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"vai" Discussed on Eu tava la
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"vai" Discussed on Eu tava la
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"vai" Discussed on Eu tava la
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Two $1M Mega Millions Tickets Sold In New York City
"Yesterday. Well, somebody in Michigan is about to get a big shot in their bank account. There was one winning ticket for last night's billion dollar mega millions drawing, and it was sold at a Kroger grocery store in the Detroit suburb of No Vai. If the winner chooses the lump sum payout, they'll receive $739 million before taxes. There were two tickets sold in the city that matched every number except the mega ball. And those were good for a million bucks apiece, possibly two million if the purchaser paid extra for the multiplier. One of those tickets was sold at the Moonlight Deli and Grocery on 21st Street in a story A while The other ticket was sold at the Bal, a convenience store and gas station
"vai" Discussed on De Bermuda e Camiseta
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All About Lectins and Other Fun Facts
"In is actually one of the major key inflammatory things so when people talk talk about Gluten Right Electon is actually one of the thing and gluten makes the inflammatory response happened body. The gluten activator the election. Alexa like The way the dude explain it is like when you're when you get a splinter in your skin gets red bodies having like an anti inflammatory reaction electons or what do that internally internally okay so everybody suggests the main player in this right not true. That was the brain game changer from this dude. Dr Gunn got injury in the ultra. podcast anyway welcome to the PODCAST. Everybody so wait Chris. I'm pulling it up just to like not to play for you. What is where okay? It's all gluten contain Leptin. Yes so like if if you are if you need to avoid Latin whole new world gluten is not the answer so okay how. How do you avoid electing that? Is You do your best of luck. And so part of what blew my mind in this podcast. Is that like. There's a many people who go on a gluten free diet who actually absorbed and bring in more electins than if they were to just eat bread in moderation. What are the visualize electon? Oh man some of the vehicles that you would not suspect. ACT The skin on almonds so Marcona almonds Is it a fancy ones these reality from Italy just like de skinned but like so the skin get on almonds so there's people who like like legumes in general but not if so he's like but beans are actually good if you you have them either pressure cooked or you get a certain brand or you soak them really well for a long time because it's in the skin in the breakdown of the beans the elections come out and then you actually only get the goods from it. It was a very gnarly brain changer for me that after. I'M GONNA listen to multiple times through but I got the cookbook. It's called the plant. Oh and he did. A book called the plant paradox and it was essentially like this dude Dr Gunnery who happens to not be an adventist but work the Loma Linda System. which is like a really really high medical system interested in and he got on the board one of the only non adventist? He's so he doesn't doesn't have to be a believer. Yeah totally in. That doesn't happen often with that group. But he studies the blue zones pretty big time blue zones very all who don't know or the longest living zones in in the world like Okinawa area is one of them and then somewhere in the Mediterranean Mediterranean areas of mentoring. He's a big time proponent of even though there's not that exists exact one but he's like one of his statements is food exists. Good Clean Olive oil in your body because of polyphenols and they just like opened up at this whole interesting world where it's like. There's no perfect answer. The first half of the podcast is all what you shouldn't eat in the second half is things that you can eat okay. What's a few things that you shouldn't eat? That seemed like counter oftentimes actually like like I said he wasn't. I can't remember because it's been a week now. And we jumped in this podcast on the fly because Chris looked at my lunch and he's all right. What is that really burners on? You Know No. It's good but the biggest biggest one that stuck out to me whereas like hey actually bred by itself might not be as betty so there's people who are far more sick gluten free diet or a Vegan Diet because says okay like tomatoes super high electons was another one he said. Is that a nightshade thing. Maybe anything with seeds. That's it's like a fruit. He said. Okay it's another thing game change your mind blower. He's juicing is a surefire way to actually get fat. Well for sure. Sure yes but he said you WANNA