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"tony man" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:45 min | Last month

"tony man" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"He looked at me since Tony Man. Ricky, please keep breaking every time. Every time I go out, Ricky can't do nothing out there without a clean break in and Yeah, one of my favorite favorite jungle moments ever. Never And again, famously, Janet. Went to high school with Tony. There was a Long Beach poly. They were good friends in high school. And I remember the first time she told me that I'm like, Come on. But Janet's not both with Janet would not make that up. Janet is fiercely proud. A fiercely proud LBC native. And that Janet's families got three generations of Polly grads. So she and Tony were good friends in high school. And I was I was a little skeptical of that quote. We were good friends until that day at the ballpark because Janet was a corporate vice president of the company that I work for the own radio station, 6 90 a M. So she came to the park that day because we had a tour stop, and she saw Tony When I saw it, Tony, Roll upon Janet. I'm like, Damn, they are good friends. They did go to high school together. 1 806 368686. Let's go this time to Salem, Sonny. What's going on, Sonny? How are you? You know That call you did with green and with, you know, that's a good one, because it's real and it's your heart. Right. That's think it hits your heart. It's like talking with Aaron Rodgers and hit your heart. It's real. Sonny, Right? I mean, let me respond to you, Sonny. Thank you. I'm your right eye. Listen, man, I'm not gonna try and hide it right? I said it as it was happening. I'm like, man. I'm choking up on this guy be how many athletes Have you heard Address? A talk show host is kind of understood, Right? There's a process here. We're not friends per se. But we have a relationship. You know, And if if I've been interviewing Aaron Rodgers his entire career That tells me that he must respect our process in our show. That means l've a lot to me like I'm not gonna let somebody else determined. How I feel about me because I know how I work. And I know what it means to me. And I know no matter how hard I work, and how much it means to me. People are gonna hate me or the job. I get that I understand that. Don't care about that. I mean, that's just part of the deal, right? But when there are athletes did have listened to the show, participated in the show and then say something like that. It's hard felt like Romi like Kevin Greene. If you heard that already don't want playback again. How much choke up again. But when he says, man, it's always listened to you and always enjoyed it, man and always appreciated our time together. Got like that. It's saying that after he gets in the Hall of Fame when we've been doing this for years, It's hard for me not to choke up because that means so much to me, because I think so highly of that guy and I appreciate the relationship so much So, yeah, that was a very real moment, and you don't have to any moments like that. It's like when a guy like Mike Piazza comes on. I have a moment because I remember Mike being a young guy in L. A with the Dodgers and I was a young guy in l, a trying to make it and we would come on and we have these conversations and we were connected that way. And they don't all go like that. Kevin Greene to me is one of one One of one. They're very few people that I would have that kind of reaction to.

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"tony man" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"tony man" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Why A. NIGGA slave owner. Out of mid air like wake up. Both bears. So I WANNA talk button. Same Shit you wait till you daddy go. Man Look So. As like dog man I hope you gotta go to school. Tomorrow maybe. After we get off. Hell he's. So he came in the two ps three of the three of the morning came in, got the word over his. He came home. Like Oh Shit I. Go back to laid late out. Now The gunman to start the day now. Albert. Bathroom. Together. Way Who. Go to the bus stop. One thing it was really the military style punishment Mafia. That's that's what I. To Mar plunged was lightning, you couldn't get off the top book you have this. Sounds more like a like A. Like a concentration camps as. I can relate. I can relate male Ma punishments were the worst like do when I tell you my mama took everything out of my room that so from. Your own. FUCKING TV it was nothing in literally come I used to have to go to the bathroom. On the kids less, she was called to the cat like it was fucked up man you. I'm telling you I I was I'm if I if I was a mean back then I was the for real. I hated here. Back. And that's funny. Now, today would stay shit structure. Tony Man is that you know you gotta gotta change the whole dynamic. You you parents structure face off of the fact that all these days that never happened to us in our you for abuse not to damage when joy. So now I gotta take something precious are valuable the weight from you in order for me to get your attention. Because, that'll help data that hold more weight than. Me Woken Yours you know what I'm saying which I mean, and if you if you the privacy all home obviously go see somebody record but I come back to people mandate. Goddamn. Business but. The fact is that nauseous like dogs like man he take the ipad away taking your phone while taking this taken out taking this leg you can't do this to me is like you'll know how good you guys. You gotTA worry about. Your your place I promise you that but don't worry about. We need a they need a way to like give kids like choice you know what I'm saying like. These zeo options in, you can have your shit taking away like this uppercut. Uppercut we got to. Right like if you choose it in this is this is all you I ain't abuse. You chose this. euro-taste. Think. Salad. Sandwich. The. Friend. Is Kids not they gotTa fucking choice that's the problem. We didn't. We didn't have notorious like use getting disciplined because you end up it's no way around it. You know what? I'm saying so. Is. And mighty hit you with the double of they might your asses still taking? Does we know. That's a robbery. A whole robbery would have you ever got your. Delays newspaper. When.

