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  • 01:01

    Interview with The Thirsty Perch Blues Band

    in Radio

    www.thirstyperchbluesband.com  1pm central time


    Rockin Blues




    Band Members


    Chris Collins
    George Ferguson
    Chuck Luscombe

    Chris Carr
    Andrew Ogrodzinski



    Hometown


    Grand Rapids, Mi



    Electrifying Muscular Rockin Blues Band hailing from Grand Rapids Michigan



  • 00:59

    Brett Alan and the CRB Band and Angel Thurman show case

    in Radio

    Brett Alan and the CRB band show case check them out on facebook The CRB Band...


    The CRB Band, formed in the Spring of 2006 in McCook, Nebraska, It has gone through some member changes over the years, but... the core of the band has remained constant with Brett Alan (Schmitz); Dean Sprinkle and Gerry Hunter. In 2013 the band added Jon and Angie Reiners, Craig Francis and Jeff Gleason. The band has heavy "New Country" influence by artist such as Jason Aldean; Eric Church; Gary Allan; Gretchen Wilson; The Band Perry; Justin Moore...and many more. The band plays some 80's classics by Fleetwood Mac; John Cougar; The Stones; The Steve Miller Band; Lynyrd Skynyrd; AC/DC. They have been known to get their blues on now and then with some Stevie Ray Vaughan; Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Jimmie Hendrix... starting off with Angel Thurman we have and interview with Angel 7pm central time on 4/8/15 then an interview with Brett Alan noon central time on 4/16/15

  • 00:38

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: Vu Tran’s ‘Dragonfish’

    in Books

    This week, Vu Tran discusses his debut novel, “Dragonfish”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Ruth Franklin talks about Lucia Berlin’s stories; listeners share what they’ve been reading; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 00:40

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘Katrina: After the Flood’

    in Books

    This week, Gary Rivlin discusses “Katrina: After the Flood”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Joe Domanick talks about “Blue: The LAPD and the Battle to Redeem American Policing”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 01:16

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘The Conservative Heart’

    in Books

    This week, Arthur C. Brooks discusses “The Conservative Heart”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Susan Southard talks about “Nagasaki”; readers offer changes to the literary canon; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 01:26

    The Como Brothers Band Live

    in Military

    Join us this week as we celebrate the 6th year anniversary of our show and welcome The Como Brothers Band. Hailing from Long Island, NY., Matt and Andrew Como are songwriters and musicians that value organic music, musicianship, and songs with original integrity. Music is not a hobby of the brothers but a way of life and a career. Early in life, their father and his brothers would play at family parties. Growing up in this environment inspired them to play music, and it fast became a central part of their lives. In 2013, The Como Brothers Band took their previous experience and focused on approaching the industry with honest songs. It worked. They opened for major acts such as The Wallflowers, American Idol winner David Cook, and Jilian Jensen. In exciting news for 2015, they will be releasing their new EP album "Imagination". The new album is available for pre-order on itunes now. We will talk to Matt and Andrew about their upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at their music, feature their latest songs, and ask them to share their message for the troops. Please be sure to visit The Como Brothers Band at http://www.comobrothersband.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with them during the show (718) 766-4193. If you would like to participate in the live chat during the show, you must sign up on the show site first and then log in during the show. And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Be sure to join us, Sunday 8/9/2015 at 4 PM EDT! Our message to the troops....WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.

  • INDIE REVIEW RADIO/ INDIE MEDIA / INDIE WORLD

    in Entertainment

    Now more than ever independent artists thirst for an opportunity to be heard. Indie Review Radio is the catalyst to do just that. Each week the show will feature the best and greatest in the world of independent musicians artists and seasoned industry professionals. The show will include new music by indies, the latest in industry trends by seasoned industry professionals and a wealth of information for independent artists that are looking for what's next in their careers.

