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  • Our interview with Johnny Mac Jr. @johnnymacjr

    in Music

    Meet JohnnyMac Jr., Born and raised in New Jersey.  He started rapping at the age of 13 for fun and when he turned 18 he started to take it seriously. itunes, link https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/excuse-me-feat.-blvz-single/id970330209 .  "I do everything my self from producing promotion and all. Shoutout to all my fans that support me, you guys are the ones who make me keep going." RPK http://www.reverbnation.com/rpk/JohnnyMacJR #SoundCloud  https://soundcloud.com/johnnymac_jr #Twitter            https://twitter.com/JohnnyMac_JR #instagram      http://instagram.com/jklenkz #youtube          https://www.youtube.com/user/dopeboyfresh0522 #FaceBook      https://www.facebook.com/pages/Johnnymacjr/733362936675115?ref=hl #ReverbNation  https://www.reverbnation.com/JohnnyMacJR #SpinRilla          https://spinrilla.com/artists/JohnnyMac_JR #MywebSite        http://johnnymacjr.wix.com/johnnymacjr

  • Da B Side

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    Classic R&B with A TWIST

  • Kat's Funkaholic Radio Detroit

    in Indie Music

    Emphasis on Funk music especially Detroit, but not limited to that. Also jazz & R&B. Music talk and anything dealing with the arts. Kat being a musician herself, wants to bring you her own underground radio - unheard, unsigned artists that you should be hearing or hearing more of. Featuring special call-in guest artists. Call in to say "hi" or talk about your local music scene.
    Guest Call-in# (347) 215-7591
    Every Tuesday night 5:30-6:30p est.

  • Tuesday Takeova w/ Young Xplosiv

    in Indie Music

    Royal Thieves Radio "Robbin the Industry to bring real radio back" 
    You are now tuned into Tuesday Takeova with Aleesh Diior. You never know whos going to stop by so you dont want to miss a beat ! 
    Tonights Guest - Young Xplosiv From Savannah Ga?. Puttin on for his city any way he can, From shooting videos to being in the studio all night Xplosiv is a hungry artist. Make sure you follow him on twitter @YoungXplosiv Check out his latest mixtape on Live Mixtapes http://www.livemixtapes.com/mixtapes/28741/young-xplosiv-gods-gift.html#.U-ki8Wj0i-8.twitter
    WE SUPPORT ALL INDIE MUSIC AND ANYBODY THAT SUPPORTS US PLEASE SEND YOUR MUSIC IN MP3 FORMAT TO MUSIC MUSIC@ROYALTHIEVESRADIO.COM OR RTHIEVESRADIO@GMAIL.COM
    WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE MY INDIE PICK OF THE MONTH PLEASE SEND BIO/VIDEO TO ALEESH.DIIOR@GMAIL.COM SUBJECT " INDIE PICK OF THE MONTH"
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  • hr1: James Robert Webb Americana / Hr2: Tony West of Blacklist Union Street Rock

    in Rock Music

    Hr1: Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Americana Singer Songwriter: James Robert Webb
    www.jamesrobertwebb.com James is a Nashville recording artist and rising singer-songwriter. Not only does he sing and write, he plays multiple instruments including piano, guitar and drums
    This hour is Sponsored by KorePR, Media & Public Relations www.korepr.com
    Hr2: Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Tony West of the Metal Rock band, Blacklist Union to the Show. 
    www.blacklistunion.com Los Angeles hard rockers Blacklist Union are back with their 4th CD entitled ‘Back To Momo!’ Hailed worldwide as the next big rock band, Blacklist Union have 13 blistering tracks written by Tony West and Todd Youth, two of rock n’ roll’s most controversial outlaws in 2015. You are guaranteed inspiration with this brand of street rock with songs like “Alive N Well Smack in the Middle of Hell,” “Superjaded,” and “Evil Eye.” I sat down with lead singer and founder Tony West to talk about all the exciting things that are going on with the band. Blacklist Union are clearly on their way from the street to the elite.
    This episode is sponsored by Metal Babe Mayhem www.MetalBabeMayhem.com

  • TheChrisHahnReport

    in Music

    Hello, everyone. Chris Hahn, here, and on March 4, 2015, at 4:00 P:M eastern, join in on the TheChrisHahnReport, about the music we love and the artist. Please share your input and call in on the blogcast. here at blogtalkradio.

