Monday, December 30, 2013
He's been banned from comedy clubs for being to upfront and brash. He's been verbally attacked by audience members because he's brutally honest. Paul Hooper. A self proclaimed decedent of William Cooper who signed the Declaration of Independence. We are Unplugged and Totally Uncut with the kid that hit the comedy scene selling tickets at the front counter at Charlotte's Comedy Zone. http://www.paulhoopercomedy.com/ http://www.comedyzoneclt.com
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Friday, December 27, 2013
As we enter a new chapter in world history. Long gone and forgotten should never be the way of living. Still struck and bent at the knees is the country of Haiti. But because its not on the front pages of national newspapers and websites. Most average going people feel the earthquake is long gone and forgotten. I will never believe God gave me a place on I Heart Radio to talk with Rock stars and comedians. He said, "See that sliver of light between the darkest points of reality meeting fantasy. That's Bill Waterman. Take your 34 years of broadcasting and allow him to sip from the cup so that others can be fed." Find out how you can help Face Book Bill
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Warning. This starts off easy then goes totally adult. Warning! I love it when comedians step into the studio without having to put up a painted face. Once they discover we're on I Heart Radio. Busting a gut any way you can get it becomes a cross the line mind melting moment that will embarrass your mother for about ten minutes then she'll admit to laughing about it. We are Unplugged and Totally Uncut with Jessimae Peluso, Chris Distefano and Carly Aquilno from MTV's Girl Code. Get tickets to their Charlotte show at: www.cltcomedyzone.com
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Wednesday, December 18, 2013
How many years does it take to build a relationship with the doctor keeping your heart and lungs moving properly? If you're a guy that's 50 and over...when does it become comfortable to talk about prostate cancer to a doctor? Your car, truck or van is no different than the human body. When then are you ignoring the experts and putting its future in the hands of the cheapest mechanic you can find?
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Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Short stories wrapped up in a digital box sits closer to a fast paced reader than hoisting flags over a car dealership. Marketing is marketing. Without it? Silence is put to the test. What happens when a brilliantly gifted copywriter stays true to skills of catch and release? Isn't that what authors do? The words that fall off their fingers onto computer screens are flying fish correct? Author Jack Dillard is a Poet with a connection to turning word play into short stories. This being the 125th anniversary of Van Gogh's ear being ripped from the shreds of everyday then placed into history. Jack gets to digitally enhance your smartphone and Kindle with ample places to park your imagination. Get the book
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Monday, December 16, 2013
Normally I play by the modern Social Networking rules of keeping interviews locked in at eight to seventeen minutes. I not only broke the basic principals of keeping true to your busy life and style. But you're gonna have to put this show on hold a couple of times to endure the full landscape of who Constance Corcoran Wilson is as an author, teacher and true American Hero. Her seasons are of many. Through every change of color there's been challenge, victory and newer ways to write the multitudes of expression. The interview runs roughly 38 minutes. If you're a teacher grab paper and pen and take notes. If you're a writer then expect to learn new ways to bend sentences. If you're a reader and or student. Open your imagination and let tomorrow arrive in ways that will affect you beyond forever. Connie (aka, Constance) Corcoran Wilson CEO, Quad Cities' Learning, Inc. The book
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Friday, December 13, 2013
Behind those funny lines. Next to those watchful eyes. Nearest to the near to the ambitions of comedy insanity. There lives a real person. And that's the voice I love getting to know. Shaun's been on the comedy circuit for twenty years. He takes a sentence and gives it a reason to wrap around the block. He builds upon the foundation of life's everyday challenges and helps spin into play a worthy reason to keep being more real than real. Then you spend the next fifteen minutes laughing about it.
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Tuesday, December 10, 2013
There's an elegance that no other city but New York holds. An untimely dance. A cherished touch. That simple kiss that sends echoes beyond the limits of love. Actor Robert Davi doesn't just step up to the microphone and big band a moment. The passion of a true artist gives birth for newer shapes of forever togetherness take shape in she the one they call Big Apple. No matter where you live in 2013. Knowing New York is still alive is every reason to believe so too is Santa Claus.
