21 Burst results for "Stevie Ray Vaughan"

"stevie ray vaughan" 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 vaughan" 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 vaughan" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

The Aloönæ Show

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

"You know? If you look at any of the other motivational speakers out there, you know, whether it's some of the people that I mentioned, the depots or the world or the Wayne dyers or the Tony Robbins or all these people. You know, everyone turned to storytelling. And it's perfect. Because when you're talking about real people, those individuals in the audience can relate. If you're only talking about celebrities and success stories, you know, a lot of people can't relate to that. But when you're talking about like, if I talk about a client that overcame a 40 year addiction to heroin, or I talk about a client that saved a relationship after all outrageous trouble or I talk about clients that lost 6 businesses and then finally came back and made it big. These, this is what people need. You know, they need not only the steps on how to do it, but they need the inspiration that others before them have done it and they can too. Yeah. Yeah. What kind of music do you often listen to? Oh my gosh, great question. You know, it's so funny. I'm kind of like a split personality when it comes to music. I either like something really rocking like ZZ-Top or some really heavy guitar work. I'm a fanatical guitar fan, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, just love guitar. And then on the flip side, I love, I guess you would call inspirational or we might even say spiritual music. You know, it might be Native American music or it could be Hindu based music or Sufi based music. I'm very deep in the world of spirituality. So I bounced back and forth from, you know, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Clapton to something mystical and spiritual. Okay. Interesting. Very interesting choices. Yes. Yeah. What's the best way to start your morning? Oh, this is a great question. Listen, I've never been a morning person. Never, ever, ever was I a morning person. The pandemic opened up this doorway guys where I get up between 5 and 6 every morning and the first two hours are spending my courtyard with meditation and a bunch of different spiritual techniques. I do a chanting work, meditation work, gratitude work. And I really think and I am so glad you asked this question. We asked the world and all my clients that the first hour of every day is electronic free. No phones, no tablets, no TV, no radio, nothing. For the first 60 minutes, we really believe that this is the mental health hour. Whether you go into deep spiritual practices or you just sit in nature or you read a great book, doesn't even have to be anything about personal growth, but we really think how you start your day is so incredibly meaningful and unfortunately the way a lot of people start their day as they get up and immediately look at their phone. So, you know, there's a lot of nonsense on the Internet. And so if you're going to start your day reading nonsense, your day could end up being nonsensical for lack of a better word. So we encourage people. Now I spend two hours. You don't have to do that. Even getting up the first 30 minutes with no electronics, sitting in nature or praying or meditating or reading a novel. We believe that's the key to start to enhance who we are, our motivation as well as our mental health..

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

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

03:40 min | 9 months ago

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

"And just it just he made it look effortless. He was just incredible, incredible, just in another guy that started a really, really young. Yeah. Yeah. And can't stand the weather couldn't stand the weather. It couldn't stand the weather. Yeah, I couldn't stand it. That's a jam, too. The video's great. With the wind in The Rain, and he's just tearing it up. Like Pearl Jam, you could a list of Steve Ray Vaughan solos. You know? Any one of his records. I remember buddy of mine that lives on the street here and he and I were I would have and drinks we were drinking bears at some bar and whatnot. And I was way into Stevie Ray Vaughan at the time. And he had no love for him. Whatsoever. And I was like, oh, how can you not? How can you not love Stevie Ray Vaughan? He was like, yeah. It's a lot of guitar Jack. It's just a log guitar. Like that. It was just it was too much for him. Like Green Day. Green, though, please. No, no good, no good guitar solo some Green Day. That's for sure. Yeah, you know, they're not a big solo band, but they're a great band and they're a great guitar fan. All right, moving on. What is that? Are you leaking over there? Yeah. Yeah. I'm gonna go back to 88, 89. This band was kind of thrown in to the hairband category, but they really weren't. They were more like old school rock with long hair. But they never teased it out. They never dressed flamboyant. And the next song on my list is heaven's trail, no way out by Tesla. Guitar solo by Frank hannon, that Gita solo again just rip roaring good. That whole song is good from start to start to end. Stop the finish. Great. Great guitar jam. Yep. So I agree with you. I think that there's a couple of bands that got lumped into the whole hair metal thing that really it was a bit of a disservice to them. And I think that you're right in that Tesla doesn't necessarily belong in that category. I mean, they had the misfortune, maybe it was good fortune at the time. But over time, I think it is has proven to be kind of a disservice to them because I think that they had a lot more to offer than what a lot of the hair metal bands offered. You know, you're poison, your Cinderella, your warrant, your, did I say Cinderella already? Yeah. Yeah. White Lion. Yeah, all of them. All of them. So you know what? I'll piggyback off of what you said. And talk about another band that got lumped into the hair metal thing. And I think that they were so much better than that. Guys from Boston, extreme and Nuno bettencourt who is a very, very underrated guitar player who's played with a lot of amazing people and just could fly up and down the frat board. Really creative, really innovative and just unbelievable in the way that he played. So I'll pick songs that you could check out if you wanted to just to really get an understanding of what a virtuoso and how good new to Benton court was.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on The HT Guys