  • Da B Side

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    Classic R&B with A TWIST

  • 'H.e.V.e.M.t.l' On The Metal Matinee

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    A.E.I.O.U Of Metal This Week On The Metal Matinee
     
    The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show! Classic 80's Underground. 'Playing The Best Of All The Rest' Hosted By Mike 'The Big Cheese'
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  • Da B Side

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    Classic R&B with A TWIST

  • Sara Phillips & Remy Gautreau Interview: Az 1 Promo Radio

    in Music

    Sara Phillips solidified her professional career as a singer, songwriter, musician, and producer on her self- titled EP album which was released in December 2013 to rave reviews. This quickly caught the attention of the 5x Grammy Award winning, multi-platinum producers, the Newton Twins. (The Newton Twins are behind the iconic album, 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.') Sara also caught the attention of Grammy nominated producer, Dorian “Doe” Moore, the man behind Nelly’s multi-platinum, double album, 'Sweat' and 'Suit'. Sara was also a featured artist on Season 3 of the 'X Factor USA'.
    In 2011, Sara Phillips launched her YouTube channel, 'Sara Phillips Music'. For Sara, this was the perfect platform to display her talents to the world on a much bigger stage. She has received shinning reviews from music critics like, LabelRecruit.com, who describes Sara as a pairing of 'the voice of an angel and the look of a pop star.' Another critic, seasoned music blogger, Kate Carman of Break the Vault, calls her 'exceptional' and a 'beguiling talent bearing a commitment to hard work and an irrepressible drive'.
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    Remy Gautreau comes from a family with a deep-rooted connection to music. A little over 8 years ago Remy picked up the guitar and began his own journey, eventually developing his skills as a guitarist, vocalist, pianist, and songwriter. At age 18 he released his first self-produced, full-length album “1,001 Love Songs”, and has continued to perform throughout Westchester, upstate New York, and NYC. His musical influences are extremely vast, ranging from old-school artists like Sam Cooke, the Beatles, to modern day acts like John Mayer, Justin Bieber, Parachute, Kanye West, and Zac Brown Band. 

  • Kiler Davenport Live: Interview with James Robert Webb

    in Country Music

    James Robert Webb is heads and shoulders above other country artists, and that isn’t just figurative either! At 6 foot 5 inches tall, the phrase holds true literally as well.
    With all that height, one would have expected Webb to be pursuing some sort of athletic career, but music had a greater calling on his life. Growing up in rural Oklahoma in a small town called Kellyville, Webb quickly started experimenting with music. At 7, he began to teach himself how to play piano. In his teens, he added guitar to his instrumental repertoire. He learned both instruments by ear, giving him the skills necessary to excel at jazz music later on, becoming an Oklahoma All-State Jazz pianist in high school. He also applied his ear training to other improvisational genres such as Western swing.
    In 2010, Webb began to pursue songwriting. Drawing inspiration from his favorite artists, including Garth Brooks, The Rolling Stones, Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, B.B. King, Miranda Lambert, Vince Gill and more, Webb’s music gives a modern take on traditional country. He blends the best of the music genres to create a unique country flavor.
    "I listen to virtually every kind of music there is, but when it comes to country music, I am mostly moved by the traditional country music and honky tonk, as well as the vocal stylists. Garth Brooks, Ronnie Dunn, Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson, Vince Gill—these are the kinds of artists that I relate to the most. In my personal opinion, that’s what’s missing from country radio today—country music. Namely, fiddle and steel.”

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