Friday, September 29, 2017

Casper van Dien

Listen to "Casper Vsn Dien from Starship Troopers" on Spreaker. Original Starship Troopers stars Casper Van Dien and Dina Meyer return to voice the iconic sci-fi action heroes Johnny Rico and Dizzy Flores in the all-new CG animated sequel STARSHIP TROOPERS: TRAITOR OF MARS, available to own on digital and on 4K Ultra HDT/Blu-rayT Combo Pack, Blu-ray and DVD September 19 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The 4K Ultra HD disc will feature both Dolby VisionT high-dynamic range (HDR) and Dolby Atmos® immersive audio. Directed by celebrated anime filmmaker Shinji Aramaki (Appleseed Alpha, Appleseed Ex Machina) and written by sci-fi master Ed Neumeier (Starship Troopers, RoboCop), STARSHIP TROOPERS: TRAITOR OF MARS sees Rico and Dizzy reunite on screen twenty years after the release of 1997's sci-fi classic Starship Troopers for an action-packed and breathtakingly animated outer space military adventure co-starring comedian and Starship Troopers superfan DeRay Davis (TV's "Wild 'N Out," 21 Jump Street). The home entertainment release of STARSHIP TROOPERS: TRAITOR OF MARS includes the featurette "Expanding the Universe," offering fans a comprehensive look at the making of the new Starship Troopers, interviews with star Casper Van Dien and screenwriter Ed Neumeier, and reflections from cast and crew on the legacy of the original film. Additional bonus materials include a deleted scene and photo gallery. Also debuting September 19 is the original STARSHIP TROOPERS 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION on 4K Ultra HD. Experience this sci-fi action classic like never before with all-new 4K picture and Dolby Atmos audio. This special anniversary release also includes the film on Blu-ray, featuring classic special features including director and cast commentary, deleted scenes, 19 featurettes, screen tests, and more! STARSHIP TROOPERS: TRAITOR OF MARS SYNOPSIS: "C'mon You Apes, You Wanna Live Forever?! I have only one rule. Everybody fights, no one quits. The bugs have breached Mars and the Federation's Fleet is too far to help. It's up to us to save the planet. On the bounce, Troopers! The only Good Bug is a Dead Bug! Oorah!"

Robert Herjavec

Listen to "Robert Herjavec And Amanda Brinkman Return" on Spreaker. Small businesses are the lifeblood of our communities and our economy. Now, Robert Herjavec (of Shark Tank) and Amanda Brinkman (of Deluxe Corporation) are debuting Season 2 of the acclaimed "Small Business Revolution – Main Street" series, which streams on Hulu and at The series showcases the importance of small businesses and chronicles how Deluxe provides a $500,000 makeover of one lucky small town and its small businesses.   They're also asking the public to nominate their favorite small town for a chance to receive their own transformation and be featured in Season 3.   Earlier this year, people across the country cast nearly 1 million votes to select Bristol Borough, Pennsylvania, as winner of a $500,000 Main Street makeover and to be featured in Season 2. With the help of Robert and Amanda, the riverfront town is now seeing new life.   Robert Herjavec and Amanda Brinkman, chief brand and communications officer at Deluxe, will be available LIVE via satellite or, in-person to discuss: ·         The Small Business Revolution – Main Street series ·         Success stories in Bristol Borough, PA and the Season 2 premiere of the town’s transformation ·         How people can nominate their favorite small town to be featured in Season 3 ·         The importance of small businesses in our communities and our economy   Robert Herjavec is one of North America’s most recognizable business leaders. A dynamic entrepreneur, Robert has built and sold several IT companies to major players such as AT&T. In 2003 Robert founded Herjavec Group, and it quickly became one of North America’s fastest growing technology companies. He’s teamed up with Deluxe – which helps small businesses of all shapes and sizes with logo design, website development, email marketing and more – to promote the #SmallBusinessRevolution.   Amanda Brinkman is the Chief Brand & Communications Officer of Deluxe Corp. Brinkman has a wealth of career experience in internal marketing, brand management and interactive development. She serves as Vice Chairman of the Children's Cancer Research Fund Board of Directors and a Member of the Make-A-Wish Foundation Board.

Zara Larsson

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Zara Larsson's Journey" on Spreaker. Being part of a big talent show such as Sweden's Got Talent feels right while it's happening but fame didn't instantly start following Zara Larsson. She was only ten years old. There were no record deals or tours. Not until five years down the road. One of her most successful releases on rBeatz Radio is her collaboration with Clean Bandit Symphony.

Big Sean

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Big Sean On Album Making" on Spreaker. The physical act of putting out an album is a process that requires a huge plan of events that have to be laid out perfectly. If the focus is on delivering vinyl versus digital downloads timing places an important part of the creative space made available. Big Sean lays out the ground work for his successes. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Katy Perry, Calvin Harris and Pharrell Williams Feels...

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Jason Fagone

Listen to "Jason Fagone The Woman Who Smashed Codes" on Spreaker. In 1916, at the height of World War I, brilliant Shakespeare expert Elizebeth Smith went to work for an eccentric tycoon on his estate outside Chicago. The tycoon had close ties to the U.S. government, and he soon asked Elizebeth to apply her language skills to an exciting new venture: code-breaking. There she met the man who would become her husband, groundbreaking cryptologist William Friedman. Though she and Friedman are in many ways the “Adam and Eve” of the NSA, Elizebeth’s story, incredibly, has never been told. In The Woman Who Smashed Codes, Jason Fagone chronicles the life of this extraordinary woman, who played an integral role in our nation’s history for forty years. After World War I, Smith used her talents to catch gangsters and smugglers during Prohibition, then accepted a covert mission to discover and expose Nazi spy rings that were spreading like wildfire across South America, advancing ever closer to the United States. As World War II raged, Elizabeth fought a highly classified battle of wits against Hitler’s Reich, cracking multiple versions of the Enigma machine used by German spies. Meanwhile, inside an Army vault in Washington, William worked furiously to break Purple, the Japanese version of Enigma—and eventually succeeded, at a terrible cost to his personal life. Fagone unveils America’s code-breaking history through the prism of Smith’s life, bringing into focus the unforgettable events and colorful personalities that would help shape modern intelligence. Blending the lively pace and compelling detail that are the hallmarks of Erik Larson’s bestsellers with the atmosphere and intensity of The Imitation Game, The Woman Who Smashed Codes is page-turning popular history at its finest. JASON FAGONE is a journalist who covers science, sports, and culture. Named one of the “Ten young Writers on the Rise” by the Columbia Journalism Review, he is a contributing writer to the Huffington Post Highline, and writes for a number of outlets, including GQ, Esquire, The Atlantic, the New York Times, Mother Jones, and Philadelphia magazine. He is the author of Ingenious and Horsemen of the Esophagus, and lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Sergio Mendes

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Sergio Mendez's Inspiration" on Spreaker. The legends of music are making their way back to this present day of dance. Master Mixers are giving a fresh new shine to songs from The Bee Gee's, Enigma and even Sergio Mendes who still talks about how collecting Jazz records in Brazil is what invited him to participate with a world of sound. His latest song on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Simon Fava and Gregor Salto Magalenha.

