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Common Ground Media presents OFF THE RECORD, a music podcast focusing on local music from the Oklahoma City area.
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Here is the song list from this show:
Blaster – No Restraints
Subsanity – Irreperable Ignorance
5 Star Gravy – Ole Sweety
Boxcar Children – Surviving the Impossible
Broken Cross – Do You Want to Die
Code 22 – I Don’t Really Miss You
Costanzas – Drinking Myself to Death
Kinda Creepy – Joke
Pulpit Red – Rockets
Euclid Crash – Girl Talk
James Bond Dracula – Damage
Real Ones – Christine
Red City Radio – The Benefits of Motion
Roustabouts – Fall Into Line
The Easy Lovers – Hard To Get
They Stay Dead – Darkness
Truckside Down – $500 Fight
For the past forty years, Charles Manson has languished in prison for his participation in the Manson family murders of 1969. He is America’s icon of evil, the one who brought down the curtain on the 1960s. He has never been a quiet inmate, however. From his unbridled outbursts of rage to his tender acts of generosity, he makes his presence felt to everyone around him.
He inspires awe in other inmates, he cozies up to prison guards who are eager to do him favors, and he is responsible for countless staff transfers within and outside of the institution.
This book details the dramatic journey of Willie Mendez, a troubled inmate, housed next to the serial killer for more than a year. Willie became institutionalized after repeated violations of the law, including attempted murder and armed robbery. He is serving a sixty-eight year prison sentence.
From his initial feelings of contempt toward the aging killer, Willie, nicknamed, “Boxcar,” by Manson, traveled to a place of openness and acceptance of the old man’s ideas. Over time, he began to defer more and more to Manson without reservation.
This is a tale of growth and maturity that contains intimate details and shocking jailhouse secrets. Willie shares an insider’s view of Charles Manson, his crazy behavior, his whispered confessions, and his sometimes profound wisdom.
“Charlie” speaks openly about his sexuality, shares some details of the Tate and LaBianca murders, and relates his childhood experience of being forced to wear a dress to school. CHARLES MANSON BEHIND BARS: The Crazy Antics and Amazing Revelations of America's Icon of Evil-Mark Hewit
JL Mulvihill, YA and children's fantasy novelist, joins the showto talk about the fun of writing and the writing community, steampunk and even a bit about cosplay. Listen to hear excerpts from her novels The Lost Daughter of Easa and The Boxcar Baby.
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From March 17-19, The Boxcar Baby which be available for 99 cent for Nook, Kindle, and Kobo.
More about JL Mulvihill and her work can be found at:
Recent good reads recommended by JL Mulvihill:
The Decembrists by Kimberly Richardson
Poseidon's Children by Michael West
The Famous Tramp series
The 10th episode of The Star Chamber Show, our first milestone, features a pair of fantastic guests!
First up will be Andy Haught, frontman of the rock band ZeroKing. This is an encore visit from his appearance recently, as our hosts became so enthralled in talking to him about his band and life in the rock world that we ran out of time to talk with him about genre books and movies! Andy really wanted to talk about these things, so we thought we would have him back and give him a chance to do so!
Next, we have J.L. Mulvihill joining us, a rising voice in speculative fiction who is a true favorite on the convention circuit. From novels such as her YA Fantasy The Lost Daughter of Easa (Dark Oak Press), to her YA Steampunk The Boxcar Baby (Seventh Star Press), readers are discovering J.L.'s great skill at bringing characters to life. She also was a co-editor on Southern Haunts: Spirits That Walk Among Us, an anthology of paranormal/ghost tales.
J.L.'s convention appearances are also known for the elaborate costuming she designs and wears. With two of our co-hosts Selah Janel and S.H. Roddey being into costuming, there's a good chance this topic will come up as well!
So join us this Wednesday night, for our 10th episode at 9pm EST!
Special Note: Andy Haught photo featured in the Slide Show provided courtesy of Rob Stewart Photography. Visit Rob at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rob-Stewart-Photography/344137819006092
Alex Nielsen is currently completing an MA in English Literature and Letters at Cleveland State University. He has been a touring and publishing poet for the last decade, and previously ran Inkstained Dagger Press and published works with several writers including Dan Provost, Lester Allen, and John Dorsey. Marissa Hyde is an MA student of modern American literature, also at Cleveland State. She was associated with various writing and performance groups around Cleveland for several years before starting up Hydeout Press with Alex. Hydeout Press is a new fine arts press operating out of Lakewood, Ohio. Hydeout strives to publish top talent in limited-run works at a collector's-quality level. Their first book is John Dorsey's "Twenty Poems about Girls," out October 5th. BIO-John Dorsey grew up in a trailer park outside of Pittsburgh. He is the author of several collections of poetry including TOMBSTONE FACTORY, Epic Rites Press, 2013, BOXCAR POEMS 1-12, Lead Graffiti Letter Press, 2013, and TWENTY POEMS ABOUT GIRLS, Hydeout Press, 2013. His work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He has been called a genius and a bum.
