Friday, February 23, 2018
Listen to the conversation You’ve got to love the idea of waking up and writing a song that’s charting worldwide. Zack Martino’s studio is the laptop siting in the bedroom. The very laptop he purchased after friends convinced himself to sell off his drums and go digital. This was no easy task. Zack has been on that trap set since the age of four. To push himself away wasn’t going to be an easy task. Once it did though the dude has been featured in huge magazines like Billboard and will play Ultra Miami for the first time this year. In this conversation Zack and I look into the everyday challenges of building a song. How sampling vocals has turned a new page in his creative life and what it was like to go back to the place he sold his drums and repurchased them.
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Listen to "Dana DeLorenzo From Ash vs Evil Dead" on Spreaker. In Ash vs Evil Dead, the highly acclaimed follow-up to the classic horror film series, Bruce Campbell reprises his role as the heroic, chainsaw-handed monster fighter Ash Williams. The series also stars Lucy Lawless (Xena: Warrior Princess) as the evil Ruby who devises a diabolical plan to defeat Ash and raise hell on earth. And Dana DeLorenzo is moody wild child Kelly Maxwell, who makes it her personal mission to kill Ruby and end the Evil Dead torment once and for all. Ohio native Dana DeLorenzo has had roles in films such as A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas and The Mad Ones. In season three of Ash vs Evil Dead, Dana returns as Kelly Maxwell who finds her loyalties tested when new and old friends clash, but her hatred of evil continues to go nuclear. Kelly sets out to end the terror that seems to follow her new family around like a plague, only to be sidelined by forces out of her control.
Posted by Arroe at 11:21 AM
Listen to "Tim Johnson Jr From The Four On FOX" on Spreaker. Tim Jr is very passionate about the gift handed to him as a child. A sound his father first heard while driving in the car. It entered his heart so deeply that he's dedicated a lot of his own creative energy inside the recording studio fine tuning what Tim Jr says isn't a genre artist. With pride he says he can sing any style of music which will one day put him inside huge outdoor arenas.
Posted by Arroe at 9:15 AM
Listen to "Rob Shuter from The Royal Wedding Podcast" on Spreaker. Your ultimate royal wedding insider! Celeb gossip extraordinaire Rob Shuter, OK! Mag's Editor at Large, takes you deep inside the palace, the planning, the church, the parties, and everything in between with exclusive news and A-list interviews. Every episode is, in Rob's words, "more dish, more knowledge." We're serving all the tea on Harry, Meghan, and their big day! ABOUT ROB SHUTER Naughty Gossip's Rob Shuter breaks celebrity news every day on various outlets. Host of VH1 "The Gossip Table," regular guest on "The Wendy Williams Show," "The Today Show," "Good Day New York," "The Elvis Duran Show," and "Extra," and Editor at Large for OK! Magazine, Shuter can be found all over the media doing what he loves best -- breaking news in his unique, naughty but nice way. Rob has broken the biggest entertainment stories including Jamie Lynn Spears' pregnancy news, Britney's first post-meltdown interview, Eva Longoria's wedding, and baby exclusives for the tots of Jessica Alba, Tori Spelling and Mathew McConaughey. Having worked for Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, P. Diddy, Jessica Simpson and Jon Bon Jovi, Rob always knows where to find the best scoop.
Posted by Arroe at 7:42 AM
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Listen to "Anggun What We Remember Conversation" on Spreaker. Born in Jakarta, Anggun holds onto a name that remains unforgettable in the hearts of millions of fans and followers. Her full name Anggun Cipta Sasmi means "A grace born out of a dream". She was far from being the first in the family to enjoy music success. Her , Darto Singo drew huge crowds not only as a singer but producer in Indonesia. It took absolutely nothing to convince Anggun to grow within the ranks of creative energy. At seven years in age she put together a debut album filled with children's song. By twelve her Rock roots fully influenced she released Dunia Aku Punya. The collection of songs totally blew away music lovers making her a giant attraction in East Asia.
Posted by Arroe at 9:34 AM
Listen to "Zack Martino Sold It All To Become" on Spreaker. He first bumped into his love for music sitting behind a drum set. An awesome place for many reaching out of their bedrooms toward bigger stages and performances. One problem. Zack Martino couldn't find enough people to form a band. His friends took to his side and convinced him that it was time to enter the age of digital production. He sold his drums to finance a home studio. Zack's latest song is Hold On To Me.
Posted by Arroe at 5:38 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Ryan Brahms Getting Into The Biz" on Spreaker. The coolest part of the digital process is how it endlessly extends an open palm to all creative minds and processes. You can be a doctor and suddenly find yourself locked on serious amount of beats that land people on the floor or hopping around like rabbits at a festival. Ryan Brahms was heavily inspired to play by way of his father and Grandfather who would sing everywhere especially weddings. Igniting that imagination included a heavy passion to learn how to play several different instruments. He plays by one rule: John Lennon said give me a tuba I'll get you something out of it. His latest song is Love Dealer.