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I fall deeper in love with being an author when the children holding to the writing instrument dress up in adult clothes and the rest of the creative world plays along. Sandra Boynton gets it. The importance of writing has the ability to reach beyond the pages or flat screen of a book. Her sixth flow of thought combines Country and Western performed not only by the edge of her skillful ability to connect readers to poetic expression. But the number of modern artists that participated makes me feel like I just interview Will Rogers. Find out more about Frog Trouble
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Monday, December 9, 2013
The best part about Christmas? Has always been neighborhood carolers! Why not challenge the Carolina's biggest showmanship act to step way out of their three ring circus and rip from the chords a holiday classic done Astrid Haven style? Plus they broke the news about a new concert January 11, 2014 at The Chop Shop in NODA.
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It's the end of the year and the mirror is telling you to lose weight! Get in shape! The television and radio have been overthrown by gyms screaming, "We can rebuild you!" But... the majority of your experiences have been negative more than positive. Max Hawthorne has left the big business of working out at the door and taken on the challenge of keeping your goals and pocket book in shape. Name of Book: Memoirs of a Gym Rat: Sex, Drugs and Barbell Curls Guest Website: Facebook:
Thursday, December 5, 2013
The single most important question I hold that demands an answer, "How far does an echo travel before it falls into silence?" For Journey's bass guitarist Ross Valory the original thump and thud of that California fed thunder has been shaking valleys and floors for five decades. The tour bus is about to leave town. Journey hits the road in 2014 with The Steve Miller Band and The Tower of Power. Journey Tour info Learn more about Ross Journey's Loyalty to the Philippines
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Wednesday, December 4, 2013
During my 34 years or Radio broadcast there's never been a season or holiday celebration that hasn't included the craftsmanship or artistry of Phil Spector. In recent years the industry of Radio transforms its journey forward toward wall to wall Christmas music. No year has passed that I don't laugh like Santa. Knowing how valuable Phil's wall of sound has been to the presentation of music and here comes Radio attempting to pull off what Mr. Spector has brilliant stamped into the the soul of history. It's the 50th anniversary of A Christmas Gift For You. I can't help but wonder who'll be the on air Radio talent that will get to share a great conversation with a member of the Spector family when a simple thought changed the way we celebrate the holidays turns 75 and 100.
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Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Blink 182's/Angels & Airwaves' Tom Delonge has released a new children's book The Lonely Astronaut On Christmas Eve. Angels And Airwaves San Diego’s Rady Children’s Hospital
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Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Boston's brand new CD is out. Life Love & Hope grips fans of the band by the rims of their wire framed reading glasses and ignites their feet to feeding the children of their children with the very sound that helped make Classic Rock more than music for old men. In an age of double click purchases on ITunes and Amazon.com Boston gives back to music by pouring emotion driven riffs, real organs and harmonies that seize control of your willingness to be silent. Within seconds you're back to what I call the Plastic Coated Bathroom Mirror Concert. Those moments when Boston puts you on your own stage and no matter whose listening around the world. You're blaring those vocals like a true Rock Star. The luckiest of them all. Is new guy Tommy DeCarlo. Passion, dedication and loyalty took him away from Home Depot and put him on stage with Tom Sholtz. Boston Webpage Tommy's Face Book
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Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio I laugh a child's giggle when set free on the back roads of Carolina. The essence of romance attached to a vibrant roller coaster experience while being shot into and between and old south meeting the present. There are no roads like an old Carolina highway. Hugging the twisty curvy rolling hills of a layer of land that drew from other parts of the world. The ancestors knew they were home when they were approached by the shores of Carolina. Far from being a well kept secret. For it has been poured into the veins of this writing machine called Matrimony. Those who know our highways will agree the purity of innocence still remains. While the music of Matrimony will influence the waves to bring travelers from afar to this place. Just to experience what they did while writing Southern Skies.