"That goes from twenty-three hurts to two hundred and forty hertz with plus or minus three db a tiny little eight inch. I'm sorry eleven inch box with two eight inch drivers and a pretty awesome amplifier. Inside when you see it you wanna say it's so cute anyway when we first saw the subway for we thought it'd be perfect for use with a computer. Most desktop speakers don't provide enough base and considering the size of the three thousand micro. We thought it'd be a perfect marriage. And it was the micro produces clean tight base that makes listening to music on a computer almost as fun as listening to a dedicated music setup and being less than a foot cube it can easily fit on next or under a desk. When you're it up or playing with dialing it in the rear panel on it has all the controls you need to tune the will for to your liking including presets. You can easily change the output to match what you're doing but even better than that. Svs has an app that connects to the three thousand micro via bluetooth to make configuring and changing the setting simple and easy. This allowed us to really explore and dial in the several for to our liking. It's super user. Friendly also bofors going forward are going to need this kind of control and the fit and finish on all svs products Is amazing and the three thousand is no exception. It comes in two colors piano gloss black or piano gloss white and dare we say there's not one aesthetics committee member that can complain about the diminutive diminutive suffer. Being displayed proudly in any room of the house. So we've gushed a bunch about this receiver but how did it actually perform. We take a practical approach to measuring several for performance. Essentially can it rattle the walls and do our spouses yell at us. And tell us to turn down the base You know there are some other things that we look at. Do we feel the base in our chest and you know some other things that are very very scientific in how we measure the effectiveness of a sub wolfer. But if you answer all three of those is a resounding yes then you know. You've got a great sub wolfer on your hands so for the test of the pure base capabilities. We use the track wolfer test by bad ass. Sound thought 'sound systems so it'd be a s asbat base if you try playing this on your phone or normal desktop speakers you get a bunch of dead air. Because your speakers can't reproduce frequencies that go that low and the three thousand micro had no issues whatsoever. Would that track. You could hear clearly the sweep of the frequencies until a went so low that you could only feel it and you knew it was working because the walls were rattling at one point. My wife came into office from the adjoining room and asked me what the hell is going on. Fortunately she just laughed and said oh a new toy half fun but i'm trying to work so try not to break anything. So it's nice having a wife. who understands branding. I tell you that has happened to me. Three times with three different sub offers over the You know seventeen years that we've been doing this There are there are some joy in getting a sub for that can produce sound that you can't hear but only feel yeah absolutely so then after the raw sound tests we listen to music on a full range speakers that are had built. These are originals. Set the amplifier. To send everything below one thousand or one hundred hertz. Beg pardon to the sub. Wolfer listen to standards tin pan alley by stevie ray vaughan california roll by. Snoop dogg really. It's the first ten seconds of california. Roll that we listen to both. Were tight and very clean. It's hard to believe that a small sub for like this could produce sound so big. The three thousand micro absolutely exceeded our expectations. Not only for a subtle for of this size. But i mean for suffers in general. You know maybe you have trouble justifying eight hundred bucks for an eleven inch square box but it produces eight hundred dollars worth of base and more so we asked the question. Who is this Subway for four bottom line is is for everyone seriously. You can justify buying the subway for if you own an apartment and you wanna add based on your home theater without.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on The Blues Rock Show

The Blues Rock Show

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on The Blues Rock Show

"So the way that you. And i look at this and the way that he's looking at might be a little different because yeah he was talking about music. There's a part of me that thinks that he's in a way a little bit. Maybe like a scared father because sees some of the damaging things that take place on the internet. So i don't know if when we get noel gallagher on the show we'll ask him then beat but it sounds like a plan. Willie yeah. I think he was being a little heavy handed. And you may have caught him on a rough day so yeah i agree now willie a while back. We had a topic on the show about guitars acoustic or electric. Which would you prefer if you could only choose one so now. I'm going to ask you a different question. That's kind of similar though. If you had two choices for the rest of your life i either. You can play music and play guitar but you can't listen to anything else. The only music you can listen to is your own playing and you playing or you can still listen to anything you want but you can never play again. What would be your choice. That's impossible question. So you might we ask it willie. So you're pretty much saying is like right here right now. that's it you'll never throwing zep for ever again. You'll never get to listen to stevie ray vaughan not a note but i can continue to play. Or on sorry. I can't play. But if i choose to play then i can never listen to anyone ever again correct. I think i mean gosh. I'm i guess. I'm going to go if i had to gun to my head. I'm going to have to make the choice. I think that. I'm gonna choose to listen to others. Because as much as i love playing and i really do. It's a lot of fun. It's a great outlet Wonderful way to be able to express yourself and just exercise a different part of your mind. I'm looking around my room right now. I'm taking a look at some of these posters. I don't think i could go the rest of my life about hearing some of the great great music that's been played. so there's so many grader. Players so many greater writers than i ever will be times all of them. I have to be able to continue to listen to them. Pete how about you are you gonna. Are you gonna tell me you're going to never listen to a note again. I love to play guitar. It's very therapeutic thing. Yeah and it feels great..