use it right juice. It throw a juice away and pull all the pulp out any only the pulp. That's where all the goods are. Oh ooh so. It's getting all the good like fiber and all the fiber reverse juicing and the and and polyphenols which are pretty high. So it's like all things that happened in certain plants. Most most lettuces have more electons than you might realize. He said to stick stick to the group like fruit and Radicchio and those ones that are like more bitter Kale can Michael. I think I can't remember. I think he said Kale's pretty good but even so like basically what they do is they make your body inflame in some way or another. That was interesting. He said also. Like if you want. You'RE GONNA hate this one as a Paleo person. But he's like if I wanted to get rid of something like the people overeat it's proteins or protein is like one of the main things in aging us. Yes yeah you know. It's interesting that that is dead on. Because I think this is where most people get Paleo wrong right at the actual actual like since the beginning of the Paleo Diet now. I can't even remember who wrote the original book about it. But most literature revolving around Paleo actually advocates for just moderate protein. Yeah but I think that thirty grams a day I think because of the circles locals that those people run in which it happens to be tied into a fitness and a lot of cases right and a lot of lifting people over eat protein because they see it as a source for like quote unquote gains or big. Yeah or it's an easy win that fits into that Like the Paleo Vai. I believe it's just really easy for me to go and eat some protein and and feel like it's good for me but even like Like Mark Mark Sisson right. Who did did marks daily apple the blog and then now as one of the bigger advocates for Kito agrees that in terms of longevity eh lifespan and overall health? It's probably wise to not just with protein but caloric load overall like eat as little as possible caloric while being able to you know to function the way we need to function and I think it gets twisted because you take community. That's like a fitness base community. They would listen to that. And there are just like the probably working out too much and partner requiring like a ton of calories to do what they're doing and then even people who are moderately affiliated with the community. You're like Oh yeah this is healthy. Eat this like one. Gram of protein. Gene per pound of lean body has been like the standard since the bodybuilding times like n beyond and for actual athletes people would take it even further further but yeah for health probably not right and you do have to adjust based on how much you do fitness and exercise. He said the average person twenty to thirty thirty grams tops a day. And most people don't know that your internal organs in your stomach sheds and you reabsorb like twenty grams of protein from your stomach every single day. Oh Yeah you were dropping that knowledge super weird. That's really
"vai" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast
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"vai" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast
"And he actually asked me to join the ban Dan tour. Oh No way I would've yeah. I would've loved to have done that but I just a lot of other commitments at the time. Yeah of of course. Yeah Busy Guy and then at crossroads was right after that like you said what was it like riding parts for both your character Jack Butler. Who Was the devils guitar? Dr Player and Ralph Maggio's character because you didn't write both parts didn't you. Yes well raccoon did all the slide work right and I and I did that kind of like the playing dual stuff. Well that was that was nice. You know they had Ri- was scoring this film and he called Guitar Player and he said I need a hotshot guitar airplane. Who Do you got you know? They played them the attitude song over the phone and he goes. That's the guy so he called me up and came out to my house which was another stunner because I was a huge cooter fan at the time. Yeah Yeah it was amazing. And he gave me a copy of the script and he said you know we're trying to create this dual and he was working with some other people but it wasn't quite working because it was turning more into a jam and it needed more theater in it. You know it needed more theatrical dynamics and I'm that guy you know the ham I'm is cooking right here right and it was all laid out in the script you know it's like At this point Eugene does this and then Jack Butler does that and there's one line that said that you know Jack Butler ripped out with a riff that sounded like a freight train. It said that in the script so really. Yeah and I said Freight great train. What does what would Jack Butler sound? Like plan freight train on the guitar. So that's the launch Congo.
