Thursday, November 30, 2017
Listen to "Peter Marshall Wait For Your Laugh" on Spreaker. "Wait For Your Laugh" with Dick Van Dyke, Carol Reiner, Tim Conway, Peter Marshall, and of course Rose Marie (who was a regular on Hollywood Squares with host & friend Peter Marshall), just had its world premiere on opening night of the film Mill Valley Film Festival, before heading to New York and Los Angeles in Nov (listed below). These screenings will qualify the film for Academy Award consideration under "Best Documentary." Iconic and legendary producer, writer and actor, Carl Reiner, couldnt contain his enthusiasm saying at private cast and crew screening, "This is no bulls**t ... This is the finest documentary about anybody I have ever ... ever seen. And why is the best documentary, because it about someone who deserved to have the best documentary made. I'm immediately saying 'Where do we vote?!' Because this has to win every award it ever goes after. I salute you Rosie!" Too much praise cannot be lavished on the efforts of director Jason Wise and his team. Among the many surprises contained in this cinematic gem are never-before-seen home movies taken behind the scenes by Miss Marie or her husband, Bobby Guy, with the cast members of The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Doris Day Show, as well as on the road with the cultural phenomenon called "4 Girls 4." This is the untold story of fame, love, tragedy & 90+ years of American entertainment through the eyes of one woman who witnessed it first hand. "Rose Marie was a child star before Shirley Temple was even born," remarks friend and industry pioneer, Peter Marshall, adding "...and she has done it all." From starring in the first all talking short film released in theaters to opening the Flamingo Hotel in Vegas ... and the mob affiliations that went along with it, including referring to criminal mastermind, Al Capone as "Uncle Al." Indeed, while it is true that Miss Rose Marie has done and starred in everything from Vaudeville to Broadway and Las Vegas, as well as Radio, Cabaret, feature film, and television ... both Primetime and Daytime ... "Wait For Your Laugh" is ultimately a true love story. Despite unimaginable obstacles, finding a soul mate and ... "surviving the greatest loss someone can experience," says Dick Van Dyke.
Listen to "Mick Rock 45th Anniversary Of Transformer" on Spreaker. Genesis is delighted to bring this book to readers once more. This new re-launch of Transformer celebrates the 45th anniversary of the album, and comes with a new booklet containing 50 unseen photos of Lou Reed, as well as a loose leaf handwritten lyric sheet reproduced in facsimile. Forty-five years ago, Transformer launched Lou Reed from the underground, way up to Mars, with a little help from Starman Bowie. Mick Rock was there to capture Reed's flight on film, beginning with the iconic album cover and continuing through the wild side of the Seventies. Mick Rock: 'I'm happy our relationship weathered the outrageous antics of the past 40 years, enabling us to come together to produce such a beautiful tome.' Lou Reed: ‘When I saw the book, I was just overwhelmed by how beautiful it is. It brought back all that energy and all that virility, captured over that period of time. The book is like an energy bomb. And it’s beautiful.’ Charting the transformations of Lou Reed from 1972 to 1980, Transformer presents never-before-seen imagery of Lou Reed by photographer Mick Rock. This book captures Lou in the studio, performing onstage, in his hotel room, and with friends including David Bowie, Nico, Mick Jagger, Iggy Pop and Andy Warhol. Lou and Mick discussed the photographs and their friendship in a completely original, no-holds-barred dialogue. Lou Reed told the truth behind the sartorial gestures, innovative stage set-ups, subversive acts and legendary albums that made him one of the most intriguing artists in modern music. Their collaboration is showcased in a 11.5" x 15.5" large format volume, traditionally craftsman-bound by hand. Lou and Mick's Transformer image is recreated on the cover, with a variety of foil detailing and gilt page edging. The book is presented in a slipcase and will include an exclusive 7” picture disc of the Lou Reed classics ‘Walk On The Wild Side’ and ‘Coney Island Baby’, as well as a commemorative booklet, new for 2017, containing 50 more rare photos, and a facsimile lyric sheet. Lou’s originality and creativity has inspired one of the most iconic volumes that Genesis has ever made. Each of the 2,000 numbered copies in the limited edition has been signed by both Mick Rock and stamped by the Lou Reed estate.
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Listen to "98 Degrees Let It Snow" on Spreaker. The quartet will release their first full-length album in 4 years, Let It Snow, via UMe. Recorded this past July in Los Angeles, the album features the group's signature R&B-tinged, four-part harmonies. Let It Snow is their second Christmas title, their critically-acclaimed This Christmas was a million-selling, multi-platinum album in 1999. "As a group, our favorite record, hands down, is [This Christmas]," says Drew. "We're proud of the music, the harmonies, the production. It's a Christmas record that every year people can put on and enjoy." Explains Timmons: "We have primarily a female audience, but we'll have guys come up to us and say, 'You know what? I love the Christmas album; my mom bought it for me.' It's bro code that the Christmas album's allowed," Timmons jokingly added. Plus, "it's a special year for us - it's the 20th anniversary of our first release on Motown Records," says Nick. "So, it just seemed like the perfect moment to revisit that and do a Volume Two." The guys recruited Grammy-nominated music, TV and film producer Adam Anders to oversee the project. Perhaps best known for his work as executive music producer for Glee, Anders has written and recorded with some of the biggest names in contemporary pop music, from Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez to Backstreet Boys and the Jonas Brothers. Along with beloved standards like "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas," "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!", and "Please Come Home For Christmas," the 12-song collection includes their take on "What Christmas Means To Me," written by Allen Story, Anna Gordy Gaye, George Gordy and is the standard that was popularized by Wonder. "[Recording 'True To Your Heart'] with Stevie very early in our career was a signature moment in terms of establishing us as a group," says Nick. In addition to "Superstition" being a 98° concert staple, "I've had the chance to do a bunch of Stevie stuff over the years: performing "For Once In My Life" with Babyface on a variety show back in the day, as well as "That's What Christmas Means to Me" on a finale of The Sing-Off. It was a no-brainer to include that on this Christmas record." Drew, meanwhile, "was kind of adamant" about including "Little Saint Nick," the cheery 1963 Beach Boys bop. "You don't hear a ton of people covering that one. It's an up-tempo song, it's fun, and it allows us to show off our harmonies." As for Timmons, he was the most thrilled about having 98° put their own spin on the classic carols "O Little Town of Bethlehem," "The First Noel" and "What Child is This?" "Those are my favorite selections with regard to our group, our voices," he says. "We nailed the arrangements on those songs! To hear Nick's voice on "What Child is This". Whoa! I'm a big fan of his." While Timmons describes himself as "that cheesy guy who gets into the holiday spirit no matter what," Jeffre chose Joni Mitchell's melancholic ode to winter, "River." "Not everyone has family or friends to spend the holidays with," says Jeffre. "This song is for those people. I hope they find some comfort in it." Over the past 15 years, all four members have enjoyed other careers outside of music. Nick appeared on TV shows both as an actor (The WB's Charmed and One Tree Hill) and a host (VH-1's Big Morning Buzz Live). Drew was crowned season two winner of Dancing With the Stars, been on Broadway, and both brothers opened Lachey's Bar (A&E). Timmons joined members of Backstreet Boys and 'NSYNC for VH-1's Mission Man Band and Nick Carter's Sci-Fi feature, Dead Seven. Jeffre is involved in various media and cause related projects stemming from his foray into politics as a mayoral candidate of Cincinnati. Still, they always harbored a not-so-secret hope to one day record together again as 98°. And, this Christmas, the four friends got their wish. "I love the singing, I love the performing, but the best part of making this record is that I get to hang out with the guys and share some laughs," says Jeffre. "We're all at the point in our lives where we have so much else going on - other projects, families. We may go for an extended period of time without even talking to each other, but when we get back together, we pick right back up where we left off. The band will also be embarking on a 31 city tour kicking off on November 10 and running through December 23. Might Let It Snow lead to future 98° albums? Time will tell, but Timmons certainly hopes so. "The best has yet to come out of this group," he says. "After all these years, ultimately, it's all about the way we sound when we sing together. As you get older, that means everything: to be able to strip away all of that other stuff and get back to why we're doing this in the first place."
