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Al Gore Vice President — billed this song as "the unofficial anthem of the environmental movement". InLoggins released the album The Unimaginable Lifebased on his book that he co-wrote with his then-wife Julia. Their first tour sinceit was three hours in length with an intermission and included an acoustic set in the middle of the show. InLoggins joined the new recording company Music for the release of his How About Now album. InLoggins issued a new children's album titled All Join In but it was not released due to complications with his record company.
He stopped by the Eddie and Jobo Show in Chicago to talk about his music, his personal life and what kind of show you can expect from him. Loggins sang "Danny's Song". The Movie features an original song from Loggins, entitled "The Art of the Deal," written specifically for the film.
InLoggins appeared as himself in the episode "Baby Shower" of the fifth season of the animated comedy series Archer. His song " Danger Zone " had been a recurring joke in the show. At the end of the episode and during the credits, Loggins also performs a country version of "Danger Zone" as a duet with the character of Cherlene.
That's why it works, because it's so absurd. The same thing happens when two of his other also put on their sunglasses. When their friend Quagmire objects to the scam, as he himself is a veteran, Peter points out that " Playing with the Boys " would start playing if he Quagmire would put on his sunglasses, and it does.
It then shows Loggins in a room with a young woman watching Family Guy, and the woman reacts by saying "Hey, Dad. They used two of your songs on Family Guy. When another young woman enters the room to tell Loggins exactly the same thing, he points out that this woman is his daughter.
Loggins' songs have also appeared in previous episodes of Family Guy. The first Brunies settles in the USA. Keith Brunies is fifth generation American. His great-great-grandfather was Richard Brunies. He was born in in Switzerland and he travelled by boat from Bremerhaven, Germany directly to New Orleans in26 years old.
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He came without a family, his luggage being little more than a little old fiddle. Two years later he married Sophie Weser, who was from Germany and who had come to the USA with her mother and sister in when she was sixteen.
Richard and Sophie had several children. Henry Richard Brunies and his wife Elizabeth had seven children, six boys and one girl. They all played music: The family lived in an active area of the town. It was a prosperous neighbourhood, known as the Irish Channel. Today this is still a nice area. Charles Avenue, the main road through this district, runs parallel to the Mississippi and ends at Canal Street. One block up Canal is where Bourbon Street begins.
Charles, you will see fine mansions on both sides. Some of them are nearly two hundred years old, but most are well kept. Today they sell for two to four million dollars. The Brunies kids grew up in the Irish Channel near the Garden District, where they had their little fights in the neighbourhood.
The family lived at several addresses here, depending on the size of the family. Both parents and Brunies children worked hard for their family income and ran two businesses at the same time.
From around till about they had a confectionery on the ground floor of their two-storey house and, in good German tradition, a beer brewery on the first floor.
All the kids would play and practice with their parents in the front parlour, which also was the front room of the confectionery. The windows would be opened up and people would come around to hear the Brunies family play. Rudy and Data would never play outside the family band, but the other five would rise to prominence in the very beginnings of jazz in New Orleans.
They quickly found employment in the emerging New Orleans music scene. The father would have them wear celery on the lapels of their little coats to entice the listeners to tip the boys.
He took all of the Brunies boys under his wing as if they were his own kids. He took a close liking to Henry, George, Merritt and Abbie and in fact he loved them dearly. In66 years old, he had an interview with a New Orleans newspaper . Laine recounted how he started playing drums in at the age of twelve. Ten years later he had, what he called, a little string band, consisting of violin, guitar, bass, clarinet, trombone, saxophone and drums.
Out of this grew several bands which he managed. Once that band got started, Richie would get another kids band started. Merritt and Abbie played cornet, Henry played baritone horn and trombone and young George played alto horn. One day in a park in Biloxi, Mississippi, the kids band competed with a Marine band.
They really went to town. Christian and Henry Brunies were close childhood friends too. At one time they recorded two songs together on a cylinder. No one to this day knows where those two cylinders are. They would be worth a fortune today. These bands would be six or seven pieces. Perkins was one of few who could read music. By Laine had had offers from Chicago and New York, but he could not go on account of local engagements which tied him down.
They were playing soft and easy until their father went to the backroom to get himself a drink, which would help him to play the violin better. Keith recalls the way his grandmother told it: While their father was gone, the boys, Merritt, Abbie, George and Henry kicked it up a few notches. When they grew older the boys became aware that New Orleans was making music outside their own district.
The French Quarter and the area just north of it, called Storyville, got their attention.