"vai" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast
"The Frank Connection was nice but it just creates a mystique. AAC You know you have to deliver. Something and flexible was such a weird record. It was almost like I don't know if I want people to hear it but some of the guitar harp playing on the record I think was the thing that got the attention of the guitar magazines. And then right around that time crossroads happened and I joined Alcatraz Alcatraz when you're with Alcatraz you got a call from John Lydon to play on Public Image Ltd's album now. Yeah that was. How did that come about? What was it like working with Johnny Rotten? That was a great record. The thing I liked about that record the pill record was I didn't have to do anything except show up and just play bill laws well was producing it and and a good friend of mine cliff. Culture airy was very good friends with bill and bill was looking for somebody to come in and do these. You know some wild parts parts and they decided to give me a call so I went in. I only had two half days to do all the guitars. And there's another guitar player. That's on the record. Nikki scope elitists whose great a great player great guy he had done some of the rhythms and stuff so I had like full range do whatever I wanted anything I wanted in a very limited period of time. I mean I did that whole record in two one half days because I was out for I flew in and electric lady land and I put my guitars down and then that was it. The second day Leiden comes in it was just so grady listens to the guitar parts and now I didn't know what to expect because I'm not a punk Qatar player. Really you know yeah. Yeah but it wasn't what they were really going for this. You know they were going for something a little different to really great record if you ever get a chance to hear it sort of African rhythmic influenced I you know as ginger Ginger Baker playing drums and well. That's a perfect fit. He was so into. You know he went down to Africa jammed with Fella and stuff so yeah and you can hear here. It is just got that very cultural vibe to it very so So line comes in and he listens and like I said I didn't know what to expect because the punk world the the fans and stuff could be very rigid snobbish when it comes to someone like myself a rock and roll world coming into the fold soda sure especially on something as is precious as John Lydon right Liden. Just listen to the music. It looks up because it's fucking great mon okay and we had a great time. We went out that night. He's so he's so much fun me so funny just entertaining because he's just so intense men you you walk through Greenwich Village with John Lydon. It's like Jesus Christ this partying the seas. I mean people are just mad and sane.
"vai" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast
"Steve vai welcome to the runoff podcast. And very nice to be here. Thanks start where it all began. What made you want to pick up the guitar? I remember I was. I think about six years old and I walked into the auditorium of my school and there was a kid on the stage. It must have been about nine mine and he was playing a guitar. I think at various times in our life. We have moments of clarity. You know where it's almost like time stands still and I can remember are every detail about that moment but what really struck me was just seeing this kid playing the guitar. I mean I was just so moved because I instinctually kind of understood what it was was he was doing you know and it just looked so cool. Hung down there and you could hit it and bang it and play it. So that's what. I became enamored with the instrument. And that's when the love affair started basically but I was too I it. It almost seemed like it was The Guitar was like the special will sort of sacred thing and I always kept it. Sort of The the idea of playing it I kept at a distance in my mind because it was just one of these things where I thought maybe it was just too cool for me. I wasn't cool enough or something but then my sister came home with led Zeppelin and that was I said that's changed it for everybody didn't it has certainly did. Yeah so early on you. Took lessons with Joe Satriano Johny. How'd you hook up with interesting story? One of my sort of mentors in a sense was the boy that lived a few doors down John. Sergio John on had this It was only a few years older than me and I was about twelve. And he had this vast taste in music that encompassed all these really great progressive rock bands of the seventies and I was just sitting in my room listening to led Zeppelin Alice Cooper bands like that then top forty. I like top forty forty seven top forty. I'd go to John's House and he'd start playing me like jethro tall and Queen and Emerson Lake and Palmer and yes and that really opened up my I My vision you know so. He played guitar too. And I remember because you got to remember now. I was completely enamored with the instrument and I was just Anytime any time might even see a guitar. It'd be like even my mother would get little sears catalog and open it up. And there's that inevitably one page where they've got these cheap guitars and amplifiers. I remember that yes. Yeah I'm sure everybody. A lot of people can relate so what John when I saw that my friend John. Sergio Guitar Live Two doors away from me. I didn't know there was a guitar