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Listen to "Sandra Butler It Never Ends" on Spreaker. As mothers and daughters age, their relationship shifts and changes in complex and often demanding ways. In IT NEVER ENDS, women speak openly about the satisfactions and sorrows of mothering middle-aged daughters and discuss the issues that continue to surface, the ongoing effects of the past on the present, and the varied and often invisible ways they continue mothering. Mothers acknowledge an inevitable recalibrating of authority, autonomy, and independence now that they no longer are as central in the lives of their daughters as they once were. In the pages of IT NEVER ENDS - mothers reveal the courage that comes with aging and their engagement in a time of reckoning: acknowledging past mistakes, forgiving themselves and their daughters, and moving toward a greater acceptance of their connection in all its human imperfection.
Listen to "Rob Huebel Do You Want To See A Dead Body" on Spreaker. Actor, writer, and comedian Rob Huebel has made a name for himself in both the television and film worlds. He is best known for his role as Dr. Owen Maestro on Adult Swim's award-winning series Childrens Hospital, for which he earned an acting Emmy nomination. He currently stars as Len Novak on Jill Soloway's critically acclaimed and award-winning Amazon series Transparent, which returns for a fourth season this fall. He also stars in and co-executive produces a new YouTube Red series, Do You Want To See A Dead Body? Rob's Verizon go90 ridesharing comedy series, Drive Share, premiered earlier this year. Rob's recent film roles include Ken Marino's How To Be a Latin Lover, Paramount Pictures' Baywatch opposite Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron, New Line Cinema's The House opposite Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler, and Momentum Pictures' Fun Mom Dinner alongside Katie Aselton and Toni Collette. ABOUT DO YOU WANT TO SEE A DEAD BODY? This comedy series follows comedian Rob Huebel (Childrens Hospital, Transparent) and his celebrity friends who join him on a quest to go check out a dead body he found. And then maybe they will go get tacos or something... Celebrity guest stars include Justin Long, Adam Scott, Judy Greer, Terry Crews, and John Cho along with many more. Huebel, Owen Burke, Nick Jasenovec, and Jonathan Stern serve as executive producers. The series is produced by Abominable Pictures and Funny or Die Here's the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6-lTkjk2UY
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Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Andreas Moss Talks About Stuck In My Feelings" on Spreaker. When we first listen to a song mental images take shape. So often we assume the message being shared. Andreas Moss isn't afraid to talk about his latest song on rBeatz Radio Stuck In My Feelings. He's reached beyond the dark circles of addiction and located a firmer foundation of success.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Adam Cunningham From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. The evolution of NBC's The Voice has invited some heavy hitting top shelf talent to the forefront of success about to be set free. Adam Cunningham breaks down the importance of the show and why it's helped him reach beyond belief.
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Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Listen to "Herb Alpert The Christmas Wish" on Spreaker. Herb Alpert has channeled his passion for blissful music and timeless melodies into his first holiday album in nearly 50 years, 'The Christmas Wish' - out September 29. Alpert's grand return to the genre features a full symphony backing his iconic trumpet sound, as he brings new life to classics like "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "Winter Wonderland" and "Silent Night." The first taste of the new record, lead single "Santa Baby," will be available everywhere on September 1. Tracked at the hallowed Capitol Studios in Hollywood, 'The Christmas Wish' is Alpert's first holiday record since 1968's cherished 'Christmas Album' - recently named one of the Top 15 Christmas Albums of All Time by MOJO. 'The Christmas Wish' is the latest in a wildly prolific run of releases for Alpert, his second album of 2017 and sixth in the past five years. Alpert's joyous and transportive 'Music Vol. 1' came out in July and debuted at #1 on Billboard's Contemporary Jazz Charts. The record's single "I'm Yours" was also dubbed "a new classic" by the Huffington Post. Herb's 2016 album 'Human Nature' garnered his second GRAMMY nomination in a three-year period, following his ninth win for 2014's 'Steppin Out.' In the midst of this remarkable stretch, it comes as no surprise that Billboard has dubbed the legendary musician "more prolific than most artists a fraction of his age." Alpert is touring through the end of the year, including twelve shows in eleven nights at Manhattan's legendary Café Carlyle.
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Listen to "Hal Johnson Fearsome Creatures Of The Lumberwoods" on Spreaker. Hodags and hugags, squonks and wapaloosim, wassets and whintossers—when you venture into the wilderness, there’s no telling what horrors you may meet. So it’s best to come prepared. Through the voice of an unnamed cryptozoolologist with dubious ethics, Johnson leads his readers on a whirlwind adventure through the North American wilderness, from the swamps of Florida to the Mohave Desert to the Michigan woods….and from the snow drifts of Canada to the Poconos. Each chapter is illustrated in ghastly detail…throwing the reader into tales of mischief, absurdity, and disbelief starring some of the most heartless monsters in American folklore. These are the stories kids love—spooky, fantastical, gripping, gory, and surprisingly cheeky. The acropelter of the north, the multi-elbowed, long-armed relative of the baboon that pelts its victims from above before tearing off their arms and attaching them to his own. The roperite of the Mojave Desert, whose beak doubles as a noose. If they’re lucky, its prey are strangled immediately. If not, the roperite will drag them halfway across the desert. Perhaps scariest of all is the snow wasset, which lurks beneath the Canadian snow, waiting to burst through the surface to snatch at its unsuspecting prey. The Slide-Rock Bolter at 25,000 pounds in the largest terror The tiniest is the Hoop Snake at four pounds Readers—the young and the young at heart—will surely never look at the woods the same way again. Fans of R.L. Stine and Neil Gaiman will relish these tales, expertly spun by Johnson in a style that is as witty as it is macabre. FEARSOME CREATURES OF THE LUMBERWOODS is perfect for campfire storytelling, Halloween reading, or anybody staying up past their bedtime. A mix between Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, FEARSOME CREATURES OF THE LUMBERWOODS is a surefire hit for middle grade readers and parents alike. About the author: Hal Johnson is the author of Immortal Lycanthropes. He reads a lot, plays Dungeons and Dragons, rides a bicycle, collects comic books, and lives with his wife in Queens. Find him on Twitter @haljohnsonbooks. #fearsomecreatures #ilovemg
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Listen to "Jeff Plate From Trans Siberian Orchestra" on Spreaker. Paul O'Neill was born and raised in New York City. His family consisted of 10 children, his mother, and his father who had a doctorate in history. He grew up in a home surrounded by books of classical literature, history and philosophy, all of which he read voraciously. His youth was spent enveloped by theater, classical music, R&B as well as witnessing some of the most pivotal years of New York City's morphing rock scene. Influences that helped form a worldview reflected to this day. In his 20's O'Neill landed a position at Leber-Krebs Inc., the management company that launched the careers of Aerosmith, AC/DC, Def Leppard, The New York Dolls, Scorpions and more. A few years later, he was promoting some of the largest concert events and festivals in Japan, for such artists as Madonna, Bon Jovi, and Sting among others. After segueing from the live business into a successful studio career, O'Neill sowed the seeds for what would launch his 20 year journey with Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO). Recording with artists such as Aerosmith, Savatage, and Badlands opened his eyes to the possibility of a group that flew in the face of all music industry logic. In 1996, O'Neill