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Now as our musical chairs continue on -- -- -- online we bring in some big band music courtesy of John.
-- so welcome welcome back.
Thank you this is such a crazy place of the crazy show the world I'm on the beat -- beat your Green room was a hallway yesterday which is amazing because you get a chance interactivity.
It's on there was Dee Snider who was coming up right yeah yeah yeah and -- like comparing tattoos and stuff that we're I have wanted like a million.
And we've he's got to -- his -- wondering -- -- it's like you and your interview and old people truly good.
We aren't we are covering all the music genres that OK and that is what what -- it turned out to be amazing we sit up here -- we -- will also here's an energy is when working with video equipment.
So we see if we could get them it could we get commencement that are put -- that we could we can run only really been.
Terrible interesting jam session.
I -- I'd like Iraq now and you can probably have some questions on how.
Yeah Thursday we'll see you next time today we're talking big man this is about why why they can't how'd this come about.
You are I I grew up playing trumpet in the unity of it's I just talked to my elementary school band teacher who is -- behind.
And he was I was like seven years old and has missed almost vs mister Wagner as you can callers from there.
And so I sort of playing jazz trouble as a little kid because these with a songs there's you know in the mood -- that my dad brought back from from World War II they were very popular back -- And then Bobby Darren to be on the -- and LOV from that king -- So we're trying to figure out what to do for our seventh PB especially thought.
Let's go back and get our our roots because -- playing jazz I don't play -- I've played -- in the morning to wake up my tablets.
No doubt about it but that's what that's what we're came from and also like to use him there -- some footage there -- of my dad behind me was playing in the mood.
He sort of world war two and brought back this diary and so -- re part of the diary during the PBS special.
Okay that was my next question how big is this production he -- others -- This slide show going on behind you there is media there's a huge -- suggests that the -- what is it like out on the road.
On the road it's pretty crazy because new -- -- Coldplay or anything but we but we take.
We take thirty people on the road twelve of them are on I just -- cold play.
There's and -- told Osama onstage.
There's another -- all but with the sound of this is funny because -- -- -- like kids who get dragged there by the grandparents.
And so -- -- meticulously used to listen to compress music on MP3 players and enough.
It's like you.
And then and they.
And I used to live the life abusive.
And you know so when they hear like a baritone saxophone they hear -- senator from -- -- a while what's this.
Whoever -- -- -- pick up an instrument but number one hour shows I'm sure that taping happens and who play and then Harry -- and those guys.
Yeah that's incredible -- you know that you can introduce the kids and that anyone new audiences to the great American -- now and it.
Yeah for sure and and the cool thing about these songs to -- is that.
You know they have a 33 import elements of assault.
I did an interview with somebody in America -- because the Parents Television Council -- -- -- They were there were they're going after radio -- they found out that if you listen to radio for like.
Thirty minutes you get seventeen or eighteen strong reproductive messages as they're put it meeting -- -- -- I wouldn't say sex and reproductive medicine so.
So really were as is -- just from that.
Do do Kobe but he's also 1930s and I say I disagree on television.
They were the there was so innocent you know I mean it was like you know -- -- And came -- -- from across the -- and -- the love song -- -- lingered there aren't touched her hair and -- with me now think.
-- -- -- -- -- And -- they had though the innocence of the lyrics great melodies you can remember and then the -- the music is complicated so it's great music dancing.
Yeah is there what is it that the sun is there one -- -- -- -- -- is an incredible reaction out there -- including standing.
It's really in the mood -- we do we do a thing now where we were sort of this ministry where we take.
We go to kill shelters animal shelters and we take.
And dogs are on death row so to speak and we pull him out of there we we we.
-- rent them around but we adopt them.
And then we train them with a master trainer.
And tremendous service dogs and -- -- -- them with veterans -- PT EST so there's a strong.
-- veterans' message to our -- to our show.
And and one of the most popular songs.
Couldn't play rappers in the movie about a that it -- -- wind is also really popular and people.
People love you know be on the -- because these are songs on its home if you look on these songs so.
So -- we're reinventing anything but.
But view there's there's there's great illusionist.
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