Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Adam Pearce From NBCs The Voice" on Spreaker. Adam Pearce has made his way back onto NBC's The Voice. He listened to the advice shared by Adam Levine and it's totally paying off. His first mission was to figure out what was taking him off track. It ended up being his nerves. By way of a vocal coach the powerhouse Rocker is back to put a dent in Pop.
Posted by Arroe at 3:08 AM
Monday, October 30, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Kathrina Feigh NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. We all know how fast things are traveling. How then is it possible to live in the moment when your voice is being around the world on NBC's The Voice? Kathrina Feigh believes its about looking at each moment as the victory not the physical final night of the program.
Posted by Arroe at 2:57 AM
Friday, October 27, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Dylan Gerard From The Voice" on Spreaker. Getting the opportunity to perform on NBC's The Voice... Do you get to play like a kid? Cher openly admits she knew there would one day be fame so she practiced her signature in school. Do those on this globally recognized show do the same? We took it to Dylan Gerard.
Posted by Arroe at 5:20 AM
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Watermat On Developing Sound" on Spreaker. Who you were when you first appeared on the music scene will always be different as the chapters continue to be written. Watermat spent his early pages putting a lot of focus on the Underground scene. Today he's developed not only a globally attractive sound but entire performance. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Ruff Like This.
Posted by Arroe at 4:52 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Davon Fleming The Art Of Music" on Spreaker. So often we locate our skills and talents while we're growing into a pair of adult shoes. For Davon Fleming from NBC's The Voice his grandmother knew first thing that he would one day be seen by millions via his vocals and how they're delivered.
Posted by Arroe at 4:18 AM
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Kygo On Liking A Song" on Spreaker. Most artists can easily explain where and why a song suddenly appears on the path. Taking the subject deeper... Is there ever a piece of music that you truly didn't think would become a hit song and night after night although you dislike it the notes say sing? KYGO can relate. His latest release on rBeatz Radio isn't that song. It's called Stargazing.
Posted by Arroe at 7:22 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Camila Cabello Lands Guess" on Spreaker. Landing a song on the charts is hot. Connecting with a huge corporation by way of sponsorship is the next level of play on music's stage. Camila Cabello's bright light is shining next to the world famous Guess. The experience has totally rocked her chapters. Her latest release on rBeatz Radio is Havana.
Posted by Arroe at 6:28 AM
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Listen to "Jeff Sotzing Johnny Carson The Complete Collection" on Spreaker. Twelve years have passed since the death of Johnny Carson, the undisputed king of late night television. One of this country's most popular entertainers, Carson's massive nightly audience was estimated to have reached as many as 15 million, according to his obituary in The New York Times. Yet, if you've been waiting for the Carson bobblehead, the Carson shower curtain, or other such memorabilia that make some celebrities worth more dead than alive, you might have to wait awhile. At least as long as Jeffrey Carson Sotzing has anything to say about it. The man seated in a small, nondescript office in Fullerton is Carson's nephew, protégé, and president of Carson Entertainment Group. He shows off a framed poster of his uncle, and a framed photograph of himself with the TV icon taken in 1982 when they visited the Nebraska town where Carson grew up. Sotzing started working for his uncle when he was 24, and ended up becoming one of the producers of "The Tonight Show" and, later, Carson's business partner. He now handles the licensing of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson," and fields pitches about myriad Carson-themed possibilities. He points to a vintage Rolodex stuffed with yellowing cards. Buddy Hackett's name and phone number are visible. "I thought you might want to see this," says Sotzing. "Johnny knew everybody. It's a real Who's Who." He also shows off one of the coffee mugs Carson cradled at his desk while chatting up guests. Like the Rolodex, it's an original, not a newly minted knickknack. Sotzing acknowledges that Carson lent his name to a number of things. A clothing line. A cologne. Some burger stands. "But he wasn't really comfortable with that kind of stuff, and finally stopped it. What he loved most was to stand on that mark and deliver his monologue. He used to say, 'Let the work speak for us.' That's what he loved to sell. And that's what I'm selling." That conservative and respectful approach might end up leaving untold millions of dollars on the table, but Sotzing is determined to proceed with care. "I had a meeting with the guy who's worked with the Elvis Presley estate. And it was very interesting. But you know, I just can't see Johnny's face on a lunchbox." In today's world of multiple media platforms and mind-boggling technology, it takes a scoreboard to track the comings and goings of the many talk shows and their hosts. But despite having been off the air for 25 years, Johnny Carson remains "the gold standard," reminds Sotzing, who has been helping the Fullerton Museum Center assemble an exhibition.
Posted by Arroe at 9:01 AM
Listen to "Jackie Martling The Joke Man Bow To Stern" on Spreaker. In The Joke Man: Bow to Stern, Jackie tells of his beginnings as a working comedian and writer and his climb to the top on The Howard Stern Show. Jackie saw it all, and in The Joke Man: Bow to Stern he shares personal stories as well as a look behind the scenes at one of the highest-rated radio shows of all time. You’ll also get his take on his falling out with Howard and the show, and plenty of the raunchy, laugh-out-loud humor that Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling is famous for. So sit back, relax, and enjoy as “The Joke Man” riffs on his one-of-a-kind career in show business, Howard Stern and the gang, and his very unique life – an American success story like no other. About the Author: For eighteen years, comedian Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling was a fixture of radio and television’s The Howard Stern Show. He was born and raised in East Norwich, a tiny hamlet on the glorious North Shore of Long Island, New York. He graduated in 1966 from Oyster Bay High School and earned his degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University in 1971. Jackie left the Stern show in 2001 after working his way up to head writer of the radio show, four television series, and three Pay-Per-Views. He’s released six dirty joke CDs on Oglio Records: The Joke Man, Sgt. Pecker, Hot Dogs & Donuts, Come Again?!, F. Jackie, and snart, as well as three videos, five joke books, and countless joke gadgets of all kinds, for children as well as adults. He is the author of Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling’s Disgustingly Dirty Joke Book. He lives on Long Island, NY.
Posted by Arroe at 8:14 AM
Listen to "Moriah Formica From NBCs The Voice" on Spreaker. From: Latham, NY and current city Latham, NY Moriah was raised on rock music. Her dad played a lot of '80s hair metal around the house, which lead her to picking up a guitar and teaching herself how to play. Moriah started to sing when she was 9 years old and her first performance was at a graduation party that shocked her whole family. At 11, she joined the Modern Day Music Program, a music school that allows kids to join bands and play rock music together. Through the program she was able to meet Michael Sweet, who is the lead singer of '80s metal band Stryper. She opened for him at a local show and later sang on his most recent album, which reached #1 on the Billboard Hard Rock chart.
Posted by Arroe at 6:23 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Hailee Steinfeld Bridges The Platforms" on Spreaker. Bridging the platforms. That's the best way you can describe what Hailee Steinfeld is doing. From Hollywood to the worlds biggest radio stations and stages she's continuous with her sights and sounds. When you break it all down she says its because music and movies share something in common...storytelling. Her latest release on rBeatz Radio is Let Me Go.
Posted by Arroe at 4:30 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Angelica Joni Started In School" on Spreaker. Music exploration has always been the key to locating a rhyme and reason within the constantly changing sites and sounds of music. Angelica Joni was Classically trained. Then she realized the sounds she was generating was deep into the roots of R&B and Pop. Her latest release on rBeatz Radio is Exhale.
Posted by Arroe at 3:54 AM
Monday, October 23, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Pep And Rash's Unique Sound" on Spreaker. Today's Dance music doesn't all sounds the same. Not when you've got incredible wizards like Pep and Rash behind the control board. Developing their unique blend of beats has been a journey that's inspiring the higher ranks of the industry. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio has them teamed up with Watermat Ruff Like This.
