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Defense rests its case at murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

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00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Defense rests its case at murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

"The defense has rested its case at the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse the judge agreed to jury instructions and closing arguments could be held Monday in a Wisconsin murder case that has stirred fears debate prosecutors have sought to portray Kyle Rittenhouse as remorseless an instigator and a vigilante the eighteen year old said his intent was to protect property and render aid when he brought in a R. style rifle in his life guard medical kit to the streets of Kenosha Wisconsin during destructive protests over the police shooting of Jacob lake that August night in twenty twenty Rittenhouse took the stand Wednesday to say he was defending himself from attack and had no choice when he used his rifle I did what I had to do to stop the person who is attacking me his account has been largely corroborated by evidence and the prosecution's own witnesses Rittenhouse said that Joseph Rosenbaum cornered him and put his hand on the barrel of his rifle the second man hit with a skateboard and the third band came out him with a gun of his own he faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison if convicted of the most serious charges which include first degree homicide and reckless endangering try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king

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"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

Music in Motion Columbus

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"Here on three bands with kyle wash mass being gone on to home yesterday but he a gall for on air to yesterday out. Heroes sound is camp how.

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03:31 min | 9 months ago

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07:46 min | 9 months ago

"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"So there's a lot of extra perks you get to go to concerts and everything else you can make a career out of it. It's just i you know at my age now. I still won't know what i do for the rest of my life households is. It's one of those things. So i commend you for sticking with this long And you make it entertaining. That's the thing. I've always loved about listening to your show is is i'm always. I'm getting little in. It's not very obvious lot of times. I'm getting little tidbits of that. I wouldn't necessarily get from other clear channel or iheart type. Radio stations cd. Ninety nine being independently owned random loyal and whatnot. S- commend him for doing that. Yeah seriously f you bring the the local music that you guys bring to to the airwaves and giving them exposure is. There are so many great bands. Here i mean it is when when you i guess when you came to columbus I don't want say where you amazed. But i mean obviously your music you love music and i think that's where i kind of connect what was it about the columbus music scene. You dig much. So i guess didn't really fall into local music until i got to college Simply because i didn't really have the access to it at that point in time and i wasn't quite cool enough to know about any like punk houses or any all ages things that would have been going on so it wasn't until i got to college but i met a guy my very first day of college named brad caulkins who He played at the time. Played in a great band called monsters. Zero now monster. Zero hung out with a guy. That's been called ear wig and earwood given adequate for ever and i know i will give credit to to lizard mcgee for keeping up at that for twenty thirty years now but so he was playing in a band. They kind of got involved in this little seen those bands. So you know there was ear. Wig has been called preston furman. Who just floored me. called bigfoot revolved out of the late. Ugly stick And so that was sort of how that was my entrance into that. This would have been nineteen ninety four and he's been played at bernie's all the time so i would go to see them at bernie's and then well they're not playing tonight but i wanna go to