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January 29, 2011  

ATM machines out of order, crocodiles eating cell phones, cross dressing day is cancelled, and January 29th throughout history.  Three great stories from today and the events of old plus a gig next Friday (2/5/11) at Borders Bookstore in Tustin, California 7:00 PM.

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Next Live Gig: Friday February 4th, 2011 at Borders in Tustin, CA at the District (6-8 PM)

Enjoy this "Losing Sleep" Demo Featuring David Bingley on Melodica, another free download from Danny Hauger music and www.dannyhauger.com . Its still a little rough around the edges, but sharing demos is something I can't avoid sometimes. I'm grateful for Melodica player David Bingley for contributing his work to this demo. A great reflective tune. Enjoy!

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Ileen Zovluck left a comment on my Factoid: A Biography of Television Icon Caroll O' Connor

Good job. Personally, I found your article a little tough to read without feeling affected through it. I grew up in the era of this show, and look back at it very differently at my current age. 40 years ago, this "style" of racism/bigotry/hatred in middle America was, of course real; but reality, like the show, kept most bigots happily locked away in their own living rooms, screaming at their families and neighbors, and living otherwise quiet, ordinary lives in the social fabric of America. Since the end of the show, the expression of hatred has completely changed. Rather than the confinement of the thousands of Americans O'Connor typified, an awfully high percentage of the American public began to spread the social expression of hatred and put a smiley face on it. Technology improved the structure of communications, freedom of speech wasn't something to ralleye for any longer, and a million Archie Bunkers slowly but surely went "public." The internet made it roll even faster. But those of us over 40 look at this as an embarrassment today, wondering why individual bigots right through organized hate clubs can't keep it in their own living rooms like the "good old days." Voted and appreciated.

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January 29, 2011  

Former Marine and Police Officer of Southern California for more than two decades stops by for a radio interview to answer your questions.

Have a question for a police officer? A 28 year veteran to the Orange County area as a police officer, and six year marine from age 17 in the Bronx, New York, takes time to talk to Danny live on Titan Radio. He answers questions and relays advice and insight on:

-Johnny Law's new Sunday night radio show at 7 PM on AM 830

What is the most pressing legal issue that college students should be aware of? Thoughts about the recent Lakers victory, and the incidents of crowds and shenanigans following the final championship victory. Protocol for communicating with an officer

Johnny's time in the Marine Corp Worldview

What, if any, misunderstandings about police officer’s do you think there are from the general public? What’s the most rewarding of your job? What’s the most challenging part of your work? Is there a compelling human interest story you can share with us? Taking the good and the bad, what’s your opinion on humanity and human nature as a whole? Thoughts on the state of the nation What would you tell yourself at age 21?

Thank you Johnny for joining me for the conversation, of which brought great insight into the life of a police officer, and the importance of all of our civil servants and community partners.

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January 22, 2011  

Radio day January 22nd, 2011 with Rod Carew, an Anaheim Ducks shootout win over Montreal, and the bell sound effect need to be shared.  Great live and local radio from AM 830 KLAA.  Listen close for the calling card bell sound effect in each program.

Rex Hudler had a great interview with hall of famer and hitting coach Rod Carew today.  Rod says he still takes 175 to 200 baseballs in the batting cages per day to get ready for spring training.

Following Rex was a great Anaheim Ducks shootout win with a Bobby Ryan goal and three straight Jonas Hiller saves.

Rod shares one of the best radio sports stories I've ever heard, calling out the pitches that Catfish hunter would throw to the catcher behind the plate and smacking a double to left.  Baseball history.

Finishing with a Pro Bull Rider and a little bit about the usefulness of chaps.

Enjoy this clip show produced by Danny Hauger.

Great. We’ll save that one for the archives.

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January 21, 2011  

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Next Live Gig: Friday February 4th, 2011 at Borders in Tustin, CA at the District (6-8 PM)

Enjoy this "Losing Sleep" Demo Featuring David Bingley on Melodica, another free download from Danny Hauger music and www.dannyhauger.com . Its still a little rough around the edges, but sharing demos is something I can't avoid sometimes. I'm grateful for Melodica player David Bingley for contributing his work to this demo. A great reflective tune. Enjoy!

lease share this page with anyone you know who might like it, Thanks!

