Friday, June 30, 2017
Listen to "Don Winslow The Force" on Spreaker. What makes this book stand out is Winslow’s own connection to the story he tells within the pages of THE FOCE. He explains, “Sometimes I think I’ve been preparing to write this book my whole life. I’ve known—and know—cops, most of them clean, some of them dirty. For this book, I went out on the streets with NYC cops (who will go unnamed). I went to bars with them, sat in their houses, talked to their families, their wives, ex-wives, their girlfriends. I sat with cops from very high ranks down to probationary patrolmen. And women. I’ve sat down with white cops, black cops, brown cops. That research informs this novel. I wanted to know what cops do, but, more importantly, I wanted to know how cops think and feel. I’m interested in their actions, but more interested in how what they do and see affects them. I sat with tough, veteran cops with tears streaming down their faces as they told me their stories. This is the book I’ve wanted to write my whole life.” THE FORCE is an indictment on corruption in the police force and how that is a trickledown effect from the real criminals—politicians pulling the strings at the highest levels of city government in the Big Apple. There is a strong non-fiction conversation that can be had around THE FORCE, especially around race and how special detectives, DEA, etc. interact with the communities that they police. And given the extensive research that Winslow did with New York City police officers on the beat currently, Winslow can speak to real-life issues. A searing portrait of a city on the edge and of a heroic but deeply flawed man who stands at the edge of its abyss, THE FORCE is a masterpiece of urban realism. Full of shocking twists leavened by flashes of dark humor, this is a morally complex and riveting dissection of modern American society and the controversial issues confronting us today. ABOUT THE BOOK: All Denny Malone wants is to be a good cop. The ‘King of Manhattan North’, this highly decorated NYPD detective sergeant is the real leader of ‘Da Force’, an elite special unit given carte blanche to fight gangs, drugs and guns. Malone has served on the front lines for the eighteen years he’s spent on the Job, witnessing the injured, the dead, the victims, the perps. He’s done whatever it took to serve and protect in a city built by ambition and corruption, where no one is clean—including Malone himself. After making the biggest heroin bust in the city’s history, Malone and his close-knit crew have stolen millions of dollars in drugs and cash. Now he’s being squeezed by the Feds and must walk the thin line between betraying his brothers and partners, the Job, his family, and the woman he loves, all while trying to survive as the city teeters on the brink of a racial conflagration that could destroy them all. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: New York Times bestselling author Don Winslow has written 20 novels, including The Kings of Cool, Savages, The Winter of Frankie Machine and the highly-acclaimed epics The Power of the Dog and The Cartel. The son of “a sailor who loved books and a librarian who loved a sailor”, Winslow grew up with a love of stories and storytelling in a small Rhode Island coastal town. In addition to his novels, Winslow has published numerous short stories in anthologies and magazines such as Esquire, the LA Times Magazine and Playboy. His columns have appeared in the Huffington Post, CNN Online and other outlets. Winslow is the recipient of the Raymond Chandler Award (Italy), the LA Times Book Prize, the Ian Fleming Silver Dagger (UK), The RBA Literary Prize (Spain) and many other prestigious awards. He lives in California with his wife of thirty-one years.
Posted by Arroe at 10:22 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Armin Van Buuren On Festivals" on Spreaker. This has to be the first year where I've groups of people say there are too many festivals taking place around the world. So we took that concern to one of the masters of sound Mr. Armin Van Buurren. His answer opened up newer ways to think beyond the moment and what is about to become the next wave of sound. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is I Need You.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Dishwalla New Album" on Spreaker. It's been ten years since the last album release for Dishwalla. Where did they go for inspiration? Straight into the soul of the desert. Justin talks about how time was no longer the issue. They spent many nights laying down vocal tracks with the doors and windows wide open. The latest album from Dishwalla is Juniper Road.
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Listen to "Jurusafunk The Hierophant" on Spreaker. This is truly one funked up band. Their inspirations stem from the soils of South America and yet you can't help but feel old school vibes pouring from their horns that resemble Frank Zappa to Earth Wind and Fire. Hailing from Phoenix which is a mosh pit for every generation and nationality on the planet...their goal has always been to blend in without bending out.
Posted by Arroe at 1:28 PM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update EDX About Being Magnetic" on Spreaker. Having the best beats in town doesn't always guarantee the biggest stage. When you tap into having a magnetic personality that opens several different doors on multiple layers. EDX has endlessly been connected to being one of the best people to be with. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Feel The Rush.
Posted by Arroe at 6:27 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Helena Legend On New Age Of Dance" on Spreaker. With The Chainsmokers and Calvin Harris dropping their vocals into the beats of their new music does it put new pressures on other festival DJ's and producers. Helena Legend sees it as another opportunity to being a well rounded performer. Her latest release on rBeatz Radio is Pasilda.
Posted by Arroe at 5:44 AM
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Listen to "Liberty Devitto From Hired Gun" on Spreaker. Millions of fans have seen them and listened to them play the music of the famous stars who hired them. They are the “First Call, A-list” musicians, just 20 feet from stardom, yet rarely receive credit for their work. The ’Hired Gun’ community lives and breathes music, and for the first time ever, they share their experiences with the highs and lows of touring life, the demands of session schedules, and the dedication required to play next to some of the world’s most iconic musicians. Hear incredible stories from Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie, Liberty DeVitto (Billy Joel), Jason Hook (Five Finger Death Punch), Rudy Szaro (Ozzy Osbourne), Steve Lukather (Michael Jackson), Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp), Phil X (Bon Jovi), Eric Singer (KISS), Ray Parker Jr. (Ghostbusters), Justin Derrico (P!NK), and more! The feature-length documentary, which has been screened to both critic and audience acclaim at SXSW Festival, Glastonbury Festival, MIFF, Calgary International and Noise Pop, introduces music fans to some of the world’s unsung heroes of the music industry through exclusive interviews and performances. “Hired Gun” is the story of the musical talent responsible for the most famous instrumental solos in the world, who have toured with the musical legends who hired them. The hired gun community lives and breathes music, and, for the first time, its members share their incredible stories and exclusive musical performances with the world in this inspiring new documentary. They are recognized as some of the best musicians in the world. These “hired guns” have mastered their craft and performed on the greatest stages and in high-intensity recording sessions, yet rarely receive credit for their work. In the vein of the 2014 Academy Award©-winning doc “20 Feet from Stardom,” “Hired Gun” details the highs and lows of touring life, the demands of session schedules, and the dedication required to play backseat to some of rock’s most iconic musicians.