Posted by Arroe at 4:30 AM
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Listen to "Jonathan Abrams The Inside Story Of The Wire" on Spreaker. The definitive oral history of the iconic and beloved TV show The Wire, as told by the actors, writers, directors, and others involved in its creation Since its final episode aired in 2008, HBO's acclaimed crime drama The Wire has only become more popular and influential. The issues it tackled, from the failures of the drug war and criminal justice system to systemic bias in law enforcement and other social institutions, have become more urgent and central to the national conversation. The show's actors, such as Idris Elba, Dominic West, and Michael B. Jordan, have gone on to become major stars. Its creators and writers, including David Simon and Richard Price, have developed dedicated cult followings of their own. Universities use the show to teach everything from film theory to criminal justice to sociology. Politicians and activists reference it when discussing policy. When critics compile lists of the Greatest TV Shows of All Time, The Wire routinely takes the top spot. It is arguably one of the great works of art America has produced in the 20th century. But while there has been a great deal of critical analysis of the show and its themes, until now there has never been a definitive, behind-the-scenes take on how it came to be made. With unparalleled access to all the key actors and writers involved in its creation, Jonathan Abrams tells the astonishing, compelling, and complete account of The Wire, from its inception and creation through its end and powerful legacy.
Posted by Arroe at 10:40 AM
Listen to "4TK The 4th Kingdom The International Journey" on Spreaker. When reality competition series contestants leave the stage for the last time, their fate is arguably unknown. Sure, every week the audience has the propensity to make or break their connection to the rest of the world, but once the final curtain call happens, it’s the talent that is the winning catalyst. For The Fourth Kingdom (better known as 4TK), their success following their respective experiences on Belgium’s The Voice is inimitable. Sebastian, Jaxon, Shane, and Kyle each forged their own respective paths prior to coming together. However, as a group, they’re unstoppable. Armed with their hit single “Broken” and a star-studded group of collaborators, get ready for the globe’s next Pop sensation, 4TK
Posted by Arroe at 9:36 AM
Listen to "Dan Barker Free Will Explained" on Spreaker. FREE WILL EXPLAINED asks us to ponder the questions: “do we have free will?” And, “if we don’t, why do we feel as if we do?” In a universe governed by impersonal laws of cause and effect, are you responsible for your actions? Former Christian minister Dan Barker (God: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction) unveils a novel solution to the question that has baffled scientists and philosophers for millennia. He outlines the concept of what he calls “harmonic free will,” a two-dimensional perspective that pivots the paradox on its axis to show that there is no single answer—both sides are right. Free will is a useful illusion: not a scientific, but a social truth.
Posted by Arroe at 7:53 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Tony Moran Evolves With Sound" on Spreaker. The funniest thing about Global Dance Music is based on the rooting system of it's rightful place within the fixtures of fad, fact and fiction. Basically meaning there are still countries being introduced to it's behavior inside clubs and at small and large music festivals. Tony Moran is a generator of energy. Not only has he evolved with the sights and presentation but continues to explore newer areas that EDM and Dance have not tried. That requires a lot of face to face time with fans and followers as well as being in the clubs no matter where the location. His latest release is You're Good For Me.
Posted by Arroe at 4:34 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Steve Aoki Continues To Set Records" on Spreaker. Masterfully Steve Aoki has generated a lot of history to unfold and take shape in corners of the world where Global Dance is endlessly being introduced. That means he spends multiple hours laying out the ground work as well as flying from city to city. It has a huge positive impact on the genre of sound and it has taken its toll in other areas. Truthfully speaking he hasn't stopped the performance but he has taught himself to spend less time on that incredible stage. His latest release is Azukita.
Friday, February 16, 2018
Listen to "Taylor James From Samson" on Spreaker. Taylor James' many film and television credits include BLITZ for Lionsgate; MAMMA MIA for Universal; CHRISTMAS EVE for Unstuck; and JUSTICE LEAGUE for Warner Bros. His television credits include Material Girl and Hotel Babylon for BBC; Sirens and Red Dwarf for Channel 4; and Howard's Happy Place, for Idris Elba and SKY 1. Now he plays the iconic title role in PURE FLIX's biblical epic, SAMSON. Taylor launched his acting career on London's West End as an original cast member in the U.K. production of the musical Footloose, playing the iconic character of Willard Hewitt. Roles followed in international hits such as Guys and Dolls on stage and Mamma Mia, both on stage and film. Taylor's love for storytelling led him to work with classical texts such as The Duchess of Malfi at The Old Vic theatre and modern adaptations of period stories such as Danton's Death at the National Theatre, PIAF for the Donmar Warehouse and the Broadway hit The Little Dog Laughed. More recently, Taylor spent a season with the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company performing in both stage and film productions of The Winter's Tale, starring Dame Judi Dench and Sir Kenneth Branagh; and Romeo and Juliet, in the role of Prince Escalus, with Lily James and Richard Madden. ABOUT SAMSON, OPENING IN THEATERS FEBRUARY 16th From the creators of GOD'S NOT DEAD comes SAMSON, an action-packed biblical epic starring Billy Zane, Golden Globe winner Rutger Hauer and Jackson Rathbone and premiering nationwide Feb. 16. Samson's journey of passion, betrayal, and redemption inspires audiences to realize that life's failures need not define their future. "For anyone who ever wondered if they really could do what God called them to do, this film is for them," Pure Flix CEO Michael Scott said. SAMSON also features Lindsay Wagner, Caitlin Leahy and Taylor James as Samson.
