasing there's all sorts of things yeah I mean most notably let's start with the Valentine's day tomorrow's going to be the the incident son is gonna be the Superbowl are they going to be around groundhog day lan singular on hog day ground okay so here's the deal yeah if they want to replace the twenty fill one with an animatronic would you call him again groundhog who like the name that you like comes out in little boys and girls yeah well I think I'm okay with this idea I think pizza is the one who's behind the idea okay your best that would be fun it's been awhile since I've got a pita email it would be kind of like Chucky cheese right yeah he just turns the holy hand yeah that's good by the way related one time I remember last year we went on a search of the top ten Chucky cheese animatronic band fails if you have not heard that I need to do is really really great I'm doing this we have groundhog day this weekend I'd love groundhog day the movie one of my top ten don't even remember at the fifteen movies of all how about Valentine's day is coming up we've got the Oscars as well that's very exciting yes A. all star game it's kind of a fun sports month what when does that come that's not right in the middle of February okay and they're doing something different this year with the NBA all star game I get it this is kind of sports talk but instead of playing a full game and usually by the end of it the score is like one seventy eight to one seventy four whatever but a lot of times they just don't take it very seriously they're doing three individual quarters where whoever has more points at the end of the quarter at the first for their team will get away with no let me let me explain it all now here with your question Hey first quarter east versus west are a routine one versus team too because now they don't even do east versus west they give two captains and they had picked their teams and half quarter one winner their team hundred thousand dollars towards the charity that they're playing for that quarter well that's cool reset the score zero zero now we play quarter number two okay hundred grand goes to the charity reset again core three playing for charity then they reveal the total scores that those teams have amassed in those first three quarters so let's say the score was at that point you can't call it a quarter if there's only three of them let's say listen I said hi again thing I can't I have a question at the end of the third quarter they will then say reveal what the total scores were so let's say team a has a hundred points in team be has ninety two points okay now in quarter for the final quarter of a basketball game they will play too I'm one hundred and twenty four they're gonna add twenty four points to whoever is in the lead so if the winning team or the leading team after three quarters stay with me everyone I don't know if I can if the winning team after quarter three has a score that they beating them combined in those first three quarters one hundred ten ninety eight that it's going to be first team to get to one hundred and twenty four because they're adding twenty four points on top of the leading scorers team to honor Kobe Bryant it's a little convoluted okay but it is I really enjoyed it makes it more competitive throughout because usually the first three quarters are total like everybody's just jog in in trying to do alley oops and long three pointers yes now I'm in the lane for a charity okay and then the twenty four points is the target score in the final quarter okay that's kind of cool that but rather than going by time yes they're going by people first reporters will be time final quarter will be point well fascinating all that and I won't even be watching when we come back on the don and Steve shell before week before we take a break yeah what's the score now on our college of pop culture knowledge ninety seven she top ninety seven all right all right I'm gonna tell you why you might want to get a nose job especially if you're long in the tooth that coming up next on my talk one oh seven one a long time.

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Tuning Up: Gibson Guitars Sings Sweeter Song