Posted by Arroe at 11:41 AM
Listen to "Kim And Ashley Campbell Adios" on Spreaker. Adiós was recorded at Station West in Nashville following Campbell’s “Goodbye Tour” which he launched after revealing he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. As Campbell’s wife of 34 years, Kim Campbell, explains in the album’s touching liner notes, “Glen’s abilities to play, sing and remember songs began to rapidly decline after his diagnosis in 2011. A feeling of urgency grew to get him into the studio once again to capture what magic was left. It was now or never.” She concludes, “What you’re hearing when listening to Adiós is the beautiful and loving culmination of friends and family doing their very best for the man who inspired, raised, and entertained them for decades – giving him the chance to say goodbye to his fans, and put an amazing collection of songs onto the record store shelves.” For the Adiós recording session, the Campbell’s turned to Jackson to helm the production, play guitar and help his old friend. In preparation for the recording, Jackson, who joined Campbell’s band in the early ‘70s as an 18-year-old banjo player, laid down some basic tracks and vocals for Campbell to study and practice. Jackson encouraged him every step of the way and although Campbell struggled at times because of his progressing dementia, he was clearly ecstatic about being in the studio. The 12-track collection features songs that Campbell always loved but never got a chance to record, including several from Jimmy Webb, his longtime collaborator behind some of his biggest hits like “Wichita Lineman” “By The Time I Get To Phoenix,” and “Galveston.” In addition to the bittersweet title track, “Adiós,” first popularized by Linda Ronstadt, Campbell also sings Webb’s longing love song “Just Like Always” and country weeper “It Won’t Bring Her Back.” He revisits “Postcard From Paris” with his sons Cal and Shannon and daughter Ashley singing the line, “I wish you were here,” resulting in a powerful and heartfelt message of a family singing together one last time. Adiós sees Campbell putting his spin on several classic songs including “Don’t Think Twice It’s All Right,” inspired by Jerry Reed’s version of Bob Dylan’s timeless tune and “Everybody’s Talkin’,” a banjo-filled take on Fred Neil’s song that Campbell never recorded but famously performed on the “Sonny & Cher Show” in 1973 with a 19-year-old Carl Jackson. Campbell’s daughter Ashley plays banjo on the song and joins her dad on several tracks on the album. Other songwriters featured include Roger Miller with “Am I All Alone (Or Is It Only Me),” which begins with a home recording of Miller singing the tune at a guitar pull before going into Campbell’s rendition with Vince Gill on harmonies, Dickey Lee’s honky tonk heartbreaker “She Thinks I Still Care” and Jerry Reed’s Johnny Cash hit “A Thing Called Love.” Willie Nelson joins his old pal for a moving duet of Nelson’s 1968 “Funny How Time Slips Away.” Adiós was a labor of love and a way for Glen Campbell to have one more chance to do what he loves to do and leave a musical gift for fans. Campbell, who turned 81 in April, is in the final stages of Alzheimer’s disease. He lives in Nashville where he is surrounded by his loving family and getting the very best of care.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Patoranking Music Inspiration" on Spreaker. The stories reach beyond newspapers and magazines. The lyrics don't arrive from webpages and other digital shapes of communication. Patoranking found his creative inspiration and looking where he stood in the ghetto and took note of a fusion of sound arriving from the layers that makeup Reggae. One of his biggest releases on rBeatz Radio is My Woman My Everything.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Funkrust Invited The Brass" on Spreaker. Technology has made it easier but it doesn't get full credit for the amazing waves of new sounds pouring from our digital devices. Reaching beyond corporate radio, today's new age of songwriters, producers and performers are capitalizing on the free form methods of inviting real instruments back to the party. One such act is Funkrust from New York. A wall of brass has reentered the club. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Dark City.
Posted by Arroe at 5:50 AM
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Listen to "Chris De'lia Man On Fire" on Spreaker. Chris D’Elia is quickly becoming one of the most sought after comedians and actors in the comedy world. He recently starred as “Danny” on the NBC comedy series “Undateable,” which centered on a group of friends living in Detroit and helping each other figure out their lives. On stage, D’Elia continues to cement his status as a force in stand-up comedy. He is a regular at Hollywood comedy clubs — where he performs multiples times a week — and continues to tour the US and Canada to sold-out crowds. His previous stand-up special, “Incorrigible,” debuted on Netflix in April 2015. He can also be seen on the dais of the roast of Justin Bieber, which premiered in March 2015 on Comedy Central. In December 2013, he released his first one-hour Comedy Central special, “White Male. Black Comic.” Previously, D’Elia starred opposite Whitney Cummings on NBC’s multi-camera comedy series, “Whitney.” He has also appeared on Comedy Central’s “Workaholics,” TBS’s “Glory Daze,” Showtime’s “Live Nude Comedy,” NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” and “Comedy Central Presents.”
Posted by Arroe at 11:59 AM
Listen to "Gina Gershon From Inconceivable" on Spreaker. A mysterious young woman, Katie (Nicky Whelan), and her daughter move to a new town to escape her past and quickly befriends Angela Morgan (Gina Gershon), a mother of one who longs for a bigger family. As their lives become intricately entwined, Angela and her husband, Brian, (Nicolas Cage), invite Katie to live in their guest-house to serve as their nanny. Over time, the blossoming friendship between the two women spirals into a dangerous obsession as Katie becomes overly attached to the Morgans’ daughter. Enduring lies and manipulations, Angela and Brian realize that sweet Katie is actually trying to destroy their family from within. INCONCEIVABLE is an erotic thriller directed by Jonathan Baker and written by Chloe King. The film will be in theaters and On Demand by Lionsgate Premiere on June 30, 2017. Here’s the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqnRe5fJk-s
Posted by Arroe at 10:36 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Audien Studies The Clubs" on Spreaker. Breaking down the beats is putting your creative machine on the streets. Audien went straight to the clubs to find out what's moving the floor. Living it while breathing it has introduced him to a new layer of where fans and followers are. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is One More Weekend.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update JerusaFunk Is Searching For Sound" on Spreaker. Social networking has made the planet smaller but that doesn't mean the unknown villages and towns in far off countries still don't carry the rhythm and beats that remain undiscovered. Jerusafunk has made it their mission to locate funk in the hidden away zones then bring it back for the rest of the planet to take in. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is The Hierophant.
Posted by Arroe at 8:41 AM
Monday, June 26, 2017
Listen to "Mary McNear The Light In Summer" on Spreaker. THE LIGHT IN SUMMER is the newest novel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Mary McNear hitting shelves on June 20 - a day before the official start to summer. The book introduces us to Billy Harper who believes Butternut Lake is the place she feels most at home, even though lately she believes the only one listening to her is Murphy, her faithful Labrador Retriever. Her teenage son, Luke, has gone from precious to precocious practically overnight. Her friends are wrapped up in their own lives, and Luke’s father, Wesley, disappeared before his son was even born. No wonder she prefers to spend time with a good book, especially ones where everything ends in perfection. But Billy is about to learn that anything is possible during the heady days of summer. Coming to terms with her past—the death of her father, the arrival of Cal Cooper, a complicated man with a definite interest in Billy even the return of Wesley—will force her to have a little faith in herself and others. And she’ll soon realize that happiness doesn’t always mean perfection. About the author: New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Mary McNear is a writer living in San Francisco with her husband, two teenage children, and a high-strung, minuscule white dog named Macaroon. She writes her novels in a local doughnut shop where she sips Diet Pepsi, observes the hubbub of neighborhood life, and tries to resist the constant temptation of freshly made doughnuts. She bases her novels on a lifetime of summer spent in a small town on a lake in the northern Midwest.
Posted by Arroe at 12:22 PM
Listen to "Rick Ernst Get Thrashed" on Spreaker. Director Rick Ernst (MTV/VH1, Headbangers Ball, Roadrunner Records, etc.) promoting his film 'Get Thrashed: The Story Of Thrash Metal.' Members of Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax and many others feature in this documentary. • This is an encore DVD release of the film, which was originally out in 2008 with a new marketing push. • The DVD is available on Amazon and all other outlets, it officially came out Tuesday, June 6. Cover art, website, trailer and Director Rick Ernst's bio is below. Website: www.getthrashed.com Trailer: https://vimeo.com/8145064 Link to Amazon for pre-order and purchase: amazon.com/dp/B001AR4K6C • Director Rick Ernst was a freelance and staff producer / Supervising Producer for MTV Networks from 1993-2007. During that time he produced, directed and wrote hundreds of shows including Headbangers Ball, 120 Minutes,Subteranean, 25 Loud (w/ Jimmy Kimmel & Jack Black), Beachbrawl (with Fear Factory and stars of WCW), Spring Break, live performances, What a Guy Wants (Dave Chapelle, David Wells), produced one of the highest rated VH1 All Access shows of all time, launched MTV-U’s first ever Spring Break plus countless other shows, series and specials. He has worked extensively with Roadrunner Records and many others. • Currently, Rick is a freelance director/producer and editor.
