Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Listen to "One Big Love On The Broadcasters Platform" on Spreaker. Two of the craziest songwriters always willing to step up to the microphone and share the process of bringing music forward. Being there in the moment is an incredible vibration but what happens to the creative mind and spirit when the idea of laying down tracks is the furthest away from far? OBL is on the hot seat on the Broadcasters Platform.
Posted by Arroe at 1:25 PM
Listen to "Miss America 2017 Savvy Sheilds Moves Forward" on Spreaker. Savvy Janine Shields of Fayetteville, Arkansas graced the Miss America stage and wowed the judges with her confidence, poise, and talent on September 11th, 2016, when she took home the title of Miss America 2017 and a $50,000 scholarship award. Savvy is a 21-year old senior at the University of Arkansas where she studies Art with a minor in Business. Savvy will travel the country on a year of service to promote her personal platform, "Eat Better, Live Better," which aims to educate people on how the foods we eat make an impact on our lives as a whole. During her year, she will also serve as the National Goodwill Ambassador for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Savvy hopes to use her time as Miss America to advocate for change in the mindset of people across our nation by encouraging them to embrace a lifestyle that can drastically improve their health. Her year is almost up. The "2018 Miss America Competition" returns to Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 at 9:00 - 11:00 PM ET on the ABC Television Network. Savvy travels approximately 20,000 miles per month to speak about her platform, "Eat Better, Live Better" and act as the official National Goodwill Ambassador for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Savvy also promotes Miss America's mission of empowering young women through scholarship assistance and supports our military through USO visits and fundraising activities.
Posted by Arroe at 12:35 PM
Listen to "Wolf Hoffman From Accept" on Spreaker. Wolf Hoffmann is the musician and the pivotal figure in the band Accept, whereas he generates the music and plays the guitar. He truly believes in his band and devoutly loves his work. If you ever attended Accept live show, you’ve seen it all yourself… But besides heavy metal, the guitarist adores the classical music. Every once in a while Hoffmann weaves some immortal classical fragments into Accept songs and he does it with a grand style. But that is not enough for him. In 1999 he recorded his debut instrumental solo album called «Classical», which fully consisted of classical stuff, played in Accept sound: groovy riffs and mind blowing guitar solos. The only Author’s piece was «Western Sky». Some of the album tracks were occasionally played by Wolf during Accept shows as a solo performance. The second Wolf Hoffmann’s solo album is made in the same tone as the previous one. The musician recorded 11 classical tracks, originated by Beethoven, Mussorgsky, Bizet, Vivaldi, Albinoni, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Puccini, Massenet and Bach. The only fundamental difference between «Headbangers Symphony» and «Classical» is this time Mr. Hoffmann involved the Czech National Symphony Orchestra. And this had made it possible the album to sound monumentally, luxuriously and spaciously. It’s natural that before Wolf Hoffmann many have tried to combine heavy metal and the classics. Some of them succeeded, some are not. But in case of Wolf Hoffmann, this works perfect. That’s because he plays exactly what he has passion for. There is no hypocrisy in his «Headbangers Symphony». /Translation from Russian – Andrey Golovkin/
Posted by Arroe at 11:47 AM
Listen to "T Jefferson Parker The Room Of White Fire" on Spreaker. A former Marine, Roland Ford has devoted his life to fighting the good fight—to doing what is right and just, for himself, his country, and the people he loves. But now, some 15 years later, after leaving the Corps and subsequently losing his beloved young wife in a plane crash, Ford is a broken man. To make ends meet, Ford has become a private detective near San Diego. He’s good at his job, and it’s earned him a reputation as one of the best trackers on the West Coast. On the outside, the mental-health facility known as Arcadia looks extraordinary, but looks can be deceiving. At its heart, Arcadia is essentially a prison—and now, one of its most enigmatic residents has managed to escape. Clay Hickman came to Arcadia three years ago. An Air Force vet, he served in the second Iraq war and was deemed a danger to himself and others, suffering from schizoaffective disorder and bipolar syndrome. He was violent and depressed. Or at least that’s what Ford learns when he is hired to find Hickman. What’s immediately intriguing to Ford is the cast of people surrounding Hickman, both before and after his escape. The mystery will truly unravel when Ford begins to suspect the truth: Clay Hickman’s military record is not what it is purported to be. Someone has fudged the truth, and whatever really happened—both to him and because of him—is perhaps the reason that Clay has gone into hiding and so many people are eager to find him… and why some will kill to get to him.
Posted by Arroe at 8:27 AM
Listen to "Miss Krystle Inevitable Is Released" on Spreaker. Miss Krystle returns to the forefront of music with an explosive new Fall song Inevitable. She's described by fans as the Pop version of Evanescence. She is a singer, songwriter, composer and producer. Krystle has released singles with international gold and platinum award-winning songwriter, Gardner Cole and is currently working with pop-producer Ziplock as well as Jonathan Smith. She has composed original soundtracks for feature films such as Speak No Evil. Krystle credits her love of dark music and performance art to acts like Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, Rammstein, Disturbed, Lady Gaga and Korn. She credits influences of her upcoming music to Maroon 5, Celldweller, and Lana Del Rey.
Posted by Arroe at 6:57 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update 21 Savage" on Spreaker. Image is everything. It's drilled into our passion and drive. What happens when what brought you to the top of the favorites list no longer fits within well written chapters? 21 Savage is very open with how he's influenced a lot of followers. But has it changed him? His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Bank Account.
Posted by Arroe at 4:14 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Milo Gore" on Spreaker. We're all familiar with the ancient question about what came first the chicken or the egg. Lets put our focus on music. Is it the lyrics that arrive in the opening of the experience or do the beats and riffs give the writer a stage? Milo Gore puts a lot of importance on those storytelling thoughts. It's his band that reaches beyond the pages filled with words and turn the moment into a musical download. His latest EP on rBeatz Radio is Watch The Tide.