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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 vaughan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray vaughan" 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 vaughan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray vaughan" 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 vaughan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mel Gibson seems like he could be a little correct. I don't know from much inlay cranky, crabby. Remember what he was like He had to sell paintings or something. We work out, man. He got really mad at that girlfriend He had her name is Hannah. Yeah. She was trying to soak him for money. And I don't know. I mean, Mel Gibson start now the one that was the mother of his kid or something, right? Yeah, that's right here. He had a baby with a younger. Yeah, Anyway, he does seem like he certainly would be intimidating to have as a father in law. I would think. And interesting there. Leave. They're leaving California. Move it out. I'm sure they're not the only ones. Oh, man. No. No California's air, leaving in droves. Getting out of that state, which is really too bad. But I moved here from California. Moved to California 1978. And man, it was to me it was paradise. Was amazing. Kid from Ohio Grant. You know from the Midwest, the Rust Belt and then moving to California. And man, I was like this. Are you kidding me? Palm trees and orders like this existed. Whether every day the beach, the mountains, the desert Everything you ever wanted to do up there, man. It was great. And then now it's been run into the ground. Mel Gibson only has one daughter. I thought said Oldest daughter. Oh, he's Yes. He's got other kids. 123456 boys and Hannah. Oh, okay. That's all she told this kid. Cause I read oldest daughter. Maybe because they're all I mean, she's 40 so Yeah, he doesn't look like she has any sisters. So Kenny Wayne Shepherd the story with Kenny and like I said he You got to see Stevie Ray Vaughan when he was like seven because his dad was a concert promoter door. His dad was on the radio as well. In Louisiana, and it changed his life. And Stevie, one of the Obviously one of the all time great some might say the greatest blues rock guitar player. And certainly one of my favorites. 303713 85 85. We're gonna talk about that genre of music and guitar players, and there's a ton of.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Okay. I have a question. So when you were talking about, you know, Stevie Ray Vaughan and you were in Austin, you're from Austin, correct? Yeah, I was born and raised and I moved to LA when I was Nineteen in nineteen seventy eight and then I just moved back to Austin in 2006. I've been back here who the time goes. So yeah, I spend most in my mom's English, so I'm kind of my my boss. Boyfriends in New York, so I'm kind of like those cities are like such a huge part of my life between New York and Boston and la and London that's kind of where I feel cool when you walk feel my roots and all of these places. Yeah. Well, I mean I live I got I love Austin I lived there for almost five years like after I graduated healer when I lived here when you said you were in 2006 and like I think I left Austin and 2004 maybe and I went to San Antonio I was working in news, but you know, Stevie Ray Vaughn did you play at Antone's I I went to Antone's a lot but when I really started playing I was kind of into punk rock, so Doug sahm was the first person that let me play with him when I was sixteen and I I worshipped the Thunderbirds and Stevie Ray Vaughan and it was a really vibrant music scene and.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And what? Somebody please write the last blue song. Turn out the lights when it's over. Yeah, that stuff right there, is it. That's the real deal. These gets come out in New England. And I think the number on the blacktop in the round her label, But when I hear music like this when you got guys like these got answered, Funderburg you got what's his name there off the left coast. James Harmon. People like that kid Ray most When I hear that stuff and let me back up. I was watching a Stevie Ray Vaughan video last night had to be one of the morning. I was checking this out on the line. And he had that stupid white fox tail hanging off the back of his head that he was to like to wear around. I guess it fits the time and he was on stage with Johnny Copeland and they were doing amazing. To know they were doing a tin Pan alley, which is a great song. We put that on my forearm music show and this alternative bump music Friday as well, something our next by the way, but I'm watching this And I'm thinking Stevie Ray Vaughan was a virtuoso, but he was a one trick pony. He I was never that impressed. Hey, yeah. Could move his fingers real fast, Accurate and cool and hid infinite soul. Unbelievable. But It all sounds the same. And I didn't resonate with death. I thought that Hey, eclipsed so many people that actually eclipse him my virtue of being what Iwas And he was he went down as a guitar. God, In fact, those who do the play music that has ever been to any kind of a jam session. Even the professional ones with guys actually know what they're doing. I can't tell you how many people want to play a Stevie Ray Vaughan. Hopefully, that era is over. But it was it was just It was bad as Ah. T bone walker and a stormy Monday after you know, I always wanted that. But, yeah, Stevie Ray was Texas flood or pride enjoys and get the hell out here. I mean, that's the real deal right there. Now don't get me wrong. I like Stevie Ray Vaughan. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, but you heard him once you go, okay? It got way. I think more notoriety that I thought it deserved. But, yes, Yes, He was outstanding. Now I thought his brother's band was cooler than him. The fabulous Thunderbirds that it's it's raw man. It's a kind of blues. It comes to you in a Somewhat dirty glass with hair in it, and a lipstick smudge on the other side and possible even a served on a napkin with a bullet hole in it. Got a cigarette burn mark on the end the end the edge. That's what we just heard right there. That's the real deal right there. And the lyric is killer. Just killer. The last blue song sugar in or C and the blue notes Bhutan's rather Yeah, you know, so now that you know about that Get over to the Amazon and order up a whole bunch of sugar, sugar Ray and the blue tones. Ah sort of rain or seeing the blue tones because you will be a well served and you'll go Thank you for the wrong That was really cool of you to mention that What time is it? It's time for me to say you're on the alternative. But music Friday loaded for Bear today Chris Toronto..

