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Dolly chats with Country music singer Josh Thompson
Tonight pop art painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Country, Country/Pop Singer/Songer Writer Ashely Matte to the show:
Ashley Matte will be discusing her crowdfunding campaign for her new album.
Ashley’s humor, grace, and connection to fans are evident at every show. Ashley’s music is greatly poetic and is inspired by the soulful influence of her Southern roots. Her lyrics are deeply personal yet fused with meaning for the audience. While listening to a song, one cannot help but wonder whether Ashley has penned the lyrics to a bit of ones own history. Nashville tradition, coffeehouse intimacy, and intricate guitar riffs are all trademarks of Ashley Matte. Anyone who loves a passionate voice and converging musical influences will be instantly pleased.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Country Singer/Songwriter to the show!
LA-based singer/songwriter/producer, Tom MacLear, whose legendary ability to create a “great hook” with a powerful lyric and a sweet melody, puts his new, very personal work on display, Sunday, June 7th at The Mint, 8 pm. A new CD, Tom MacLear & Friends features the debut of the 2015 radio release single, Unapproachable along with 11 of his best songs from four previous CDs created under MacLear’s 'New Nashville' signature project that launched in 2010. Unapproachable marks MacLear’s first solo lead vocal in almost eight years, as his previous songs featured lead vocals by guest artists.
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Nashville based country artist Sarah Gayle Meech chats with Big Blend Radio hosts about 'Tennessee Love Song', the follow-up to her debut album 'One Good Thing'. With a high-caliber cast of pickers and a talent for traditional songwriting, she’s been keeping the honky-tonk spirit alive in Music City. Sarah Gayle holds residencies at famed Robert’s Western World and Layla’s Bluegrass Inn, recently won the 2015 Best Outlaw Female Ameripolitan Award, has a song and performance featured on ABC’s 'Nashville', and has songs featured on hit FX TV series 'Justified.' Keep up with her at www.SarahGayleMeech.com.
This interview originally aired on May 31, 2015 on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays show, that broadcasted live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
Tonight Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Country Singer/Songerwriter Doug Briney!
Doug Briney embodies all things country: His personality is warm and inviting, some would say down-to-earth, recalling the disposition of many a Southern Gentleman from yesteryear. With a 2013 Independent Country Music Association Award, eight months on the Roots Music Report charts, international airplay and live performances at CMA Fest, Rodeo Alaska, The Iditarod, The Grinder’s Switch Hour, Alaska State Fair, and Dan McGuiness’ on Music Row, among countless others, this God-fearing road warrior, with the warm baritone voice and love for all things southern, has released his aptly titled Super Country Cowboy. On this album, Doug has created a tasteful blend of yesterday's traditional country roots and today's radio-friendly contemporary sounds, to invoke all the best that is American: Love of God, Family and the US of A.
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Ty Shwortzz was born and raised in ONT, Canada.
From the very moment Ty could talk, music was a huge part of her life. Her father was a singer/keyboardist in the band "Back to Back" and she often went to his shows and practices.
Learning to play the Keyboard at the age of 4, she began to enjoy entertaining, even if it was just in the living room of her family home, often putting shows together for Mom and Dad and the odd family friend.
At the age of seven, she began performing in talent competitions and karaoke parties. At the age of 13, Ty began writing music and poetry.
In 2011, Ty had the opportunity to write a verse to a song for a contest, which consisted of a music video and recording session. The people who wrote the best verses became a part of the project titled "The Lean on Me Project" .
While presenting her part for the contest, another hopeful singer "Li'l Crunk", noticed her and offered to work together to create a single which would later be known as "Yeah Right". Ty was given an instrumental piece; she wrote the lyrics to it and provided lead and backup vocals.
2011 was also a big year for Ty as she performed on Canada D'EH in front of an estimated crowd of 3000. This was the first time performing her own piece from the previous contest! She also performed at an outreach for hunger event and played some of her original pieces for Jack Laytons’ Cancer Benefit.