Posted by Arroe at 3:36 AM
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Listen to "Great Solar Eclipse" on Spreaker. Maybe it's too early. But the most recent solar eclipse had to come with a mission and or story. Things so majestic and once in a lifetime don't appear in front of us for entertainment value. Rather than look upward at the bright light my choice was to sit in a forest. To observe nature during the process of the moons shadow silencing the sun's ray of light. What I fell witness to was a different vibration. All things in the forest except an owl became silent. There were no birds soaring through the tree limbs. There were no nearby deer or squirrels. The temperature dropped and then everything became faded. Not dark. But faded. I sat listening. To watch if God was going to whisper. To reach out and touch a spook if it escaped it's place in history. I was there to be aware. And what I found was a reason to keep evolving.
Posted by Arroe at 6:04 AM
Monday, August 21, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update LP Becoming That DJ" on Spreaker. Nobody wakes up and says, "I think I'm going to be a club DJ." I mean it could happen but... DJ LP was on a mission. One that started with walking into a party and realizing they could one day be the life and energy. Getting there meant knowing the vibes and the requirements to keep it original.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Miss Krystal Ineviitable" on Spreaker. What gives a song it's separate source of energy isn't always the bass beats and guitar riffs but rather the lyrics. Miss Krystle's newest release on rBeatz Radio is Inevitable. It layers a lot of common ground. The best way to do that is to locate the proper respect for organic creative purpose while allowing business of music become a behavior linked to true structure.
Posted by Arroe at 3:29 AM
Friday, August 18, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Joyryde" on Spreaker. When we think of those great moments with our Fathers so many memories are attached to learning how to throw a baseball or pulling off a huge professional wrestling match in front of the flat screen TV. Joyryde's greatest conquer was the day his father shared with him a CD mix of his music mixes complete with an album cover. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is I Ware House.
Posted by Arroe at 4:07 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Martin Garrix" on Spreaker. Here we are in the center of the 2017 Festival Season. The master mixers are running from city to city to ignite the night lights. But there has to be practice time. Where does someone like Martin Garrix disappear into to fine tune his craft or layout the vibes of a new vision. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is There You Are.
Posted by Arroe at 3:28 AM
Thursday, August 17, 2017
Listen to "T Money Green The Bass Lives On" on Spreaker. Edward Tony Green a.k.a. T. Money Green is a bass player best known for his work with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, George Clinton, Warren G, and The Dramatics. His playing can be heard on almost every song that was released by Death Row records during the early to mid-1990s. After 20 years as bass player and band director for The Dramatics, Green landed the job of bass player and band director for Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. He is also well-known for his writing, recording, producing, mixing, and mastering songs. He also produced one of the singles on the soundtrack for the 1994 film Above the Rim, which won Soundtrack of the Year at the 1995 Source Awards. T. Money continues to work with Warren G, Nate Dogg, and other hip-hop artists. Edward Tony Green was born September 22, 1956 in Mt. Clements, Michigan at Selfridge Air Force Base. He attended pasture Elementary School, Hampton Jr. High School, and Mumford High School. He is right handed but plays bass upside down. T Money has been involved in over 100 hit songs to date. His first gold album credit was by The Dramatics in 1977. He is the son of Rene Shaw and Roy Edward Green. His father, Roy Edward Green, was a decorated soldier in the US Air Force who served during the Vietnam War from start to finish. Roy passed at the age of 41. T Money’s step father is William Austin, a bassist best known for his work with Ester Philips, Glory Lynn, Sonny Stit, Spanky Wilson, and many others on the jazz scene. T. Money started playing the bass when he was 14 years old. His skills have made him one of the most sought-after and respected bass guitarists in the industry. Forming his first real band in 1971, the original ‘Roadwork’ band, T. Money quickly moved on to work with The Dramatics (1974–1992). His involvement with the group ranged from sideman to co-writing and arranging songs to touring the world. T. Money then went on to produce David Ruffin Jr., son of the late David Ruffin, traveling the world as a bass player and producer for Death Row Records (1992–1995). He assisted in the creation of the ‘Gangsta Rap’ sound that can be heard in hit tracks like Gin & Juice, Doggy Dogg World, California Love, and You Can’t See Me. T. Money currently works with his new 'Roadwork' band while continuing to mentor and work closely with some of Detroit’s finest musicians and performers including, Shadow, Misfit, Maverick, David Ruffin Jr., David Shelton, Skenz, Miss Lulu, and Andy Miles
Listen to "Mag Butterly The Broadcasters Platform" on Spreaker. I live by these words, "Share your story or someone will write it for you." Sometimes you get tired of words printed on paper. So much of the journey is edited out or the publication will be a five part novel. One week after celebrating her 8th year with the Paul Schadt Morning Show on 969 The Kat, I wanted to bring love and light to the other side of this extremely creative radio performer. Taking the industry forward is a vision meant for inner strength and unending connections.
Posted by Arroe at 11:04 AM
Listen to "Carl Palmer Band On Tour" on Spreaker. Palmer, who was voted by ROLLING STONE as one of the 10 Greatest Drummers of All Time, is also a founding member of ASIA. Since he began in the business in the 1960s Carl Palmer has sold over 50 million records! Here is a video clip explaining the show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAuCHGifvqY&feature=youtu.be Since 2001, Carl has fronted a 3 piece power trio: guitar, bass & drums doing the classically driven rock hits of ELP with NO KEYBOARDS. He has totally reinvented the music of ELP with this trio, which tours regularly around the world (including 5 hugely successful North & South American tours). If you can imagine, ELP with Steve Vai or Joe Satriani in the band instead of Keith Emerson, that is sort of what it is about. Here are some links for your review: Welcome Back, My Friends: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tj7pUi36xSY Hoedown: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8cc_nH0o1M Tarkus: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bs-FX2XEKkU Pictures at an Exhibition: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=968mDjE_3U0
Posted by Arroe at 9:53 AM
Listen to "Chef Tom Colicchio Building A Better Sandwich" on Spreaker. Tom Colicchio has been the head judge on every season of Bravo’s reality TV show “Top Chef” as well as the host for “Best New Restaurant.”. He is the founder of ‘wichcraft, a New York City-founded sandwich shop with eight locations across the country, and Crafted Hospitality, whose family of restaurants includes Craft, Riverpark, Fowler & Wells, Craftsteak, Beachcraft and Heritage Steak. Colicchio has also received critical acclaim for Gramercy Tavern in New York City, where he formerly served as a co-owner and the executive chef, and is the recipient of five James Beard Foundation Awards for his accomplishments as a chef, including the highly-coveted “Outstanding Chef” award (May 2015).