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Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Thanksgiving doesn't have to a turkey celebration. Chef Rocco from US Foods Chef Store checks in with some incredible surprises that will make this weekend and the holiday's a flavor filled treat to call a new tradition.
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Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Most people dream of one day meeting a Rock or Country star. They're inspired and or influenced by their passions in the performance. I love our Charlotte Symphony! The vibration of sight and sound could and wouldn't be as motivational if it wasn't for Conductor Albert George Schram. He's animated. His desires are to bring out a performance and let it touch not only the front row but the very tippy tip top of the Blumanthal Performing Arts Center. I'd love to the see the numbers on the amount of non-symphony visitors that instantly became fans of not only the multitudes of talent sharing their gifts. But he who is Conductor Albert George Schram. The Magic Of Christmas December 5-8th Get tickets Learn more about our Conductor
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Friday, November 22, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio INFO I'll never forget the first time I stepped into a Charles Fazzino show. The colors. Vibrantly breathtaking. The depth of each expression wasn't the thickness of acrylic dropped off by a passing paint brush. But a picture postcard. It's because of Charles that my latest book goes into graphic detail into how important a photograph can be. Pictures share stories. Therefore, like an album or favorite book. The phonographic photograph reaches into the soul of the passerby and whispers a warm invitation to let go of the moment and step within the presentation of lyrics only your heart could write while falling back in love. Biography and art See Charles art in person
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Thursday, November 21, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio INFO I've never been just a "Jock." Radio has always been my performance. Not a gig. Not a job. To reach listeners its been my 34 year goal to locate the keys that opens their imagination. That means a lot of research has gone into knowing the artists that make a listener move through life. I was on the air before the internet was born. That means I had to use books to make my connection. Tim English has a new title that also connects dot. The music of the 1960's and how the titles of four icons spoke out to them in ways history has never talked about. Until now... Website: Twitter: Facebook:
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Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio I've always believed the next great writer's holding classic American novels will be the voices hidden away in places of assumed safety. It takes guts to write. Passion to bring chapters together. Loyalty and determination to push your book toward an editor. And sheer insanity to make it available for the world to attach their Kindles to. Tammy Darnell paints more than just a picture of a real America, She's lived the life and wastes no time in sharing the funny tales of what its like to be a waitress. Laughter, Life Lessons and Logic from the Culinary Catwalk Diva Queen of the Waitress World: For anyone who eats or works in a restaurant, Tammy Darnell thinks that reading her Laughter, Life Lessons and Logic from the Culinary Catwalk Diva Queen of the Waitress World is a must! She also promises you, her trusted reader, that this is where the grease meets the grill. Tammy Darnell is a writer who was born and bred in the deep-fried South. In her first literary debut, she dishes on her life and times in the restaurant arena. Through rude customers and scalding hot plates, she somehow manages to keep her bearings (and her apron) intact. As a result of having led an embarrassing work life, she provides non-stop laughs from beginning to end. Get the book today
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Listen to the session Country Music has always delivered the most down to earth real people. The connection between song lyrics and fans is a valuable piece of the heritage that's been breathing life into the soil of America. Names like Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash all the way up to Alabama, Gretchen Wilson, Toby Keith, Eric Church to Lady Antebellum. Country Music truly supports the people that brought them to the dance. The fans.
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Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Showmanship has always been my addiction. Maintaining it is a method of art. It allows every twist and unexpected turn to become a reason why life is truly worth laughing about. Comedian /Actor Jim Breuer can't fall into the ranks of being grown up and playing the part of fatherhood. This is the kind of Dad you'd love to have. The one that looks around every corner and discovers newer reasons to appreciate indifference.