Posted by Arroe at 12:25 PM
Listen to "Eternal Hunger Releases Monster" on Spreaker. In this age of Twitter speak and to the point texting there's more to Eternal Hunger than a Google description that reads: GRILLING ORCHESTRAL MUSIC WITH Trap, Dubstep, Drum & Bass & Glitch-Hop FOR THOSE WHO CRAVE FOR THE BASS. The more we talked the bigger the picture became. A solid musicians that dramatically brings a fresh new appeal to Trap. Hard edges with angelic female vocals or Hip Hop flavored repeats like those heard on the new release Monster. A pianist that brings his brand of beats to life in clubs and one day there has to be American festivals. One listen to Monster and others and you'll instantly start making connections to his sound being attached to movie soundtracks. He says yes. He wants to create many waves of sound that'll also be featured in commercial production.
Posted by Arroe at 10:19 AM
Listen to "Ryan Brahms The Process Of Music" on Spreaker. I think it's a natural thing for people to want to know where songs come from and singer songwriters like Ryan Brahms aren't afraid to express it. He says songs come from all sorts of places and how it feels after it's been written and produced is totally different. They always say songs are always changing and Ryan says they're always growing with you through good and bad times. Which is why he's heavily inspired by all the different types of music around him and everything in life in general. It's all about good vibes. Ryan's latest release is Love Dealer.
Posted by Arroe at 5:30 AM
Listen to "Demi Lovato On Releasing Music" on Spreaker. It's not everyday that you get the opportunity to stare into the creative soul of Jay Z and simply ask "Which song would you release?" The master of Hip Hop and all things connected isn't going to put your steps on the wrong path. He knows the level of play on this present scene of music and no matter how many hits you've had before the connection he's going to put down the vibes of direction. It was a totally cool experience for Demi Lovato who's got a killer track out now titled Tell Me You Love Me. The video that comes with it is beyond the norm. She dove into this project to hit some serious subjects and ways to deal with the situation.
Posted by Arroe at 4:21 AM
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Listen to "Jason Warrior From The Four On FOX" on Spreaker. I'm shocked this hasn't happened more often but Jason Warrior is one of few singer songwriter performers that's been featured on two huge network music competitions. His latest being The Four on FOX. Jason Warrior is a contestant on The Voice. He was born and raised in Chicago. As a teenager, Jason traveled around the world with the famous Chicago-based gospel group Walt Whitman and the Soul Children. In 2014, Jason started a production company out of his college dorm called Dramatic Studios. Prior to joining the Voice, Jason created a 20-episode web series called The Truth about young people overcoming difficult issues in life.
Posted by Arroe at 7:20 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update R3Hab Is All Out Global" on Spreaker. It's an honest question. While growing globally does the artist have to reshape their sights and sounds for each country they move through? Not everybody's into the heavy deep bass beats of Hip Hop and House comes with several layers of inspiration that can easily be touched up with simple eye connections to those in attendance. For R3hab he's been studying the physical connection between Latin beats and those being master mixed by some of the most creative producers in France. He's proving there's an art to being the daily student. He's on rBeatz Radio with Mike Williams Lullabye.
Posted by Arroe at 4:28 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update 4TK Reachs Beyond The Voice" on Spreaker. It's pretty easy to say The Voice is a weekly music competition. In between the beats and lyrics the artists are collaborating. The show has become it's own level of discovery. One of the first super acts to leap off that stage is Belgium's The Fourth Kingdom (4TK). They've entered the global music scene by way of utilizing every shape of marketing, from writing and collaborating with outside sources each song carries with it a texture of connection. Wait until you step into their world of fashion. 4TK is setting a new high standard of appearance while maintaining an extremely healthy social media vibe. They're on rBeatz Radio with Broken.
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Listen to "John Fugelsang Season Two Of Page Six TV" on Spreaker. Actor and comedian John Fugelsang has been murdered on CBS drama "CSI," debated David Duke & Jerry Falwell on Bill Maher's show and once interviewed two Beatles on different continents in the same week. Fugelsang, who hosts "Tell Me Everything" weekdays on SiriusXM Insight #121, has been a regular on CNN, MSNBC, FOX News and hosted "Viewpoint" on Current TV and co-hosted "America's Funniest Videos" on ABC with Daisy Fuentes. Along with Stephanie Miller, Hal Sparks & Aisha Tyler, he recently sold out theaters nationwide on "The Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour" and the tour's album "Volume 1" became the first political album to ever hit #1 on the Amazon, iTunes & Billboard comedy charts. He recently performed in "The Bill of Rights Concert" alongside Lewis Black & Dick Gregory, which aired on AXS. He's also appeared at Montreal's "Just for Laughs" Festival and HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado. Fugelsang wrote, developed and hosted two highly-rated series for VH1-UK and and co-hosted (first with 'Mad TV's' Debra Wilson, then with Emmy-winner Teresa Strasser) "Watercooler" on TV Guide Network. Fugelsang has interviewed many top musicians and entertainers including Beatles star George Harrison's final television appearance. His debate about belief on Kamau Bell's show got over one million hits on Youtube and his off-Broadway solo show was nominated for the Drama League's Distinguished Performance Award. Other credits include Coyote Ugly, The Girl On The Train and "The Coexist Comedy Tour." Fugelsang has also performed for U.S. troops overseas, including a humanitarian mission in Haiti.
