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This week on The Road To Midian we bring you a show devoted to Dustin Mills' newest film 'THE BALLAD OF SKINLESS PETE'. We will go through the production from conception, pre & post production, and finally it's release to an enormously well received release. We'll go over just how Dustin came up with the fantastic effects in the film, among many other aspects. Who knows, maybe we'll have some surprise callers tonight as well. This is the Red Flag Nation where no subject is taboo, and censorship has no dominion. Oh, and #spiderclown.
Join Holly Stephey As she introduces THE INDIE CAFE with Spencer Drate & Judith Salavetz.THE INDIE CAFE Hosted by Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz on the Red Velvet Media Blogtalkradio show will appear once a Month with some cool guests that will be sure to bring Pop Culture to a new level... "Spencer and Judith are award-winning creative directors/designers/authors-album and 45 sleeve designers for the famous in music including 12 inductees in The Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame and more also authors of 21 pop-culture visually driven books and their design has been displayed in major museums."
This is a Must hear Interview! "Holly Stephey"
"When he was starting 15 years ago,I was struck by the strength and visceral quality of Jo's paintings.Jo is a real unusual,interesting and talented artist in music and art." - Peter Gabriel. JOSEPH ARTHUR (Artist,Musician,Poet) was discovered by Peter Gabriel in the mid nineties. Since then,Arthur has released,10 full length studio albums and 11 LP's with music from his extensive and critically acclaimed catalog being used in such popular television series as Dawson's Creek,The OC,Grey's Anatomy, Scrubs,HBO's Hung and True Blood as well as the films Shrek 2,The Bourne Identity, Hell's kitchen and the American Pie Trilogy. Arthur sells his Art on his Virtual Gallery "MOMAR" (Museum of Modern Arthur) online. His painting and artwork has been showcased in many galleries and he has appeared numerous times on major television shows,most recently on Jay Leno and David Letterman. Joseph also recently performed at WOMAD in the UK and his latest album release is "The Ballad of Boogie Christ" available on 12" Vinyl and CD. Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz call Joseph "A Visionary Genius."
JOIN the LIONS as WE discuss KHALID and MALCOLM and the Ballad of a DEAD Soldier! The LIONS will look into the MINDS of Khalid Muhammad and Malcolm X. What can WE learn from their life and death? What were their mistakes? What were their Triumphs? What legacy did they leave US? Were they HYPOCRITES?
TUNE IN TONIGHT and DECIDE for yourself!
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Lorraina Marro has made her mark as a classy, sophisticated and talented jazz vocalist, who is passionate about her music and committed to interpreting songs in her own style. Her live performances display her joy in singing, her charm, warm sense of humor and genuine connection with her audience. Her own life experiences help breathe life into the lyrics she sings, whether it be a ballad that tears at the heartstrings or a lively up tempo number that makes you want to smile and tap your feet on the floor.
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Martha Tilton (A) I Should Care (B) Stranger in Town
Side A -; Capitol 529-2-A 184 “I Should Care” written by Weston-Stordahl-Cahn
From the MGM Movie “Thrill of a Romance”
Tenor Saxophone Eddie Miller does both sides
Sides A/ B recorded in 1945 location unknown
Side B Capitol, 428-2-b 184 “Stranger in Town” Written by Mel Torme
Genre: Swing , Jazz, Big Band
All credit due to the artist and musicians and Capitol records, No profit or income derived from this podcast.
Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners? Contact me at: www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 . I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions
Trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way
According to Wikipedia Martha Tilton (November 14, 1915 - December 8, 2006) was an American popular singer during America's swing era and traditional pop period. She is best known for her 1939 recording of "And The Angels Sings" with BennyGoodman.
Tilton had a major success from 1942 to 1949 as one of the first artists to record for Capitol Records .
Among her biggest hits as a solo artist were "I'LL Walk Alone ", a wartime ballad which rose to #4 on the charts in 1944; "I Should Care" and "A Stranger in Town," which both peaked at #10 in 1945; and three in 1947
Stacey B going to play Earnest Pugh music he come to Rchmond, Va. in the Transformation on Saturday March 21, 2015, He has been feeling the love all year round. His latest CD “The W.I.N. (Worship in Nassau) Experience” debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart this past fall and has already produced two big chart hits with the soaring ballad “More of You” and the urban flavored collaboration with J. Moss, “I Believe You Most.” The new single “All Things Through Christ” is a no holds barred, down-home vocal slugfest between Pugh and gospel legend Rance Allen. The dynamic song with a neo-soul doowop groove is making its way up the gospel chart.
Last year, Pugh’s now- classic “I Need Your Glory” (it spent 9 weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart) earned special recognition from BMI as one of the most played gospel songs of the year. It was also the year that Pugh made two high-profile duets. He invited the renowned church-wrecker Beverly Crawford to join him on a song he wrote entitled “For My Good.” Then, he hooked up with R&B legend Lalah Hathaway on the inspiring “Every Promise.” Both songs landed on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart and make inroads for Gospel’s Leading Man at Adult R&B radio. Moreover, Pugh is now a record executive. His EPM Music Group label has issued hit projects by Chrystal Rucker, Vincent Tharpe & Kenosis, Charles Butler & Trinity and Keith Williams. After years of licensing his masters to other labels, Pugh’s own albums are now released through his P-Man Record label.
