• 01:04


    in Lifestyle

    Dating all the way back to the early days of motorcycling, enthusiasts have always been drawn to the raw energy, speed and horsepower of racing. Throughout the first couple decades of the 1900’s, motorcycle racing was held on oval plank tracks, known as board tracks. The motorcycles which ran on these tracks were the ultimate in stripped-down powerhouses, with no brakes, and only a direct drive system in place of a transmission. Races were held all over the United States to the delight of crowds everywhere. Unfortunately, the danger of these races was all too real. After multiple horrific accidents resulting in the death of riders and spectators alike, board track racing was banned in the United States. While the machines survived, the sport of board tracking was seemingly gone forever; that is, until recently, when a group of enthusiasts have banned together to reinvigorate the lost art of board track racing. Held on dirt tracks instead of lumber ovals, the machines are still flying around in a display of raw power to the delighted smiles of crowds. This week, we at Classic Chrome have the pleasure of speaking with a few of the brave individuals keeping this high-octane sport alive and well. Interviewing Matt Walksler, noted builder, restorer, and award-winning racer, and Brittney Olsen, noted restorer and the only woman successfully competing in this dangerous sport!

  • 00:59


    in Lifestyle

    Join us on March 4th, 2015 at 7pm Central as Classic Chrome interviews world-renowned painter John Dills of Dills Paintworks. Dills’ work has been featured all over the world, from late model customs to the rarest of rare antique motorcycles. Most notably, Dills provides all of the paint work for the Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, North Carolina.

    Also on the program, tune in as we interview Kevin ‘Teach’ Baas of Minneapolis, Minnesota. In addition to being a master fabricator, custom bike builder, and metalworking artist, Baas has been the main man behind an incredible youth outreach program at John F. Kennedy High School in Bloomington, MN for more than a decade. The Kennedy High School Chopper Class teaches students the art of building a custom motorcycle from the ground up, and has proven to be incredibly successful. 

  • 01:19


    in Lifestyle

    In November of 1947, 8 young men came together with a passion for both speed and the custom culture of cars and motorcycles. They soon formed the Oilers Car Club, and became heavily involved in the newly-formed National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) and the Southern California Timing Association (SCTA).  OCC President Jim Nelson and partner Dode Martin remained heavily involved with the OCC and later formed the infamous Dragmasters Company.  Moving forward to 2008, another group of custom car and motorcycle enthusiasts gathered together and reignited the club with the help of Jim Nelson. The new Oilers members are 10 highly respected members of the motorcycle and car community from both the East and West coast, and are dedicated to furthering the passion that drove the original members. Every October, the OCC hosts the legendary “Race of Gentlemen” on the beaches of Wildwood, New Jersey, where spectators and entrants are treated to the sight of vintage automobiles and cars racing each other up and down the beach. The motorcycles and automobiles are all pre-war vintage, and the owners are hand selected to further the slogan of the event: “When guys were gentlemen and cars were king!”

  • 00:58


    in Lifestyle

    On February 8th, 1963, under the leadership of President John F. Kennedy, the United States severed all ties with the nation of Cuba. Up until that point citizens of Cuba had access to purchasing American goods of all types, including motorcycles. After this travel ban was instituted, these citizens no longer had direct access to parts and accessories to keep these American motorcycles running. Thus began decades of shade-tree wrenching and innovation like none other. The island of Cuba was essentially stuck in time, with its citizens continuing to operate these historic vehicles for more than 50 years. With the recent talk of the United States Government moving to relieve the long-standing embargo, our special guests took the opportunity to visit the island nation and see for themselves what the motorcycle culture was like. The chance to see these antique machines in daily operation and use is for many, the chance of a lifetime. Essentially our special guests Joe Sparrow and Kevin Bean’re took a step back into time and documented the daily life for the legendary motorcyclists of Cuba.

  • 00:35

    the disco hour for the troops and patriots

    in Politics

    welcome to  our special  music  hour with lots of old memories  from the disco ages  were proud toupport our troops  and country join us monday for our reg programming  , we hope you enjy the show and leave  coments  .  we are americas voice network  join us monday wens fri sat at 7pm

  • 00:52

    Kentucky Derby Handicapping Advantage: Brisnet.com & Thomas Herding Technique

    in Sports

    The Kentucky Derby is not only the most prestigious race in the world but also one of the more challenging for its competitiors. Three-year-olds going farther than they ever have (1 1/4 miles) in front of more people in a race that everyone wants to win has a way of taking a special kind of horse to perform well. The Thomas Herding Technique helps identify which horses are up to the task (and just as important to Brisnet.com & TwinSpires.com players, which aren't). Founded by Kerry Thomas and supported by Pete Denk, THT has helped identify recent Kentucky Derby winners Animal Kingdom, I'll Have Another, and Orb while also pointing to last year's winner, California Chrome, as a key contender (THT's top pick, Danza, finished third). THT is also a full-service bloodstock agency. Visit its site to learn more about its services & read former Derby analysis.