launched Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) with a vision for a band that was theatrical, conceptual, and, like the world itself, intended to be ever-changing. In short, everything not expected of rock music at that point in time. "I think you can say we knew the odds were against us," O'Neill recalls. "The industry at that time liked bands they could fit into nice, neat, little niches and follow preordained paths to success or failure. We knew that we wanted to break all those rules, we just didn't know if it would work. Lucky for us there were people at our label who had a blind faith in artists. They were willing to take a chance and support us while we experimented (sometimes successfully, sometimes not) and discovered what we could create -- without the usual pressure of keeping to a schedule. I can't imagine that being the case in today's music business." Unthinkable in the beginning, TSO has become one of the most unlikely success stories in rock 'n' roll history. Defying the odds with each tour and album, TSO continues to search for new and original ideas to bring to reality no matter how difficult the challenge. Today, many people assume TSO was a success out of the box, but it wasn't until they turned in Beethoven's Last Night (1999), and began to tour, that the band's fortune changed. To date, TSO has generated five platinum-or-better albums -- and turned into a touring juggernaut, becoming one of Billboard's Top 25 acts during the first decade of the 21st century. TSO's album saga continued last year with Letters From The Labyrinth, which O'Neill christened as TSO's "first hybrid album," and boasts a conceptually provocative song cycle that pushes the proverbial envelope once again. The album's overall concept is based on TSO's Night Castle (2009) and a dialogue between the wisdom of the past and the hopes for the future, via a correspondence between a child and an old friend of the child's grandfather. Letters from the Labyrinth became TSO's third Top 10 album debut in a row, and spent an impressive six weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Rock Chart. 2015's tour hit 60 cities across North America and played to more than 850,000 people. The run grossed more than $41 million in just 45 days which resulted in it being ranked No. 15 on the "Top 200 North American Tours" chart and No. 30 on the "Top 100 Worldwide Tours" chart by concert industry trade Pollstar magazine. TSO's successes extend overseas, as well. In Germany, TSO has played to more than 1,000,000 people on New Year's Eve at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, and in July 2015 performed to a crowd of over 80,000 fans at the Wacken Open Air Festival with a ground-breaking set across the festival's massive two main stages. Last year, O'Neill shed some more light onto the TSO phenomenon in features on CBS Sunday Morning and in a cover story for the Wall Street Journal. In August, O'Neill announced that in its Platinum anniversary year, for its Winter Tour 2016, the group is bringing back its treasured tale, "The Ghosts of Christmas Eve." The tour will come to 61 cities across North America beginning on November 17th and concludes, after 45 days and 105 shows, with special New Year's Eve performances in Seattle and Cleveland. There's more on tap in TSO's near future. Working at its studio in Florida, TSO has in various stages of completion two more rock operas -- "Romanov: When Kings Must Whisper" about the 1917 Russian Revolution -- while a live concert adaptation of "Night Castle" is also on the future docket. O'Neill plans to bring the TSO experience to Broadway at some point. "My biggest problem is simply time," O'Neill says with a laugh. "I need to get one of those magical stopwatches where time freezes and I can play catchup. Until that happens, we'll just keep working on things, trying finding new stories and new ways to tell them." www.trans-siberian.com
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Listen to "Barney Hoskyns Joni Mitchell Anthology" on Spreaker. Nine Grammys. More than ten million albums sold. Named one of the greatest singers and songwriters of all time by Rolling Stone. Joni: The Anthology is an essential collection of writings on Joni Mitchell that charts every major moment of the famed troubadour's extraordinary career, as it happened. From album reviews, incisive commentary, and candid conversations, Joni: The Anthology includes, among other things, a review of Mitchell's first-ever show at LA's Troubadour in June of 1968, a 1978 interview by musician Ben Sidran on jazz great Charles Mingus, a personal reminiscence by Ellen Sander, a confidant of the Los Angeles singer-songwriter community, and a long "director's cut" version of editor Barney Hoskyns' 1994 MOJO interview. A time capsule of an icon, the anthology spans the entirety of Joni's career between 1967-2007, as well as thoughtful commentary on her early years. In collecting materials long unavailable, rare, or otherwise difficult to find, Joni: The Anthology illuminates the evolution of modern rock journalism while providing an invaluable and accessible guide to appreciating the highs―and the lows―of a twentieth century legend. “Once I crossed the border, I began to write and my voice changed. I no longer was imitative of the folk style. My voice was then my real voice and with a slight folk influence, but from the first album it was no longer folk music. It was just a girl with a guitar that made it look that way.”―Joni Mitchell, 1994
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Listen to "Jonathan Frakes From Star Trek Next Generation" on Spreaker. Handsome, dark-haired, blue-eyed actor/director Jonathan Frakes is best known among Star Trek lovers for playing Commander William Riker in Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) and in the Star Trek feature films. Before joining the other legends of Gene Roddenberry's operatic future world, Frakes had worked on television and was a regular in two sudsy, short-lived series, Bare Essence (1983) and Paper Dolls (1984). The Pennsylvania native made his television debut in the 1979 movie Beach Patrol. Frakes has also appeared in numerous miniseries including Beulah Land (1980) and both installments of North and South (1985 and 1986). Frakes cut his directorial teeth with episodes of Star Trek the Next Generation and went on to helm other episodes in the Star Trek franchise, including Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. He has also directed episodes of Diagnosis Murder and University Hospital, as well as the CD-ROM Star Trek-Klingon (1996). Frakes made his feature-film debut as an actor in Star Trek: Generations (1994). He made his big-screen directorial bow in Star Trek: First Contact (1996). His fame from Star Trek has led Frakes to host various sci-fi/paranormal-oriented documentaries including the UPN network's series Paranormal Borderline and the Fox network's popular special Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction. ABOUT STAR TREK: THE CRUISE II>P> STAR TREK: THE CRUISET II is a Star Trek experience unlike any other this side of the Gamma Quadrant! This 6-day voyage on the spectacular Norwegian Jade boldly goes where no one has gone before, packed with special Star Trek-themed shows, events and programs. George Takei will take the helm as Cruise Host and is joined by nearly 20 other iconic Star Trek actors and personalities. Sharing this voyage with our star-studded crew is YOU. Almost every event includes an interactive element which makes the Voyage a truly unique, personal and immersive Star Trek experience. Join us on STAR TREK: THE CRUISET II and EXPERIENCE THE VOYAGE! More details available at: www.startrekthecruise.com
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Dillon Francis On Being Creative" on Spreaker. There's always more to the actor, musician, author and artist then what most people see. Creativity is something you can't just turn off. Your imagination is endlessly playing. Dillon Francis participates with the energy source creating characters with voices that go with each. Not crazy. Only creative. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Hello There.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Katrina Rose From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. So often we talk about the singers featured on NBC's The Voice without putting focus on the band in the background. Katrina Rose has nothing but incredible things to say about Paul and the band. The most inspiring part of the process is how they created with each individual artist to bring out the best in their performance.