In March, 2015, she was interviewed on "Brian The Hammer Show", which airs in L.A., with many interviews all over the world to follow as well as some overseas.
Ty will also be working together with singer/songwriter Melanie Warner (cousin of Patsy Cline).
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Join Justin and Vicki as they chat with special guests Mandy Loftis and Angie Tibbitts-Johnson of GateKeeper Paranormal. They are members of the resident investigative team at Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky. Justin, Vicki and Cara (from Southeast Paranormal Investigation and Research Team of PA) had a chance to spend some time in this great location last week. It was the first stop on a haunted KY tour! Tonight they will discuss this great location, their visit and the ladies will fill everyone in on the amazing history of this building and the town.
Here’s what Anthony Anglorus, our guest, had to say about his book, The Prince of Prigs.
“Writing this tale was an utter joy, but I had a problem. Two, actually. One, the start of the book must catch the reader's eye.
There is nothing especially fascinating about a teenager arguing with his father and leaving home even in the seventeenth century, so I elected to start the book sixteen years later. Two, by starting at this point, I was rejecting a lot of fascinating stories, and to make matters worse, eight months later he left the country to fight abroad, and there is little information about this later period.
So I wrote his tale covering the eight months, and then hit a problem; it was way too short. However, history was roiling around him in this period, so I decided to show some of the events which coloured his actions. In doing so, General Thomas Lord Fairfax caught my eye and I researched him before weaving him into the tale. But the story still lacked depth and a proper conclusion. So I introduced Zachary Howard, weaving his tale around the existing story, and because of some of his actions, I was able to create a totally fictitious but utterly satisfying conclusion to the book.”
What a storyteller! Want more? Then visit Anthony at: http://www.anglorus.com/.
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Sister Jenna welcomes Maryum Ali to the America Meditating Radio Show! Maryum Ali, affectionately known as “May May,” is the eldest of Muhammad Ali’s nine children. As a little girl, her father asked her what she thought her purpose in life was and she replied, “I want to help people.” Maryum’s efforts to help people have manifested in a myriad of ways throughout her life.
Maryum performed as a stand-up comedian for twelve years in venues across the country filling rooms with humor and insightful observations of social issues. She has written rap music, released a rap album, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Social Work, and has 15 years of experience in delinquency prevention and family development.
Maryum is also the author of a children’s picture book about her father titled, “I Shook Up the World: The Incredible Life of Muhammad Ali,” and she is a spokesperson for Team Parkinson and The Parkinson’s Unity Walk. She is currently seeking private funding for the non-profit organization, DMTL, a gang prevention and youth development program that she co-founded with Nason Buchanan. Over the years, Maryum has appeared on many television networks including CNN, MSNBC, ABC, and BET, to name a few. Visit www.MaryumAli.com
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The son of Nashville wrestling promoter Jerry Jarrett, Double J began his career as a referee, and was introduced to WWE audiences in 1993 as an obnoxious country singer, Double J draped himself in garish, light up clothing and capped off all his interviews by spelling out his full name and asking, “Ain’t I great?” His shtick could be grating, but his success was undeniable as he wrestled the Intercontinental Title away from Razor Ramon on more than one occasion.
Jarrett’s musician act unraveled when it was revealed that The Roadie (who would later gain his own fame as Road Dogg) had performed the vocals on Double J’s “hit” song “With My Baby Tonight.” The humiliation sent Jarrett running to WCW where he would act as both a Four Horseman and a Four Horseman turncoat during a year with the company.
Jarrett’s reinvention as a tough, Southern villain during WWE’s “Attitude Era” has largely been forgotten — although a partnership with Owen Hart was as entertaining as it was successful — but he had a run of luck with the persona in WCW. Double J didn’t make it back to WWE after the 2001 buyout of WCW — in fact, he was publicly fired by Mr. McMahon on the final Raw before WrestleMania X-Seven. But Jarrett continues to play an influential role in sports-entertainment as both a promoter and a persona to this day. Creating TNA Wrestling with his father Jerry and then most recently Global Force Wrestling with his wife Karen. We discuss all this and so much more tonight.