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Monday, November 18, 2013
Listen to the music and interview on I Heart Radio The more I dig into the soul of modern music. The more I realize the evolution of a revolution is set to rise from the darkness of the underground. Showmanship has always been my favorite ride. Getting into the minds of a creative eye proves to be the best high on earth. Astrid Haven returns. On stage they're loud. They don't blend in yet their following continues to give them permission to keep growing out and extremely wide. Then I totally mess things up by asking them to re-grip the strings and give me something acoustic. I wish the world could have seen their eyes when for the first time...they bent the ropes of what they expected and totally came out on top. Just as I expected. Music videos Music videos
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Friday, November 15, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Less than a month ago Walt Parazaider of Chicago and I were discussing what it takes to mold a modern day singer songwriter into becoming a long lasting lyric in the hearts of an always on the move listener. There had to be something more dynamic to American Culture than making weekly appearances on American Idol and The Voice. It became my quest to take my thirty four years in Radio and hit the back roads of performance. Sam Ashe and The Guitar Center are selling instruments to someone. Who are they and where are they? Lets check in with the man opening for the group Chicago. Tim Stop http://timstop.com/
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Thursday, November 14, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Texas is funny shaped. So we went searching for a funny man from a funny shaped state. And the state of mind we mined from the soils of southern at its lowest point. The brilliantly aware and extremely funny Sean Kent
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Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio No story can be written unless there's a beginning. Barely a writer knows of the method of delivery. Just that there will be a middle and one day an ending. Being isn't the act of being. Being is the physical presence of living. In this age of big talk and Face Book to back you up. There still stands the loan sword capable of cutting the cold from the wind while warming the soul of the lost mind and body. It's not every day that God introduces you to a hero. But when you do meet. The handshake becomes a forever imprint on the very path that Jesus carries us across. Hope. Faith. Love. Understanding. If you think you've got it down like a pro football player understanding their play book. What if the next move included a decision? To give the ball to the other side. No questions asked.
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Listen to the interview wo decades ago they called them "Super Bands." Today the industry of fans and critics have slimmed the term down to "Collaborations." ManRaze ignites a set of ear buds with an electronic fire that can't be tamed. The only way to put it out is to whip out your Beats wireless speaker and Bluetooth the next step of metal meeting punk with a mind blowing modern unplugged Sam Cook rhythm that honestly could make this band a statement called: Forever Hear the songs
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Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio On August 3, 2012 Bob Weir of Grateful Dead invited some friends over to the studio. That moment in music history has evolved into a celebration of love, sound and inescapable inner peace. In honor of Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday Justin Kreutzmann directed the film Move Me Brightly. Bill's son and Jerry Garcia's daughter Trixie invite us backstage and into the everyday chapters of not yet pasted to the wave of pages that will forever be Grateful Dead.
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Friday, November 8, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio I've studied religion and spirituality my entire life. Native American to Buddhism. Christianity to Hinduism. Americanism to Corporate Success-ism. Being a second degree black belt in martial arts is often confused with breaking bricks and landing solid kicks. But to live the path means communication. With a self that most in this nation continue to run from. Erik Storlie's book Just Go Deep And Take Plenty Of Root serves an open door to explore. http://www.amazon.com/Deep-Take-Plenty-Root-Prairie-Norwegian/dp/1482695987/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1383936011&sr=8-1&keywords=erik+storlie
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listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Back from an unforgettable show in Romania. Tanay continues to open the door of success by bridging a gap put into play by her Uncle Michael. Building relationships with people. Staying true to her love of music. Not settling or selling out and knowing how to see it before it happens. https://www.facebook.com/tanay.jackson.1 https://twitter.com/TanayJackson http://instagram.com/tanayjackson
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Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Comedy isn't a magic trick. Comedy isn't a Christmas gift. Comedy is a muscle that needs to be exercised every day. The gyms may change. But not the physical act of delivering lines that deliver listeners to a much happier place.