Monday, November 27, 2017
Listen to "Tom Petersson Cheap Trick Christmas Christmas" on Spreaker. Cheap Trick will rock in the Yuletide season with the release of their first holiday themed album CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS, out October 20 on Big Machine Records. Arriving mere months after their critically-acclaimed 18th studio album WE'RE ALL ALRIGHT!, Cheap Trick co-produced the holiday collection alongside their longtime collaborator, GRAMMY® Award winner Julian Raymond (Glen Campbell, Fastball). With CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS, Cheap Trick delivers a sleigh full of Rock & Roll Christmas classics and festive favorites by Wizzard, Slade, Chuck Berry, The Ramones and The Kinks as well as newly penned offerings like the joyous lead track, "Merry Christmas Darlings." Explore Cheap Trick's PledgeMusic campaign here: http://smarturl.it/CTChristmas.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Sofi Tukker Best Friends" on Spreaker. Music collaborations arrive from some of the most odd places. For the duo Sofi Tukker it was a moment at a museum where she was slowly jamming in one section while Tukker was spinning the beats in another area. What caught his attention was Sofi's tempo. Painstakingly slow is how he describes it. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Best Friend.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Janice Freeman From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. So many stories about music and how it arrives have surfaced throughout the chapters of writing, producing and performing. For Janice Freeman from NBC's The Voice she uses rhythm, beats and lyrics to lift up her path beyond what might have been labeled a darker path. She uses it to heal while endlessly reaching out to people with her voice to give them the same opportunity.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Listen to "Pam Grier From Bad Grammas" on Spreaker. Parade Deck Films and WowNow Entertainment announced today the opening theatrical date for BAD GRANDMAS. Set to open on November 10th, 2017, the film stars the late Florence Henderson ("The Brady Bunch"), Pam Grier (Jackie Brown, Mars Attacks!) and Judge Reinhold (Beverly Hills Cop, The Santa Clause). Described as a Fargo-meets-Bad Grandpas comedy, BAD GRANDMAS was written and directed by Srikant Chellappa. The film is slated to open theatrically in over 20 markets and then hit VOD, digital as well as Blu rayT and DVD just in time for the holidays. BAD GRANDMAS is a dark comedy about four southern grandmothers who accidentally kill a con man. Things really go off the rails though when his partner shows up wanting to know where he is. The film also stars Randall Batinkoff (Kick-Ass), Miriam Parrish ("Days of Our Lives", "Roseanne") and Susie Wall (Sophie). Their golden years are not what they expected, but they are far from boring.
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Listen to "Diane Snake Lake Member Of The Family" on Spreaker. Dianne 'Snake' Lake reveals the true account of her years with the Manson family, detailing for the first time how she came to join the Family at age 14 and revealing new information about Charles Manson and life as one of his "girls." ### A poignant and compelling memoir of survival, MEMBER OF THE FAMILY (Morrow, on sale 10/24/2017, on sale 9780062695574, $27.99) is Dianne Lake's disturbing and powerful testament of her time with one of the 20th Century's most notorious criminal figures: Charles Manson. At age fourteen Dianne Lake-with little more than an old note in her pocket from her hippie parents granting her permission to leave them-became one of "Charlie's girls," a devoted acolyte of cult leader Charles Manson. Over the course of two years, the impressionable teenager endured manipulation, psychological control, and physical and sexual abuse as the harsh realities of Charles Manson's true nature revealed themselves. From Spahn Ranch and the group orgies and acid trips, to the Beatles' White Album and Manson's dangerous messiah-complex, Dianne tells the riveting story of the Family's descent into madness as she lived it. In MEMBER OF THE FAMILY, Dianne Lake details how she was lured by one of the notorious cults of the 20th century after her parents, who were themselves members of the famous "Hog Farm" commune, were unwittingly complicit in bringing her to Manson's attention then acquiescing to her choice of joining Charlie's "Family." After a tumultuous upbringing with multiple, chaotic moves, Dianne found herself living out of an old bread truck that her father had transformed so that the Lake family could "drop out" and live life free from societal responsibilities. During this time the Lake family, Dianne's mother and father and two younger siblings, moved around Southern California and Dianne found herself longing for a place she belonged. So, when she walked into a party where two young women, Lynette Fromme and Patty Krenwinkel, singled her out and brought her to the lap of Charles Manson, Dianne finally felt like she had found her true Family.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Cash Cash Building The Band" on Spreaker. We've gotten used to watching so many musicians showing up on a global talent show that suddenly become famous. Believe it or not there are still groups of singer songwriters that have a serious history with each other. One of them being Cash Cash. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Take Me Home.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Jon Mero From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. Social media has been the key connection to building fan followings. Knowing how to do it right is incredibly important to the singers and songwriters on NBC's The Voice. For many of them it's like holding down a full time job. Jon Mero sees the tool as being an incredible connection to an extremely bright music future.
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Monday, November 20, 2017
Listen to "Michael Dorn From Star Trek Next Generation" on Spreaker. Michael Dorn (born December 9, 1952) is an American actor and voice artist who is known for his role as the Klingon Worf in the Star Trek franchise. From his first appearance in the series premiere episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, "Encounter at Farpoint", to his last in Star Trek: Nemesis, Dorn has appeared more times as a regular cast member than any other Star Trek actor in the franchise's history, spanning five films and 272 television episodes. He also appeared as Worf's ancestor, Colonel Worf, in the film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Following the end of his Star Trek career, Dorn had supporting roles in a number of independent feature films, including Shadow Hours (2000), Lessons for an Assassin (2001), and the Santa Clause trilogy, in which he appeared in a cameo role as "The Sandman". Dorn was born in Luling, Texas, the son of Allie Lee (née Nauls) and Fentress Dorn, Jr. He grew up in Pasadena, California. He studied radio and television production at Pasadena City College. From there he pursued a career in music as a performer with several different rock music bands, traveling to San Francisco and then back to Los Angeles. Dorn first appeared in Rocky (1976) as Apollo Creed's bodyguard, though he was not credited.He first appeared as a guest on the television show W.E.B. in 1978. The producer was impressed with his work, so he introduced Dorn to an agent who then introduced him to acting teacher Charles Conrad to study acting for six months. He then landed a regular role on the television series CHiPs. Dorn's most famous role to date is that of the Klingon Starfleet officer Lieutenant (later Lt. Commander) Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. "If what happened to the first cast is called being typecast," Dorn says, "then I want to be typecast. Of course, they didn't get the jobs after 'Trek.' But they are making their sixth movie. Name me someone else in television who has made six movies!" Dorn has appeared on-screen in more Star Trek episodes and movies as the same character than anyone else: he appeared in 175 episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation (missing only the episodes "Code of Honor", "Haven", and "Shades of Gray"), 102 episodes of Deep Space Nine and four Star Trek movies, bringing his total to 281 appearances as Worf. Dorn is also one of six actors to lend his voice to Star Trek: Captain's Chair, reprising his role of Lieutenant Commander Worf.
