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Riverside Records was an important part of the jazz scene during their relatively short life (1952 to 1964) and their catalog is now part of the Concord Music Group, which recently released a set of five commemorative albums. These Classic Jazz Musical Show will feature tracks from Cannonball Adderley and a host of other great Jazz musicians.
Her passion for speed and competition runs deep! From Aberdeen, SD; Brittney Olsen spent her childhood dreaming of being like her role model, Shirley Muldowney. From the age of 3 years old, Brittney was determined to be a fast a furious female board track racer. Her interest in Antique motorcycles is shared by her husband Matt and their little daredevil son, Lockheed who is going to be 2 years old. Brittney’s 20th Century Racing Team took four 1st place and four 2nd place trophies in the AMA’s Black Hills Flat Track races this year during the Sturgis Rally. 2016 promises to be a special year for Brittney starting with an unveiling of a David Uhl painting of her in Las Vegas on January 7th. We will get to talk about that as well as celebrate her birthday LIVE during the show on January 12th! You can submit questions before or during the show that will be asked live by posting them on Facebook at: Vicki Sanfelipo AKA Spitfire.
My guest this week is Felicia Morgan, a free spirited contributing editor for Thunder Press magazine. Felicia spends her life on the road, going wherever the action is. She photographs and reports on events and in doing so became involved with the Motorcycle Cannonball Ride. Felicia not only reports on motorcycle events but she loves every aspect of it. She rides a bagger but is reporting on Chopperfest and stopping to visit antique motorcycle riding friends on the way. Her writing style draws you in to her experience in a way that makes you feel like you were there but don’t be fooled. This Big hearted woman will swat you like a Mama Grizzly Bear if you get out of line….
You can submit questions before or during the show that will be asked live by posting them on Facebook at: Vicki Sanfelipo AKA Spitfire.
Ed will be performing the music of Todd Rundgren this Thursday in NYC.
THE MUSIC OF TODD RUNDGREN featuring THE ED PALERMO BIG BAND
Thursday, Jan 07, 2016 8:00 PM EST, Iridium, New York, NY
Ed Palermo’s Big Band has been together since 1980 and has been playing and honing the music of Frank Zappa (among other composers) for fifteen years, mainly in performance at the Bottom Line and Iridium nightclubs in New York City.
Their CDs, The Ed Palermo Big Band Plays the Music of Frank Zappa (If you have a copy, it’s now a collector’s item!!!), ‘Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance’ and the newly released ‘Eddy Loves Frank’ are concepts of love for the complex music of Frank Zappa. These crafty interpretations by the Ed Palermo Big Band stand as a testament to the longevity and originality of Zappa and his music. This music drives on its spontaneity and unpredictability. Palermo and his band bring this volatile music to life in a deft and powerful way, making it their own.
Made up of top New York musicians, the CDs also feature guest soloists: ‘Zappa-alums’ guitarist Mike Keneally and vibraphonist Dave Samuels, saxophonists Bob Mintzer and Chris Potter and guitarist Mike Stern.
Palermo has recorded two other critically-acclaimed big band albums and worked with Tito Puente, Tony Bennett, Mel Torme, Lena Horne and arranged music for James Brown for a concert at the Hollywood Bowl in L.A. that took place 3 months before he died. His approach was influenced by Todd Rundgren, Cannonball Adderley, Neil Young, Edgar Winter, Nelson Riddle, Charles Tolliver, Gene Ammons and Brian Wilson. His devotion to eclectic roots also includes classical composers such as Prokofiev and Shostakovich.
Join Apostle Natalie Young for " A Jazzy Holiday with Charles Walker on The Power of Persuasion " Enjoy the vibrant sound of Saxophonist Charles Walker for your next event. Born in Hueytown, Alabama, Charles began playing the saxophone at the age of twelve. Two years later at the age of fourteen, his unique skills and passion for music opened the door of opportunity for him to begin playing at the Hopewell Baptist Church in Wylam, Alabama. Charles quickly became one of Birmingham’s most sought after saxophonist. Grover Washington Jr., Cannonball Adderly, Kirk Whalum and Gerald Albright. Charles’ undeniable talent quickly became the talk of Birmingham and the city was abuzz with the name “Charles Walker”. Charles has opened for Smokie Norful and Donnie McClurkin. His name remains on the lips of many artists across the country. Email : email@example.com
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Special Guests: Lonnie Isam Jr, Event Promoter: Motorcycle Cannonball
Jason Sims, Event Staff: Motorcycle Cannonball
Alan Stulberg, Revival Cycles
In the early 1900's one man was the name in transcontinental record-setting motorcycle and automobile runs. This man crossed the wild American landscape numerous times in feats of stamina, skill, and devotion unlike any other. Imagine riding coast-to-coast aboard a 1915 Indian, or 1923 Ner-A-Car in just mere days, when there were no real paved roads. More than 100 transcontinental speed records for both autos and cars are attributed to Erwin "Cannonball" Baker.