Business Wars Daily

05:23 min | 3 years ago

Tuning Up: Gibson Guitars Sings Sweeter Song

"AH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday France. Maybe one of the things things you look forward to on the weekend is going to hear some music or perhaps playing some of your own today to celebrate our three hundred episode of business wars daily. We're going to take take a look at two icons of the Guitar Business Gibson Guitar and fender recently our sister show business wars to deep dive into their decades long rivalry and today we're going to catch you up on where the two are now. Gibson guitars been on a rocky road to say the least the company was founded in nineteen o two and named after Kalamazoo Michigan Inventor Orville Gibson over the decades it became known for its high quality instruments particularly guitars played by Les Paul Elvis Presley Jimmy Page and bb be king among many others less Paul of course had a guitar named after him but in recent decades Gibson Star began fading in the nineteen eighties instrument sales slowed as kids chose synthesizers and video games over guitar strings over time that trend continued by the early two thousands more and more musicians composing and making music digitally under CEO Henry Jessica Gibson attempted a risky strategy to try to reduce Gibson's reliance on selling mainstream mainstream guitars. He wanted Gibson to become what he called a music lifestyle company with that as its New Strategy Jessica wits lead Gibson into buying buying an assortment of consumer electronics businesses making head bones turntables in speakers but what about guitars will according to the Nashville Tennessee and between twenty ten in two thousand fifteen the company's sales grew from three hundred million dollars to over two billion dollars but the business model was hollow just go lewitt's had also tried to reinvent his electric guitar business pioneering several attention-getting innovation some of which like a rocket shaped guitar and electronic robot tuning. Learning machines were mostly rejected by guitar purists. Many Gibson loyalists complained that quality dropped prices rose in by two thousand fifteen profit margin's dropped to a meager four percent meanwhile Gibson's most famous rival thunder was doing quite well founded by a Radio Repairman in an instrument lover named Leo Fender Back in Nineteen forty-six vendor is famous for its stratocaster and telecaster guitars. The company also invented an electric bass. Call the P. Base the precision bass which became a foundation for rock and roll like Gibson fenders instruments appeared in the hands of world famous artists from country to our beat Iraq in the nineteen eighties eighties and nineties fender custom crafted guitars for Jimmy Page Eric Clapton Jeff Beck Merle Haggard Stevie Ray Vaughan and the list goes on while Jessica Woodson his team were pursuing doing an aggressive strategy that took the company away from its core business fender to was expanding but in an arguably healthier less flashy fashion the company added Digital Products Guitar Students along with upgraded amplifiers and other basics by early twenty eighteen gibson was in debt to the tune one of half a billion dollars and filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection some wondered whether this would be Gibson Swansong or if the one hundred sixteen year old company could be saved last October Gibson name new leadership and the company emerged from bankruptcy now. It's getting back to basics. No more rockets shaped guitars electronic robot tuners crazy futuristic takes on its mainstay. Les Paul Guitar Today. Gibson offers two basic lines of its classic classic guitars modern and traditional many players feel like qualities returning and that the guitars while still expensive or no longer wildly overpriced and under engineered appeared. The company is slowly getting. It's Mojo back. Fender is at the top of its game but keeping an eye on Kitson. Hey Vendor knows its biggest. Competitor isn't down for the count to make sure it would compete with Gibson. Fender has sharpened up its budget minded imports made in Mexico and China. Those instruments were designed to undercut Gibson price in rival. I Will Gibson's affordable brand episode on at the same time fenders producing high quality more expensive guitars right here in the United States of America. It's not easy for icon at companies to maintain their relevance for more than a century but with help from their fans that's just what both Gibson and fender have managed to do at least at least for now for more on the twists and turns of one of America's great musical rivalries check out our series Gibson guitars versus fender our sister show mm-hmm business works from wondering this business wars daily at this week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton edited and produced by Emma Cortlandt are executive producers Marshal Louis created by for Non Lopez or whatever I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week.

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Trump slams Pfizer, other drug companies for raising prices, vows government response

The Joe Piscopo Morning

03:32 min | 4 years ago

Trump slams Pfizer, other drug companies for raising prices, vows government response