Posted by Arroe at 11:38 AM
Listen to "Jason Simos The Pink Panther" on Spreaker. A glittering array of new Bonus Features has been unveiled for the definitive 6-disc Blu-ray set Blake Edwards’ The Pink Panther Film Collection Starring Peter Sellers. Arriving June 27 from Shout! Factory’s Shout Select line, this new and long-awaited must-own complete collection of the classic movie comedies is available for pre-order now at Amazon.com and ShoutFactory.com. Among the spectacular set’s new Bonus Features are exclusive interviews with dazzling leading ladies Claudia Cardinale, Catherine Schell, and Lesley-Anne Down; exclusive interviews with members of Team Panther including production company chief Walter Mirisch, production designer Peter Mullins, and editor Alan Jones; two audio commentaries by author and film historian William Patrick Maynard; three audio commentaries by Jason Simos of the Peter Sellers Appreciation Society; and a 24-page book with an essay by animation historian and film critic Jerry Beck. More jewels are to be found in the extras with long-unseen stills spotlighting cast and crew as they created movie magic, culled from both studio archives and private collections, among them photographer Colin Cadle’s The Pink Panther Strikes Again on-set gallery; and vintage featurettes, TV and radio spots, and trailers including hilarious rare teasers never before available in any home entertainment issue. Also in this set are previously available extras, including audio commentary by Blake Edwards on The Pink Panther. The legendary Peter Sellers stars as the irrepressible and incompetent Inspector Jacques Clouseau in this 6-film collection, which consists of The Pink Panther (1964), A Shot in the Dark (1964), The Return of the Pink Panther (1975), The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976), Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978), and Trail of the Pink Panther (1982), each directed by Academy Award winner Blake Edwards (Victor/Victoria, Breakfast at Tiffany’s). For the first time in any home entertainment issue, all six Clouseau comedies are available together in a single collection, with four making their debuts on Blu-ray, including A Shot in the Dark and The Pink Panther Strikes Again, both presented in new 4K scans of the interpositives.
Posted by Arroe at 7:34 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Liberty Devitto Hired Gun" on Spreaker. You see the album covers and websites. Then you watch them live. It's completely natural to think the players on stage are the physical band. Not so. Most of the biggest success stories in music are anything but the Beatles The Stones and The Eagles. Those players on stage are hired guns. Legendary drummer Liberty Devitto talks about the new Rock-u-mentary Hired Guns.
Posted by Arroe at 7:08 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Rozes Bio" on Spreaker. She's always known what her future held. Music and lots of it. It's that Rozes didn't try to fit into the corporate world. She went to college only to learn writing music with The Chainsmokers had a bigger impact on the original dream. Her latest team up on rBeatz Radio has her creating with Cash Cash Matches.
Posted by Arroe at 6:06 AM
Friday, June 23, 2017
Listen to "Emme From Straight Curve" on Spreaker. Emme is Featured in Straight/Curve, the EPIX Original Documentary Focusing on Society's Unrealistic Beauty Standards and Their Damaging Effects on Women Ninety percent of young women and girls say they don't feel represented in the fashion industry or media, and the imagery they consume each day makes them feel "disgusting" and "less than.” The new documentary Straight/Curve (June 21 on EPIX) examines the industries responsible for this body image crisis and showcases the dynamic leaders fighting for more diversity of size, race and age. Straight/Curve aims to change the imagery we see and bolster a movement that redefines our culture’s unrealistic and dangerous standards of beauty. Appearing in the film is the groundbreaking supermodel Emme, a leading voice and face in the fashion industry for more than two decades. As the world's first curvy supermodel, Emme delivers the conviction that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes and women should feel beautiful and empowered. She's the best-selling author of five books including her latest, Chicken Soup For The Soul - Curvy and Confident: 101 Stories of Loving Yourself and Your Body. She is frequently interviewed about eating disorders and body image, fashion trends and model diversity, as well as surviving cancer and women's health on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, CNN, FOX News, Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight and more. And she was the first model invited to speak before a Congressional subcommittee in Washington, D.C. to increase public awareness of eating and body image disorders.
Posted by Arroe at 9:16 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Clean Bandit Hard To Play Instruments" on Spreaker. When you watch a Clean Bandit's video playing those instruments such as the violin and cello come across as playful mates with the bands. Not so. The reality of those instruments during a live performance has it's changes and challenges. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio has them teamed up with Zara Larsson Symphony.
Posted by Arroe at 7:46 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Sophie Francis Is Upbeat And Fun" on Spreaker. Uptempo, fun and always ready for the performance. There's no better way to explain Sophie Francis. Her latest release on rBeatz Radio Lovedrunk is catching on globally. Very Indie with an incredible EDM background that stretches her talents beyond tower generated radio and straight into the forefront of clubs and summertime celebrations.
Posted by Arroe at 6:11 AM
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Listen to "Miriam Morales From Orange Is The New Black" on Spreaker. Miriam Morales is quickly making a name for herself on the small screen. Her big break came when she landed the recurring role of Ramona “Pidge” Contreras, a feisty inmate who works at the nail salon, on the smash hit Netflix series ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, which has become a critical darling, earning recognition from the Screen Actors Guild Awards for “Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series”, a Critics’ Choice Television Award for “Best Comedy Series”, and a Satellite Award for “Best Cast – Television Series”. The series was also nominated for “Best Television Series” at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards. Recently, Miriam was one of twelve women honored by Latinus Magazine & TV at the 2017 Latinas De Éxito for their leadership, initiative, community service, professional growth, endurance, and contributions to New York’s integral development. Born in East Patchogue and raised in Brentwood, New York, Miriam discovered her passion for performing at an early age. The middle child in a family of three sisters, she spent her childhood performing in church plays and entertained herself by singing and dancing. Morales continued to grace the stage as she entered her teenage years with a role as Katherine from THE TAMING OF THE SHREW in her middle school’s production of SHAKESPEARE’S WOMEN. As her passion for the arts continued to grow, a guidance counselor suggested that she apply for the American Academy of Dramatic Arts to hone her craft. After graduating from the two-year acting conservatory, Morales continued her studies at TVI Actors Studio in Los Angeles before returning to her East Coast roots. Following her return to New York, Morales enrolled at Fordham University at Lincoln Center, where she graduated with degrees in Communications/Media Studies as well as Latin American/Latino Studies. To utilize her degree, she worked in advertising, at a YouTube network, and as a social/digital media strategist as she continued to pursue acting. Other credits include guest roles on LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT and OWN’s UNFAITHFUL: STORIES OF BETRAYAL. She also starred in the indie drama AN ORNAMENT OF FAITH and showcased her talent in the webseries THE COLORS OF LOVE as well as the short films CECILIA’S BIRTHDAY, CITY LIGHTS, MULTI ETHNIC, and most recently TUPPERWARE PARTY, where she served as producer. Outside of acting, Morales is a budding philanthropist. Drawing from personal experience within her own family and her role on ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, she supports the idea of helping women transition smoothly back into society after serving time in prison and has set that as a future goal. She also hopes to start a foundation in honor of her cousin Jonathan who was born with a rare developmental disorder called Smith-Lemli-Opitz Syndrome. When she is not busy acting, Morales enjoys watching movies, reading, and spending time with her friends.
