We have collected the best Kansas City Quotes by famous authors including Tom Watson, John Dorsey, Patrick Mahomes, Jay McShann, Tony Gonzalez and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
I have a special feeling for Blue Hills CC, where I won perhaps the most important tournament of my life when I was 14 – the Kansas City Match Play Championship. It gave me a dream of becoming a professional golfer.
Jamaal Charles is one of the finest running backs that’s ever put on a Kansas City Chiefs uniform.
You want to be drafted high, but to be drafted high into an organization like the Kansas City Chiefs, it’s like a dream to me.
It was my first time in Kansas City. In about two or three days I had a gig at a place called The Monroe Inn.
I grew up in Kansas City. I got here when I just turned 21.
I feel so fortunate to have grown up in a town like Kansas City that has such a vibrant theater community.
One of my daughters was born in Kansas City. I spent almost 10 years there.
I have a long history with Kansas City.
I guess it kind of stemmed from my father. He was a union guy working for the meat plant down in Kansas City. He was a union guy, and I guess it was just in my blood.
There’s a family tradition of fighting in the Kansas City Golden Gloves. My older brother, Tim, did, and so did my father’s two youngest brothers, Trent and Troy. They all won the Golden Gloves. So when my mother asked me to keep the tradition going, I did.
With the Chiefs, you can’t live in Kansas City and not like the Chiefs. To go catch a game at Arrowhead is a pretty great experience. I haven’t had the chance to go to games anywhere else, but, from what I’m told, I don’t really need to.
Where else but in America could a schoolteacher from Kansas City end up the governor of her adopted state?
Jane D. Hull
At Kansas City, Kansas, before the saloons were closed, they were getting ready to build an addition to the jail. Now the doors swing idly on the hinges and there is nobody to lock in the jails.
One time, when I was in my teens, jamming in a Kansas City club, I was doing all right until I tried doing double tempo on ‘Body and Soul.’ Everybody fell out laughing. I went home and cried and didn’t want to play again for three months.
I developed an interest in the history of the Negro leagues to the point where I visited the museum in Kansas City, Mo., twice and made the museum an integral part of my unheralded 2005 coming-of-age baseball novel, ‘Scooter.’
I was very proud of my time in Kansas City. I thought we acquired a heck of a roster.
I’m a Kansas City citizen; I’m around all the time.
The Kansas City VA is an essential resource for thousands of veterans across Kansas and Missouri, and it should be a place where they can receive medical care and services without fear of discrimination.
When I was in Kansas City and having a tough time in my career, I decided to go to seminary to continue my spiritual growth.
Well, I got pretty good and went on the road with a group. We starved. At that time I didn’t realize that you’d work one gig in Kansas City, the next in Florida and the next gig will be in Louisville. You know, a thousand miles a night. That was really rough, man.
Honestly, I have no ill will toward Kansas City or anything that happened here.
Helping out Kansas City is just fun, you know?
Like every other place, I guess, Kansas City was quite a different city when I was a youngster there. They had quite a few clubs, and we had what we used to call jam sessions every night.
When you play the Oakland Raiders when you’re the Kansas City Chiefs, you know they’re going to come out with that mentality that they’re going to win. They’re going to come out fighting. It’s a rivalry game.
I like cars and houses. I have three houses – in Atlanta, in Kansas City and Houston.
I lived in New York for 10 years; I followed the Rangers. Now I live in L.A. I want to adopt a team. I’m always going to be a Kansas City Chiefs and Royals fan. I want to adopt a team in a new town, so I’ve adopted the Kings.
I have more of an identity with Cowher than I do Tomlin. I knew Cowher when he came over from Kansas City as a defensive coordinator, and his teams were tough. Tomlin came in from Minnesota, and I didn’t know anything about him. So maybe it’s unfair for me to make the comparison.
Although I grew up in London, I spent summers in Missouri, where my dad lived. It’s quite a liberal town, Kansas City. You’d be surprised.
I have a very small sample size: 2-0 to start my NFL career. Talking a lot of smack. And then I walk into Kansas City and put up the worst football game of my existence. And I’ve always been this brash, arrogant kind of guy.
Growing up in Kansas City, I was always neat, the teacher’s pet, know-it-all type.
I went to Paris to learn and absorb some of the amazing ambience I was enamored with growing up in Kansas City. I didn’t go there to start my own collection. But I never could get an internship, so finally, I was left with just doing my own show.
The third game of my career, we played Kansas City and I played as poorly as I’ve ever played in my life. I completed one of 15 passes and had two interceptions.
Kansas City is dear to me and I am honored to be inducted into their Hall of Fame.
The Kansas City metro doesn’t get recognized often enough for the innovative and often model-building work that’s going on here.
I started out splitting my time between the Kansas City and St. Louis comedy scenes, which both had bluer sensibilities than other cities that I’ve worked.
Kansas City is just a great place. I love the fans.
Kansas City, I would say, did more for jazz music, black music, than any other influence at all. Almost all their joints that they had there, they used black bands. Most musicians who amounted to anything, they would flock to Kansas City because that’s the place where jobs were plentiful.
I tried to do a comic strip. I came close, and I met with Universal Press Syndicate in Kansas City, but ultimately, they did not go with my strip.
There are a lot of folks out there that love the convenience of the Kansas City airport. That’s one of the biggest things it’s got going for it.
I love everything about Kansas City.
When I was a prosecutor in Kansas City, my job was to fight for justice and safety for all citizens in my community. Equal access to justice under the law is an American value embedded in the fabric of our legal and political system – the idea that anybody, powerful or not, can have their day in court.
Playing for the Kansas City Monarchs was like my school, my learning, my world. It was my whole life.
In February of 1972, a snowstorm blew into Kansas City, and I decided to hitchhike to California. The roads were icy, snowflakes howling, and nobody would drive me to the highway, so I humped through the snow and ice and caught a ride with a concerned cop to the Kansas Turnpike.
With a lot of help from my high school teachers, I went to college and became a medical tech at a clinic outside Kansas City.
I have been robbed of three million dollars all told. Everyone today is playing my stuff and I don’t even get credit. Kansas City style, Chicago style, New Orleans style hell, they’re all Jelly Roll style.
Jelly Roll Morton
If you’re playing for the Kansas City Royals about all you can do is beat your head against the wall.
I’m not a huge fan of North Carolina barbecue. I like Memphis style barbecue and Kansas City.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
I was just a young kid out of Mexico, Missouri, and then Kansas City, having an opportunity to play at the University of Nebraska, where I grew as a man.
The Dead’s best venues were the outdoor concerts. I’ve been to a few, including one outside of Kansas City on the Fourth of July, but my fave was Shoreline Amphitheatre – a beautiful outdoor arena built on a landfill.
‘Hound Dog’ took like twelve minutes. That’s not a complicated piece of work. But the rhyme scheme was difficult. Also the metric structure of the music was not easy. ‘Kansas City’ was maybe eight minutes, if that. Writing the early blues was spontaneous. You can hear the energy in the work.
Any time I see Kansas City on the schedule, especially when it’s an away game, you start to think about the experience of playing in Arrowhead and how difficult it is to come in and play with the noise and how great those fans are.
Kansas City might be the loudest stadium that I’ve played in.
I like being… in Kansas City. People are extremely nice, extremely passionate about the Chiefs.
I was always included – I mean, I loved being downtown at Max’s Kansas City and CBGB’s and all that, but you could also always take me uptown.
It’s pretty cool just to see the support we have. It’s unmatched, Kansas City and the Chiefs Kingdom, the support they have for us. For me to just kind of be in the community and see those people is always a good thing.