Have You Ever Thought About Being A Pervert - Billy Connolly - Classic Connolly In Words And Music

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Connolly's first trade, in the early s, was as a welder specifically a boilermaker in the Glasgow shipyards, but he gave it up towards the end of the decade to pursue a career as a folk singer.

He first sang in the folk rock band The Humblebums alongside friends Gerry Rafferty and Tam Harvey, with whom he stayed untilbefore beginning singing as a solo artist. In the early s, Connolly made the transition from folk singer with a comedic persona to fully fledged comedian, for which he is now best known.

Inhe made his theatrical debut, at the Cottage Theatre in Cumbernauldwith a revue called I Own You - H.G.

Wells - Before The Abyss, This Glasgow Flourish. InConnolly's first solo album was produced, Billy Connolly Live! These were later turned into part of Glasgow's official mural trail.

In October the same year, he was knighted in Buckingham Palace by Prince William for services to entertainment and charity. Known for his idiosyncratic and often off-the-cuff observational comedywhich frequently includes the use of profanity, inConnolly was voted the greatest stand-up comic on Channel 4 's Greatest Stand-Ups[3] and again in the updated poll. Inhe stated "art is my life now" as he unveiled the third release of his Born on a Rainy Day series in Glasgow. Connolly was born at 69 Dover Street, [6] "on the linoleum, three floors up" [7] "at six o'clock in the evening", [6] in AnderstonGlasgow.

This section of Dover Street, between Breadalbane and Claremont streets, was demolished in the s. The family bathed in the kitchen sink, and there was no hot water.

Both his parents were of part Irish descent. My father was in Burma, fighting a bloody war. The Germans were dropping all kinds of crap on the town. We lived at the docks, so that's where all the bombs were happening. She was a teenager with two kids in a slum. A guy comes along and says, 'I love you.

Come with me. It looks as though it might all end next Wednesday, from where you're standing. I Have You Ever Thought About Being A Pervert - Billy Connolly - Classic Connolly In Words And Music have an ounce of feelings that she abandoned me.

She tried No More Troubles - Bob Marley - Soul Rebel - 20 Reggae Hits survive.

Connolly and his older sister, Florence named after their maternal grandmother, and eighteen months his senior[8] [11] were cared for by two aunts, Margaret and Mona Connolly, his father's sisters, in their cramped tenement in Stewartville Street, Partick.

It's just a belief that I'm not quite as good as anyone else. It gets worse as you get older. I'm a happy man now but I still have the scars of that. We didn't dare beat you up — your sister was a nightmare'. She used to get after them. In the mids, Flo was on holiday in Dunoon with her husband and two children. I thought, 'Oh, my god. It's like being a ghost while you're still alive. Having a look. The Two - Time Is On Your Side couldn't bear that.

The aunts resented the children for the fact that Have You Ever Thought About Being A Pervert - Billy Connolly - Classic Connolly In Words And Music had to sacrifice their young lives to look after them.

It was Mona who was troubled the most by having to care for her niece and nephew. I wish people wouldn't be very big for five minutes and rotten for twenty years. Just keep your 'big' and keep your 'rotten' and get out of my life, because, quite frankly, I would rather have gone to a children's home and be with a lot of other kids being Bonjour Lamour - Andy Borg - Adios Amor the same.

To this day, I'm still working on the things she did to me. Connolly credits one of John Bradshaw 's publications with helping him deal with his past demons. And what you have to do is carry that five- or six-year-old around with you and try and emotionally help that other part of you. It sounds a bit airy-fairy, but I think he's something of a genius, Mr.

Connolly, Sr. He never spoke to them about their mother's departure. It was fabulous. Just like real flying, except you didn't get a cup of tea or a safety belt or anything. He was presented as a brother to Billy and Flo, and nobody questioned it.

Connolly's bedroom had double windows, which directly faced St Peter's Primary School across the street. At first, in the infant school, the nuns were very violent.

And then over here at St Peter's, they were just strapping you all the time. There was a guy with glasses in my class and she called him "four eyes", and she was a teacher! At St Peter's, Connolly decided he wanted to make people laugh. I would have been 7 or 8. And I was sitting in a puddle and people were laughing. I had fallen in it and people found it funny.