Posted by Arroe at 6:17 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update French Montana Working With Nicki" on Spreaker. Getting the chance to make music with Nicki Minaj. When you're new to the music field you reach for the gold. For French Montana the door opportunity stood wide open. The only thing that could stop such a moment is a once in a lifetime studio date with Kanye West. Well... it happened. The latest release from French Montana on rBeatz Radio is Unforgettable.
Posted by Arroe at 5:21 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Blasterjaxx On Going Solo" on Spreaker. There are no written rules that Festival DJ's have to come in shapes of two. Blasterjaxx loves sharing the total experience. And then it happened. A new tour. A new view. He stepped on that lit up stage as a solo. His actions and reactions were a new pair of shoes he had to grow into. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Lara Do Or Die.
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Afro Jack Talks About Design" on Spreaker. Getting to that place. That sight and sound where everything delivered is your personality and presence and not that of others. Having the courage to say, "This is where I am." Afrojack's creative career has been designed by his heart. Which as he says allows him to switch gears at anytime with enough space to deliver the required. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with David Guetta Another Life.
Posted by Arroe at 5:25 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Chuck D From Public Enemy" on Spreaker. Spin back the hands of time and we see an entire music industry being controlled by decision makers out to fill their pockets. The artist was in a position of giving it all away. Through avenues designed by the digital age. Today's writers, producers and performers have regained their voice and visibility by creating their own sound and labels. Chuck D from Public Enemy sees that as a positive by way of making the word on the street the place for spreading the message. The bands classic Bring The Noise has been remixed by Benny Benassi and is spinning on rBeatz Radio.
Posted by Arroe at 4:41 AM
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Deorro Breaks Down Rise And Shine" on Spreaker. I love to break down the beats with the artists. To get to the root of where and why a song took over the flow of the moment. For Deorro, his latest release on rBeatz Radio Rise And Shine came into being because of his love for The Great Gatsby that took him straight to the horns and rolling drums. But the question is... how did he create the horns?
Posted by Arroe at 5:45 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Boris Brejcha Talks Detroit And Berlin" on Spreaker. There's always been a little rivalry between Detroit and Berlin. Who is pouring out the best techno beats. Boris Brejcha loves the idea that people are talking about it. As much as he loves the conversation he believes Motor City USA has slowed down on delivering new artists. In his book Berlin wins. His latest release on rBeatz radio is Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven.
Posted by Arroe at 5:09 AM
Monday, June 19, 2017
Listen to "Marc Ruskin The Pretender" on Spreaker. Of all the resources available to law enforcement, the living, breathing undercover operative remains the gold standard. This is true in TV shows and in the real world. In the era of electronic surveillance, undercover work enforces accountability; it prevents mistakes, and of all the men and women in any type of police work, the undercover agents are often the most valuable. In his dramatic debut book, THE PRETENDER: My Life Undercover for the FBI (Thomas Dunne Books, on sale June 6, 2017, $26.99), Marc Ruskin reflects back on his incredible 27-year career with the Bureau, rendering a first-hand account of one fascinating case after another. The FBI has roughly 100 agents working full time undercover in some capacity. Between 1990-2010, Marc Ruskin had the most diverse and notorious case list of all the agents involved. Within the bureau he had the broadest experience, including overseas, including: • La Cosa Nostra • Corporate fraud • Counterfeiting schemes • Narcotics trafficking • Wall Street scams • Public corruption The most amazing aspect of his undercover work is Ruskin’s ability to juggle three or four cases – simultaneously – switching identities on a daily basis. Each morning he had to walk out the door with the correct ID, the correct clothing costume, the correct accessories and the correct frame of mind for that day’s mission. The dangers in this kind of life were extraordinary. Ruskin delves in to how the right undercover agent is selected for each assignment, how a fake identity is manufactured and “backstopped,” and how a long-term “con” is painstakingly assembled. Until THE PRETENDER, no one has ever taken the reader this deep undercover. This is the definitive narrative of undercover operatives – the procedures, the successes, the failures and the changes in the culture of the new FBI.
Listen to "Mary Murphy Season 14 On FOX" on Spreaker. Mary Murphy will return as judge on the hit unscripted series SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE for its 14th season, premiering this summer on FOX. The new season also will feature returning host Cat Deeley and judge Nigel Lythgoe. “I am thrilled that Mary will return to SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE and I’m sure the fans will be, as well. She brings an energy and enthusiasm that’s contagious and I can’t wait for her to join me on the judging panel. I’ve got a pair of earplugs ready, and another for our third resident judge, as well,” said Lythgoe, who also is an executive producer on the series. This season, highly-skilled dancers between the ages of 18-30 will showcase their talents in various dance styles, including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, ballroom, animation, breaking and more. The Top 10 dancers will be paired up with All-Stars who will guide them throughout the competition as they vie for America’s votes and the title of America’s Favorite Dancer. In addition to her work on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, Mary Murphy has appeared in such films as “Dance with Me,” with Vanessa Williams; and the thriller “Killer Movie,” starring Kaley Cuoco. The long list of celebrities Murphy has coached includes Dennis Quaid, Mary Steenburgen and Donnie Wahlberg. Murphy also has worked with Julia Roberts in “Something to Talk About” and worked as her body double for a dance sequence in the film. Murphy made her Broadway debut to rave reviews in “Burn the Floor,” and beyond her career in Hollywood, serves as a judge at major ballroom competitions across the U.S., including the recent U.S. National Amateur and Professional Dancesport Championship. Murphy also offers world-class dance instruction at her San Diego-based studio, Mary Murphy’s Champion Ballroom Academy (www.championballroom.com), which opened in 1990 and is one of the top studios today. A survivor of thyroid cancer, Murphy is a dedicated supporter of the American Cancer Society. She also founded a program for injured veterans, “Soldiers Who Salsa: Healing Soldiers One Step at a Time.”
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Listen to "Colin Trevorrow The Book Of Henry" on Spreaker. Sometimes things are not always what they seem, especially in the small suburban town where the Carpenter family lives. Single suburban mother Susan Carpenter (Naomi Watts) works as a waitress at a diner, alongside feisty family friend Sheila (Sarah Silverman). Her younger son Peter (Jacob Tremblay) is a playful 8-year-old. Taking care of everyone and everything in his own unique way is Susan’s older son Henry (Jaeden Lieberher), age 11. Protector to his adoring younger brother and tireless supporter of his often self-doubting mother – and, through investments, of the family as a whole – Henry blazes through the days like a comet. Susan discovers that the family next door, which includes Henry’s kind classmate Christina (Maddie Ziegler), has a dangerous secret – and that Henry has devised a surprising plan to help. As his brainstormed rescue plan for Christina takes shape in thrilling ways, Susan finds herself at the center of it. The Book of Henry is directed by Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World, Safety Not Guaranteed) from an original screenplay by acclaimed novelist Gregg Hurwitz (Orphan X). Here’s the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb4s4sAncNc
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update DVBBS And Their Fans" on Spreaker. The name of their newest EP is Beautiful Disaster. Reaching that point meant going through several different options. DVBBS (Dubs) truly wanted to bring their fan connection into the picture. The latest single from the duo is You Found Me.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Cheat Codes On Collaborating" on Spreaker. We've all heard the theory of being in the right place at the right time. So much of that takes place within the walls of the music industry. All in the name of making a connection with the passerby listener and fan. Creating that process is exactly how Cheat Codes locates the roots to their next album release. Their latest song on rBeatz Radio has them teamed up with Demi Lovato No Promises.