Listen to "Molly Sims Everyday Chic" on Spreaker. Once upon a time, Molly Sims was a single girl who used her oven to store cashmere sweaters. Now, the model turned home chef, design diva, organizational guru, entertaining expert, and blessed mama, is whipping up fabulous fare for family and friends. While she loves to cook, Molly also loves to entertain, and to make the home she shares with her husband and young children both beautiful and inviting. In EVERYDAY CHIC: My Secrets for Entertaining, Organizing, and Decorating at Home (On Sale: October 10, 2017; Trade Paperback Original, $24.99; ISBN: 9780062439635; E-Book ISBN: 9780062439642), Molly welcomes you into her home, sharing valuable tips and tricks for the busy mom. What are Molly's secrets to juggling a successful career and growing household? Through many trials and tribulations, Molly has found solutions that work with her busy lifestyle. In her fun, sophisticated, relaxed girlfriend-to-girlfriend style-flavored with just a touch of Southern-Molly brings together expert advice and her own insights for adding that little "extra" to make your everyday life a little better, a little easier, and a little more special. Inside you'll find secrets and real life advice for simplifying, streamlining, and beautifying, including: . Strategies for creating a Zen-like space and kicking clutter to the curb. . Applying the accessory rule to your home-removing one piece when decorating any room. . Meal hacks and time-saving techniques for feeding your family without stress. . Using the right tools to plan parties like a professional, and tackle easy DIY projects. . Prioritizing the positive without getting hung up on the perfect. Perfection is a unicorn! Filled with lovely and instructive color photos of Molly's home and family, personal anecdotes, insight from Molly's go-to experts, and easy-to-follow how-tos and lists, EVERYDAY CHIC will inspire you to create the stylish home and life you want. Let Molly be your guide!
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Listen to "Christina P Mother Inferior" on Spreaker. Watch her Netflix special "Mother Inferior" debuting 10/10 You can also hear Christina P. ( Pazsitzky) on her hugely successful podcast Your Mom's House with her husband Tom Segura. Your Mom's House is a top rated comedy podcast on iTunes and was nominated for the Stitcher Radio Comedy Award. If you like 7th grade humor, you'll love Your Mom's House. Check out Christina's other podcast, That's Deep, Bro where she gets super deep on stuff. Christina's TV credits include: TruTV's How to Be a Grown Up, she was a Round Table Regular and Writer on the popular E! show Chelsea Lately and TBS' Funniest Wins with Marlon Wayans. Pazsitzky is best known for providing her unique and funny pop culture commentary on several Vh1 countdown shows, TV Guide Channel, SyFy Channel's Insane or Inspired, Tru TV's World's Dumbest and E! Television's Wildest TV Moments. With a background in animation, Christina has written on and lent her voice to several animated projects, like the feature film TV: The Movie with the guys from MTV's Jackass and the television series, Trolls. She was given Animation Magazine's "Up and Coming Writer" Award. You can see Christina's stand up on the Showtime special Red Light Comedy filmed in Amsterdam, TV Guide Channel's Stand Up in Stilettos and Nuvo TV's Stand Up and Deliver. She's also performed at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, Sketchfest, the Aspen Comedy Festival, Moontower Comedy Festival, South African Comedy Festival, Lucy Fest and Gilda's Fest. Christina headlines comedy clubs in the U.S., Canada and has performed for the troops in Afghanistan, South Korea, UAE and Africa. Before becoming a Comedian, she studied Philosophy at Oxford University, dropped out of Law School after two WHOLE weeks and was Goth for more years than she'd care to admit. She and her husband Tom have a son named Ellis who is adorable and loves to pull her hair. The best day of her life (after the birth of her son) was the day she met Kim Deal of the Pixies.
Posted by Arroe at 10:40 AM
Listen to "Doug Abrams Book Of Joy Journal" on Spreaker. On the occasion of his 80th birthday, HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA invited his dear friend, ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU, to Dharamsala, where he lives in exile. For one historic week, the two men spoke candidly to each other about their lives, their philosophies, the state of the world, and of the inherently human trait we call JOY. Last year - these conversations became "THE BOOK OF JOY" written by the two men along with DOUGLAS ABRAMS. Abrams moderated the conversation and in the book, he walks the reader through the conversations between them - the private moments they shared throughout the week, and the history and science both men reference in their explanations of what joy means to them! This year - "THE BOOK OF JOY - JOURNAL" gives us a way to plot our own paths to joy! On October 17, here's your chance to talk to DOUG ABRAMS - who will tell you more about the amazing stories from that meeting and how you can apply the lessons from these great men to your own life! "Joy and happiness cannot be found in pursuit of any goal or achievement. It does not reside in fortune or fame. It resides only in the human mind and the human heart. And it’s here where we hope you will find it." —HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA and ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU
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Listen to "Benjamin Bratt From Coco" on Spreaker. 'Coco' is about a 12-year-old boy with big dreams," says director Lee Unkrich. "It's about a hardworking family with great traditions and a lot of love. But what's so cool about 'Coco' is that the boy could be my son. That family could live next door. The sweet, bossy grandmother who insists on one more bite might be your grandma. There's something familiar to us all in this story. That's what makes it so special." The universal theme of family resonated with filmmakers. "We are all part of a family," says co-director and screenwriter Adrian Molina. "Those relationships are beautiful and complicated. But our family shapes who we are, which made us wonder-if you had an opportunity to meet your ancestors, what would you recognize in them that you see in yourself?" Adds Unkrich, "We recognized a common need to be remembered-to feel that we'll matter long after our time here. Likewise, there's a strong desire to keep alive the memories of our loved ones. By sharing their stories and creating our own, we build this connection across generations that is bigger than our day-to-day lives." Pixar Animation Studios' 19th feature film introduces Miguel, an aspiring singer and self-taught guitarist who dreams of following in the footsteps of his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz, the most famous musician in the history of Mexico. But Miguel's family forbids music. Many years ago, his great-great-grandmother and great-great-grandfather came to an impasse: She wanted to raise their family together in Santa Cecilia, but he couldn't let go of his dream, leaving his family behind in his quest to be a musician. Passed down from generation to generation, great-great-grandmother Mamá Imelda's consequent ban on music is strictly enforced-much to Miguel's dismay. "When Miguel unearths a secret from his family's past-a connection to Ernesto de la Cruz, he rushes to share the news with his family, thinking it will clear the way for him to be a musician," says screenwriter Matthew Aldrich. "To his surprise, it only makes matters worse."
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Calvin Harris Keeping Secrets" on Spreaker. I cannot keep a secret. Calvin Harris on the other hands has the incredible ability to use personal experiences to keep people locked in on never asking about who he's creating with. There's too much going on for him to put focus on what people are asking about and can't give inside views of. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Faking It.
Posted by Arroe at 4:24 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Noah Mac Announcing Your Name" on Spreaker. Hearing your name is one thing when you aren't attached to a global presentation. It's part of the process of being discovered. Then your steps find their way to NBC's The Voice. Everything changes including the way you react when the announcers say your name. Noah Mac is still trying to get used to it.
Posted by Arroe at 3:47 AM
Friday, November 17, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Gryffin On Being In A Band" on Spreaker. Not all master mixers discovered started out addicted to their digital devices. Gryffin was actually a member of a band that fell into the art of taking sound and adding beats and bass. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Sinead Harnett Love In Ruins.
Posted by Arroe at 4:02 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Noah Mac From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. You think your life and chapters are moving extremely fast? Noah Mac from NBC's The Voice talks about how quickly you're pulled into the moment then expected to keep up with the ever changing surface of sight and sound. He's seeing this adventure as an incredible vehicle to help make his new EP a top seller.
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Armin Van Buuren On Pop vs Dance" on Spreaker. Fans of Pop music are still being introduced daily to the incredible talents of master mixer Armin Van Buuren. Those who were there during the early days are wondering if he's turning his sails toward that side of popularity. Not so says Van Buuren who explains what goes into every piece of music. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Sunny Days.
Posted by Arroe at 4:33 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Chris Weaver From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. Being on NBC's The Voice do the artists get the opportunity to be creative or is it a platform based on performing a suggested piece of music? For Chris Weaver it's opened the door and the platform for people all around the world to reach out to him in ways he didn't expect.
