The BoDeans with “Still The Night” live in the Bing Lounge, presented by Dick Hannah Dealerships. 101.9 KINK FM. Portland, OR.
From Waukesha, Wisconsin the BoDeans signed a contract with Slash Records in 1985 and recorded their critically acclaimed debut album, Love & Hope & Sex & Dreams.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the band had several singles in the top 40 mainstream rock charts. In the mid-1990s, the band had two top 10 songs in the adult contemporary charts. In recent years, the band has made a return to their roots rock origins. BoDeans have a permanent installation at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland.
In this Bass-Ackwards Wacky woorld we are currently living in where protestors,’Black Live Matter imparticular’ are blocking major thoroughfares and acting like a bunch of uncivilized assholes, I WILL NOT STOP either
That’s what they make scrapers and squeegees for, to clean the protestors off your front grill and windshield when you get home.
RENO, Nev. — A pickup truck drove through a group of activists protesting Columbus Day, hitting five and sending one to the hospital.
The group, which was also protesting the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota, had stopped at about 7 p.m. PT Monday under the Reno arch to pose for a photo when two men in a white Nissan pickup stopped just before a crosswalk, said Quanah Brightman, executive director of United Native Americans.
The driver approached the protesters and the group crowded around the truck, according to a Facebook Live video from Taylor de Lao. The protesters and the driver exchanged heated words, and the man in the truck then drove through the crowd.
“This is a hate crime,” Brightman said. “It’s still brutal to see this kind of racism in America. That man deserves life (in prison) for what he did.”
Country or Rock, who is your favorite harmonizing group and why? What special meaning, place or time does that one song take you back to?
Don’t be bashful…
Pure Prairie League ~ I’m Almost Ready.mp3
Pure Prairie League (PPL) is one of the earliest and most successful country rock bands in history. Pure Prairie League and the Eagles are two groups often credited with bringing the country rock genre to a national music audience, with PPL being best known for their iconic 1972 hit “Amie”. Having a frequently melodic, ballad-driven sound, PPL’s roots can be found in Waverly, Ohio. In that city, from about 1964 to 1969, guitarist/singer-songwriter Craig Fuller, drummers Tom McGrail and Jim Caughlan, and pedal steel phenom John David Call all resided. The guys played in various bands together in their teen years, among them The Swiss Navy and The Omars.
The PPL ultimately located itself in Columbus, Ohio (sixty miles north of Waverly), and the group had its first success in Cincinnati. The original stage band was made up of Fuller, McGrail, Powell, Phil Stokes on bass, and Robin Suskind on guitar and mandola. His steel guitar greatly improved on the guys’ country songs and sparked hot guitar duels with Fuller that contributed greatly to the ‘fusion’ ethos of the band, its signature sound
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I am sure the NFL’s ratings going down the shitter has absolutely nothing to do with the disrespectful millionaire prim a-donna’s taking a knee during our National Anthem?
The National Football League has sent a memo to team owners seeking to ease concerns about the ratings decline that has hit football this fall.
Through the first four weeks of the season, NFL viewership has declined 11%, and among the crucial adults 18-49 demographic that advertisers covet, ratings are down 12%.
“While our partners, like us, would have liked to see higher ratings, they remain confident in the NFL and unconcerned about a long-term issue,” the letter from NFL senior executives Brian Rolapp and Howard Katz said, adding that over the last 15 years, ratings viewership has grown 27% and that football “continues to be far and away the most powerful programming on television and the best place for brands and advertisers.”
The league said the large drop in ratings for prime-time games on ESPN, CBS and NBC is likely because of ” unprecedented interest in the Presidential election.” On Sunday afternoons, the audience for Fox News, CNN and MSNBC has increased as well, and the league believes that is cutting into those games. The letter also cited the 2000 election as another time when NFL ratings took a hit due to coverage of the race between George Bush and Al Gore and the subsequent legal battle over the results.
As for a potential backlash by some viewers angered at players not standing for the national anthem to protest of police brutality, the NFL said it sees no evidence to that being a factor in declining ratings: “In fact, our own data shows that the perception of the NFL and its players is actually up in 2016.”
