SORT BY Relevancy
Today we will be talking about the golden days of pro wrestling to many middle aged men today. Pro wrestling of the 1970s and early 80s. Dick the Bruiser, Bobo Brazil, The Crusher, Road Warriors, Randy Savage, and a host of other sports entertainers brought us off the couch and out of our folding chairs at national guard armories all across the United States when our wrestlers came to town. Saturday morning wrestling was all the rage. Sunday afternoon wresting after church got more attnetion than pro football. Living room floors became makeshift wrestling rings and hte stuff neighborhood legends were made of back in those sweet days of innocence when we thought it was all real.
Live :Jamaica Foundation music Reggae from 1950s-1970s jamaican music from the 50s 60s 70s all great music just for the soul . great history great memories
TheAngieBowieBarnettShow featuring DONNA DESTRI and CO-host RICK HUNT kicks off at noon 12.00-12.30 pm Thursday november 20 2014 TODAY! Please join us to hear from Donna Destri and her new songs with Steve Jones and the singing and writing that keeps us all entertained.....
Lynn LaFountain has been soul transference channeling D'Hartma since the early 1970s for people throughout the world.
This type of channeling that she does is called Soul Transference. During the session, her soul trades places with an entity who no longer inhabits this plane of existence. Lynn must go into a deep state of meditation in order to allow this exchange to take place.
D'hartma's last incarnation was lived in Nepal in 968A.D. He chose to learn and grow on the other side of existence, where he moved through the dimensions to become a seventh dimensional Master Guide.
His messages to individuals help them learn to become self-empowered and master their own destinies.
Showmanship is the best description of jazz drummer Paula Hampton. The Middletown, Ohio native arrived in New York in the late 1960s and what was meant as a short visit turned into the rest of her life. Pianist Jill McManus’ Jazz Sisters hired her quickly, and Paula remained with them through the mid-1970s. She joined Sandra Reeves-Phillips on The Late Great Ladies of Jazz & Blues Europe and Africa tour. When the band returned to the U.S., Paula and pianist Lillette Jenkins stayed behind to perform in Bern, Switzerland for three weeks. Stateside, Paula joined the great Dakota Staton for 5 years. She performed from with The Hampton Family Orchestra, lead by her mother, Aletra Hampton, featuring her uncle, Slide Hampton and aunt, Dawn Hampton. With jazz pianist Bertha Hope, Paula formed Jazzberry Jam! with vocalist Pat Spann and bassist, Carline Ray. Jazzberry Jam! performed internationally for 15 years. They performed at the 1998 Child of the Sun Festival in Lakeland, Florida. The documentary film, Les Femmes du Jazz, featured Jazzberry Jam! and won the Best Documentary Award at France’s Bairritz Film Festival (FIPA) in 2000. Bertha, Paula, and Carline received the Mary Lou Williams Women In Jazz Award at Washington, D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 2005. In 2006, Jazzberry Jam! provided the live music for the well-received documentary, Been Rich All My Life, which chronicled the historically rich lives of Harlem’s famed former showgirls, The Silver Belles. The Jazz Foundation of America keeps Paula fairly busy performing and she works with other musicians as well.
Dionne Warwick sang in a gospel trio before recording her first hit songs, including "Walk on By" and "I Say a Little Prayer." After a lull in her career in the 1970s, her album Dionne (1979) sold a million copies. She went on to release the albums Heartbreaker (1982) and How Many Times Can We Say Goodbye? (1983). In 2012, Warwick celebrated her 50th anniversary in the music business with the album Now. She filed for bankruptcy the following year.
The Entertainment Celebrity Link
Born Judith Veronica Mowatt in Gordon Town, St. Andrew Parish, Jamaica. At the age of 13 Mowatt became a member of a dance troupe which toured Jamaica and other islands in the Caribbean. Her initial ambition was to become a registered nurse. Her earliest musical influences were Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Curtis Mayfield, Dionne Warwick,Bob Marley, Marcia Griffiths, The Staple Singers and The Soulettes. A coincidental meeting with two teenage girls who were earlier in her dance troupe led to the formation of the Gaylettes, in 1967.
Mowatt was associated with Bunny Wailer in the early 1970s, and wrote some of the tracks he recorded. At that time, for legal reasons, she used the names Juliann and Jean Watt
Why are so many people dying of cancer and other diseases? Are there toxic chemicals to blame? In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer, talks to Alice Shabecoff to discuss her book, Poisoned for Profit: The Toxic Assault on our Children. If you would like to learn what you can do to protect yourself and your children from these toxic assaults, stay tuned!