Posted by Arroe at 3:51 AM
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Listen to "Emmylou Harris Nashville Christmas" on Spreaker. Get ready to “deck the halls” as digital broadcast network getTV prepares to debut its first original offering, “A Nashville Christmas,” a 60- minute music-variety special featuring popular country artists Wynonna, Emmylou Harris, Lorrie Morgan, Pam Tillis, Ashley Cleveland and Dailey & Vincent, on Thursday, December 7 at 8PM ET/7C. The special is one of the highlights of getTV’s third annual “Most Wonderful Month of the Year” celebration. Jeff Meier, General Manager and SVP, Programming for getTV said, “At getTV, the fan response to our broadcasts of classic holiday specials from Andy Williams, Perry Como, Johnny Cash and more has been overwhelming, so it just made sense that our very first original production would follow in this great tradition of holiday music specials for the whole family. We’re thrilled to be able to bring these wonderfully talented country performers together for ‘A Nashville Christmas.’” Among the show’s highlights are Wynonna’s solo performance of “O Holy Night”; Emmylou’s “Coat of Many Colors”; Wynonna and Emmylou’s first ever duet “Beautiful Star of Bethlehem”; Lorrie’s rendition of “The Christmas Song”; and Pam’s “Santa Claus Baby.”
Posted by Arroe at 5:26 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Sultan And Shepard Radio Show" on Spreaker. Armin Van Buuren was one of the first Master Mixer EDM artists to reach beyond the studio and create a better connection with fans and followers via a radio show or station. Sultan and Shepard see it as an opportunity to not only showcase music but true conversations with those making the industry of music come to life. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Almost Home.
Posted by Arroe at 3:48 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Whitney Fenimore From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. This season of NBC's The Voice feels like the performers and writers have a stronger creative connection. Beyond the show will we start seeing recording collaborations? Whitney Fenimore is ready for it to happen.
Posted by Arroe at 3:15 AM
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Listen to "Angelica Joni Exhale" on Spreaker. The East Coast’s next big thing, Billboard chart ingénue Angelica Joni is rising to the very front of the house pop scene. This New York native specializing in EDM, pop, and dance music is no stranger to the stage, having been performing for live audiences since she was only 8 years old. Now this electrifying musical tsunami is ready to share her talent with international audiences everywhere. Recently teaming up with established producer/re mixer Valentin (Lucas Prata, Deborah Cox, Britney Spears), Angelica has released accomplishing singles like “Weightless.” The hit single rose for 8 weeks on the Billboard Dance Chart landing in the top 30. In 2016 Angelica brought her electrifying talent and vocal finesse to an audience of 15,000 people at NJ Pride, one of the largest LGBT events in the US. After recently signing with dance label 418 Music, she is currently packing the dance floor with her newly released single "Exhale," which is now charting in the Top 15 on the Billboard Dance Club Chart. The video for “Exhale” is packed with dance floor energy and catchy beats for any club mix. Tapping once again into her talented team, Angelica tapped Valentin to direct the action. This flaring romantic video features Angelica herself drenched in a soft blurred light juxtaposed with beautiful blooming flowers, creating a vibrant and colorful scene. What at first seems like a love rivalry turns out to be a celebration of love, focusing on the passion and not the competition. The vibrant colors and cinematic touches create a mesmerizing palette of sight and Angelica delivers the irresistible sound. You can catch pop sensation Angelica Joni on iTunes or on one of her many live tours. Upon first meeting New York based singer/songwriter Angelica Joni, you will immediately be captivated by her serenity, quiet confidence, and thoughtful curiosity. And if those qualities lead you to assume that she will politely adorn the stage or studio with a low key, introspective performance, you're in for quite a surprise. From the first moment Angelica begins to sing, she will shatter any preconceptions you might have. Her voice is warm and electrifying with a depth and worldly understanding that few singers possess. Much of her vocal talent is due in part to her passion for live performance. And one glance at her busy tour schedule of the last few years clearly shows she has grown into a creative force that resonates with audiences across America. Recently, Angelica teamed up with multi-faceted producer Valentin Fuhrer (Britney Spears, Deborah Cox, Lucas Prata) and co-wrote her recent debut single, "Weightless". It's engaging mainstream Top 40 dance record propelled by a hypnotic, pulsating rhythm that blends seamlessly with Angelica's impassioned vocal performance. The track's layered sonic landscape combined with Angelica's lyrics of longing desire have connected with listeners and music lovers of all ages, rewarding her with a Top 30 hit on the Billboard Dance Chart and significant mixshow support across the US. Also, “Weightless” benefited from a set of sensational remixes by world-class, multi-platinum producers including Jason Nevins, C-Rod, Vinny Vero, Georgie Porgie, and Ranny, that added maximum dance floor magic to Angelica’s sparkling hit single. Angelica has just completed recording “Exhale”, the breathtaking follow-up to “Weightless”, and continues to put together the songs that will form her forthcoming album. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for Angelica on TV, radio, entertainment blogs, and concert stages everywhere.
Posted by Arroe at 8:26 AM
Listen to "Jenette j Johnson Everyday Fashion And Faith" on Spreaker. Her post opened up a pertinent discussion that deeply reverberated with readers looking to find similar balance. Through personal experiences, current events, and pop-culture references, J’S EVERYDAY FASHION AND FAITH: Personal Style with Purpose (Waterfall Press; 10/3/17) makes the connection between deep-seeded spirituality, strong values, and the daily decisions we make about our personal style. From her upbringing in rural middle America, to her first job out of college in a big city, and finally to Florida where her blog was born, J’s journey to finding a balance between her love for fashion and her faith was not an easy one. After experiencing many setbacks in her personal and professional life by not being appropriately dressed in the interest of being frugal, J was faced with the harsh reality that her style choices conflicted with her inherent values. In her memoir, J embraces this understanding while providing a unique perspective with refreshing outlooks on guilt, creativity, self-esteem, and global responsibility that everyone has encountered. Balance: As women we often put the needs of others ahead of our own. The varying duties of being a woman can feel overwhelming. But treating yourself to something you have pined over or setting aside time for yourself are important forms of self-care. Creativity: Our passions – whether that means for you clothes, beauty, food, art, or anything else – is an important part of our souls and are something to be celebrated. Don’t be afraid to embrace who you are. Self-esteem: When your clothes don’t fit, it’s easy to believe that your body is the issue and not the clothes. But hidden behind those clothes are issues surrounding inner beauty that is far more powerful and important. Global Responsibility: While we cannot change the world in a day, we at least have a responsibility to start questioning where our clothes come from, what conditions those people are working under, and to know how much waste clothes produce. Many women are faced with these universal concerns and J’s objective is to open the discussion for women from all walks of life and faiths. Part memoir, part call-to-action, J'S EVERYDAY FASHION AND FAITH explores topics that we as women often don't talk about openly. It shows that caring about our appearance doesn't have to be a sign of vanity, that we can interweave our values, morals, and faith with our own sense of style and creativity, and that we have a social responsibility as consumers.
Posted by Arroe at 7:16 AM
Listen to "Chris Matthews Boby Kennedy A Raging Spirit" on Spreaker. A revealing new portrait of Robert F. Kennedy that gets closer to the man than any book before, by bestselling author Chris Matthews, an esteemed Kennedy expert and anchor of MSNBC’s Hardball. With his bestselling biography Jack Kennedy, Chris Matthews shared a new look of one of America’s most beloved Presidents and the patriotic spirit that defined him. Now, with Bobby Kennedy, Matthews returns with a gripping, in-depth, behind-the-scenes portrait of one of the great figures of the American twentieth century.