that close and he started playing it. It and I was stunned because he could actually go like you know dude or You know play like Alan and I just thought I said to him. You must be the best guitar a player in our whole town and he said well. If you think I'm good you should see my teacher Joe Sentry any and I secretly got his number I worked up enough courage to call Joe and he was Joe's by four years older than me and he was always great and lived in my town and I started taking lessons from for about three three or so years. That was it. You know I mean my guitar lesson. which was everything to me? What small world? Yeah I know how to get. And then the fact that we've had such nice careers together and we've traveled the world together at times and we've we both had such wonderful success. You know. That's really fantastic. Gus Go so far back. That's so cool. Yeah Yeah you attended Berkeley College of Music in Boston and one day. I guess you decided you. Were going to transcribe one of Frank. ZAPPA songs the black page for note. And you send it to him. Tell us about Frank's response and what it was like to hear back from him and what happened after that originally originally through those years that I was lusting over the guitar but not playing it my other real interest. That actually happened before. The Guitar was composing. I just ah I remember when I was about four years old. I put my finger on a piano and I I just kind of at that moment. I understood I instinctually. Thank surely the whole composition process. You know and I know that that's what I really wanted to do. And when I was in high school I had this incredible music. Teacher Bill West cotton. He taught me everything about composing and about Music Theory and furthering my studies at Berkeley. But I very rarely heard anybody mixing compositional style music with crazy guitar playing rock and and when I heard Franks music I mean it was just perfect for me at the time. He had this great balance of comedy and Crazy Solos and composition. So I just thought this this is it and he had just a great sense of humor and everything everything so I just became a namrd with Franken is music and then one day I was sitting in my little teenage bedroom. Practicing a friend came in and the AD rolodex hit stolen in this Rolodex from a studio in New York City and it had all these rockstars personal information and he goes. Oh and I have frank ZAPPA's phone number and I was like what you know and and I actually started the trying to call frank. I think the first time I was about sixteen and his wife answered and she was very nice. I was really surprised. And she said he's not home. He's on tour. You can call back in six months so I called back in six months and he was still on so I called once every six months until finally. I was at Berkeley when my friend's apartment because I didn't have a phone and I called his number and he picked up the phone and we started chatting and luckily I caught him in a good mood. He was looking for some Edgar very scores and I knew where they could located at the Boston Public Library. And I xeroxed them and thought that was my end. You know to try to send them something and yeah accepted yeah. He accepted a Cassette of my band and done a transcription of one of his songs called the black page. Which is this incredibly complex challenging piece of music.
"vai" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"But you know, that's just that's just me, that's. That's just me thinking off the top of my head and and trying to find a way to think one level deeper and you've already proven that you you have the ability to to to take action. And so now it's just a matter of how big can you dream you said when you got the when you got the raise, it was more than you could've ever hoped to get well set those sites little higher, you know, day ten x, your dreams, man start thinking as big like so big and so grandiose that you don't even feel like you deserve to think that big like, oh, there's just no way I could never mean wh who am I to think that I could think that big be that kinda thinker. And when you do that, it's it's incredible what you're going to come up with. Like even if you fall short again, if even if you don't actually hit the number, was the say, shoot for the moon. If you miss you land amongst the stars or something cheesy like that, do that because. That's exactly the type of thing that that that you we wanna have in this world if we are going to, if we're, we need more people like that in this world, we need more people like you around doing it and for everybody else's listening to this who looks at that and says, we'll man that that must be really nice. You know, I, I don't have that sort of opportunity or, you know, my life is different in, I would just say, really just stop complaining man. You have opportunities, you're surrounded by them. You can do it. And this should be an inspirational story to all of you that says, hey, you know, no matter who you are, no matter where you're at their ways for you to figure out how to become more valuable. See they're all bunch of other people in his office who are watching him, get a raise, having been as as new as he is to the job and who were saying, oh, I wish I knew how to code. I don't have that ability. I couldn't buck you write my own. Scraper ELA Vai did that..