Friday, June 16, 2017
Listen to "Lawrence Gowan From Styx The Mission" on Spreaker. Welcome one and all to THE MISSION, STYX’s sonically sweet 16th studio album and its most ambitious, most challenging, and most rewarding release to date. Please take note of the official stardate, as THE MISSION has duly been set for liftoff June 16 on the band’s label, Alpha Dog 2T/UMe. Fans can pre-order the album at any of these online retail outlets and Styxworld.com. The first single, “Gone Gone Gone,” was released today at radio and online retail outlets. A video premiered on Billboard.com and can be seen here. “The planets truly aligned for THE MISSION, and I couldn’t be prouder,” says vocalist/guitarist Tommy Shaw, who co-wrote the album’s storyline with longtime collaborator Will Evankovich (Shaw/Blades, The Guess Who). “It’s our boldest, most emblematic album since PIECES OF EIGHT.” As founding guitarist James “JY” Young continues, “In the 40th anniversary year of our release of our biggest selling album of all time, GRAND ILLUSION, it just seemed truly appropriate to save our new studio album until this year. Needless to say, I’m very excited.”
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Listen to "Dr Bob Arnot Coffee Lovers Diet" on Spreaker. Inspired by new and intriguing study findings recently published from the National Institutes of Health, the New England Journal of Medicine, the European Journal of Epidemiology etc. illustrating coffee’s robust, positive effect on health, Dr. Bob Arnot—a former medical correspondent for NBC Nightly News, 60 Minutes, CBS This Morning among others—set off on over a year-long journey to find the healthiest, most delicious coffees the world had to offer. Upon his return, he partnered with Dr. David Nieman, the Director of the Human Performance Lab at the North Carolina Research Campus, to test a variety of beans, roast temperatures, grind sizes, and brew techniques to definitively determine which coffee beans and preparation produced the best-tasting and healthiest coffees. With their results, and the simple premise of change your coffee, change your life, THE COFFEE LOVER’S DIET holds the secret to life-changing improvements in health, fitness and weight loss.
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Listen to "Preparing For Change" on Spreaker. You can tell we don't like change. How many people actually carry change in their pocket? I get it! Life changes and money are two different types of change. But are they? When you exchange there's always going to be change. Social Media has opened the window for a lot of people to talk about their changes. I remember when the change of life for middle aged adults was a taboo subject. Now just changing lanes on a busy street is a must see attraction on Facebook. Embracing change is what forces us into growth. If it's not part of your plan then stop talking about needing to change jobs, homes or weight loss programs. By taking your eye off who, what, where, when and how. It allows you to digest the differences that change invites. Evolving through change opens your heart to new adventures.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Axwell And Ingrosso Talk Sessions" on Spreaker. The master mixers and festival DJ's spinning beats in studios and large gathers aren't always solo performances. Axwell and Ingrosso pump up the volume as a team on stage but when it comes to the studio it's a separated adventure that grows into a single outlet of experiences. The latest release from the Swedish team is I Love You.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Johnny Trika On Being A Producer" on Spreaker. Looking beyond the sound of modern dance. EDM has brought amazing amount of creative minds out of their hidden worlds. Master mixing a song is one thing. But to be the producer of an on going slew of beats in your head and heart has evolved in a huge supply of performers controlling their own strings, One of them is Johnny Trika. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Fast Life.
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Thursday, June 15, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Yellow Claw Creating Albums" on Spreaker. The iPod changed everything. Napster did a fine job as well. We were instantly shot into a world of collecting singles and not full albums. That side of the music industry is beginning to shift. Fans and followers are returning to the original layout. Full albums from their favorite artists and master mixers are the hot new wave. Totally agreeing with the new makeup is Yellow Claw whose latest song Good Day is on rBeatz Radio.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update D3L Talks Tracks" on Spreaker. During this 50th anniversary of The Beatles Sgt Peppers, the present day master mixers, songwriter and performers still use techniques created by the Fab Four. D3L admits there are some positives and some not so regular stuff when trying things out. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Don't Let It Die.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Tritonal On And Off The Road" on Spreaker. Life on the road starts with understanding how the mind body and soul are going to locate harmony when every morning begins at 6:30 with a ten pm or midnight performance. For Tritonal it reaches beyond just working out. They endlessly surround themselves with friends and family. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Hey Mamama.
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Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Listen to "Michael Lardie From Great White 30 Years Live" on Spreaker. To mark their 30th Anniversary on March 22, 2012, GREAT WHITE celebrated the only logical way they could on stage. In a nod to their early days, GREAT WHITE returned to the infamous Sunset Strip, where a rich history of some of the best times in LA s musical history are fused into the walls of many a venue, including the Key Club where they performed. GREAT WHITE delivered a rich set spanning their entire repertoire to a packed house. With a line-up featuring new singer Terry Ilous (XYZ), a natural frontman blessed with a bluesy-heritage rock tone to his voice, Ilous fits the band like a glove. GREAT WHITE s biting guitar riffs, contagious rhythm section and newfound energy honors their past and is creating their next chapter. 30th Anniversary Live is just one night but the music is timeless.
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Listen to "Don Felder The Rock Getaway" on Spreaker. Thirty seven years of radio and I finally had to pop the question, "For years we've heard the journey after Hotel California was the toughest thing The Eagles had to face." Guitar guru Don Felder has one of the most incredible stories. The more we talk the deeper we grow in the conversation. When did he know as a musician that the British Invasion was over and it was time for American music to rise again? This summer the Rock Getaway has the largest collection of Classic Rockers lined up to blow your path and history away and Don Felder is part of it. Visit rockgetaway.com
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Listen to "Dan and Shay The 2017 Obsessed Tour" on Spreaker. It’s no secret that Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney, better known as Dan + Shay, are very familiar with the open road thanks to their wildly successful “Obsessed Tour” and neither is their love for pets. Their puppy fever is quite evident in their music video for their first No. 1, “Nothin’ Like You,” and whenever possible the duo helps raise awareness for shelter dogs in need. Dan + Shay agree, road tripping is a time for hours of conversation, music, fun and most importantly, keeping Dan’s dogs Chief, Joy and Ghost and Shay’s dog Pippa, safe and happy. Traveling with pets is becoming increasingly common. According to the American Pet Products Association, nearly 40% of pet owners take their animals with them when they travel, up from 19% about ten years ago. The key to traveling with pets is planning ahead. Dan + Shay partnered with Petco to share travel tips to help pet parents make this summer’s road trip the best one yet. The duo will be available live from Nashville to discuss: Tips to keep pets safe and secure on the roadMust-have pet travel supplies The importance of proper identificationThe best way to find an animal travel companion if you don’t already have oneTheir current tour schedule and what’s next
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update The Rubens New Album" on Spreaker. It's almost like a separation between church and state. The Rubens love being out on the road jumping from festivals to clubs. But when it's time to get down to business to make a new collection of songs that side of the performance has to be put away. Or does it? Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Hoops.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Valentino Kahn Loves Wrestling" on Spreaker. It's completely natural to think the big names in master mixing and festivals live and breathe the sport of music and beats. Not always true. Valentino Kahn has a serious passion for professional wrestling and MMA. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Pump.
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Monday, June 12, 2017
Listen to "Noah Alexander From Speed Is The New Black" on Spreaker. From his Classic Car Studio in St. Louis, Missouri, young automotive prodigy Noah Alexander and his team create custom vehicles that are designed for the open road. Whether it's for participating in cross country rally races, going 200 miles-per-hour at the legendary Texas Mile or racing their old Challenger against a newer model, these babies are built for speed. In Velocity's original new series Speed is the New Black, viewers get an inside look at the intricate builds coming out of Noah's shop -- from redesigned classic cars such as a 1962 Corvette to a 1990 Porsche 911 and everything in between. Noah and his Classic Car Studio crew service clients all across the globe, customizing them to fit their client's physical size, lifestyle, environment, driving style and goals. In the new series, viewers will see Noah and his crew attack any daunting task at hand, including adding a 1200 horse power supercharger to a 1969 Chevelle, or installing an aviation-themed interior with metal bomber seats to a Viper-powered 1962 Chrysler 300. On May 22, Noah can share some of the wildest custom pieces he's ever built, some of his all-time favorite redesigns, and what viewers can expect from the new series Speed is the New Black.