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Stevie Ray Vaughan are red headed man. Everyone's greatest guitar player ever of all time. A sweetheart of a guy I had the honor of introducing Stevie down in the Chelsea Piers, Those old Wnt wfm concerts. Yeah, everyone, my glory and a great role model when he went through such check in his life, you know, coming up, and then he's a but he kept going kept going and you became one the greatest of all time blues kind of guitarist for lack of a better description and then just a die tragically in a helicopter crash. In Wisconsin all those years ago. Still, my son when you look around, even downstairs in the my house and the music, Gunjan, we've got pictures. All of Stevie Ray all over, Stevie. Is that the dead wall musician? My my neighbor. My neighbour makes him he's you know, you have great Stevie Ray is fantastic. I saw him three times all the people on the ward. Right? So that's the dead won't let me go to scan it in my brain Hold on saying of that wall And now the other Wall Ji Group of Living Rich OK, OK, another James Round on war bird, Eric Birds, your live guy downstairs. So my neighbors rediscovering Stevie reborn and two things one. He rediscovered the cold shot video for the first time, which is hilarious because it's all about Stevie and playing his guitar on his girl keeps leaving him and you know it keeps getting sent to the hospital. The other part of it was my neighbor was used to tour with a number of musicians in the late eighties and into the early two thousand's, and he actually did a gig the week after that tragic accident with Stevie Ray Vaughan he had been at that. At that venue number of times, and when they got there, you could still see the burn marks from the chopper Hitting amount is very surreal. It was a mountain. Yeah. Didn't you see Stevie Ray Contradict? You see Stevie Ray concert three times. I saw him in 1989 on the fire and the Fury tour with Jeff back in Madison Square Garden. That's the first time I saw him, which was amazing Show Then I saw him on New Year's Eve. I believe it was in 1990. I believe a sermon New Year's Eve. Andi played it to beacon until I don't know it was daylight when we walked out of the out of the place, and then I saw him again. About a month before he died at Jones Beach with Joe Cocker opening. My God, That was some show and we and by the way, marijuana we smoke eating. There is illegal. We smoke. Joe Cocker is Devi Ray, that is, Yeah. Hey, Jo on the radio. Great to have you with us were fired up this morning and you know, and I see from Social media. Facebook, Instagram on parlor. Ah, ah, never and everything you get right to us. We appreciate Goto am 9 70 the answer dot com and and one of these days, really? They'll think enough of the morning show and they'll give us our own website known people. You could get right to the morning show that's gonna happen. I know it ain't gonna happen, but listen, so we'll use all the other social. The fact that my mother fact of my mom passed, they sent the smallest flower arrangement. T to the wake, right? But it wasn't their fault. It wasn't It wasn't like it wasn't a common till some of the tool of some of the summer that I spent my John. Some of the interns here spent more money on giving me like, you know, food gifts, You know, Like, you know, you buy food for me. You know, you get these food, gift baskets or whatever they spend more money on those gift baskets. Then the radio station spent on the flowers, but it wasn't. Therefore I know I know what happened when you call these flower companies and this was the problem before the local May she rest in peace and know know? Know what I did? I went online and because I can't stand when people have so many questions when somebody dies, or if you're going to do is show two things. Excuse me. Let me just politics. No, no, no, no, they go like, go. They You died. Where is it going to be? What time is the way? What time is the funeral? You don't ask questions, and it's like I'm some of those apartment When I step on stage. All I get is the Texas We're going to be kind get in drive tickets were on and I'm about to go onstage. I got everything around me got all the music. We're about the stomach and we're going to be okay with what's going on. I get other anything Come into another arena. So what I did what I did when I saw his mom this way in the talk would have wished him all the best. And he was the poor guy was upsetting. Okay? I'm not going to buy them. So go online. You go online. I go where the funeral thing. And then they you can send flowers through that portal. That's correct. And but generally it's not great. So what you got to do is spend four times as much as you think you're going to spend on the flowers because if you spend and I think what I'm sticking up for the station, Yeah, they probably paid a fortune. And then the floor stories goes out with a couple of roses and I'll send it in and they make a profit margin. I think they went to whatever website that they went Tio and the smallest bereavement package. You know, I go in. I go in and talk it out. I go first. I said very nice. I'm so sorry. Give you police are doing everything right? And then I go. Where? My flowers? That's right. Wait next to Mom. They're great. I go. We're just station fires. We buried him. No, No, they were next. They were next to yours. They were on a very small table. And everyone thought the teddy bear was a part of the flowers. And I said No, no, no, The teddy bears. No, that was 9 95 90. The move to make Joe is you go to the funeral. You find your flowers that you paid for now you paid for the.