  • 01:31

    INDIE REVIEW RADIO / MALACHI RIVERS / INDIE ARTIST

    in Entertainment

    Malachi Rivers is a New York City based rapper, poet, and actor whose lyrical soulfulness and avant-garde music making has earned national and international acclaim. A native of Maryland, Malachi cultivated a strong following in D.C.’s metropolitan music and spoken word scene before moving to New York City where his career quickly blossomed and he became a regular in the city’s staple music venues, including the Nuyorican Poets Café and SOB’s. Malachi’s lyrical skills and performances garnered the attention of Grammy nominated jazz musician Marcus Strickland, who asked Malachi to be the sole voice in his “Twi-Life” group and record the group’s debut album Open Reel Deck. The Village Voice touted Malachi as being able to persuade you with his lyrical abilities, writing: “Malachi recites and cajoles over a state of the art Jazz band.” The Denver Post likened him to the great jazz and soul singer poet Gil Scott-Heron. Shortly after the release of Open Reel Deck, Malachi toured with the “Twi-Life” collective, which performed at New York City’s legendary Blue Note Jazz Club and subsequently joined forces with a rotating collective of artists for a North American and European tour. During this period, Malachi released his debut single “Cloud 9”, which became an online favorite, and starred in two independent films Scrolls the Book of Life Part 1 and 2. He also ramped up to launch a solo project, which he released in the summer of 2012 to much buzz. The debut EP, Stereo Sound Escape, became an internet sensation, anchored by its lead single “A New World Part II - The Schizo Speaks” featuring HBO’s True Blood star Nelsan Ellis (Lafayette).

  • 00:59

    Spy Review

    in Movies

    AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Spy. Melissa McCarthy seems to have people cracking up with this one, and even critics are giving this Paul Feig effort the thumbs up. But, is this one really worth it? We'll let you know if you need to get to a theater, or if you should pass it up.


    We'll also answer listener questions, and give you a preview of what's on the horizon.

  • 01:00

    Ted 2 Review

    in Movies

    BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Ted 2, preview coming attractions, and answer listener questions.


    We'll let you know if Ted 2 is worth your time, and/or if it manages to be funny at all. Does it live up to the first one, and does that mean anything anyway?


    Brought to you by AreYouScreening.com and FilmReview.com

  • 00:47

    The Kerri Edelman Show presents Hard Rock Band Heartist

    in Rock Music

    Behind everything Heartist do lies one simple goal: to bring real, honest emotion back into heavy music. Writing songs that are equal parts anthemic grandeur, brawny metalcore-infused heaviness, and chorus-driven radio rock nirvana, the quintet wear their influences on their collective sleeve while being far more than the sum of their parts.  Formed in 2011, the members of Heartist – vocalist Bryce Beckley, guitarist Tim Koch which were rounded out by guitarist Robby Devito, bassist Evan Ranallo and drummer Matt Marquez - walked away from college educations and secure employment to focus one hundred percent on music.  They subsequently spent many months honing their sound, determined to create something that stood out on its own merits, and in no rush to leap back into the scene that failed to excite them. At the same time, they displayed a certain savvy in creating an online buzz that intrigued and lured potential fans without even playing a single show, a tactic that paid off - and then some.  “We also got lucky, because our A & R at Roadrunner books bands at our hometown venue, which we didn’t realize, we just asked him to put us on! We really lucked out - we played that one show and got signed.” In 2012 the band dropped their Nothing You Didn’t Deserve EP, subsequently touring with the likes of Architects UK and Enter Shikari, plus a European run supporting label mates Killswitch Engage.  While Nothing You Didn’t Deserve was a solid release in its own right, it only hinted at what the band were capable of, and with debut full-length Feeding Fiction they lay it all on the line.  The band enlisted Producer David Bendeth (Of Mice & Men, Bring Me The Horizon) to record their full-length album with.  Be sure to pick up a copy of their amazing album titled Feeding Fiction featuring the hit singles Skeletons & Ignite!  For more information, visit www.heartistband.com