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It's been a few weeks since I got behind the mic and I apologize. LIFE. I been riding though and hope you are too. Did you know that a ZZ Top song saved me this week? I got to ride with my pastor and he almost got taken out by a swarm of bugs. Going to remind you about the hazards of riding. Can you believe the price of gas? How do you tow your bike when you need maintenance or shop work? When do you stop riding for the year? If you do when is your end of season? Don't forget to support SpecialOpsSurvivors.org Enter to win a custom built motorcycle by !
It is a thrill to welcome back to the Jake's Take platform (and for the first time on The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast), singer-songwriter Jessica Lynn!Jessica Lynn is an internationally renowned country music star that has shared the stage with Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Loretta Lynn, and ZZ Top. She has been featured on countless media platforms, including American Songwriter, Billboard, and CMT. Also, Jessica has a total of 11 charting singles on iTunes in 11 different countries.In addition, Jessica secured a spot with the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs' American Music Abroad. While the COVID-19 pandemic forced her to cancel her tour, Jessica's live streams soared, landing her on the global ticketing reporting giant Pollstar's Top 40 Livestreamers of 2020 as well as the Top 25 Livestreamers of 2021.In this edition of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Jessica Lynn spoke about how she impressed music legend Richard Marx when she opened for him. Plus, she talked about her new album: Reimagined and the stories behind her reimagined songs, including “Not Your Woman,” “Now or Never,” and “Run To.”
Put three great musicians together and magic can happen. We've seen it throughout music history, with trios turning out some of the most iconic tunes in rock. Bands like Cream, the Jimi Hendrix Experience and CSN set the table in the ‘60s, followed in the ‘70s by ZZ Top, Rush and the Police. Nirvana and Green Day carried the torch into the ‘90s and beyond, as we'll hear on this week's rockin' episode of KMB.
There's no doubt ZZ Top trademarked Texas boogie. And over 30 years later, the Sword furthered the Lonestar shuffle's legacy by darkening it. The Austin outfit's 2006 debut Age of Winters combined the rhythmic bounce of Tres Hombres with the power and might of Master of Reality. The cross-pollination of Gibbons and Iommi continued in 2008's Gods of the Earth, with heavier right-hand picking and tempos shading towards thrash-y Priest and Thin Lizzy's "Emerald." Traces of proggy psychedelia, like 2112 Rush and late-'70s Genesis, turned 2010's concept album Warped Riders into a swirling voyage of sci-fi conquest and space exploration, with the music matching the otherworldly narrative. And 2012's Apocryphon saw the band settle into themselves, collectively cherry-picking all the things that worked on the previous three albums. Songs like "Cloak of Feathers" and the title track show their musical certainty. High Country, from three years later, showcases a once-singular-sounding band finding a home between Houston and Birmingham that could be best classified as classic mid-'70s hard rock. And 2018's Used Future—as its cover depicts—shows the band comfortably, calmly, confidently pressing the accelerator of their Bombshell Betty 1952 Buick Super Riviera and racing towards their own horizon. This fall 2021 run had the Sword members—J.D. Cronise (guitar/vocals), Kyle Shutt (guitars), Bryan Richie (bass/keyboards), and Santiago "Jimmy" Vela III (drums)—handling double duty, with a headline tour woven around opening shows for Primus. Before their top-of-the-bill show at Nashville's Mercy Lounge, Shutt, Cronise, and Richie showed PG how consolidating gear (and volume) has helped them sharpen their blade. [Brought to you by D'Addario XPND Pedalboard: http://ddar.io/xpnd.rr (http://ddar.io/xpnd.rr)]
With a unique mixture of classic country and Laurel Canyon style Rock N'Roll, it's no wonder Jeremy Pinnell has accrued a big following and critical acclaim. We welcome Jeremy to celebrate his third studio album Goodbye L.A, set to release on SofaBurn Records on October 1st. Produced by Texan JonathanTyler, Goodbye L.A. is a 10-song listening experience intended to do one simple thing: make you happy. Pinnell explains, “[Production-wise] I wanted like 80s Waylon, ZZ Top. My idea was that I wanted to write a record that made people happy,” he says. “I want people to dance and have fun and love each other.” Join us for a special conversation that digs deep into Jeremy's creative process, self consciousness in songwriting and a special performance for the jrodconcerts audience.