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Right there. We got the Stevie Ray Vaughan. Don't say we don't do anything for you, folks, man. We don't You know we don't We don't mess around. All right, listen to this. We're not gonna have fracking. We're going to stop fracking. We're going to stop Frankie, and then he goes to Pennsylvania after he gets a nomination where he got very lucky to get it. And he goes to Pennsylvania. And he says, Oh, we're gonna have fracking. Yeah, any any. It was flip flopping on fracking, and then he had to No one in there going toe. Transition out of the oil industry. And you know, 23 years will be Zero missions. I mean, it's just unbelievable. Erin Farina's the director of Press Communications for the Donald J. Trump campaign, She joins us for an update heading into the Final week and change of the election. Erin, Welcome back. How are you? I am good. Thank you for having me. How you feeling today? Our things at the campaign. Everybody feels very good today. President Trump didn't extraordinary job last night just completely dismantling every argument Joe Biden had on it was it was such a great night for the president. You know, the daily Rasmussen approval just came out President Trump that 51% approval rating. This is one point ahead of where Barack Obama was at the same point in 2012. It's clear the president message is getting through to the American people, even while big pack in the mainstream media and the presidential debate commissioner all trying to silence the president getting out there, and the American people are still like what they see. I'm looking at morning reader Data points. They have a national daily black likely voter job approval for the president. October 19 through the 23rd on debate day. It was a 37%. Today It's a 46%, and it has been a climbing. Steadily almost every day. What do you make of that? Well, I mean, that's not surprising at all. The president has such an extraordinary record, and it completely makes sense. He's making inroads into communities in the United States that people have that you can't do that because you're a Republican. And what they forget is that Donald Trump changed the Republican Party and he could change the political landscape across this country, be one counties and cities and states and demographic that people said you cannot win. You cannot move the needle on and why did he do it? How did he do it? Because he doesn't care what the media thinks He's out there fighting for the American people and everybody and it's something that resonates. So I'm that's not shocking at all. What are the plans between now and election Day? By the way, I noted the day after The debate the final debate, Joe Biden has one event. On his schedule, and it's like, you know, early afternoon wouldn't want to go to two early into the day, which is in my mind. Why nobody's asking questions from a critical standpoint in the media is beyond me, but very odd. I mean, they say after the last debate, you get out there. I mean, even last time you hopped on a train and went to a couple of spots. Listen, he's doing one event. He's doing it in Delaware, Contrast that with what the president plans to do between now and election day Yeah, well, the President's gonna be crisscrossing the country between now and Election Day multiple today. I don't know how he has so much energy, but he is nonstop on the vice president doing the same thing. For families billions. We have people all across this country talking to the American people. If they get out the vote effort right now we need to make sure we're talking to everybody and we're bringing new people into the fold. So that on Election day President Trump can win. We just have that Pennsylvania rally. You're going to see so many of those from the president. He's going to be all over the country just had a Pennsylvania rally with over 19,000 people signed up to go Of that 26% of them are not. Republicans and 20% of them didn't vote in 2016. The map continues to grow for President Trump. Joe Biden might only do one trip a day. But he had better because he doesn't have the stamina to do this. You can't compete with Donald Trump. He knows that they want to keep him in a way, and that's going to make a difference because the American people want someone who's going to fight for their votes. Not just seem they're going to get it. So give me those numbers again when you talk about the folks that were at the last rally because I've seen these stands for other rallies, and it's a mind blower. First of all, if you're a Democrat coming to a trump rally, your not coming there because you're a trump hater. You're coming there because your Thinking. Maybe my ticket isn't so hot. Maybe I ought to consider some of the things he's done. And you're persuadable right? So how many Democrats Yeah. So in the Pennsylvania rally we just had with President We saw that there were 19,011 19,000 people who signed up to go of that 26% or not. Republicans. 20% didn't vote in 2016. But we're talking about new voters, low propensity voters who are now coming on board because if you're going to show up in a rally, I think the number is your 73% more likely to go vote on Election Day for the president the numbers through the roof. And if you're one of those people who's not a Republican, that means you're either a moderate independent Orgeron, Eliza Democrat on our data, that's huge. We're seeing a quarter of the people who are showing up to see the president in a state like Pennsylvania who are not Republicans. People keep saying, this is just a hard for Republican base..