Posted by Arroe at 4:25 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update W&W Inspirations" on Spreaker. Every generation of sound has its connections to an inspiration or influence. Especially the master mixers and festival DJs. It's fun to dive into their bins of beats and other sounds to see what was used to help shape their present stage. W&W talk about their movement forward while their song Chakra continues to spin on rBeatz Radio
Posted by Arroe at 3:53 AM
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Vini Vici On Name" on Spreaker. It's not always the name of the band that represents what we're seeing on stage and or in clubs. Many of today's master mixers have created their own projects. With the life and style is a name. Such as Vini Vici. Awesome stage name right? It's the duo's brand. Their style. Their ticket to be in charge of the energy within the four walls of dance. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio has them teamed with W&W Chakra.
Posted by Arroe at 3:36 AM
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Listen to "Paul Vigna THE ANATOMY OF THE WALKING DEAD" on Spreaker. The Walking Dead has been a hit sensation since it first aired in 2010, consistently dominating both network and cable television, and pulling in millions of viewers on a weekly basis. But the television program is so much more than stellar ratings numbers; it’s a fandom that spans the entire world, and includes everyone from celebrities like Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, to NFL stars, and beyond. One such super-fan is Paul Vigna, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, who has written the definitive fan guide to this iconic television show. Part backstage pass, part love-letter to the show, and part zombie encyclopedia, GUTS: The Anatomy of The Walking Dead (Dey Street Books, on-sale 10/3/2017) is an in-depth look at the inner workings of a cultural phenomenon. Vigna, who writes weekly recaps of The Walking Dead for The Wall Street Journal, takes his passion for the show and marries it to his background as a reporter. The result is a book replete with factoids about the show, interviews with cast members, producers, and other notables, as well as in depth analysis of the entire series to date.
Posted by Arroe at 11:00 AM
Listen to "Arsenio Hall Loves It Live On Stage" on Spreaker. Before Hollywood and Late Night Arsenio Hall was on the road night after night delivering quick up to date lines that created an incredible amount of laughs. He loves being in front of a live audience and as he says there's no better time than now to crank up the funny. What's this about a new collaboration with he and Eddie Murphy?
Posted by Arroe at 10:21 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Sandro Cavazza On Songwriting" on Spreaker. Themed EP's and albums have made their way back onto the fan and follower's favorites list. Rather than downloading one particular song the new way is to take in the entire journey written and produced by artist. One of them being Sandro Cavazza who openly admits he put himself in between those lines and lyrics. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Avicci Without You.
Posted by Arroe at 3:40 AM
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Listen to "5 New Beats from rBeatz Oct 17 2017" on Spreaker. We do it every week on rBeatz Radio. 5 New Beats to keep you up to beat on what's brand new to the street. We put focus on Deniz Bul, Sasha and Polica, Victor Ruiz and Timmy Trumpet.
Posted by Arroe at 8:30 AM
Listen to "Kevin Cook Electric October" on Spreaker. The 2017 Major League Baseball season ends in just under a month on October 1. The postseason begins 2 days later on October 3. And the 2017 World Series is set to begin October 24. And just in time for all this baseball excitement comes the new book ELECTRIC OCTOBER. And you don't have to be a baseball fan to pick up the book and enjoy it! KEVIN COOK - author of the award-winning Tommy’s Honor (now a feature film) - says: "I think of ELECTRIC OCTOBER as the best baseball story you never heard. A true story of momentary fame, friendship, teamwork, memory, and life’s biggest challenge: how we deal with the cards that fate deals us." The 1947 World Series was “the most exciting ever” in the words of Joe DiMaggio, with a decade’s worth of drama packed into seven games between the mighty New York Yankees and the underdog Brooklyn Dodgers. Red Barber, the radio voice of the game’s golden age, swore he’d never witnessed such unlikely highs and lows. It was the first integrated Series, featuring a rookie Jackie Robinson, who broke the color line that year, and it was also the first televised World Series. But it was also the setting for several unlikely stories of how baseball bestows instant fame – and infamy. Amid all the star power on display, Cook explores the story of a half dozen men who are remembered by the game’s historians and trivia buffs if remembered at all. Kevin Cook’s new book, ELECTRIC OCTOBER: Seven World Series Games, Six Lives, Five Minutes of Fame That Lasted Forever [Henry Holt and Company] gets its title from the moniker given to the Series by sportswriters at the time. ELECTRIC OCTOBER spotlights six men who found themselves plucked from obscurity to shine on the sport’s greatest stage: sore-armed Bill Bevens, a journeyman who knocked on the door of pitching immortality; Al Gionfriddo and Cookie Lavagetto, who came off the bench to play key roles for the Dodgers; Snuffy Stirnweiss, a wartime batting champ who never got any respect; and managers Bucky Harris and Burt Shotton, each an unlikely choice to run his team. For some of these men, the ’47 Series was a memory to hold on to. For others, it would haunt them to the end of their days. And for us, Kevin Cook offers insights—at once heartbreaking and uplifting—into what fame and heroism truly mean. Small-town boys, most of them, each one a hometown hero, they spent a week in the national spotlight and then faded away, forgotten. Yet Cook’s deep reporting and lively narrative goes beyond baseball history to explore how an encounter with greatness can change a man’s life forever. These six lives combine to tell a great American story of fame, friendship, teamwork, memory, and life’s biggest challenge: how we deal with the cards that fate deals us.
Posted by Arroe at 8:11 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Smash Mouth Rebuilds" on Spreaker. Thunder pretty much rolls through all shapes of music formations. What many don't expect is how that drive to be live in front of fans never truly disappears. Thanks to master mixers like Dave Aude a newer shape of an old classic has been put back up on the surface to be lived out, danced to and celebrated. The latest remix from Steve Harwell of Smash Mouth is on rBeatz Radio Walkin On The Sun.
Posted by Arroe at 5:08 AM
Monday, October 16, 2017
Listen to "Jimmy McDonough Soul Survivor" on Spreaker. Al Green is one of the most intricate and elusive figures in popular music, and considered by many to be the greatest soul singer of the twentieth century. Yet he has never been scrutinized in print successfully. Jimmy McDonough's Soul Survivor: A Biography of Al Green is three years in the making and comprised of research that encompasses all known interviews, articles, books, and court records, as well as many sources who've never spoken on record before. It adds up to a warts-and-all portrait that all but obliterates his surface-only autobiography (which Green admits he hasn't read). The dichotomy between Green's public, God-fearing persona and the troubled, often-violent man in private is immense. He once said, "I'm a mystery. The people in my own church don't even know who I am. I'm not really sure if I know who I am half the time." Soul Survivor reconciles the two into one talented and complex individual. From hits like "Take Me to the River" and "Let's Stay Together" to Green's tortured road to gospel and how he demolished a million-dollar career along the way, this is the full treatment of the man whose life is the living embodiment of the collision between the sacred and the profane. Jimmy McDonough is a journalist and biographer best known for the bestselling Shakey: Neil Young's Biography and his biographies of Russ Meyer, Andy Milligan and Tammy Wynette. He has written for a number of publications including The Village Voice, Film Comment, and Variety. McDonough lives in Portland, Oregon.