"vai" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"What do you want to tell them? I think I already told him yet the film, the footage. He ended early before you got here. Of a movie that you shot of eight millimeter? My was my grandfather's Cameron. I was full around with it and took it to the concert back then you were. You were allowed to bring cameras. What was that now? Oh my God. He was like seventy four. I was. I was like, all right now I don't know. I was thirteen so it was like nineteen seventy. Two seventy is sitting at the Coventry right? The Calderone concert hall and heme before the first record even came out, they weren't even wearing a lot of makeup. Tiv personal childhood kiss Phil. Now that's a rock wool electable in that really is funny. I'll listen to music, but I wanna see the kiss. Dig it up speed. You know where it is. It's well, it's buried someplace in the attic. I mean, I know people would flip out Novick. No, it's just a little clip. I didn't know what I was doing is they're audio to video. Those this way back. I mean, cameras didn't have audio kissed freaks would lose their minds to see the Steve Vai childhood movies as Grandpa's camera speaking, John five. He's got this Instagram account. Now these doing where every day he posted different kiss collectable up there. John is everywhere. I just interviewed Steve Perry. He was just on my show and and the first thing who worked on your goes, well, I got a song with John five. I touched on ago who don't you write songs with what you know this. This rains point that I think you might have read a, of course. I know Steve has like guitar center. Having a rough time may be going through bankruptcy and and you know the, the seal guitars or whatever says, the reason is because there's no new guitar heroes. But he says that was the the model that that business was built upon, and that's where all their success came from guys like you guys, Eddie van Halen guys, I John five, but the reason John five is only Salva GMs. Nobody has those skills that he has and he's prolific when I asked him, hey, you wanna do some tunes. He immediately like emails me like four songs that he is for me. You know how there's not a new wave of musicians that look at like you did you do or John five or just saying it's like a dying art. And if you guys all wannabe Rockstars, you should start practicing like by many, a guy like John five is always playing. He can really, you know. That's through years of any plays order million styles and people. Katie Lang honored Skinner like stuff. You'd never expect any like the most normal, like chill guy ever to. I mean, he's a great big hole in the market for a guy that does that good back in the eighties and the seventies every kid wanted to play the guitar and put in the hours in his bedroom, were her in practice and got a ban going now doesn't seem like people people think it's too easy or maybe they don't wanna put in the time or. Gotta find the passion and they gotta find there's no real popular genre. That's that they're hearing to play. I mean, you know, in the in the metal field that's still very strong in the underground, but that's very different than like the kind of thing that we used to do. You know, I read, I read an interview recently with slash who's playing right down the block in a little bit, and he was somebody asked him about Greta van fleet, and he said, I wish they didn't sound so much like Led Zeppelin. But what I like is the fact that they're a guitar ban that is inspiring young people to pick up guitars and I thought that was really valid point because that's what you need and additional about said, I mean, be able to play great. But to me the great intangible that guy like John Hauser guy like you have Steve or is the ability to write the songs like like, you can. You can practice your ass off, but you can't come up and create great songs to be able to create out of thin to me as a fan. It's always been the most..
"vai" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Let's get you back to the rainbow. And this week's podcast featuring Steve Vai and Sebastian Bach. Sebastian Bach is in. They're my people. This man loves his rock and roll as much as any of us Manet's about him. He lives any breathes it. He eats does everything to man. I gotta get a haircut, they'll even though I just got one nineteen eighty seven. You still got your hair, you're looking leaky, nineteen. Eighty seven. I brought you president. What are you. That went now. Wait a minute. This eighty seven that's eighty nine eighty. But this is that's the first center full I ever had in circus magazine young Young, guys. their circus magazine, you remember that? No. Okay. And the crazy thing is Sebastian still looks exactly the same. I don't know that Steve attributed all to clean live right rainbow. Anybody that seems vise right over here for God's sakes. I saw you eat them, eat smile on vinyl. Yes. I'm, I don't even have his house. The best in boxer show. Go ahead. I get very star struck around this guy right here played with all you play with them on the cruise. Did I saw. Hairy at Jerry Cantrell 's birthday party. I couldn't even speak. There you are like it's like weird. How is it playing Yankee rose on the cruise with Steve? Well, I watched the video of it and it's very exciting. I wish we would have got it higher quality, but I Video of of it. it. Yeah, it's pretty good. I gotta check it out. I saw us doing Tom Sawyer Tonelli did the daily raw Vetter. Okay. I love that album. Edelman smile. You guys like that album. What what is. Side to road now? No, the more scare what. That will..