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Dirty movies. The name of this song. It is on fair warning and, yes, The song is about dirty movies. Tom Morello. One of my favorite guitars, and I think an innovator. Just like Eddie Van Halen, Tom Morello of Rage against the machine. If you don't know. Now, you know Tom Morello called Eddie Van Halen today and APICS talent. Other than genius. I cannot think of a better way to describe the Van Halen. An apex talent who's better? It's a short list of people who's better, right, Jimmy. Maybe Stevie Ray Vaughan, a personal favorite of mine, But if you say any Van Halen is better guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan, I'm not going to argue with you. It's like if you tell me that LeBron James is better than Michael Jordan. I'm a Jordan guy, But I'm not gonna argue with you because we're still talking about genius level talent, aren't we? I think we are No doubt, no doubt. Absolutely. Yeah. And Morello would know. They want a wood. That was one of those charities to sound all of his own, too. Yeah, you couldn't tell when he was playing guitar. You couldn't tell if he was like on the turntable scratching or plaque. She playing guitar? That's guitar. Damn bad ass. But he's always playing guitar. That's the trick. It sounds like a turntable record being scratched by a needle on the turntable, it eight. It's a guy with the same guitar getting that sound out of it. He's on that list. He's on the greatest guitarist of all time list. Tom Brown was Eddie was a living legend, right? And and now now he's gonna be remembered as the legend that he was, But I just can't you know, personally, I just thought, you know, you know, know these guys and Khun can evaluate them as Faras. Critically. I just had an appreciation. I don't have that kind of cold in that kind of year Ford or that kind of knowledge when it comes to music, But I just really enjoyed when you watched him perform and whether it was videos live. The guy looked like he was having a great time at all times, and that's part of it. I mean, you could be special. But if you don't send off that vibe of I love what I'm doing. I don't think people respond to you quite the same way. And I just think that he just he just exuded joy when he had the guitar in his hands. I will say this Man. If you can't enjoy being a rock star, then get the hell out of here. You'd be amazed There's some people who don't isn't it all works. I would say you played hell here. I mean, a lot of people would say that about playing in the MBA, but I got to think that there were some nights were like those guys. Man. I got to say, Get the hell out of here. Like, Seriously. There's the door. Leave. Go. There was not one night where you're like, man. I love what I'm doing, But this one I'm pulling myself through this one tonight. Of course. There's all every day as night. Yeah, I'm decide about overall. Everyone has a night Where you just like, damn ink out of tonight at his legs are heavy, and I'm getting my ass kicked out here. And damn It's only the second quarter. Oh, truck. It's gonna be o out of here a long a long evening her here long and I'm sure There are guys in every profession that feel that way. But you just have those nights like Dane. I gotta perform again. Tonight I play this song again in 90 this again tonight it is. Say the same jokes again tonight. All that kind of like, Yeah, I totally get that. I mean that That's that's a given everyone Hello to Troy have an overall last night. I think anything I think everyone's I mean, that's the one thing every isn't love. If you're gonna be great, it's something you're gonna love. It can imagine being great at something and not Not loving it. Are those Jap Jeff can good will hunting, So he loved it The game that much. He didn't love. What? Cause he didn't watch games like I don't watch games. Watch baseball. Yeah, I think he loved playing baseball. He didn't love watching baseball. He wasn't like a fan, which is still odd to me being and I was always a huge sports fan and played and it's kind of figured everybody was Nah, not. The case is not so much. Some guys are just really good at what they do. They was like now just do it. I love it. But I don't. I'm not. You know, I don't go home and watch it all the time. I'll watch different sports all the time again. I just kind of figured it. Everybody did that. But I was wrong. I mean, there were a lot when I was in the Warriors. Most of the guys are pretty big sports fans. Ah, Molly was a big sports fan. Petey was a big sports fan. Ah, Mitch was a big football fan. Ah, So was Timmy. I think football fan Nellie Nellie. I think watched a ticking watch some football and he watched a lot of basketball. He loved basketball, love, planning of coaching of watch and said, watch of their teams are there Other games, stuff like that, So I know you love basketball. But that's a good question. I think he lied picky like watching football on Nova baseball. I'm not I'm not sure. But it's funny because I talked to Steve a lot during the Baseball playoffs causes a huge baseball fan Dodger fan. You're rooting for the Dodgers, so we'll watch the will be watching the games. At the same time, we'll text back and forth. And he's like you're the only one I can text known on the team cares because no, none of the coaches in the coach's care. They don't Peter Guber. Peter Egan. Text, Peter probably right. You could take a taxi owner. Hey, baby, eh? But steps a big baseball fan. I think step is a Yankee fan. I'm not mistaken and set is a Red Sox fan. I think I think I read somewhere where they You know, the younger brother had to be like, always screw that. I'm going to go with good brothers, too. You want to go with e? Chloe. I'm not here to cast dispersions on people's parenting, especially step and Sonia, But you looked, your kids grow up to be Yankees and Red Sox fans. We could do better than that isn't LeBron fan? Yes, Lord I who knows where he is. He's a Yankees fan, and he's a cowboy..