21 Savage

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update 21 Savage Reacts To Fans" on Spreaker. Do lyrics serve as a symbol of who the singer songwriter is? The interpretation from the fans and followers tends to create an image therefore there's going to be a reaction. 21 Savage knows of the process and keeps his peace by being in control of his actions and reactions. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Post Malone Rockstar.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

David Crosby

Listen to "David Crosby Releases Sky Trails" on Spreaker. Sky Trails, his third album of original material in four years, continues fearless folk rock legend David Crosby’s unexpected late-period resurgence. In his eighth decade, Crosby is not only surviving, but thriving personally and creatively. Out September 29th on BMG, Sky Trails features a full band sound that takes Crosby in a new musical direction as the set tilts toward jazz.  "It’s a natural thing for me," says Crosby, who joyously embraced the challenge of the shifting song structures. "I’ve always felt more comfortable there. There’s complexity, intricacy and subtleties in the music. I like that stuff."    The album opens with the intoxicating "She’s Got To Be Somewhere," – Crosby and a nine-piece band premiered the track via the Tonight Show earlier this year - which features sturdy horns, bending guitar notes and lilting melodies. Crosby is backed on the album by the Sky Trails musicians, the core of whom are saxophonist Steve Tavaglione, bassist Mai Agan, drummer Steve DiStanislao, and Crosby’s son, multi-instrumentalist James Raymond, who also produced the album.    Sky Trails follows last year’s critically acclaimed Lighthouse – which received praise from outlets including Rolling Stone, Stereogum and NPR Music - which was preceded by 2014’s Croz, Crosby’s first solo album in 20 years. Though Crosby wrote many of the songs for Sky Trails as he was working on Lighthouse, the two are distinctly different projects. "Lighthouse was conspicuously and deliberately acoustic," Crosby says. "Sky Trails was intended to be a full band record from the start."

Amy Landecker

Listen to "Amy Landecker From Transparent" on Spreaker. Landecker is best known for playing the first-born child in Transparent, Amazon Video’s groundbreaking series about a transgender woman and her chaotic yet lovable family. She stars opposite Jeffrey Tambor, Jay Duplass, Judith Light and Gaby Hoffman. Additionally, Landecker made her directorial debut on Transparent: The Lost Sessions, a 10-episode off shoot of comedic shorts for Funny or Die using Soloway's world of Pfeffermans and the cast of characters surrounding the often dysfunctional family. Transparent‘s fourth season takes the Pfefferman family on a “spiritual and political journey as they dig deep into their family’s history.” That includes a trip to Israel, where Maura is chosen to speak at a conference and makes a “startling discovery.” On the big screen, Landecker has completed production on A Kid Like Jake, an independent drama also starring Claire Danes and Jim Parsons, which is based on a celebrated Lincoln Center play about a couple trying to raise a 4-year-old-son who prefers to dress up as a princess instead of G.I. Joe. She most recently appeared opposite Salma Hayek and John Lithgow in Beatriz At Dinner.

Miss America Cara Mund

Listen to "Cara Mund Miss America 2018" on Spreaker. Cara Mund's acceptance of the highly-coveted crown is just the beginning of a journey that will take her to every corner of the nation and around the world during her year of service as Miss America 2018. She will embark on her national speaking tour about her platform, A Make-A-Wish Passion with Fashion, and act as the official National Goodwill Ambassador for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for its 170-member hospitals, is the national platform partner of the Miss America Organization. Cara is an Ivy League honors graduate from Brown University who is headed to law school. At age 14, Cara founded North Dakota's Annual Make-A-Wish Fashion Show. For 10 years, Cara has brightened 23 Wish Kids' lives, became a "Certified Wish Granter," and raised more than $78,500 for Make-A-Wish. In 2011, President Barack Obama recognized Cara's charitable efforts. Cara is a national dance champion and trained four summers with The Rockettes. Cara's recent work in the United States Senate and her passion for helping others ignited her own wish - to become the first Miss America from North Dakota.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Goldfrapp Locating Music" on Spreaker. This modern shape of music has invited writers, performers and producers to return to an age of album design that reintroduces fans and followers to a concept and or theme. The duo Goldfrapp openly admits that being in the moment is their layer of what will soon be presented. Releasing sound as it's arriving is their success. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Annabel.

Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Dimitri Vegas And Like Mike" on Spreaker. It's become common for festival DJ's to come in packs of two and three. But what's life like when you've got to go your separate ways? Everybody has to have personal space. Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike find food to be their go to. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Opa.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Jordan Belfort

Listen to "Jordan Belfort Way Of The Wolf" on Spreaker. Jordan Belfort, immortalized by Leonardo DiCaprio in the hit movie The Wolf of Wall Street, pioneered a legendary sales system called Straight Line Sales and Persuasion. Lesser-known is that after Jordan lost everything he used his signature sales system to rebuild a global enterprise. Straight Line Sales and Persuasion fueled a massive tidal wave of financial success for the hundreds of thousands of people who have taken his online courses and his live events. Now, for the first time ever, Belfort opens his playbook to readers in WAY OF THE WOLF: Straight Line Selling: Master the Art of Persuasion, Influence, and Success (North Star Way; September 26, 2017) and reveals his complete, step-by-step signature system to turn anyone into a sales superstar. In WAY OF THE WOLF, Belfort shares exactly how anyone can master the art of persuasion, bounce back from downturns, and build their own financial success - with tactics like: * The Art and Science of Qualifying * Mastering the Art of Tonality * Cracking the Code for Sales and Persuasion * The Four Key Elements to Creating Ethical Presentations that Actually Close the Deal Over the last several decades, Jordan Belfort has acted as a consultant to more than fifty public companies, written two bestselling books, and traveled to more than 40 countries teaching companies and individuals to become sales closing rock stars. Written in his own inimitable voice, WAY OF THE WOLF shows readers how to persuade anyone to do anything, and coaches readers, regardless of age, education, or skill level, to be a master sales person, negotiator, closer, entrepreneur, or speaker.

Christopher McDonald

Listen to "Christopher McDonald From Wetlands" on Spreaker. As a major storm approaches the outskirts of Atlantic City, a newly sober police detective goes to extreme measures to make sure that his estranged family does not fall victim to the vengeance of a local crime lord. Babel "Babs" Johnson (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) is a police detective who finds himself assigned to a precinct in the Wetlands, the no-man's land surrounding Atlantic City, within eyeshot of the fancy hotels and boardwalk, but a world away. With a new partner, a fun-loving gambling addict named Paddy Sheehan (Christopher MacDonald), Babs adjust slowly back to life on the beat. A year ago, he was a top cop in Philadelphia, but a secret drug problem and connections to a murdered dealer landed him in rehab. Now sober, he's eager to try to connect with his pre-teen daughter, Amy (Celeste O'Connor), which means dealing with his still-bitter ex, Savannah (Heather Graham).Savannah's new love is known as Surfer Girl (Reyna de Courcy), a surfboard builder who has dreams of moving to Hawaii to ply her trade. Surfer Girl makes some money on the side selling drugs for a local thug, Jimmy (Louis Mustillo), and when she rips him off, Jimmy threatens Amy, who often hangs out with Surfer Girl. Watching over his daughter like a hawk, even though their moments of contact are awkward, Babs confronts both Surfer Girl and Jimmy, warning them to leave his daughter out of their dispute. Meanwhile, as the region prepares for a massive, late-season hurricane, Babs finds that the only one he can be vulnerable with is his partner Paddy's wife, Kate (Jennifer Ehle), a local news anchor who is tired of her aging husband's careless behavior. As the storm approaches, Surfer Girl contemplates one big move against the abusive Jimmy, only to have her plan thwarted by Babs, who has been following her. Though at first it seems like violence can be avoided, the next day abody washes up in a local swamp, turning the eye of suspicion to the new cop with the violent past. Babs must act quickly to solve the murder and clear his name before his own weaknesses and poor decisions from the past overtake and destroy him.