  • 01:32


    in Politics

    welcome  to the special show     with my  co host diana beth   and special guest  tonite the battle of good and evil

     we are continuing the show after amishap  and good example of that  tonite   we didnt let satan win   and w back    join us  on this special hour



  • 01:47

    Special Guests Art Sherman and CC Lopez

    in Sports

    Pass the Buck Talking Horses with Special Guests Jockey CC Lopez and California Chrome's Trainer Art Sherman 

    Hosted by Buck Grottano, Dina Alborano and PTB Handicapper William Gotimer. 

    It looks like a Cinderella story as veteran Jockey CC  Lopez is one step closer to the Churchill Downs starting Gate on May 2. After, a huge win this past Saturday in the Gotham Stakes on Zayat Stables El Kabeir. CC picked up the mount after 3 time Kentucky Derby winning jockey Calvin Borel missed the Jerome Glll due to a death in the family. CC went on to win the Jerome and place in the Withers. Sticking with CC for the Gotham, the Scat Daddy colt ran a wonderful race and now sits with75 points in the Kentucky Derby Point system. 

    Also joining us Hall of fame jockey Mike Smith, who on the country's Best Horse in training Shared Belief won this Saturday's (grade I)Santa Anita H. with easy! 


  • 00:57

    Ms.P And Nikki G Chat With D'Chrome Foster And Yemimah

    in Music

    D’Chrome Foster strives to be a force for positive energy, using his music as his weapon. In August of 2014 D’Chrome released his single, MANHOOD, a track that showcases the struggles between a man and his woman. Following the release of MANHOOD, D’Chrome released CYANIDE in Dec of 2014. Both tracks and their accompanying videos tell varied and compelling stories of today’s social issues

    AMG/Universal RB recording artist ''Yemimah" is an Urban R&B/Pop singer/songwriter who resides in Canada. When Yemimah turned 10 years old she started to write music and learned to play hand bells, electric guitar, and the flute thru her after-school music class. After she had written all of her music her father had brought her to Calgary to record her music at Alchemy Studios. She was discouraged after hearing the recordings because she had never had any experience recording in a studio before. Taking that experience she kept on writing and recording music and coming back to the city every so often to record more music. 

  • 00:25

    Love My Bounce

    in Hip Hop Music

     Hope you enjoy the show!

    D'Chrome Foster is an artist who recognizes and respects a woman's power and her creative freedom to express herself without bounds. This week, he has released the official video for his single JANUARY and launched #LoveMyBounce, a campaign to empower women everywhere: www.LoveMyBounce.com


    Following up his success with his videos for CYANIDE and MANHOOD, D'Chrome Foster continues to be a force for positive energy, delivering a song and video that aims to spark debate and inspire new thought. Directed by Mark Cirnigliaro, the JANUARY music video is about doing what you want with your body and features women from all walks of life who truly show what it means to be free..


  • 01:48

    Video Marketing Madness with Ray the Video Guy and Steve Sleeper

    in Marketing

    Today on Video Marketing Madness it’s affiliate marketing coach Zak Loveday. We’ll talk about his exclusive mastermind coaching program on how to make $4000 in 4 days with affiliate marketing. Sound too good to be true? Listen in to find out. We’ll also have news of the week and Ray’s tip of the week. 

    Zak's new product is Affiliate Marketing Blueprint and his website is ZakLoveday.com

    Video Marketing Madness made possible today by AWeber...the best way to grow and manage your list. RaytheVideoGuy.com/AWeber.

    Ray's tip of the week is vidIQ. It's a free Chrome plugin allowing you to spy on your competitor's videos and see their tags, for instance.

    Be sure to "Like" the Video Marketing Madness Facebook page to get the plenty of useful tips and the news of the week: Facebook.com/VideoMarketingMadness

    And Ray's MasterMind group is at: Facebook.com/Groups/OnlineVideoMarketers



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