Posted by Arroe at 7:13 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update MK Pushes The Detroit Sound Forward" on Spreaker. For so many decades the sights and sounds of being a regional performer has helped shape generations of music fans and lovers. Through the evolution of fad, fashion and the internet most of us can't tell where any particular performer is from. I'd say one of the last regional displays was during the early days of Hip Hop where you had Diddy in North East, Luther in Florida and NWA pumping up the vibes in California. One place we can't leave out is the always present Detroit circuit. Kid Rock to Redd it's been a driving force that's put a lot of energy at live performances that also include DJ's. MK is one of them. His brilliant behavior on the twin spins is taking that classic Detroit sound and putting a modern dent in it's place in history. MK is on rBeatz Radio with 17.
Posted by Arroe at 4:27 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Louise Carver Accepts Change" on Spreaker. We experience it everyday. Music changes. In every direction it grows. Singer/songwriters and performers will always tell you that you can't predict the movement. The daily goal is to stay true to the journey moving forward. Louise Carver not only feels the evolution of sound moving around her but bends her path to include the depth of what's present. She's endlessly on board with the unexpected which opens her creative flow to includes the multiple genres delivered everyday. Getting to that point has required a lot of time in front of an every changing live audience. She's currently teamed up with Joe Bermudez on rBeatz Radio with the song Crazy enough. She's a Multi-award winning artist who's been a consistent presence on the South African Top 40 since 1996. That's when she debuted with the single “It Don’t Matter” which reached No. 1 across South African regional and National radio.
Posted by Arroe at 3:51 AM
Monday, February 12, 2018
Listen to "Derek Thompson Hit Makers" on Spreaker. As "Atlantic" Senior Editor DEREK THOMPSON writes in HIT MAKERS: How to Succeed in an Age of Distraction - if you think a mega-hit movie, song, or app came out of nowhere to become a word-of-mouth success in today’s crowded media environment, you’re missing the real story. Applying cutting edge science to stories of hits across the decades, including recent sensations, Thompson reveals how each blockbuster actually has a secret history - of power, influence, dark broadcasters, and passionate cults that turn some new products into cultural phenomena. From the dawn of impressionist art to the future of Facebook, from small Etsy designers to the origin of Star Wars, HIT MAKERS is a captivating tour through the last century of pop culture and the most valuable currency of the twenty-first century—people’s attention. Original, fascinating, and deeply entertaining, HIT MAKERS uncovers the hidden psychology of why we like what we like and reveals the economics of cultural markets that invisibly shape our lives. Shattering the sentimental myths of hit-making that dominate pop culture and business, Thompson shows quality is insufficient for success and nobody has “good taste.” Some of the most popular products in history were one bad break away from utter failure. The consumers that matter the most aren’t the early adopters but rather their friends, followers, and imitators. It may be a new world but there are some enduring truths to what audiences and consumers want. People love a familiar surprise: a product that is bold yet sneakily recognizable.
Posted by Arroe at 11:06 AM
Listen to "Brian Q Quinn From Victor Crowley" on Spreaker. Dark Sky Films has announced the official release date of VICTOR CROWLEY, the surprise fourth film in the fan-favorite Hatchet franchise. The film will be released on VOD, Digital and Blu-ray and DVD on February 6, 2018. Kept tightly under wraps for over two years, the slasher reboot unexpectedly debuted this past August. The highly anticipated release was shown in theaters across the country in October as part of the "Victor Crowley Road Show." Set a decade after the events of the series' first three films, VICTOR CROWLEY reunites Hatchet mainstays Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th 7 -X's Jason Voorhees) and Parry Shen (Better Luck Tomorrow) for an all-new, horrifying journey into the haunted, blood-drenched bayou. In 2007, over forty people were brutally torn to pieces in Louisiana's Honey Island Swamp. Over the past decade, lone survivor Andrew Yong's claims that local legend Victor Crowley was responsible for the horrific massacre have been met with great controversy, but when a twist of fate puts him back at the scene of the tragedy, Crowley is mistakenly resurrected and Yong must face the bloodthirsty ghost from his past. VICTOR CROWLEY's ensemble cast also features Laura Ortiz (2006's The Hills Have Eyes),Dave Sheridan (Scary Movie), and Brian Quinn (truTV's "Impractical Jokers"). Writer/director Adam Green proudly returns to the director's chair of his series that, upon debuting in 2007, was energetically touted as a return to "old school American horror," and whose maniacal fan-favorite villain quickly secured a place among slasher royalty.
Posted by Arroe at 9:46 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Anggun Talks Lyrics And Beats" on Spreaker. Yeah we get it. Time moves pretty quickly. It's extremely difficult to measure the distance we've traveled in such a short amount of space. Then again look at where the world of music was standing barely twenty years ago. It was about getting the latest CD's into the hands of fans and followers. Then the internet with music swapping changed the entire path singers, songwriters and performers depended on to keep their personal lives financed. Anggun has been an active participant and still believes a faithful connection is present. She calls it harmony. The elements that make music a moment is a treasured arrival. She's a huge feature on rBeatz Radio with the song What We Remember.
