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Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Electric Pop Singer Jayne Ava to the Show.
Jayne Ava’s eclectic sound can be described as soulful, electronic pop fueled by a large range of emotions. Raised by music loving parents, she has always been in awe of artists on a broad spectrum ranging from Patti LaBelle to Prince to Queen, and Cheap Trick. She also cites Gwen Stefani, Pink, The Scissor Sisters, The Spice Girls, Alanis Morissette, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Gossip as immense musical influences. It was these impeccable musical talents who made her realize that music had to be her future.
Jayne Ava was given the opportunity to work with esteemed producer, Prince Saheb, on her upcoming EP, March. Saheb has been taking the music industry by storm since working with influential artists such as, Lil Kim, Jay Sean, Rick Ross, Ray J and Brandy to name a few. March is set for release later this fall.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Jordan Lake, lead vocalist of Seattle based electro-pop band Craymer.
Craymer’s music has been featured on MTV, E!, Oxygen and ABC Family. They have toured the west coast; opening for acts such as Noah Gundersen, Jaymes Young, and Branches, as well as receiving radio play on over 200 college radio stations. Their sound has been compared to bands like Barcelona, citing Keane and Death Cab for Cutie among others as their main influences.
JOIN ME TONIGHT ON POP SCOTT TALKZ SHOW. GREAT INTERVIEWS, NEW MUSIC, BUILDING STRONGER RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FAMILIES..GUEST ARTISTS: MARY WILLIAMS, AND ZONDRE FRAZIER SHARING THEIR NEW PROJECTS..
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Tonight Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Everett Coast (Pop /Folk) out of Southern CA
Everett Coast, the acoustic guitar driven duo of woven voices and fused songwriting, was founded in early 2011 by singer-songwriters, Danny Byrne and Josh Misko. Everett Coast writes and produces all their own original material as well as co-writes across a wide variety of music genres from pop and hip-hop to folk and country. Influenced by such artists as John Mayer, Jason Mraz, The Avett Brothers and Mumford and Sons, Everett Coast creates with the intention to not only stay current in today’s music industry but to also keep the influence of the greats, such as America, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, The Everly Brothers, and of course, Simon and Garfunkel.
JOIN ME ON POP SCOTT TALKZ SHOW, HOSTED BY ME AL SCOTT. BUILDING STRONGER FAMILIES..
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You've probably heard the news by now: the variety TV show Sábado Gigante will end his record-breaking 53-year run on the air come September.
The show started in Chile in 1962, but after moving to Miami in 1986, it became an institution of Latino television in the United States, and a cultural touchstone of the immigrant experience.
But Sábado Gigante was not free of controversy: even when the immediate reactions after the news of the show's cancelation broke were cries of "devastation," as they days went a very different reaction came to light. Several critics expressed their hatred of a show they considered "racist and misogynistic.
Here, José Manuel Simián and Marcelo Báez discuss the impact of the Sábado Gigante on Latino pop culture, and interview blogger Laura Martínez and former member of the show's Clan Infantil, Paz Zárate.
UPDATE: During his interview with Laura Martínez, José Manuel Simián made an implicit reference to Univisión's host Fernando Fiore, who is no longer with the network.
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts, The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actor Ron Thompson, Best known for his work on such shows and movies as "American Pop" "American Me" "Cagney and Lacey" "Ironside" "The Waltons" and SO much more! JOIN US!
JOIN ME AL SCOTT ON POP SCOTT TALKZ SHOW. BUILDING SRTONGER FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH TALKING AND PRAYER. PLUS GREAT INTERVIEWS AND NEW MUSIC..GUEST GOSPEL RECORDING ARTIST: CURTIS BRANSON SHARING HIS NEW PROJECT..
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We talked to the Whiskey Tango dudes at APE back in October and we thought a full interview was in order. We wanted to hear more about these crazy tales of historical Appalachian craziness in comic form. So that's what we're gonna do! Here's a bit more from their website ...
"Our goal at Whiskey Tango Comics is to bring to light styles of storytelling that have laid dormant in American consciousness for much too long. Stories that are soaked in as much blood and bullets as any Wild West tale. These stories, however, do not take place in the openness of the plains and the midwestern deserts. The stories you will find in Whiskey Tango are born in the isolation and struggle of life deep in the valleys of forgotten mountains regions of the U.S..
These are turbulent tales of morality. Stories forged in the fires of the Civil War and the ultimate dismantling of the slave owning south. Stories that runs deep with American Indian mysticism and hillbilly folklore magic as well as the hardships of modern day impoverished realities. These are the stories of the Appalachian Hillbilly, weaved with gothic fantasy and hard boiled noir, that we are here to tell. This is Whiskey Tango."
In addition, we'll cover hillbillies in pop culture! Possibly stuff like "Hey Vern! Remember me?" ;)
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Papi chulo. Hey, papi, ven p’acá. That guy is such a papi. Ay, papi.
There’s so many uses for that word, but what does it mean? Is it a distinctive form of Latino manhood? Is it a stereotype emanated from our pop stars? Is it a good or a bad thing? What’s the difference between being a papi and a Latin lover? Or is it just a Latino twist on being a metrosexual? More importantly, if it is a cheesy attitude or style, can Latinos make fun of other Latinos?
Listen to José Manuel Simián and Marcelo Báez go down the hole of papihood hoping they make it out alive.