"vai" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Get you back to the rainbow. And this week's podcast featuring Steve Vai and Sebastian Bach. This is a story that if you guys never heard it, you gotta hear it. Of course everybody knows that. And I said, when I say before map, is it by accident? Yeah, business that right. Matt's, his brother plays bass, of course. Yeah. Okay. So the David Lee original, David Lee Roth? Bans. When was it? Two years ago? It maybe? Yeah, was about that, but you know what happens every year like billion, I and Greg and Matt because Matt was in the band at one point and and Tugela Kibo play. We'll get together. We have dinner with author without Roth. Well, he's usually not there. Okay. All right. But so we were talking and, and it was mentioned, you know, that Edens smile was coming up on thirtieth year anniversary, and also they would tell me about this Lucky Strike bowling alley that has like these fanfares going on Wednesday nights. This big extravaganza every Wednesday night. It's like jam had a lot of people go down there and play, and they said, why don't? Why don't you come down? And we'll do a couple of songs from the from the even smile record, like Yankee, Rosen, shy, boy, and I thought, yeah, that'd be great. Kind of like thirtieth year nod. And then I thought, well, maybe I'll reach out Dave. Maybe he'd be interested. Who knows? I didn't think he'd be interested, you know, and he's like, sure, man, I'll be there. Wow, that's a surprise right there. Yeah, and but we didn't tell anybody we didn't tell anybody day. Was gonna be there right? We were going to use. Steel panther singer, Ralph whose name in the band is Michael star. Yeah. 'cause but Ralph. Yeah, because he's a great sing. I maintain he should be the singer in van Halen. They're looking for someone I know. If you great in the gig anyway, but there's only Dave Roth, I tell you that. And so he was into it and they announced that it was going to happen without didn't say Dave was going to be there mentioned Ralph and it. It just got very packed, so comes over to my house and we kind of ran the stuff we pull up to the place. And there was a line like probably five feet thick that went all the way down. Probably Highland around Hollywood Boulevard. Let me stop you right there. 'cause you kind of blue pass something I would be really interesting. You said before you did that, Dave, David Lee Roth comes to your house and you run through the stuff. Yeah. So what was how long it had been since you sat with the Roth and played Yankee rose over thirty years, I mean was it was like, what Davis is is really entertaining. So just being around them is kind of who you know. Right? So we, we didn't rehearse the stuff. I just we just listened to got a refresher, weren't planning. We didn't rehearse or anything. We would just going to play. Okay. So you but it was a real reconnect for you guys? I would think right because I've seen through the through the years now we we hook up now and then but so we get up to the place and it's like slammed. Right..