Siddhartha Khosla

Listen to "Siddhartha Khosla This Is Us" on Spreaker. Siddhartha Khosla is a film and television composer, and singer/songwriter/producer of the critically acclaimed band, Goldspot. Siddhartha is currently scoring NBC’s hit Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated drama series, “This Is Us,” starring Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, and Sterling K. Brown.  The show is television’s biggest breakout hit of the year, adored by both audiences and critics alike.  Within the series (Episode 16 “Memphis”), Khosla composed the hit song, “We Can Always Come Back To This,” which ranked #12 on iTunes Top 100 songs and #1 in the Billboard Blues Charts for 4 consecutive weeks. Upcoming for Khosla is Hulu’s newest original series, “Marvel’s Runaways,” premiering November 21st, and CBS’ comedy series “Me, Myself and I,” premiering September 25th and stars John Larroquette and Bobby Moynihan.  He also scored the upcoming film drama “The Sounding,” starring Teddy Sears and Frankie Faison, and musical film "Basmati Blues,” for which he composed original songs, starring Academy Award-winner Brie Larson and Golden Globe Award-winner Donald Sutherland.  Khosla’s other scores include Lionsgate TV drama “The Royals,” starring Elizabeth Hurley, and the feature film comedy “Fat Camp,” starring Chris Redd and Vivica A. Fox, which recently premiered on BET.   Khosla began scoring for television and film while fronting his acclaimed band, Goldspot, which was first discovered on KCRW’s  “Morning Becomes Eclectic.”  NPR described Goldspot as “An inventive sound and independent vision,” and the Sunday Times UK called it “the best band to come out of America in years.”  In 2013, the band’s album “Aerogramme” captured #1 Album of the Year on the Los Angeles Times’ pop music editor's year-end best albums list.  Goldspot released three studio albums, including one with Mercury UK/Universal Records, and had hit singles reach #10 in the UK radio charts, and #11 in the Alternative Charts.  Goldspot’s original songs have been featured on numerous TV shows, including  “How I Met Your Mother,” “The O.C.” and “The Neighbors,” as well as in major advertising campaigns for Google, Target and Apple.   Siddhartha’s Indian-born parents came to the US in the mid-seventies to make the American dream their own.  With only eight dollars in their pockets upon arrival, they were forced to take night jobs while they completed graduate school during the day.  They had no choice but to send their toddler son back to India, where Siddhartha  was raised by his grandparents.  During this time, when international phone calls were prohibitively expensive, music became central to Khosla’s life as he listened to his mother sing to him on cassette tapes she mailed from America.  Khosla’s song “Evergreen Cassette” is about this very experience, and was featured in the first season of  “This is Us.” Khosla’s love of music and connection to his Indian heritage were kept alive by his parents once he returned to the US, as they played old Indian movie soundtracks in their home. As a teenager, he embraced Western bands such as The Smiths, The Cure, The Beatles and Paul Simon.  Today, his childhood experiences and musical roots inform his scores and songs to convey a sound that is engagingly unique -- from vintage electric and acoustic guitars, and rare 1950s organs, to live orchestras and instruments from the Eastern hemisphere like the harmonium and the Greek bouzouki, to Flemish harpsichords and 80's analog synthesizers. In November 2013, Khosla was invited as the musical guest for First Lady Michelle Obama's Diwali celebration at the White House, where he delivered an emotional performance of several of his original songs. Khosla has a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, where he composed and sang for the university’s award-winning a cappella group, "Off the Beat."  He now resides in Los Angeles with his wife and children.

Dylan Jones

Listen to "Dylan Jones David Bowie A Life" on Spreaker. Inspired by one of the most fascinating lives of our time, DYLAN JONES' engrossing, magisterial biography of David Bowie is unlike any story ever written. The book is a groundbreaking oral history of pop's greatest chameleon, drawn from hundreds of interviews with friends, rivals, lovers, and collaborators, some of whom have never before spoken about their relationship with Bowie. Jones's DAVID BOWIE: A LIFE (CROWN ARCHETYPE; ON SALE SEPTEMBER 12, 2017; $28.00; 978-0-451-49783-3) weaves a hypnotic spell as it unfolds a remarkable rise to stardom and an unparalleled artistic path. When David Bowie died in January 2016, not only were social media channels flooded with images of Ziggy Stardust, but national newspapers cleared their front pages to cover his life and death, broadcasts dedicated time, and every celebrity and citizen with an iPhone and a Bowie story shared memories and admiration. Headlines blared, tribute concerts were organized, and Bowie's colorful life was mourned. The titillating reportage and accounts that followed suggested a more complicated legacy than was perhaps understood, and yet they barely scratched the surface of a life that had yet to be done justice in print. Jones, editor of British GQ and author of When Ziggy Played Guitar: David Bowie and Four Minutes That Shook the World, has now delivered the definitive David Bowie biography. The first major collection and most comprehensive publication since his death, DAVID BOWIE: A Life is composed from over 180 conversations with those closest to the star. No Bowie bio has ever been this raw or intimate, or reached deeper into Bowie's vast web of connections in search of the man behind the persona. Containing contributions from those who knew him in all walks of life-from Bowie's landlady to Bono-this tour of a fascinating existence is guaranteed to thrill those just coming to Bowie's story while offering something new to even the most die-hard aficionados. Firsthand accounts draw readers behind closed doors and into studios and private conversations shared with Bowie. Jones documents accounts from people like John Lennon, Peter Frampton, Tommy Hilfiger, Paul McCartney, Mick Ronson, Boy George, Lou Reed, Luther Vandross, Iggy Pop, Moby, Courtney Love, Kate Moss, Martin Scorsese, and many more. Included are testimonies from: · George Underwood, on Bowie's first U.S. tour: "The audiences on the Ziggy tour of the US just couldn't believe their eyes. Every night was a sensation. . . . We went most places by Amtrak, which is a great way to see the country. He was high rolling on that tour. Every night was a party. . . . It was a rock and roll circus. . . . In the US he was treated as a star." · Ava Cherry, on recording in Philadelphia: "David was one of the first white artists they'd recorded in Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia. David was immediately accepted by the black community. . . . I heard there were some players who didn't want to be on the record because David was white, but I don't believe that. . . . We went in there and just played away. . . . He also did a show at the Tower Theater in Philly, and that was a huge thing for the city. That's where he recorded David Live. It was great singing with Luther Vandross, as he was such a great singer, such an accomplished arranger, and our voices melded together like magic and butter." · Kristina Amadeus, on growing up comfortably: "I don't remember him being worried about being lower middle class. His father was from a very affluent family. . . . He went to a good public school and inherited money when he came of age. . . . But David did, like Jagger, adopt an almost Cockney accent for a while because it was trendy." · Angie Bowie, on marriage: "Our marriage was a partnership to accomplish making David a worldwide star."


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Khalid At 19" on Spreaker. Sometimes the music world spins quicker than the underground beats at the world's deepest clubs. For Khalid his presence and empowerment on music has opened the door for him to bring forward an entire body of sound while endlessly making himself available to collaborate with other master mixers and writers. He's currently teamed up with Marsh Mellow with Silence.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Logic On Admitting Youre Wrong" on Spreaker. Logic has released a first time album of straight from the street truths about what it's truly like to be in the shoes he's chosen to where. Putting it together set him in the center of having to unveil a truer self to which he's very comfortable with even when the hands of time identify that he might be wrong during particular conversations. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is 1-800.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Donald Driver

Listen to "Donald Driver 3D Body Revolution" on Spreaker. As a beloved, record-setting wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers and Dancing with the Stars champion, Donald Driver has long understood the importance of maintaining a healthy diet and disciplined fitness regimen. But following his retirement from professional sports, Donald took a break from his intense daily workouts and found himself sluggish and struggling to maintain his athletic frame. Determined to get back on track, Donald dedicated himself to a dynamic fitness regimen and nutrition plan-and along the way became the go-to guy for anyone looking to develop a lean, powerful, functional physique. Now, 42 years old and looking better than ever, he's here to share what he's learned with THE 3D BODY REVOLUTION: The Ultimate Workout + Nutrition Blueprint to Get Healthy and Lean (Harmony Books; $28.00; on sale September 19, 2017). Featuring 25 customized clean-eating recipes, 36 easy-to-follow exercises, and more than 100 photos of Donald demonstrating his custom workouts, this book is designed to propel you forward to a healthier, fuller life. A groundbreaking fitness and diet program guaranteed to get you in the best shape of your life from Donald Driver, Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer and New York Times bestselling author "My friend Donald's life is one of commitment: commitment to family, faith, health, and well-being. And this book is evidence of that commitment, offering a path anyone can follow to better health and fitness." -Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers quarterback, 1992-2007 As a former elite athlete, Donald understands that the path to physical and mental fitness is meant to be challenging. Lasting health demands more than a simple thirty-day fitness shortcut and a careless, unsustainable nutrition plan with impractical guarantees. Donald's three-part scalable fitness program, developed alongside top trainers from his Velocity and Driven Elite Fitness gyms in Dallas, aims to give you the strength and confidence in body and mind for a lasting lifestyle change. Interspersed with personal anecdotes from Donald's time on and off the field and full of his trademark motivational energy and enthusiasm, THE 3D BODY REVOLUTION provides crucial insight into achieving:


Listen to "Jesse James Dupree Jackyl's 25th Anniversary Album" on Spreaker. Few rockers are as multi-talented as Jesse James Dupree. Without question, he is a jack of all trades - the singer who has fronted Jackyl for decades is also a part of the popular reality television show ‘Full Throttle Saloon,’ and has founded his own brand of alcohol, Jesse James Bourbon. As a result, Jesse is never at a loss for a good/colorful story - which makes him the perfect candidate for television talk show appearances. But first, some background info…             Jesse James Bourbon, 100,000 plus cases have been sold in just a little over three years sales (the normal bench mark is 100,000 in five years), available in honey, space, and regular Kentucky bourbon flavors. The ‘Full Throttle Saloon’ TV show has run strong for six seasons and is always in the top-3 of all cable channels. Despite the bar burning down, Jesse and company are retooling a new show for a new network. And of course, there is Jackyl - southern rockers who scored a massive MTV hit with “The Lumberjack,” have scored gold and platinum albums, and will be unleashing their eighth studio album overall, ‘ROWYCO,’ on August 5th via Mighty Loud Records (and prefaced by the single, “Rally”).              Jesse is also lined up to appear at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) speaking convention, where he will give a lecture on branding to all major radio company owners, and the GMS Research Platform, which was created for the first ever real time research available for radio and TV (that has been trademarked for custom vertical and horizontal aggregation of dada, and consolidates a la carte serves for radio and puts the program directed and sales department hands together).              Also upcoming is the Throttle Fest - a tour package that Jesse created, which is a four-day traveling music festival - partnered with the House of Blues and Live Nation in South Carolina, with dates lined up include the NASCAR track in Kansas City and Toyota Park in Chicago (Jesse manages to take a piece of Sturgis to each town with a full throttle brand!). And the aforementioned Mighty Loud Records has been the home label to Jackyl since 2010, and has also issued albums by varied artists (everyone from Powerman 5000 to Eve to Adam and Tanya Tucker), while Jesse also oversees and serves as general manager to Kiefer Sutherland’s record label, Ironworks.             

Dr Allen Frances

Listen to "Dr Allen Frances Twighlight Of American Sanity" on Spreaker. Dr. Allen Frances’s landmark new book seeks to make sense of our time and how we got here: TWILIGHT OF AMERICAN SANITY: A Psychiatrist Analyzes the Age of Trump (William Morrow/On-sale September 5th, 2017) examines the national psyche, viewing the rise of President Trump as “as mirror on our soul,” one that is darkly symptomatic of a deeper societal distress. Environmentalist Bill McKibben recently commented on TWILIGHT OF AMERICAN SANITY, "Allen Frances is right: the deep questions are not about Trump, but about the society in which he became even a plausible candidate, much less the president. May this be an opportunity to think more clearly about who we are and what we really want!" Indeed Frances provides a fascinating study of the underlying societal sickness that made possible Trump’s unlikely ascent. Instead of name-calling and partisan retrenchment, we must engage in honest reflection to understand why our society is self-destructing, and how we can fight the societal delusions that ushered Trump into office!! For the countless Americans who are concerned about the future of our democracy, TWILIGHT OF AMERICAN SANITY provides an urgently needed prescription for reclaiming our psychological bearings. “If we want to get sane,” Frances writes, “we must first gain insight about ourselves.”

Dennis Quaid

Listen to "Dennis Quaid And The Sharks" on Spreaker. Dennis Quaid is renowned for his distinct portrayals in both comedic and dramatic roles over the past forty years. Quaid can be seen in Crackle's auctioneering drama "The Art of More" on which he also serves as an executive producer. On the big screen, he was most recently seen in the fact-based drama "Truth" and has completed filming the second season of the BAFTA award-nominated television series "Fortitude." He began to gain attention in the late 1970s for roles in such films as "Breaking Away" before gaining public and critical acclaim for his role in the 1983 release "The Right Stuff." Other notable credits include "The Rookie," "The Day After Tomorrow," "Traffic," "Vantage Point," "Frequency," "The Parent Trap," and "Soul Surfer." For his role in Todd Haynes' "Far From Heaven" he won the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor, the Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor, the Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor and the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male. In 2010 he was nominated for numerous awards including a SAG Award®, an Emmy©, and a Golden Globe© for his portrayal of Bill Clinton in the TV Movie, "A Special Relationship." Dennis will next be seen in "A Dog's Purpose," from Universal. He is currently in production on "Kin" with James Franco. In September 2017, he can be seen on-stage on a national tour with his band, Dennis Quaid and the Sharks. Here is a link to the band's Facebook Page:

Casey Crimmins

Listen to "Casey Crimmins Reaching Beyond The Walls" on Spreaker. Participating with a fast paced generation requires the right tools that can and will reach the wanderer. I stood in a moment trying to figure out who utilizes the strength of social media like no other. My heart immediately said "Church." On the Broadcaster's Platform we invited Casey Crimmins to come in and share an inside view of how things have changed on his level of reaching people versus how it once was.

Michael Korda

Listen to "Michael Korda Alone" on Spreaker. On the heels of the summer blockbuster film Dunkirk, Michael Korda’s ALONE: Britain, Churchill, and Dunkirk: Defeat into Victory, tells the larger story of the turning point in World War II history when over 300,000 Allied troops were trapped off the coast of France and a ragtag fleet of civilian fishing boats, pleasure crafts, and ferries came to their rescue. Bestselling author Michael Korda has witnessed many remarkable events in the 20th century, not to mention edited presidents, world figures, and newsmakers during his esteemed tenure at Simon & Schuster. But it is his six-year-old self who offers another perspective on the tumultuous spring and early summer of 1940, when the European conflict escalated from “phony” to all-out war. In ALONE: Britain, Churchill, and Dunkirk: Defeat into Victory Liveright Publishing, Sept 19, 2017), Korda gives a thorough recounting of the figures and consequences around Germany’s blitzkrieg into Belgium, France, and the Netherlands in May of 1940, while interweaving his own memories as a child bystander across the Channel. Michael Korda is available for interviews Tuesday, September 19 – Friday, October 6, 2017 from 7 am to 10 pm ET. Korda chronicles the mounting diplomatic failures and military miscalculations as England woke from being an island of appeasement to the plucky, Churchillian nation of “blood, toil, tears, and sweat.” Providing fresh portraits of Neville Chamberlain (“his flaw was not pusillanimity; it was a lethal combination of vanity and pig-headedness”) and Churchill (“the rarest of men, a well-functioning, even hyper-functioning alcoholic”), Korda breaks down the myriad players, big and small, who were thrust into the confusion as Hitler capitalized on Allied tactical blunders to seize more and more territory. It would culminate in the heroic British evacuation at Dunkirk, when a flotilla of civilian English boats made the perilous voyage to the French coast to save the lives of 250,000 British soldiers. In dramatic counterpoint is the saga of the Korda family, and young Michael whose war consciousness forms as he listens to Chamberlain declare war over the radio on September 3, 1939—followed immediately by the wailing air raid sirens that would become the soundtrack of London for the next few years. Soon he would be swept up—along with three and half million other British children—by Operation Pied Piper, a mass evacuation out of London and other major UK cities.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Throttle Introduces Himself" on Spreaker. The world of Dance and EDM moves so quickly. Fans and new Followers are endlessly showing up at the front door and barely have a clue as to whom they're listening to. So the goal is to socially network your way onto the paths of those willing to carry your beats forward. Throttle is one such artist. The ever changing path of sound means shaking hands and reopening the journey. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Baddest Behavior.

