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Join us this evening as we expose the persecution and false charges levied against Cary Crittendon in California. Cary is currently held at Elmwood Correctional Facility charged with parole violations (non-specific). A May 4th hearing has been scheduled to allow the prosecutor time to fabricate other charges. The intent? To sentence Cary to a long period in prison for exposing the corruption of a sitting judge with a long history of corruption.
Later in the show: Doug Franks will join us to talk about the recent victim's symposium that took place in Florida where families that had been targeted had an actual opportunity to speak at length about the abuses they had endured at the hands of predatory guardians and the infamous BAR Association, along with the corruption of the probate courts facilitated by hand-picked "judges".
Should be an interesting show!
Another Wednesday brings us to another amazing trip down memory lane. In the not so distant past, Ron Isley, also known as Mr. Bigs, reintroduced himself to a newer audience with R. Kelly in the Down Low video and Contagious. Tonight, we look at the entire career of the Isley Brothers.
One of the most influential, gifted and diverse artists in the history of R&B/ Pop music, The Isley Brothers represent the quintessential of true artistry and the quality of class in all genres of music, that still continues to reach music lovers worldwide. Join T-Mitch, Q-Man and The Chancellor of Soul, Mike Boone, for an evening of discussion on the music and legacy tof The Isley Brothers
SHOW # 265 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"
We begin the show with Couch Kid Too Slim (Tim Langford), who will give us a health update and let us know about the great shows he has scheduled for the rest of 2015!
Then Dick LeMasters will join me. Dick is from Texas and offers a mix of Americana, Roots, Rock and Blues on his album One Bird, Two Stones. We'll talk to Dick about growing up in Porrt Arthur, TX and his journey down the musical highway while we listen to songs from the album.
Cary Morin has been described as "one of the best acoustic pickers on the scene today". He has reprsented the Colorado Blues Society at the 2014 & 2015 IBCand is a part of the Music Maker Relief Foundation. His latest album Tiny Town was released in January of this year. I get to speak with Cary about his remarkable career and his new album.
I learned of Anne Harris by way of her incredible contribution to the new Jeff Jensen album. her violin took the song "Ash & Bone" to a whole new level. She has jsut released Come Hither a collection of 9 originals that defy definition. Anne has spent time with Otis Taylor and has received accolades across her career and 5 previous albums. She and I will explore her sound and career.
The Couch Kid Smokin' Joe Kubek returns to The Couch to talk about what he and Bnois King have been up to since we last spoke while we delve into their latest release, Fat Man's Shine Parlor.
Tonight is a rebroadcast of the show Bonnie did Sunday featuring Cary and Gretchen...After the show...we will entertain calls for discussion...
Join us for stimulating conversation!
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Willie "Too Big" Hall is an American drummer, best known for being a member of the Blues Brothers band. Hall began his career as a drummer in 1965, while still in high school. He played with the Bar-Kays band and Isaac Hayes's band The Movement. In the seventies, as part of the Stax-Volt Recording Section Team from 1968–77, Hall backed dozens of major Stax artists on recordings, including The Emotions, Little Milton, Carla and Rufus Thomas, Johnnie Taylor, The Staple Singers, Albert King and Isaac Hayes. Hall produced Hayes' last Stax album, and did percussion on Hayes' albums Hot Buttered Soul and The Isaac Hayes Movement, as well as his Theme from Shaft.
Yes, Willie Hall will be in the studio this Friday, March 20th, 2015 at 7:00 pm(cst). We'll talk with Willie and find out what it was like to star in such an epic classic as "The Blues Brothers Movie". We'll also find out about what he is doing today, and what epic ventures he has planned for the future.
Also in the studio with me will be my Co-Host Sybil Marie Presley, Memphis' own Tennessee Stressbuster. And. . . we know that that we can count on our funny but most loved radio personality Rev. Douglas Martin.
So tune in and don't miss the action!
Word is, even the best friend of Willie Hall may show up in the studio? Who is That????
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This week's topic on Conversations with Good Brothers: "Is it possible for people to stay friends after their romantic relationship has ended?" Join hosts Darnell Ramsey and Shawn Francis-Coleman for a great discussion. Call in to offer your thoughts at 929-477-3860.