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"tony man" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

03:45 min | 3 months ago

"tony man" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"So let me ask you man this studios. Amazing but. What are your plans are? Are you just WanNa stay focused as this guy building artists and with the studio or do you want to expand? No I'm expanding your expanding definitely. Are you going to go pass just a studio recording life what you have? To hear plans know. What ideas do you have so far? I have an idea big idea that you guys will. You're gonNA hear about it very soon. Really it's just going to it's free promotion. That's how it's going to happen. Beautiful Man. That's beautiful. Are you going to ever try to venture into TV production because you did say you were behind the camera do you want to see subduing movies and stuff? So yes, a lot of a lot of do a lot I do a lot of like I just finished working on a couple of short films I'm working on my own short film right now TV series that I'm actually creating right now to and just started. It's always been something but I now activated in nationally listen if you if of your roles require a ball guy wearing shades of corky. Like. I'm really good man. No Auditions Sola. Natural. I, mean if I didn't tell myself on this now, I don't know what a confidence to where a picture, the confidence to wear pink shirt that's right or purple me get pink sneaks watch. I A home with AL sizes loves pink. If you tell that man anything about pink of gravity by throw you across wall. Yeah, he's currently serving time but as soon as he gets out that pink is going right back on. A day to say pinker front of his. Futures See. I won't even I won't even go there with them whatever you WANNA call it. I'll say okay especially when he gets out I'm like, yeah. Yeah you got it whatever you WANNA call it. Buddy. Tony Man so My friend I think we're GONNA just Kinda hit it home right? I think we've done good here. Right Joe I feel spiritually fulfilled right now for some reason I I do feel spiritually fulfilled. Like the want this whole thing I listened to one thing stood out that you mentioned. You try your hardest not to be judgmental person, and then as good model because around their five minutes you are you can't be throwing stones in high. Yeah, it's very hard to to to be that person or like you explain. You will be. Successful. Honestly, I I, think that your approach DISAPP- piggyback of Walter saying you know your approach is so unique. You know because in this industry you just met with. Toxic nece. I've been using that word lately man toxic news. You know there's a lot of toxic people. There's a lot of people knew you're trying to give your opinions or or China make you pursue this one path and if you're not going to pursue that path, you're not gonna be this dispersant and you know you gotta give it your all and that's not true. It's just not at you know listening to you today man is. Where my beliefs right out. where, we to put our faith I. You know whatever you faith is even if a scientology for all, I care man even if you just believe in science period. Put Your faith I your faith is important. Then comes the person and when I say the personal meaning selfish needs of you know I need to eat I know I'm not talking like that. I'm talking about you as a person like just your character, your overall wellbeing. Between your faith in that I that those two things come first and then it should be your family..

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"tony man" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

03:29 min | 3 months ago

"tony man" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"On horrible. Right. Now, I mean, if you well, especially with that bunny, you mentioned that you know every time I travel I'm instantly atro- like it doesn't matter where I've Gone I've gone to the West Coast I've been to Texas and every time I do Mexicans look at me as a rival Mexican. I, mean so much so that black people think are Mexican, Mike? I. Had this one black dude try to fight me. Now's like he thought I was a solo. He said Oh you like Mexican Hitman I was like come on man I said Mexican I sent him Cuban baby cubing. I can understand what you're saying though but So Yeah May Cuban Miami has dope man I feel like you still representing the city. You're part of a special breed like me. You know they don't like this five you like highly onto. Like the girls and highly okay. That's that's more respectable way. It's highly nothing I try to avoid it I almost little close to it in our couldn't take it. I was like I gotta go like I couldn't like highly it amazed just to Cuba Ni. I guess it's just is you gotTa Miss Know How to be able to be compatible I. will say like wherever you go. So I guess I've learned in life that no matter where I go I just you adapt adapt that's good I mean I can adapt to is just when you think I'm Mexican it's just not The adaptation I wanted to give. But Tony Man so You born and raised out here man you have such a cloud out here with artists man I wanNA know. How it Star Trek get started what would it as a matter of fact? You know before we go there don't even go that far. Okay. How did you get started into what brought you into one in the be into production like what? What were the first thing you dade so to so to get an Sparta's I, remember it was March second nineteen eighty-three my mom's water broke okay. was far back. Remember you know the water breaking right now. Wailing myself in. Like just boom just came out in the I wanted to do. This is what I knew at. That is phenomenal dies like like you said, I remembered every day I remember my daddy was conceived my mom and I was coming out his big house like I'm ready. Bro. Check studios here comes not like. Okay. So where did it all get started for you then? So at the age of seven, I started learning how to play piano and then from there My brother used to play piano and I wanted to learn piano just for a certain song. And then from there, it just a love the music. My Dad was also like he sang in church you know in the choir and all, and so I would listen to a lot of like. Old You know music worship songs and stuff like that, and then it was just something that was just. Music everywhere everywhere my whole entire life. So. From there from there, I've always wanted to be like an actor always wanted to be famous and I wanted to be because I saw people you know actors and these. But then all of a sudden like I saw famous people would get upset and I was like, I wanna be different I want people to be able to reach me like you know I wanna be that different type like I wanNA make other people to not look bad but just like show them like This.

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"tony man" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"tony man" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"Popularity out here you know what I mean when I've gone out into the streets and. I've met artists and they've mentioned star Trek Studios though you know what I mean they have and I was like man we gotta get in here we're not. We're not paying for studio time by the way I. Hope you're not charging us for this. You know if I start seeing I'll understand if you want to charge me but for now I'm just going to keep this whole talking as long as you don't think I think. You. All right. Cool. If he starts singing charge double, that's what I say. that he does walk out shirt whatever fuck yourself fuck yourself. WHEREAS AWARENESS! Month Is Not, but you know we got women's month coming up and I want to start embracing things. You know what I mean that's that's what we're going to do that. Whatever? So Tony Man. Like I said I'm excited to talk to you 'cause we've never really gotten a chance to talk to people that have studios or producers it well I think we've talked to producers but not not on your level not on your level man I know that what you have here is amazing like I know that people can't see the shots but just looking in that room right now I promise you makes me want WanNa go bust a freestyle like it's so tempting in here. This is amazing. But let me bring this back to the beginning man first off. Where are you from? So my parents are Cuban. I was born and raised here. Miami see your original through fiber original through the Cuban three zero five or you're you're the dirty average Miami in that walks around here I guess not not not. I guess tree houses. But I'm the same way you know what? I mean. My family is Cuban. I was born here it is so were so abundant out here. We're gotta say I love hunters. So I mean I don't know you tried a lot of people say..

