Thursday, October 31, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Robert Davi

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

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Ernie Hudson

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

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Author Jeanie Kerrigan

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

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Kevin Darne' My Cat Won't Bark

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

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Eddie Zee

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

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: BlackJack Billy

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."

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Leslie West

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

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Baseball Legend Jim Rooker

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

Friday, October 25, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Bobby Collins

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.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Tanay Jackson

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

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Record Producer Ken Caillat

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.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Brian May Of Queen

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.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Triumphant

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

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Johnny Bench

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.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Roy Wood Jr

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.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Astrid Haven

Show me a musician that fits into the folds of what society designs and the end result will be a sad clown. When the stage becomes the show. The performance ignites the crowd. Show me anyone with passion and I will uncover their Freak Show. Catch the podcast on I Heart Radio

Friday, October 4, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Jay Gordon Of Orgy October 12th Chop Shop

*****note The Orgy Show is Saturday October 12,2013 at The Chop Shop in NODA. The interview mentions the wrong date. Please note. It is Oct 12th. RollingStone Magazine has been all over the unmasking of the "True Art" of Electronica, Dub Step and everything else Masterfully spun into webs of raw energy so brilliantly mind blowing...the earth stops every 20 seconds to catch up on the beats of a brand new release. Orgy is back. More importantly Jay Gordon helms the night that which once seemed dark. From the depth of showmanship, preservation of passion and knowing what makes the wind blow without having to sell out... Unlocked is the worlds most famous Zombie. Hear the podcast

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Judah Friedlander

Being a radio junky for nearly every breath ever taken. Getting into the sport of broadcasting was never much of a chore. I was large and in charge of meeting the World Champions of entertainment. Judah Friedlander mocks not the best. He is the best. At times I thought I was talking to John Lennon. While lifting suds with a sports fanatic addicted to well crafted plays and dunks. From professional wrestling to communicating with his future self. This podcast rips the mask off why I do this show. Judah is Unplugged and Totally Uncut. Listen to the podcast

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Josh Gracin

A proud U.S. Marine! Born to live life then put it inside a writing instrument. He was Top 5 American Idol season two. That's where music dreams begin right? Josh continued to give his life to America. Dedicating his soul to the preservation of our freedoms. In 2013 he's finally getting the opportunity to chase the horizon bathed in music. Hear the podcast