And it wasn't all that uncomfortable, so I stayed in it longer than I normally would because I really enjoyed the laughing. My life was very unhappy at the time, and laughter wasn't something I heard all the time, so it was a joy.

And I realised quickly that if you can have an audience this way, life was rather pleasant. His arch-enemy was Geordie Sinclair, who lived around the corner. He revisits the site of one field trip, Auchengillan scout camp, during his World Tour of Scotland. Also at that age, he joined an organisation called The Children of Mary. The group would visit people and say the Rosarywith a statue of the Lady of Lourdes in a shoebox. In the s, Glasgow's sandstone tenements fell out of favour with the plannerswhich resulted in new houses being built on the fields and farmlands in the outskirts of the city.

Between the ages of fourteen and twenty, Connolly was brought up on a now-demolished council estate on Kinfauns Drive in the Drumchapel district of Glasgow, and would make the daily journey to St. He rode the bus to Partick, crossed the water by ferry and walked to 80 Vicarfield Street. Well, it's in Glasgow, but just outside civilisation," he has joked. We had rabbits and pheasants, and I really quite liked it.

I just started to dislike it when I Have You Ever Thought About Being A Pervert - Billy Connolly - Classic Connolly In Words And Music older, into my teens and things. In my late teens, when I was stuck out there, it cost me a lot of money to go anyplace. It was a kind of cowboy town, but I liked that aspect of it, buying stuff out of vans, a ragman coming in a wee green van. This dreadful atmosphere came about the place. It's like Siberia. And once you're out here, there's no getting out Fighting Talk - The Speed Freak - The Cycore-Megamix Chapter II it.

You have to buy your way out, or some kind of talent has to take you out, or you have to be very bright and move away to university. At fifteen, he left school with two engineering qualifications, one collected by mistake which belonged to a boy named Connell. Connolly was a year too young to work in the shipyards. He became a delivery-van driver with Bilslands' Bakery until he was sixteen when he was deemed overqualified due to his J1 and J2 certificates to become an engineer.

From age 16 to I started my apprenticeship at 16 and finished when I was Stayed till I was 22, and moved along. I finished welding when I was When I came here, as an apprentice, there was six ships being built, right where I'm standing.

It was an extraordinary place. A hive of activity. Welders, caulkers, platers, burners, joiners, engineers, electricians. I learned how men talked to one another, and how merciless Glasgow humour can be. It has made an indelible mark on me. Jimmy was Angel Delight - Fairport Convention - The History Of of Billy's trainers in the yard who helped him to hone his skills as a welder and a comedian.

He later commemorated his experiences in the song "Weekend Soldier. Connolly's nickname The Big Yin was first used during his adolescent years to differentiate between himself and his father. Broad and strong. Huge, like a bull. And then I got bigger than him, and the whole thing got out of control. So, we'd go into the pub and someone would say, 'Billy Connolly was in. Big Billy or Wee Billy? In the early s, Connolly attended the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the first time.

After spending time on the city's Rose Street, patronising the various drinking establishments, he became enamoured by some long-haired musicians and decided to model himself on them. Inafter he had completed a five-year apprenticeship as a boilermaker, Connolly accepted a ten-week job building an oil platform in BiafraNigeria. After watching The Beverly Hillbillieshe bought his first banjo at the Barrowland market. Connolly formed a folk-pop duo called the Humblebums with Tam Harvey.


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  2. Sir William Connolly, CBE (born 24 November ) is a Scottish stand-up comedian, musician, presenter, actor and artist. He is sometimes known, especially in his homeland, by the Scots nickname "The Big Yin" ("The Big One").. Connolly's first trade, in the early s, was as a welder (specifically a boilermaker) in the Glasgow shipyards, but he gave it up towards the end of the decade to Born: 24 November (age 76), Anderston, .
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  4. Mar 02,  · William "Billy" Connolly; better known as Billy Connolly, is a scottish welder. He mentioned that, on stage once, he simply joined the wrong queue at the works and eventuated as a welder.
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