Posted by Arroe at 7:41 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Arcade Fire" on Spreaker. The momentum of today's singer/songwriters was pushed forward by the inspirations picked up along the way. For Arcade Fire being in the crowd of a Cure concert ignited more than a flame in the chapters they continue to write. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Electric Blue.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Don Diablo" on Spreaker. We've been trained to believe that the masters of music sit down in their private places of play and poof the egg is laid. There's a new songs to be set free. For Don Diablo he's had those moments when every decision and guest brought in to bring the lyrics to life didn't truly have a payoff. The song Give It All physically took two years.
Posted by Arroe at 3:41 AM
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Listen to "Linda Purl From Bender" on Spreaker. From First-Time Director John Alexander Comes This Horrifying Tale of Frontier Mayhem, Starring Linda Purl, Bruce Davison, Buck Taylor and Horror Icon James Karen, Arriving on DVD ($19.99) and Digital HD Based on the horrifying true story of America's first serial killing family, BENDER proves that blood-thirsty madness and tall grass grow equally on the prairie. On August 1, Candy Factory Films unearths this frontier thriller from first-time director John Alexander featuring a stellar ensemble cast with Linda Purl, Bruce Davison, Buck Taylor and horror icon James Karen. It's 1870s Kansas, and people have started to mysteriously vanish on the plains. When the troubled Doctor York goes searching for answers, he stumbles upon the Benders, a homesteading family with an unnatural way of living off the land. And when the good doctor also disappears, the locals sense that the Benders may be farming more than wheat. With the sheriff circling and insanity afoot, America's first serial killing family must decide what to do with their latest harvest in a 19th century thriller that'll make your blood run cold. CAST . James Karen (The Return of the Living Dead, The Pursuit of Happyness, Wall Street) . Linda Purl ("The Office", "Homeland") . Bruce Davison (X-Men, "The Fosters", Longtime Companion) . Buck Taylor ("Gunsmoke", Cowboys & Aliens)
Posted by Arroe at 12:10 PM
Listen to "Paul Luftenegger Set To Release Faith" on Spreaker. International recording artist Paul Luftenegger is preparing for his new collection of songs titled Faith to spread across the globe. The music is timeless in the way that it embraces the atmosphere of where every nation in the world can grow from. Because the project was financed by fans in every corner of the planet he will spend the next month showcasing what their love has delivered.
Posted by Arroe at 11:32 AM
Listen to "Jessica Siskin Treat Yourself" on Spreaker. Beginning with just butter, marshmallows, and crispy rice cereal, readers have the opportunity to channel Jessica’s creative spirit and use step-by-step instructions and templates to create crowd-pleasing desserts guaranteed to satisfy their sweet tooth and amp up their Instagram game. From A (apples) to Z (zebra), the projects included in TREAT YOURSELF! How to Make 93 Ridiculously Fun No-Bake Crispy Rice Treats (On sale: August 8, 2017; Workman Publishing) from Jessica Siskin, food artist and entrepreneur behind the cool and creative custom crispy rice treat company, Misterkrisp……are easier than they look (spoiler alert: Jessica can’t cook) and use inexpensive and easy-to-find ingredients. There is a delectable, cool treat creation to fit every mood and every occasion. Here’s just a taste of what TREAT YOURSELF! has to offer for your next gathering, birthday party, rainy-day activity, bake sale, or sweet gesture:
Posted by Arroe at 7:32 AM
Listen to "Courtney Dasher And Tuna" on Spreaker. Adding a new dog to a household is an exciting event. According to the American Pet Products Association, approximately 44 percent of all U.S. households have a dog1. As many of us have experienced, the first few months of being a new pet owner can be tough – but they don’t have to be! He’s one of the hottest hounds on the internet! Tuna (Instagram: www.instagram.com/tunameltsmyheart) and his owner, Courtney Dasher, are available for interviews and Courtney can share: Important tips about pet ownership How you can help your pets adjust to their new homes Advice on helping to keep your pups happy and healthy You’ve heard of a bridal shower and a baby shower, how about a puppy shower? Courtney shares the keys to a paw-fect party! How life has changed since Tuna’s social media stardom
Posted by Arroe at 6:12 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Skrillex" on Spreaker. When you were part of the birth of something huge the labels follow you. Reaching beyond the circles shape requires courage. Skrillex has pushed the limits of description by participating with all genres of sights and sounds. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Poo Bear Would You Ever.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Killy" on Spreaker. It still happens today. From out of nowhere a blast of energy arrives in the moment and today becomes the first step of a brand new beginning. Actors, authors, musicians and performers are born everyday while wearing a pair of adult shoes. Killy knows that story all too well. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Kilimanjaro.
Posted by Arroe at 3:40 AM
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Listen to "Jarrett KobekThe Future Won't be Long" on Spreaker. THE FUTURE WON’T BE LONG centers on Adeline—featured years later in I Hate the Internet—a wealthy art student in New York City who chances upon a young man from the Midwest known only as Baby in a shady East Village squat. The two begin a fiery friendship which propels them through a decade of New York life punctuated by the deaths of Warhol, Basquiat, Wojnarowicz, by the Tompkins Square Park riots, and by the rise of club kid culture. Adeline is fiercely protective of Baby, but he soon takes over his own education. Once just a kid off the bus from Wisconsin, Baby soon finds himself at the center of the club kid social scene, cavorting with Michael Alig and James St. James at The Tunnel, Limelight, and Alig’s infamous “Outlaw Party” at a midtown McDonald’s. As Adeline and Baby both develop into the artists they never expected to become, Kobek pays tribute to the last gasps of the gritty, drug-fueled scene of the East Village as gentrifiers begin to trickle in.