Post Malone

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Post Malone Breaks Down Congratulations" on Spreaker. Breaking down the lyrics of a song. There's always a story behind the fan or followers interpretation. For Post Malone his huge rBeatz Radio release Congratulations carries with it a tone that multiple creative people can relate with. The entire process of success is attacked by non-believers until you make it and they suddenly appear in the picture saying "Congratulations."

Friday, September 22, 2017


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Whomadewho On Becoming" on Spreaker. I love a story that starts off with musicians jamming just for the fun of it. They meet one night to showcase their willingness to be music teachers and it's turned into a global experience for Whomadewho. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is I Don't Know.

Vanilla Ace

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Vanilla Ace On The Right Sound" on Spreaker. Seems like every time you follow someone on Twitter you're instantly bombarded by them trying to sell you their beats. I get it. There is a true art happening and their willingness to share is a brilliant display of community. But what does it look like from the side of other master mixers like Vanilla Ace? His latest release on rBeatz Radio is We Feelin It.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Christopher Hill

Listen to "Christopher Hill Into The Mystic" on Spreaker. Into the Mystic The Visionary and Ecstatic Roots of 1960s Rock and Roll By (author) Christopher Hill On Sale Date : September 12, 2017 Music critic Christopher Hill examines the visionary, spiritual, and mystical influences on the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, the Incredible String Band, the Velvet Underground, and others to show how 1960s rock and roll music transformed consciousness on both the individual and collective levels.

Michael Lehman

Listen to "Michael Lehman Southern Blood" on Spreaker. Michael Lehman began his career representing recording artists, producers, song writers, actors and businesses related to entertainment in 1982 and has extensive experience in corporate, media, music, entertainment and advertising industries. His clients have included Roger Daltrey (The Who), Jon Entwistle (The Who), Luther Vandross, Gregg Allman, RUN DMC, Rev Run, WyClef Jean, Phil Ramone, Todd Rundgren, Ben Vereen, Taylor Dayne, and many others. Michael has been successful in utilizing his wide scope of relationships to integrate key corporate brands with heritage music properties. For example, in 2013, Gregg Allman’s “Midnight Rider” was featured in a national Geico commercial; in 2016 the same song will be used for a national Ford Motor Company commercial; in 2013 Rev Run appeared in a Lincoln Town Car commercial for the Super Bowl and is currently featured in an AT&T/Beats Music commercial. Rev Run is also the National Spokesperson for Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals and more specifically, their Diabetes Awareness Campaign. Presently, Michael has closed multiple deals for Rev Run with HGTV/DIY, Foodnetwork/Cooking Channel, Travel Channel, CBS and OWN and has helped put RUN DMC back together. Michael was instrumental in lobbying for RUN DMC to become the first hip hop group to win a Lifetime Grammy Achievement Award. Other recent notable successes for Michael include his guiding Gregg Allman’s No. 2 New York Times Best Seller “My Cross to Bear”, Gregg Allman’s No. 5 on Billboard Top 200 Record for “Low Country Blues”. Michael currently serves as Executive Producer for Rev Run Renovation, Rev Run Sunday Suppers, Rev Runs Around the World, the new hit television show on OWN TV called It’s Not You, It’s Men starring Rev Run and Tyrese; All My Friends Celebrating the Songs and Voice of Gregg Allman television special and DVD, Gregg Allman Live Back to Macon, GA recording and DVD. In addition to his successful career in entertainment, Michael has operated a successful law practice for the past 26 years and holds a law degree from the University of Bridgeport and a BA from Washington University. Michael is recognized by his professional peers, both lawyers and industry executives, as an expert in the entertainment business. He has appeared as a commentator on MTV and numerous radio broadcast programs, is a frequent lecturer at esteemed universities and has been quoted in many national publications.

Charlotte Flair

Listen to "Charlotte Flair 2nd Nature" on Spreaker. Ric Flair is a 16-time World Champion and two-time WWE Hall of Fame inductee. His four-decades-long career is recognized as one of the greatest of all time. Referred to as "the dirtiest player in the game," as part of the scenarios of many matches, he is nonetheless one of the most popular superstar entertainers wrestling has ever seen. Charlotte grew up in the shadow of her famous father. She is, however, the WWE Women's World Champion, the best in the sport, and poised to take the Flair name to new heights. Along with their championship careers in the ring, the two now embark together on a revealing father-daughter autobiography sure to stir the passions of all their fans worldwide with SECOND NATURE: The Legacy of Ric Flair and the Rise of Charlotte (St. Martin's Press, on sale date September 19, 2017, $25.99). Entering the ring to thunderous chants of "WOOOOO!" Ric Flair has proven to be the true people's champion. Flair rose up through the various wrestling organizations, determined to follow the path of his mentors and heroes and do it the right way. The apple didn't fall far from the tree as that same work ethic and being true to oneself has helped his daughter also rise to the top of the sport. It hasn't always been an easy path. Despite Ric's dominance and brilliance in front of the roaring crowds and cameras, his life away from the ring has seen as much disappointment and heartbreak as his victory totals. Success truly came with a price - personal struggles, strife being away from home for long stretches, controversy and family tragedy. In addition, Ric has had to deal with the decline of his own notoriety while acknowledging the growth of his daughter's success. Today, they're able to recognize their differences while enjoying a new level of respect and love for each other. SECOND NATURE is a story of redemption for daughter as well as father. She has dealt with her own pain, frustrations, and challenges. She might be the daughter of the great Ric Flair but that has come with its own price. As she emerges from the long shadow of her Dad, Charlotte is now a champion herself, and poised to be a new standard bearer in WWE for years to come. She has embraced her heritage in the sport and risen to the top in the same way her father did. Charlotte (Ashley Elizabeth Fliehr) is Ric Flair's daughter and first made a name for herself as the NXT Women's Champion before ascending to WWE's main roster and claiming the WWE Women's Championship.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update One Republic On Tour With U2" on Spreaker. OneRepublic's 2017 has reached beyond brilliant. Getting the opportunity to open for U2 put them in a place of study. Opened was a new avenue on how to keep all that is different with each member of a band and still be in harmony with the process of growing forward. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Rich Love.

Robbie Rivera

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Robbie Rivera On Becoming" on Spreaker. A casual visit with a friend can instantly change the path you walk. For music producer and master mixer Robbie Rivera it was that visit that ignited his imagination to the point of purchasing the keyboards, reel to reels and turntables. Then he realized he wanted more. He furthered his education at a school for engineers. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Are You Ready.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017


Listen to "Torch from Purgatory Celebrating 15 Years" on Spreaker. Single Cell Productions is a professional live entertainment company and performance art troupe based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. They are best-known as the creators of Purgatory: The Show, the longest-running underground entertainment event in the Carolinas. Purgatory features live performances, world class DJs, visual art displays, professional dancers, photographers, vendors, and more. In addition to their bi-monthly flagship event in Charlotte, they also tour countless venues and conventions throughout North America with their award-winning Purgatory Road Show, bringing their unique form of nightlife entertainment everywhere they go. Often imitated, never duplicated, Single Cell prides itself on being original and innovative, so other promoters don't have to be.