In the first episode here I sat down with Wrecks Bell, longtime friend and bass player for Townes Van Zandt and resident of Galveston, TX. Wrecks started The Old Quarter in Houston in the mid 60's then re- opened it in Galveston in the Mid 90's. He's got some fantastic stories about the venue, ZZ Top, heroin deals gone bad, and of course Townes Van Zandt. He's a great guy and has been really good to me over the years. In my search for stories about interesting people down on the Gulf Coast, it was obvious for me to start with him. INSTAGRAM TWITTER FACEBOOK YOUTUBE PATREON
Henry, Chris, and Megan jump in, hang on, and go back to the bin to cover albums from March 1983!Eliminator | ZZ TopCandy Girl | New EditionMetal Health | Quiet RiotThe Hurting | Tears for FearsTRUE | Spandau BalletSpotify LinkWe love Buzzsprout! - Sign up to do your own podcast project using this link, which supports our show, and gets YOU a $20.00 Amazon gift card:https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=138874If you dig our work, and wanna throw us a bone to keep the lights on -Become a member of 80s Music Exposed:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/80smusicexposedBuy Us a Coffee!https://www.buymeacoffee.com/80sMusicExposedSpeak and spell back to us here:Email: 80sMusicExposed@gmail.comTwitter: @80sExposedLeave us a voicemail! https://www.speakpipe.com/80sMusicExposedTwitter Henry: @HankGee / Twitter Chris: @tcidukeHenry Instagram: @HankGee / Chris Instagram: @tcidukeInstagram: @80s374 Megan Instagram: @bastardsofyoung92Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/80smusicexposed)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/80smusicexposed)
Andrew realizes he may need to see a men's health specialist before he can perform his duties at an upcoming wedding. Plus, Demi Adejuyigbe released his final (?) “September” video yesterday. And listeners share tales of dog poop vengeance gone wrong and chefs taking ostentatiously long bathroom breaks.
Howard Bloom joins The DK Project to talk about his time as Michael Jackson's publicist during 1980s. Although Bloom grew up to be an aristocratic scientist who knew nothing about popular music, he became a journalist in the world of music and in 1976 founded one of the biggest publisher companies in the music industry in the 1970s and 1980s. He has been instrumental in building or sustaining more than 100 careers, including Prince, Bob Marley, Jöhn, ZZ Top, Bette Midler, Billy Joel, and, of course, Michael Jackson. Howard and Darren will be discussing his fascinating and extraordinary musical journey, how he came to work with the Jackson family and how he deepens the philosophies of Howard about what made him so magical. They also talked about Howard's new book and its many great stories of Einstein, Michael Jackson, and Me: a soul search in the power pits of Rock and Roll are all going on. TIME STAMPS: 1:41 Background/ History of Mr. Howard Bloom 19:08 – Howard's musical Journey 24:00 – Howard founded East Coast public service relations department for ABCs. 25:00- Howard founded a PR Company - Working with the Legends 25:50- Howard's experience working with Michael Jackson 59:25 –The New Book: Einstein, Michael Jackson & me 1:11:00 - The Grand Unified Theory of Howard Bloom Movie Howard Bloom's Words of Wisdom / Quotations: “I didn't care about money. What I cared about was the quest, the quest for knowledge, the quest to find this dark underbelly.” Connect with Howard Bloom Website: howardbloom.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep in touch! That's it. That's the end. That's a wrap. That's a wrap for today's episode. Don't forget to subscribe and tell all your friends. If you'd like to reach out you can use the studio line at 612-504-6500 or by email the email@example.com and of course, there's always social media as the DK project podcast. Thanks for tuning in.