Kameelah Williams, aka, Meelah was born & raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ironically enough she became the lead singer of the multi platinum trio 702, which is the Las Vegas area code. Meelah was deemed the voice of the group by her position as lead vocalist on 702s chart topping singles such as the Missy Elliott produced "Steelo"& ladies' anthem "Where My Girls At", which stayed in the top 20 for more than 30 weeks on Billboard's top 40 pop chart, earning a nomination for an American Music Award. Her sultry lead vocals were also displayed on an array of other 702 hits including the R&B top 10 power ballad "Get It Together". The instant popularity afforded 702 the opportunity to work with Nickelodeon on their hit tv show "Cousin Skeeter" on which Meelah sang lead for the theme song.
702 went on to record 3 studio albums, winning a Lady of Soul Award for album of the year. They also recorded "Beep Me 911", the Timbaland produced hit single featured on Missy Elliott's debut album, where Meelah & Missy shared the lead vocal spotlight. Meelah also sung lead vocals alongside Pharrell Williams on 702s understated, yet riveting record "I Still Love You".
With international, multi platinum success came world tours, joining other major artists (New Edition, Brandy, and Brian McKnight), soundtrack recordings (Good Burger, Stewart Little), song features, and sitcom appearances (Moesha, Sister Sister). Other television appearances were made worldwide including the UK's legendary "Top of the Pops".
The End Of Me (EP), Temika Moore's latest project is the first installment of a collection of songs chronicling one's journey to find and understand love - God's love. The End of Me rips the mask off the humand condition by removing the often perfectionistic and highly opastic veil of living a life committed to Godly principles. One may be led to think The End of Me is a contemporary gospel album. The End of Me is a transparent album for those searching for freedom, not religion. It is a project without lyrical or musical boundaries written for the the churched and unchurched. From the midtempo R&B soulfulness of I'm Not Ok to the minimalistic piano ballad and title track "The End Of Me", this project is an aural chronicle for beat lovers, and lyrical fanatics who simply enjoy music without borders.
"One day I remember having a conversation with my 80+ year-old great aunt and I remember saying to her, "No one told me life would be this hard". I remember her matter-of-fact response hit me at the center of my soul. She simply said, "You never asked." After I recovered from laughing at my great aunt's sarcasm, her response led me to reflect on other areas of my life to uncover other things "I never asked". Suddenly, I realized I'd unearthed a long list of questions that begged to be answered. I was always pretty certain I knew what I wanted out of life. However, I realized I never asked God what he wanted for me. What is in my life that shouldn't be? Why do the same situations resurface over and over but with different characters? Why do I make choices that appear to be right at first but eventually prove to be unbeneficial? What am I really here to do? What really matters in the end.
I believe we are all yearning to understand our individual mala-dies. I believe when we come to the end of ourselves that's when life opens the doors for a paradigm shift.
THIS WILL BE AN EVENING YOU WON'T SOON FORGET! If you are a fan of legendary singer/songwriters such as Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard and others like them, then join me, James Royster, your Host and the Voice of the American White History Month Radio Talk Show this Sunday evening at 7pm CST, as we are so very proud and honored to have one of our Nation's most respected and outstanding PATRIOTIC County and Western music recording stars right here with us on the show! Creed Fisher is easily one of the most refreshing, outlaw artists that this nation has heard in a long time. His signature vocals and one-of-a-kind songwriting skills have made him one of the most popular recording artists in our country - and he's going to be with us on the show!
From the Southern Rock single, ‘Guitar Man’ to the tender ballad ‘Come And Hold Me’, he's won fans of all genres. Now, with the VIRAL RELEASE of his latest smash, hit single, "When You Come To Take Mine", Creed Fisher takes patriotism and patriotic, southern-rock style country to a whole new level. You CANNOT listen to this new single without checking afterwards to make sure Old Glory is hanging high and proud in your yard!
The entire show will be an EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH CREED FISHER, when we'll play many of his biggest hits with Creed telling the story behind each of the songs! THIS WILL BE A CALL IN SHOW SO CALL (347) 637-3768 TO TALK DIRECTLY TO CREED FISHER! Ask Creed your questions, commend him for such great work and commitment to the 2nd Amendment and American Freedom. Folks, this isn’t just the same old tsired song And dance that's being passed off as Country on your radio dial. YOU CAN WATCH THE "WHEN YOU COME TO TAKE MINE" VIDEO HERE: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1018216684861000 and LEARN ABOUT CREED FISHER HERE: http://www.tjkentmusic.com/creed-fisher/
Etterlene "Bunny" DeBarge Bio (born March 15, 1955) is an American soulsinger-songwriter, best known as the lone female sibling of the Motown family group DeBarge. She is also best known as the lead vocalist behind the classic R&B ballad, "A Dream" from the group's In a Special Way album and is also the co-writer of the group's 1982 breakthrough hit, "I Like It" and the number-one hit, "Time Will Reveal".
Barbara's solo singing career was preceded by a stint as a vocalist in the popular Portland, Oregon band, Pepe and the Bottle Blondes. The group appeared with the Oregon Symphony Pops, the Britt Festival in Jackson, Oregon, and in venues throughout Oregon as well as in Reno and Seattle. In 2002, Barbara went solo, and since then has been performing throughout the Pacific Northwest with regular engagements in such premier venues as Jimmy Mak's, the Liberty Theater in Astoria, the Heathman and Benson Hotels, and the Allison. She has also appeared at Portland's Cathedral Park Jazz Festival and the Portland Jazz Festival.
The concept for Rock Me Sweet came from Barbara's dear friend Tom Nunan, an executive producer of many films and TV shows including the Oscar-winning “Best Picture,” Crash. Tom suggested taking rock anthems originally recorded by male artists and slowing the tempos down to give them a smoky torch ballad feel. "Once we brought the tempos down, the emotions and stories contained in the lyrics emerged so clearly. I began to love these songs more and more, and to gain new admiration for the artists who conceived them,” she says.
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