Friday, January 31, 2014
It's been a brilliant past couple of weeks for comedian/actor Dave Coulier! The three guys of Full House reunited for a Super Bowl commercial. Then it was off to Jimmy Fallon. Appearing this weekend at Charlotte's Comedy Zone on Friday and Saturday night. http://www.cltcomedyzone.com
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Thursday, January 30, 2014
Having the passion to perform won't always make you a legend. But getting the opportunity to share your art creates a string of memories that'll spin donuts around the sun.
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Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Canal Fulton, OH, native Mary Murphy is a United States and Austrian Dance Champion and founder of the Champion Ballroom Academy in San Diego, CA. Her film credits include “Dance with Me,” starring Vanessa Williams, and “Killer Movie,” starring Leighton Meester, Robert Buckley and J.C. Chasez. Additionally, Murphy appeared as Julia Roberts’ body double in “Something To Talk About.” The long list of stars she has coached in dance includes Dennis Quaid, Mary Steenburgen and Donnie Wahlberg. SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE has become a hit around the world, and Murphy frequently travels to countries such as Australia, Canada and Norway for “special guest” judging appearances on international versions of the show. In 2007, she was awarded Best Host/Judge at the Reality TV Awards. Beyond her work in Hollywood, Murphy continues to be one of the hardest-working women in dance. She serves as a judge at major ballroom dance competitions across the U.S and is the proud owner of The Holiday Dance Classic and Hollywood Dancesport Championship. She is involved with the Domestic Violence Center CCS in San Diego, Mary Murphy’s Chance to Dance program and Soldiers Who Salsa. She also guest-starred in the Broadway production of “Burn The Floor.” Murphy resides in San Diego.
Posted by Arroe at 11:17 AM
If more than half my life has been spent in Carolina....where along the lines do I get to say, "I grew up in the south?" There's an art to the way of life. The food, the dance, the music. This part of the soil has always been blessed with big visions and the people to back it up. Meaning there's a lot of talented roots poppin up in the fields every day. If you've been out night clubbin in the Charlotte lately...someone you might have stumbled into is Josh Sawyer from York, SC. Downright dug in and keeping the south alive with a brand of country that proves Charlotte is where music is born. Then we ship it off to Nashville to be marketed.
Posted by Arroe at 8:29 AM
Monday, January 27, 2014
Jock's on the radio race through chapters spinning rhythms and lyrics. Singer/songwriters. At a volume so high. That deafness should set it. But through the magic of communication it rarely does. Somewhere along the lines of agreement. There's a handshake. The musical food chain of celebration. From simple thoughts scratched onto a page. To a radio listeners life four decades in the making. Without the writers, producers, musicians and even the late night radio talent. There wouldn't be silence, Your head and heart are always creating. But without that sound on the radio. There would be a lack of teachers. For what the performers have brought to life is the permission required to whistle. To make up beats and riffs. The ingredients required to believe the self you became. And so often. We try to give back to our favorite artists. The power of vocals singing right along with the, Because deep inside. The true name of the band is David Crosby with a guest appearance by you. He's got new stories to share. With added flavor and flair. David's performing with his sons. Together they'll tour. Which is reason enough to stop. Look around. And find your imagination at his show. Bringing your special brand of harmony to one of the key foundations of Americana at its best. http://www.davidcrosby.com/ SOLO TOUR: Tue 01/28/14 New York, NY City Winery Wed 01/29/14 New York, NY City Winery Fri 01/31/14 New York, NY City Winery Sat 02/01/14 New York, NY City Winery Mon 02/03/14 Vienna, VA Barns At Wolf Trap Tue 02/04/14 Vienna, VA Barns At Wolf Trap Thu 02/06/14 Vienna, VA Barns At Wolf Trap Sat 02/08/14 Chicago, IL City Winery Chicago Sun 02/09/14 Chicago, IL City Winery Chicago Thu 02/20/14 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall Fri 02/21/14 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall Sun 02/23/14 West Hollywood, CA Troubadour Mon 02/24/14 West Hollywood, CA Troubadour Tue 02/25/14 West Hollywood, CA Troubadour Thu 02/27/14 West Hollywood, CA Troubadour Fri 02/28/14 West Hollywood, CA Troubadour CSN TOUR: Tue 03/04/14 Richmond, VA Carpenter Theatre Wed 03/05/14 Newport News, VA Ferguson Center For The Arts Fri 03/07/14 Charleston, WV Clay Center For The Arts & Sciences Sat 03/08/14 Louisville, KY The Louisville Palace Theatre Tue 03/11/14 Des Moines, IA Des Moines Performing Arts - Civic Center Wed 03/12/14 Peoria, IL Peoria Civic Center Arena Fri 03/14/14 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre Sat 03/15/14 Battle Creek, MI FireKeepers Casino Tue 03/18/14 Columbus, OH Palace Theatre Wed 03/19/14 Fort Wayne, IN Embassy Theatre Fri 03/21/14 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium Sat 03/22/14 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre Mon 03/24/14 Durham, NC Durham Performing Arts Center
Posted by Arroe at 10:28 AM
Friday, January 24, 2014
Writer's can tell you exactly where they were when oddly shaped words began to fall from their fingerprints onto pages. Right away writer's feel odd and unaccepted. Nobody else in class or on the block is doing it. When you speak openly about it barely a soul can relate or you get the pampered ever so kind, "That's so nice." I wrote my first book in the second grade. It was my passion to write books that kept me from dropping out of school in the eleventh grade. Teacher's that took the time to recognize my difference were actually the opening in the mountain that has grown into a Broadcasting career that stretches around the world. Then one day. Fifty one chapters into my life. I'm introduced to Jaxon.