Posted by Arroe at 11:21 AM
Listen to "Alane Adams Raven God" on Spreaker. When her 12-year-old son challenged her to write a book that he would actually want to read, author ALANE ADAMS knew she had her work cut out for her. Flash forward to the present day, and that challenge has manifested itself in Adams's award-winning LEGENDS OF ORKNEY trilogy, concluding this fall with THE RAVEN GOD. Full of action, adventure and Norse mythology, the middle grade series is perfect for fans of Percy Jackson and guaranteed to hook even the most reluctant of readers (just ask her son!). Her books are part of PopCulture classroom and taught at schools and she has an incredible online book club for schools. As a literacy advocate and founder of Rise Up Foundation (which has donated thousands of dollars and books to schools and libraries), Adams knew that there was something more she could do in order to encourage kids to pick up the series. Earning her title as a transmedia author, Adams decided to partner with Artifact Technologies to create BattleKasters, an interactive mobile game designed after the world of Orkney. With the ability to cast spells and interact with other players in real time, BattleKasters was a hit at Comic Cons across the country. She also teamed up with SAG foundation to donate books and money to their literary program (Storybook Online) where celebrities read stories aloud for children across the globe to access. Christian Slater read one of Alane’s books for the video series: http://people.com/tv/ed-oneill-reading-storyline-online-sag-aftra/
Listen to "The Business Of Aaron Paul" on Spreaker. We've evolved into a society where record labels and major publishers aren't a physical requirement to locate success. Aaron Paul knows how to put one foot in front of the other. It's about being in several places at the same time. The internet has opened the door for every platform to be your stage. Maintaining that presence comes with a price. But the payoff is well worth the work.
Posted by Arroe at 6:44 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update J Balvin Humble Dreams" on Spreaker. Music is such an incredible place to locate your art. The way the energy moves through you then out into an atmosphere of receivers. For J Balvin it's a very humbling experience. When you've reached the heights he has is there still room to dream? He says there's always newer ways to reach toward people. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is the very catchy Mi Gente.
Posted by Arroe at 5:09 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Don Diablo Marketing" on Spreaker. Creating a logo has always been a brilliant branding decision. But what happens when the original point of direction has unveiled newer layers of travel? Don Diablo's new place in music history was the effect of his cause. He wanted to connect every sound he was shaping and the logo was the answer. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Momentum.
Posted by Arroe at 4:49 AM
Friday, October 13, 2017
Listen to "Steve Lynch From Autograph" on Spreaker. Legendary LA Hard Rockers AUTOGRAPH have signed a deal with EMP LABEL GROUP who will release their forthcoming album GET OFF YOUR ASS October 6 th on CD and Digital, with a limited edition vinyl LP version available in November. GET OFF YOUR ASS is the first official studio LP from the revamped quartet, featuring original/founding members guitarist Steve Lynch and bassist Randy Rand, alongside new vocalist/rhythm guitarist Simon Daniels (Jailhouse), and drummer Marc Wieland. Lynch, an iconic guitarist, revered Worldwide as a bona fide guitar hero (known for his signature 8 finger hammer-on technique), reactivated the band in 2013 with bassist Randy Rand after reconnecting at the NAMM Show. After approaching original vocalist Steve Plunkett, who was unavailable for the reunion due to other business interests, with his blessing, the newly resurrected AUTOGRAPH recruited former JAILHOUSE vocalist Simon Daniels, the rest, as they say, is history. GET OFF YOUR ASS features an updated, hard-edged (and keyboard free) sound for the band, featuring down-tuned guitars, and the fiery, blues-soaked delivery of Daniels, as evidenced on tracks like “Every Generation”, “I Lost My Mind In America”, and the first single, edgy title track “Get Off Your Ass”. The album also features an updated live version of the band’s classic rock staple “Turn Up The Radio”, performed by the current lineup. Says co-founder, guitarist Steve Lynch, “Get Off Your Ass definitely sets a new direction for the band, with an updated, heavier sound, while still retaining the signature melodic hooks people have come to expect from AUTOGRAPH. This record is bound to get the attention of old Autograph fans as well as the new. So put your ears on and turn this one up!! Adds vocalist Simon Daniels, “We are so excited about this record! This is a lineup of brothers with a vision and the perfect chemistry. We wanted the record to be musically timeless, and translate a heavier sound featuring the melodies and harmonies, but with heavier guitars and a more “in your face” attitude. The lyrics come from the heart and are directed to people of our current era, with uplifting messages and positive energy. It’s AUTOGRAPH on steroids.”
Posted by Arroe at 11:44 AM
Listen to "Genndy Tartakovsky Creator Of Samurai Jack" on Spreaker. Genndy Tartakovsky is an award-winning animation visionary, director, writer and producer best known for the hit Cartoon Network series Dexter’s Laboratory, Samurai Jack and Star Wars: Clone Wars. Tartakovsky is now returning to his roots, bringing back the fan favorite Samurai Jack after a twelve-year hiatus. Be the first to see the fully remastered Emmy™ nominated premiere movie from acclaimed Season 1, when Samurai Jack: Premiere Movie Event hits movie theaters nationwide for an exclusive one-night event. Created by celebrated animation director Genndy Tartakovsky, Samurai Jack follows a young Samurai after he is sent to the future by the evil wizard, Aku. With the determination to defeat the wizard and undo his destruction, Jack sets off on a daring journey to return to the past and defeat Aku once and for all. Gathering allies and combating other villains along the way, Jack battles to accomplish his mission and restore the peace of the past. In addition to the remastered movie, fans will get to hear directly from the creator Genndy Tartakovsky on the beginnings of Samurai Jack, and what the show means to him.
Posted by Arroe at 9:52 AM
Listen to "Joel Pace Comedy Teacher" on Spreaker. I am a writer. But I'm not a comedian. I'm a performer. But I'm not a showman. I love studying the art of comedy. What I love most is listening to the journey required to get the writers and showman on that stage. The Comedy Zone Beginner’s Stand-up Comedy Course: class was never this much fun! Imagine sending a packed house at the world famous The Comedy Zone into fits of laughter and having legions of people cheering just for you! Now’s your chance! Enroll now and begin your Comedy Education on stage at the COMEDY CENTRAL CERTIFIED CLUB “The Comedy Zone”. Meets for 6 Mondays from 7-10:00 PM at The Comedy Zone Charlotte. With a graduation showcase on a 7th Monday evening. Our beginner’s course teaches students the fundamentals of writing and performing stand-up comedy. You will learn methods to generate original material using aspects of your life, understanding concepts in formulating structured jokes and proper stage performance techniques. No previous experience necessary. We will video tape your performance for you to have a share with family and friends. You will also receive complimentary tickets to shows at The Comedy Zone located in Lake Norman, Fort Mill and Charlotte! The instructors are the booking agents for Comedy Zone Worldwide national booking agency… (Good guys to know if you want to be a paid performer)! Whether you’re trying to cross something off of your bucket list, overcome stage fright, enhance your other performance skills or working towards becoming a professional paid comedian, then this class is for you. Contact Joel Pace for more information or to register. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704-295-4242 (best hours to call between 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM).
Posted by Arroe at 7:42 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Fedde Le Grand Original Or Remix" on Spreaker. No matter what club or festival you attend there's a big chance someone is going to pop in a remix of a well known song. I've even heard it inside the ranks of Underground. Fedde Le Grand's choice is to always keep his shows moving forward with original mixes. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Coco's Miracle.
Posted by Arroe at 4:13 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Martin Garrix On EDM" on Spreaker. That first step. To decide in the moment that mixing music would be your destiny. For Martin Garrix it was seeing Tiesto at the Olympics that formulated a life and style that's made him one of the biggest names in Dance and Pop. But does that mean his days in Electronic Music are over? His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Pizza.
Posted by Arroe at 3:39 AM
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Listen to "Jon Reep 2017 Streaming Everywhere" on Spreaker. You can't put Jon Reep and myself in the same room. We're going to play like little children. He's either my son from a different generation or a best friend I never had. No matter what happens we're going to laugh so hard that our lungs will explode.
Posted by Arroe at 12:18 PM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Ofenbach On Their Name" on Spreaker. There's a lot more to the name of a band or Festival DJ then most know. Getting to that question always feels like Entertainment Tonight or TMZ but when you're Ofenbach the veins of this living music machine grow deep into the soils of sound. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Be Mine.
