• 01:18

    BUD ROGERS

    in Music

    Bud Rogers interest in music started at a very early age, he was singing and writing tunes by the age of 7 yrs old with his brother. As he got older he started a rock band, Sphynx,  with a friend, started writing more music, and playing gigs around London. The band had some change up of players and eventually changed the band name to Big Brother with a new sound. After a year of struggling the band broke up.    Bud missed the music and contacted one of his bandmates from Big Brother and they formed The Cut. They recorded the album "Emotional Suicide" and the opening track "Keep Your Demon Down" on Radio One. Eventually Bud needed to learn more about music so he went back to school. After completing his music degree he went on to teach music and helped to open a Rock School in England.   Fast forward Bud has done quite a bit in many different bands and decided to venture out as a solo artist. He released "Whiteout" which garnered him a few internet radio awards, a Twirl Radio Award for "Male Vocalist of the Year" and from Take 2 Radio Indie Awards, voted by the listeners, he won for "Album of the Year" and "Acoustic Artist of the Year" for his acoustic videos.    Most recently Bud released an EP "Setting Sun" which crosses a spectrum of genres, showcasing Bud's versatility! Bud plays all instruments, wrote all the songs, and produced the EP himself!    Take 2 Radio Music chats with Bud on May 1st at 3pm EDT

  • 01:05

    The Unknown Show with Bud Smith

    in Poetry

    The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you. 

    the guests on 8/19/2014 will be

    7pm est: .......Robert Vaughan
    7:25: est ....... Mik Everett
    7:45 est .......Brian Allan Ellis 

     


    Robert Vaughan leads writing roundtables at Redoak Writing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His writing has appeared in over 400 print and online journals. His latest book is Addicts and Basements (CCM) He edits at JMWW, and  Lost in Thought magazine. His poetry chapbook.


    Mik Everett is an American Regionalist novelist born in 1991 in Wichita, Kansas. She studied philosophy and English at Wichita State University, where she also worked as a logic clinician before moving to Boulder, Colorado to open a bookstore. She is the author of Self-Published Kindling: Memoirs of a Homeless Bookstore Owner 

    Brian Alan Ellis is the author of The Mustache He's Always Wanted but Could Never Grow, 33 Fragments of Sick-Sad Living, and King Shit (illustrated by Waylon Thornton). His writing has appeared through such outlets as Skive, The Whistling Fire, Zygote in My Coffee, Monkeybicycle, DOGZPLOT, Conte, Sundog Lit, Crossed Out, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, That Lit Site, Diverse Voices Quarterly, flashquake, Spittoon, HTMLGIANTHe lives in Tallahassee, Florida.

  • 01:12

    The Unknown Show w/ Bud Smith

    in Writing

    The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you. 


    TONIGHT'S FEATURED GUESTS ARE:


    GESSY ALVAREZ
    KEVIN RIDGEWAY
    MIKE GROVER 

  • 01:00

    The Unknown Show w/ Bud Smith

    in Writing

    The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you. 

  • 01:09

    The Unknown Show w/ Bud Smith

    in Writing

    The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you. 

  • 01:08

    The Unknown Show w/ Bud Smith

    in Writing

    The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. On this week's show, Thursday 1/16, guests include: Rae Bryant, author and publisher of Dr. Eckleburg Review; Micheal Maxwell, writer, artist, editor at Jmww; Ryder Collins, author of Homegirl.  

  • 01:51

    The Unknown Show w/ Bud Smith

    in Writing

    The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you. 

  • 01:09

    The Unknown Show w/ Bud Smith

    in Writing

    The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you. 

  • 00:34

    The Unknown Show w/ Bud Smith

    in Writing

    The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you. 


    special guest LAWRENCE GLADEVIEW is a Longmont, Colorado, poet and one of two editors of MediaVirus Magazine.  His debut, full-length poetry collection Just Ignore The Beer Stains is available now from PigeonBike Press.

  • 00:56

    The Unknown Show w/ Bud Smith

    in Writing

    THE UNKNOWN SHOW WITH BUD SMITH AND SPECIAL GUESTS JOHN DORSEY AND SUSAN LEWIS
    The Unknown Show is an interview series hosted by Bud Smith. The featured guests will range from writers, artists, musicians, ect. with a focus on projects that they are working on or promoting. The goal is to #1, not put you to sleep, and #2 leave you with some personal and often creepy details about a person who used to be unknown to you. 

  • 01:18

    SPECIAL GUEST - BUD ROGERS

    in Music

    Bud Rogers interest in music started at a very early age, he was singing and writing tunes by the age of 7 yrs old with his brother. As he got older he started a rock band, Sphynx,  with a friend, started writing more music, and playing gigs around London. The band had some change up of players and eventually changed the band name to Big Brother with a new sound. After a year of struggling the band broke up.    Bud missed the music and contacted one of his bandmates from Big Brother and they formed The Cut. They recorded the album "Emotional Suicide" and the opening track "Keep Your Demon Down" on Radio One. Eventually Bud needed to learn more about music so he went back to school. After completing his music degree he went on to teach music and helped to open a Rock School in England.   Fast forward Bud has done quite a bit in many different bands and decided to venture out as a solo artist. He released "Whiteout" which garnered him a few internet radio awards, a Twirl Radio Award for "Male Vocalist of the Year" and from Take 2 Radio Indie Awards, voted by the listeners, he won for "Album of the Year" and "Acoustic Artist of the Year" for his acoustic videos.    Most recently Bud released an EP "Setting Sun" which crosses a spectrum of genres, showcasing Bud's versatility! Bud plays all instruments, wrote all the songs, and produced the EP himself!   

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