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In 2011, Pete met French singer Séverine Casati who was also battling with the day-to-day monotony of a full-time job rather than fulfilling her love of music. Pete remembered promising Séverine that if, one day, he formally embarked on a music career, she would be the first person he would call to sing in his band. As chance would have it, three years later she indeed was the first person he contacted with regard to his new music project – Late Nite Cable.
Séverine Casati, who was born in Westfield, NJ, moved with her family back to France at the age of five. She was raised near Versailles, a suburb of Paris, where she began singing and expressing her love for music at the age of seven when she began piano lessons. Seduced by African-American music, Séverine's first inspiration was Louis Armstrong.
She studied classical music and jazz for 12 years in a conservatory of music where she also performed as a soloist beginning at age 10. Her influences are Portishead, The Cranberries, Radiohead, Muse, Nina Simone, Ben Harper, Jeff Buckley, Sting, Dido, Sixto Rodriguez, Amy Winehouse and Eddie Vedder.
After living in Mexico and Montreal where she continued singing in a number of folk and pop bands, Séverine finally settled down in New York City in 2011, which had been her dream venue since she was very young. As the founding members of Late Nite Cable, Pete and Séverine, along with their live band, plan to make a big splash in the synth pop and electronic pop market.
Equipped with an EP that will be released in September 2015 and with a few additional singles to be released soon thereafter, they plan to continue releasing a significant amount of content throughout the rest of 2015 and 2016.
Friday, July 31st 1:30pm EDT ~ Tell Me a Story welcomes Lee Markham, a volunteer at Monroe Public Access Cable Television (MPACT) in Monroe, Michigan, who will share his story about his 22 years as a volunteer producer and crew person at the station. He will talk about why he sees public access TV and radio as a vehicle for free speech, and an opportunity for ordinary citizens to gain a voice in the local community, and his personal experiences both in front of and behind the camera. Be sure to visit this link to watch Lee’s long running public access program The Lotus Ginkgo Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=132&v=xEWQ3rBHKCE and be sure to friend him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/lotusg. You may recognize MPACT from the recent appearance of Stephen Colbert as host for the MPACT program Only in Monroe https://youtu.be/rVPlMM_aSn4 (millions of views) Tell Me a Story is a presentation of The Magic Happens Radio Network and you can find us at www.themagichappens.com
Jim discusses some of his most popular money saving strategies. How to replace expensive cable TV with free Internet television. How to get a free home phone for life. How Christians can opt out of Obamacare and save 50% or more on health insurance with a Christian medical sharing plan. Jim also shares how to find lost money, including how he found thousands of dollars for one of his relatives.
BUSINESS TALK with Jason Winters and Patrick Dengel feature Douglas Morris, Local Programming Coordinator with Armstrong Cable. Discussions will surround students and small businesses best utilizing different media in promoting their business. Douglas Morris’s principle responsibilities include: producing, shooting, editing, acquiring & coordinating local video programming for the Tri-State location of Armstrong Cable. Seven decades old, the Armstrong Group now employs over 2,300 people across the nation and is an industry leader in many of our fields of endeavor. Armstrong remains a family owned and operated business. Strong management, fiscal responsibility, careful planning and diligent research are hallmarks of the business that make up the Armstrong Group of Companies, ensuring the mission statement of our founder; growth and perpetuity.
Douglas K. Morris
Armstrong overview - http://www.agoc.com/overview.htm
Glen Hurlburt with Greg McRitchie – Cable Car Concerto / Rhapsody of Fisherman's Wharf
Link to listen and enjoy:
A: Cable Car Concerto
Label: Golden Gate Records – 1001
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
Genre: Jazz Pop
This song, written and performed by blind pianist Glen Hurlburt and orchestra,
Was released at a time when some local politicos were considering scrapping many of the cable car lines.
B: Rhapsody of Fisherman's Wharf
All credit due to the artist and musicians and Golden Gate Records
No profit or income derived from this podcast.
Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners? Contact me at: www.Facebook.com/s3productions2. I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way
Herb Caen, San Francisco's foremost newspaper columnist, rumored it. Roger Lapham, San Francisco's "infrequently beloved" businessman mayor, confirmed it. Friedel Klussmann, the President of the San Francisco Federation of the Arts, stopped it.
The issue was a simple one; should San Francisco in 1947 keep the city-owned Powell Street cable cars running? In this environment Glen Hurlburt, a blind pianist, penned his "Cable Car Concerto." A concert orchestra played the "Cable Car Concerto." Hurlburt's "Concerto" cleverly takes us on round trip ride on the Powell-Mason cable from Market Street to the Fisherman's Wharf and back. Enjoy!
Cable television is being used to subvert, and systematically corrupt, and even destroy America, and the average American is totally oblivious to this fact. Cable TV influences every aspect of American life. Cable TV, and mass media, influences the type of shoes and clothes we wear, the TV shows we watch, whatkind of friends we have, whatkind of mates and spouses we find attractive, the type of job we have, the kind of food we eat, the type of home we live in, the kind of car we drive, and even whatkind of politicians we like and choose to vote for. Cable TV (lately) has been used by the power elite to wage political campaigns such as Obama's war on the 2nd Amendment, demonizing Israel, villianizing law enforcement, (Ferguson) (NYC) promoting Islam, degarding and criticizing Christianity, as well as promoting various other agendas. The power of 24/7 news networks and Mass media in general has enormous influence in the average Americans life. Tonight's show will discuss how the Cable TV industry, Mass Media in general is in fact setting up the New World Order and how unaware the average cable subsciber is of it.
Let's be honest......The media....NOT THE ELECTORATE will elect the next POTUS! The media will elect most Federal offices. The media will have a major impact on state and local elections. The electorate - aka "We the People" have become sheeple in this process. That is the simple truth.
Main stream media, cable news providers, talk radio, etc etc pick and choose the information they want the people to know. The so-called "freedom of the press" has become the public relations/marketing department for the polticial establishment and the various special interest.
Main Stream Media
Fox News - Cable News
CNN - Cable News
The Blaze - Cable/Internet News
Talk Radio - Glenn Beck, Mark Levin, Laura Ingraham, Rush Limbaugh, etc etc etc
When was the last time any of these news outlets honestly reported the facts about elections or candidates? They violate FCC regs that require they must support the public interest. This would mean reporting all the facts not just the ones the political establishment wants them to report. News - aka Freedom of the Press is a for profit business. Thus, today's news outlets are controlled by those who pay their bills. The political establishment has substantial influence and control over the news we hear. Thus, we no longer have "Freedom of the Press". This is more proof, the American experiment is over and America is dying.
Talk Radio is OPINION, but is frequently passed off as FACTS.
If you disagree with any of the above statement, please call in and explain why I am wrong.
I want to be wrong, but that is not the way I see it in 2016.