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"tony man" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"tony man" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We're out of the eighth inning and Busch Stadium in ST Louis. The 11 ball game between the Indians and the Cardinals. Jose Ramirez, Francisco ll indoor Carlos Santana do up. For the Indians, a home run by Ramirez back in the first the Indians lone run and then at the bottom of the seventh, Matt Carpenter and R B I single to tie the game for ST Louis. 11 a run on three hits for Cleveland or run on four hits for the Cardinals as a breaking ball in there for a strike to Jose Ramirez batting right against the lefty Austin Two for three Ramirez today, the one strike pitch One and one. Right hander up in the bullpen for ST Louis Looks like Giovanni Diego's getting loose, 11 breaking ball And did he go on appeal? No swing first, says Hickox Ramirez about the Rabbit's foot did Austin dampers had in his back pocket after walking the first two letters last inning? 21 pitch just off the outside three and one talked about walking. The tightrope walked two batters to lead off the inning. And nobody comes around to score got out of that much. How much help did he get from Yadier Molina Ramirez turns of one and lashes. It fouled out in front. And the count is full on Ramirez a ton of help and just think about this right now with Mike. She'll skipper the Cardinals all the games that they missed You, too. Cove it all the games have got to make up. Another foul off to the left off the bat of Ramirez. The count stays full managing this pitching and, you know, really picking your spots, win, get or try to get the most out of a guy. Within reason based upon what's coming up There's a ground ball just wide of the bag. Third foul. As loving it. Foul ground was Matt Carpenter in front of Tony Man Selina, coaching a third for this revamps Indians coaching staff. Kyle Hudson over at first base..

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"tony man" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

05:45 min | 8 months ago

"tony man" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"From what they told me and I'm all about to be budnick dog. It's my refrigerator. Go make a whole album. Ten Night Granny's Cook. She wants to de Oro anyways. Mokes IN CHARLOTTE. You WanNa give take your book and time. Thank you brother. Well you know first of all I wanNA put some attention to My cousin and you know he's mentor and some growing of LB. He's locked down right now terminal. Either you know. He's been easy. He's got sentenced to ten years. He's done nine years you know. He's done the time right now. They have outbreak macron virus outbreak More than six hundred inmates out of thousands already infected You know so dangerous situation over there you know I understand you know but As WanNa send love to the families that are dealing with this Situation and Free. Albie you know hopefully can come home early you know. My prayers are with them. I want to say Rest in peace to my brother manually from the projects right there in San Pedro. He just passed away from Toronto. Irish you know. And so you know should Israel but We still have to live. You know we gotta have gotta laugh Kansas sitting around Diet. You know what I mean but I want to give us out to everybody from San Pedro from the city is a special. Thanks my boys. Id FOR INSPIRE ME. My favorite rapper. Right now A boy means swag his Mexican in the game. Right now doing this thing and thank you to Tony Again. Once again me for Bringing us out here and you know having a good time as always you know has potentially fill it love and Shot out some MAS. My pops my kids. My son my sixteen year old. You know he's he's becoming a big boy now and it's kind of scary. I love you know my my other son Middle Son Daniel. You know he's just independent. You know loving these like me. You know what I'm saying And then my little one see that boys is running to his thing. And it's amazing you know it's Kinda sad you know he can go to parks and play but we still live in life you know. And that's that's the message. I want to live life. Have Fun to know. Have a good time low. Those that are close to you. Know what I'm saying and we hear Spanish fly all day review that has to me. I want to say hats it. We'll bring you that stuff right now. Straight up booth sabotage shit. I gotTa Sarah Girl. Who's here with me because with this wouldn't be possible. So you know Johnny Dean. Don't Oh he did it. I so I gotTa do it and I just kidding whether or not my girl you know for most of her Tony Man thank you so you know what's up man? You know this means a lot and I appreciate you for bringing us on. My whole thing is just showcasing. These guys from the area that I grew up in the harbor that got talent to be heard. And that's what I'm trying to do and even if you're not from the area like means real cut a hey fuck it. Put Him on to me. You got talent this here you so thanks to those guys for being a part of this project and just my onnell family in Just everyone else man you know that supports us and Spanish fly harbor air big up the tricks s a rich rock saw love only Tony. I'm sorry that asshole. Please let me take my girl to that home. Probably Watch it like look my I gotTa Miss mcgillicuddy home. You know what I'm saying. I love her. She's the backbone. She may happen. She loves me and I don said his girl supports him in that gave him the breadth. Live to continue with this music thing which is beautiful as want to give her special sides. Oh Hey I'm I'll take what up last man all good all good but listen give once again. Hit me on the donation for the night L. Autograph Doll Plays Music Fifty Bucks and as soon as you hit US. We'll we'll send your email and you hit us back in to other than that. Let me go had to give a shout out to John motherfucking Elkins. All John. John The book and Elkins is coming out once again with stripper glitter okay. Scented was that the anal bleach wax for men and women for men. And if you deem him he'll walk you himself. He's also coming out with his videotape. Where if you email him your Oldie Hill work out to it and send it back to you so make sure to be looking up. Eddie Mabo Daniel Daniel digi media clips of give a big shout out to him My son countless for helping me promote this and I have two shuttles that I gotta give is our join me here and Bobby Pimentel. Hopefully I didn't get your name. Thank you for watching. Thank you for double up other than that. It's thank me. Give a shout out to my boy night out and till my board from straight cartel thank you for the pre workouts and we will see you here. Wednesday and I got somebody coming from the harbour area. Our Harbor Areas Got Word. So be looking out. We'll be back Wednesday. We'll be back that is..

