21 Burst results for "Stevie Ray Vaughan"

United Airlines International Travel Recovery Still Far Off

Texas Standard

00:41 sec | 2 months 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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American Airlines Cutting Flights to South America Because of COVID-19

Texas Standard

00:41 sec | 2 months 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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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:31 min | 4 months 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 | 5 months 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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Tuning Up: Gibson Guitars Sings Sweeter Song

Business Wars Daily

05:23 min | 1 year 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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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"F. B. there's been a major blow to the rock music world a deadly helicopter crash early this morning in Wisconsin five people have been killed including rock guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan and other members of rock star Eric Clapton's band Clapton however was not a board the helicopter it was heading to midway airport in Chicago falling a concert late last night no word yet on the cause of the crash although crashed into a field near a ski resort concert hall singer and guitarist Eric Clapton was not on the chopper but it is not yet known if thank you current TV ray Vaughn and Robert Cray were on board the identities of the victims will not be released until the relative can be notified and I've just been told by my producer that it has just moved across the wire that guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan one thirty five years old he died a helicopter crash outside east Troy Wisconsin twenty nine years ago today somehow wall so eight twenty two news ninety three point one K. Begay previous day Stevie ray and related to his band mates a disturbing dream then he had already witnessed his own funeral that evening the guitarist with his band double trouble join a special guest.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Go. Stevie Ray Vaughan. I saw him one night. He wasn't playing statue on. Oh. Not at pharma Adila, all kind of fog. I don't flimsy circa nineteen I guess eighty or eighty two I was there. Armadillo world headquarters. Armadillo world headquarters Stevie Ray was really the greatest one of the greatest guitar guys. I've ever seen. He and my friend van Wilks Johnson guy here in town. They're fantastic with a guitar. You missed out on that. Okay. I'm gonna take your word for it. Which is sorta story on Fox News about Marcus Nelson. The superintendent of schools in Waco who has been fired he was arrested for a misdemeanor possession of marriage. I wanna well to be fair. He actually turned in his resignation. He wasn't fired. Well, wink, wink. Six thousand dollars. That's why that's why he's gonna get ninety six thousand dollars. If this were in Austin. What would have happened if the school superintendent in Austin? You know, what would happen nothing? Nothing would have happened. It's a misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Well, it was interesting because they had a four and a half hour board meeting on Tuesday to discuss this parents talked and a lot of people in the community that the guy even some of the church pastors. They all defended him, apparently he's done a great job at at his job. But then what I thought was interesting was a student stood up and said, listen, my friend got got busted for possession, and he got suspended and sent to an alternative school. So how can you sit here and say the top person of the school district is allowed to do this and get arrested, and we've turned the other cheek and sent this kid a young person to an alternative school. That's a wonderful example because I think that's how out of whack some marijuana rules are because from the where I said, I'm on a marijuana user never used college experimented like everybody. But I don't use marijuana. Now never have in my adult life. But. I think first of all for the student who got one had to go to an alternative school. Why why did they do that for small amount of marijuana? Why do you do that? Because kids are drinking now people drink all the time people use more powerful drugs and marijuana. My point is was it prudent wasn't right to just they accepted Marcus Nelson's resignation. I think they were very benevolent to him to say, okay. Yeah. Resign will pay. It was ninety six thousand six thousand dollars that they're going to pay over the next couple of months and four pain. He was making more than that for a year when he was making far more. But I mean to be able to resign. So therefore probably get to go somewhere else. Correct. Yeah. Not really have that blimp that blemish on your reward to do. So I think that if it fared well for him. I think it's going to be be with Marcus. So when the next interview in nacogdoches or El Paso Lubbock Marcus, why did you leave Waco, wait? Lower smoking a little dope one afternoon. And I got caught. I just I think times have changed. He's got to be an example for the school district. I realized that he should have known better. He should've known better better. Car driving around. Yeah. Don't drive lease at your house. If that's something that you do. Right. My question our listeners, what should if this were Austin or round rock or Hayes are Pflueger Ville, what would have happened if the school superintendent would have gotten caught with a small amount. This was a small amount. The didn't have a big bail and bear wanted his back. Baggage car just had two ounces or whatever I know who have much to answer says, I'm so I don't know what it is either. But it was amount. What would have happened?.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"And the music of the beach boys, more or less came from his music his guitar, and he went to southern California when he was a kid in nineteen fifty four developed an obsession for surfing. Combining his passions of teaming with the Dell tones to create tracks. Let's go trip and miserable. Lou. He I'm guessing really guessing, I know, and it's underscored by there's a new PBS beach boys special reserve. HBO? I saw I remember where I saw over the weekend. But these guys were onto all kinds of drugs, anything and everything. And that's when you're in the shape that he was by the time us there because there are a lot of drugs involved in your life. And a lot of people think that's what helps to make these people as clever as they are as good as they are as creative as they are. So remember back to the song and. Listen, I remember when the song pipeline was that's a sixty song. But there was a new version of it done by Stevie Ray Vaughan in the eighties. I think right. You were listening to now that's Danielle with Stevie Ray Vaughan. Yeah. Right. Yeah. It was it goes to one of my favorite movies of all time called back to the beach. And it was Frankie in net. So many amazing. Such a lot of fun. So we note the passing of dick Dale here on the DJ program. Also from that era, some music news from the kinks more specifically Dave Davies returning the road this April with a tour of the northeastern part of the US nine date track. Coburn's the night the next month in collingswood Collingsworth. Where's that in New Jersey? How far is that from you? Jersey have no idea. Actually, I really don't know where that is. I don't know where.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Phil Murray Murray's never ending groundhog day as well as Stanley Kubrick's called classic a clockwork orange give Marvel's iron man Soo another watch eighteen horror flicks hereditary, and that's new to view streaming edition on iheartradio. The tools you need to face. News. I like to stay informed with KOA NewsRadio. Premiere networks presents coast to coast AM. Now, here's your guests does Jimmy church Stevie Ray Vaughan. That's all you have to say right there..