Matthew is a 21-year-old poet from Manchester, NH. He was a member of the 2012 Lowell poetry slam team, as well as the 2011 Slam Free or Die team, on which he performed at the National Poetry Slam as their Rookie of the Year. He was a key organizer in the Occupy New Hampshire movement, as well as the co-founder of New Hampshire Pride Fest, the first LGBTQ+ pride festival to ever take place in Manchester. The manuscript he is currently writing, tentatively titled Revolution is a Ruthless Boxcar, will chronicle his experiences participating in the Occupy Movement and living alongside Manchester’s homeless population.
Another show special this weekend with Memphis Mike and his fantastic BBQ events sauce and all - along with such named international Blues Musicians as David Boxcar Gates....
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TalkingJetZ "LIVE" debuts from Wright Patterson Air Force Base @ The United State Air Force Museum with Host & CEO Steve Tomaszewski
The National Museum of the United States Air Force galleries present military aviation history, boasting more than 360 aerospace vehicles and missiles on display -- many rare and one-of-a-kind -- along with thousands of historical items and powerful sensory exhibits that bring history to life and connect the Wright brothers' legacy with today's stealth and precision technology. We invite you to take an online glimpse of our galleries. Click on a gallery name to see exhibits, including aircraft, engines, equipment and weapons of the USAF. The section also highlights special exhibits, current exhibits and restoration projects.
Franc Robert caught the fever from Eric Clapton in 1980 and has been working his guitar ever since.
From Montreal to Tampa, he played in the local jams whenever he could. After a six year sabbatical so he could work to keep his family clothed and fed, he began anew and has been moving forward ever since.
In 2010 he formed the Boxcar Tourists. In 2012 he was a challneger at the IBC as a solo artist. Now the band has released a new album 49x61 and Franc will join me to discuss his career and music.
Brad Hatfield began playing guitar at 10 years old. When he was 25 an accident ended his career as a guitarist.
He was now in search of another instrument to channel his creative outlet. The harmonica became that instrument.
His debut album Uphill From Anywhere is a collection of solid blues music from this Cincinnatti native.
Brad and I will discuss his journey and check out music from the album
Albert Castiglia began playing guitar at 12 and has gone on to play for Junior Wells and Sandra hall before going out on his own.
Fans worldwide have been thrilled by his textural playing and it is showcased again in his latest album Living The Dream.
Exploring Albert's life and music along with the stories he is sure to tell will be a great segment.
"Musicians You Should Know"
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith - publishers of RantsRavesRockMagazine.com, and guest co-hosts The David "Bully" Bowers, and musicians Michael Ely & Spider Taylor, for Big Blend Radio's Rants, Raves & Rock Show!
- Sharon Mader - National Parks Conservation Association
- Micha Schellhaas - Blues & Jazz Guitarist and Composer
- Billy Iingram - Author of memoir 'Punk'
- Scott Clark - Friday Night Music Club Band
- Jim Cherry - Author 'The Last Stage'
- Franc Robert - Frontman of The Boxcar Tourists Blues Band
Tonight on ASL we welcome author Shelly Frome to The Author Spotlight Show. Shelly is a former professional actor and theater director, his writing credits include a number of national and international articles on acting and theater, profiles of artists and notable figures in the arts, books on theater and film and mystery novels. Tonight he is here to talk about his latest book Twilight of The Drifter.
"Twilight of the Drifter" is a crime story with southern gothic overtones. It centers on thirty-something Josh Devlin, a failed journalist who, after a year of wandering, winds up in a Kentucky homeless shelter on a wintry December. Soon after the opening setup, the crosscurrents go into motion as Josh comes upon a runaway named Alice holed up in an abandoned boxcar. Taken with her plight and dejected over his own squandered life, he spirits her back to Memphis and his uncle's Blues Hall Cafe.
From there he tries to get back on his feet while seeking a solution to Alice's troubles. As the story unfolds, a Delta bluesman's checkered past comes into play and, inevitably, Josh finds himself on a collision course with a backwoods tracker fixated on the Civil War and, by extension, the machinations of the governor-elect of Mississippi. In a sense, this tale hinges on the vagaries of chance and human nature. At the same time, an underlying force appears to be driving the action as though seeking the truth and long awaited redemption. Or, to put it another way, past sins have finally come due in the present.
The Author Spotlight Show
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