bernie's so you know you go to bernie's see. Oh wow there's other monster truck five and while there's gone and while there's a thomas jefferson slave apartments in. I guess i realized that that look at the time local music i i always feel like local. Music is sort of derogatory term. But i don't know what else you call it. But i didn't really realize that you could have that many bands that were that great. All in one little cluster. That wasn't living in new york living los angeles living in london or manchester any of the great rock cities The i fell in love and just started going out every night. I ended up Moving in right behind. Bernie's like catty-cornered bernie spectacle. Walk over there all the time. And then of course after watching for the watching that for nine months while i wanted to. I want to get involved in this now. Also a buddy mind sold me a hundred dollar drum kit. I learned how to play drums. I'll be chorley started. Started a band I only lasted as drummer for a very short amount of time. Because as much as i have doing it. I am not good at it but no it really was so cool to see all these fans and i i do. Think that Throughout the twenty. Three years. Or so that i've lived in columbus twenty five years. I've lived here. There's you know there's ups and downs in it but there's i think there's Consistently been like little pockets of people doing really cool things thing i love so much about. It is if you're in columbus ohio you're not claimed music and make money playing music to give face. You're doing it because you can't help it you know and there's a lot of good really cool. I'm sorry there's a lot of really great music here and it's it's you know to touch on what you just said you know. It's it's bands that are that are really. They're never really going to be bigger than the local or or or semi regional area. Central central ohio Yet the outstanding deck. you know. that's that's the thing that just kills me about. It too is one of the reasons why i try to get as many of these bands on the radio can Because of that. Because i want people here some of this. Even if it's not my particular particular thing though i really tend towards dark music a attend towards pump. Things gossiping's shoe daisy bands. A lot. but it's not really my thing but it's good people should hear that you know if you play in a band to hear music on the radio gives you such a huge charge. you know. it's the coolest thing we you play If i'm not mistaken of every week. Monday through friday and believe at nine o'clock yup You play a couple of songs by a lot of local bands. You might And you put out the the schedule every week the week. And it's so great to see all these different bands know they're sharing out on their facebook or social media and whatnot. They're like oh we're going to be on stage live and you know it's you know they're all excited about this team. So yeah i totally get what you're saying. I get really excited about it too. It's you know. I mean that's what a community is you. We do these things than you do. These things and we all kinda kind of share it together. We all get to share in the excitement of one of the things ever as ban town called brokers that i like a lot in the front man in breakers buddy mind brian baker they. They'd sent me some new music at one point in time. Locate can you premier a brand new song. And i'm like heck yeah. I'd love to put on front stage that night. And later he sends me this video of him in his band members sitting outside their car parking lot drinking beers with the radio cramped up with their son and they're just like raging and jumping up and down like they gave me so much joy you know. It's great because i'm a gra- church myself to Matter of fact. I have one of the i call it. The the brat trick t-shirt wishes the cheap trick kind of kinda stole that brat curse heck cheap thing on one. Brian baker but trying to get him on the podcast for edvard up. I'll try to help up pokemon Poke adam about it right on. Hey let's play some music and all news this week chosen by our guest tom. Butler of cd. Ninety two point nine. We're gonna kick things off going back quite a few decades. This is black flag. We have a special surprise. Kinda backed with the first track here. This is nervous breakdown. Keep morris black flag me listening to.