Ileen Zovluck left a comment on my Factoid: A Biography of Television Icon Caroll O' Connor

Good job. Personally, I found your article a little tough to read without feeling affected through it. I grew up in the era of this show, and look back at it very differently at my current age. 40 years ago, this "style" of racism/bigotry/hatred in middle America was, of course real; but reality, like the show, kept most bigots happily locked away in their own living rooms, screaming at their families and neighbors, and living otherwise quiet, ordinary lives in the social fabric of America. Since the end of the show, the expression of hatred has completely changed. Rather than the confinement of the thousands of Americans O'Connor typified, an awfully high percentage of the American public began to spread the social expression of hatred and put a smiley face on it. Technology improved the structure of communications, freedom of speech wasn't something to ralleye for any longer, and a million Archie Bunkers slowly but surely went "public." The internet made it roll even faster. But those of us over 40 look at this as an embarrassment today, wondering why individual bigots right through organized hate clubs can't keep it in their own living rooms like the "good old days." Voted and appreciated.

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January 19, 2011  

Ever seem like Paramore's song "The Only Exception" was a little simple?  Like it was missing phrases?  Here them now:Paramore the Only Exception Lost Verses and Lyrics.  Recovered by Danny Hauger Podcasts.  These are the long lost hidden verses and lyrics from "The Only Exception ".

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January 16, 2011  

On this day, January 16th, in history:

A biography of Taco Bell founder Glen Bell who passed away on January 16th of 2010, and these historic dates:

  • 1786 – The Commonwealth of Virginia enacted the Statute for Religious Freedom authored by Thomas Jefferson.
  • 1809Peninsular War: The British defeat the French at the Battle of La Coruña.
  • 1847John C. Fremont is appointed Governor of the new California Territory.
  • 1909Ernest Shackleton's expedition finds the magnetic South Pole.
  • 1919Temperance movement: The United States ratifies the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, authorizing Prohibition in the United States one year after ratification.
  • 1939 – The Irish Republican Army (IRA) begins a bombing and sabotage campaign in England.
  • 1942 – Crash of TWA Flight 3, killing all 22 aboard, including film star Carole Lombard.
  • 1991 – The United States goes to war with Iraq, beginning the Gulf War (U.S. Time).
  • 2002 – The UN Security Council unanimously establishes an arms embargo and the freezing of assets of Osama bin Laden, Al-Qaida, and the remaining members of the Taliban.
  • 2003 – The Space Shuttle Columbia takes off for mission STS-107 which would be its final one. Columbia disintegrated 16 days later on re-entry.
  • Which brings this message: be resolute in what you start on this day, January 16th, many of the above did not follow through or solve the problems they were designed to meet.

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    January 14, 2011  

    Gary Young Concert 1/13/11 Live @ McClain's in Fullerton featuring Danny Hauger

    Songs to Wake up To by Danny Hauger

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    About The Album "Songs (To Wake Up To) started out with a track "Jackson Valley", which was my first drop-G tune scheme that worked out to something more complicated than anything else I had written at the time.  For me it carried an ambiance and character that I hadn't been able to capture before and it sparked the concepts for the rest of the album.  To me, this album is a collection of feelings and relaxation that I really enjoy sharing.  Completely instrumental,

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    January 9, 2011  

    Enjoy this podcast with Brett Parmenter and Danny Hauger about the difficulties of finding work after college.  This broadcast is a summary of attempts to work and find stable income 12 months after college graduation from Cal State Fullerton.  Enjoy!

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    January 1, 2011  

    Songs to Wake up To by Danny HaugerI sat down with WS Magazine recently to talk about the new album, Songs to Wake Up To

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    Tell us about where you are from and how you got to this position today.