Posted by Arroe at 11:50 AM
Listen to "Brian from Burden Of The Sky Same Old Page" on Spreaker. Burden of the Sky is an American Alternative Metal/Rock band based out of Bloomington, Illinois. Influenced by bands such as Breaking Benjamin, Sevendust, and Chevelle; B.O.T.S. was formed by guitarist Josh Appel and Bradford Shaw. The lineup was completed in March of 2015 with the addition of Brian Barry (vocals), Rick Streeter (drums), Dustin Tritsch (bass) and Michael Mahoney (keyboards). The debut album ‘Cinis Ad Cinis’ was produced, mixed and mastered by award winning Nashville Producer/Engineer Colt Capperrune of Dark River Studios. With an expected release date of early 2017, ‘Cinis Ad Cinis’ will introduce the world to Burden of the Sky. The first single, “Same Old Page” was originally released in April of 2016 to an overwhelming response and a demand for more music.
Posted by Arroe at 11:22 AM
Listen to "Bruce Campbell From Ash vs Evil Dead" on Spreaker. Hail to the Chin is the new raucous and sardonic memoir from Bruce Campbell, a follow-up to the New York Times bestselling If Chins Could Kill. It's been 15 years since his first memoir but Bruce is still living the dream as a "B" movie king in an "A" movie world. Bruce Campbell makes his triumphant return from where he left off in If Chins Could Kill with further hilarious, gut-wrenchingly honest confessions. Bruce brings us through his life in the decade since his first memoir and his roles as varied as they are numerous- from his roles in the Spider-Man movies to his self-referential My Name is Bruce to his role on #1 show Burn Notice and his new STARZ hit series Ash vs Evil Dead. Over the last 15 years, Bruce has become a regular on the Wizard World convention circuit, has created his @GroovyBruce twitter account with over 400,000 followers and a Facebook page with almost 250,000 likes. His profile and reach is lightyears beyond where it was for Chins. Hail to the Chin will be bursting with pictures and the signature humor that Bruce brought to If Chins Could Kill and will be devoured by his legions of fans across the country. BRUCE CAMPBELL QUICK BIO In 1979 with Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert, Campbell filmed The Evil Dead, in which he starred and co-executive produced. Stephen King dubbed it "the most ferociously original horror film of the year." Bruce has written back-to-back New York Times bestsellers, appeared in all three Sam Raimi's Spider-Man movies, and in 2013, he completed a seven-year run on Burn Notice, USA's #1 show on cable. In a return to his B-movie roots, he completed the second season of the Ash Vs. Evil Dead TV series on Starz in 2016.
Posted by Arroe at 8:26 AM
Listen to "Bo Thompson From 1110 WBT" on Spreaker. In an age of digital change. There still has to be a solid footing. To create an imprint is one thing. To be the imprint is the another. Bo Thompson's journey toward being invited to host mornings on a powerhouse News/Talk station in the southeastern part of the United States looks incredible on a resume. But rarely if ever do those choosing to tune in hear the story of how it came into being. A twenty plus year process that's been fueled by a true Broadcasters passion while keeping a firm grip on the city that watched him grow up.
Posted by Arroe at 7:38 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update LP" on Spreaker. Rather than turn a twist of fate into an ill fated adventure of potential silence... Singer songwriter LP made music. She admits it's some of the best to flow from the edge of her creative outlet and expression. She's proof that musical politics can be overbearing but in the end the artist within still has a voice. The latest release from LP on rBeatz Radio is When We're High.
Posted by Arroe at 5:02 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Loud Luxury" on Spreaker. We've all endured those moments when the mere mention of those three letters has caused friends and family to cringe. E.D.M. No matter which way you walk the vibe and beats have infected every genre of this modern wave of sound. College campuses are alive with the movement with students who've created mix groups like Loud Luxury. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Show Me.
Posted by Arroe at 4:24 AM
Monday, August 14, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update DJ Stavo" on Spreaker. DJ Stavo loves sharing what puts the beat in his vibration. It's sharing true to life messages on social media. He's extremely in love with his family and kids and loves how fans and followers have embraced his personal life and willingness to be extremely down to earth. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is The Journey.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Chris Lake" on Spreaker. From the huge festival crowds to the global connection on radio stations and digital broadcasts, we talk a lot about the exciting parts of what it's like to live in a pair of superstar shoes. Rarely do we flip the conversation over and unveil the not so enjoyable. Chris Lake it's the airplane ride. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is I Want You.
Posted by Arroe at 3:45 AM
Friday, August 11, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Alex Metric On Becoming" on Spreaker. Electronic Music has captured the attention of so many different artists representing every genre on the planet. Alex Metric was totally into Indie until he stepped toward the world of dance. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Freeek. It showcases the depth of his love for all shapes and sounds of music.
Posted by Arroe at 4:13 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Watermat On Creating" on Spreaker. The creation of the right mix isn't always instantly available. Being out front at festivals and clubs requires your art to have its own identity. For Watermat that means spending a lot of time in the studio playing with instruments. Searching for that next level of attention grabbing. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Ruff Like This.
Posted by Arroe at 3:50 AM
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Listen to "Freddy Rule Backstage" on Spreaker. Recently voted as the #2 DJ in Colorado for 2016 by Electronic Colorado, Freddy Rule has been a rising star in the thriving house music community in Denver. With his music heavily influenced by Dirtybird, Night Bass and Confession labels, he is the perfect fit between the commercial edm scene and the underground tech house / techno scene. Freddy has played major festivals such as Global Dance Festival, Decadence and Cloak & Dagger. His precision mixing skills has earned him direct support for some of the biggest house artists in the world when they play in Denver.