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You know some Stevie Ray Vaughan or something? General Ahmad used to play in puddles jumping. No. Okay, I know I just didn't recognize it. President offending his decision to withdraw American troops from Germany taking a Twitter yesterday, the president questioned why the United States is supposed to protect Germany from Russia. When Germany is paying Russia billions of dollars for energy. He also said that Germany's behind on their 2% fee to NATO and, according to a German state broadcaster, Germany spent $43 billion on defense last year, which is about 1.5%. Of its GDP. Trump getting bipartisan criticism for the move. Says there will be about 12,000 servicemembers reassigned that would still leave 25,000 in country. Nearly half of that 12,000 are expected to stay in Europe, more than half will be returning to US basis. A decision also kind of anger NATO allies who say it weakens the position against Russia, but they're going to have to get over it because the Pentagon says the shift is in motion, according to the secretary of defense, Marquess for quote Our aim is to implement these moves as expeditiously as possible. We could see some moves began within weeks. Others will take longer. We're looking for something to do this weekend specifically on Saturday. Might I suggest the Texas Testicle Festival details coming up? Texas has surpassed New York and total Corona virus cases. Houston Congressman Louis Gohmert is being prescribed the controversial hydroxide Chlorine Quinn Following is Corona virus dog diagnosis. Civil rights icon John Lewis will be remembered today at a funeral in Atlanta, where former President Barack Obama will deliver the eulogy and the MBA is ready to play ball for Riel as the league tips off. It's a game regular season restart tonight in the Orlando MBA bubble more coming up W Away.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And we got out of the road suited up yeah thank you I I just thank you Alfa putting that on a and with respect to my son Michael and I hope he doesn't mind other brokers privacy a little bit he sent me that late last night said that check this out he knew the whole Stevie Ray Vaughan song nearly a lot every single link at the kid is just great and I'm so so proud of my boys at all yeah I didn't see him playing the song and you just said that to me just as the audio clip I would think that was Stevie I mean my it's got actually means I got a really phenomenal town thank you thank you guys I I really I I gotta tell you god bless you for saying that you know it's got a button is one of the favorites not but that's a quick someone used to come out of the box and Stevie's soul rest his soul and Michael could duplicated so thank you I'm gonna tell Mikey that and then you know what we're going on the road not taken Mikey Ridley and we're just gonna have a blast had put him out there but yeah and then and thank god seventeen you know he's a Daddy discovered this any embracing this and these quarantines he's been doing his plate is guitar so that is a good good thing you know and I think you don't got me kicked me out of trouble being in theater and at west Essex high school and then playing in my band agent with Johnny well jobs Johnny Vargo my buddies man and and we it does it kind of keeps you out of trouble a John the radio to the phone calls it's supposed to go in the morning and that that is of course would love to my my dear son Michael to my beautiful beautiful children by the grace of god almighty Hey so you know and again and again and I need to say I'm talking about training coming up with this they know what they're doing they come up with this is a virus we only I've done the research I don't just sleeping flagrantly because you don't want to be on the shelves with inflammatory I want to be objective and non inflammatory one of the Disney none of the press is is is objectively except for a I like I keep saying you could you could count it from of a fox news news that John Roberts doing such a great job with those pressures and that one American news network and news Max you know you hear this about that everybody else is like it they just want to instigate the president they want to be antagonistic all that we see let me get my gotcha question it stops were in this together we're in this together I don't care that it wasn't invited to this thing in New Jersey I've lived here all my life I paid my taxes you all my life I've I've been Jersey through went through would never go anywhere else you like it do I get invited now why because probably like that support president trump you're not going to put me in the discounted quite I don't care I hope they raise a lot of money my only concern is when you raise money in the Jersey it never goes to the people not that tax money to raising the tolls in the middle of this pandemic they're charging us a state income tax in the middle of this pandemic they're charging us our property tax what are you going to keep they don't I don't know that your problem but my business is shut down I didn't do not have a cash flow with the politicians so you're going to still ask me to play the part of the massive astronomical property that's all we have a whole we have a cap of ten to fifteen billion dollars a day well don't give the money away to illegals don't pay the law the adult day the legal services a legal don't pay free college for a legal help me out I've lived here I'm a citizen I stay here I don't move to Florida show me some respect of the soul out of it so they just don't understand it sometimes you know but on I still so help me god we're gonna stay true to where we are you stay in New York I stand in Jersey and people always go why we'll get a move to Florida the mod Texas call it I know taxes in dollars with the better tags Dr is that one of him in Murphy couldn't find but in real life so Bruce wow what a great song you live from us I think we should do our own private concert meaningful Floyd to do our own all of that every day yeah what are you doing raise money raise money for their or some other celebrities from Jersey that haven't been job you actually I don't know exactly I love you