Posted by Arroe at 5:57 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Clean Bandit Talk About I Miss You" on Spreaker. We've all grown accustom to music videos. Most of the time those magical pieces of art are designed by way of hiring an outside crew. Not for Clean Bandit. They actually started out as masters of video. The music served as a soundtrack. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is I Miss You.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Brook Simpson From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. Season 13 on NBC's The Voice is proving to be the most dynamic because those performing are coming into the game already used to collaborating. Which come pretty easy for Brooke Simpson whose parents always stood with her during her growing years. It was always important for Brooke to team her talents up with others touched by musical bugs.
Posted by Arroe at 3:35 AM
Monday, November 13, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Keisha Renee From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. Sometimes being from a certain region of the nation or world keeps you away from the sights and sounds that will one day influence you to bring your art forward. For NBC The Voice's Keisha Renee moving to Texas was a moving experience that invited her to explore so many different levels of performance.
Posted by Arroe at 3:34 AM
Friday, November 10, 2017
Listen to "Emily Kinney Releases Mermaid" on Spreaker. Emily will next be seen in the ABC series TEN DAYS IN THE VALLEY, opposite Kyra Sedgwick. She was last seen on the ABC series CONVICTION, opposite Hayley Attwell and in an arc on Season Two of Steven Soderbergh's acclaimed series THE KNICK, opposite Clive Owen. She has appeared in a recurring role opposite Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan in Showtime's MASTERS OF SEX and as a series regular role on AMC's hit THE WALKING DEAD. Emily appeared in Universal's IT'S COMPLICATED, directed by Nancy Meyers, and in the independent film CONCUSSION, directed by Stacie Passon. Upon her arrival in New York, Emily immediately made her Off-Broadway debut in IPHIGENIA 2.0 at the Signature Theatre, directed by Tina Landau. On Broadway Emily was seen as "Anna" in the Tony Award-winning Production of SPRING AWAKENING and starred opposite Estelle Parsons as "Jean Fordham" in the First National Tour of AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY. Emily is also a singer/songwriter whose debut full-length album "This Is War" was released this past October and is available on Spotify and iTunes.
Posted by Arroe at 5:31 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Allan Walker's Fans" on Spreaker. Being invited to the festival stage is a great way to reach out to new followers but Alan Walker still loves to be on those solo tours. It's always been about the fans and followers. Being in the clubs allows him to perform up close and personal. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is All Falls Down.
Posted by Arroe at 4:08 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Mitchell Lee From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. A lot of incredible music has come out of the Charleston, SC area. To see Mitchell Lee on NBC's The Voice isn't a shock because he's mastered the art of what he calls Piedmont Rock. It's a little too much for the Country music scene and not heavy enough to make it to Metal of the veins of what makes Classic Rock.
Posted by Arroe at 3:49 AM
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Halsey On Fashion" on Spreaker. Sight and sound play such an important role in the success of the singer/songwriter. Fashion can sometimes be one of the most difficult things to tackle. What one side of the nation thinks is in is totally opposite on the other shoreline. Halsey has learned a new technique to keep the peace. Her latest release on rBeatz Radio is Bad At Love.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Esera Tuaolo From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. Esera Tuaolo is no newcomer to the lineup. His adventure once had him on the front line of the NFL. He's always had a passion to sing wasting no time to share it in every locker room. At the age of 49 he's making hits on NBC's The Voice.
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Niall Horan Solo Tour" on Spreaker. Being part of a Boy Band has a fair share of perks. Like not being the center of attention which opens the door for you to participate with the background of sound and not always up front. That's all changed for Niall Horan. His first ever solo tour has officially kicked off and he's taking on the expectations required to be a solid front man. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Slow Hands.
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Addison Agen From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. Sixteen year old Addison Agen is plays the NBC The Voice stage like a seasoned professional. She totally credits her parents for helping her reach beyond belief claiming it's all come together without a trip, spin or dip in the path. Almost like discovering harmonics on a guitar.
Posted by Arroe at 3:27 AM
Monday, November 6, 2017
Listen to "JB Smoove The Book Of Leon" on Spreaker. From couch life to life coach-Leon Black is back in THE BOOK OF LEON (Gallery Books; On Sale October 10, 2017; Hardcover $25). Playing hooky from Larry, HBO, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, the most-ruckus-bringingest-human ever is here to fix your life with a philosophical helpfulness you'd have sworn you never needed. Aristotle. Gandhi. Lao Tzu. Dr. Ruth. Amateurs. For centuries bespeckled dorks have pored over the scrolls of the ancients, read tea leaves, and looked to the stars for philosophy, wisdom, and advice. While some people have probably offered good advice, and others offer bad advice, Leon is here to offer his brand of good-bad advice. These are the musings of a master genius spitting out the secrets of the universe-to help you become just like him. Be forewarned: in opening this tome and Leon's mind, you need to be prepared for straight talk. The kind of unfiltered blunt straight talk that pounds on your door, invites itself in, makes itself at home, helps itself to your food, security pass code, your expensive organic beet juice, and finally makes itself comfortable on that twin bed in your guest room. All the while you think you're helping it-but really it's helping you help yourself! Because that's how this book doozit. Leon Black, he ain't wrong...he just ain't right. THE BOOK OF LEON is the encyclopedic wisdom of Leon Black, the unofficial sidekick to Larry David and a foolish force to be reckoned with. He has advice on skin care, divorce (how to get there without being a dirty cheater), wife insurance, getting money for your startup, when to wash your hands, how to fix government debt (print more money!), how to be a high-functioning alcoholic, and which Uber to order depending on how drunk you are. Leon Black is the modern day Ruckus-Damus, the Bringer of Ruckus, a word artist, a spitter of Leonisms, a possessor of BBIF, and the POHTA.
Posted by Arroe at 11:25 AM
Listen to "Neil Giraldo One On One" on Spreaker. Singer/songwriter/producer Neil Giraldo has never feared leaving his mark on music. He's actively involved with inviting newer levels of sound to the forefront of listening. If he's playing what's popular then he knows he's six months behind. Being in the studio is a priority. But that doesn't mean he doesn't jump into other new ideas and adventures.
Posted by Arroe at 11:05 AM
Listen to "Ken Blanchard Self Leadership" on Spreaker. Through a captivating business parable, Ken Blanchard and coauthors Susan Fowler and Laurence Hawkins show readers how to apply the world-renowned Situational Leadership® II method to their own development. In SELF LEADERSHIP & THE ONE MINUTE MANAGER: Gain the Mindset and Skillset for Getting What You Need to Succeed - readers learn about Steve, a young advertising executive who is about to lose his job. Through a series of talks with a One Minute Manager protégé named Cayla, Steve learns the 3 secrets of self-leadership. His newfound skills not only empower Steve to keep his job, but also show him how to ditch his victim mentality to continue growing, learning, and achieving. Just as Ken Blanchard’s phenomenal bestselling classic The One Minute Manager gives leaders the three secrets to managing others, so this follow-up book gives people the three secrets to managing themselves. In Self Leadership and the One Minute Manager, readers will see how accepting personal responsibility for their own success leads to power, freedom, and autonomy.