This episode chronicles the good, the bad, and the ugly from Night Demon's first-ever live performance on May 20, 2011 at the Bombay Bar & Grill in Ventura, California. You will hear how the band solved the conundrum of filling a setlist despite having only four original songs. Armand and Dusty give their impressions from the show, which they both attended. The bulk of the episode consists of Jarvis giving a song-by-song rundown of the set, augmented by audio clips recorded that night. (Never-before seen video of the entire set is available in the subscriber section.) Jarvis candidly describes the mistakes, the snafus, and the missteps of the night. But he also highlights aspects of that performance that still make him proud today and that hinted at greater things to come. From humble beginnings, glimmers of brilliance still shone through. The Demon was finally alive. Become a subscriber today at nighdemon.net/subscriber. This week, subscribers have access to the bonus content below: Full video from Night Demon's first show (never before seen)A 20 Minute mini-episode where Jarvis breaks down the band's gear and stage set up and walks you through his bass solo and effects pedals from this first show. Jeff Hershey & the Heartbeats “Wearin' Me Out” - https://jeffhersheyandtheheartbeats.bandcamp.com/track/wearin-me-outDiamond Head “Lightning to the Nations” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6ieb5ZXYPoAngel Witch “White Witch” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkGnOMjOqXsNight Demon “Radar Love” video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXS3vUdhbIkAragorn “Black Ice” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgAt-B_QjK4Night Demon “Ritual (First Live Gig)” - https://nightdemon.bandcamp.com/track/ritual-first-live-gig Listen at nightdemon.net/podcast or anywhere you listen to podcasts! To unlock massive amounts of bonus content, become a subscriber at nightdemon.net/subscriber
Hello Kitty was back at the dollar store, this time with a cabernet savignon bottle of wine. Uncle tests this and talks to his customers. Topics include: what bluten is, Florida, Hello Kitty wine, wine tasting, sweet wines, France, Orson Welles wine commercials, Casey Casem meltdown tapes, top 40 radio show, music with clear talking, Mountain Dew, dollar store energy drink Monster Hydro, Hardy Boys, ZZ Top, shout outs
The Record Store is a 30 minute dive into the rock n roll exploits of host Lance LeVine, featuring one album randomly selected from his ridiculously large record collection as the backdrop. Lance has been driven by the music since 1970, when he started collecting Beatles albums with Let It Be. Since then, and hundreds of concerts & thousands of albums, he's got a story about every band, from America to Yes (because ABBA to ZZTop would've been too cliche). Jump aboard and listen to Lance talk about Lindsey Buckingham Christine McVie: Buckingham McVie! This is the 13th episode of the series. This is Episode 486 of the STSPOD library and is part of the “Nothing to Do About Wrestling” series. Lance posts an episode on the 2nd and last Monday of every month. Link of all links: https://linktr.ee/STSPOD Search “Cool Kids Wrestling & MMA Talk” on Facebook to join us ! Search “Shooting The Shzinit” to LIKE the STSPOD FB page !! Follow Lance LeVine on Twitter: @chocolatierLL Sponsored by Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code STSPOD20 at Manscaped DOT com. That's 20% off with free shipping at manscaped DOT com and use code STSPOD20. Spunklube is the perfect blend of water and silicone. It is an all purpose personal lubricant that can be used for any occasion. You will love the natural feeling and look of it. It is safe for sensitive skin. Go to spunklube DOT com and tell them shootin the shiznit sent you ! Follow them on Twitter @SpunkLube Have you used the UBER Eats app? If not, you can download it & get $7 off your first order by using this code: eats-briant24790ue Did you love this week's episode?? Was it worth a $1 ? $2? $100?? Donate to STS by using the Cash app and sending $$$$ to: $BTSTS In partnership with Championship Wrestling on CW30! Every Saturday at Noon on YouTube. Follow them on Twitter: @cw30wrestling Do you wanna be a pro wrestler ? Go to championshipwrestlingmemphis.com and apply for classes that start soon !! Would you like to bring LIVE WRESTLING to your town ? Call American Hostel Championship Wrestling !! mark @ 636 232 3313. Follow them on Facebook ! Search “American Hostile Championship Wrestling.” 9.5.21 | Championship Wrestling from Memphis LIVE TV with NWA Women's World Champion KAMILLE! TICKETS | https://tinyurl.com/u3u9ccxz . 9.9.21 | Memphis Wrestling Mayhem on the Midway at Dyer County Fair
Steve and Drew each chose a set of songs about alcohol. Steve's is about 3 different kinds and Drew's focuses only on whiskey. Artists this week: Marina & The Diamonds, Royal Republic, Remy Zero, Ryan Adams, Men I Trust, B0RNS, Black Pistol Fire, The Chats, Courtney Barnett, Dum (aka The Good Rats), Inspiral Carpets, The Replacements, Van Halen, ZZ Top, Southern Avenue, The Darkness. On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio * 5pm Friday * * 10am Sunday * * 8pm Monday * Stream live at http://188.8.131.52:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ Twitter: @SUBedford1051 Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio Instagram: SuburbanUnderground And available on demand on your favorite podcast app!