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Storyville jobs were mainly for black musicians but white musicians came to listen and watch. Other young white musicians who hung around there were cornetists Johnny Bayersdorffer and John DeDroittrombonists Tom BrownEllis Stratakos and clarinet player Nunzio Scaglione c.
An article on his older brothers Henry and Merritt will be used as liner notes for a forthcoming Jazz Oracle cd. All of this, plus some short notes on Richie, the eldest, and George, the youngest of the brothers is published in Dutch in Doctor Jazz Magazine.
Abbie Brunies Abbie was nine years younger than Henry and five years younger than Merritt, but he had gained experience playing with his brothers. When they got jobs around New Orleans Abbie also found work there. He even had an opportunity to go north. He already had a trombone player and a clarinet player from New Orleans  and tried to complete his front line by hiring 20 year old Abbie Brunies. There was enough work at the lakefront, and so he worked in the Bucktown Tavern in Bucktown, in West End and probably also at Milneberg.
Abbie capitalized on the name when Merritt and Henry left New Orleans. Abbie would stay for many years at the Halfway House and the combination was to become famous among collectors of early jazz. It opened around and was run by the brothers Chris, Gus and Oscar Rabinsteiner. When Chris and Oscar would have an argument and Oscar would lose, the latter would throw whatever he had at hand into the New Basin Canal and quit.
There was hardly a dull moment at the Halfway House and sometimes the band members even had to double as bouncers. Sunday always was a busy day at Halfway House. By the end of the afternoon, on their return from the resorts at Lake Pontchartrain, like Bucktown, West End and Milneberg the young people would drop in to have a drink or have a dance because the Halfway House always featured good hot dance music. With the Depression, business at the club decreased and it closed as a dance hall around But it remained a popular spot as an ice cream parlour.
The property where Halfway House was built was owned at the time by the Archdiocesan Cemeteries. Maybe this institution also owned the large cemetery across the street where Leon Roppolo is buried. Halfway House can be seen from his grave, a strange coincidence. For a long period, from tillit was used by the Orkin Exterminating Company, who specialise in anti-pest and anti-termite treatments. In they abandoned the building after it was damaged by fire.
Since then it has not been in use. It is badly in need of repair but, despite the ravages of time and fire, the Halfway House still stands.
Its official address is City Park Avenue. New Orleans has only a few places left of the historic sites that made jazz history. It is pure luck that the Halfway House is one of these, and it is my honest opinion that it should be made into a historic landmark and be restored to its original function.
Here is some good news at last. Keith Brunies has recently heard that some New Orleans citizens and jazz lovers have decided to keep the Halfway House and to bring it back to its original state. It would make a great tourist attraction. The earliest is an advertisement dated September 9, and it suggests earlier appearances. O Boy — what a joy. Long would be associated with Abbie for several years. The next year, in January OKeh came back and again recorded a mix of black and white artists.
Among the white groups was the Halfway House Orchestra. It features Leon Roppolo in a fine solo on alto saxophone. You can get both of them on one Okeh record right now. The combination number is A s review of this record says: The personnel of these recordings is shown in two photographs that were made at this time. Two months later, the Victor company was in town. Like OKeh it recorded both black and white bands as well singers. Their trip produced the historic first recordings by the Boswell Sisters their next would be five years laterand the final sides by Armand Piron and the NORK.
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Its recording director Frank Walker described how he discovered the band: I dropped in for a cold drink or something to eat. Well, I sat there and listened and listened and listened. They knew that one all right. They knew it just well enough to tear it apart. This was the band that became the nucleus of the New Orleans Rhythm Kings. In fact the session with the New Orleans Owls ended in technical problems which had been solved by the time when Abbie Brunies and his men showed up the next day, on Friday September 25, Let Me Call You Sweetheart had been a waltz hit in and made a comeback some ten years later, again as a waltz.
The band clearly preferred a hot version. New Orleans is famous for its hot, snappy dance music, and this orchestra shows how it is done with two old time numbers that have everything that modern dancers demand. On Saturday afternoon 21 November between 1 and 3 p.
This was followed by a performance between 3 and 4 p. Collins sold not only pianos but records too and Dwyer probably did the same. Their second Columbia was issued several months later on Columbia D. Other engagements — The New Silver Slipper The band did not only play at Halfway House although it probably returned there year after year. The home of Charleston dancing in New Orleans, where special music is provided for those who enjoy it. A romantically lovely spot for the after-theater party.
Music by Albert Brunies and orchestra. The first and last titles came out first, on Columbia D.