Posted by Arroe at 5:36 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Sabrina Carpenter Is All About Her Fans" on Spreaker. With so many styles and fashions available for fans and followers to support the difficult part of the process is how the artist can maintain the nearly hard to reach connection. Is it the lyrics, the beats, the Tweets or the photos on Instagram that pushes the separate sides together? For Sabrina Carpenter is making sure that no matter where she travels she spends a lot of face to face time with those purchasing the music and tickets. Her fan base has officially been dubbed the Carpenters and their strength is extremely impressive to the point where some will jump into the car and spend the next ten hours getting to the stage that'll soon be presenting the music. Sabrina Carpenter is all over rBeatz Radio. She's teamed up with Lost Kings to release First Love.
Posted by Arroe at 4:07 AM
Friday, February 9, 2018
Listen to "Bryan Ferry From Roxy Music" on Spreaker. Every so often an album comes along that changes not just the rules but the game, opening new possibilities for music. In America in the late 1960s, The Velvet Underground & Nico was one such record. And in Britain, released on June 16, 1972, the self-titled debut album by Roxy Music would be another. From the first lines of the opening track, “Re-Make/Re-Model” -- “I tried, but I could not find a way, looking back all I did was look away” -- to the final “Should make the cognoscenti think” lyric of the closing song, “Bitters End,” it was immediately clear that Roxy Music’s first record was an album like no other. By the time the album was released, the band had fewer than ten gigs to their name, they had no two tracks in their repertoire that were alike, and critics simply couldn’t pin down their influences. As Richard Williams said at the time in Melody Maker, “If Roxy Music go very much further, they'll be one of the great success stories of modern times.” 45 years later, with the group’s involvement, we get an opportunity to assess the album and listen as Roxy evolved and developed. The 3CD/DVD Roxy Music box set, to be released February 2 by Virgin/UMe, provides a thrilling insight into the world of Roxy Music in 1971/1972, starting with the demo tape that caught the attention of writer Richard Williams that ultimately led to their deal with EG Management and then Island Records.
Posted by Arroe at 9:58 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Nipsey Hussle Is Still An Indie" on Spreaker. One of the greatest things about today's music front is how incredibly confident the layers of vibe makers are about getting into the business as an Indie Artists. It's no longer a true performers journey to pour a ton of cash into the four walls that make up a very classy recording studio. It's fun to be there. It's probably going to give you a better than awesome sight and sound. But modern day technology creates a path of success by opening the door for writers and performers as well producers to vamp up in the privacy of their own footsteps. So what does that mean when one of the masters of Indie music signs with Atlantic Records. Nipsey Hussle knows in his soul he still that guy to look up to and toward. He's still very much in control of the layout and plan. He's all over rBeatz and OUI Global Radio with Last Time I Checc'd.
Posted by Arroe at 4:47 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Ralphi Rosario The Roots Of House" on Spreaker. There are some pretty heavy vibes circulating from the most secret corners of the House circuit. That sound is pushing itself beyond the boom makers and making itself present on the streets of everyday. Someone who's been heavily attached to its rightful place in our ears is longtime master mixer and producer Ralphi Rosario who knows the true roots of House aren't just a collection of beats but rather a roundup of soul filled vibes that continue to electrify the scene with its deep structure and these days even a more fulfilled history which makes listening to it a hearty choice of celebration. Ralphi is on rBeatz Radio with Cold.
Posted by Arroe at 4:16 AM
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Listen to "Don De Leaumont From Collins Drive" on Spreaker. Atlanta based folk rock/trio Collins Drive was born of a chance encounter that would change the lives of three musicians forever. After dishearteningly trying to put a band together, folksinger/songwriter Don de Leaumont figured his time in bands was over and was ready to continue on as a solo performer. Bassist Allison Shockley found Don’s nearly expired Craig’s List ad and reached out to him about maybe starting something. The two met for drinks and Shockley told de Leaumont that she had a great drummer in mind named Mike Satterlee. The three got together soon after to jam and the energy was nothing short of electrifying. The connection was made and Collins Drive was born. Inspired by artists such as The Band, Whiskeytown, The Allman Brothers Band, CSN, and Kevn Kinney to name a few, Collins Drive has earned themselves a steadily growing fanbase due to their live performances at such renowned Atlanta venues as Red Light Café, Moonshadow Tavern, and Smith’s Olde Bar. Collins Drive’s songs on their latest album tell stories and paint pictures of Southern living. Life through the eyes of a washed up bluesman that never got his time (Drunk on Sunday), a Chapel Hill woman waiting in the rain for her bus home (Cemetery Angel), and returning to the town where you grew up (Ghost Town) are just a few examples of this. There’s nothing complex and there are no deep, hidden meanings to these songs. They are just little slices of life put into songs that are easy to grasp on to and easy to connect with. Just give them a listen and maybe you’ll find yourself in some of these scenes and stories. Collins Drive is a band that just wants to bring their favorite kinds of music into one place and create a sound and songs that everyone can connect with at some level. Collins Drive’s songs tell stories and paint pictures of Southern living whether it is from the eyes of a washed up bluesman that never got his time to a woman waiting in the rain for her bus home. There’s nothing complex and there are no deep, hidden meanings to these songs. They are just little slices of life put into songs that are easy to grasp on to and easy to connect with. Just give them a listen and maybe you’ll find yourself in some of these scenes and stories.