Since 2010, a world-class racing event has taken the motorcycle world by storm. This event is the ultimate challenge of man and machine, and is a tribute to "Cannonball" Baker's record-setting cross-country trips. TheMotorcycle Cannonball is the brainchild of Lonnie Isam, Jr, and has been undertaken by a field of enthusiasts three separate times now. In 2010, motorcycles manufactured prior to 1916 crossed America from Kitty Hawk, NC to Santa Monica, CA. 2012 saw the second running of the event from Newburgh, NY to San Francisco, CA for machines built prior to 1930. Last September, pioneering enthusiasts from all over the world conquered America once again, traveling from Daytona Beach, FL to Tacoma, WA aboard machines built prior to 1937.
Special Guests: David Lloyd, vintage collector, restorer, and Motorcycle Cannonball finisher
One of the most rewarding experiences in owning a vintage motorcycle is being able to kick the starter pedal (or push the electric starter button), select a gear and find a backroad. Riding a vintage machine brings a whole new aspect to the joy in owning one. For many, it provides a deep connection to history, for others it brings the feeling of a time warp. However, the all-too-real risk of owning and riding an old motorcycle is that of mechanical failure leaving you stranded on the side of the road. While these unfortunate experiences become lessons to be learned from and laughed at later down the road, it certainly can be frustrating, and at times dangerous. So in the first installment of our monthly tech series, we are going to focus on how to properly, and safely, prepare your motorcycle for a season of two wheeled fun. Additionally, we will cover some of the most common roadside fixes and troubleshooting processes in solving the problem that ails your motorcycle. Joining the show to head up this discussion is none other than Mr. David Lloyd, who is an avid collector, builder, and rider of antique motorcycles. David is most definitely qualified to cover this important subject, as he has completed a massive amount of vintage rides, including the famed Motorcycle Cannonball.
Buzz Kanter is Editor-In-Chief and Publisher of American Iron Magazine, American Iron Garage, and Motorcycle Rides & Culture magazine. He was inducted into the AMA’s Hall of Fame in 2002. Buzz is a true lover of vintage motorcycles. He launched the Stamford Connecticut based TAM Communications ina spare bedroom in 1989 publishing “Old Bike Journal” and then two years later bought the nearly dead 2 year old American Iron Magazine which focuses on American bikes such as Harley Davidson and Indian brands. In 1993 he added RoadBike (renamed Motorcycle Rides & Culture a couple of years ago) for riders of all makes and those who enjoy cruising. I met Buzz (#15) on the 2014 Cannonball Ride as he rode his 1936 Harley VLH from Daytona FL to Tacoma Washington.
Many of us have ridden coast to coast. We do it on Harley-Davidson Ultra Classics, BMW R1200GS's, Honda Gold Wings or RT's. Our guest tonight has done it many times. It is always an adventure whatever we choose to ride. Norm Nelson defines an adventure motorcyclist.
His prize 1958 Harley-Davidson Sportster has been his choice for two coast to coast rides to Alaska including all the way up the Alcan Highway. The interesting thing is those two trips were 25 years apart!
Norm has competed in two coast to coast Motorcycle Cannonball twice. In his first effort he finished third. His second try resulted in a second place finish. In 2016, Norm Nelson will compete in his third Motorcycle Cannonball. This time he will be riding a 1911 Reading Standard 500cc Single cylinder, single speed motorcycle that is little more than a bicycle frame with about 5 horsepower.
All motorcycle road racers would like to say they have won at the World Center of Racing, Daytona International Speedway. Norm Nelson has 7 wins at Daytona. Six of those victories were on a 1950 Norton Manx!
In this edition of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone powered by Crosley Brands, we learn a great deal about a true adventure touring motorcyclist. Meet Norman Frederick Nelson!
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Our guest this week will be Mike Carson of Carson Classics who has been collecting antique motorcycles for 19 years. Located just north of Houston, Texas, CCM is a private museum collection of more than 90 vintage, veteran, and century-era motorcycles owned by the father and son team of Mike and Buck Carson. Over more than 15 years, Mike and Buck have collected, restored, showed and ridden antique motorcycles of all different marquees in numerous unique events across the United States. In 2012, CCM entered the second running of the Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance run and rode that event again in 2014. Mike likes to step back and allow his son to shine in many ways but don’t let him fool you, Mike’s personality is as big as Texas!
These two Authors will get together and discuss how man and woman can maintain themselves until marriage. A lot of what it's here... but, they will have a great dialogue
Can people over come crossing the line?
Accountability, boundaries, and guarding your gateways prevent or help people to over come crossing the line. Accountability - having that one person that you are transparent with that will tell you right from wrong and hold you to your true intent. Boundaries - everyone knows their cheese. What causes one person to cross the line will not cause another person to cross the line. So when you know that something causes you to cross the line then you stay away or flee from that. Guarding your gateways - taking extreme caution into what you listen to and hear. For example, if certain programs or songs put you in a particular mood that will cause you to cross the line then don't watch or listen to it.
My guest this week will be Masyn Moyer from Colorado. What does Masyn do? Well, she writes for Motorcycle publications, she is a Principle in Large Marge Media & Promotions, she owns Sault Factory which is a boutique line of vintage inspired motorcycle riding apparel and accessories for women and is the owner of Urban Pearl Salon. She lives in Denver area but I see her everywhere! Masyn was asked to join a video project featuring Women and Motorcycling called Driven to Ride. What I know most about this smiley gal is that there is more to her than you can see with the eye. I intent to get the Inside Scoop! Join my facebook page to see more pictures and have the opportunity to ask questions.