• 02:00

    Straight Talk with Bobby Bass

    in Wrestling

    Join us for our debut show as veteran pro wrestler "No Class" Bobby Bass tells stories from his career spanning five decades all over the globe.  Co-Host Jeff Docherty steers the ship and keeps the BassMan in line..if that's possible.  We'll also be taking your phone calls for Bobby on the All Class Hotline!  We look forward to your questions and we hope you'll join us this Saturday night for our debut show!

  • 01:58

    Bobby Brown Bail and Beyond with Special Guest Rick McCallum

    in Entertainment

    At the age of three, Rick’s mom and dad took him to a John Wayne movie, where the key scene was a stage coach going over a cliff..obviously very impressed by what he saw, Rick drove his little red pedal car as fast as he could past his parents, who watched in horror as he headed toward the flight of stairs directly in front of him.. his dad tried to catch up to him but could only watch as he went airborne, and then he, while still in the pedal car, rolled end over end, crashing into the floor at the bottom of the stairs..Rick received two black eyes for his effort..


    At the age of thirteen, when he lived in the country, a small place called Sam’s Valley in southern Oregon, his dad was having a bunch of people over for an outdoor barbecue..deciding that the party needed a little excitement, Rick rode his Honda 50 motorcycle through the party, all while he was standing on the seat..after the party, he received a sore behind for his effort..Rick entered the stunt business in 1981..who would have guessed?


    Rick’s first movie was Lone Wolf McQuade, a Chuck Norris movie that was filmed in El Paso. While working on the movie he met another stuntman by the name of Kane Hodder, who became one of his best friends, and they have worked in numerous movies and TV shows together..Kane went onto to play the character Jason Voorhees in four Friday the 13th movies, as well as Victor Crowley in the Hatchet trilogy..


    With the help of Kane, Director Richard Friedman, ( Darkwolf, Born, among many others, which Richard had Rick as stunt coordinator) and Director Adam Green of the Hatchet series, who cast Rick as John , the silent hunter in Hatchet 2, and has had Rick on several other projects, including Saber, which won Best Picture and Best Action at Comic Con, Rick has gone on to be in more than 70 movies and TV shows.. Tune in To Find Out more!!

  • 01:16

    Cafe Inspiration with Bobby Dee -THE FOUR AGREEMENTS

    in Motivation

    Today on Cafe Inspiration with Bobby Dee, we will have an active and open discussion about THE FOUR AGREEMENTS, the book known as, A Practical Guide To Personal Freedom, has been on the bestseller list for seven consecutive years. The Four Agreements are very simple, but very profound. To embrace and live each of the Four Agreements is to find yourself experiencing personal freedom--possibly as never before.

  • 00:33

    13 year old transgender girl Dw Trantham Talks with Us Live

    in LGBT

    13 year old transgender girl Dw Wiona Trantham will be talking with us about her experiences with discrimination in her Jr. High School when having access to the bathroom

  • 00:30

    Braves Banter: Bobby Cox

    in Sports

    Join Dan Schlossberg and Jason Hyman as they discuss Atlanta Braves baseball on "Braves Banter" every Thursday from 7:00-7:30pm Eastern.  This week's guest is Hall of Famer Bobby Cox.

  • 00:16

    Vincent "The Chin" Gigante was once a big Bobby Gonzalez fan

    in Basketball

    On SheridanHoops.com, coach Bobby Gonzalez tells a great New York story.


    Years ago, he was having dinner in the famous Italian restaurant on the Upper East Side, Campagnola's, out celebrating his second NCAA run as the coach of the Manhattan Jaspers. The maitre d came over said some gentlemen at a nearby table would like to send over a bottle of wine, and would like to meet and thank you.


    So I naively looked at the table full of recognizable characters with pinkie rings and said "Thank me for what?"


    One guy looked familiar to me, and it was because his picture was often on TV and in the papers as a don of the Genovese crime family who was known to walk around Greenwich Village in a bathrobe to make the authorities believe he was crazy. He was Vincent "The Chin" Gigante.


    He motioned me over, saying he and his crew wanted to meet and thank me as they had won a lot of money on Manhattan beating Florida in the tourney.


    After I told him I don't gamble or know much about it, he explained we started as an 11-point underdog by the time the game started people liked my team's chances so much it dropped to 5. After we went on to win by 15, they were all very happy.