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"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

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02:00 min | 11 months ago

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07:41 min | 1 year ago

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"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

Music in Motion Columbus

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"King zacks black. The skype from the album dog man right here on the cat club. Podcasts presents three rans wig bandwagon. Our special guests from the windy city. Second city also known as chicago. Dan i need you now. Why did you choose. Lack the sky from dog man. Not that i'm not that i'm disagreeing with the choice. Yeah i loved kings act so i'll add to tell you when you first asked me to name band you know three ends or maybe three songs and i chose the band route. I came up with three bands and that took me a long time to decide. And then when you asked me okay well we also send a songs like Now because each of the three bands. I love so much in picking one song from Any one of them was difficult This literally came down to dog. Man i think was kings xs most famous record high. If you can even call it that but if there was going to be any reference that anybody would know it'd be from dog man. But i didn't want to choose that song in this one. Is they do everything in the song that i love so much. They get this really dougherty. Nasty drop d tuning thing on guitar that make it sound heavier than heavy and at the same time they do these amazing three part harmonies over it. It's i dare. One of my very favorite band is not my favorite band. I've seen kings x i. I literally go see them every single time they come through chicago. If i can. And i've been doing that since eighty nine so picking one song it was it was rough and this was just a matter of kind of flipping through launch and it hit me the right way and i said okay. We'll just go with. We'll go with black sky. Personally i would have bound with the ball around me. But they're only like i saw. This man means so much. I can't even tell you so so boiling all down to one particular song completely impossible and your hit the nail ned to with the three par armies. Which when you think if you take a moment think about it. It was a three piece band. That's hard as hell. Yeah to be that tight that harmonic vocally and tighening and everything. I mean he's just in. This is one of the reasons that i love watching them live to is because they do all this live in watching the drummer. I sing and play drums as well in watching him saying these amazing harmonies while playing what he does just watching him as a three piece. They sound like there's ten guys on the stage. Unbelievable how good they are alive and doug pennock just fantastic. Always loved his voice. He's got a great voice. He's also to me one of the most intriguing people in rock. Honestly i he's his actual story. I wrote a bunch of books on him and he's from joliet he's actually from about thirty minutes from here but but Their entire story of how they started. And if there's one of these bands that have kind of evolved over time. When they initially started off they were considered a christian rock band and they were kind of put into that corner for a very long time. And if you listen to the recordings and you listen to the lyrics you can see the kind of movement away from that and He's he was older. He was almost forty years old when they got signed with their first record. Deal way back len. So is he's older so he's got some interesting perspective he's a black man and he's homosexual and he was raised in a very christian family and so he started taking heat for being homosexual ended. It was. there's all these nuances to him. That i find completely fascinating. And what i love about them as when you listen to the lyrics album after album saw after some you can literally follow his life as he's trying to make sense of all these pieces together. Oh yeah he's a great storyteller to which a lot of vans might have that longevity but sometimes more than sometimes. I think a lot of bands fall into whether it's what's safe you know they. They don't necessarily wanna stretch the boundaries too far but with king's x in my in my opinion it seems like they always striving to progress. Yes absolutely and that means that there are certain records that are better than others and they they took a chance on some records and some people loved it and some people didn't but those kind of artistic choices i think very cool and it. Just it's one of those bands out there doing exactly what they wanna do and people either follow it or they don't ear candy wasn't a really popular album for me. Now i will one hundred percent disagree with that and almost chose a song off of your candy. Actually i mean it's okay. I mean i'm not saying it's bad. It's it's a very good album. Just some reason it just didn't it didn't touch me deep inside. You know like yeah. A lot of the other stuff did on a desk kind of one of the joys about a man like that is like doing exactly what they want they're not catering to anybody necessarily take record like that. It didn't really hit you. it completely hit me. it must have just. It couldn't be simple as just the timing. And when you happen to hear it in your life and i just i i love that record and i the last bit that i love about kings axes. It's been the three of them together for all these years. There's never been anybody else aban. There could never be anybody else in the band. It's it's there the ingredients and they've been doing that since. I believe eighty seven with that same formula in able to progress as three friends and three songwriters. So i think that's really cool in in a world where a lot of times bamber shift out all the time you know. There's different people they. It's it's interesting to watch van work over thirty five years with the exact same. Three people look. At how many bands. That are twenty five to thirty years old at this point and there may be only one original member left right. yeah ours. Like the third drama. Right i simpson was carrying the name on and really everybody else's gone. You see that like festival bands. Sometimes they come through. It was like there's nobody left from the original. You can't really call it that can you. But yeah this is kind of the opposite of that is the way it goes. I guess You know in in the music business is a business but It's entertainment you and the great thing i had this discussion with my wife. The other night There's a song lyric for every moment. Every facet of our lives and the varying kind your new project that one that one really touched me on a level that i hadn't i hadn't had music affect me like that in over a decade I mean my hat is off I have to check my hat to To you and Scott david allen Who his other product is a covenant of forms. Yes but you and him got together and you came up with something totally new in unique for you and your drumming because i at that point bavard any burying kind. You know. i've i've been listening to joy. Thieves and the mary's window hawaii adore. I just love that music. And then i hear your drumming in the burying kind and you florida again to be honest with you. It was really just one of those things where i was like. Wait is this the same guy.