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Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Beyond mystery there sits a planet spinning outside a universe completely disconnected from normal reality. But on this planet there lives a group of men and women whose mission is commissioned by a soul driven need to influence and or inspired the human imagination to reach out from darkness and pull toward them a willing way. A belief in a system that might otherwise be silent. Professional Wrestler's aren't comic book heroes. Not far off the curve in the path is the heart big enough to look at the hidden and say, "Grab my hand. We're going to push your dreams through this wall." Mick is at the Comedy Zone Charlotte tonight 11/6/13
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Monday, November 4, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio I honestly didn't know who the Beatles were. Not until I discovered the 45's and albums connected to the guy singing Band on the Run. There were rumors! To which I ignored until Silly Love Songs and Let em in were released. Then I went searching for Paul McCartney's roots and found Maybe I'm Amazed and Uncle Albert and Admiral Halsey. I can still feel the pressure of an upset radio station program director when I decided to spin Helen Wheels. That's kind of a nasty song when you're standing ten feet from the radio speakers. Live and Let Die with The Charlotte Symphony November 15th and 16th at Knight Theater. Get tickets Watch a video of Tony
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Friday, November 1, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio What can you say about Carlos Mencia but, "Welcome back!" His style of keeping the world in tune with its whereabouts is brilliantly funny and totally exact. The interview at points gets extremely adult. But hey! It's Carlos Mencia!!!!! http://carlosmencia.com/ http://www.cltcomedyzone.com/
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Thursday, October 31, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio I've always believed the one thing missing from the world is a heart overflowing with romance. The gleam in someone's eyes that says more than, "I love you." That wishful dance that unfolds in the center of a crowded street. Hundreds of people marching by and within that moment of time love is given reason to fly. Memories begin with music. No night can be set on fire without there being the right orchestration featuring the poetic expression of painter whose canvas is love. see the trailer to Doonby
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Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Ernie says there can be no success until, "You have to find your cool." Raised in the center of America. Without ever realizing his art would become part of nearly four decades of display. Television and movies has served as the invitation. But staying here has required what makes Ernie shine brighter than any star in the sky. The most brilliant positive attitude toward all things that connect people. Set for a November release is Doonby. See the trailor
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Listen to the podcast on I Heart Radio It's no longer something that "just happens" in other parts of the world. Your backyard could be tomorrows lead story on the 11 o'clock news. Pockets of people. A separated nation. Beliefs that no longer carry faith and trust. When the walls have fallen and the mountains are no longer purple majesty. The postcard at the counter seems more like Disney than the America we once lived. Find out about Ricky Face Book
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Wednesday, October 30, 2013
listen to the interview on I Heart Radio What is relationship inside a world where lust is just two clicks on the computer screen away? Is love stronger today through having a choice? How do you better handle romance when what's being shared is no different than walking into a Wal-Mart? The book is called My Cat Won't Bark check out the webpage
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Listen to the podcast on I Heart Radio In the seconds before birth. I've always believed God hands every baby a writing instrument. Lost and confused we ask, "What am I supposed to do with this?" God never answers. Until he needs for you to take your writing hand and create music in the mind body and soul of people you'll never meet. The lyrics of life. Are the true healing powers of spiritual growth. Get connected
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Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Very rarely do I leave my recording studio to locate the maker's of music outside the door. Harmony has always been my weakness. When it cuts through four walls lands in the center of my Beats by Dr Dre. I force myself to set aside reality and step into the Green Room to fall witness to the most dynamic vocals this side of Don Henley and Glen Frey. I think even Randy Owens of Alabama would say, "What the hell is that sweet sound pouring from those rhythms and tones?" I share with you one of those bands that one day will long forget we ever talked...but fans of music will quickly grip why these guys are headed for an area few reach. It's the depth of "The Best."