    I then told him I didn't want to accept the wine as I also don't drink, but I thanked him very respectfully. Gigante and his dinner companions all said they would be following and rooting for me as their favorite coach.


    I laughed and thought to myself "Only in New York."


    And with that intro, here is my latest NCAA Tournament interview from Sports X Radio with Ken Thompson, a show based out of Vegas.

  • 02:03

    A Recap of the Milton Herald Society with Jeff Rose and Bobby McCreery

    in Religion

    Episode #20150404


    On this edition of Cross Encounters Radio:


    Tony's guests will be Jeff Rose and Bobby McCreery of JeremiahCry Ministries. Together the three will provide a recap of the recent Herald Society at First Baptist Church of Miltion (Milton, FL).


    In addition, listeners to this broadcast will get to hear clips from a number of sermons preached at the Herald Society. Clips will include the preaching of Dr. James White, Pastor Earl Blackburn, Pastor Jeff Pollard of Chapel Library, Jeff Rose, Bobby McCreery, and Tony.


    This is an expanded, two-hour edition of Cross Encounters Radio.

  • 01:03

    Cafe Inspiration with Bobby Dee featuring Alvin King

    in Motivation

    THIS WEEK Cafe Inspiration with Bobby Dee is honored to share his stories of inspiration and motivation with Life and Financial Coach Alvin King!


    Alvin king is the CEO of Infinite Coaching Solutions and is a ce life coach and motivational speaker. Additionally, he is one of the founders of “Fishers of Men”, an outreach program that fosters assistance and direction to young men in the Jacksonville community. Today, Alvin will share with us what it means to be a life coach. He will also speak about Fishers of Men and future plans to catapult the organization, making it a premiere outreach for educating, training, and assisting young men in Jacksonville and the surrounding area.


    TUNE-IN TO THE LIVE SHOW! LISTEN VIA MOBILE AT 718-766-4964 OR ONLINE. THE SHOW WILL BE AVAILABLE ON DEMAND, PROMPTLY AFTER THE INTERVIEW.


    THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORTING CAFE INSPIRATION WITH BOBBY DEE RADIO SHOW ON THE NDUSTRY ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK.

  • 01:03

    Cafe Inspiration with Bobby Dee featuring Dr. Vernet Joseph

    in Entertainment

    TODAY ON CAFE INSPIRATION WITH BOBBY SEE WE HAVE DR. VERNT JOSEPH!


    Our special guest will be Dr. Vernet Joseph. Dr. Vernet is a thought Leader, empowerment speaker, author and Army combat veteran, Dr. Vernet helps individuals, organizations and corporations increase their bottom line, transform their performance and productivity for maximum results. He is also the founder of Gigare Magazine and TV. His motto is LIVE 2 PRODUCE!


    TUNE IN EVERY TUESDAY 6-7pm EST TO CAFE INSPIRATION WITH BOBBY DEE ON THE NDUSTRY ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK (THE NEN)!


     

  • 00:57

    GUITARIST BOBBY PORTER

    in Entertainment

    We welcome Bobby to talk about his latest release, Comin At You.

  • 01:01

    Bobby Cool Interviews with Az 1 Promo Radio

    in Music

    BIO: Georgia-raised, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Bobby Cool’s brand of music is infused with country, bluegrass, and roots. His debut album, Light In The Dark, which was nominated by the IMAs for Country Album of the Year, is a compilation of well-crafted stories, examining life and the most fundamental matters of the heart.



    Produced by Mike Proctor (worked with Little Big Town, Gary Allen, Lionel Richie) and self-released on his own label, Cool Records, the album is comprised of 14 songs, 13 of which he wrote/co-wrote.

    While attending the University of Georgia, Cool’s education in music began, not in a classroom, but in the historic downtown Athens scene. One venue in particular was a frequent spot for he and his friends. “I probably wouldn’t be playing music if it weren’t for the Georgia Theatre,” he says. “We were there a few times a month and my love for performing definitely came out of those shows.”

    In addition to writing, recording, and performing, Bobby is involved with World Vision to impact communities locally and abroad. “One goal for the upcoming tour is to build a well, sponsored by World Vision,” he says. “50% of all downloads on the website go towards building a sustainable clean water source for an entire community. I’m hoping that we can make it happen and that it is the start of something that we continue to do with each project and each tour.” For tour dates and more, visit bobbycoolmusic.com.

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