Posted by Arroe at 1:05 PM
Listen to "Karin Slaughter The Good Daughter" on Spreaker. In 2015, New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling author, Karin Slaughter dazzled readers with her explosive and chilling standalone thriller, Pretty Girls. Last summer, Slaughter fans rejoiced with publication of The Kept Woman, a twisty police procedural featuring Georgia detective, Will Trent, which marked the highly-anticipated return to her popular series. In THE GOOD DAUGHTER (On Sale: August 8, 2017), twenty-eight years ago, Charlotte and Samantha Quinn's happy small-town family life was torn apart by a terrifying attack on their family home. It left their mother dead, their father—Pikeville’s notorious defense attorney—devastated, and their family fractured beyond repair, consumed by secrets from that terrible night. Now Charlie has followed in her father's footsteps to become a lawyer herself—the ideal good daughter. But when violence comes to Pikeville again with a violent tragedy that leaves the whole town traumatized, Charlie is plunged into a nightmare. Not only is she the first witness on the scene, but it's a case that unleashes the terrible memories she's spent so long trying to suppress. Because the surprising truth about the crime which destroyed her family nearly thirty years ago won't stay buried forever. Packed with Slaughter’s trademark intensity, emotional depth, shocking twists and turns, and masterfully created characters, THE GOOD DAUGHTER is fiction at its best. This novel is the perfect example of why thrillers are so exhilarating and why publicizing them is so exciting.
Posted by Arroe at 11:00 AM
Listen to "Ralph Holguin From RMD Garage On Velocity" on Spreaker. As a high school dropout who grew up in a disadvantaged neighborhood, Ralph Holguin was unlikely to succeed, let alone own his own company and become a millionaire. However, he overcame the odds, creating RMD Garage, one of the nation's hottest automotive restoration shops, and starring in the all-new Velocity TV series RMD Garage. In 1991, Ralph launched a small local car wash at the age of 19, and with just $600 to his name, he set upon his dream to become a success in the auto industry. After many years of hard work and hustle, he introduced RMD Garage in Southern California, a wildly popular restoration shop that restores and customizes classic cars into show-stopping, remarkable vehicles that have caught the attention of car aficionados across the country. In the first episode of RMD Garage, we'll see Ralph's outstanding creations come to life, including a 1958 Chevy Apache Dream Catcher, a 1962 Bel Air Bubbletop, and a 1957 Lincoln Continental. On July 31, Ralph can share the amazing inspirational story behind his success and his advice for other young entrepreneurs, as well as the new show RMD Garage and some of his favorite creations.
Posted by Arroe at 10:03 AM
Listen to "Sean McFate Deep Black" on Spreaker. Writing withNew York Timesbestselling author Bret Witter, SEAN MCFATE burst into the military action thriller genre with his highly-praised debut "Shadow War" which theProvidence Journalcalled “A tour de force.” Leaning on his experiences working in the private military industry, the U.S. Army and Amnesty International, McFate returns to the world of military contractor Tom Locke in DEEP BACK (Morrow, on sale 8/8/2017)). After a mission goes horribly wrong in the Ukraine, Locke is on the run from his former employer Apollo Outcomes, a private military corporation led by the treacherous Brad Winters. Locke and his team travel to Iraq, where they find work rescuing refugees trapped behind ISIS lines, often paid next to nothing. Meanwhile, in Paris a motorcade is ambushed by masked men, who corner a Saudi prince and steal a briefcase handcuffed to his wrist. A thousand miles away in Istanbul, the prince's brother receives a mysterious phone call, and moments later, he narrowly escapes a black ops ambush after a dash through the grand bazaar. In Iraq, a stranger approaches Locke and offers him good money to track down the young prince, whom they fear has joined ISIS. What Locke doesn't know is that multiple sides of a clandestine war are scrambling to find the prince; that he may be holding the key to a new world order; and that his father may or may not be using him to topple the Saudi government. As Locke pushes deeper into ISIS territory, he must navigate both the on-the-ground battle lines and the larger Deep State war he has stumbled into yet again.
Posted by Arroe at 8:34 AM
Listen to "Alex From Best Behavior" on Spreaker. Compared to other rock bands, a crowd notorious for its outsize egos, Best Behavior's sense of brotherhood might seem too good to be true. Hailing from Brooklyn, songwriter and guitarist Alex Gruenburg, Jon Mann (guitar) Dan Jacobson (bass), and Chris Jimenez (drums), crash together with the kind of swagger that would be hard to fabricate. Alex is an eclectic, taking cues from the classics of surf rock, hip hop, and Britpop. Taken all together, their music chronicles something like a New Yorker's fantasy about L.A - catchy dance-meets-garage-pop melodies reminiscent of cinematic palm trees and sunsets. #nofilter, but everyone knows the view’s a little too pretty to be real. Absorbed in their early morning reverie, the band is always evolving. Best Behavior’s debut album, Good Luck Bad Karma, is the soundtrack to the kind of Friday night that starts with a shot of whiskey (no chaser) and ends with slices at dawn. Not an unremarkable evening by any means, but with their latest string of singles, they're headed somewhere new. It’s still a party, but it’s moved outdoors, with flashes of synth, neon lights, and spiked lemonade. It's Phil Spector for the digital age: the wall of strings has been replaced by a barrage of beats, bells, and xylophones. With Best Behavior, life imitates art. The party they sing about is the party they seem to ignite. A little something for the strange children of the world. With each wave of sound, you find yourself spirited away. The scene disappears, and you feel as though you have your thumb on the pulse of the night. You’re caught and conquered on a sticky ballroom floor. And still, all the way home, you'll blink out the hypnotic rhythm of rock ‘n’ roll, readying yourself for where their party will take you next.
Posted by Arroe at 7:57 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update KSHMR On Translation" on Spreaker. Being a Global artist requires more than the right beats and lyrics. To reach a circle of fans and followers KSHMR believes the requirement is speaking the street. He's a visual person. Every song that spins into play must be part of the story. The properly displayed designs on the screen must be in the language of the country you've been invited to perform in. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is The Serpent.