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KTOK

"No more long lines for you best by let's talk about. What's possible? Alexa. What station should I turn to win? Severe weather strikes. Newsradio one thousand k t o k. You're listening to coast to coast AM with George. From nineteen Eighty-nine Stevie Ray Vaughan crossfire, which is could be the title of Bob Lazar.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:20 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Gary mcnamara. I'm Eric Harley as we move into a Friday. Hey kids. It's the bonus show, Gary, how are you? I'm doing really really good. It's the Friday show. Said Friday Friday Friday, Friday, Friday, we're finally here coming up on the show. The accosted decision is delayed. I wonder why the league maybe the judge giving them a chance to think about it there at the Justice department. You know, we talked about it yesterday about either the incompetence with a conspiracy theory of the judges I had somebody writing say, we'll no. But the attorneys are attempting to do is protect the intern. Nah. Nah doesn't make. What do you mean? Protect the intern. I actually saw that being tossed around on social media during the day on Thursday. That in order to bring this up that they could call the the intern as a witness and at the intern has begged them to keep her out of it. Then they're doing this to protect. They would want to protect her and not involve her by going in different directions. It doesn't make sense because in their defense. They talked about the fact that big as as we'd mentioned right at the last part of yesterday, which I said, this is the the pad that the judge could rule for the White House. And due to the fact that the White House took out the most important part of the altercation, which is not to defend the second amendment. But you don't need to get to that place. But talk about the altercation that actually happened by bringing in the first part of it you've brought her in and they talked about the fact that he would refuse to give up the microphone, and so you've brought her in at that point. Well, I guess that's the question. Do they feel like they've brought her in? If it's the if it's just another reporter refusing to yield to the next reorder, right? But where did that come up from where where did that? That's just that's just a hypothesis or tried to protect her. Yeah. I think that's all you got right now because they don't know. Nobody knows nobody has said that. And I don't see that happening. I don't think that's the I don't believe that's the case at all. Well, because here's what they failed at doing the lawyers for the Justice department and defending the the actions of the White House here what they failed to do is go the actual full measure. And I think this is what judge Kelley was talking about or alluding to or trying to get to a point too. And that is another reporters shouting something or refusing to guild to the next reporter is not a unique situation. What makes a very unique situation in terms of behavior, and it is a definitive crossing of the line, which would have been your huge massive weight. Was when he pushed her arm away and essentially used in order to keep her from getting that, Mike, right? And and that's what's unique to this situation. And they didn't go there. That's it's still boggles my mind, maybe maybe judge Kelley just needed till Friday morning to stop shaking his head. It's just bizarre. We'll see we'll see where that goes. Coming up. Also Broward County misses the machine recount deadline by two minutes. Yeah. Oh, and Scott picked up seven hundred and seven hundred plus votes. So now, it has to go to a recount they missed it by two minutes with all the time. They missed it by two minutes. Anybody by that? Right. Clark Adine yesterday. That was yeah. That was really sad. You know, growing up in my family every Saturday. Here's here's what it was. I mean, at least every other Saturday dad had steaks or something on the grill, but we would have family dinner around the TV that one night not at the table. We were able to actually take our place out into the living room and watch you know, that righty show the hawk and if you just if you look at the musicianship on that show. It's just it's just incredible. But ROY Clark there's the clip from when he was on the odd couple original. Yes. Yes. Unbelievable. As the guitarist. I mean, I think of all of my guitar heroes. One that's real close to home. In fact, we're right now just a few miles as the crow flies from where he grew up Stevie Ray Vaughan. But if you look at the way that ROY Clark picked unbelievable. It was a lot like Stevie Ray in that. They I mean this glee they were putting everything in to they're playing you could see the look on their face the way that they picked the way that that they really I guess executed a song. That kind of passion, you know, can only come naturally you. You don't learn that kind of passion that talent is something. I also believe is is it very natural. And it's in its purest form I posted on social media yesterday. The when he was on Johnny cash and just went nuts. You know? He just went nuts and the Qatar. But the thing was when he was really really going at it. And you see his fingers flying all over the place the camera split and went between the fingers in his face. And the look on his face was absolute intense enjoyment. Yeah. You can tell the tent city that he was just like, whoa. But there was a part of it of the look on his face. Which was like, I can't believe my fingers are doing this. Yeah. My thing with ROY Clark is actually he haw. Tainted me. I I anything that came from hee-haw. You know, when I was growing up I was in teenagers like climate he other things so hokey it actually tainted me from not understanding the talent of the musicians on their show. Just because it was so hokey and ROY Clark in particular. It was a couple of years after abso-, and I started seeing, you know, more videos of him and went oh my gosh. This guy's just unbelievable. And then I realized that okay? That