Episode 187: ZZ Top With the passing of bassist Dusty Hill, Derek and Chris reminisce about one of their personal favorite bands of all time, ZZ Top. The guys discuss the musical style of the band, the iconic music videos from the 80's, the individual band members and some of their favorite songs. For the […]
A founding member of Louisiana’s LeRoux, the multi-platinum-selling guitarist, songwriter, and singer rode the wave of chart-topping singles (“New Orleans Ladies,” “Nobody Said It Was Easy”) and tours with bands like ZZ Top, the Doobie Bros., Bob Seger, and John Prine. As a songwriter Tony spent 30 years in Nashville writing a string of #1 hits for top-selling country artists like George Srtait, Keith Whitley, and Shania Twain. He likes to claim his music biz success has all been by accident. Tonight he joins the Troubled Men and learns just how bad an accident can be. Topics include the return to school, identity theft, “Christine,” campaign questionnaires, vaccine resistance, bilingual instructions, switching from trombone to guitar, joining the band, a new name, the new album, “One of Those Days,” longevity, prostitutes, pressure to repeat, influences, the New Orleans market, touring, perennial openers, Ozzy, Ronnie Milsap’s bus, John Mayer, the Grateful Dead, the state of country music, co-writing, getting a cut, Billy Joe Shaver, radio airplay, and much more. Support the podcast here. Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s Wear here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Intro music: Styler/Coman Break music: “Love Abductor” from Louisiana’s LeRoux Outro music: “One of Those Days” from Louisiana’s LeRoux Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podacst Instagram LeRoux Homepage LeRoux Facebook
#JohnDouglas, fill-in drummer and tech for #ZZTop and #Aerosmith, talks to #RONDK about the loss of his dear friend #DustyHill and reflects on the life and legacy of #RollingStones drummer #CharlieWatts.
This week we talk about the band ZZ Top. Consumption: Mr. Pold - The Net, Austin Powers Trilogy, Major Payne, What if…? St. Jimmy - Blumhouse's Fantasy Island, On Target D'Viddy - Fletch Lives, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness season 1, The Paper Tigers, Killing Gunther Master Z - Tattoo Redo, Freaky, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things, Jolt, The Vault, Gunpowder Milkshake, The Chef Show Music Provided By: Greg Gibbs / Most Guitars Are Made of Trees We Is Shore Dedicated / Fortochka
In this week's episode, Frank and Marc are paying homage to the late and great Dusty Hill by chatting about the 1983 album "Eliminator" by ZZ Top! They go track by track in this full album review and give their impressions of this classic record. Want a one stop shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! If you want us to review an album let us know! Join our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/285306009517804/ Instagram: @checkoutthisrecord Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkdRbGfkOFg5V58uFx8qoUg/videos Twitter: @checkrecord
The boogie piano wild man with Mojo Nixon, the LeRoi Bros., Jello Biafra, Roy Head, Archie Bell, and the Neptunes was mentored early on by Nils Lofgren, Billy Gibbons, and Joe Ely. His tenure as co-owner of the Houston Continental Club has given him a view of the biz from the other side of the bar, while the viral “Altuve Polka” by his Polka? I Hardly Know Her Band was the sensation of the Astro’s World Series Championship. A first call player with Chuck Berry, Wanda Jackson, and Andre Williams, Pete checks in for a few innings with the Troubled Men. Topics include a vaccine mandate, cancellations, the start of school, an Iguanas tour, a roadwork scam, Robin, Steve Watson, Jake Flack, a Tipitina’s gig, moving to Austin, Steve Wertheimer, the ZZ Top studio, the big time, a Norwegian tour with Dash Rip Rock, volatile personalities, high concept bands, the Light Rock Express, Disco Expressions, Kinky Friedman, the Lawrence Welk Show, a viral video, ribbing Larry King, Game 7, sideman work, the future of rock’n’roll, and much more. Support the podcast here. Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s Wear here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Intro music: Styler/Coman Break music: “Tie My Pecker To My Leg” from “Whereabouts Unknown” by Mojo Nixon and the Toadliquors Outro music: “The Altuve Polka” by Polish Pete and the Polka? I Hardly Know Her Band Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podacst Instagram Pete Gordon Facebook Polish Pete Polka Facebook The Continental Club Houston