Posted by Arroe at 12:11 PM
Listen to "R H Stavis Sister Of Darkness" on Spreaker. The world's only non-denominational exorcist tells her astonishing true story: a riveting chronicle of wrestling entities from infected souls, showing how pain and trauma opens us to attachment from forces that drain our energy . . . and can even destroy our humanity. As a secular exorcist, Rachel H. Stavis has cleansed thousands of tormented people, from small children and Hollywood moguls to stay-at-home moms and politicians. But for many years, the horror screenwriter and novelist denied her gift. As a little girl, she began to see "monsters" floating around her bedroom or attached to other children. Told it was only her imagination, Rachel learned to ignore the things she saw. But a series of events in adulthood forced her to acknowledge her unique ability and embrace her power to heal. Since then, Rachel has dedicated her life to helping others cast off the forces feeding off of us. Performing her services pro-bono, she quietly worked in the shadows, until she unknowingly revealed her work to a journalist, who told her story to NPR. A unique look at demonology removed from religious dogma, Sister of Darkness recounts Rachel's journey to becoming an exorcist and chronicles some of her most extreme cleansings cases, including those that put her and her clients in peril. Going deep into her world, we meet the diverse range of people she has helped-young, old, famous and not-in gripping stories of danger and sometimes sadness, that are ultimately about redemption. Rachel teaches us that there are a diverse range of "entities" surrounding us-some of these are playful or misguided, while some are dangerous and harmful. She introduces each of them and explains their power, helping us understand what is attacking and hurting us, and what we can do to protect ourselves. We may not be able to see them, but they're always there. Smoke and shadows, ghoulish features or lifelike forms, there are the demons, or what Rachel calls "entities," that float around us, or even attach themselves to our bodies, feeding off our fears and our negative energy. As the world's only nondenominational exorcist, Rachel has found herself at the crux of the spiritual crossroads of thousands of clients all of whom she's been able to save by ridding them of their spiritual baggage, and getting at the root causes of their low frequency at the same time. Stavis realized her gift as young child, but for years she pushed it away, wishing for it to disappear as her mother dismissed it as a call for attention, the lies of a schoolgirl. After years of denying her gift for communicating with the spirit world, she fearlessly turned what she once regarded as a curse into a blessing to help those in need. Stavis has cleansed thousands of tormented people, from small children to musicians, politicians, and everyone in between, quietly performing her work in obscurity, until now. In Sister of Darkness, Rachel Stavis takes us on a journey into an unseen world, describes the diverse range of entities that surround us, the Spirit Guides and Ancient Ancestors that come to her aid to reveal the root causes of your pain, and what you can do to protect yourself from creating a hospitable environment. A unique look at demonology removed from religious dogma, Sister of Darkness is the true story of Rachel's journey to becoming an exorcist. Chronicling some of her most extreme and interesting cleansings, the hows and the whys of what she does, and stories of danger and of triumph, Stavis creates a world that is at times frightening, eye-opening, and utterly enthralling. Sister of Darkness brings to light a world ruled by destruction, chaos and fear, and the woman who bravely fights to protect those who seeks her out.
Listen to "Miss Krystle Releases Revelant On Video" on Spreaker. In an age of instant access to all things music and video new ideas never get old. Miss Krystle takes her song Revelant to a higher atmosphere of transition. Putting this video out there required some elbow grease and long nights. The kind of stuff that fans and followers never truly get to experience unless you're sitting down to have a conversation with Miss Krystle who takes us deep behind the scenes with the physical layout of the video and how it's inspired her to walk a new path of keeping those who've backed her up more in touch with the process and journey.
Posted by Arroe at 9:04 AM
Listen to "Tom Hunt Killer Choice" on Spreaker. Acquired by Berkley in a two-book deal, KILLER CHOICE has earned praise from Lee Child and William Landay (Defending Jacob); stellar pre-publication reviews; and multiple comparisons to Harlan Coben, Joseph Finder, and Mary Kubica. Hunt, an award-winning ad copywriter living in NYC, wrote the novel after reading a newspaper article about a sick girl who needed experimental surgery, and her family’s desperate attempt to raise the money. In KILLER CHOICE, Gary Foster’s wife, Beth, is gravely ill, in need of cancer treatment they can’t afford. But just as Beth’s time is running out, a strange man approaches Gary and offers the money he needs, on one condition—he kill someone, no questions asked. “This outstanding domestic suspense debut by an award-winning advertising copywriter is at once complex and direct. . . . readers are craftily put in the position of considering what extremes they would go to in the same hopeless situation. . . . Recommended for fans of fast-paced thrillers that pose moral dilemmas (Lee Child, Harlan Coben, Joseph Finder). A real nail-biter.”—Booklist, STARRED Review Two weeks before Valentines’ Day, KILLER CHOICE begs the question: how far would you go for the love of your life?
