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This week on MHH Radio we will have Austin Lucas on to talk about his new album Stay Reckless, and maybe a little about last weekend at Muddy Roots.
Raised in the backwoods country of Monroe County, Indiana, Austin Lucas was born into a folk and bluegrass lineage. His father, Bob Lucas, is an accomplished musician and performer in his own right, having earned songwriting credits on two of Allison Krauss’ albums. Learning to harmonize before learning to read, Lucas honed his vocal control as a member of the nationally-acclaimed Indiana University Children’s Choir. In a narrative as well-worn as it is true, Lucas rebelled against his upbringing, leaving his Americana roots for the catharsis of punk rock. After the better part of a decade spent criss-crossing the globe with a series of bands in broken-down vans, Lucas hit a musical glass-ceiling, eventually finding respite for his ringing ears in the delicacy of traditional songcraft.
Today, Six Eyes and Dave Tolliver talk music industry. for Jay King - don't miss this experience....
Jay King is an expert in the business of music who has worked in many capacities from management to actual performing artist. tune in every Monday & Wednesday as he navigates you thru the unpredictable business we call music. www.thejaykingnetwork.com or listen by phone 347-205-9366 7-9pm pst
In this week’s episode of Straight Outta Austin! we had our sophomore attempt at a live broadcast and it was pretty damn entertaining. Thankfully we have all of that podcasty goodness available for your listening pleasure. There were plenty of shenanigans to be had. We talked a little Tony Jaa and his boneless Ong Bak sequel, there was some Rocket Raccoon/Bradley Cooper action to be had and we learned a valuable less about why you should cut up your food before you eat it. You can listen LIVE every Monday @ 11PM Central on Mixlr.com/ptwor or here onPunchingthewallsofreality.com!
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Sign Guy's Wrestling Show is extremely proud to bring to you for the first time, Austin James. This former member of The High Rollers performed in a large number of companies both as a singles competitor as well as a number of memorable tag teams. He's wrestled a ton of top names and held numerous titles. To this day, Sign Guy wears his Austin James t-shirt with pride. Find out what he's doing since his retirement from the ring and learn all about his long career in the wrestling buisness.
Host Julian Carter invites you enter "The Green-Zone" where you'll find all things regarding the New York Jets.
Today Julian and co-host Dennis Agapito (JetNation.com) are joined by Jets starting right tackle Austin Howard (@AustinHoward68) to discuss his rise from the Ravens practice squad to second year starter with the Jets along with the team's upcoming game against the Atlanta Falcons.
We'll also be talking with New York sports talk radio (WFAN) Jets beat reporter Chris Lopresti (@CLoprestiWFAN) about the return of running back Mike Goodson, the status of receiver Santonio Holmes and the Jets next game with the Falcons.
Phone lines will be open so call in 646-200-0622 and talk about our New York Jets.
Grow Beautiful English Roses
For spring 2014, David Austin Roses of Shropshire, U.K. introduces five exquisite English Roses to North American gardeners. The roses represent a diverse offering, ranging from the deep crimson, fully-double flowers of ‘Heathcliff’ to the spare, airy apricot-hued flowers of ‘The Lark Ascending’. Each hybrid has a compelling list of attractive attributes and carries its own story. David Austin’s senior rosarian Michael Marriott joins us to talk about these lovely new roses and will also share care and maintenance tips for growing English Roses in your own garden.
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About Rose Chat
Join us each week for the Rose Chat Podcast. This top rated gardening podcast explores the different aspects of roses. With topics ranging from where to plant roses, how to select roses for your garden as well as how to maintain them to achieve the garden of your dreams. You'll hear from the world's foremost authorities on growing roses, top authors and poets as well as take a look at roses in art, literature and history. Hosted by award winning rosarians Chris VanCleave and Teresa Byington, each of whom bring a unique perspective to the wide world of roses.
Fatigue and absurdity give birth to ridiculousness in this wacky episode of Straight Outta Austin! One day you may comprehend it’s meaning, until then… For more from the Austin! crew, check out http://punchingthewallsofreality.com, follow on Twitter @PtWoR and give us a 'like' at http://facebook.com/punchingthewallsofreality
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Dave Tolliver on Love, Life, Relationships, Fatherhood, & Responsibilities Of A Parent* Blaqpavarotti
Men At Large discovered by the late great Gerald Levert are the last of a dying breed! In 1992 Men At Large shocked the world with its self titled debut on the Atlantic Records label. Their first single "Use Me" became an instant radio hit inspiring B.E.T, to use it for a station jingle. They would go on to release 4 more singles from the cd. "You Me", "Umm Umm Good", "Would You Like to Dance", and the RnB Classic "So Alone" which made Billboard Hot 100 list and was radio's #1 song of the year in 1993. Traveling the world with its other 90's cohorts (Rude Boys, Shai, Silk, H-Town, Levert II, Next, etc) they would leave each city with the reputation of being "Show Stoppers!"
It didn't stop there in 1994 they released "One Size Fits All" gaining less success as the first but still garnering critical acclaim. Releasing 2 singles "Let's Talk About It" and "Holiday" top 10 and 20 respectively they continued to shock the world town by town. Being bred by Eddie and Gerald Levert gave these 2 an obvious advantage. As time moved on the duo would sever ties with the Levert camp only to find the next chapters not as plentiful as the beginning. Still riding off the success of its first 2 records the boys would continue to ride the rails of success as the people just couldn't get enough of the boys. In 1999 and 2007 they released "Love Struggle and Progress" and "Back on Top" doing mediocre numbers but plentiful on an independent level winning best group awards and independent video of the year nominations, only to lose to the great Kenny Rogers. As well as singing the men have appeared in over 23 stage plays, 7 movies and a host of judging, and hosting appearances across the country.
In this week’s episode of Straight Outta Austin! Agamemnon rages about Netflix and the loss of his beloved X-Men: The Animated Series! We also talk about our non-existent excitement for Machete Kills and our actual excitement for Thor: The Dark World! We prep for season 6 of Sons of Anarchy and Prometheus challenges Damon Lindelof to a boxing match! For more, check out http://punchingthewallsofreality.com
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How many times have you heard this from a meeting planner: “We don’t pay speakers”? Not only that, but many meeting planners don’t pay any expenses, and some even ask you to pay admission to the conference itself. Facing the difficult landscape of today’s marketplace, speakers are faced with two options: give up speaking or find another way to make money from it.
In this episode Julie Austin, Speaker Sponsor, will share how her business works with speakers to insure they are compensated for their time speaking to large gatherings. So tune in and learn how to stop speaking for free!
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