Phil, Jake and Jason rank radio edits (of songs), and vinyl records (which usually contain songs) on the List of Every Damn Thing.If you have something to add to the list, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org (or get at us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook).SHOW NOTES: Jason sings the praises of Kool-Aid pickles in the episode. Phil & Jake are sure Kool-Aid pickles are good but they look like sea slugs. Phil was right that Vincent Price's spoken-word part on Michael Jackson's “Thriller” didn't appear on the song's 7” single. It did appear in the music video, though. Phil talks about a song by Pink that refers to satellite radio. He had the artist wrong; it was the Black Eyed Peas' "Boom Boom Pow". Radio stations censored the word "satellite" and we think it was just them flexing. There are three versions of “I Got 5 On It” by Luniz: the original one with explicit lyrics, the clean radio edit, and the Bay Area Ballas Remix. "Get Low" by Lil Jon& The East Side Boyz got heavy radio play using an edit that had a lot of profanity taken out, but they got to say "skeet" (which is slang for ejaculation) many times. Lil' Jon also apparently ran a label called Skeet Skeet Records. Phil mentions that the radio edit of “Country Grammar” by Nelly really helped Nelly crossover cause it was built on a children's singalong although the song was talking about a drive-by shooting with an Armsel Striker "Street Sweeper" which is an automatic shotgun. In the episode, Phil doesn't know the full name of the weapon but he had the right idea. Phil talks about the end of the first act of Scarface which is his favorite part of the movie. We talk about “Money For Nothing” by Dire Straits. The guy from Dire Straits also wrote “Private Dancer” by Tina Turner. Can you play a gold record? Most gold or platinum records are colored vinyl and you can play them but, like Phil speculates, it's usually a random record that's been painted so if you buy Bruce Springsteen's Human Touch platinum record and play it, it might be Legs by ZZ Top. Taylor Swift's album Evermore is the one Jake talks about but can't remember the name. ALSO DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:demolition derbies * “Tainted Love” by Soft Cell * “Truth Hurts” by Lizzo * “Night Moves” by Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band * “MacArthur Park” by Donna Summer * “Every Little Step” by Bobby Brown * “Back that Thang Up” by Juvenile * intro to “Back that Azz Up” * “Dre Day” by Dr. Dre * “Let's Get it Started In Here” by Black Eyed Peas * “Mind Playing Tricks on Me” by Geto Boys * metatextuality * “Dope Man” by NWA * “Humpty Dance” by Digital Underground * Showgirls * “Tutti Frutti” by Little Richard * McRib * daylight saving time * “1999” by Prince * “Do You Know the Way to San Jose” by Dionne Warwick * speed limits * Cannonball Run * public humiliation * fast fashion * cassette tapes * compact discs * Spinderella * Crocs * books * Allman & Woman * podcasts * ducks * Bill PaxtonBelow are the Top Ten and Bottom Top items on List of Every Damn Thing as of this episode (for the complete up-to-date list, go here):TOP TEN: Dolly Parton - person interspecies animal friends - idea sex - idea Clement Street in San Francisco - location Prince - person It's-It - food Cher - person Pee-Wee Herman - fictional character Donald Duck - fictional character Hank Williams - person BOTTOM TEN:177. Jenny McCarthy - person178. Jon Voight - person179. Hank Williams, Jr - person180. British Royal Family - institution181. Steven Seagal - person182. McRib - food183. war - idea184. cigarettes - drug185. QAnon - idea186. transphobia - ideaTheme song by Jade Puget. Graphic design by Jason Mann. This episode was produced & edited by Jake MacLachlan, with audio help from Luke Janela. Show notes by Jake MacLachlan & Phil Green.Our website is everydamnthing.net and we're also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.Email us at email@example.com.
Every time we think of you we always catch our breath. Welcome to your weekly podcast that's driving you wild. Joe, Lisa, and Gary are here to stop the heartbreak overload with important topics like Pillow Symposium, When Covid comes knocking, Are you down with OCP?, A cultural awakening, lyrical musical nonsense, sister twisters, and Crap Diarrhea Crap. Oh, and we hear your name in certain circles. So, be a shy best man, do a butter drop, and stay Politically Corrected! #MissingYou #JohnWaite #OmniCorp #Regeneron #EveryLastHomie #OopusOsmos #ThatsClever #SouthDakota #Florida #Texas #NASA #NextdoorNonsense #Whitesnake #ZZTop
Phil shares the speech he gave at Dusty Hill's funeral, and the guys talk about how they met ZZ Top. Jase says Phil is more of a butcher than a doctor when it comes to medical care. Phil gives a homeless man $20 and a biblical lesson. And the guys address listeners struggling to live a Christian life and discuss how to be motivated by grace. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Barney, Mark & Jasper invite legendary A&R man David Bates to tell them about his long & distinguished career in music — particularly the years he spent working at Phonogram with the likes of Tears For Fears, Def Leppard & Robert Plant. David reminisces about hearing the Beatles on the radio in 1962, and how that took him eventually to DJ'ing & to working at Richard Branson's first Virgin megastore in the '70s. A clip from our 1990 Was (Not Was) audio interview prompts recall of the droll duo & of David Geffen, after which our guest talks about the "torturous" process of overseeing Tears For Fears' eye-wateringly expensive Seeds Of Love album. He also recalls reuniting Robert Plant with Led Zep bandmate Jimmy Page for 1994's live No Quarter album. From there we segue into the week's new audio interview, which features Julian Cope — frontman with David's