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Listen to "Ian And Ted From Honey West" on Spreaker. This odd couple consists of multi-instrumentalist Ian McDonald, a founding member of both King Crimson and Foreigner, and guitarist and lead vocalist Ted Zurkowski, co-founder of New York's celebrated Shakespeare ensemble, Frog & Peach, and a long-time member of the world-famous Actors Studio. Together, this unlikely new songwriting team conjured the album Bad Old World under the banner of their quartet, HONEY WEST. Bad Old World is filled with memorable melodies and clever and sophisticated lyrics served on a bed of guitar-driven rock 'n' roll played by top-shelf musicians, including drummer Steve Holley, whose credits include Paul McCartney & Wings and many others, and McDonald's son, Maxwell McDonald, on bass. The album also boasts a guest appearance by Graham Maby (Joe Jackson, They Might Be Giants) on bass ("Brand New Car," "California," "A Girl Called Life"). While it's a modern sound stamped by Ian McDonald's world-class musicianship and production, it also bears an instant familiarity, thanks to a sonic blueprint recalling such Brit-rock titans as The Move and Mott the Hoople. Representative of the band's distinct sound is Bad Old World's self-deprecating first single, "Dementia," a four-on-the-floor rave-up that melds a driving beat and rampaging guitars with McDonald's signature baritone sax and Zurkowski's unique brand of lyrical mischief. With a cheeky nod to McDonald's British roots, there also is a helping of sly humor that permeates HONEY WEST: Witness the new video containing the hard-charging "Generationless Man," which pays homage to both the visual style of the Beatles' influential film A Hard Day's Night, and the wackiness of fellow countryman Benny Hill. As is usually the case in artistic collaborations, the pairing of McDonald and Zurkowski was the result of fate — and, in this case, proximity as well. "We literally lived across the street from one another in Manhattan," McDonald explains. "I would notice Ted and his wife as they would come and go, walking their dog and whatnot. We ended up speaking and I discovered Ted was in a band." "We simply plugged in, and immediately clicked," adds Zurkowski, picking up the story. "We had a ‘two-guitar thing' right from the get-go. That very rarely happens. We started right in writing songs." Asked why it took decades to find himself in a guitar-propelled band, McDonald reckons: "I guess I had never met the right writing partner before. It took a while to meet somebody who wrote great lyrics. There aren't that many great lyric writers who can sing and play guitar as well. When Ted and I got together, I was really pleased to be able to do that." HONEY WEST — named in honor and celebration of the proto-feminist 1960s cult TV spy series starring the ever-alluring Anne Francis — was already up and running when the two came together. For McDonald, discovering the scope and breadth of Zurkowski's talents was the catalyst for wanting to create a musical partnership. "Ted's lyrics are very smart," says McDonald. "I like smart lyrics, I like smart music. The songs revolve around a more-or-less complete lyric. That's slightly unusual for me, or for the way things are usually done. This has ended up being a really good partnership." As for Ted's transition from Shakespearean actor to rock 'n' roll front man, he couldn't be happier. "Now," he notes, "I don't lose five pounds every show playing Hamlet."
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Listen to "Robert Gleason And Into The Fire" on Spreaker. For most Americans, their greatest nightmare is of someone setting off a nuclear weapon in one of our major cities. Two possible scenarios that come to mind are setting off a nuke near Washington’s Capitol building during a State of the Union address, or melting down a nuclear power plant ― like Indian Point, a mere 35 miles from New York City ― creating such terror and chaos that 9/11 would pale in comparison. Critics agree that nationally recognized nuclear terrorism expert Robert Gleason’s latest book, And Into the Fire, describes these terrifying scenarios in more factual detail than any other book they have read. Robert Gleason, bestselling author of End of Days and The Nuclear Terrorist: His Financial Backers and Political Patrons in the US and Abroad, has starred in and hosted a History Channel two-hour special on this very subject and the various scenarios that could take place. Please watch a seven-minute excerpt from the History Channel Special at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXrlcf_R1KY. He has been a featured guest discussing nuclear terrorism on national TV and radio shows such as Sean Hannity, Lou Dobbs, George Noory's “Coast to Coast AM”, and NPR, along with many others, and spoken numerous times on this subject at Harvard. Gleason’s latest book dramatizes in great detail how terrorists could steal bomb-grade highly enriched uranium from a country such as Pakistan and smuggle it into the US. Once in possession of the fissile nuclear bomb-fuel, cobbling together crude would be an amazingly simple procedure. As Luis Alvarez, the physicist who designed the Hiroshima bomb wrote, “a high school student could build the Hiroshima bomb if he had the bomb-fuel.” Gleason then shows how terrorists can use such crudely built but highly powerful Hiroshima-type bombs to incinerate any major US city. Advance reviews on And Into the Fire all agree that it is not only a hair-raising thriller, it is arguably the most knowledgeable nuclear terrorism novel of our time. Byron Dorgan, former US Senator and New York Times bestselling author of Gridlock, has written: "Gleason writes with undeniable authority on the threat of nuclear terrorism… And Into the Fire, is an eye-opening, hair-raising, up-all-night thriller that should be required reading for all Members of Congress." With nearly 30 years experience researching the threat of nuclear terrorism and the possibility of nuclear annihilation, Robert Gleason can address topics on national security, foreign policy, current events, politics and what needs to be done to defend our cities and nuclear power plants. Following are suggested questions that could be addressed in an interview: • Are nuclear terrorists wreaking havoc in the world today? • Is nuclear terrorism feasible and realistic? • Is it true Japan’s new nuclear program is exacerbating the nuclear terrorist threat? And does their nuclear power debacle teach us anything? • Is Russia’s annexation of Ukrainian Crimea exacerbating the nuclear terrorist threat? • Is a multi-city nuclear attack on America its worst-case scenario? • Is nuclear power a nuclear proliferation threat? • The time is fast approaching when any rogue state that wants nukes will be able to get them. What strategy should the US adopt in a world where it is threatened by anonymous nuclear terrorist attacks? • Can nuclear terrorism lead to Armageddon? • Does the Bible predict a nuclear Armageddon? • Which nation is most likely to sponsor nuclear terrorist strikes? • Why would nuclear terrorists want to strike the US? • Why Does the Bible think the world will end? Robert Gleason is a highly regarded expert on nuclear terrorism. He's spoken on the topic at Harvard four times, and on Sean Hannity’s and Lou Dobbs’s TV shows, PBS, NPR, George Noory's “Coast to Coast AM”, and many other radio & television programs. He also hosted and starred in a two-hour History Channel special largely devoted to the subject. He is the author of The Nuclear Terrorist: His Financial Backers and Political Patrons in the US and Abroad, as well as the critically acclaimed End of Days. Gleason lives in New York City, and you can learn more about him and his books at http://robertgleasonbooks.com/.