Creepy Clown Shepard Smith was sighted at FOX News Thursday striking fear in Florida coastal communities with dire Hurricane Matthew predictions while threatening Florida residents who refuse to heed evacuation warnings, their children, children’s cats and dogs, gold fish, furry yard rodents … “This moves 20 miles to the west and you and everyone you know are dead, all of you because you can’t survive it. It’s not possible unless you’re very very lucky.
Last weekend 19 members of East Carolina University Pirate marching band pulled a Colin Kaepernick disrespectfully taking a knee during the “The Star-Spangled Banner” prior to Saturday’s game against UCF.
The fans let their disapproval be known after the National Anthem and really let the 19 ECU Pirate marching malcontents have it during the halftime performance with a loud chorus of Boo’s and other expletives I am sure.
In response to the Fans at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium obvious disapproval and negative reaction the Useful Idiot and ECU chancellor Dr. Cecil Staton released a statement saying that East Carolina WILL “Safeguard The Right To Free Speech.”
(TigerDroppings) – “As an institution of higher learning, East Carolina respects the rights of our students, staff and faculty to express their personal views. That is part of the free exchange of ideas on a university campus. While we acknowledge and understand the disappointment felt by many Pirate fans in response to the events at the beginning of today’s football game, we urge all Pirate students, supporters and participants to act with respect for each others views. Civil discourse is an East Carolina value and part of our ECU creed”
(Paraphrasing here) – Blah blah blah and kiss my ass because the U.S. Constitution protects our students right to be disrespectful more than it does your right to demonstrate your disapproval of our students right to show absolutely no appreciation for the very nation that provides for the constructive and meaningful exchanges that helped grow new understandings among our campus community.
On Monday, though, East Carolina’s athletic bands and School of Music directors released a statement in stark contrast to that of the Useful Idiot and ECU chancellor Dr. Cecil Staton saying that the protests would no longer be tolerated.
(FANBUZZ) – We regret the actions taken by 19 members of the East Carolina University Marching Pirates on game day October 1st felt hurtful to many in our Pirate family and disrespectful to our country. We understand and respect this is an issue where emotions are strong.
College is about learning, and it is our expectation that the members of the Marching Pirates will learn from this experience and fulfill their responsibilities. While we affirm the right of all our students to express their opinions, protests of this nature by the Marching Pirates will not be tolerated moving forward.
Jeff Andrulonis the chairman and CEO of Colonial Media and Entertainment, which owns Fayetteville’s local ESPN affiliate (WFAY AM/FM), announced Tuesday that in protest of the ECU protestors the stations won’t broadcast East Carolina’s football game at South Florida this coming Saturday.
(faobserver) – “It was a shameful spectacle,’’ he said. “If the band members felt that strong, they simply could have not shown up. They didn’t need to make a spectacle of themselves.
“I was frankly disturbed by what they did, but as college students you can give them somewhat of a pass. But I can’t give a pass to the administration. Some of the comments they made Saturday night and over the weekend added to my decision to protest what happened Saturday in Greenville.”
Did anybody else other than me reach a point during last nights Vice Presidential debate where you finally jumped up out of your chair and screamed at the television, “SHUT THE FUCK UP ALREADY”?
Really pissed me off, I almost spilled my beer!
If team Clinton’s debate strategy was for Hillary Clintons gender neutral ‘RIGHT HAND PERSON’ Tim Kaine to be an annoying interrupting and repetitive Asshole then congratulations is in order. Tim Kaine’s constant barrage of obviously rehearsed canned lines must be considered a victory.
Then again, if my wife the Lovely and Gracious Mrs. BPU required that I tuck my manhood back between my legs securely tucking my junk in my ass crack before sitting through a 90 minute debate, I would have looked and acted just as annoyingly silly as Tim Kaine did I suppose.
Tim Kaine Interupts Mike Pence 72 Times…
Mike Pence made clear that he understood the real audience wasn’t in the room but watching on TV. The Indiana governor was calm, cool and collected throughout often looking into the camera while constantly being interrupted by the well-rehearsed, often parroting motor-mouth Tim Kaine with the help of debate moderator Elaine Quijano.
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