Alice Shabecoff is an advocate who has been working diligently to raise awareness about the dangers of the chemical use in our environment as well as inside our own homes. She educates the public about how these toxic chemicals have impacted our health and what we can do about it. Alice is the author of Poisoned for Profit: The Toxic Assault on our Children, which she co-authored with her husband, Philip. The Shabecoffs reveal that the children of baby boomers—the first to be raised in a truly "toxified" world—have higher rates of birth defects, asthma, cancer, autism and a frightening range of other neurological illnesses from ADHD to mental retardation and other serious chronic illnesses, than previous generations.
Bio: Alice Shabecoff is co-author with her husband Philip of Poisoned for Profit: The Toxic Assault on our Children. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Birth Defect Research for Children. She served in the 1970s as executive director of the National Consumers League, the country's oldest consumer organization, and in the 1980s as founder and executive director of the nonprofit Community Information Exchange, a nonprofit information service for the community development sector. As a freelance journalist, Alice's articles focusing on parent and consumer issues have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and numerous magazines and journals in the United States and overseas.
Nick Piombino is an American poet, essayist, artist and psychotherapist. He has been associate with poets from both the New York School of the 1960s and the Language Poets of the 1970s. He studied poetry in writing workshops with William S. Burroughs at City College in 1965 and at the Poetry Project with New York School poet Ted Berrigan in 1967. Piombino gave his first public poetry reading with singer-songwriter Patti Smith, at The Kitchen, in 1973.
A fixture on the New York poetry scene for decades, Piombino remained friends with both Allen Ginsberg and Jackson Mac Low until their deaths. Piombino’s many books include Boundary of Blur, Contradicta, FreeFall, and Poems. He was the recipient of the New York Foundation for Susanthe Arts Fellowship in Poetry. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife, the artist Toni Simon.
Stuart Sovatsky (AB, Ethics/Psychology, Princeton University; PhD, CIIS), was first choice to co-direct Ram Dass's "prison ashram" and first in the US to bring meditation to the homeless in the 1970s that led to being selected to the 1977 Princeton University Outstanding Alumni Careers Panel. Copresident of the premiere professional organization for spiritually-oriented psychologists in the US, the Association for Transpersonal Psychology since 1999, he was a board trustee for the California Institute of Integral Studies for 20 years and in 1999, recipient of its Most Outstanding Alumni Award 1978-2008. He has consulted with the Chair of the Association of Unaligned Nations of the World and been in private audience with the current Perfect Master of Meher Baba Sufism in India.
In 2006-08, he was initiating co-convener of the forty country World Congress on Psychology and Spirituality in Delhi, India, supported by the Office of the Dalai Lama and where BKS Iyengar, SS Ravi Shankar, Jack Kornfield and Robert Thurman keynoted.
His website is: http://home.jps.net/~stuartcs/index.html
Join Host Live Chats
- cathies DistantEchos (13 chatters)
- Ebony Empress (9 chatters)
- Trunews Radio (9 chatters)
- Pro Wrestling Torch (7 chatters)
- Journey Into Light (6 chatters)
- Audrey Russo (6 chatters)
- Real Metaphysical Talk (5 chatters)
- The Hereafter Is Now Network (5 chatters)
- The War Room (4 chatters)
- Trek Talking (4 chatters)
- TLO Ministry (3 chatters)
- TPPCTV (3 chatters)
- Its Real Talk Live (3 chatters)
- JASmius (2 chatters)
- Destruindo Fortalezas (2 chatters)
- Sandra Booker (2 chatters)
- siramediaradio (2 chatters)
- the certain ones (1 chatters)
- RevBarbara (1 chatters)
- knowurenemy (1 chatters)
- MRX OIL MONEY WELCOMES YOU ALL (1 chatters)
- My Soul (1 chatters)
- Out Of A Pure Heart (1 chatters)
- Power of Perception Radio Network (1 chatters)
- Earlene Greene (1 chatters)
- ArtSees Diner Radio (1 chatters)
- The JEWEL Network (1 chatters)
- Fan vs Fan Radio Network (1 chatters)
- We are TOPS (1 chatters)
- world finest show (1 chatters)
- Empowered By Christ (0 chatters)