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Thursday, January 23, 2014
Why isn't this guy doing Prime Time network television? If its because he's too tall. I volunteer to bring a shovel to the set and dig out a path that makes him even with every actor hired to entertain the world! Jeff Dye will sell more posters than Justin Bieber! Because my Mom has the funds to buy them all. Jeff invades The Comedy Zone Charlotte January 23 24 25th http:///www/cltcomedyzone.com
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Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Is there anything Steve doesn't do or hasn't done? He's taken the word "Creative" and owned it. Google his name and its like a Genie jumping out of a bottle. Growing up shy. He's turned other people's personal comments about redheads and handcrafted a multi-tasking career that's completely up to date with modern people on the constant move. He's learned the art of business and tied it into successful journey toward making people laugh while keeping every dollar required to keep the path alive and living for more fun. I love a man that can gift his current fans and those wandering on the web with a free download. http://www.stevehofstetter.com/ Steve's in Charlotte January 23rd at the Tremont Music Hall
Posted by Arroe at 10:49 AM
Building stronger churches is all about forging relationships. Robby Gallaty knows how to do just that, and he's got an unforgettable personal story. His new book, Growing Up: How To Be A Disciple Who Makes Disciples, recently placed #1 Best Seller on Amazon.com, Christian Books & Bibles in two categories; Churches and Church Leadership (Church Leadership) and Ministry and Evangelism (Discipleship), and #3 in Churches and Church Leadership (Pastoral Resources). Get the book
Posted by Arroe at 9:06 AM
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Writers, canvas artists, musicians, chefs and speed demons on freeways made for delivering victory share two things in common. The art of passion. A willingness to let someone steal their art. Whoa... hold on a second. We are starving artists! Being creative is more fun when there's others around you that can relate. People that have lived the path. The makers and mind travelers that have nearly figured out a way to connect to people they don't know. What is a starving artist? Can it be prevented? Who creates the starving artist? Buy the book from Nikolas
Posted by Arroe at 10:56 AM
Friday, January 17, 2014
The digital age of music has totally eliminated the human need to heat repeat. Smart Phones, IPods, Notebooks, Radio stations, YouTube and wherever else you locate rhythms and beats. The outlets feeding our daily dose of harmony and purpose to sing is locked onto a configuration of multi-mix and not the act of putting focus on a single artist for a lengthy period of time, And then I came across Jake Clemons.
Posted by Arroe at 9:36 AM
Make it real. Make it fun. Make it all about the people. The making of Aries Spears has been an incredible grind that has taken him from his father's passion for movies to being one of the longest running actors on MadTV then off to the stages of live comedy. He's got the guts to let it hang. He's full of juice and ready for use. He is Aries Spears
Posted by Arroe at 7:52 AM
Friday, January 10, 2014
In an area of the world where its nearly next to too easy to set reality aside. The cold truth about the state of our nation is the act of Human Trafficing taking place in front of us and most of us have no clue. Jeannie Kerrigan - Founder and Executive Director Jeannie has run a successful private practice in Santa Fe NM and California for the past 12 yrs. Her training and education in both classroom and the streets, with trauma victims and as a counselor have made her one of the most effective public speakers on the planet. She is a healer and educator in the areas of personal transformation and spiritual journeys. She has been there. You can learn more about Jeannie Kerrigan at www.jeanniekerrigan.com. Her book Layla is a powerful tool for anyone who has suffered any kind of trauma. It is a book that will change your life forever. www.rickysrevolution.org https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rickys-Revolution-Non-Profit/330339326980569 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JczjMepMPM
Posted by Arroe at 10:34 AM
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Three things ignite my imagination. If you're from Los Angeles. If you've had Menudo bright and early on a Sunday morning. And I can drop a name and some how some way the fame of other people help shaped your life of success. Stories! I love real stories based on living life. Not just walking through the chapters of a book. When I heard Willie Barcena was in town. I looked up to the passing clouds and asked, "Dude. Did I die and go to Heaven? Willie in my studio! Oh crap you want something in return."
Posted by Arroe at 8:18 AM
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Foodie Alert! The Food Channel is but a sip of what Charlotte Chef's are bringing to your table. There's no way you can compare the taste with any other city in the world. Charlotte is very much a southern city with an appetite to welcome the world. And the citizens of those milestones and regions have come one by one. Make reservations and find out more
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Monday, January 6, 2014
Bust free the half lit Santa on the roof and pour into a cup what little is left of the eggnog that's been sitting in the fridge for nearly a month. The holiday season isn't over until Astrid Haven's Sihkness after Christmas party this Saturday night January 11, 2014 at The Chop Shop in NODA. Doors open at 8pm
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Thursday, January 2, 2014
What is it with Detroit? How can one city feature so many incredibly gifted cars, trucks, actors, comedians and musicians? Ford, Kid Rock, Chrystler Bob Seger, Robin Williams and John Heffron. We uncover the truth! And this isn't even 60 Minutes on CBS or Sport Center trying to readjust their listeners already in motion. Hook up with John John's in town at the Comedy Zone Charlotte
Posted by Arroe at 8:51 AM