first major Phonogram signing the Teardrop Explodes — talking to a roomful of French music journalists about 1991's Peggy Suicide album. Two clips from this highly entertaining press conference prompt memories of the inimitable "Saint Julian" from our guest, who also joins in with the RBP team's tribute to ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill, God rest his beard. Mark concludes the episode with quotes from his favourite library additions over the past fortnight, including pieces about Joe South and Earth, Wind & Fire, and Barney & Jasper respond with remarks on interviews with Seth Lakeman and Christina Aguilera. Many thanks to special guest David Bates; find his playlists at dbfinestkind.com. Pieces discussed: David Bates on life as an A&R man, Was (Not Was) audio, Tears for Fears' Seeds of Love, Julian Cope, Julian Cope audio, John Sinclair, Dusty Hill, Record shops and Hammond B3s, Earth, Wind and Fire, Jerry Lee Lewis, Joe South, Television, Chuck E. Weiss, Seth Lakeman, Christina Aguilera and Arctic Monkeys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came, we explore The Regulators, chapters 8 and 9. Introduction (00:00) Johnny doubles back (02:03) Genre cocktail (09:58) Tak has fun (17:40) Dark Tower Thinnies (23:14) Fun Stuff (26:15) Sean obviously meant to say Back to the Future III when discussing ZZ Top. Other worlds … Continue reading Ep. 118 The Regulators, Chapters 8 & 9 →
Bryan and Jason discuss takeaways from Bryan's chat with comedy icon Tommy Chong, give their respects to recently departed ZZ Top bass player Dusty Hill, and marvel at the the longevity of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts. Finally, Bryan airs a grievance over a bass guitar he loaned to Jason.
Dusty Hill from ZZ Top passed away at the age of 72, famous comedian Jackie Mason passed away in his sleep over the weekend, most concerts are requiring people to be fully vaccinated before attending the event, and Rihanna is officially a billionaire! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Phil gets ready to deliver a eulogy for ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill, and Al and Jase look back on the family's relationship with the band. Jase remembers when he almost ripped his hair out during a squirrel hunt and recalls the time he was stung between the eyes by a yellowjacket. Phil describes one of the great benefits of having a beard. Jase holds a fly-killing bootcamp after he nearly wrecks his house to kill a fly. Al and Jase explain why it's OK to celebrate Halloween. And Phil discusses why unbelievers feel free while believers feel locked up by rules and regulations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Part One:Paul and Scott pay tribute to ZZ Top's Dusty Hill, talk about bands with unchanging lineups, delve into the particulars of magnificent Songcraft beards, and take a closer look at Billboard's Christian music charts. Part Two:Our in-depth conversation with David CrowderABOUT DAVID CROWDER:David Crowder is a phenomenally successful singer, songwriter, and musician in Christian music. He first rose to prominence with The David Crowder Band, which introduced church communities to songs such as “O Praise Him,” “Here is Our King,” and “How He Loves,” which has earned nearly 60 million streams on Spotify. The five-time Grammy nominee began a genre-bending solo career under the mononymous stage name Crowder in 2012, and has released four albums and a string of Top 10 singles including “I Am,” “Come As You Are,” “Forgiven,” “All My Hope,” “Red Letters,” and “Let it Rain.” Other staples from the Crowder songbook include “Open Skies,” “Everything Glorious,” “This I Know,” and “I'm Leaning on You.” Crowder has collaborated with a range of artists, including Chris Tomlin, Tauren Wells, Riley Clemmons, Maverick City Music, Marty Stuart, and Emmylou Harris, and has earned 16 GMA Dove Awards. His most recent album, Milk & Honey hit #1 on the US Christian charts, and the lead single “Good God Almighty” became his first song to hit #1 on all four Billboard Christian music charts.
Booka Nile from Make Them Suffer is our guest this week! We discuss their latest single, "Contraband," how the collaboration with Spiritbox's Courtney LaPlante came together; the current state of COVID in her native Australia, and the mental health issues that come with the pandemic; our strong sense of community across the heavy metal scene; not being able to perform any of the songs off their latest album live yet; her participation in the reality TV show Married at First Sight, and the difficulty of having a relationship as a touring musician; and the current plans for the next album from Make Them Suffer. Petar, Brandon, and Jozalyn also tackle the tragic news that Slipknot's Joey Jordison, ZZ Top's Dusty Hill, and Metal Church's Mike Howe have all passed away. Thank you to our sponsor, Metal Blade Records, for their continued support! Songs: Make Them Suffer - "Contraband" (featuring Courtney LaPlante), Make Them Suffer - "Erase Me," Ex Deo - “Boudicca (Queen of The Icieni)" (featuring Brittney Slayes), Slipknot - “The Blister Exists,” ZZ Top - “Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers,” and Metal Church - “Sky Fall In.”