Posted by Arroe at 4:08 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Mono Japan On Music Creation" on Spreaker. Every song may sound the same but the artist that brought it to the surface has a different story. Lyrics and beats are a separate language. Then one day there's harmony. But how did we get there? Some leap onto the path of passion of the performance while Mono Japan calls all things created a bridge.
Posted by Arroe at 3:55 AM
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Listen to "Teresa Giudice Standing Strong" on Spreaker. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star and New York Times bestselling author Teresa Giudice opens up about her tumultuous past year in her emotional new memoir Standing Strong. In her second memoir, Teresa chronicles her life since her release from prison and what it's been like to weather difficult times as a single mother. Though she recounts the happy memories she has experienced over the past year, she also touches upon some of the darkest times of her life, including her parents' hospitalizations for severe medical issues in late 2016, which led to the tragic passing of her mother in March of 2017. With unparalleled honesty and courage, Teresa opens up in Standing Strong in ways she never has before, showing her fans what it truly means to be a survivor. MORE ON TERESA FROM BRAVOTV.COM Teresa and Joe Giudice's marriage has overcome a lot of adversity over the past few years. However, The Real Housewives of New Jersey mom doesn't seem to be as certain about the future of their relationship as she once was. Teresa opened up during a recent interview with Us Weekly about whether her 18-year marriage to Joe can survive his time away as he continues to serve his 41-month sentence in prison. "Will I still be married to Joe in 40 years? I have no idea," she said. "You don't know what life will bring." The RHONJ author opens up about her marriage like never before in her upcoming book Standing Strong, which hits shelves October 3. In it, she reveals that she's still angry with Joe for getting them into the financial situation that led to both of them serving time in prison. "I know he didn't mean to do it intentionally, but I'm still mad at the situation," she told Us Weekly. "He should have been on top of everything!" When asked if Teresa has ever thought, "I'm done" when it comes to her marriage with Joe, she said, "Not yet." But the road to forgiveness might be a long one for the RHONJ couple. "When he gets home, we'll see. We have to ride this whole thing out. He has to serve his time, come home and do amazing. And then I'll answer that question," she explained. "But I am giving him a chance. That's why I'm standing by him." However, Teresa said that she learned from her time in prison that it might be best to keep their business affairs "separate" moving forward. "I'm never signing anything ever again. I think we should keep things separate," she said. "So in that way, we kinda will be divorced." Teresa has experienced some tense moments with Joe while he's been away at prison. The RHONJ author describes her life without Joe as a "f---in' horror movie" in the prologue to Standing Strong, which has been published in full by Us Weekly.
Posted by Arroe at 10:27 AM
Listen to "Rachel Pelzel Sheet Pan Suppers" on Spreaker. 100 Surprising Vegetarian Meals Straight from the Oven [On Sale October 3, 2017; $16.95 U.S.] is an inspiring and practical cookbook filled with inventive recipes that serve as reminders that you don’t need fancy or expensive equipment to make great food, nor do you need meat to make a sumptuous filling meal. Featuring everything from delicate greens and caramelized root vegetables to woodsy mushrooms and nutty risotto (that’s right—risotto on a sheet pan), to crunchy granola to roasted, honeyed fruit, Pelzel covers all the bases for people looking to get more veggies on the table. Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or just want to get your family to eat a greener diet a few times a week, the sheet pan and Raquel Pelzel will get you there! Covering sumptuous appetizers, soups, salads, grain bowls, simple no-boil pastas, hearty breakfasts, and even desserts, Pelzel’s enticing and clever recipes include: Caramelized Onion Dip (p. 20) Cucumber Soup with Roasted Beets and Potatoes (p. 31) Marlon’s Chickpea and Winter Squash Stew with Crispy Tofu (p. 35) Spiced Carrot Salad with Creamy Basil Dressing (p. 40) Roasted Plum Salad with Fresh Grapefruit and Cardamom Syrup (p. 51) Brown Rice Bowl with Maple-Roasted Parsnips, Fennel, Dates, and Spicy Pumpkin Seeds (p. 99) I Can’t Believe It’s Mushroom Risotto (p. 101) No-Boil Mac and Cheese (p. 144) Bok Choy and Portobellos over Rice Vermicelli (p. 150) Roasted Fruit, Pumpkin Seed, and Yogurt Bowls (p. 178) Slab Quiche with Spinach, Goat Cheese, and Caramelized Onions (p. 186) Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake with Quickest Chocolate Buttercream Frosting (p. 209) Honey-Glazed Spice Cake (p. 212) Pelzel’s voice is warm, playful, and knowledgeable. Stunning full-color photographs showcase the versatility of the sheet pan, revealing the multitude of meals it can deliver—and vegan and gluten-free recipes are clearly marked throughout. The result: beautiful, textured, succulent food with bold, concentrated flavors and no messy cleanup. About the Author - Raquel Pelzel has created original recipes for Saveur, the Wall Street Journal, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Shape, and Epicurious, among many others. Formerly an editor at Cook's Illustrated and the senior food editor and test kitchen director for Tasting Table, Pelzel has written more than 20 cookbooks and has judged Food Network shows including Chopped Junior. and Beat Bobby Flay. Pelzel lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her two sons.
Posted by Arroe at 9:51 AM
Listen to "Ghost Season Of Hearts And Shadows" on Spreaker. Ghost Season is a high energy Alternative Metal band from Athens, Greece. The members are Dorian Gates (bass), Nick Christolis (guitar), Hercules Zotos (vocals), and Helen Nota (drums). The band’s mission is to play dynamic and vibrant music, bridging aggressive and melodic elements while keeping the focus on live energy and enjoyment. Ghost Season released its debut album, Like Stars in a Neon Sky, back in January of 2017 via Pavement Entertainment. Since then, the band has been actively touring around Greece and gaining momentum. Following the “Fade Away” music video, the band is excited to bring you their next music video, “Of Hearts and Shadows.” Ghost Season paints a poignant picture of love and loss with this single. Gates says, “Of Hearts and Shadows is a powerful ballad that dwells lyrically on the remains of a fading relationship. We wanted to make a more poetic but sensual video and, the same time, bring out how the mind revisits the past in times of sorrow. The sense of absence and desolation is masterfully captured by the director Adrianna Dziedziela in her first collaboration with the band.”
Posted by Arroe at 9:12 AM
Listen to "Bob Minkin The Music Never Stopped" on Spreaker. THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED — a one-of-a-kind 208 page coffee table book of music photography — features hundreds of never-before-seen images, including performance shots, intimate backstage, off-stage and at home photographs of our favorite players, including Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, and close to 100 musicians/bands will be featured! Signed and personalized by Bob Minkin. Add personalization details if desired during checkout. Foreword by Phil Lesh Introduction by Pete Sears Plus reminiscences and stories by Jorma Kaukonen, Steve Kimock, Bill Kreutzmann, Donna Jean Godchaux and many more. COLLECTOR’S EDITION: The Standard Edition book with alternate cover Limited edition of 150 Personally signed and numbered by Bob Minkin Gorgeous clamshell case Fly Sheet Includes an original signed and numbered 8.5” x 11” photograph of Jerry Garcia and Phil Lesh (pictured below). This print is exclusive to the COLLECTOR’S EDITION, and will not be available again in this format. The Music Never Stopped – Collector’s Edition — Ships September 2017. This photograph of Jerry Garcia and Phil Lesh will be included in the COLLECTOR’S EDITION book (limited edition of 150). Personally signed and numbered by Bob Minkin.
