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  • 03:41

    Welcome Steve Blaze

    in Rock Music

    This week the boys get to talk with the one and only Steve Blaze. Steve is best known for his work with the band Lillian Axe, but those of you who are truly Hard Rock n Metal heads also know Steve From his time with ANGEL and "Near Life Experience. They boys are pumped to talk with this talented musician.
    We will turn our attention to Baseball and talk about the two local terams and sum up the seasons for each so far.
    The Knicks season s over (Thank God) and we will see if we can make some sort of sense with the season ending press conference from phil jackson, and see if we can figure out where they are headed.
    The hockey play-offs are in full swing and we will update you on all of the series and break down the Rangers series (if its still going on)
    Kirk Hammett says that their album "LU LU" is one of the most important ever??? really?? That out sucked out loud, but we will try and figure out what he was talking about.
    All this and much much more on this weeks edition of the Hard rock n sports Show starting at 6:30 pm est live on blogtalkradio.com.
     

  • 00:27

    LOTL Radio Welcomes Grammy Award winning Saxophonist Kirk Whalum.CD"Lovecovers"

    in Music

    LOVECOVERS! A beautifully illustrated and expressed musical message of healing truth from preeminent and peerless jazz saxophonist Kirk Whalum arrives just in time for a world whose rhythm is more than a tad off-kilter. And at the heart of this homage to love, what else, the good news… the everlasting “Gospel” message of God’s covering and enduring love. Sync this with Kirk Whalum’s masterfully arranged and inspired saxophone reverie, a host of music’s most acclaimed instrumental talent (Paul Jackson, Jr., Chester Thompson, the late Ricky Lawson, John Stoddart, Kirk’s son Kyle, among others) and the contemporary Gospel stylings of Cedric and Victor Caldwell and you’ve got a stratospheric worship experience. And though Kirk’s matchless artistry is front and center on #LOVECOVERS, nuanced and stirring vocals abound with a stellar list of guests including Nia Allen, Ruby Camille, Donnie McClurkin, Wendy Moten, Kevin Whalum, plus Angie, BeBe, Carvin, and Debbie Winans. The album, like so many things in the journey God reveals, seemed like a simple collaboration. Gospel producers/composers/arrangers and Kirk’s personal friends Cedric and Victor Caldwell (Donnie McClurkin, Smokie Norful, CeCe Winans) had produced some covers of epic gospel songs that had not been released, and needed some additional artistry to bring them fully to life and thought Kirk was the answer. Kirk had met the Caldwells decades before at church camp the same year he met his future wife Ruby

  • 00:43

    Interview with Kelly Prescott

    in Country Music

    Ontario's Kelly Prescott recently released a great EP called Hillybilly Jewels. She\s been nominated at the 2017 CMAO Awards in the Roots Artist/Group category.
    Kelly was born into the Canadian musical dynasty known as the Browns and the Prescotts.
    Tune in to get to know Kelly and her music!

  • 02:15

    Sunday Night Live Around The World

    in Music

    It is about to go down you better tune in at 10pm EST you know what it is 

  • 00:15

    TOMMY TALTON WITH MORE ROCK

    in Music

    ?HEAR THE REST OF TOMMY TALTON'S MUSIC

  • 00:30

    Ep1 Future House Podcast by DJ AKS

    in Electronic Music

    Ep1 Future House Podcast by DJ AKS
     
    Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive (Shaun Frank Remix) GTA & Wax Motif - Get It All The Sneekers - Ghetto Superstar Pep & Rash, Shermanology - Sugar Leopard Disco - I Cheated On U LDN Noise & Pretty Sister - Tears Nora En Pure - On The Beach Bob Sinclar - Someone Who Needs Me Kungs & Cookin On 3 Burners - This Girl Tom Bull Ft. Bianca - Take It All Volac & Illusionize - In A Club

  • 02:59

    MUSIC CRUSH MONDAYS

    in Music

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  • 00:41
  • 02:15

    Recap of Somebody Gotta Die

    in Hip Hop Music

    April, PK and Boatshoe Holly recap Street Report's 4/23/17 card Somebody Gotta Die, talk STL/KC rilvary, will STL vs Chicago ever happen and more!

  • 01:40

    MICHAEL HENDERSON / RENA SCOTT - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - THUR, APR 20, 2017 - 7PM

    in Music

    Michael Henderson (born 1951) is an American bass guitarist and vocalist best known for his bass playing with Miles Davis in the early 1970s, on early fusion albums such as Jack Johnson, Live-Evil, and Agharta, as well as series of R&B/soul hits, particularly the Norman Connors produced hit, You Are My Starship in 1976 and other songs in the mid to late 1970s.
     
    He was one of the first notable bass guitarists of the fusion era as well as being one of the most influential jazz and soul musicians of the past 40 years. In addition to Davis, he has played and recorded with Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, the Dramatics, Doctor John, among many others. Henderson was bass guitarists based in Detroit, along with Bob Babbitt and his primary influence, James Jamerson.
     
    Before working with Davis, Henderson had been touring with Stevie Wonder, whom he met at the Regal Theater in Chicago while warming up for a gig. Davis saw the young Henderson performing at the Copacabana in New York City in early 1970 and reportedly said to Wonder simply "I’m taking your fucking bassist." After almost seven years with Davis, Henderson focused on songwriting and singing in a solo career that produced many hit songs and albums for Buddah Records until his retirement in 1986. Although known primarily for ballads, he was an influential funk player whose riffs and songs have been widely covered. His solo recordings have sold well over one million albums.[citation needed] A track titled "Wide Receiver" on an album of the same name is highly favored by breakdancers. The album, along with others, was reissued in 2015. He is also known for his ballad vocalizing on several Norman Connors hit recordings, including "You Are My Starship" and "Valentine Love", performed with Jean Carn.

  • 01:58

    GOD'S GIFT

    in Music

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