this is a procedure and Joe's been great jobs go to live in that level that way forever yeah Hey begin before we break and I see the phone calls I got a great the phone because I know the Frankie I see I I again I say this in a cheerleader mode so I I may not be as objective as they should be when I see governor Cuomo and I. D. if you know politics you see right through everything you know exactly what happened I know you do yeah he does a very savvy astute audience that we have on this program and I say that with the greatest appreciation and the greatest of honesty and I'm not patronizing it's true very set you get it so you see what governor call but he's brilliant all my god I don't care what the ulterior motive I don't care what games or what you know what kind of a I whenever you call the grandstanding I wouldn't go there all I know is it's good for New York it's good for the nation what governor Cuomo is doing I support it I'm a cheerleader for Andrew Cuomo go forward into he's great on camera he's it's supportive it's positive I love that and I and I just think a governor Murphy's doing a good job in the New Jersey as well so now go to movie goes on Tucker Carlson yesterday and we I know we got a break Frankie fibers I thought except for one or two question could you can't mess with Tucker man he is one brilliant kid I think it's because I'm old Tucker is brilliant and you can't mess around them and you better be locked and loaded when you go on Tucker add that to the governors on the government's behalf he went on the show and I thought he did okay but you you disagree thank you why did you think he did okay well because you answered the questions he personally went on number one number two he answered the question said look we just with thousands of new Jerseyans were dying and I didn't want millions of new Jersey die and that made sense to me are you are you saying I you know what I didn't think he did well at all I thought how did a better job defending you know the governor's actions off air this morning then then the governor did so when he when he was asked the question why are you a racist why are you closing parks and arresting a guy who's sitting there by himself and then you know the governor had no answer for it and he said he said oh I didn't know about that well and then so Tucker will why do you think sharks are what what do you think you know the houses of worship are so much more dangerous than liquor stores why do liquor stores get to stay open but churches and synagogues have to close why are you so much less likely to catch the disease in a liquor store then you are in a turtle the governor no response to that whatsoever but you know I found his response as some of the drinks insulting because what do jurors heard his response was well I've been advised by addiction counselors and if that if people are going through rehab or suffering from alcoholism that it would be very jarring to close the liquor stores Joe that is the stupidest response to any question I've ever heard in my entire life but he was just getting started then he goes and says about the bill of rights how can you just to spend the first amendment I wasn't thinking about the bill of rights when I did that hello a government constitutional and then figured mornings that we should know where did you get your legal authority to well now we know where we are we will we will I hear you Frank we will revisit this but again just because it's a pad that make it at that time of emergency a people are dying I I I supported a governor Murphy and and I I applaud him for even going on Tucker so I tried I give credit for going on absolutely thank you Frank thank you it's add nothing out there well we got it we got a lot going on in smart already Debbie had yet either phone calls all the calls six fifty three right now at W. 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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Wayne shepherd band blue on black and Kenny is a self taught guitarist started studying the guitar at age seven after meeting the late Stevie Ray Vaughan so someone online by the name of am a greater apparently he's a fan fiction writer I don't I'm not familiar with this and M. McGregor but as part of the internet's official public safety awareness campaign he put together this list of ten things you should never touch while time traveling number one butterflies like us because I think number two lightning bolts of course the supplies to normal traveling as well three relatives for your past self he says you won't go blind but you'll just annihilate all matter in the universe instantly number five Hitler I know it's tempting he writes but it's it but it always winds up worse than before a number six in eighty one thousand I'm not sure what that is number seven the primordial soup from which all life originated unless he writes your touching the soup is what triggered life in the first place this is really a judgment call but if you're wrong all life ceases to exist no pressure number H. professor Charles Xavier the Marvel Comics character the founder and sometimes leader of the X. men number nine something you thought was a moth but turns out to actually be a butterfly because seriously there is nothing worse than touching a butterfly when your time traveling and the number ten on the list of things you should never touch while time traveling any of my stuff there you go I say if you enjoy a coast to coast AM you gonna love George Norreys internet TV program beyond belief great guests great conversations conspiracy the paranormal UFOs cryptozoology.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A hard from coast to coast in worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM with George now now here's George the late Texas blues band Stevie Ray Vaughan crossfire as I mentioned at the top.

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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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Reba McEntire on Hosting 2018 ACM Awards, Not Getting Political

24 Hour News

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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