Posted by Arroe at 7:25 AM
Listen to "Benjamin Bratt From Star On FOX" on Spreaker. A San Francisco native and proud alumnus of American Conservatory Theater’s ATP – receiving an honorary M.F.A. in 2008 – Benjamin Bratt has enjoyed a diverse career that has successfully spanned film and television for more than 20 years. In 2010, Bratt won Cinequest’s Maverick Spirit Award for his work as producer and star of the San Francisco independent hit “La Mission.” Written and directed by his brother, Peter Bratt, the locally produced film earned an NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Independent Motion Picture, a GLAAD Award nomination and multiple Imagen Awards, including Best Actor. Bratt’s distinguished film career includes the critically acclaimed films “Piñero,” in which he starred as the poet-playwright-actor Miguel Piñero; Steven Soderbergh’s “Traffic,” which received five Academy Award nominations and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Ensemble Cast; and “The Woodsman,” a festival and critical favorite starring Kevin Bacon. A veteran of more than 25 films, Bratt’s other notable work includes Curtis Hansen’s “The River Wild,” opposite Meryl Streep; “Blood In, Blood Out,” for director Taylor Hackford; “Snitch,” for director Ric Roman Waugh; “Clear and Present Danger,” opposite Harrison Ford; the beloved comedy “Miss Congeniality,” with Sandra Bullock; and the theatrical adaptation of the acclaimed novel “Love in the Time of Cholera,” co-starring Javier Bardem. He voiced the character of “Manny” in the film “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” and its sequel, “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.” He also voiced “Eduardo” in “Despicable Me 2,” and will play “Ernesto de la Cruz” in the upcoming animated film “Coco,” which hits theaters this November. Bratt is perhaps best known for his Emmy Award-nominated role as “Detective Rey Curtis” on “Law & Order.” From 2008-2009, he starred in the drama series “The Cleaner,” for which he also served as producer. His portrayal of extreme interventionist “William Banks” garnered him an Alma Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series. He also starred in the medical drama “Private Practice” and continues to recur on the hit comedy series “Modern Family.” In 2014, he co-starred on FOX’s “24: Live Another Day.” Currently, Bratt can be seen in “Shot Caller,” another collaboration with director Ric Roman Waugh. He recently was featured in Marvel’s “Doctor Strange,” opposite Benedict Cumberbatch; “The Infiltrator,” opposite Bryan Cranston; the feature comedy “Ride Along 2,” opposite Ice Cube and Kevin Hart; and “Special Correspondents,” for director Ricky Gervais.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update J Shaw Official" on Spreaker. Too often songwriters and performers earn their labels by way of which city they come from. For Hip Hop it's always been part of the staple West versus East and then there's Luther Campbell in Florida with 2Live Crew. Rapper J Shaw doesn't see himself as being what hails from Atlanta. His latest album Down 2 Business is out featuring the rBeatz Radio track Nothing New.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Polica On Design" on Spreaker. Being part of the circle of music doesn't require you to be unique and different... It just evolves into that moving picture. Polica trusts their theater background to faithfully deliver to their fans and followers an expression driven by creative effects and solid visions. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio has them teamed up with Sasha Out Of Time.
Posted by Arroe at 3:30 AM
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Listen to "Ken Blackburn Pocket Flyers" on Spreaker. The engineers and creators of The World Record Paper Airplane Book and Kids’ Paper Airplane Book, Ken Blackburn and Jeff Lammers, are back with a revamped POCKET FLYERS PAPER AIRPLANE BOOK and swooping to new heights with two entertaining new companions: SPACE FLYERS PAPER AIRPLANE BOOK AND FLYING CREATURES PAPER AIRPLANE BOOK (Workman Publishing, on sale: October 3, 2017, ages 8 & up). Discover the world of miniature aviation with vibrantly colored and gorgeously designed collections of aircraft, spacecraft, and flying creatures—from the Saber to the Phoenix, the Alien Clipper to the Cosmojet, and the Beetlebot to the Stinger.. Perfect for holiday gifting and flying in the office or the classroom (shhh!), Pocket Flyers Airplane Book, Space Flyers Paper Airplane Book, and Flying Creatures Paper Airplane Book will serve as a fun introduction to STEM for younger folders and transport the young at heart to a favorite childhood activity. Ken Blackburn is an aerospace engineer and four-time Guinness World Record holder for paper airplane time aloft (last record: 27.60 seconds). How he set the record: Developed the World Record airplane at 13years old Set record 4 times from 1983 to 1998 Key to doing better is more practice, work harder Ken will REVEAL: THE SECRETS OF HOW TO MAKE A SUCCESSFUL WORLD RECORD AIRPLANE! He'll also teach your listeners about the keys and tricks to paper airplanes fly successfully including: LIFT: Lift is from fast air over airfoil Fast air comes from curvature and nose up at an angle FLAPS / Controls Paper airplane elevator keeps nose up at an angle Wing Angle Keeps plane from rolling over FLAPS Most important for low speed turns Paper airplane rudder Bend right to turn right, left to go left BALANCE Heaviest part forward Wing moved aft About the Authors: Ken Blackburn works for the Air Force doing aeronautical research in Florida. Co-author Jeff Lammers is an engineer and entrepreneur based in Colorado. He flies small planes in his spare time.
Posted by Arroe at 10:55 AM
Listen to "Yoshiki from X Japan" on Spreaker. Yoshiki is a songwriter, drummer, and classically-trained pianist. His rock group X Japan has sold 30 million singles and albums combined, and sold-out the 55,000- seat Tokyo Dome a record 18 times. Now the band's popularity is spreading throughout the world, with a sold-out World Tour, performances in North America, Europe, Latin America, and South East Asia, and the worldwide release of the award-winning X Japan documentary film We Are X.