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Listen to "Bethany Mota Make Your Mind Up" on Spreaker. From tips on life, love, and everything in between; to original DIYs, recipes, and style hacks; to the incredible story of a girl next door turned Internet sensation, Make Your Mind Up is the ultimate guide to rocking your look and ruling your world—from inspirational YouTuber, designer, entrepreneur, and digital influencer, Bethany Mota. When Bethany first propped her camera on a stack of books and pressed record on her family’s handheld camera in 2009, she didn't realize her life was about to change—forever. After uploading her first video to YouTube at just thirteen years old, Bethany quickly became one of the Internet’s go-to beauty, style, and lifestyle vloggers. Since then, she has filmed countless room tours and tutorials, traveled the world, experimented with hundreds of DIYs, designed her own clothing line, gone on an international tour, competed on Dancing with the Stars, and created health, beauty, and wellness content for multiple platforms. But before Bethany found her #MotaFam online, life wasn’t looking so great: After being intensely bullied in school, the already shy Bethany retreated further into her shell, suffering from crippling anxiety and a lack of self-confidence she just couldn’t shake. From growing up on a dairy farm in small-town Los Banos, California, to figuring out how to overcome anxiety and find her voice, to finally breaking out of her shell and learning to forge her own positive path, Make Your Mind Up is more than just a heartwarming memoir or lifestyle guide—this is a portrait of Bethany’s life, exactly how she lives it. ABOUT BETHANY MOTA YouTube sensation, designer, digital influencer, and entrepreneur Bethany Mota is one of the most powerful voices in social media, with more than twenty-five million followers across her platforms and more than a billion views on YouTube alone. A creator at heart, Mota has partnered with both Aeropostale and Target to design and release clothing, accessories, fragrances, and school supplies. Hailed twice by Time magazine as one of the “Most Influential Teens in the World,” Mota has interviewed President Barack Obama, toured the world speaking and performing in front of sold-out audiences, has fronted campaigns for both UNICEF and PACER National Bullying Prevention Center, was a finalist on season nineteen of Dancing with the Stars, released her own mobile game, and has been featured on the covers of numerous magazines both internationally and domestically. When she isn’t working or traveling the world, you can find her at home in Los Angeles, California.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update DJ Khalid Makes Music" on Spreaker. If there's one set of words that DJ Khaled doesn't set his foundation on its being a feature. When he goes into every writing project he's on a mission to deliver quality songs. Every piece of music is looked upon has being a hit. Nobody is a feature. His latest release on rBeatz Radio with Justin Bieber and Quavo is I'm The One.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Stylo G Talks About Music" on Spreaker. One of the biggest names to come out of the UK is Stylo G. And what a story he's bringing with him. Growing up in a house filled with music is one thing. But when your father is one of the early layers of master mixing music in clubs and festivals. It's a different point of view and direction for those growing up in your shoes. Stylo G's latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Will Simms Chariot.
Friday, June 9, 2017
Listen to "Jackson Gallaxy From Animal Planets My Cat From Hell" on Spreaker. He's known simply as the "Cat Daddy." A two-time New York Times best-selling author (Catification and Cat Daddy), Jackson Galaxy has worked one-on-one with thousands of cats to improve both their behavior and the relationships between owners and their feline friends. For more than 20 years, Jackson has had one goal in mind - to prevent cat guardians from giving up their cats and contributing to already overcrowded shelters. And each week, Jackson can be seen tackling some of the toughest cat cases in Animal Planet's popular series My Cat From Hell. In a special episode of My Cat From Hell airing Saturday, June 3, Jackson must answer the call of a kitten crisis when fifty kittens find themselves in danger of being euthanized at LA city shelters. Unable to find homes in LA, Jackson locates a shelter in his native Boulder, CO, that makes an offer he can’t refuse -- they will take all fifty kittens and even host a big adoption event if Jackson will drive the cats all the way to Colorado. Heading out on a long road trip with fifty kittens and supplies is a tall order, but Jackson is a man on a mission -- finding a home for every single little soul on board.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Car Seat Headrest Sing Bowie" on Spreaker. The impact of David Bowie. Today's musicians bring their influences and inspirations straight to the stage. Most put focus on the older songs. Car Seat Headrest has located an untouched area. The newer material such as Blackstar. Don't be shocked if they don't leap into this weekend at Bonnaroo.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Claude Vonstroke The Dirtybird BBQ" on Spreaker. The art of writing, producing and performing is just part of the process of connection. Master Mixer and Festival DJ Claude Vonstroke took note of a lack of food. Therefore he began the Dirtybird BBQ. What started out as a free night of fun and bites has now grown into a full tour. He performs this weekend at the Bonnaroo Art and Music Festival.
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Thursday, June 8, 2017
Listen to "Lisa Thompson Prepares For K2" on Spreaker. Lisa Thompson is an accomplished mountaineer who has stood on top of six of the world's highest mountains, including Mt. Everest. Her Everest trek was recently featured in Sports lIlustrated’s “Capturing Everest” virtual reality documentary. Throughout her life, she has become adept at gracefully overcoming challenges in order to accomplish astounding things. She is a cancer survivor and, to this day, the only person in her entire family to graduate from college. Since graduation, she’s grown her career from a field service engineer to become the leader of a $25MM organization. Lisa is currently preparing for her most challenging climb to date: K2, a mountain range on the China-Pakistan border. She departs for the trek in June.
Posted by Arroe at 11:55 AM
Listen to "Stephen Jenkins From Third Eye Blind" on Spreaker. Third Eye Blind will celebrate the 20-year anniversary of its eponymous debut this summer with an expanded version of the multi-platinum album that includes several unreleased recordings. The band will also headline an extensive North American tour that begins on June 9 in Miami where the band will play the celebrated album in its entirety throughout the tour. On the same day that the tour begins, Rhino will release multiple versions of THIRD EYE BLIND: 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION, including a double-CD set ($19.98), a three-LP collection presented in a gatefold sleeve ($44.98), and digitally. All versions combine the original album with several unreleased demos and new recordings. For this special anniversary edition, the band recently recorded "Alright Caroline" and "Scattered," two songs that were written for the Third Eye Blind album, but were never fully realized in the studio until now. 3eb made a splash in 1997 when the San Francisco alt-rockers scored a #1 Modern Rock hit with the group's debut single, "Semi-Charmed Life." Later that year, it was named Modern Rock Track of the Year at the Billboard Music Awards. Third Eye Blind spent more than 100 weeks on the Billboard 200 Chart and has been certified six-times platinum in the U.S. by the RIAA. In addition to "Semi-Charmed Life," the album boasted several more major hits: "Graduate," "How's It Going To Be," "Losing A Whole Year" and "Jumper." THIRD EYE BLIND: 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION features unreleased demos for the album track "Semi-Charmed Life" and "Kiss Goodnight," which was later reworked as "Ode To Maybe" for the band's sophomore album, Blue (1999). Also included is the band's cover of the Velvet Underground classic "Heroin," as well as an early version of "Slow Motion" that includes the song's lyrics. The controversial track about the media's glorification of violence was released as an instrumental on Blue. A full version with lyrics did not surface until 2006, when it appeared on A Collection, a greatest hits compilation released by Rhino.