    I was born and raised in Stockton, California and currently reside in Placentia of the same state, and yes that is the booming metropolis of Stockton. I started playing in my mid teens about the time bands were forming in high school that wouldn’t have me so I naturally ended up sitting and writing a lot of solo songs which developed to where they are, and I guess where I am, now. About 45 songs later, having played a couple dozen or so gigs across California.

    Danny, the new album, tell us where Songs to Wake Up To came from.

    The first half is a collection of background ambient tracks that I thought fit well for the name of the album.  Its a relaxing bit and a collection I like putting on around the house.  The second half... backlog mostly. I needed to get these songs out there.  So it began with a set of ten songs recorded all in 2009 and those became the first ten.  On low string budgets I decided to release this double length album which transfers at track 11 into some of my favorite tracks thus far, if not the favorite recordings, to become a "this is what I've got right now" collection that I am happy enough to put on iTunes and Amazon as a clearing out to begin furthering new songs.

    What are you currently working on and what can we expect to see? I’m currently working on my 2nd “official” release which is an alternative and modern rock blend. I wanted to get the instrumentals off my shoulders with Songs to Wake Up To and bide time and production interest to forge the quality I think the songs require to get right. Bias aside, if possible, I think I’m writing songs that are catchy and meaningful enough to share and be proud of.

    Is that important to you? That sense of pride?

    Absolutely, (laughs) Making excuses for your songs constantly is the best way to turn other people and yourself away from what you’re doing. Whatever it is, you have to be the first person to back it as the writer, and I’m feeling really good about the new material.

    What is one of the most drastic changes you’ve made about yourself in the last year? I think the transition from college to whatever is supposed to follow has been a change. I’m young but supposed to know better? Is that what happens? I’m supposedly changed since the school printed a piece of paper… anyways, I’ve been working to keep busy but produce more quality as opposed to quantity of forgotten material.

    Tell us about one of the hardest challenges you had to face in the industry? Distribution in a sea of overpopulation. Any can and does make music now. Labels are specializing and sub-genre creating, and getting attention has been easier as a writer surprisingly. I wouldn’t even say I have been introduced to the industry, or if anyone really is anymore.

    Two Leaves and a Star, what is that song about?

    I’ll leave that one to you, it is best to leave perception to the listener because a song can take on further meaning than the writer ever could intend or explain. I will say that a lot of my songs  have a simplicity that I appreciate more than other songs that I scrupulously placed specific words.

    Return, is that about any time in your life in particular? I think everyone has had a time they wish they could return to. A day when “nothing could stop you”, because “tomorrow will force a pause”.

    What was one of the biggest set backs in your career and how did you bounce back? Set backs? Maybe I should move forward a bit first. You know I’m 23 right? I don’t know, watching people come and go is tough when my songs want to be more stable and less questioning of why people go, example = Will You follow? The Question, lots of answers still to come I guess.

    What are some things artists need to be careful of? Avoiding distractions and influences. One thing I do have is complete control and creativity. Its fine for people not to like your music, you should change on your own schedule and understand that eventually you’ll find your place, and hopefully I am on my way now.

    What would you spend a million dollars on? Stocks, savings, and electronics. Plus some recording gear and hire the Gin Blossoms to play (at) my wedding.

    Are they one of your main influences? Without a doubt, along with Green Day, Oasis, Guster, and others, there is not doubt that the bands that you listen to determine in part your goals and memory’s reference points.

    What suggestions do you have for other artists like yourself? Play for yourself and play what you like, and be happy with that. I am content right now, no exposure, no money from it, but also am glad to be doing what I am doing for the select people who have given positive feedback and enjoy the sound.

    What is one of your favorite ways to promote yourself and your music? The podcast has been great and has outperformed my website. Pulling thousands of listeners worldwide each month, I’m excited to see where people are listening.

    Any last comments or statements? On the record and everything? I like cheeseburgers better than steak but I respect vegetarians.

    Great. We’ll save that one for the archives.

    It is important to be respectful of other views.

    Yes, Thanks Danny.

    Thank you.

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