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"tony man" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"tony man" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Tony man you have yet by Sunday night will every American be able to get a test so just to reiterate what I said to many of you multiple times it's a distant of a system the system was not designed for what it was designed for it worked very well the CDC designed a good system if you want to get the kind of blanket testing and availability that anybody can get it or you could even do surveillance to find out what the penetrance is you have to embrace the private sector and this is exactly what you're saying because she can't do it without it so when I said that I meant the system was not designed for what we need now looking forward the system will take care of it that Mr president and if you go back please if you go back to the swine flu it was nothing like this they didn't do testing like this and actually they had lost approximately fourteen thousand people and they didn't do the testing they started thinking about testing one was far too late what we've done and one of the reasons I think people are respecting what we've done we've done a very early was got it very early and we've also kept a lot of people out the ministry said that they tested a million people at this point you will ask them how they did with the swine flu is a disaster with respective necklace next was they had a very big value was swine flu very big failure president I want to ask you about the European travel ban that goes into effect at midnight tonight and the exemption that you've offered to the U. K. there are seventeen countries that are in the so called Schengen zone that have fewer coronavirus cases than the U. K. and just in the past twenty four hours the UK has added two hundred eight coronavirus virus cases to their total why did.

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"tony man" Discussed on Podium Time

Podium Time

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"tony man" Discussed on Podium Time

"The beginning of May and then they're all for four months and so when I come back in September. I re teaching a lot of things but next season. I'm adding a fifth concert to their schedule. So that that'll kind of take them into the middle of June and then the strings kind of always have a preseason rehearsal that I do with all of them just to kind of get them familiar with the more difficult stuff that they're gonNA see through the season So I'm hoping to minimize the amount of time that they have off without totally over committing them. I think we run a really fine line with community ensembles. You know everybody's kind of everybody has their own ceiling of what they're able to give of what they're willing to give and you know everybody wants to learn but they they don't want to necessarily be committed to okay. You have to be at absolutely every rehearsal you have to be. You know 'cause that I mean real life happens and when you're talking about people who aren't getting paid or who aren't getting a grade that's for some of them just getting them to be you know somewhat regularly attendant is a pretty big ask so when you're trying to think about expanding even further it's it's tough but I think I think the group is going to benefit from it in the long run is when they don't have to hear me re-teach the same concept over and over and over again anyway we'll see it. Sounds like a lot of a lot of what you're doing in the rehearsals that you were just describing is is almost just making them aware of the things that they may not be aware of if you know if they don't You know get to that point their studies if they don't have somebody tells them that before that You know you're both shaping the phrase but one group is shaping the phrase more Just sounds like a lot of making them aware of these things and then once they once they not listen for them. I think that really opens up a whole new world while I've worked with a lot of community groups across the country and it's not uncommon. Unfortunately you know I. I don't know if you know maybe high school. Educators don't address it quite as often or or kind of what the underlying issue is but a lot of people I find. Just don't know how to listen and I find a lot of people don't know how to practice big issue One of the things so this is my fifth season with the with the band and one of the things that I've started doing is As I listened to the rehearsal recordings that I take each week. I type up notes and I send them notes and they've been really receptive to that idea. I ask them before I started. Bombarding THEM WITH PAGES BACK. But but they've been really responded. You know if I ask them to mark something a certain way but what I've actually started doing is before I get into the you know can measure thirty six. Do this I start by introducing a concept. You know something that I noticed didn't go particularly well in that week and I'll say okay. How do you practice intonation? You know. It's not just a matter of sitting down with a tuner? Yes the Tuner Health. Tuner is step one but you know talking about things like Pitch tendency you know. How do you figure out what your pitch tendency is or what your pitch tendencies are And so I'll start each set of of of notes for the week with some kind of concept you know how to crack this. Whatever it is. I think they'd work on that week and then I'll give them. You know several pages of notes for various fixes. You know things that I want him to have finished before rehearsal or things that you know as a group we need to make sure that we tackle for the next rehearsal and they've been remarkably receptive. I mean I I sent probably six or seven pages of notes per week but I think I'm able to do that because I can get that detailed with them and I've gotten them to a point now where cerebral early they. They understand what I'm asking of them when I can when I can be that specific with them instead of okay at measure thirty six. Listen for the melody you know. Listen for how the Solo Trumpet shaped this particular phrase and when you answer in the next two bars shaped the same way that that I think warrants. How long my notes are best? Yeah I think that's that's a great idea you know that's a whole other step beyond working in the rehearsal is in a sitting down with that and and putting in the time putting in the efforts and then send me the notes along. I'm sure that that really really shows between rehearsals. Yeah and I I think in a lot of ways it. It's all about expectation what my expectation is from them. What they should expect from me I mean like I said everybody's got a ceiling but I think I think with both groups. I'm so fortunate everybody is very receptive to the programming ideas. I've got everybody is receptive to the idea that it doesn't matter to me personally where you start from musically. It doesn't matter to me. The level of training it doesn't it doesn't matter what matters to me. Is that you get something out of rehearsal that it's a positive experience for you and that you're interested in learning and getting better if you get those three things out of participating in my on. Sambas and we're doing something right and and I've kind of naturally. We did he pull out that way. It unintentionally but you know there are some people who just want an easy experience. But you know I was honest when I was hired for for all the ensembles. You know intellectually musically you know I need to be in a place where I feel that I can keep growing to and to keep doing the same old marches in the same old. This and that doesn't do it for me you know. Is there a place for that? Sure am I talking about totally cutting that out absolutely not but you know. I'm not going to do the same medleys over and over again. I'm not GonNa do the same marches you know. We're not GONNA do the same or Kestrel transcriptions. We're GONNA do new stuff. We're GONNA bring composers. Who have written brand new stuff that there are no recordings for. We're going to figure out how to play it because intellectually and musically that's what's stimulating to me in an. I need that as much as I think they need it. Now that's him. That's that's very convincing and I'm glad I'm glad they took off on that you've been able to you to show them that works well and I think too you know for those of us. Who aren't you know working with top tier second tier groups. You know you. You have to find things that are stimulating to you. Also so that you don't stop growing you know. Find stuff that you can continue to learn from your groups can benefit from. But you know. That aren't totally boring to you. Because once you are no longer stimulated then you start to check out when you check out. They smell that. And then you're done it's like what's the point of even making music. Oh finding ways to keep yourself engaged and you know there are more and more composers out there who are willing to write. You know the Grade. Three and grade for music for the amateur ensembles who are willing to come in and and work with the group and talk about how they compose and you know. I think I think we need to be more open about approaching people you that for us. You know the composition students you go to school with a composer as you know the area whatever. The case may be further. The further. The music for that onset will be a part of that. It's not just. It's not just the top tier orchestras with not just at the schools that you can. You know that you can be part of that of that legacy if you WANNA use that word. Yeah and it's it's about creating experience for the ensemble to because then all of a sudden they're like. Wow this guy is the one who wrote the music and how we get to play this for the first time. Isn't that exciting? And and that it's about the experience it doesn't have to be the most exciting piece of music or the most challenging but it's about creating the experience for your for your ensemble own members regardless of where they're playing Is this something you do with this. That we've been discussing is something you do with both groups or more with one. Yup so I've been a part of probably somewhere between fifteen and twenty commissions now either You know as a sole Person approaching a composer. Or as part of a consortium so I'm actually for next season I'm heading up my first consortium by my Not by myself. But I'm kind of at the head kind of wrangling. All the members of a very good friend of mine Tony Man for Dona. Who is the composer based in Michigan has composed a lot of really interesting music for video games and he's kind of transitioning into some more traditional writing? He's writing a an oboe concerto for really good friend of mine. Jonathan Thompson down at the University of North Texas and Has asked me if I would give the premier next next year which is really exciting But I also have to get orchestras onboard now so that we can pay for the whole endeavors. So but you know everybody's totally amped about the performance Tony's a great writer Jonathan Great Player and You know I just. I think it's important to involve the more amateur ensembles in processes like these two differently. So yeah no I I. When I was Hiram when I was at Hiram I was lucky because the funds for projects like these were a little bit easier to come by. But I'm finding that issue pitched the projects in the right way and you. You validate how the project is going to be. Paid for in the future It it's much more palatable to the boards. Yeah it's it's not as tough with these groups as I thought it would be. So how do you have you? Have you described that? Excuse me my dog is groaning? Click garonor got it. Pay attention to me love me. Yeah I mean first of all when I'm approaching I mean I approached the the composers about writing works the way that I approach any programming Which is to say that you know we program the music that.