Posted by Arroe at 8:17 AM
Listen to "Powerman 5000 New Album And Tour" on Spreaker. Powerman 5000 releases the official music video for "Sid Vicious in a Dress," the first single off the upcoming album, New Wave, available worldwide on October 27, 2017, from Pavement Entertainment. The video depicts the ultimate rebel girl, who embodies Sid Vicious in spirit and encounters the band in a gritty nightclub. She turns everything upside down wherever she goes, refusing to back down to anyone. On the concept of the video, vocalist Spider One says, “Visually, I wanted the video to feel like we stepped back in time, got transported back to the Rathskeller in Boston or CBGBs. Basically, a dirty, smelly claustrophobic mess.” Spider further discusses the meaning of "Sid Vicious in a Dress": “I suppose at its simplest it’s a twisted love song, but really it’s about loving what hurts you, what is bad for you. Staying when you should run. Over the years, Sid Vicious has become the poster child for chaos and self-destruction. I just took that and put it in the form of a beautiful girl. The title of the song kind of says it all.” Spider stresses the spirit of the music video, stating, “It was very important to not to let this video become a typical rock and roll bad girl cliche video. This is not a lap dance video. This is violence!” The track is one you’ll want to put on repeat, assuredly becoming an anthem for twisted love, mayhem, and rock and roll anarchy. It will leave everyone who hears it singing along to its unapologetic refrain, “You're a mess! Sid Vicious in a dress!” Keeping true to the very spirit of Sid himself, Powerman 5000 once again delivers an album on their own terms.
Posted by Arroe at 7:25 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Beck Finishing An Album" on Spreaker. That moment an artist feels. The album or song is done. What do they feel or hear? For Beck he believes his new album could've been finished two years ago. But he kept pushing to get over a mountain. Only to realize that moment never truly arrives. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Up All Night.
Posted by Arroe at 4:14 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Chloe Kohanski From NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. When all the layers of music are pulled back... Blues continues to be the true source of so many shapes and sights of sound. Chloe Kohanski from NBC's The Voice wants to get so deep into it's stream of existence that her songs and presentation live long after her written chapters.
Posted by Arroe at 3:29 AM
Friday, November 3, 2017
Listen to "Michael Rapaport This Book Has Balls" on Spreaker. An actor, director, and comedian, Michael Rapaport stars in "Atypical," just renewed by Netflix. Up next is "White Famous" on Showtime. He has also appeared on TV shows such as Friends, Justified, The War at Home, and Prison Break, and in films such as True Romance and Mighty Aphrodite. Rapaport also directed the award-winning 2011 documentary Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest and the ESPN 30 for 30 film When the Garden Was Eden, which premiered in 2014. Michael is a sports fanatic who hilariously and passionately covers topics such as why LeBron James will never be like Mike, how Tiger Woods can get his game back, and why the Knicks are overdue to win a championship. But a wider variety of issues are also addressed in the book and can be discussed in an interview, including: *From Bieber and Leo to Kanye and Clooney, which celebs think they're good at basketball-and which are dead wrong *Why Michael has a love/hate relationship with yoga *Michael's fascination, nay obsession, with the Real Housewives franchise *Michael's teenage crush on Mary Lou Retton and the mortifying end to their "relationship" *Thoughts about Caitlyn Jenner voting for Trump, and much more. Michael's "I Am Rapaport" podcast (which has 2 million monthly listeners and is regularly in the iTunes top 50) tackles everything from politics to pop culture.
Posted by Arroe at 11:31 AM
Listen to "Neal Preston Exhilerated And Exhausted" on Spreaker. When Gregg Allman decided to name what turned out to be his last studio album Southern Blood, the album cover was going to feature a painting done by New York artist Vincent Castiglia, who paints using human blood. Gregg sent him two vials of his blood, but then decided to go in a different direction with the album's artwork, opting instead to show his property in Savannah, Georgia. Gregg Allman's manager, Michael Lehman, on the cover photo of Gregg's new album, Southern Blood. OC:...somewhere out there. :31 "The image on the cover is taken in his backyard actually looking out towards the river and there’s a wooden walkway that heads out towards his dock as well as some trees with some Spanish moss hanging and that’s the image that you’ll see and that Gregg saw every single day when he would sit out on his back patio, or sit out by the pool. And very often he would take walks towards the dock. And the reason that we chose that image is it just looks out towards the beyond where Gregg was and that’s where Gregg is, somewhere out there.” But, with Castiglia still having Gregg's blood, his family went ahead with a portrait. Michael Lehman, Gregg Allman's manager, on the blood art portrait of Gregg included with the deluxe edition of Gregg's last album, Southern Blood. OC:...to make the painting. :30 “After his passing Vincent was commissioned to paint a portrait of Gregg, and the kids, as well as myself, looked at many different images to determine what would be best ’cause Gregg never sat for the portrait. And they settled on a Neil Preston photo from the early ’70s and Vincent painted that. Now the interesting thing is there actually wasn’t enough blood in the two vials that Gregg had given him to paint the portrait, so some of the kids contributed their own blood to make this painting.” That portrait is available with the deluxe editions of Southern Blood, and the original painting will tour the country as part of any celebrations related to the album, as well as an Allman exhibition that's in the works.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Tove Lo Clubs And Festivals" on Spreaker. The most amazing thing about today's music scene are the opportunities to bring your performance to life. Rather than sticking to the local pubs and clubs many of today's singer/songwriters are being invited to perform at festivals. Tove Lo uses both opportunities to build a stronger fan base. Her latest release on rBeatz Radio is Disco T***
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Anthony Alexander NBC's The Voice" on Spreaker. You can't reach pivotal points in your success by yourself. Anthony Alexander knows the game because his family has endlessly offered enormous amounts of not just love but true support. From managing to blending in vocally. He recently performed at LA's Viper Room. Plus he's one of this seasons biggest attractions on NBC's The Voice.
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Listen to "Johanna Basford Ivy And The Inky Butterfly" on Spreaker. Illustrator Johanna Basford, frequently credited with igniting the adult coloring book craze with her international bestsellers, Johanna’s Christmas, Magical Jungle, Lost Ocean, Secret Garden, and Enchanted Forest¸ is changing the coloring book game once again with IVY AND THE INKY BUTTERFLY: A Magical Tale to Color. Johanna Basford has sold more than 21 million copies of her books worldwide. Basford’s books are not tools of procrastination, but devices that allow us to detox from the digitized world we live in, and through which we rediscover how to stop and smell the flowers.
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Listen to "Bob Newhart From Big Bang Theory" on Spreaker. Bob Newhart will be returning to his EMMY winning role of Arthur Jeffries/Prof. Proton on the Thursday, November 2nd episode of The Big Bang Theory. Sheldon's very own Obi Wan, returns to him in another time of need. Wil Wheaton will also reprise his role in the episode as Sheldon's on and off again nemesis. The Big Bang Theory airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on CBS before moving to its regular night of Thursdays at 8 p.m. on November 2nd. Bob Newhart was nearly 30 years-old and working as an accountant in Chicago, when he struck comic gold with his first comedy album. His incredible journey was thoroughly explored in AMERICAN MASTERS Bob Newhart: Unbuttoned on PBS. More recently, Newhart's TV contributions have been highlighted on PBS' popular series, "Pioneers of Television." His career as an entertainer has spanned 56 years, including multiple television series, 14 feature films and millions of albums sold worldwide and he is the recipient of many honors, including the "Mark Twain Prize for American Humor," presented by the Kennedy Center, He and induction into the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' "Hall of Fame." In 2013, he won his first Emmy® for recurring appearances on the hit show "Big Bang Theory" and he also appears in the series, "The Librarians," on TNT.
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Listen to "rBeatz Music Update 3LAU Plays Radio Man" on Spreaker. I've always believed that when you play the game you're always going to have better questions and receive better answers. So when 3LAU had the opportunity to play radio personality recently it totally lit up the interest level. He knew where to take the conversations. His latest release on rBeatz Radio has him teamed up with Rihanna Desperado.