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  • 02:00

    In The Mix With Doctor A.T.

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    Host & CEO: PoeEtiq
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    DeeJay: Doctor A.T.
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  • 00:41

    0066 - Nickelback

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    Nickelback's Chad Kroeger joins Roxy to about their upcoming album, Feed the Machine! The title track is available now, so check that out while you're waiting for the new record. Nickelback will be touring starting in June. Tickets are on sale now, so head over to http://www.nickelback.com/tour to get your tickets. And for all things Harddrive, hit http://www.harddriveradio.com/

  • 00:58

    The Classic Soul Music Cafe (9-18-16)

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    Weekly Music Internet Show Centered Around Classic R&B and Smooth Jazz! Featuring "Ms. Music's Jukebox Pick" and "The Slow Groove"!

  • 01:01

    DJ Ty Boogie Blend City 41

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    The Blend King Is Back With Volume 41.

  • 01:58

    Rundgren Radio with Special Guest Mutlu

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    Mutlu opened for Todd Rundgren in 2016 at the Daytona Beach concert and he has recorded a cover of "Hello It's Me".  He is the only artist besides Todd that has been a guest on Live From Daryl's House two times.
    Mutlu is a soulful, singer-songwriter. A Philadelphia native and first-generation American of Turkish descent, Mutlu has already built a substantial fan base in his hometown, while winning widespread praise for his prior releases. 
    He's collaborated and toured extensively as a support act with legendary duo Daryl Hall & John Oates and holds the distinction of having made the most guest appearances on Daryl Hall's acclaimed, award-winning TV/Internet  show "Live From Daryl's House". He's also gained considerable attention for his work with noted singer-songwriter Amos Lee, with whom he's toured extensively as a support act and backup vocalist.  He was the support act on the North American leg of Joe Jackson's acclaimed "Rain" tour and has shared stages with the likes of Adele, Katy Perry, John Hiatt, Leon Russell, the Blind Boys of Alabama, Todd Rundgren, Shuggie Otis & many more.
    Born Mutlu Onaral, he grew up steeped in Philadelphia's deep R&B traditions, eagerly absorbing the fundamentals of old-school soul music and incorporating it into his own musical persona.  His local success led to a recording deal with Manhattan/EMI Records, which released his acclaimed 2008 debut album Livin' It, produced by the late, great T-Bone Wolk, and featuring guest appearances by Daryl Hall, Amos Lee, G. Love and Raheem DeVaughn. His latest release is the Hypnotize EP which he co-produced with songwriter/producer Darius Amendolia. 

  • 01:08

    WarReport Presents Battle Rap Arena W Guest Aye Verb

    in Hip Hop Music

    back tonight with the rescheduled episode with aye verb speaking on his retirement and what his plans are for the future.

  • 00:38

    Ep. 6 Drake with Apple Music, Soulja Boy, Snoop vs Trump and Freestyle Rules

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    This episode of Debate the Music is extremely important for all artist out there! Check out the rules for the upcoming DTM Freestyle Tournament. The goal is to gain exposure. If you're a hungry, rising rapper or singer, bring on your talent!
    Drake gets $20 million from Apple Music for the More Life album. Soulja Boy is having some serious family issues. Snoop Dogg goes at Donald Trump. Very important DTM Freestyle Tournament rules. Sleeper Picks
    Milo Velour - Intergalactic https://soundcloud.com/milovelour/intergalactic
    Thr3ee Work for It https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmUFpeMzSTQ
    Be sure to follow the hosts on Twitter for more information @imjusgreatness @KingTell21

  • 00:29

    M. Maggie on Spate Radio Oct 8th speaking on news music and more

    in Hip Hop Music

    M. Maggie is a Poet and Songwriter based in NYC.Growing up around New Orleans influenced a mix of Soul, Blues and Jazz that is undeniably incorporated in each piece she writes.From playful Pop to vibey RnB and Neo soul, M Maggie brings catchy, conscious-driven lyrics with an energy that is sure to ignite your soul. We will be talking about her new project that will be dropping shortly. Tune in and get to know this great emerging artist.
    Lead singer of the Soul-Pop band MARYMAC
    Twitter: @MMaggieMiller Insta: @MMaggieMiller
    Like @ www.facebook.com/MMaggieMiller

  • 02:58

    A tribute to Kenny Aronoff

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    Tonight on the show we will be honoring the Legend  Kenny Aronoff

  • 01:20

    New York hip-hop shows post-Irving Plaza shooting, Donn T interview & your calls

    in Hip Hop Music

    The from the shooting involving rapper Troy Ave. and Irving Plaza has casued ripples throughout the New York live entertainment ecosystem. From incendiery comments by New York Police Department commissioner William Bratton, to LiveNation cancelling several subsequent concerts, trhe impression that hip-hop and violence are inextricably intertwined continues to permeate the live entertainment and law enforcement landscape in The Big Apple. We'll discuss this latest incident, Commissioner Bratton's comments, what might ACTUALLY be wrong with New York hip-hop's live music scene and what we can do to ensure that the genre and its participants can continue to provide entertainment to the vast majorty of hip-hop artists and fans who never cause or become involved with thype of behavior.
    But first, show host Manny Faces kicks it with singer/songhwriter Donn T, who is in town as part of a month-long, weekly residency at le poisson rouge, curated by longtime affiliate of The Roots, Dice Raw.
    Donn T speaks about making music at a time of joy instead of heartbreak, what it's like musically to be the sister of renowned drummer for The Roots, Questlove and what kind of project she has in the works.
    Take a listen.
    This episode of The NY Hip Hop Report is brought to you by the I Got Life residency through the month of June 2016, curated by Dice Raw (The Roots) and featuring Donn T, Black Thought, and many more. For information/tickets: http://www.birthplacemag.com/2016/05/dice-raw-le-poisson-rouge-i-got-life-residency/

  • 02:57

    Bob Marley and Oldies from the 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s

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    Bob Marley and Oldies from the 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s
    Bob Marly Earth Strong