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"tony man" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"tony man" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Go to have fallen. Let's talk to share on the phone shape was happening nationally going. I guess none. Having. Go read his from your Tony Clark he'd hook up man tone. How you doing brother? Hey, man. I'm doing just great doing just great, dude. You pop through the network mix of. Yeah. Man. I'm finishing up a job. And I said, hey, man, I'm let me go over here and advertise business 'cause I'm trying to get this business off the ground. I mean up been doing it for a while. Okay. So tell us what you do heating and air made ne'er appliance. My motto is hookup, man. We get you humming. Again, h you win. If you got something is breaking down ain't working like you want it to work. We're gonna get you humming. Again. That's the motto with the hookup, man. And the reason why I took that is because while people were like, Tony man, I need the hook up hook up. So I decided to keep that brand and keep it going. So the hookup man, that's what we do. We get your appliances. We get your heating ventilation all that stuff going and with the summer starting to roll in. I know people are going to need my services real soon. So we got a special going forty nine and ninety nine out come out and do a quick inspection on your system and let you know what you got going on. And if we need to replace that system will get you taken care of for very reasonable free. Now, we got your heating and air conditioning system, you need to tell somebody mistake that people make us it's really tough. Time for you to get it tuned up now begin ready to get warm, and you don't change the filters. You don't check to make sure that is wedged over from some somebody that you have to switch over. But you gotta you gotta get got one thing. I can do. Now people look at I put on extra code. But when it's hot, and then you can do I mean, I've been sleep. Butt naked would be in the bed and everything. I mean, I I just don't like to be hot. And those people we can't take it. We can't take it. You know, I hate to say it. But a us folks we bring in Haydn. It is. So tell their about again how they can reach your Tony work on a stove. Refrigerator microwave radios. Microwave gum. I'd do. It. All you name it. I'll get it up and running for you. And if I can't.