Joe Pompeo

Listen to "Dj Joe Pompeo From New York" on Spreaker. An integral part of the current wave of talent emerging from New York City, Joe Pompeo has been making an impact both stateside and overseas via his DJ sets and productions. Well known for blending house and tech house elements, Joe has created a unique production style, earning him fast support from top international DJ’s. He has 2 releases under his belt on Green Velvet / Cajmere’s world renowned Cajual Records, with his most recent project getting airplay on Radio 1 by Annie Mac. He’s maintained a consistent release schedule of quality music on top labels dating back to 2007 including notable releases on Salted, Nervous, Beatdown, Safe Music, SOUP, and more. Joe’s DJ residency with the long running NYC based event brand & record label SOUP has landed him in the booth at some of NYC’s most respected venues including Output/Panther Room, Cielo, Sullivan Room, & TBA Brooklyn, where he’s forged a reputation as one of NYC’s top floor rockers. With many taste makers recognizing Joe as one of House & Techno’s rising stars, and some amazing music on cue for release, dance floors are ready for a big year from Joe Pompeo in 2017 & beyond.

Kent Hartman

Listen to "Kent Hartman Goodnight LA" on Spreaker. Before disco, punk, hair metal, rap, and eventually grunge took it all away, the music scene in Los Angeles was dominated by rock 'n' roll. If a group wanted to hit it big, L.A. was the place to be. But in addition to the bands themselves finding their footing, their albums also needed some guidance. That came from a group of dedicated producers and engineers working in a cadre of often dilapidated-looking buildings that contained some of the greatest recording studios the music industry has ever known. Within the windowless walls of these well-hidden studios, legends-to-be such as Foreigner, Fleetwood Mac, Pat Benatar, Boston, the Eagles, the Grateful Dead, Chicago, Linda Ronstadt, Santana, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Loggins and Messina, REO Speedwagon, and dozens more secretly created their album masterpieces: Double Vision. Rumours. Hotel California. Terrapin Station. Damn the Torpedoes. Hi Infidelity. However, the truth of what went on during these recording sessions has always remained elusive. But not anymore. Longtime music-business insider Kent Hartman has filled Goodnight, L.A. with troves of never-before-told stories about the most prolific and important period and place in rock 'n' roll history. With music producer Keith Olsen and guitarist Waddy Wachtel as guides to the journey and informed by new, in-depth interviews with classic rock artists, famed record producers, and scores of others, Goodnight, L.A. reveals what went into the making of some of the best music of the past forty years. Readers will hear how some of their favorite albums and bands came to be, and ultimately how fame, fortune, excess, and a shift in listener demand brought it all tumbling down.

Harry Connick Jr

Listen to "Harry Connick Jr From Harry Season 2" on Spreaker. Harry Connick Jr has exemplified excellence in every aspect of the entertainment world. He has received recognition with multiple Grammy and Emmy Awards as well as Tony Nominations for his live and recorded musical performances, his achievements on screens large and small, and his appearances on Broadway as both an actor and a composer. Harry began performing the music of his native New Orleans as a pianist and vocalist at the age of five. He moved to New York at age 18, signed with Columbia Records and three years later achieved multi-platinum success with his contributions to the "When Harry Met Sally." movie soundtrack. Over the past three decades, he has established himself as a musician, singer and composer par excellence, a legendary live performer and a best-selling artist with millions of records sold around the world. In the 1990s he became an on-screen presence with roles in films such as "Little Man Tate," "Copycat," and "Independence Day" and as a romantic lead opposite Sandra Bullock in "Hope Floats." His voice-over talents were featured in "The Iron Giant" and "My Dog Skip" and he continues to appear in films, most recently in "Dolphin Tale" and its sequel. Harry began making his mark in the world of television at the turn of the new millennium. He was a lead actor in ABC's "South Pacific" and then scored a recurring role in the groundbreaking sitcom "Will & Grace." In 2013, he joined the judging panel of "American Idol" alongside Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban. Harry also brought his music to the small screen with his "Harry for the Holidays" Christmas special on NBC and his Emmy- winning, PBS specials "Only You in Concert" and "Live in Concert on Broadway." In addition, "The Happy Elf," based on a Harry original Christmas song was animated for an NBC Television Special. The Connick realm also expanded to include Broadway. He received Tony nominations both for his debut work on Broadway as composer and lyricist for the musical "Thou Shalt Not" and for his debut as the lead actor in the Tony-winning revival of "The Pajama Game." He has also adapted "The Happy Elf" for children's theater.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Killy On The Right Sound" on Spreaker. Modern technology has opened the door for many writers and producers to perform their lyrics in the comforts of their home grown studios. Killy warns players to always mess with the right equipment. What you think is a great sound isn't always accepted beyond your four walls. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Killamonjaro.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Russ Builds His Platform" on Spreaker. When the industry of music has been turned upside down by endless amounts of free downloads the artists were forced to locate platforms. One such place of release has always been SoundCloud. A tool that Atlanta's Russ learned how to master. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is titled Maybe.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Watermat On Lifestyle" on Spreaker. It's completely natural to think of today's master mixers endlessly performing on festival stages. Not true. Getting into that studio at all times of the day and night is still the biggest payoff. For Watermat that usually means some pretty hefty late nights. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Ruff Like This.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Avicii Working With Jingles" on Spreaker. One of my favorite stories has always been how Coca Cola approached master mixer Avicii to help them create a new jingle and campaign. Imagine being in that space and place. Something so global and suddenly you're in the center of bringing people together. Where does the creative energy and ideas come from? How do you keep yourself level headed while pushing forward? The latest release from Avicii on rBeatz Radio is Without You.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Soman Chainani

Listen to "Soman Chainani The School For Good And Evil" on Spreaker. HarperCollins Publishers will publish three more books in the bestselling THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL series! The next three novels, called THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL: THE CAMELOT YEARS, will begin publishing in Fall 2017 with THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL #4: QUESTS FOR GLORY. This follows after the end of THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL #3: THE LAST EVER AFTER and begins a new era in the Endless Woods – the Camelot Years. Readers will follow their favorite characters beyond the school, as they set out on their epic quests to achieve fairy tale glory. “We are so thrilled to expand the rich world Soman has created,” said Antonia Markiet, Senior Executive Editor at HarperCollins Children’s Books,. “We know his fans will love QUESTS FOR GLORY and the adventures that await them in the new books.” “Like so many of Soman’s readers, I couldn’t help wondering what came next for the characters I’ve grown to care so much about. Happily for us, we’re about to find out…” commented Senior Editorial Director at HarperCollins UK. “The first three years of school were just the beginning,” Soman Chainani said. “I can’t wait for Readers to see what becomes of their favorite Evers and Nevers as they graduate into their fairy tales. Because as the fairy tale world gets bigger, so do their stories.” To prime the market for this new installment in the series, THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL: THE EVER NEVER HANDBOOK went on-sale on July 12, 2016. This full-color, illustrated book is an immersive guide to surviving the Endless Woods and is perfect for fans and new readers alike. And this past summer, the New York Public Library recommended THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL as one of its summer reading series picks for high-schoolers:


Listen to "Ryan McCombs From Soil" on Spreaker. Formed in 1997, Chicago Heavy Rock band SOiL quickly took the scene by storm. The band has sold over 2 million albums worldwide and is best known for the hit singles "Halo", "Unreal", "Redefine", "The Lesser Man", and "Shine On". With the song "Halo" gaining major radio attention, a major label bidding war broke out in an attempt to sign SOiL. The band would ultimately sign to J Records (BMG) by music industry legend Clive Davis. Clive, responsible for signing such acts as Pink Floyd and Aerosmith, stated that "you're gonna be my only rock band for now. You're going to be a priority, and I want to break this band." SOiL experienced mainstream success with the major label debut "Scars" which was released in September 2001. This achievement was aided by the popular singles "Halo" and "Unreal" which gained the band exposure on MTV. The success resulted in the band winning Metal Edge magazine's 2001 Readers' Choice Award for "Next Big Thing". The band consistently toured in support of top name acts such as Ozzy Osbourne and Rob Zombie which propelled the group into arena sized venues and crowds.  In 2004, the band released their second major label album "". The group toured for a year straight in support of the album and returned home to begin writing follow up material and finish various live dates.  The band released their next two albums "True Self" (2006) and "Picture Perfect" (2009) and proved that they were a mainstay in the Hard Rock world with non stop touring and by spawning yet another top charting hit single with "The Lesser Man" in 2010. SOiL released its sixth studio album, entitled "Whole", on August 20, 2013. The album was a "Return to form" for the band and has been hailed by fans and critics alike as the album that could have come directly after the "Scars" album. Some featured songs from "WHOLE" include the top 40 charting singles "Shine On" and "The Hate Song". Both meeting with strong rotation and charting at the Active Rock format. After celebrating their 20th anniversary in January of 2017, SOiL entered into the studio to record new material to be included on “SCREAM: The essentials”, a Greatest Hits collection featuring the songs that solidified SOiL as Hard Rock mainstays, as well as, alternate versions of popular tracks and unreleased material. The new studio track "Gimme Some Lovin" is a cover song originally featured in the 1980 smash hit cult classic movie "The Blues Brothers". "We felt it was a perfect song to add the album" states bassist Tim King. "It tied in our Chicago roots and the 20th anniversary of the band perfectly". The band continues to tour and stay active in the music industry.