Posted by Arroe at 4:02 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Mary J Blige New Age Of Change" on Spreaker. There's always a deeper journey within the waves and beats of all things that come in the shape of art. Whether you choose to listen to the true message or bend the vision to suit your purpose the artist still had to endure the depths of challenge and change in order to help you create what has become the soundtrack to your moment. Mary J Blige has been on a journey and the reaction to her comeback is one of the best shapes of sound to date. Her latest release on rBeatz Radio is the Riddick remix of Family Affair.
Posted by Arroe at 3:39 AM
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Charlie Puth On Playingn Live" on Spreaker. For Charlie Puth the songs begin in the closed in comforts of his bedroom. From there it's shared with the rest of the world. He admits how difficult it is to digest the process of how lyrics and beats can move in such a direction. His latest song on rBeatz Radio is Attention. To see fans at Wembly Stadium singing it with him was a life changing moment.
Posted by Arroe at 4:22 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Best Behavior Talks Keeping It Real" on Spreaker. The moment you bring up the computerized digital shape of modern technology many industries cringe. Machines have replaced a lot of people. Music on the other hand has learned to adapt to the incarnation. Alex from Best Behavior admits to using the brilliance and availability of digital but has remained true to his source of sound. The latest release from Best Behavior on rBeatz Radio is Say.
Posted by Arroe at 3:34 AM
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update J Balvin Talks Openly" on Spreaker. Becoming that Global artist requires more than learning how to speak English. For J Balvin he continues to put his entire focus on the vibe. He says that has bigger impact on those attending his live performances. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Mi Gente. His first release since experiencing a life threatening airplane crash in the Bahamas.
Posted by Arroe at 4:30 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Miss Krystle New Music" on Spreaker. Creating new music is only part of the process of growing into a pair of performance shoes. rBeatz artist Miss Kystyle divides her day into respected areas of person as well as professional growth. I allows her to put her mindset in the future by thinking of the video before the song. Her newest song Inevitable is set for release on August 22nd.
Posted by Arroe at 3:56 AM
Monday, August 7, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Valentino Khan The Switch" on Spreaker. The story behind the story. The art of bringing your love for music forward. Not all master mixers and festival DJ's blasted onto the music scene having a love affair with the EDM beat. Valentino Khan from the world of Hip Hop. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Pump.
Posted by Arroe at 4:29 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Bodyrox Remix" on Spreaker. The biggest playgrounds aren't always located local schools or amusement parks. The world of creative waves and beats serves as the proper place to activate an imagination that's been laying down tracks late into the early morning hours of a new sun rising. Bodyrox is back with Yeah Yeah on rBeatz Radio.
Posted by Arroe at 4:08 AM
Friday, August 4, 2017
Listen to "Matt Whipkey Driver" on Spreaker. Matt Whipkey is an acclaimed singer songwriter and guitarist from Omaha, NE. Having earned the Omaha Arts and Entertainment Awards for artist and album of the year in 2013, Whipkey’s live band features some of the city’s finest. In a city internationally renowned for top-tier songwriting, Whipkey balances musical execution with artistic instinct. According to rock and roll connoisseur Tim McMahan, “He’s something of a throwback to a simpler time, before the advent of slumped-shouldered, indifferent indie hip-stars who go out of their way to ignore the audience with dollops of you’re-lucky-we’re-even-performing contempt. Whipkey, on the other hand, is the ultimate stage performer, not satisfied if even one crowd member isn’t “into it,” whether it’s on a tiny lounge stage or at a mammoth amphitheater. Whipkey was born for the arena.” – Lazy-i.com
Posted by Arroe at 12:22 PM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update T Money Green's Modern Beat" on Spreaker. The bass beats behind Dre and Snoop has kept his rhythm alive in Detroit. He's currently collaborating with every genre of sound in the Motor City to reopen the doors for the world of music business to return to some pretty fertile soil. T Money Green's latest release on rBeatz Radio is Detroit.
Posted by Arroe at 4:21 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Zeke Beats Scratching Champ" on Spreaker. What I took music in high school we put focus on the writing and harmonies of the Beatles. Since the incarnation of dance into the life and style of a modern society the evolution of sound has been passed forward to students like Zeke Beats. He has since become one of the greatest scratchers not only in Australia but the world.
Posted by Arroe at 3:46 AM
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Listen to "Janet Gardner Releases Rat Hole" on Spreaker. As the lead vocalist of the legendary female rock band Vixen, Janet Gardner's powerful vocals propelled Vixen to the top of the Billboard charts with crossover hits "Edge of a Broken Heart" and "Cryin’'" and AOR rockers "How Much Love" and "Love is a Killer." Vixen toured extensively, grinding out 200 shows per year, opening for the likes of Deep Purple, Ozzy Osbourne, The Scorpions, Kiss, and Bon Jovi. In an era primarily dominated by male rock musicians, Vixen's all-female line up didn't come without its struggles. But their undeniable musicianship, matched with Gardner's unique and powerful vocal style, propelled the band quickly to Gold Album status and earned the band critically acclaimed success that is still celebrated to this day on the likes of Sirius XM, MTV/VH-1 Classic, and nationally syndicated specialty radio shows. Vixen, along with their predecessors, helped pave the way for the current wave and success of female-fronted acts such as Halestorm, In This Moment, The Pretty Reckless, and many others. Teaming up with guitarist/songwriter/producer Justin James (who has worked with members of Staind, Collective Soul, and Tyketto), Gardner ventured into the solo realm to unleash a new side of her musical creativity. Together, Janet and Justin have penned a collection of emotionally charged songs with gritty grooves, infectious hooks, and inspired lyrics that merge hard rock influences from the last four decades. The result is a perfect blend of modern hard rock with a touch of old school flare that will turn the heads of generations of rock fans. A sample teaser was put up on YouTube and literally exploded overnight. The power duo was quickly snatched up by Pavement Entertainment with a full-length release coming on August 18, 2017. Janet Gardner has once again proven herself as a leader in the female-fronted hard rock world.