Tonight Bonnie welcomes back author Cary Black, author of “Katrina—A Freight Train Screamin’,” and his lovely wife, Gretchen Schott, who is a musical performer and writer. This year marks the 10 year anniversary of Huricane Katrina, one of the worst hurricanes to ever hit Louisianna destroying lives and homes forever.
Katrina—A Freight Train Screamin’ is a most inspirational book to honor those people who rescued others during Hurricane Katrina's destruction ten years ago in some of our Southern states--especially Louisiana. Since Cary was last with us, he met his beautiful wife Gretchen which ironically was through the writing of the book. Cary and Gretchen have become a team not only in marriage, but also in writing, music, and hosting their own radio show. Gretchen and her family were victims of the Hurricane, and tonight we'll hear about the heroism and strength of the people through this crisis.
Cary and Gretchen have co-authored a children's book about Katrina titled French Quarter Tori and the Red Owl that we will discuss,
Join Darnell Ramsey, MSW, and Shawn Francis-Coleman, MS PC, for the “Conversations With Good Brothers Talk Show” every Tuesday at 8:30 PM ET. This week's topic is: "Is too much emphasis placed on sports in the African American community?" To join the conversation dial: 1-929-477-3860. We look forward to hearing from you during the show! Your feedback is important to us. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments or show ideas! Make sure to like us here: https://m.facebook.com/ConversationsWithGoodBrothers?_rdr
Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, is the Executive VP of the New York Board of Rabbis. Father Brian McWeeney is Director of Ecumenical Affairs and Inter-Religious Activities for the Archchdiocese of New York. They are brothers in faith - the Jewish Faith and the Christian Faith.
The point of today's show is to inspire you to have brothers and sisters in faith, regardless of your religion, race or creed. Those of you who want to see a better world, a world of peace and harmony, should join together to get out this beautiful message.
Far to many people, worldwide, are creating havoc in the world. There is still countless cases of Anti-Semitism and the murder of faithful Christians who refuse to convert and abandon their religion. It cost them their lives.
As a peace loving individual, is there anything you can do to make a difference? Is there anything you can do to make the world a better place? Let's exlore this and see if you can impact the world, one person and one positive action at a time.
sIgNoThEtIMEs w THE BROTHERS OF THE SUN ILLITERACY DISCUSSION PART II EDUCATION!
FRIDAY APRIL 17, 2015 6:00PM EASTERN PLEASE JOIN US FOR PART II OF THE DISCUSSION ON ILLITERACY. WE WILL FOCUS ON EDUCATION AND THE IMPORTANCE OF GETTING DOWN THE BASICS OF READING WRITING AND ARITHMATIC..... TAKING EDUCATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL .... DO WE NEED TO CHANGE THE WAY WE ARE TEACHING? MORE HANDS ON? WHY IS MORE MONEY BEING SPENT ON EDUCATION, BUT OUR CHILDREN ARE BEING DUMBED DOWN? WHAT'S UP WITH COMMON CORE? ARE STATE TESTS MANDATORY? WHERE ARE WE WEAKEST, WHERE WE SHOULD BE THE STRONGEST AT? GETTING TO THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM......
This week on Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years After, We are honored and pleased to have Bonnie Kaye come on the show as a host to interview Gretchen and I. Bonnie was the original patron of the Heroes of Katrina show we did several years ago. Without her support, wisdom, advise, and encouragement, the show would likely have never been, nor would be, now.
Cary met Bonnie through her efforts to support literally hundreds of independent authors who faced significant losses in revenue due to the fraudulant practices of Airleaf Publishing. Over the years she has become a close friend to both Cary and Gretchen.
We are excited to have Bonnie on as a host...this show brings us back around to where we started in 2010. So please join us Wednesday evening for a show where Cary and Gretchen give their "Then and Now" account and discuss new and upcoming projects with Bonnie Kaye.
Cary talks about:
Reboot for the remainder of the semester Set new goals. Talk to people about your goals.
Looking forward to a career in Public R