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Music in Motion Columbus

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

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05:53 min | 1 year ago

"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"Up. You don't want that pan terra right here on the podcast presents. Three bands with arch madness. Mouth for war rather. Yeah yeah. it's it's crazy. And like i said you through curveball. Didn't see that one common okay. Why the hell did you choose that song i chew. I picked that one so from ninety four to ninety six. I was a radio and tv student at marietta. college countdown. if market down and i opened every had a show on on saturday nights from nine midnight or nato. Are you ready for the book which was a play off of. Your dice can get cancelled. If i tried that shit right now. County rian binghamton. New york really was an eight thousand people right. So my buddies and i we were into. We were into pan tara. And i kind of play off. The whole metallica thing. Once the black album was was finished in the tour and everything. It just wasn't doing it for me so from ninety two till about the late nineties i was. I was fantastic guy. And they kind of flew the flag for heavy metal. They really did. Oh yeah and we're having a spot was over display power king so i get into marietta college. I've got a radio show. And i said i want saturday nights. I wanna do this. I want you know. I'm a local boy i want. I want this. i want this. You know the students would. This was kind of cool still because people were you know they were listening. Listening and college. Radio is the best. I miss college radio so much. Love ormat very very blessed but there was there was rules. There is a beauty to it. Are you ready for the book. So i would have the first rate. I'd have the andrew dice clay playing and then it would always get get indendent. It and i would have malfa war for all three of those years. I opened my college radio show with mouth for war and it was always kind of You know. I always try to fill says always try to channel my hate into something productive and that's what i did. I wanted those people to know that was nothing like they had ever heard before and it was it was and it was a blast and i cranked mouth for war of such a big. You know like. I said i could have picked many. I could have picked under lock and key. I could have picked enough's enough strength. i could have picked. There was other records. But where i was an rick honestly as guy you know there was a panthera video for a song called piss and was only unreleased song that the guys had had after diamond past they re released it and there was a video made by their fans and this. This kid starts to video and he goes. Hey man. i'm just another guy who's going to die in the town. I was born in. And i can remember man from when i was about. Nineteen about twenty one or twenty. Two i was. I'm not the same fun loving guy that you see right now man. I was angry. I didn't if i was pissed. I didn't know what i was going to do with my life. And that's why. I was kind of gravitated harder music. And that's why gravitated to pandera after metallica decided to write love songs and it was just where i was. I was upset. I didn't know what my future held. And i gravitated to pan tara from about ninety two on and i made sure that that was the song that i was gonna come up with for my college radio show. I wanted those people to know one of those students to know there was nothing aggressive like that. Sure they were heavy metal songs. That were heavy metal shows. But they weren't they weren't playing pandera like i was and they didn't come out with the attitude that i was especially down home and it was. It was cool and that song always be special to me and it was just. It was where i was as a young teenager in twenty something just trying to figure out what the hell was going to do with my future. And that's why i love it. That's always hold a special special place for me. Journey just popped into my head down talking about a small town small town right right. So that's it man. That's the story. All three of those. I mean with with with kissed you know it was the beginning for me. a metallica. my junior and senior year in high school black. The black vans the black skin tight jeans and then then then switch up five days a week. The differ black t. Shirt and then when i finally figured out what the hell was going to do with my life i get into school. I get into college a finally i was. I was in college for seven years. Rick and i don't write prescriptions charged from animal. House your man so but anyway. That's that's why that is so special for me and all three of those. That's cool man as so excited that you chose this way to go with the three bands with me. And that's why.

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Music in Motion Columbus

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"We had a good four year run. We did man we did. It was fun second round second round. Wasn't that fun after beat tampa dude d. Tampa ace banked themselves took a broom to their ass. It was fine. It was a good time. Yeah that's a whole other. We'll discuss that during the two hundred fiftieth exactly off. So let's play this last song and and we'll have a little bit Coming out of the song where we have to wrap things up. Talk about pandera Is this the one that you didn't see common. I didn't see this one common man. Okay not that. I didn't think you were panther fan. I just know. I gotcha man. I got to tell you. Why more coming out of arkansas. Mrs lips but this is tara mouth for war from their vulgar display mobile display of power or go greatest record of the nineties met. Oh well it's up from hell. That was to me a better all right. We'll discuss. Yeah we'll discuss but this is fantasia mouth for war for nineteen ninety two ninety to listen to it right here. yeah club. Podcast presents three bands..