"This is great this is great this is jeff beck stand on it from his nineteen eighty nine now mrs before that he did with stevie ray on the fire in the oh i love it i love it jeff beck would piscopo the morning six twenty seven on am nine hundred seventy the answer was social security to frankie and i to get too much but there's they give something to the kids and i broke it all down i don't know how the government i know why the government is broke because they give the money away they just get the money and they and they also give money to the kids so i'm going sure eligible collect they give it to the children yes apparently so so when i say great now does that mean i pay less child support i'd say yeah sure i'll be getting that right able to keep some of the money no way no i like why now why would i wanna do that we might jack betty voice wwhy what i wanna do that rochester hey piscopo in the morning a lot going on at six twenty eight the good news is ball's stop stop nine people are doubt free from that flooded cape there's still going to that ten nine you know do you understand a miraculous is thank you what they have to they have to swim then they get to a point where they have to come out of the word they have one diver in front of them is a doctor behind yeah they get to a point where the diver is carrying the kids oxygen jack they got to a point where it's only fifteen inches what they have to get out of the water climb up a rock didn't get back down into i want to know that they stopped take the mask off and they get to that one i don't think so i think it's kind of we gotta keep moving to get out because it's a lengthy journey to get out of this cave i still wanna know why this coach why did you take these kids the matters are doing these these rescues are very quick to do they're going right labor intensive because they said it takes about twenty hours to get a four or five kids out so they're trying to get they were doing it forty nine rain my out so they're trying to push to get them all out today so we'll stay on that that's great keep us posted on that so there's what three more left in there yeah all right on the radio with the franken on the guys and this this is interesting i'm just checking on all the news for the president goes after pfizer and other over drug prices how see this this is what i like about this president he's accusing pfizer and others of raising drug prices for no reason alot the president tweeted today that his administration will respond he said the drug companies are taking advantage of the poor and others who are unable to defend themselves bingo and it's you know new jersey used to be the medicine chest all the pharmaceuticals but they've since moved out because no one wants to do business in new jersey anymore because of the high taxes for corporations now and for individuals but why don't they and why won't anybody listen to me when i say you should create generic drug production in the stressed areas when i see when i saw at some of the folks that i saw at the social security office yesterday just to see if something was was bogus with my social security going i'm looking around and i see the stress folks of the united states of america and we're more concerned with the illegal immigrants coming in that is the mantra of the progressive socialist can we help people out and the president's right at least going after drugs that are affordable in america and also to and also to all this the.

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Reba McEntire on Hosting 2018 ACM Awards, Not Getting Political

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02:26 min | 4 years ago

Reba McEntire on Hosting 2018 ACM Awards, Not Getting Political

"The academy of country music awards are this weekend and as ap music correspondent margie zaraleta reports it'll have a different tone than previous country awards shows same chris stapleton leads the awards with eight nominations in five categories what sets this award show apart is that it's the first major country music event in las vegas since the october shootings at the route ninety one harvest festival that killed fifty eight people host reba mcentire says the show will open with a tribute it's very heartfelt very moving letting everybody know that who's involved in it that we're still thinking and praying for him we have not forgotten mcintyre says the rest of the show will be about entertainment she says they will avoid political issues and their goal is to get people's minds off their troubles i'm archie zaraleta the electric guitar that blues legend stevie ray vaughan used in his first studio recordings expected to bring in a flood of money heritage auctions is offering the one thousand nine hundred fifty one fender strat the price tag will probably end up somewhere in the four hundred thousand dollar range von biographer craig hopkins says the guitar has considerable historical significance noting von pretty much learned his craft on the guitar hopkins said friday that the instrument was vaughan's first professional grade guitar it was a gift from his brother jimmy in the late nineteen sixties and jimbo is even carved on the back hopkins says stevie ray vaughan who traded the guitar away in nineteen seventyone mentioned in a nineteen eighty nine interview how much he'd liked to have it back president trump is very concerned about what investigators found when they raided his lawyer's office ap washington correspondent saga megani reports is trying to keep federal investigators from using any of the materials and their k lawyers for both the president and michael cohen told a federal judge they believe some of the is protected by attorney client privilege and want to be able to review it before prosecutors can agents seized records relating to among other things a payment cohen may to porn star stormy daniels who says she had an affair with trump one of the president's lawyer says trump has an acute interest in this matter the president has said the raids breached rules that ordinarily make attorney client communications confidential those rules though can be set aside in some circumstances eighth investigators have evidence a crime.

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