Posted by Arroe at 10:10 AM
Listen to "Mike and Kevin From Mystery Science Theater 3000" on Spreaker. Just in time for Halloween, the guys who make movies funny are back in select movie theaters nationwide for an exclusive rebroadcast of the 2013 riff on the zombie movie that started it all: Night of the Living Dead. Join Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett of RiffTrax.com for a hilarious riff on this masterpiece of brain eating mayhem! This one night event will be your only chance to relive this fan favorite back on the big screen. This classic 1968 horror film is where it all began. No, not the cronut trend, we're talking about the omnipresent zombie craze! 28 Weeks Later, Resident Evil: Retribution, that Zack Snyder remake of Dawn of the Dead...We wouldn't have any of them without Night of the Living Dead! (Pause to think about whether this is a good thing.) When she's attacked in a cemetery by zombies, a young woman named Barbara flees to an abandoned farm house. There she's joined by a ragtag group of survivors who band together to wait out the apocalypse, with the occasional light descent into madness. The rest of the movie plays out like The Big Chill, but instead of Glenn Close sobbing naked in the shower, they board up windows and occasionally get devoured alive. So in this respect, Night of the Living Dead is the slightly less depressing movie. Shotguns! Molotov cocktails! Exploding cars! Headshots galore! Like one of those awesome zombie video games (except you don't get to play it), RiffTrax Live: Night of the Living Dead is guaranteed to be scarier than Brad Pitt's beard in World War Z and funnier than the acting on The Walking Dead! You won't want to miss it! https://www.fathomevents.com/events/rifftrax-night-of-the-living-dead?date=2017-10-25
Posted by Arroe at 6:56 AM
Listen to "Jordan Fisher And Lindsey From DWTS" on Spreaker. 2016 was a breakout year for multi-talented artist Jordan Fisher, whose talent clearly knows no boundaries, from TV to music to film and, most recently, Broadway. In January, Fisher's take as Doody in FOX's Emmy-winning broadcast of Grease: LIVE earned him critical acclaim and was deemed the show's breakout star by MTV and People Magazine. That spring, he released his first single, "All About Us," which was produced by Oak Felder (Alessia Cara, Arianna Grande, Rihanna) and melded influences of pop/soul/R&B. The song was the #2 most added song and a top 30 hit at pop radio. In August, Fisher released his self-titled EP, which debuted #18 on the Billboard Heatseeker album chart. After performing on The Today Show, the ESPY's Red Carpet Special and opening for Alicia Keys at the Apple Music Festival, Fisher was tagged to perform the end title credit to Disney's hit animated feature film Moana with award-winning songwriter/producer Lin-Manual Miranda. Fisher, who has been called out by Miranda as "super-talented," saw a lifelong dream of performing on Broadway come to fruition when he joined the cast of Miranda's uber-hit Hamilton, where he took on the dual roles of John Laurens and Philip Hamilton. When ABC was curating the music for When We Rise, an eight-hour miniseries event with music guiding the four and a half decade storyline, they looked no further than Fisher to cover the 70's classic, "I'd Love to Change the World." The song opened the two-hour premiere, directed by Gus Van Sant. The underlying thread to all Fisher's success across the board is music. He's not just a multi-talented performer but also a storyteller. His influences are diverse and can be traced back to his days growing up in a football town outside of Birmingham, Alabama, where he cultivated his tastes by listening to everything from Luther Vandross to Metallica while simultaneously developing his acting skills at the Birmingham-based Red Mountain Theatre Company. With a bright future in front of him, 2017 is sure to be another banner year as Fisher readies his debut full-length album. This fall he will release his new single "MESS" with Hollywood Records. Jordan Fisher is partnered with Pro Lindsay Arnold. ABOUT LINDSAY ARNOLD Lindsay Arnold is back for Season 25 of "Dancing with the Stars" and will be partnered with actor, Broadway star, and Hollywood Records singer Jordan Fisher! The perfect pairing will no doubt have America tuning in this season as they watch Lindsay and Jordan take the stage each week. Season 25 premieres on ABC September 18th and will mark Lindsay's tenth season as a professional dancer on the show. Get ready to watch as Lindsay shows Jordan how to take his skills from the neon lights of Broadway to center stage. Last season Lindsay danced her way into America's hearts alongside 2-time World Series champion and former MLB player, David Ross. Lindsay and Grandpa Rossy, aka 'Team Lady and the Gramps' placed second in Season 24. Prior to "Dancing with the Stars," Lindsay was a top four finalist and fan favorite on season 9 of FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance."
Posted by Arroe at 6:01 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Scott Storch Working With JayZ" on Spreaker. Getting that first opportunity to put your art of sound on display in front of one of the biggest names in music history. For Scott Storch he walked into a room without tape. He only played. The next day he was creating beats with Dre which led him straight to JayZ. Scott's latest creation on rBeatz Radio has him in the studio with Russ. Their song is Prosper.
Posted by Arroe at 4:01 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Russ And His iPod" on Spreaker. The things we get away with at work has enough energy to persuade our path to play out dreams we'd like to see come true. For Russ? He was able to master a plan that connected his iPod to the earpiece worn while selling shoes at a local mall. While standing at the front door the man with so many energy was very excited greet customers because he had his vibe locked on forward motion. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Maybe.
Posted by Arroe at 3:24 AM
Monday, October 9, 2017
Listen to "Andrew Vaughn Willie Nelson American Icon" on Spreaker. Willie Nelson: American Icon (Sterling Publishing, October 2017), written by well-known music journalist Andrew Vaughan, is the first full-color book that comprehensively details and explores the life and story of American country superstar Willie Nelson, featuring more than 100 photographs and illustrations of Willie Nelson’s musical career. It’s a must-have for every single one of Nelson’s dedicated fans. Throughout his career, Willie Nelson—a singer, songwriter, author, poet, actor, and activist—has won countless awards and praise as well as the hearts of listeners with his songs “On the Road Again”, “Always On My Mind”, and “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys”, and many of his other countless country classics. He was inducted into both the Country Music Hall of Fame and the National Agricultural Hall of Fame; he’s received the Kennedy Center Honors, the Gershwin Prize, and a Library of Congress Lifetime Award for all his work. About the author: ANDREW VAUGHAN is a distinguished and respected music journalist whose work has appeared in Billboard, Music Week, Mojo, Q, the London Times, the Guardian and numerous other publications. In 1998, Andrew moved from London to Nashville, where he quickly became one of the best-connected writers on the music scene. His works include The Eagles: An American Brand and Garth Brooks. He was previously editorial director for the American Music Channel, and he continues his work at Gibson.com as editor.
Posted by Arroe at 12:01 PM
Listen to "Derek Fisher Dancing With The Stars" on Spreaker. Derek Fisher spent his entire pre-NBA life in Little Rock, Arkansas. His work ethic and determination were evident even from a young age, but basketball was always what drove him. A stand-out guard in high school, he starred for Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High. Even as a teenager, his leadership qualities were on display for all those who encountered him. In 1996 he was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers and went on to play more than 18 seasons in the NBA, a majority with the Lakers, with whom he won 5 NBA Championships. Fisher is the all-time NBA record holder in playoff games played. While playing for the Lakers, he hit a buzzer beater with 0.4 second left in game 5 of the 2004 Western Conference Semifinals against the San Antonio Spurs, which the NBA lists as the 18th-greatest playoff moment of all time. Fisher also served as president of the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA), while playing. In 2014 he was hired by the New York Knicks to be the team's head coach and became one of the only players to get a head coaching job in the NBA directly from playing. In 2016 he moved back to Los Angeles and began to work professionally as a broadcaster, making appearances on TNT, NBA TV and Spectrum SportsNet. Fisher made multiple appearances on TNT's Inside the NBA and was on TNT's new Player's Only coverage, where former NBA players provided color commentary on games. He worked alongside with Shaquille O'Neal, Grant Hill and Brent Barry, among others. At the start of the 2016-17 NBA season, Fisher joined Spectrum SportsNet as an in-studio analyst for the Los Angeles Lakers. Fisher's passion for impacting the lives of young people motivated him to create a camp experience for children and teens of all skill levels. In 2009 he started the Derek Fisher Basketball Academy, which is dedicated and focused on developing the basketball, leadership and life skills of each camper. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his family. Derek Fisher is partnered with Pro Sharna Burgess.
Posted by Arroe at 11:34 AM
Listen to "Aaron Mahnke From Lore" on Spreaker. Based on the popular podcast of the same name, Lore has an average of five million monthly listens. The anthology series presents the frightening and often disturbing tales based on real people and events that have led to our modern-day myths and legends. Lore will feature fan-favorite episodes from the podcast, including the tale of a boy given a doll that seems to have a sinister life of its own; a family whose home appears to be inhabited by a spirit from the other side; and a German village that hunts for a murderous creature. Lore, featuring Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Kristen Bauer van Straten (True Blood), Adam Goldberg (Fargo) Holland Roden (Teen Wolf), Colm Feore (House of Cards) and Campbell Scott (The Amazing Spider-Man), combines documentary footage, narration, historical mixed media and cinematic scenes to bring to life terrifying, but true stories. Launched in March 2015 by Aaron Mahnke, the podcast Lore has generated a massive audience, was named “Best of” in 2015 and 2016 by Apple, and was listed as one of the “15 podcasts you need to hear in 2016” by Entertainment Weekly. The first book in Mahnke’s three-book series, The World of Lore, will be published on October 10 by Del Rey Books.
