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Join Angela as she speaks with Delilah Blake of The Curiosity School and Theater about how to enhance your personal and professional life by bringing out the performer in you and really connecting with other people. In this episode, you'll also get some practical tips on dealing with stage fright, overcoming shyness, and increasing your confidence in general.
The Curiosity School (512-987-7761) - www.thecuriosityschool.com
"Now That You've Seen Me Naked" ...an original sketch & musical comedy that uncovers what's underneath this curious thing called love. Live performance on Feb 12, 2016. More details and tickets at https://www.thecuriosityschool.com/now-that-you-ve-seen-me.html
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Mind of Mansion Ep 196: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion confronts #JagsTwitter whatever that means.
Blake Bortles is an inefficient gunslinger with great counting stats fueled by an easy schedule and exceptional supporting cast.
When hipster fans move to gentrify a fanbase... RUN!
Richard Sherman and Josh Norman are the only cornerbacks that fantasy gamers should be paranoid about.
Further exploring the shadow factor fallacy.
NFL.com wants you to bench Odell Beckham Jr.
Reviwing the succerss of PlayerProfiler's player rankings and lineup optimizer tool.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
Cremona, Alberta's Blake Reid's new album Rust showcases his status status as a true workingman’s poet, following in the footsteps of Merle Haggard and Tom T. Hall. At the same time, he is no traditionalist. The album’s first single, “Sounds Like A Song,” is the kind of hard-edged, instantly memorable track perfectly suited for a Saturday night play list, or as something to sing along with to make that long drive go a little bit faster. And as a testament to the power of songcraft, it’s also a reflection of the only real musical education Blake ever had, listening to AM radios installed in the trucks, tractors and combines he commandeered throughout his youth.
“I’ve always written songs, but during the years while performing in the club and rodeo circuits, we had to limit the amount of original material we were playing. In 2011 I decided to take a break from the band and really concentrate on writing songs that spoke to who I was, and to just be me without apology. I discovered right away how much people appreciated that, and I started building a new following. Getting a standing ovation the first time I played Big Valley Jamboree really confirmed it all for me, and since then I can’t see any way to do things other than just be who I am.”
And while much of the material on Rust is rooted in the Alberta soil that five generations of his family has farmed for over a century, the themes at the heart of the songs are universally relatable. For instance, many people have had the same fantasy captured in “Cowboys Were Kings” of somehow escaping fast-paced modern life and waking up in a ‘tumbleweed town’ or, as on the powerful “Ghosts,” been in their favourite bar and had the full weight of its history, and the people who used to drink there, suddenly come to light.
This week, as we countdown the days to Summer Camp Music Festival 2016, we start our series of interviews with the Summer Camp " On The Road Tour " winners !! Joining us this week will be the winners of the first stop on the 2016 tour. Winning over the crowd at Rose Music Hall in Columbia, MO a few weeks ago, Blake Gardner And The Farmers earned a return visit to Summer Camp !!
Blake Gardner & The Farmers break free from being able to be defined by a single genre through mixing together elements of blues, reggae, hip-hop, funk, and nearly everything else under the sun. Known for their improvisation and collaboration with other artists, Blake Gardner & The Farmers are sure to make each performance as unique and memorable as the last.
The Summer Camp " On The Road Tour " takes the magic of Summer Camp on the road to multiple cities around the country searching for the best talent the areas have to offer. At each stop there is a battle of the bands with the winner earning a time slot on a Summer Camp stage !!
Talking Sh*t & Hurting Feelings !! We do it again this Sunday night at 8 p.m. CST / 9 p.m. EST !!