was just a comedy show that he that he did which by the way. Now, I find it ever comes up. I find it. Larry's because it's so silly and its nature if you look at the purpose, and I have no idea I would have to talk to the creators of it and the writers behind it. It really was to facilitate the music in a different way. I mean, if you think about, you know, many Pearl being on there. She was a regular, but the. How silly silly jokes? It really came down to the fact that they were so stupid. They were funny that the jokes were so, and this is this was kind of in line with I think Carol Burnett and everything else it was a different. Approach because it involves music. But it was I think it was one of those comedy approaches that really was about. Finding a way to present country music every week. And and I guess keep it keep it fresh and keep it fun. It was to me. I didn't really laugh at it. As a kid. I didn't unlike you I didn't really laugh at until I got much older started watching some of the shows are parts of the shows back on on on YouTube. But when you look at those performances, and this is where you start seeing you know, when you see ROY Clark aside from that TV show. I mean you look at his performance. And he he's up there. As a as I said yesterday, he is up there with the absolute best that ever exists. There's good I because a good he what I look at people who have mastered their instrument. And there are a number of them. I mean, I I don't know how many count in terms of guitars, but he is he's in that list. Yes. I don't care if it's Joe Satriano, Steve Vai, inveigh moms steam, Eddie van Halen, all of these that mastered it in rock and let me add another one because he died recently. And I don't think a lot of people have a really really appreciate what he can do Glen Campbell Glen Campbell's unbelievable in Campbell's skills were way in his family. Even said in his last years, one of the things that still came naturally never left him until the very end. Was this plane? I bought an album where he did covers of his own. He redid his his own songs, and he did he did a foo fighters cover. Yes. And I bought that album, and he was seventy three when he recorded that album. Didn't miss a beat. He did Wichita lineman with stone. Temple pilots. It's just a video of him sitting in a studio doing that song. And it did it did not lose anything. In fact, it was better than it had ever been. And that was kind of when you know, someone has mastered their music their their songs their skills when it gets better when every time it gets better. I mean Clapton or any of them that you can put up, you know, in terms of masters, ROY Clark. Glen campbell. These guys were right up there. And they were there by the way for a long while and I think about how long in my life, and it's probably by the time. I realized that they were really good. I was into my thirties. But I think about how we were raised on music. We've talked about this before we were raised on top forty radio, which is different than today where everything everything is calm compartmentalized. You know, there's this format this format this format. And I remember, you know, for example in the nineties when you would have the grunge people. The only good music is grunge only. Good music is as younger music is metal. And we were we were blessed to understand that that because of top forty music because you heard everything you heard all forms of of news acuity of carpenters, and then the who and then free, and then then the Stirland vocal band. Alabama. Over Alabama right Alabama on earth. John denver. A you know, a Johnny Johnny cash. Then strawberry alarm clock. Still freaks me out that the league cars from strawberry. Alarm clock clock was one of the league of terrorists have Leonard Skinner. That's always blown me away. But it made me we were able to appreciate. And this is what I fear that a lot of young people today because they've been so focused on formats of, you know, this is the culture. This is what I'm into don't get to appreciate and are able to understand when we compare a ROY Clark to an Eddie van Halen. Right. And they go what are you talking about? There's no way way. Right. There's there's there's an, and that's I mean, you look at each of their contributions, you mentioned Johnny cash when he did nine inch nails hurt. I thought to myself dear Trent wrestler. Johnny cash owns this song from Huron. It's no longer yours. That's and if you went to Trent. He said that to him a probably agree. His response would have said. Yeah. I don't know how you could depict. I heard hurt I from Johnny cabbie. Yeah. And then saw said won't residents of this. And I went and saw him do it in concert. Yeah. And the funny thing is if I would have seen residue at first I'm to send onto really great song. But I saw him do it after I saw Johnny cash, right and her Johnny cash. Do it. I went as okay. When I heard a seventy three year old blend Campbell do the foo fighters. I'm just thinking to myself this right here. This is the best of both worlds because you're hearing a master do something that by the way sounded very natural just sounded as if it was written for him. Or maybe that he wrote it even it was it was incredible. And and I think that's what that's where the true appreciation comes in. And I have in my music election. I have everything from gospel to bluegrass too, the heavy metal and everything in between. You know, it it you you break down the, you know, I was watching the documentary on Elvis and how he would go to these clubs when he was very very young. And he was one of the only white people in the clubs, but the influence they said on him. That was the core of his music until the day. He died I can say with Elvis, I was tainted on Elvis because of the movie all my aunts and uncles were into the movies. And I went these searches hokey, well, then the big. This year's was what got me was the one film, and you, and I've talked about this the one film that was taken when he just broke right? And he's on the back of that flatbed trailer. Right..