Billy F Gibbons of ZZ Top talks about the early days; The Moving Sidewalks, the early rare & collectible records, memories of his time with Jimi Hendrix, the 1st private press ZZ Top 7" single, his new solo LP "Hardware" and more. If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related.
This week on the Experience, Jim talks about Domino's, Vince McMahon's comments about AEW, Karrion Kross & Scarlett, Dusty Hill & ZZ Top and much more! Plus Jim reviews AEW Dynamite & NXT! Follow Jim and Brian on Twitter: @TheJimCornette @GreatBrianLast Join Jim Cornette's College Of Wrestling Knowledge on Patreon to access the archives & more! https://www.patreon.com/Cornette Subscribe to the Official Jim Cornette channel on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/c/OfficialJimCornette Visit Jim's official site at www.JimCornette.com for merch, live dates, commentaries and more! You can listen to Brian on the 6:05 Superpodcast at 605pod.com or wherever you find your favorite podcasts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Highlights: “In many respects, it was really the base player Dusty Hill, who often lived in Billy Gibbons' shadow, who's the real center of gravity for this legendary rock band.”“What Dusty Hill really did, that he'll forever be known for, is he put Texas rock on the map.”“When I was a kid, you took Texas history before you took American history. I'm told I had an ancestor in the Alamo. The pride in Texas is a real thing and I take it with me everywhere I go.” - Dusty Hill“He was a true Patriot and he will always be a real Texas hero.”Timestamps:[01:29] ZZ Top's Dusty Hill[02:55] On their album Tres Hombres[05:26] How Dusty Hill put Texas rock on the map[07:33] On their worldwide Texas Tour[08:35] A Swedish tribute to Dusty HillResources: Get your FREE copy of Scott's Ebook, Bigger IS Better: 7 Reasons Why Commercial Beats Single-Family Investing here: Commercial Academy & Turley TalksGet Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without the censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.comThank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
Jeriney and Julia are both out today. Let's see if we can keep out of trouble. Did you watch Nick Wright playing poker last night? We have to admit, he looked pretty damn cool. *Don't have an opinion about all this Simone Biles stuff? Well you better get one! How else are we supposed to know where you stand politically?!?! *Doomscrolling! Suni Lee wins gold! CDC says it's mask season again. Lasers on drones zapping clouds. The US government sold a Wu Tang album. Lazlo loves ZZ Top. *You think your job sucks? Wait til you hear about our slightly warm studio! *Anyone else watch Relentless on Discovery? Slimfast didn't like the ending so Lazlo suggest they go fix it themselves. *Got a loud neighbor? Just leave it be. *Guys, how do you let her know you're in the mood? If you said booze, well, you said the same thing as Lazlo. *Lazlo has been trying to get Slim to invest some money in the stock market. Stocks and bonds just sound alien to Slim. *We're out! Have a great day and don't forget to follow us and reach out on social @churchoflazlo and check out lazlo.church -Everybody Wang Chung!!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We’ll start with a quick ZZ Top set as tribute to Dusty Hill, and close out with sets for Tony Bennet and Martha Reeve’s birthdays! (61 minutes) The post Coverville 1367: Tribute to ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill, and Cover Stories for Tony Bennett and Martha & The Vandellas appeared first on Coverville | The Cover Music Podcast.
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Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about a listener that discovered his old crush is now doing porn, ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill passed away, a guy opening up a trailer park for swingers, a dude arrested for threatening to nuke Las Vegas, what shocking discovery lead to your divorce? a social media influencer arrested for faking a suicide, a woman that took her 7 month old baby with her during a break in, a drunk man arrested after breaking into a home and pooping in a tea kettle, some dominatrix's are demanding subs get vaccinated, a huge moose found wandering around a Colorado parking structure, the best/worst smells & flavors of the summer, and more!
The old barn. ZZ Top. Rawhide. Biff joins the program. Biff will be out at TMA Live. Biff with a nice little origin story. Biff & Ted Simmons. Flights to Alaska. Volcano talk. New swinger trailer park. Injuries and exercise.