Listen to "Joyzu Take Over" on Spreaker. Joyzu formed of Quinton Pope & Carson Willms prove that true grit and uncompromised tenacity when it comes to creating music will progress their future bass sound into the ever changing landscape of dance music. Their combined passion for music and versatile expression as performers broadcasts their undeniable talent, and presents them as an unmissable act for 2017. This commanding talent has lead to the new release of their single ‘Running’ via TBM (Armada records) on January 5th, along with several other originals and remixes planned for the year. 2017 is unstoppable when it comes to Joyzu, they are re-writing the book and shattering conventions of proving-grounds as the ones to watch. ‘Hear you Say ft. Olivia Reid’ now stacks over half a million streams on Spotify alone, along with inclusion in DJ Reggies 2016 Tomorrowland compilation mix and was most recently featured on The Martin Garrix Show. This alongside stunning performances at festivals such as SnowGlobe and other appearances with choice DJs like Liquid stranger, NERO, Sex Panther and Krewella certainly shows again they have the spine to only move forward progressing from strength to strength. With plans for extensive performances across N. America, S. America, Canada, and Mexico already in motion, there’s no glass ceiling with how far Joyzu will take their sound and show. They are cementing their name into 2017, so you better remember it.
Posted by Arroe at 11:10 AM
Listen to "Mark Slaughter Returns Half Way There" on Spreaker. Legendary Hard Rock vocalist Mark Slaughter has announced the upcoming release of his sophomore solo release HALFWAY THERE, being released in MAY Worldwide via EMP LABEL GROUP, the US based label of Megadeth bassist David Ellefson. HALFWAY THERE, the follow up to 2015’s independently released REFLECTIONS IN A REAR VIEW MIRROR, is a stunning return to form for Slaughter, channeling the familiar Hard Rock sensibility of classic-era SLAUGHTER releases like Stick it to Ya and The Wild Life on “Hey You” and emotionally-charged title track “Halfway There”, with a mature, progressive, Metal bent, evidenced on cuts like “Devoted”, “Conspiracy”, and “Reckless”. Produced and co-mixed by Slaughter with John Cranfield (AFI, Andy Grammer), with art by famed horror/album artist “Mister” Sam Shearon (Rob Zombie, Iron Maiden, KISS, Clive Barker) HALFWAY THERE is slated to be released May 26th in North America by EMP LABEL GROUP/AMPED, and EMP/SPV in Europe, and May 10th in Japan via EMP LABEL GROUP/UNIVERSAL. Mark will tour Japan in May with Slaughter, supporting RATT, in conjunction with the Japanese release of the LP, with shows in Nagoya, Osaka, and a performance at the Tokyo Metal Summit, May 14th with Ratt, Sebastian Bach, E’nuff Z’nuff, and more. Not only is HALFWAY THERE a blistering showcase of Slaughter’s seemingly never-ending vocal abilities, but a glowing testament to his perpetually underserved prowess as a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, handling all production, engineering, songwriting, arrangements, guitar, and the bulk of the album’s instrumentation himself. Slaughter says, “My first solo record (Reflections in a Rear View Mirror) was kinda getting back on the horse, so to speak. I mean doing everything and recording... I’m taking on a lot more tasks as an engineer/producer/ writer on all this… because I’m doing everything. Ultimately at the end of the day, anybody who is a SLAUGHTER fan, will certainly understand that I am a large part of the Slaughter sound and vibe, so obviously if you like that, it’s in there. It’s just that I take a lot more liberties on the solo side that I probably wouldn’t do when it’s a group effort.”
Posted by Arroe at 9:44 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Miknna Works The New Crowd" on Spreaker. If it doesn't look and feel like EDM or Dance does it still get the invitation to perform at the largest festivals. For Miknna the answer is yes. The fans reacted in ways that reached beyond expectation. The mission to reach new levels of play was Grade A positive.
Posted by Arroe at 6:10 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Freddy Rule Played It Backwards" on Spreaker. Master Mixers and performers aren't always the first out of the creative blocks to display their art. For Freddy Rule his presentation didn't begin until after college. He jokingly admits that he's played the game of music and business backwards.
Posted by Arroe at 5:30 AM
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Listen to "Redd Teams Up With Other Detroit Artists" on Spreaker. Page through any book of music history and you'll quickly see how important the musicians of Detroit helped shape the sound of music. It was completely natural to waddle through the ranks of getting known then bolt for the west coast. Today the artists of Detroit are standing united to bring the music back to the Motor City. Not just one genre of sound but every shape and vibe. rBeatz Radio supports the city of Detroit and will do whatever it takes to help spread the message to every corner of the planet.
Posted by Arroe at 2:06 PM
Listen to "Kaitlyn Bausch From Pure Country Pure Heart" on Spreaker. Kaitlyn grew up on Long Island and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Long Island University. This pretty power house continues to achieve anything she sets her mind to. Her versatile talent is reflected in her work with credits ranging from One Life To Live to MTV. Kaitlyn strives to put 110% of herself in her work with every opportunity, using her tender heart and deep emotional depth to color each performance. She is a current student of 6 years at The Studio with Brad Calcaterra where she works weekly on maintaining a strong core. You can catch Kaitlyn on Law and Order SVU as Maude Peterson, MTV's Eye Candy as Beth opposite Victoria Justice, MTV's One Bad Choice as Kaitlyn Hunt, in various national commercials for Crest and Hanes, and coming in 2017 her indie film debut in the Christine Crokos film PIMP, starring Keke Palmer!!