"vai" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Like and Zach is just so funny. I just I just like I like looking at him watching them walk around because everything he does Shane beer and so. Father vie all the while the Steve, Steve and and his playing when he gets into that zone. I've never seen anybody get so my up about something. He just just goes and goes and goes, and it's it's beautiful at inveighs ING. Man, he's as as intense as again, it's how how was he on the road? Like, you know, everybody's heard the notorious stories about inveigh, but he was well behaved, was he was, he was great. Listen, you gotta knowing you gotta know. I mean, he's he's very professional actual. He's been great with. I've known him forever. He's all gem. I've never had a problem but mess around with like, say, this is what he needs when you supply that everything is good, and he's great. I'll tell everybody quick story when we were doing that metal show, you know, we had a guitar player later on in the shows that would just play shred up in the audience and just you segments in break that idea came from Inga because they when I booked him in the very first season, he showed up. He flew up from Florida in the full regalia never. It's never without and guitar and going. We don't have any ability to play on here goes play. So we rounded up this little amp. All right. And he puts the up and the audio guy for the TV show puts the Mike. I don't know positions it away from the app at what he felt was the proper distance for TV. Mike. Yeah. So we take, we take a break into the segment and the audio guy would keep coming out of the booth. And he kept readjusting the Mike and the hell keeps moving this. Mike, and I look in vain Ingram gives me. He's he's fiddling with the mic. Audio guy would put it one spot and when he wasn't looking, they would get up and move it. Sounds like, and then finally they confronted each other and the guys like, no, you don't understand. This is how it's Mike for TV and the and I thought it was gonna invade meltdown and I was kinda hoping for for a second actually and don't wanna see out them brother and he Inc credit. He takes a step back, takes a deep breath. He looks at me goes, it looks at the guy goes, okay, it doesn't. We need to do right. And I just looked at my go. Someone's been working with you buddy. Someone's reworking with you and he's going, it's all good. It's good. This is what we do, and I was like, wow, you know, he, like you said, total pro, but he. Yeah, he Laura. I think a lot of that. Perceived arrogance in the early days was a cultural thing too. Yeah. And of course, if you in English, you inning shared the distinction of both having been in contrast place Alcatraz and not an easy task. You compare notes on that at all. We chuckle about it one of the one of the best things about the generation x. tour the tour bus hanging house role in the same Bali. Yeah, yeah. Hanging out until four. Five in the morning, just telling stories. I mean, any inveighs got incredible stories about growing up Sweden and just or listening to music. We went through the seventies phase. We're listening to all this great seventies music and just, you know, I mean, it had its challenges in the beginning. Everybody had kinda get their sea legs together with each other. But then once everybody saw that, you know the the big picture of what we've been doing it just really bonded and scrape. That's what reality show right on that bus. You put a few go pros in the. Corner. The problem is everybody knows being recorded. They wouldn't be saying the same things. Probably you know, they'd be some editing going on, which would make not as fun, but you'd never get that passed a few of the guys. Yeah, I know, I'm sure. So you know for speaking English, you know, when talked to him for him, his introduction to guitar. And what made him pick up a guitar? He's told me many times is when he was growing up. He saw Hendrix burning guitar for you. Where was it for you? Was what was the Steve Vai moment that you said? I got to play that thing..
"vai" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"California, hosted, Sammy Hagar's high tide beach party in Huntington beach, had a crazy experience getting there had a private plane that was supposed to take me there cancel on me which just was good beyond nuts. If you listen to my volume show, I went through my whole crazy experience trying to get there and I did get there. Regardless of my craziness trying to get to the event. The event itself was really good, sold out at fourteen thousand on the beach. Sammy Hagar h shrew freak of nature in the greatest of ways. Soon to be seventy. One sing in van Halen, singing, Montross singing, Led Zeppelin singing, solo stuff. Saturay anyone out and did some chicken foot. Vince Neal was there. They played some motley REO speedwagon was on the Bill, just a great time, a great new festival very well run. And I think why I know that you're gonna see Sammy's event happen again next year and likely expand out to two days. Great launch for Sammy got two intro him in front of fourteen thousand people just great. And I saw Sammy, Hagar, I saw Michael, Anthony, talked Vince Neal. I talk to everyone backstage and just, you know, Vincent Sammy and Michael to my favorite people on the planet to the best people. And Vince always been super cool with Vince as well, Kevin Cronin. Great dude that great time talking to him and just great people. A lot of fun really was really, really well run an amazing