Posted by Arroe at 7:36 AM
Listen to "Chad Millman From The Action Network" on Spreaker. The Super Bowl is the most popular sporting event in America, not to mention the most bet-on event of the year. Wagers of all kind dominate the conversation among hardcore fans and casual spectators who just want to enjoy the party. This year the topic of betting takes on added urgency as the Supreme Court is poised to legalize sports gambling in the spring. Former ESPN personality Chad Millman is one of the nation’s leading experts on sports betting. In addition to being a regular contributor for many ESPN programs, Chad spearheaded gambling coverage for the network. He hosted the popular podcast “Behind the Bets,” and his new betting podcast “The Buffet” debuted at number two on the iTunes sports charts. He also wrote several best-selling books including The Odds, about a trio of Vegas bookmakers and professional gamblers. (He also wrote They Call Me Baba Booey, the best-selling biography of Howard Stern Show producer, Gary Dell’Abate.) Chad’s latest endeavor is The Action Network, a new service that delivers premium content and analytics for sports betting fans.
Posted by Arroe at 7:04 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Timmy Trumpet Keeps True" on Spreaker. At the age of four the trumpet was handed down to yet another generation. Timmy's father and grandfather were both incredible attractions on live stages. What makes Timmy Trumpet stand out is his way of taking his passion for dance and allowing real instruments breathe inside the realms of digital delivery. He's all over rBeatz Radio and OUI Global Radio with Deja Vu.
Posted by Arroe at 4:52 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Lost Kings Create With Sabrina Carpenter" on Spreaker. I love it when artists cross the lines of sound and collaborate with other forces of nature. For the two guys that make up Lost Kings the opportunity came up to create with super voice Sabrina Carpenter. The song was already in the works but it was missing something exciting and memorable which totally opened the door for Sabrina to step through. Their latest song on rBeatz Radio is First Love.
Posted by Arroe at 4:17 AM
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Listen to "John Oates Releases Arkansas" on Spreaker. John Oates is one half of the best-selling duo of all time, Hall & Oates, as well as an accomplished solo artist. A member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame, Oates has recorded six solo albums and the 2015 DVD docu-concert Another Good Road. His seventh project, Arkansas, will be released Feb. 2 on Thirty Tigers. Influenced by R&B and folk music while growing up near Philadelphia, Oates was honored as a BMI Icon in 2008. In 2016, Hall & Oates received a star on the Hollywood of Fame. In addition to his solo shows, Oates continues to tour with Daryl Hall, playing sold-out concerts around the world. St. Martin's Press released the hardcover of Oates' memoir, Change of Seasons, in March 2017; the paperback will be released in 2018. Oates resides in Nashville.
Posted by Arroe at 10:14 AM
Monday, February 5, 2018
Listen to "Colleen Kelly Alexander Gratitude In Motion" on Spreaker. It was a beautiful fall day in Connecticut when Colleen Alexander, a lifelong competitive athlete, rode her bike home from work, having just learned her job with the nonprofit PeaceJam was secure. She had survived a diagnosis of lupus and brain surgery that almost took her life, and was married at last to the love of her life, Sean. Life was good as she met the eyes of a truck driver rolling up to the stop sign beside her. He didn't stop. The truck hit Colleen, running over her lower body with front and back tires and dragging her across the pavement. As she bled out in the street, nearby strangers surrounded. A former EMT herself, Colleen knew she had to stay awake. "I've just been reconnected with my soulmate," she told the medic. "We want to have a baby. I can't die now. Please don't let me die." Colleen spent five weeks in a coma and had 29 surgeries. But she survived, and despite losing her job and suffering from PTSD, she began to focus on all the heroes who saved her life. Determined to find a way to make something positive from her pain, she decided she'd run again. She would dedicate her race medals to her heroes, including the multitude of medical staff that aided in her survival. Since the trauma, Colleen has run 50 races and completed 40 triathlons, including 4 half-Ironman events (1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike ride, 13.1-mile run). She is now a spokesperson for the Red Cross, and shares her incredible inspirational story to encourage others to take that first step forward. Colleen Kelly Alexander is a lifelong athlete and motivational speaker. With her indomitable spirit and amazing story of survival, Colleen teaches others how to aim higher, be stronger, and use adversity as a catalyst to make themselves and the world better. She was the executive director of the Common Ground Youth Center in Vermont for eight years, and a regional program manager for PeaceJam, where Nobel Peace Prize laureates mentor youth. She has also worked for, volunteered for, and is heavily involved with the Red Cross. She lives in a New England coastal town with her husband and their three dogs and cat. Find out more at Colleenkellyalexander.com, Facebook/ColleenKellyA or on Twitter @ColleenKellyAl.
Posted by Arroe at 8:04 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update DVBBS Sets The Tone" on Spreaker. When you travel the world it affects your creative accent. The two guys that make up the super DJ duo DVBBS makes it a point to bring their vibes to life in the places where they locate down time. Each city carries with it a separate vibe. Amsterdam is usually pretty hard hitting. DVBBS is all over rBeatz and OUI Global radio with Pyramids.
Posted by Arroe at 7:21 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Alan Walker Getting Into Music" on Spreaker. YouTube has played a huge role in what's shaped our culture since it's introduction on February 14 2005. In thirteen years it's been a huge place for entertainment as well as inspiration for film producers, musicians and festival DJ's like Alan Walker. As for what message he's carrying forward to those who'll create in the days and years ahead "Never forget we all start with nothing." Alan's on rBeatz Radio with All Falls Down.