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like, buddy guy, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray, Vaughan, and the band Led Zeppelin. Rush died yesterday of complications from a stroke. He suffered more than a decade ago. He was eighty four years old NPR's. Eric westervelt has this appreciation. He wasn't as widely known as BB king buddy guy looked to blues fans and scores of musicians Otis rush was powerful unique and hugely influential. I love. Russia's work in the late nineteen fifties. For Cobra records included the song, double trouble Stevie Ray Vaughan, took for the name of his band, and Eric Clapton covered on many albums. No place to go. Mothership? Call bro. Double concrete.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The us figure like they would learn you know buddy holly stevie ray vaughan john denver rick nelson at some point i would hire tour bus i'd be like if i were if i became a rock roll singer i would be like john madden i'm begging boss and we're getting deter ducking and we're gone out david is in violent on new jersey one zero one point five eight doing david okay what's going on which i never heard not too many people i saw pbs special and this group everyone's still living but uh they never say too much about him and then the beatles paul mccartney bruce springsteen and they've clark five mike smith know they just honored him and they they talk there were a great band absolutely taylor what do you know about mike smith he was a tragic story right mike smith was the charismatic lead singer of the dave clark five right dave clark was the drummer he was not the lead singer dave clark owned the rights to all the music and so he skis you order that mikey gus crude he's still around dave and he's super super rich hordes the the music of the prophets mike smith had been out of the business for awhile then he fall off a ladder so yeah he was making a comeback he he went on letterman paul shaffer has honored guest for night and he was i think you just got in a contract to get him you album out and he fell off his ladder at his house man what an incredible way way too young david thanks for the call to new jersey one at one point five ronnie spector at the paramount theatre a couple of weeks ago and she sings this song my favorite dave clark five song maybe saw that pbs special they just had this dave clark five soundtrack running through it did you just you know he didn't love the dave clark five in the beginning you loved him by.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Turned Up