Katy Tur

Listen to "Katy Tur Unbelievable" on Spreaker. Called "Disgraceful," "third-rate," and "not nice" by Donald Trump, NBC News Correspondent Katy Tur reported on-and took flak from-the most captivating and volatile presidential candidate in American history. Tur lived out of a suitcase for a year and a half, following Trump around the country, powered by packets of peanut butter and dry shampoo. She visited forty states with the candidate, made over 3,800 live television reports, and tried to endure a gazillion loops of Elton John's "Tiny Dancer" -a Trump rally playlist staple. From day one to day 500, Tur documented Trump's inconsistencies, fact-checked his falsities, and called him out on his lies. In return, Trump repeatedly singled Tur out. He tried to charm her, intimidate her, and shame her. At one point, he got a crowd so riled up against Tur, Secret Service had to walk her to her car. None of it worked. Facts are stubborn. So was Tur. She was part of the first women-led politics team in the history of network news. The Boys on the Bus became the Girls on the Plane. But the circus remained. Through all the long nights, wild scoops, naked chauvinism, dodgy staffers, and fevered debates, no one had a better view than Tur. When Trump became an unexpected presidential success story, Tur became NBC's unexpected darling of political journalism. Ripped from her expat life in London as a foreign correspondent, she lost a lifestyle (and a boyfriend) but joined a family tradition. Tur's parents were the helicopter journalists who filmed the LA riots and OJ Simpson's fleeing White Bronco. They helped invent the live-obsessed news industry that Trump used for his rise. UNBELIEVABLE is Tur's darkly comic, fascinatingly bizarre, and often scary story of what it was like to be on the inside a no-rules world where reporters were spat on, demeaned, and discredited. "During the campaign, whenever anyone asked what it was like to cover Trump my go to answer was 'wild ride,'" she says. "Well, now I can tell you what I really thought. And what really happened when the cameras turned off." Katy Tur is a correspondent for NBC News and an anchor for MSNBC. Tur is the recipient of a 2017 Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism. She lives in New York City.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Logic On The Concept" on Spreaker. Concept albums aren't a faded pair of jeans from a generation of album collectors. Logic's new release is a brilliant display of why Grammy Awards are shared with artists that reach beyond the present moment of fad. He talks about the journey of bringing this album together and why Atom is very important to the generation. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is 1 800 273 8255

Sam Paganini

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Sam Paganini On His Sound" on Spreaker. The importance of making sure your fans and followers know what to expect. Sam Paganini is constantly in touch with those that support is French Techno approach. So much so those on the floor have placed the master mixer's presentation in a league of its own. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Gravity.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Axwell And Ingrosso

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Axwell And Ingrosso Change" on Spreaker. Change is the one thing that most people have a difficult time dealing with. Not for Axwell and Ingrosso. They live it and breathe it by knowing music is endlessly evolving. One minute we Hip Hopping then bouncing into a Berlin underground scene. You have to be ready for change and that's why their latest release on rBeatz Radio More Than You Know is a powerhouse global success.

Jessie Ware

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Jessie Ware Alone" on Spreaker. One of the greatest things about releasing music in 2017? There are no true rules. If a live audience is singing your song and it's never been on the radio, you push it forward. That's what rBeatz Radio artist Jessie Ware has done with Alone. She took note of the crowd clapping and singing along to the song in a time when they shouldn't have latched onto it so well. But it was moving the audience in the most positive way.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Sam Moore

Listen to "Sam Moore An American Patriot" on Spreaker. Legendary GRAMMY-winning 'Soul Man' Sam Moore is preparing to release a new album titled An American Patriot in September, which features inspiring renditions of iconic American classics including "God Bless America," "God Bless the U.S.A.," and "Show For You," the 2017 Department of Defense Warrior Games anthem. This patriotic album was inspired by Moore's own performance of "America the Beautiful" on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where his dear friend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. stood 53 years before him. Most recently, Moore performed during the "'Make America Great Again!' Welcome Celebration" on January 19th to celebrate the newly elected President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump and sang a duet at A Capitol Fourth with The Blues Brothers. ABOUT SAM MOORE Sam Moore found musical fame as lead vocalist of the '60s powerhouse duo Sam & Dave. With 1967's hit "Soul Man," the duo found lasting fame, defined a genre, and altered the course of music history. Their signature sound influenced a diverse array of musical talents, including Al Green, Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, Tom Petty, Phil Collins, Elvis Costello, Billy Joel and so many others. Sam & Dave's music and personas inspired the film The Blues Brothers, and other hits like "Hold On I'm Coming" have appeared on the soundtracks of more than a dozen films. Moore, 81, continues to record and perform to critical acclaim as a solo artist and as a guest performer for dozens of his musical friends. To learn more about Sam Moore, visit or follow him on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Captain Charlie Griffin

Listen to "Captain Charlie From Wicked Tuna Outer Banks" on Spreaker. National Geo's Wicked Tuna has hit the Outer Banks with a surge of raw energy. Captain Charlie Griffin is a man on a mission. To keep his wide range of experiences ahead of all other fisherman. He truly believes southern boats have a serious edge over the northern competition. Wicked Tuna on National Geographic 10/9c

French Horn Rebellion

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update French Horn Rebellion The Beginning" on Spreaker. I'm always amazed at where brilliant music ideas take on their first shape. For French Horn Rebellion it was in a bedroom. Now the brother duo from New York has expanded to a community of songwriters, producers and performers. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Presentation.

Don Diablo

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Don Diablo" on Spreaker. The right name for the right place. Don Diablo openly admits that he grew up wearing a pair of shy shoes. It was difficult for him to step outside his inner circle. During his mid-teens that all changed when he realized the importance of changing your name to become the identity racing to become an image in the world of music. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Momentum.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Marc Almond

Listen to "Marc Almond Shadows And Reflections" on Spreaker. Marc Almond has just released his new single "How Can I Be Sure," from his forthcoming 60's inspired album of orchestral pop songs entitled Shadows And Reflections. "How Can I Be Sure" is Marc's reinterpretation of the Young Rascals track - an exceptional piece of songwriting that Marc reinterpreted with his own vision, adding subtle nuances and changes while retaining the song's original majesty. Says Marc: “My audience may not be familiar with a lot of these songs so I had to bear that in mind. Whereas if you’re an aficionado and you know how brilliant they are, you’ll see I’ve not reinvented them an awful lot because I thought the arrangements are so good in the first place. These songs just need to be put out there again so people can hear them. Me singing them introduces them to a different audience and brings them out into the light." He continues: "'How Can I Be Sure" is one of those special compositions that when people hear it, they know it from somewhere but it won’t be a song that is sung everywhere. It’s a very modern song in that it addresses questions about life that are pertinent today. Yes, there’s a feeling of nostalgia to it but songs have to tell a story and have got to feel relevant, fresh and different sounding. One thing I really wanted to do with the album was to pay homage to the arrangements of songs from that time. I always loved the way they blended pop and classical with a slight psychedelia, and ‘How Can I Be Sure’ fitted really nicely into the record.”