Posted by Arroe at 7:02 AM
Friday, February 2, 2018
Listen to "Michael Kosta From The Daily Show" on Spreaker. This man knows how to play the entertainment game. Not only as a performer but he's deeply dug his creative slippers into the writing carpet. But with being on the Daily Show, working up some funny lines for Comedy Central specials, touring the nation as a stand up and hosting a Podcast... How is he able to keep it separated? Or do the separate lines of expression somehow tie in together? Can a single person be four different funny people in one body? No wonder he's 6'4''!
Posted by Arroe at 12:59 PM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Black Coffee Talks House Music" on Spreaker. House Music... Is it the new age Universal Language? Every corner of the planet has it's place of sound and the majority of it is linked to the depths and history of House. Black Coffee is a leading exporter of the mixes in South Africa. His influences all came from what was pouring through the airwaves. Radio played a huge role in his musical birth. Black Coffee is all over rBeatz and OUI Global Radio.
Posted by Arroe at 4:10 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Clean Bandit Talks Videos" on Spreaker. In every level of reaching fans and followers the sounds you make have also got to make a connection through what we see. Clean Bandit came clean about how their rBeatz Radio song I Miss You was brought through the power of thought and materialized in a way that invites viewers to travel with them through different dimensions.
Posted by Arroe at 3:50 AM
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Listen to "Maggie Hadleigh West From Sick 2 Death" on Spreaker. Over the course of her career, Maggie Hadleigh-West has been internationally recognized as an activist, independent filmmaker, public speaker and the founder of YoMaggie Productions, LLC. She has been writing, directing and producing in film and television since 1991. Her work is often considered to be controversial, provocative, radical and irreverent. Through her company and the mediums of film, television, and public speaking, Maggie focuses on developing social justice projects related to various forms of “violence”, which have been previously unrecognized or under-examined. To learn more about this project, visit http://sick2death.com/
Posted by Arroe at 8:13 AM
Listen to "Kevin Haley From Norton Security" on Spreaker. When it comes to cybersecurity, consumers are overconfident in their security prowess, leaving them vulnerable and enabling cyber criminals to up the ante this year, which has resulted in record attacks. 143 million Americans were affected by cybercrime in 2017. This is more than half the US adult online population. Why does this keep happening? ·Shocking stats from Symantec’s 2017 Norton Cyber Security Insights Report (NCSIR) including: oHackers have stolen $172 billion from 978 million consumers in 20 countries in the past year o81% of U.S. consumers believe cybercrime should be treated as a criminal act. However, when pressed, contradictions emerged. Nearly one in four believe stealing information online was not as bad as stealing property in ‘real life.’ o39% lost trust in social media platforms to manage their data and personal information ·Three common traits cyber crime victims share ·Simple steps for keeping your information safe
Posted by Arroe at 7:34 AM
Listen to "Brad Bestelink From Savage Kingdom Uprising" on Spreaker. Emmy-nominated actor Charles Dance (“Game of Thrones”) returns to narrate Savage Kingdom: Uprising, a rare look at warring animal clans battling for survival in a remote region of Africa that is drying up after years of flood-soaked abundance. The winners are rewarded with the richest hunting grounds in the kingdom, while the losers are fated to exile … or even death. “When we introduced the world to the Savage Kingdom last year, it was our version of a real-life ‘Game of Thrones’ that pushed serialized dramatic storytelling in this genre to the next level,” said Geoff Daniels, executive vice president and general manager, Nat Geo WILD. “No spoilers, but rest assured the new season is as visually stunning, intimate and intense as anything we have ever done.” Savage Kingdom: Uprising returns to the remote wilderness of Africa to delve deeper into the individual characters and reveals the life and death decisions that drive survival in their ruthless and unpredictable world. The story continues as sons plot to overthrow fathers, clans seek revenge on their enemies and new arrivals enter the Savage Kingdom to stake their claim. Will the aging lion king Sekekama hold on to his bloody crown? Has the leopard prince Neo inherited enough talent from his mother to survive? How will the lions of the Northern Pride wreak their revenge on queen Matsumi? Leaders will rise and factions will fall. No one is safe in the Savage Kingdom.
Posted by Arroe at 6:13 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Kristine W Returns With Star" on Spreaker. You know the music scene is going to be perfectly ripe for clubs and listening when Kristine W returns with a new collection of extremely attractive songs. This process includes multiple layers of well qualified writers and producers. The next step for this 16 time Billboard #1 artist is to put it on a stage. Kristine W is all over rBeatz Radio with Stars.
Posted by Arroe at 4:23 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Zhu Method Behind The Music" on Spreaker. As of late I've heard a lot about how the world of creative energy is trying to get back to the mystery a child discovers. It's that moment of oh wow. Once there the connection with new fans and followers reaches a newer level of performance. Zhu is wholeheartedly traveling this space without having to race to a destination. All this while remaining true to his identity not being that of importance. As he says, "People don't need to know what you look like." He's on rBeatz Radio and OUI Global Radio with Working For It.
Posted by Arroe at 4:02 AM