Turned Up

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Turned Up

"This day and i'm like okay yeah i hear that now big six drumming and the highstrung stuff and just the way it's produced out it's just sounds a little bit like country music so if you don't know there's a christian music industry and you hear this song you might assume its country if the vocals were a little twin year makes sense what about you jake man i did not know of christian music growing up as a like a little kid you know i we listened to nirvana spin doctors stevie ray vaughan stone temple pilots pink floyd that was like the stuff i kind of grew up on cut my teeth on just i was young that was like to me that's what music was when i was twelve i moved in with my dad i'd lived with my mom and and so i just transition i went from austin texas to eastern new mexico will town called palace my step mom was a teacher at the christian school that i started attending and her my dad went to church and and and suddenly i wasn't allowed to listen to mainstream music which would always knew it a secular music and i didn't even know that that was like a kind of a christian term for a long time secular just meeting separate seculars hated that secular sick but term the interestingly enough i i didn't know that there was such a thing as christian music like its own sub sector of music but i did have this kidney this friend named frankie who i guess there was a jesus freak devotional thing that came on the radio and sometime in the mid nineties and they would always play the song and i remember him being stoked and like we were out playing and him being like oh it's almost six i gotta get home because they're going to play jesus freak and i remember coming you know coming into his bedroom and him turning on his little radio in his room and hearing the song i was i had been like eight.

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Reba McEntire on Hosting 2018 ACM Awards, Not Getting Political

24 Hour News

02:26 min | 3 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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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"The road with bowie to promoted in may of nineteen eightythree but the tour would occupy von for a year preventing him from promoting his own album bowie's management decided to let stevie ray open select dates on the tour just before it began however they reneged on the deal not only would they not allow him to open but von also couldn't give interviews about his album on the tour chesney milliken vons manager pulled stevie ray from the tour moments before board boase tour bus the tour manager pulled stevie rae's gear bags off the vehicle the bus took off without stevie ray vaughan leaving him standing on the sidewalk with no idea what to do stevie put his time and attention into promoting his first texas flood album and the rest is history to artists worked alongside bowie for most of his entire career tony visconti goes back to the days of space oddity and work for boeing as both a musician and a producer pianist mike garson who's brilliant skill in atonal style danced over many memorable bowie tracks most notably on the title track for nineteen seventy three's aladdin sane album played with bowie for almost thirty five years from iggy pop to share for from bing crosby to stevie ray vaughan from john lennon to hogle or al be sure to trent resonator bowie repeatedly recharged his creative talent by working with a wide array of diverse brilliantly talented performers they challenged him and actually as a bowie watcher i think he wanted that what do you say gossip you got a favorite in the bowie catalog or a favorite story or have you heard that about the stevie ray vaughan incident in switzerland every time his name comes up.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Middle of this giant building only to see entrance at rare mmhmm which is the title of my first gay film remember you talking about what some i want some was avian awards for a proud worse prouder timeout good yeah yeah newcomer of the years of what you are and what house for among other things yeah and uh so i went in there and they didn't have what i wanted in the guy was trying to convince me that they did and i'm like this is not what i want you has it is another please just i know what i want me another thin and there was some cat like my age like sixty year old cat who had was plugged in new like an orange amplifiers on them and super loud just played some weird blues rips like super low linked for no reason i there's there's one always there's always that going on there's a security guard sit right by him to make sure nobody steals a guitar out the back either and this basically like maybe there were three customers in there now at this guy is just waiting that it's like dude i'd like to hear from some guitar center employees how they become over the years or months immune to the wailing guitars i think they do because i said it you must get pretty sick of this new the guard and he like he didn't even hear me right yeah and he's just asleep a man was like if some stevie ray vaughan or submarines elite we get a man you could play some sweet lau blues good for you very authentic who's you're going through ratnakar he not.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Harmontown