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listen to the podcast on I Heart Radio I think I just got in trouble for finding faith in the unspoken soul of Classic Rock's roots. Master's of the craft have to live the path. Creators of the riff that crosses the center line and ends up being spun forwards and back across some of Hip Hops biggest names doesn't just happen. Leslie West became a musician. His new collection of songs Still Climbing have made its way to your place of purchase. Johnny Lang, Johnny Winter, Mark Tremonti, Dee Snider. Classic Rock fans blast me for loving modern waves such as The Black Keys. Leslie was the first to say, "Don't take your eyes off the present movement of sound."
Monday, October 28, 2013
Listen to the podcast on I Heart Radio Baseball. The greatest American story. Adding thickness to the chapters are the players that sacrificed their lives and bodies. Not for a few games or spins around the track. Through the pressures of the minors to maintaining a child's passion to keep the origin of dreams moving forward. The requirement of the baseball player is based not on four squares you have to touch. But the lives you'll affect in the game of life when the post seasons are no longer important. Get Jim's books
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Friday, October 25, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio During the 1960's the state of the nation was brought to life inside the lyrics of Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Crosby Stills and Nash. Today's greatest storytellers are comedians. Nightly they perform the truest form of social networking. Face to face connections and Bobby Collins unlocks the heart and steps inside.
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Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio Being from a famous family hasn't stopped Tanay Jackson from stepping out into the real world. She displays what she truly loves. Music. A passion for club rhythms, modern harmony and dance. Keep in touch with Tanay. Face Book Twitter Instagram
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Tuesday, October 22, 2013
listen to the podcast on I Heart Radio In an age of "anybody" tries to be their own producer. Lost has been the page in music history that's allowed simple people to be the back cover of Classic Rock success. The men and women lending their ears, fingers and open minded exchanges are also the holders of life's biggest adventures. The making of music. As it was lived. Not as it was read. We've heard a billion times. The Fleetwood Mac battle cries. In between the lyrics, drum rolls and guitar riffs. There were verbal exchanges. Ken Caillat 's Making of Rumours puts you back in the front seat of a very fast and unpredictable moving music machine that continues to make vinyl the greatest sheet music on earth.
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Friday, October 18, 2013
Listen to the entire podcast on I Heart Radio The destination of a single thought not only has the ability to reach around the world. But with expression. That single thought will affect several generations. To be or not to be. Has never been the question. Brian May of Queen knows the way to that arc in the sky that shapes the horizon. The very light that carries rhythm, harmony and unique toward every belief that being is all you have had to be. The rest is just art.
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Wednesday, October 16, 2013
listen to the podcast on I Heart Radio The secret to music success is hitting the nearest mall. For twelve years Triumphant has lived up to their calling. Stay true to Southern Gospel. Grammy award winners that don't let the spit shine of the trophy tarnish their love for God. Find out more www.triumphantquartet.com
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listen to the podcast on I Heart Radio Growing up in a pair of prairie tough Montana made boots with mountains taller than Heaven itself. A teenager dreams of one day meeting a Super Hero. Everything you wanted them to be. The drive to succeed. The passion to play. The endless amounts of dedication and loyalty with ten thousand gallons of dirt to prove they made it a brilliant day. Then it happens. The Super Hero shows up at the radio station and turns out to be every reason why you never stopped trying your hardest in Little League.
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Friday, October 11, 2013
Listen to the podcast on I Heart Radio I love sitting in a studio with former Radio people that have escaped the grips of the mighty empire. The best survival stories shared are jocks trying to keep their jobs. Better yet...the pressure of realizing if you don't step out of your shell the career is headed for late night Taco Bell. Roy Wood Jr is the perfect example of how true Broadcaster's should act: Never let it go to your head. Enjoy the present. Laugh about the past. Be real with listeners and viewers and in the end... you have a brilliant story to share with anyone willing to listen.
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Wednesday, October 9, 2013
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Friday, October 4, 2013
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Thursday, October 3, 2013
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Tuesday, October 1, 2013
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Friday, September 27, 2013
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Monday, September 23, 2013
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