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"tony man" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"tony man" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Waiting for Robinson to come back. And he's got a bad ankle for the longest. Now. He's got a bad groin. Okay. What he's not gonna play much. He's not gonna play much now, which means cancer plays all the time, which is fine. You know, he he works hard. But he's just not it's not a good fit. And nobody wants to buy seemed to be going after. So we got the Knicks. Did you just can't they were done watchable the nets? I'm telling you as team to keep an eye on it just. Later most talented team in the league. No. But they just play well together. You've got a good bench bench. You know? It's funny in the zone. Russell. I wasn't really that keen on when they got him. I thought he was kind of a bus with the Lakers. But he was he was really doing. Well in the last game. They lost six points or something. All before. And he was hitting twenty in. Over and over and over say, he's a good ballplayer. And he was a fit in well with this offense. So I'm not worried about the nets. Knicks. I'm not I'm not worried about him nothing. There's nothing to worry about it. Just not they're not a team yet. They'll probably have a game where they upset some some really good team or something at some point. But it won't be able to build on it because they just don't have the talent level was the skill set. Jetsam trying to find out who you guys want. It's funny to nobody. There's no no choice. Nobody has nobody has. I think they're all waiting to see who the jets come up with an end you start ranting and raving, but so far gays and be enemy and the main the only guys who have given me a name. Let's go to Michael in Vermont. Michael you're on the fan. Michael. I. All right. How are you? I was thinking well, the guy Costa raiders? I'm sorry. Did you say I mean? The guy from the raiders. Rettig rhythm. Hugh jackson. Now you on the raiders. Well, he's on the raiders now you mean. Before before. Great. Oh, no. Jack del Rio. Yeah. Jackson, call you. Good. Yeah. Name, but he's more of a defensive guy. That's what I think. The jets are looking for an offensive guy. Johnny mitchell. Played for the jets. He wants to coach the jets. Bouma. Hey, I want to coach the jets. I Rex Ryan wants to cozy. That's again too. Oh, yeah. I love I love to sitting back. That'd be great and bring his brother. No. No. You know, it's funny. You said that because when I saw that story that he said he wants to come back cozy jets. I bring your brother to now. I think his days as a coach are oversee. Thank you. Polls that fired and he winds up his offense coordinator most guys if you're lifer in the league, and you get fired as a coach, you you might say, you know, what my strengths is a coordinator like like Wade Davis Nov Turner or guys like that. Who've been head coaches, but they're better being coordinated. Who knows maybe maybe bowls is a coordinated rest is career. I think you know, he does good with Tampa. And the defense is is is stout. I'm so so my look at him again head coach. But I think you know, Ryan thinks it's beneath becoming a coordinator again. Now, if I was the jets, I would've out issued a statement, we thank you for your interest. We're going another direction. We wish you well. Like another firing letter like dude go away. Because you watch him on TV. TV was getting all over Cody parkey deformities as one is supposed to do. And it doesn't matter. Really? Okay. So you got one job to do as a coach and win win. So that's how you doing TV and not that good anyway. Back. You know, I don't I don't think he ever coaches the sidelines again because I think he's he's a demand stuff that I want this. And I want them to do not. Good. If somebody wants a loud, bombastic coats, and he's a guy. Oh, you'll fill up a notebook and a heart to Carpi. He'll give you tape for days on just about anything. But I think his days if if he didn't take job as a coordinator, you'll hear they mentioned at all. You know, he's had his chances. And I think you know, I think he'll be in TV as long as they want to keep them. Eight seven seven three thousand seven sixty six six number. Also coming up with baseball is getting closer and closer. It's still amazing the amount of free agents that are still sitting out there still waiting. I still believe that when. Machado and Harper done. I think it's like a floodgate and everybody else gets done. But. Certain guys. You don't have a running for those guys that you need to do. What's best for your team? You figured you'd signed some of these guys up by now. I still think Harper's the better choice for the Anki. If they could move standing, but. Let's say yesterday get get Stanton to get Harper and Machado solve all your problems. I still don't see. But China would make the Yankees. It's almost a step forward a step back. He makes them better. But you're going to lose and do our. And what if you? I guess you have to wait. Because if if you trade and do harm now. And you make. But or your fulltime shortstop until DD comes back. What if he doesn't come back? What does he had setbacks who's your third? Then what you what happened which is comfortable playing short for the whole year. Let's go to Steven Patterson. Steve you're on the fan. How you doing? Tony long time. No talk to me how you doing. Yeah. I kinda to port boxing clusters. I'm going to hang up and listen to your reply. All right. Okay. First question is Floyd Mayweather? How do you see him faring against the big four in the welterweight division from Sugar Ray Benito's Durant in Hearns? And my second question is who would you see winning a lightweight fight between Alexis Arguello and Roberto Duran I'm going to hang up and listen to you. Tony man, making me think. I gotta go with Durant over Aguayo because Durant style similar priors in the sense. He's a wurley whirling dervishes he's just gonna come over all over. And I think the ran at that weight. He was quick enough and fast enough. You get inside anybody's, Jeff. Floyd against forty gets Hearns gets gets knocked out against Hearns. I think he could he might outbox Benitez because he's faster. I think Sugar Ray finds a way to win and Durant might knock them out too. You think Durant the one hundred thirty five pounds of was a guideline figure. What was he sixty two and one and the one guy that I'm see I I I look at the Rams downfall is the second Lennon fight we got fat and everything else but up until that point with an x sixty two in one and the one guy that beat him. He knocked them out twice in rematches. So. And get a problem with with Floyd allow these fighters today is hard to determine what is there? Really primary way class Roy Jones junior heavyweight title. I wasn't his best. For one fight there. And as a middleweight he wasn't there that long either for for a lot into one sixty one seventy five. I mean Ray I've lost track welterweight junior middleweight little weight super middleweight light heavyweight like everybody votes around. Now guys like Robinson had like a hundred. In ten fights at welterweight before he moved up to middleweight. Guys, you stayed in one division. Now. And they chase the money. Also, if you're one forty there's a lot of guys at one forty seven where you can make some money forty-seven, you might try and stretch it to go to one fifty four. But why why would they risk because the bucks? Just wanna make some money. Eight seven seven three thousand seven sixty six sixty six. So we're looking to see who you figure it could be a jet head coach. I don't me personally. I just I really don't have a pick. I I don't I don't nobody's mind for my favorite. 'cause I just I just they're all the same to me. Take a break. We'll be right back. When it comes to taking.