Posted by Arroe at 10:33 AM
Listen to "Rich Robinson The Magpie Salute" on Spreaker. THE MAGPIE SALUTE—which brings together the reunited guitar team of Rich Robinson and Marc Ford from the Black Crowes and bassist Sven Pipien (also from the Crowes) with other dynamic musicians and co-ed singers from around the world–are earning praise on their debut American tour that launched July 26 in Indianapolis. Of the 10-piece band‘s August 11 performance at the Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA, where the set listincluded material from theirself-titled debut album (released June 9 via Eagle Rock Entertainment and available via Amazon here), Rolling Stone noted: “The Magpie Salute, featuring Black Crowes alumni Marc Ford and Sven Pipien, members of the Rich Robinson Band, vocalist John Hogg, and a soulful group of background singers, took the stage to show they could be just as powerful as the Crowes ever were. Hogg’s voice stunned on a soaring version of the Crowes’ ‘My Morning Song‘…and the band debuted the original tune ‘Omission,‘an electrifying hybrid of hard rock and Southern blues with a melodic bridge.“–Matt Mattei, 8/14/17 On their 60-show summer-into-fall outing including two-night engagement in Chicago (Metro), San Francisco (The Fillmore) and New York City (Irving Plaza), THE MAGPIE SALUTE are drawing from over 170 songs including material by The Black Crowes, solo albums from Rich Robinson and Marc Ford, and classic cover songs that have inspired the band. As a result, their shows are unpredictable and completely fresh, with Gary Graff of the Oakland Press in Michigan hailing their performance as “…an organic and dynamic exposition of music in the moment“ (7/31/17). Writing in North Carolina’s Smoky Mountain News about the Asheville show, Garret K. Woodward said: “The Magpie Salute is a juggernaut of pure rock-n-roll swagger, the shock and awe of a triple-guitar assault on the audience, fueled by thunderous kick-drums and songbird backup soul singers” (8/23/17). Elsewhere, the rock blog Live For Live Music raved about the Atlanta show: “The energy stayed strong through their 20-song set, with incendiary musicianship blasting through the instruments of the artists on stage“(8/19/17). THE MAGPIE SALUTE–whom will record a double album in 2018–features musicians who‘ve played together for decades throughout various projects and share a truly deep musical bond. Joining Robinson, Ford and Pipien in the band are drummer Joe Magistro and guitarist Nico Bereciartua. The group also boasts a fine cast of vocalists, including Robinson, Ford, lead singer John Hogg (Hookah Brown, Moke), former Crowes singer Charity White and background singers Adrien Reju and Katrine Ottosen. Notably, THE MAGPIE SALUTE is a truly international band. London‘s John Hogg is of Swedish/African heritage, Sven Pipien is German, Nico Bereciartua is an Argentinean citizen and Kat Ottosen is a Danish citizen who partly lives in Copenhagen. Click here to see the striking Matthew Sterling-directed video for “Omission“that was filmed in London back in April when THE MAGPIE SALUTE was there to perform four roof-raising shows at the Under The Bridge venue.
Posted by Arroe at 8:40 AM
Listen to "Dr Jen Welter Play Big" on Spreaker. When Jen Welter became a linebackers coach for the Arizona Cardinals in 2015, she was the first woman to ever break the glass sideline of the NFL. In Play Big, Welter reveals the grit that it took to be a trailblazer in the ultimate boys' club. Pre-NFL, Welter was an undersized, underestimated athlete who made sacrifice after sacrifice to achieve her football dreams--rising to the top of women's football leagues and eventually daring to play against men twice her size. Play Big lays out how she succeeded despite the odds, through force of will and determination, revealing the wisdom Welter gained over countless setbacks and challenges. With vivid wit and candor, Play Big will coach you to do the same--whatever your obstacles might be--while translating Welter's hard-earned advice for cultivating true perseverance and toughness. JEN WELTER BIO Dr. Jen Welter is the first female to coach in the NFL. In summer 2015, she served as a linebackers' coach for the Arizona Cardinals. She appears regularly as an NFL and sports analyst on NBC, ESPN, and the NFL Network and in national newspapers and other publications. Welter has become a regular empowerment and sports speaker, asked to stump for Hillary Clinton on the election trail in 2016, and sharing the stage at events with sports and political giants like Serena Williams and Condoleeza Rice at events across the country. ESPNW just named her one of the 25 most influential women in sport in 2015. Welter holds a doctorate degree in Psychology, a Master's in Sport Psychology, and a bachelor's degree from Boston College. She has 18 years of experience in fitness and as a professional athlete. Welter is a native of Vero Beach, Florida.
Posted by Arroe at 6:57 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Dash Berlin On Energy" on Spreaker. Dash Berlin is known for his energy. Believe it or not it builds when he sees new faces. Which for some people is very difficult. Sure there are challenges but Dash is always up for it. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Clean Bandit and Zara Larsson Symphony.
Posted by Arroe at 4:12 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Hardwell Hip Hop" on Spreaker. Once the door has been opened the next level of play for most DJ's and Master Mixers is to take it all in by way of exploring every floor on every layer of land. Those that were part of your original roots still hold on to the opening chapters and are asking Hardwell if he'll touch Hip Hop again in the near future. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Austin Mahone Creatures Of The Night.
Friday, October 6, 2017
Listen to "Jason Delgado Bounty Hunter" on Spreaker. Jason Delgado knows the mean streets. He survived them as a kid during the height of the crack epidemic that ravaged the South Bronx, while friends and family fell into the violence wrought by the drug plague. As a young man he survived them again - a different type of "mean streets" -- this time as a lead sniper during Operation Iraqi Freedom. In his powerful memoir, BOUNTY HUNTER 4/3: My Life in Combat from Marine Scout Sniper to MARSOC (St. Martin's Press, on sale October 3, 2017, $27.99), co-authored with Chris Martin, Delgado recounts how surviving the Bronx was crucial for lessons needed for surviving Iraq, and just as important to him, discovering who he was as shaped by his lifelong battles here and abroad. With drugs and gangs all around him in the Bronx of the 1980s-1990s, Delgado knew his survival depended on getting out. The United States Marine Corps beckoned. Initially Delgado struggled to get up to speed, and his street tough mentality wasn't always the best trait to exhibit. Delgado, though, has always been a survivor and that suited him well. His well-honed instincts helped him rise through the ranks until he found himself one of the service's esteemed Scout Snipers. His reward? Being thrown into the hellfire that was, and still is, the war in Iraq. In that arena of battle, Delgado proved himself time and again to be one the most fearless Marines on the ground. And as a sniper, his performances were taking on legendary and cult-like status. His efforts on the field of battle turned numerous skirmishes in favor of the U.S. forces, in particular the nightmare that was becoming the Battle for Husaybah. Upon returning home, Delgado was given an extraordinary opportunity to become MARSOC's first ever lead sniper instructor. In accepting this position, he made himself a pivotal figure in revolutionizing the way special operations snipers trained and operated. But even as he accomplished so much on the field of battle and then in training future warriors - not to mention his successful business venture stateside - he continued to struggle with understanding how these experiences transformed him into the man he is today. Jason Delgado is a true American military hero, and an original who fought his battles on his terms, even when it ruffled feathers. That harsh upbringing, and battle-tested character, molded him into a loving father and successful entrepreneur, and a dedicated fighter against radical Islamic terrorism.
Posted by Arroe at 12:15 PM
Listen to "Jay Shaw The Underdog" on Spreaker. The reason I started making music is because… I grew up always feeling like the underdog. Always told what I CAN and CAN'T DO! I wanted to start living for myself by expressing myself in music meanwhile shattering the glass ceilings anyone tries to place over me.