Posted by Arroe at 9:23 AM
Listen to "Shawn Hatosy From Animal Kingdom" on Spreaker. The Codys are back, and the ties that bind them are about to be stretched to the limit when TNT’s hit Animal Kingdom returns for its second season. One of cable’s Top 5 new dramas this past summer, the series about a Southern California crime family stars Emmy® and Tony® winner Ellen Barkin as the matriarch of the Cody clan, Scott Speedman as her second in command and Shawn Hatosy as her volatile, mentally unstable eldest son. Also starring are Ben Robson, Jake Weary, Finn Cole, Molly Gordon and Carolina Guerra. The second season of Animal Kingdom, which has been expanded to 13 episodes, is slated to launch Tuesday, May 30, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) on TNT. Here’s the season 2 trailer for Animal Kingdom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-XD5aBO-RM
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Listen to "Neil Wu Becker From A10" on Spreaker. The ‘rise of apps’ in our lives has evolved to the point they now seem part of our DNA – call it “digital DNA” – and many believe it is impossible and physically uncomfortable to live without them. For some, apps have become our “digital oxygen,” on par with eating, drinking and breathing. Even though apps are a huge part of our lives, it’s easy to be careless with how we use them. When people are more concerned about how an app looks or performs rather than thinking about security, our lack of diligence can cause more problems than we think. This is a key issue spotlighted by a global study from A10 Networks, which examines our attitudes, behavior, and experiences involving apps in our lives and their impact on our personal security. Some of the findings are pretty eye-opening, such as: Half of all global respondents consider apps to be as or almost as important as breathing, eating and drinking. In an emergency, if given the choice of only taking one item, more people would grab their smartphone over a safe with important documents, photo albums, or computer. More respondents would rather leave their house unlocked for a whole day than leave their phone unlocked and unattended on a park bench for just one hour. If forced to choose, people would rather have access to apps than access to sunlight in a 24-hour period. In a test of human sensitivity over physical vs. digital vulnerability, twice as many respondents would rather lose their pants in public than their mobile phone carrying key apps. Although many people consider security risks when downloading an unknown app, they take the risk and exhibit less security diligence the longer they use it. Many lack confidence in app developers’ expertise and prioritization of security in building safe apps. Nearly one in five in their 20s have had their identity stolen. Almost one in three been hacked. Apps have certainly become an integral part of daily life. Just how important are apps to you? Technology Expert, Neil Wu Becker is available to discuss: Are apps a basic human necessity? Are apps essentially “digital oxygen?” And are they as important to some as real oxygen? As we embrace more apps, how does our apathy and behavior involving app usage impact our security individually as well as the security of our friends, families, and employers? Is the new digital or online rite of passage getting hacked or one’s identity stolen? Is getting compromised the new ‘digital life crisis’?
Posted by Arroe at 7:04 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Strumbellas Almost Didn't Happen" on Spreaker. The goal wasn't to create a band. For Simon from Strumbellas it was supposed to be about doing a jam. Make music. But nothing to be taken seriously. Why? Personal fears from a past he couldn't change. This weekend Simon and his band perform at the Bonnaroo Art and Music Festival.
Posted by Arroe at 5:03 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music UpdateTravis Scott Sets His Sights" on Spreaker. The evolution and revolution of music continues to spin through its method of madness. Pealing back the layers of sound identifies the multiple platforms the writers, producers and performers are using to reach fans and followers. Travis Scott sees the industry being a total haven or Indie artists who'll return to the days of flying everywhere and being treated like true stars. This weekend Travis performs at the Bonnaroo Art and Music Festival.
Posted by Arroe at 4:19 AM
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Tory Lanez Makes It Right" on Spreaker. Knowing where you are and how you will recover is the best way to locate the path toward an extremely successful career. We all have those moments when what we know is our art falls flat and out of tune. Tory Lanez had one of those nights in Texas. What he learned from it was how to become that performer that nobody forgets because the quality of the show can't be touched in 2017. This weekend he performs at the Bonnaroo Art and Music Festival.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Ookay Creating His Platform" on Spreaker. Is it the artist that makes the music or the music makes the artist? For master mixer and festival DJ Ookay the stage lights weren't turned on until he fell into the ranks of being a Trap artist. The journey to locate it has introduced music fans to several layers of collaborations. This weekend Ookay performs at the Bonnaroo Art and Music Festival.
Posted by Arroe at 4:04 AM
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Listen to "Candace Cameron Bure From Fuller House" on Spreaker. Candace Cameron Bure is an award winning actress, Emmy nominated television host, producer, New York Times bestselling author, inspirational speaker, and mother who is known to millions worldwide from her role as “D.J. Tanner” on the iconic family sitcom “Full House” and now, “Fuller House” on Netflix. She values her family more than anything. “Being a wife and mother are the single most important roles in my life. They take a lot of work, a lot of patience, but if you put in the effort, it's more fulfilling than anything on earth,” she says. With summer quickly approaching, now’s the time to start planning travel with your loved ones. You can speak with Candace LIVE from the Kalahari Resorts & Conventions in Sandusky, OH about: Why family vacations are important How to choose the right travel destination for your family this summer Kalahari Resorts & Conventions’ exciting, new offerings, including heart-pounding water slides the whole family will enjoy
Posted by Arroe at 8:13 AM
Listen to "Clinton Kelly Still Hates Everyone Except You" on Spreaker. Bestselling author and television host Clinton Kelly pens a hilariously candid, deliciously snarky collection of essays about his journey from awkward kid to slightly-less-awkward adult. Clinton Kelly is probably best known for teaching women how to make their butts look smaller. But in I Hate Everyone, Except You, he reveals some heretofore-unknown secrets about himself, like that he’s a finicky connoisseur of 1980s pornography, a disillusioned critic of New Jersey’s premier water parks, and perhaps the world’s least enthused high-school commencement speaker. Whether he’s throwing his baby sister in the air to jumpstart her cheerleading career or heroically rescuing his best friend from death by mud bath, Clinton leaps life’s social hurdles with aplomb. With his signature wit, he shares his unique ability to navigate the stickiest of situations, like deciding whether it’s acceptable to eat chicken wings with a fork on live television (spoiler: it’s not). Clinton delves into all these topics—and many more—in this thoroughly unabashedly frank and uproarious collection.
Posted by Arroe at 7:40 AM
Listen to "Amber Nash From Archer" on Spreaker. Amber Nash is an actor and improviser best known for her role as “Pam Poovey” on FX’s Emmy Award®-winning animated series Archer. A native of Atlanta, Nash graduated from Georgia State University with a B.S. in Psychology. After graduating, she worked at an outdoor therapeutic program for a few years, living with teens who had emotional and behavioral challenges. During this time, she started taking improv classes and performed regularly at Dad’s Garage Theatre Company, where she still performs, directs and teaches to this day. She is a current member of Laughing Matters and performs on stage in Atlanta year round. She has also worked with Push Push Theatre and The Center for Puppetry Arts. Nash was also involved with the world-renowned improv groups Improv Olympic (iO) and Second City in Chicago. Nash got her start doing animated voice work on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim TV series Frisky Dingo, voicing the roles of “Val,” “Hooker” and a variety of others. Producers and writers Adam Reed and Matt Thompson gave Nash her voice career start and continue to be friends and mentors to this day. Her work on Frisky Dingo led to Nash being cast in the series regular role of “Pam Poovey” on Archer. Nash was also very honored when asked to voice a character in the 100th episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force (“Tabitha”). In addition to her voice career, Nash regularly tours the U.S., Canada and Europe improvising, studying and teaching. She has worked with Second City, performing at the Alliance Theatre and on Norwegian Cruise Lines. She is a regular in online sketches for Dad’s Garage TV and recently produced and starred in the award winning web series Hart of America. Nash has extensive stage experience, having performed in BRAWL, an improvised wrestling show, Clash Titan Clash!, Drove, Fingertips, Invasion: Our Town and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Between seasons of Archer, Nash continues to perform in live productions, travel, participate in panels and appearances, and tweet, in character, as “Pam” from Archer at @pamsgossiptrain or as herself @ambercnash. SEASON 8 CHARACTER DESCRIPTION Detective Sergeant Poovey is the partner and occasional muscle for the crooked cop Figgis. A tough exterior hides a kind heart that persuades Poovey to go easy on Archer even at the risk of incurring the wrath of Figgis. All Poovey really wants is to settle down with a nice wife (wives) and have a couple (twelve) kids.
Posted by Arroe at 6:53 AM