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04:12 min | 1 year ago

"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"About going in that direction. Exact exempt well before we play our first song. I at this is three bands with greg bell And we've got you chose three great bands Before we played the first song. I did want to touch on When you start playing my music and abandoned was up. In cleveland direct. Yes yes. I was raised in. Well i was. I moved to cleveland in nineteen sixty one. I was born in upstate. New york my father worked for the railroad and as he worked his way up the ladder. Our family moved a lot from buffalo new jersey and finally ended up in cleveland where the headquarters of the railroad that he worked for was he was promoted up to the front office. So i came here when i was like nine years old and And i stayed until i was out of the army after from the tooth broke up in one thousand nine hundred ninety six. I moved to connecticut but in that time pretty much you know grade school high school everything. Finding out who i was and and the interests that i would have all all developed in cleveland now having moved to cleveland in nineteen sixty one and i i can't remember the date off top my head but was alan freed still on the radio back then. No he wasn't and neither was. The alfred had left for new york of what i've read way earlier than that. Nineteen fifties was a dj. That i discovered later on who may still been playing at the time. But i was unaware of him called mad daddy okay. And he was a big a big influence on kids in the late fifties early sixties in the cleveland area. I have some friends whose parents are slightly older than i am. Who mentioned and talk about mad daddy. The way kids in my generation. Talk about gherardi. Okay this tv show host movie host. Who started kind of the genre that people have picked up and carry nonsense then people exam vampire vampire era and and Then guli biella gherardi was Cleveland host oh in the early sixty sixty three sixty four sixty five around there and he just he said blue. The the top of the head off every kid in town was combined. He sort of combine a dirty rock and roll and beatnik Thought and does dark and gloomy with all these cheap b. movies on late at night and it was. I mean every kid man had to be sitting in front of his tv. You know on fridays or saturdays whenever the show was on. Oh of course. Jacket artie That was that was the thing that will they'll that was the thing you know back in the day. And it kind of carried through into the seventies and then kind of waned away. We're gonna play a song. We're going to talk about the ban on the other side and what they meant you and And this is from your formative years from those. Those teenage years in cleveland Maybe almost preteen actually tween the edge of the tweens. we'll go we'll go in depth preaching. You're not much older than me. when it comes right down to it and all our listeners. I'm old as dirt. S thing goes but we'll start with the track that you chose chose all three. This is one of my favorite bands still underrated to this day. It's gerry and the pacemakers and their track. It's gonna be all right. You're listening to it right here on the podcast presents. Three bands with bell. Today.

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05:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Perform. You could see man. He was just he was like. He's telling you a story as you. Singing in. His eyes were closed. He's in that place and the next song you know they just they just have these tunes where the versus. Just kind of go on only go on. And he's walking left and right across the stage like he's mowing the lawn. Push pushing an invisible lawnmower you know. And it's just to story east part of the story. Yeah it's hypnotic. almost it's it was. It was a really cool experience. Now it's funny you are. We're talking about this just between the united states and canada and canadian bands. And how they're you know they. They had the works so hard to you. Know to get the recognition down here that they rightly deserve And it's the same thing with bands coming over from england last month with dustin reinhart or damiere We were talking about about biffi clara Claro playing when we stadium australia. No no there are british british Michael scottish but i'm not don't quote me on that Because that was another band. Thanks to dustin ryder. i'm starting to get into He he was telling us it was a they play wembley stadium they come to columbus ohio and they play the anr bar. We played with them at the alcid for a cd one a one day. Oh nice I was playing with colin. Gone the lonely bones on a long lineup. And this andy man was still around l. as the so restless soul. God bless him. Yeah we did show it those guys good guys to very cool very very cool You know it's it's a it's a crazy thing it's like in the united states is the flavor of the day or the week Whereas these other vans from from other countries you know they're they're huge or in europe. They're they're huge in canada. And you know they don't get the recognition. They so rightly deserved down here. And hopefully we can change some of that in terms of people onto the tragically hip. Because i thank you for me on to them Pleasures we need to play a couple of more songs It's three bands with normally that would-be three songs but We're playing too songs by the same band back to back. Just because one of our songs is rather short our listeners we're gonna we're gonna talk about them on the other side. This is the beach boys. Wouldn't it be nice followed by disney girls nineteen fifty seven. And you're listening to it.

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Music in Motion Columbus

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"three bands" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"Great tune to both of which they did at their show toronto. I saw eighty two. But i digress. let's play some more music. We're gonna talk about this because this was super discovery super educational for me and i hope it is for our listeners. That don't know this. You chose the tragically hip. I had to do the old late night. Cram session from college. Boning up on their discography. I chose don't wake daddy. The live version from the late ninety s. This is the tragically hip. And you're hearing it on. The cat club. Podcasts presents three bands with dan cochran.

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