Posted by Arroe at 11:43 AM
Listen to "David Litt Thanks Obama" on Spreaker. At age twenty-four, David Litt became one of the youngest speechwriters in White House history, rising to President Obama's senior staff by 2016. Along with penning remarks on issues from immigration to criminal justice reform, Litt served as the president's go-to comedy writer. Taking the lead on the White House Correspondents' Dinner speech (the "State of the Union of jokes"), he was responsible for some of President Obama's most memorable comedic moments. With his memoir THANKS, OBAMA: MY HOPEY CHANGEY WHITE HOUSE YEARS (Ecco; On-sale September 19, 2017), Litt explores the triumphant highs, demoralizing lows, and hilarious surprises of life in the world's most high-stakes office building. THANKS, OBAMA has received praise from Judd Apatow, Adam Grant, Billy Eichner, Tig Notaro, Mike Birbiglia, and Anne Fadiman. Whether he's singing the Golden Girls theme song in the Oval Office or almost setting Barack Obama's hair on fire, Litt, who is currently the head writer for Funny Or Die's DC bureau, knows how to revel in his own shortcomings. But as Matt Walsh from HBO's Veep said, Litt's story is "inspiring-don't be fooled by the self-deprecating narrator, this portrait of a young speech writer is filled with massive wit, hard earned wisdom, and a loving touch." From his unique vantage point, Litt shines new light on President Obama's most historic moments: the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the 2012 re-election, the "Amazing Grace" speech after the Charleston shooting, and more. He examines Obama's legacy with refreshing candor and helps us understand our broken politics with genuine insight. And for all the absurdity he's witnessed, and the frustrations he's faced, Litt argues that there is no higher calling than public service - even in the age of Donald Trump. David has also written for The Onion, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Cosmopolitan, Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, and the New York Times. He has appeared on multiple national television shows. Equal parts sharp and sincere, hopeful, and hilarious, THANKS, OBAMA is a charming, revelatory political coming-of-age story.
Posted by Arroe at 10:20 AM
Listen to "Stephen Moyer From The Gifted" on Spreaker. Stephen Moyer is best known for his role as vampire “Bill Compton” in the hit cable series “True Blood.” Moyer recently starred in FOX’s “Shots Fired” and National Geographic’s “Killing Jesus.” He also played “Captain Von Trapp” in the live broadcast of “The Sound of Music,” had a co-starring role in the cable drama “The Bastard Executioner” and was featured in the cable miniseries “The Starter Wife.” Earlier this year, Moyer wrapped production on his feature film directorial debut, “The Parting Glass,” written by Denis O’Hare. As an actor, his film credits include “Concussion,” “Devil’s Knot,” “The Barrens,” “The Double,” “Priest,” “88 Minutes,” “Undiscovered,” “Quills” and “Prince Valiant.” He currently lives in Los Angeles.
Posted by Arroe at 9:54 AM
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Listen to "Talithe Bateman and Alfre Woodard From So B It" on Spreaker. Bateman can next be seen in the coming of age drama SO B. IT with Academy Award® nominee Alfre Woodard and the legendary Cloris Leachman SO B. IT is the film adaptation of the New York Times bestselling young adult novel of the same name. Written by Sarah Weeks, the book is beloved in schools across the country and continues to be part of their curriculums. For as long as Heidi (Talitha Bateman) can remember, her mother has had only 22 words in her vocabulary. And that’s fine with the precocious 12 year-old. She and Mama live happily, in the bubble of love and protection provided by their remarkable neighbor, the nurturing but agoraphobic Bernadette. Then one day a new word pops out of Mama’s mouth – the mysterious “soof” – and it changes everything. Heidi is propelled on a solo cross-country journey of discovery and loss, truth and identity. Secrets boil to the surface, long-hidden fears are faced, and Heidi finally learns who she is and where she and her childlike Mama came from. Directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal, SO B. IT also stars Academy Award® Nominee Alfre Woodard (Luke Cage, 12 YEARS A SLAVE), John Heard (HOME ALONE, BIG), Jessica Collins (ZERO DARK THIRTY), Jacinda Barrett (Bloodline), Dash Mihok (SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK), and the incomporable Cloris Leachman (American Gods). Bateman will also play ‘Hannah’ in the new film Geostorm, which stars Gerard Butler, Abbie Cornish and Daniel Wu. The film will hit theaters on October 20th. She recently joined the cast of Simon VS. The Homo Sapiens Agenda, based on the popular young adult novel. She will play ’Noah Spier’ alongside Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner and Alexandra Shipp. Additionally, Talitha is voicing a character in The Boxcar Children film alongside J.K. Simmons, Dane DeHaan and Martin Sheen and stars in Vengeance: A Love Story opposite Nicholas Cage, released in the UK on VOD.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Florida GA Line And Backstreet Boys" on Spreaker. Musical influences. Florida Georgia Line doesn't hold back on having a true love for the Backstreet Boys. In fact it was their first concert at the House Of Blues. These days the two Country Music trend setters have teamed up with Hailee Steinfeld, Alesso and Watt with the rBeatz Radio song Let Me Go.
Posted by Arroe at 3:59 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Kygo Working With Ellie" on Spreaker. Today's place in music history is blanketed with collaborations. Master Mixers and Festival DJ's are teaming with brilliant vocalists in ways that cross the lines that make up genres. KYGO and Ellie Goulding coming together for the rBeatz Radio song First Time was a moment that was pretty much meant to happen.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Listen to "Shawn Colvin 20th Anniversary A Few Small Repairs" on Spreaker. * In celebration of the 20th anniversary of A Few Small Repairs, Columbia/Legacy Recordings have just released (Sept. 15th) an expanded and remastered edition of the album. This anniversary edition includes seven rare live performances culled from the Sony Music archives, plus enhanced artwork and newly-written liner notes by Shawn and producer John Leventhal plus recently discovered archival photos. * This is the album’s first-ever vinyl release. * The ‘A Few Small Repairs 20th Anniversary Tour’ begins Sept. 30th. Shawn is touring with a full band for the first time since the album's original release. She will be performing the album in its entirety alongside other hits, personal favorites and surprises from her repertoire. Multi-instrumentalist-singer Larry Campbell (Bob Dylan, Levon Helm) & his wife singer-guitarist Teresa Williams will support all dates in addition to appearing in the band. * "Sunny Came Home" won both Song of the Year and Record of the Year at the 1998 Grammy Awards. Among other things, the win is remembered for being interrupted by Ol’ Dirty Bastard jumping on stage to lament Wu Tang’s loss to Puff Daddy earlier in the show. www.youtube.com/watch?v=7duVmArLZH8 * In addition to “Sunny” the album featured chart-toppers “Get Out of This House,” “You and The Mona Lisa" and "Nothin' On Me" (the theme song for the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan).
Posted by Arroe at 9:22 AM
Listen to "Holly Gleason Woman Walk The Line" on Spreaker. Full-tilt, hardcore, down-home, and groundbreaking, the women of country music speak volumes with every song. From Maybelle Carter to Dolly Parton, k.d. lang to Taylor Swift-these artists provided pivot points, truths, and doses of courage for women writers at every stage of their lives. Whether it's Rosanne Cash eulogizing June Carter Cash or a seventeen-year-old Taylor Swift considering the golden glimmer of another precocious superstar, Brenda Lee, it's the humanity beneath the music that resonates. Here are deeply personal essays from award-winning writers on femme fatales, feminists, groundbreakers, and truth tellers. Acclaimed historian Holly George Warren captures the spark of the rockabilly sensation Wanda Jackson; Entertainment Weekly's Madison Vain considers Loretta Lynn's girl-power anthem "The Pill"; and rocker Grace Potter embraces Linda Ronstadt's unabashed visual and musical influence. Patty Griffin acts like a balm on a post-9/11 survivor on the run; Emmylou Harris offers a gateway through paralyzing grief; and Lucinda Williams proves that greatness is where you find it. Part history, part confessional, and part celebration of country, Americana, and bluegrass and the women who make them, Woman Walk the Line, edited by Holly Gleason, is a very personal collection of essays from some of America's most intriguing women writers. It speaks to the ways in which artists mark our lives at different ages and in various states of grace and imperfection-and ultimately how music transforms not just the person making it, but also the listener.
Posted by Arroe at 7:34 AM