Posted by Arroe at 11:27 AM
Listen to "Matt Iseman From American Ninja Warrior" on Spreaker. Matt Iseman serves as host of NBC's heart-racing obstacle-course competition series "American Ninja Warrior" as well as Esquire Network's spin-off, "Team Ninja Warrior." He is also a contestant on the upcoming Season 8 of NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice." Iseman also created and hosted "Family by Design" for Style and recently completed touring with his one-man show, "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus." Iseman combined his lifelong passions of sports and comedy to host "Sports Soup" on Versus (now NBC Sports Network) and was the voice for the "Dumbest Stuff on Wheels" on Speed. Additionally, he hosted a special for History, titled "Invisible," about the world around us that we don't see. Iseman made his movie debut in "Transformers 2" and made appearances on "The Drew Carey Show," "NCIS" and "Courting Alex." He had a recurring role on "General Hospital" and has also appeared on "The League" on FX, "Hot in Cleveland" on TV Land, "Premium Blend" on Comedy Central, "Comics Unleashed" with Byron Allen and he's a regular panelist on "Red Eye." Iseman can also be seen regularly on Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family." His CD, "I Want a Happy Ending," has become an iTunes hit and his comedy can be heard on Sirius XM, Pandora and countless radio stations around the nation. In addition to his work on-screen, Iseman has utilized his energetic, charismatic style around the world, performing shows for troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Korea, Bosnia and Hungary.
Posted by Arroe at 7:47 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Rob Reeves Underground Is Back" on Spreaker. It was a line that had to be crossed. Undergrounds popularity was starting to infect the waves and beats of Top 40 to Country. The more it appeared inside terrestrial radio's performance the bigger the popularity. So much so that DJ Rob Reeves has taken note of those loving the forward motion of the sound are beginning to reach back to the roots of Underground.
Posted by Arroe at 4:44 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Melodious Funk On Local" on Spreaker. Being Underground means living the life and style. It starts at the local level and grows forward. DJ Melodious Funk started a movement that's expanded beyond expectation. MOVE was meant to be a stage for nearby master misters. Because the community has grown into supporting all levels of Underground the performance serves as an invitation for all talent to be showcased.
Posted by Arroe at 4:03 AM
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Listen to "Dr Adam Price He's Not Lazy" on Spreaker. ADAM PRICE, PHD, a clinical psychologist and author, has worked with children, adolescents, and their families for more than 25 years. He is an expert in learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD). Dr. Price lectures nationally to parents and educators, and has trained numerous clinicians in family and child therapy. He has written for both academic and popular publications, including the Wall Street Journal and Family Circle Magazine. Dr. Price maintains a private practice in New York City and Chatham, NJ. To learn more about Dr. Price, visit dradamprice.com.
Posted by Arroe at 12:53 PM
Listen to "Maz Jobrani From Netflix's Immigrant" on Spreaker. Maz Jobrani was born in Iran, and relocated to Tiburon in the San Francisco Bay area after his family was forced to flee during the revolution. He went on to receive a B.A. degree from UC Berkeley, and chose to further his education by enrolling in UCLA's PH.D. program, when he decided to change course to pursue his calling in "showbiz." Jobrani has cultivated an immensely successful career as an actor and comedian, and has had the great fortune of traveling the world performing standup- inclusive of the Middle East, where her performed in front of King Jordan. He was a founding member of the "Axis of Evil" Comedy Tour which aired on Comedy Central in 2007, and has had three Showtime standup comedy specials: "Brown and Friendly," "I Come In Peace," and most recently "I'm Not A Terrorist, But I've Played One on TV" (now available on Netflix). In Spring of 2016 he performed at The White House where he had the honor of introducing Michelle Obama. Despite a career rooted in performance, Maz Jobrani is also a Los Angeles Times best-selling author with his book I'm Not a Terrorist, But I've Played One on TV, which was published by Simon and Schuster. As an actor, Jobrani has graced both screens big and small where has starred in such hits as the indie comedy "Jimmy Vestvood: Amerikan Hero" (a film he co-wrote and produced), Disney's "The Descendants," Sydney Pollacks "The Interpreter," and Ice Cube's "Friday After Next," and currently co-stars in the CBS comedy "Superior Donuts." With more than 50 guest starring roles on the likes of "Grey's Anatomy," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "True Blood," and "Shameless." He is a regular panelist for NPR's "Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me," and has given two TED Talks. In April of 2017 he taped a comedy special at The Kennedy Center for Netflix which will debut on August 1st. ABOUT HIS COMEDY SPECIAL IMMIGRANT ON NETFLIX BEGINNING AUGUST 1ST Maz Jobrani is heading to Netflix with his comedy special Immigrant, set for debut August 1. The title refers to Jobrani who fled the Iranian Revolution in the late 1970s at the age of six to move to the U.S. with his family. Filmed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, the hourlong special covers political humor about being an immigrant in the era of Trump, as well as observations about modern day parenting. In addition to co-starring on CBS' new comedy, Superior Donuts, which begins its second season this fall. He also authored the best-selling book I'm Not A Terrorist; But I've Played One on TV and recently gave the commencement speech at his alma mater, University of California at Berkeley. Immigrant was produced by Ray Moheet and Norman Aladjem under their Mainstay Entertainment shingle along with Bob Bain Productions. Jobrani is repped by UTA and attorney Bradley Garrett. MAZ ON COLBERT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3xh4NhbeKk&t=1s
Posted by Arroe at 6:49 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Kevin Nowell On The Scene" on Spreaker. The connections made behind the scenes are what electrifies the music scene. Promoters collaborating with master mixers and performers to bring the underground forward. Producer/promoter Kevin Nowell makes it a huge part of his plan to get the right people in the right place to ignite that floor and community of entertainers.
Posted by Arroe at 5:08 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update DJ Malfunkshun The Show" on Spreaker. Guess its the storyteller in me getting out of control but I love grabbing the Festival Master Mixers and club DJ's fresh from the performance. Transitioning back into the everyday person includes the artist to step onto the dance floor or field and participate with the support for those now on stage. DJ Malfunkshun believes its part of the total experience and connection.
Posted by Arroe at 4:26 AM