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"tony man" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"tony man" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"MVP. Angela. I mean, the guy we are the breakfast club nephew. Just join us. Yeah. Monica saunders. Comedian just join us, and she was telling us that she gave up penis for a year. First of all, saluting Yama Yamanaka, and we're gonna have a petty party in Yama Necas mentions all day, I just want. You oughta go to Yama Necas, Instagram periods and put boo. All day. I've given up sex before I gave up sex when I was doing youth ministry at Muhammed moth number thirty eight in Columbia, South Carolina, back in like three or four. I don't remember the executive like me and my my now wife had broken up. So I was trying to be the man that I know she wanted me to be. So I wasn't sleeping with. No other women wasn't drinking smoking last base. A whole year on your knees. Our remember, I probably didn't math to me. But I don't remember the only time I did was when my wife at every time my wife has a kid you're not allowed to have sex with five to six weeks. Masturbate. The only time I gave sex now, let's line three. I don't know. This person's name. What's your name? Pelita you gave up sex for seven years. I did. I did find your badge. Oh, absolutely. Not. Describe the reason I got a game upset was my ex of our twenty years cheated on me had a whole different situation going on. Yeah. Over in Jamaica, and I checked myself by left, and I just never trust anybody else. Again, every time somebody even a department I defeated bubble over their heads. Traumatize, basically. Yes, I am a little traumatized have you had sex yet? Yeah. What got you out of your drought? You know, what people spend a lot of money on toy. All you need you women out there that. Having said get your good shower head, and you're going to be all right. So you still have sex. Take care of me. There you go. We need to go have arrested for traumatizing nude is bad schedule away from all penises. Oh, I would I would kill me. All right. Thank you, mama. Have a good day. We don't let them scare you where morphine is his seven years. Hello, tony. Man, you gave up sex, bro. Yeah. Just a little bit man dispose how long. Too much. But you know, I'm working on three right now. Why did you catch the fall back for a second? Powered much of man. He no focus on more getting money in my business. My friend. You know what I'm saying? When I be when I'd be having as brought to like, it's a distraction for the ride comfortable. You know what I'm saying? Now, you're right. How long you give it up for? Let's say look and look when my money you right in my business. Get right, man. Then I'm going to be knocking some down in as town. But until then. Ho hold. I respect that take all that extra energy to the gym. You probably can bench press three hundred pounds. Three fifty minutes. All right. I feel bad for the girl. That's that comes after that one. Boy. Wooh. You sound like you want some of that. Now next time. What's the moral of the story of the story is I don't have no problem with people taking meantime, you know, what I'm saying? Like, I don't know who said sex is the end all be awesome times. You've got to take a step back and focus on your spiritual. And your mental now helps helps you be emotionally stronger. You know what I'm saying? Sometimes you got to get on your knees. And just hand it yourself doesn't your not going to shame? You about Canova. My knee. All right. Well, we come back. We got your rumors. We gotta talk about this Hawaiian based singer. That's giving away twenty four K and meals. Shut up. Car. Rumors when we come back the breakfast..

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Quiring Khalil Mack, Khalil Mack and WGN discussed on Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Quiring Khalil Mack, Khalil Mack and WGN discussed on Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

"Big news still today is the big trade the bears made with the Oakland Raiders yesterday Quiring Khalil Mack and exchange for a couple of. First round picks one in two thousand nine, hundred ninety one in twenty twenty two parents will also get a third, round pick back and then the bear signed Khalil Mack to and extension Oh this is smaller than six years one hundred forty one billion dollars ninety million that guaranteed annual average salary twenty three and. A half million dollars and on the bears, Twitter account today Khalil Mack had this message for Chicago Bears fans Khalil mack Got word I can't wait Tony man

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"tony man" Discussed on V103

V103

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"tony man" Discussed on V103

"This is Tony I work with your wife Pam. Is right Oh yeah she's. Fine she's fine I'm I'm one of our coworkers man. Wanted to reach out to you I've. Been working with a some time I'm kind of like what they call. The work of the mansion you, you, may, have heard me before. Tony wait wait lately back. Up 'cause I may be listening? What, did, you, say, a, person, no, no, no no no. No no no not like. That. But one has. Been here okay, I. Got, that, I'm a. Workhouse but Just look someplace. Job it'd be, saying What, are you, talking about, well you know just, some you, know play play be saying you know we hang around somebody a lot. Of work with all your work, y you, know something like that. Know ninety nine heavy. Heavy at all Girl what's up man, I mean what's up Well, I. Was calling, s you How? Long, how long you've been married Right right Name again my name. Is. Tony okay we've been married about eight or. Nine years, I mean, what's, up I, I love you do. Me. Ask you how much longer do you see. Y'all y'all, being married I kinda? Do mind you Hold up? How'd, you get. This level again I got I got the number outta outta pounds poem and I. Wanted. To. Call. You. Myself. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa Bagga. Out, of my. Wife's phone yeah I don't, I. Don't even ask about whoa why are you, doing. My wife phone there dude I mean I I just. Got. It off a. Desk man I, wanted to, I wanted to you know I wanted to reach out Humana kinda, have like a private. Conversation which does all right Why are you in my wife's, phone you calling me This this is this is really? Let me right No no Work, husband man that's all. It is what is? A, work What, are you what, are you, doing, with my, wife you know that's just like you know like you, know, I'll bring, us some coffee and, doughnuts to, the. Job or you know. Get us some lunch Man I don't, even like, it, and we, got a new copy machine just two weeks ago so, why, are you, bringing my wife food Listen I really I. Really I basically just call for this year I love. I love, you foresee y'all being married that do How long are we got remarried Tony man Tony? Tony Hello Let me call my. Wife hold. On Hello hello Gary Good Hey you better call me within two minutes right. Now It's ten thirty eight.