Troye Sivan

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Troye Sivan" on Spreaker. It's the music "Business." For Troye Sivan no day passes that he isn't pressing the flesh with decision makers and song players. It's not until the light crank up after sunset that he's allowed to step on that stage and bring all that fun to life. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Martin Garrix There For You.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Goldfrapp" on Spreaker. That live performance. So much time is spent in the studio piecing together everything from a simple single to an EP or full album. Pushing it out there requires that stage and performance. The English Electronic duo Goldfrapp talks about life out on the road. Their latest release son rBeatz Radio is Annebelle.

Friday, September 8, 2017

John C McGinley

Listen to "John McGinley From The Good Catholic" on Spreaker. Daniel (Zachary Spicer) is a young, idealistic priest who loves his work more than anything. While he struggles to find balance between the dueling philosophies of his mentors, Father Victor (Danny Glover), an old school, no nonsense traditionalist, and Father Ollie (John C. McGinley), a chainsmoking, carb addicted Franciscan, Daniel's passion for his calling never waivers. And then he meets Jane. After a chance encounter during a late night confession, the complicated and mysterious Jane (Wrenn Schmidt), starts to open up Daniel's world to an entirely different set of possibilities. And problems. As new bonds form and old ones are tested, Daniel must decide what his true calling really is - and whether or not he has the courage to answer it. Here's the trailer:

Alison Crowther

Listen to "Alison Crowther Man In Red Bandana" on Spreaker. Welles Crowther is a 9/11 hero who "went up so others could come down". His story became known 8 months following the tragedy due to an ordinary object ...a red bandana. This is a story of sacrifice, selflessness and how the actions of one man have touched and inspired others. Our film is about Welles Crowther, a 9/11 hero. Welles was tragically killed in the lobby of the South Tower when it collapsed. He stayed to help others and his heroics only became known 8 months after the tragedy due to an ordinary object ... a red bandana. The film re-traces the unique manner in which his heroics became known, as well as his last inspirational hour (his finest hour) saving others from the upper reaches of the South Tower. The film, then, depicts Welles' folklore stature throughout the United States including songs, artwork and babies that have been named in his honor. This legacy section leads up to the revelation of a remarkable secret about Welles that provides the perfect, inspirational ending.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Updaten Avicii" on Spreaker. Bringing to life the hook of a song. With so much vocal sampling taking place what becomes the attraction the orchestration of beats in the background with its ever popular build ups or the chunks of lyrics belted out studio musicians or legendary performers like Etta James? Avicii brings forward his mission. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Without You.

Vanilla Ace

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Vanilla Ace" on Spreaker. The beats. Be it in the club or vibrating the ear drums of several thousand at festivals. What's the truer history of where they come from? Is it someone sitting inside a studio then reaching out to the master mixers to lay into the tracks that make up their show? Or is it the being brought to life live at the performance? Vanilla Ace gives us a sneak peak at who what and where? His latest release on rBeatz Radio is We Feelin It.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Stella Lost

Listen to "Rudy Martinez From Stella Lost" on Spreaker. Stella Lost comes from the South end of Texas of bellowing heat, as does their music and stage presence. Formed in 2012, the current lineup consists of Rudy Martinez (rhythm guitar), Mike Angel (vocals), Ram Salas (guitars/leads), Daniel Duran (drums), and Joe Morales (bass). After performing locally in South Texas, and various lineup changes, they released a mini LP named Everything Is Old Again through Pavement Entertainment in November 2015. This release was embarking on something great. It was a synopsis of a dark wave of melodic overtones with personal lyrical content that the band could embrace as their own. Through hard work and various regional dates, Stella Lost gained momentum, thus being able to create their second eight-track record, Figures. The songs have come of age since the last LP but remain fresh. Figures is the sound that today's rock has been missing, which is substance and clarity that takes the listener into various moods while still being captivated with strong hooks. The single, "Figures," depicts anxieties experienced in the modern age. On the single, Rudy Martinez says, "Fear and uncertainty inspired us to write this song, thus creating a brighter future." Check out the music video below. Stella Lost - Figures (Offical Music Video) "Figures" Official Music Video Stella Lost will be on the road the rest of this year to support the new release.

Sandeep Kapoor

Listen to "Sandeep Kapoor Trust Me I'm A Dr" on Spreaker. In 2007, Dr. Sandeep Kapoor was a well-respected primary care physician with a thriving practice and a deeply fulfilling life in Los Angeles. On the morning of October 12, 2007, his professional and personal worlds collided when he was implicated in the death of one of his patients, reality star Anna Nicole Smith, and subsequently tried on six felony counts. After a protracted and costly legal battle, he was acquitted on all charges, exonerated and shown to be a caring and concerned doctor, but the salacious trial stripped him of his privacy and exposed his private journals and intimate writings which were entered into evidence, laying bare the most personal details of his life, including those of his relationship with his famous and troubled client. Now 10 years later, Dr. Kapoor has told his story in his own words in TRUST ME, I'M A DOCTOR-My Life Before, During and After Anna Nicole Smith. In the very candid memoir, he talks about the stress of the trial and his long road back to rebuilding his reputation, his practice and his life. He reveals his personal experiences, friendship and insights into Anna Nicole Smith. Dr. Kapoor is a nationally recognized expert, speaker and lecturer in the areas of Primary Care Medicine, Preventative Health, Pain Management and Geriatric Medicine with a medical practice in Los Angeles. TRUST ME, I'M A DOCTOR-My Life Before, During and After Anna Nicole Smith is an account of his journey and the perils of celebrity and excess.

India Hicks

Listen to "India Hicks Empowerment" on Spreaker. India Hicks, the founder and creative force behind the eponymous lifestyle brand, empowers and enables women to become entrepreneurs and run their own successful small businesses. It also helps gives back to local communities.                 India has had such success that GOOD HOUSEKEEPING MAGAZINE has announced her as the 2017  "ENTREPRENEURSHIP and FEMALE EMPOWERMENT" awardee.  She will be featured in the September issue.                 When she was 13 years old - India was one of Princess Diana's bridesmaid. She is the goddaughter and second cousin to Prince Charles.                 Fast forward to 2015, after a decade of successful licensing partnerships with notable companies such as Crabtree & Evelyn and HSN, India launched INDIA HICKS Inc– a lifestyle brand sold through "Ambassadors."  The company uses a special modern approach of bypassing traditional retail channels like departments stores and sells her highly covetable products exclusively inside homes, at events and online through these women. Think 21st Century Avon or Mary Kay.                 With more than 2000 Ambassadors, India Hicks is building out a unique platform that provides real opportunity for those who get involved to generate sizable incomes, quickly become female entrepreneurs and get to run their own successful small businesses. India’s lifestyle collection fits in perfectly with the chic, active lifestyle of the modern woman.  Her collection is also a perfect opportunity for women to fulfill their entrepreneurial dreams without the sleepless nights and financial risk of creating one from scratch.                   India’s innovative business model also includes Get Together Give Together events, where the collection is sold and a portion of those sales go to the host's charity of choice, allowing them to give back to their communities and local causes.                 Ambassadors live across the United States with strong presences in Florida, Texas and Illinois. Missouri, Kansas, Minnesota and Wisconsin saw explosive growth last year. And the company  plans to focus on other states showing tremendous potential.                India Hicks has made such tremendous headway that she  has been selected by the editors of Good Housekeeping Magazine for her role in promoting female entrepreneurship for their September issue.   From Good Housekeeping (GH):  “India Hicks was selected for her entrepreneurship and her outstanding company that not only provides jobs, but also gives back.  She is a game changer, an influencer, and an inspiration." The editors of GH and guest editor Melinda Gates went through thousands of candidates to narrow it down to the 15 winners this year.  "They must be making a difference in their fields, breaking barriers.”