"Of audience and blues and it's part of me thinks it's because blues needs to be mixed with another compound to calm the life and and you could say for everybody kick came around the kind of the kind of were mixed the am i right in saint stevie ray vaughan sort of did the same thing yeah stevie ray vaughan did the same thing jimi hendrix did the same thing you know and clapped in is is the guy who refused really incredibly prestigious blues playing with pop music and that's incredibly hard to do to get the to get this is you know to get those two organisms to live together or not reject each other and just tornado blob at a petri dish like it's really hard like nine out of ten attempts to do it you just end up with nothing so i mean that's that's a that that that guy stands in his own universe is not meant aid sin low way that you use it let me ask a question do you think that's a cool song i think it's a funny song the thing i think it's funny about it is that it's it's the only thing i've ever heard that starts mid refrain yet yes funny that that signed this goes some new way naturally as sort of like that should start with sometimes you use things sometimes a bomb those big tricks of data and that a build and build a bell of those like and you're waiting from ago it's at but he was just like like i just think it's funny that the needle drops so that record it's like.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on Harmontown

"Of audience and blues and it's part of me thinks it's because blues needs to be mixed with another compound to calm the life and and you could say for everybody kick came around the kind of the kind of were mixed the am i right in saint stevie ray vaughan sort of did the same thing yeah stevie ray vaughan did the same thing jimi hendrix did the same thing you know and clapped in is is the guy who refused really incredibly prestigious blues playing with pop music and that's incredibly hard to do to get the to get this is you know to get those two organisms to live together or not reject each other and just tornado blob at a petri dish like it's really hard like nine out of ten attempts to do it you just end up with nothing so i mean that's that's a that that that guy stands in his own universe is not meant aid sin low way that you use it let me ask a question do you think that's a cool song i think it's a funny song the thing i think it's funny about it is that it's it's the only thing i've ever heard that starts mid refrain yet yes funny that that signed this goes some new way naturally as sort of like that should start with sometimes you use things sometimes a bomb those big tricks of data and that a build and build a bell of those like and you're waiting from ago it's at but he was just like like i just think it's funny that the needle drops so that record it's like.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"All right we're who cares added it sounds like a down hope or don't take it away before noon if you've heard i've never heard the song my god them like never literally never once you just said it was in every movie true it was in tons of movie trailers can't stop the rock and it it everything i also is that was right to late 90s that sounds like daft punk isn't daft punk that did power def that sounds like a like a stevie ray vaughan got evoke odor will kind of a tune everything at suggesting off of me listen to this is daft punk some it might sound a little bit like daft punk jarrai the vote of the voice part does crisis i'm sandra to be difficult any way face sri marvel through a rag narok uh uh let's get down to it let's right off the bat there will be spoilers sorry pat did you like the fell i don't like any of these films that's not true you've defended them before on here i like only i liked doctor strange um and by the way when i ever watch them again uh that i love them no i like guardians into the galaxy fine two fine um but i hate the dc's i hate the marvels i hate almost all superhero move is bought i love tyco what t t.

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"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"stevie ray vaughan" Discussed on KOMO

"Nbc entertainment news here's christopher watson legisi to know that i have your undying loyalty a few months ago alec baldwin suggested he was done playing donald trump on saturday night live sing audiences were probably tired of it but now he tell cnn he'll be back this fall baldwin's trumpet purse the nation helped an snl some of its highest ratings than a decade you will lease fondest creation lady gaga on the other hand it will not be returning to tvs american horror story entertainment weekly says they've confirmed it gaga won a golden globe for her work on the ethics series during its fifth season season seven returns this fall backstreet boys has scored their first number one hit on the country chart that is their collaboration with florida georgia lyon on god your momma and me tops billboard's hot country song sture at this week at happy birthday tuesday to chandler rigs the actor who plays carl grimes on tv's the walking dead turns eighteen gene i'm christopher watson last night she in new york city tuesday's player adam clayton received the stevie ray vaughan award from usid cares as a charitable arm of the recording academy the award is given the music industry people who help others recover from addiction clayton now sober has done that through work with musicares musicians assistance program after clinton accepted his award he joined his bandmates for three songs we'll get to the morning's top stories including the latest from abc news he in just a couple of minutes komo news time seven twenty seven the home depot no has life proof final plague flooring starting at just to seventy nine to square foot the warm look of wood flooring with the surface that's tough.

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