setting, amazing weather right on the beach. There they set up the stage incredible. So congrats to Sammy on a great launch. It's inspirational, but this man is doing at seventy one. He still great onstage. He still in great shape vocally. He still nails it just just is work ethic his philanthropy, what this guy's doing with his business and music and at seventy one with all the money in the world. He could do nothing if he wanted to. It's just really, really incredible, just incredible guy. So that was my weekend. This weekend, coming up on back in Tulsa on Friday to host, Tom Keefer at the ideal ballroom, looking forward to that and hope to see their if you are attending. We have a great time at those shows that the ideal October nineteenth, I'm in El Dorado Arkansas with Sammy Hagar again as well as Bret Michaels and lead afford don't forget the big deal. Bowling event is October twenty. Fifth, there may be a rainbow broadcast the day before just saying to say and keep an eye on. Open for another trunk nation, LA, invasion. We got a lot of stuff going on in October and November follow on Twitter at trunk for info and updates. Now, speaking of the LA invasion. The last one I did from the patio of the rainbow bar and grill. The second one for those that don't know doing this series called the trunk nation. LA invasion, where I go to LA once a month takeover, the rainbow, the legendary landmark and broadcast from the patio of the rainbow bar and grill. We have a great setup. The first one we had slash and Tom Morello the second one, Steve Vai and Sebastian Bach where the featured guests other artists dropped by as well. This happened a few weeks back. I'm bringing to you now, courtesy of Sirius XM and my show on volume, which is called trunk nation and heard live every day on channel one. Oh six, two to four pm eastern time and replays every night nine to eleven pm eastern and is.
"vai" Discussed on Rosewood Church Sermons
"I get a teacher about sharing oh sometimes you can be a blessing when you can if you can and how you can just by sherry even just one share a little way man a man let me take you quickly to a fourth truth in it is this reminding yourself that you are in the center of god's will can help you to persevere through many hardships this truth comes to mind other versus fifty two through fifty six jesus had full confidence we discover when you just study those verses jesus at full confidence that he was in the center of the will of his heavenly father how can you and i how can you and i be in the center of god's will well here's here's some initial steps we can be comes and yet to be in the center of god's will to begin with by repenting repenting of your sins by believing in jesus in jesus as your savior and lord by surrendering all that you are and have to the lord but continuously saying lord vai will be done in my life i will be done in the book of genesis we read the story of a dear man named joseph who sold into slavery by his own brothers was later thrown into jail because of the lie of a woman who said he tried to rape her and he did not there are also other wrongs done against joseph that he persevered for many hardships and when you read about his life you discover you discover that one of the main reasons why he was able to persevere was because he knew he knew that he was in the centre of god's will even though there were many things he didn't understand as to why they happened.
"vai" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The requests right and so when i go back to the doctor almost like a year later nivel wh what have you been doing for sports rehab war wherever us a wo here's my horror story about the choice program because it due to the fact that the schedule here's busy and you guys can't seem to within thirty days within the va there's a problem with a handoff the rheumatologist vai will will fix that will just we'll do our job and you know what happened again the hand of fill it was fumble so just like you at night and maybe thousands of other amendments was out there we just quick was like you know what all of this you know take a pain peeled and usbacked brady whatever or get a patch for your eye and wait to your meal three months later for your appointment or whatever i mean this is this is just part of the problem a so essentially what you're doing is you taking the you're taking money from one institution which is the va and instead of fixing it and making it so that they can perform the functions that they need to to to care for veterans you say well we're gonna allocated over here to give a quick fix a bandaid if you would uh to to cover up the problem instead of you know putting the stitches on there and getting a he'll instead of frikkie in doing a stupid parade if you wanna frick in honor your your veterans if you want to honour the veterans in the military troops fixed of aid to take their money that you're going to spend on that stupid parade one window the only people that do these dumb um parades are dictators kim jong and third world countries because they want to show their own people how powerful they are because they're trying to prove to their own people like they're afraid of us because of this or don't get out of line because we have to have this you know so it's just it's something it's a it's a as i whipping it out to see who has the biggest one exactly trust me that i'm talking about bats here there's there's no problem below i'm paraphrasing trump but it's he's a kid from a mentality perspective of.