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"tony man" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"tony man" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Oh you crack me up say how you doing good i wish you would have picked my favorite oh now dan that's almost kind of i love that man daring that does break people that yeah that's about it i really love about this close off after he wants oh does that a lot though fair yeah signature move me and tony man that is that's our that's our date movie man who he loves you know that was that was the one that we like tony for years but we bonded over there with that would never be another experience just like they would they will never be another experience like what is it what's that movie called the the the elvis booed oh the identical identical man not that will ever come flows mexican something i won't forget the the rep there was crying that's it hurt his feelings man yeah right yeah yeah yeah the israel israel war yeah movie yeah madame tell you one i gotta do some screening for the 'cause we're going to get back into doing the free shows and i'm not drug on make them but drunk shows but that is one that we have to do man the identical we don't have to watch the whole movie because that's a hard to but yes great this great speaking probably dirt eighteen forty years really tell you about hanging out these underage clubs it'd be up what about like doing cox for real like remember yes oh yeah dewey cox taking this seriously yeah man do.

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"tony man" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"tony man" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Welcome back dude we we took a short break then we're back now we took a twenty one our break germany b five six intricate twenty lorber quebec last night won't wanna grit party o on thoroughness on the excellent party with he was never seen before in my entire life could not picked amount of a police loan it but uh very pleasant people we rod dr georges a senate restaurant in north will tell you we go there from time to time with a what are caller conservative confab and it's a group of people that get together and to eat regularly or rugova early and georgia's foods outstanding you look at the place in many people with the goal it's a corner dry i'm tony man george is one of the finest greek cooks ever grapefruit anders upstanding but the food overall and he meant he did a less network patrick koeberg served a fundraising party while local people showed up growth there's some photos up on facebook about it and of the of the the event last night but the george late it out he does not have stepped at the buffet going to admit man he's got the kind of a cross between uh i always call a buck leyla my wife laughs and sometimes slept smith's not pronounce looked at she says i at servers pronounce it buck lava whatever's called but he does that sort of a a hybrid of that and this really rich but the three quarters of an inch thick slab of custer a custard is is outstanding i'm getting shows thinking about it i'm getting excited i gotta come down enough to poor water my head but i gotta tell you this episode fantastic and so last night it was a whole bunch of that much of a like minded people coming to go one elect patrick as governor now we're going to get together going to do it at the air museum this coming saturday we wanna see there and i've been screwing.

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"tony man" Discussed on KBNP Radio

KBNP Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"tony man" Discussed on KBNP Radio

"Up in in and this and so it is oh situation and he's big stu so i sent tony and also bob webster website ran into yesterday i can remember the name of it all fan it due to popped up and it didn't pop okla pulled tried pull up here but it was a website only control accompanied it's so in the service of controlling these pigs he's while the bigs and it and it talked about the fact that they're using him laying techniques in their relocating them and as tony explained it at the beginning of is talker that's about the worst thing that you can possibly the and then that the labels yeah absolutely elite young the last eight you can and for us because so like for the seven days of bucharest tony can you hang own with the third right does todd just to limit more on the other side so a cunt i know number your back um hard year at the to talk tony man staring about these while for a bigs any texans another stage across the country there's a critical port i'm our good recommendations with bill preparation in general saw improvement especially for forms and ran she's have found i high quality and lawful product was significant per magnetism it's american rio under maverick while the slants all a minute you dramatically of her use all an increased went from action your mind and our blown call show on the flow five four two.

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"tony man" Discussed on WBZ-FM The Sports Hub 98.5

WBZ-FM The Sports Hub 98.5

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"tony man" Discussed on WBZ-FM The Sports Hub 98.5

"His last month listen to the weekly basis we played windfall baseball reporters with tony man buyouts will come officials told the boston celtics as for an injured injury is healthy middle fix savings play guys dot com irving boyle's case to play in which the casino and anderson mcquaid architecture alone boston's home runs they can denied have been a package an honest night with like it did earlier in the month of may mean the reds knox thirty two winners over the minnesota twins home they will face again tonight over fenway park six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety five fisher number here on the baseball reporters will be with you up until seven the clock we remind you that the program is brought to you by hot summer funded mohegan sun now to september forte sore thanks to the people at mohegan sun again six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety five will open up the phone lines right away and i want to play often out when last night because and rich keep other ways beckett are studio brightened we are rob broadcast into tonight from raise ticket studio here in ten more square just a short walk from time ready and you know the game like last night tells you keep was that the simple come out nothing do nothing the scrappy twins team not now i will tell you that then i do think these games against the road talks are important this weekend i don't want to minimize them because i of talked ad nauseum of all with the red sucks schedule is in the months of august and september the red talks played forty.

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