Pat describes his experience with being asked for donations in the checkout at the grocery store. Joe Biden's approval rating is dropping like a rock. A caller from Maine gives props to Rep. Billy Bob Faulkingham for standing up against civil asset forfeiture. Two members of ZZ Top have passed away. Ronco founder Ron Popeil has also passed away. Rep. Chip Roy demands to know why the House of Representatives is fighting over masks while illegal border crossings, with a high number of positive COVID cases, go unchecked. Jeffy's Chewing the Fat: You are hateful to question Simone Biles for sitting out the competitions. Quitting is now the acceptable option, battling through the pain is the bad option. Tesla introduces new driverless semi trucks. Biden has a new single about the day democracy died. A new study by Rasmussen shows that 66% of Americans would rather Congress investigate BLM than January 6. Bill de Blasio just said that the “voluntary phase” for vaccinations is over. He thinks it is time to move forward with mandatory vaccinations. Some schools are requiring elementary kids to take an equity survey. The kids were then told that they could not tell their parents. The Girl Scouts are now teaching racial equity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam welcomes Jeremy Piven back in studio for Part 2 of today's show. The guys talk about Jeremy's new podcast, and acknowledge they both had weird journeys to performing standup. They also discuss the story of MMA fighter Jorge Masvidal, working with Jamie Foxx, and getting notes for your comedy. Later Jeremy teases his next role, and goes on to talk about working with legends like Al Pacino, Morgan Freeman, Val Kilmer, and Robert DeNiro. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about the death of ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill, Bob Odenkirk being rushed to the hospital after collapsing on set, updates on the Vikings offensive line coach who didn't want to get a vaccine, and the status of Simone Biles. Please support today's sponsors: MintMobile.com/ADAM Keeps.com/ADAM ScottsCheapFlights.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com PlutoTV
Adam, Bryan and Gina reminisce about themed restaurants like Rainforest Café and Planet Hollywood at the top of today's pod. They also talk about Olympic Softball, and Adam rants about Natalia's high school volleyball team trekking out to Orange County for tournament games. Adam then follows up on ‘sorting' as it applies to vaccinations, and the guys take listener calls about a gardener refusing to accept payment until the winter, following your dreams, a unique challenge for Adam, the catalogue of Hall & Oates, and song suggestions for Gina's wedding. Please support today's sponsors: MintMobile.com/ADAM Keeps.com/ADAM ScottsCheapFlights.com/ADAM SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Geico.com PlutoTV
DDSA – The Mary Tyler Moore Show ||Bob Odenkirk hospitalized after collapsing on set of Better Call Saul || Hiking Groups for Loneliness. Jobs are offering incentives after hiring. || Tim got fired from Meals-on-Wheels for making horse racing bets for his customers. Death investigation causes 101 freeway closure at Sunset Blvd. on both sides.Noory || 101 freeway closure on Sunset exit. || ZZ Top Bassist, Dusty Hill dies at home.
RIP ZZ Top's Dusty Hill, Simone Biles out again, Ashton Kutcher smells, Bob Odenkirk ill, Gary Graff joins us, Ed Buck's crimes, Bill Murray v. Lucy Liu, and we talk to an 83-year-old "Chuck Norris Method" blackbelt. RIP to ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill.Gary Graff joins the show to discuss the ZZ Top, the death of Joey Jordison, Roger Daltrey's bastards, and more.Eric Haase is a hunk and the Detroit Tigers are rolling again.Simone Biles bails on the Olympics individual all-around finals.Tonya Harding > Nancy Kerrigan.The US House Select committee hearings about the January 6th attack began.Bob Odenkirk collapsed on set and everybody is worried about him.Bill Murray was really mean to Lucy Liu... one time... 20 years ago.Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis tell everybody that they smell terrible.DaBaby has lost a sponsorship. Somebody chucked a shoe at him... it was probably Elton John.Chuck Norris Method prodigy, Carole Taylor, is 83-years-old and a 5th degree blackbelt. BranDon thinks he would kick her ass.A new documentary series is coming to Netflix featuring The Malice at the Palace.The CEO of the Great Lakes Water Authority chooses to bail on the job now that things have gone south for GLWA.A four-year-old in Detroit is recovering after shooting herself.Road rage rolls on.Drew's 7-Eleven is in the news. It could have been us. Almost all of the Washington Nationals have COVID.Trudi's new kitty farts.Sam Lutfi released a bunch of Britney Spears voicemails. Proving once again, that she probably needs a conservator. Oh, and she's painting now.Michael Phelps is available for Simone Biles/Mental Health/Olympics coverage.Kelly Clarkson is rich and her load ex-husband has been granted $200,000.00 per month of her money.Women don't want to be drafted into the military.Joe Biden's vaccine push could use an audible.Odenkirk Update: Heart related incident. He's doing ok.Ed Buck loves Black guys, meth and smoking weiners. He's been found guilty of nine felonies.Sometimes our show just sucks. Sorry.Christopher Knight is NOT in the Cameo family.Spencer Pratt still sells crystals.Dan Wetzel joins us tomorrow. Hamed Haddadi is our new favorite athlete.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).