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Join us Monday Jan 19th at 11:30am shape where we will bring you filmmaker Phil Healy!
Phil Healy is a Boston based film maker, comedian, and all around no-do-gooder. He's worked on both coasts (Boston, New York, & Los Angeles) on various projects for various companies (MTV Networks, Paramount, Sony, Comedy Central, etc.). His feature length documentary 'My Name Is Jonah' and shorts such as 'Vampire!', 'Accidental Love', and 'Shook' are making their way around the film festival circuit as we speak. Phil co-directed, co-wrote, and co-produced 'My Name Is Jonah' which has already played on 4 continents while on it's film festival run and has been getting great to tepid reviews. You can check out one review from popular cultural websiteBleeding Cool News.
Phil also has a podcast he does with fellow 'My Name Is Jonah' producer Jon Caron called, 'Sock Talk'. They don't talk about socks.
He currently resides in North Reading, MA with his beautiful and thoughtful wife along with their two mischievous wiener dogs. To pay most of his bills, Phil works in Public Access Television teaching community members about video production and how to offend people without really trying as per his online series, 'Video of the Day'.
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Lester Greene was born in Germany and raised in Texas by a military father and a stay-at-home mother. In his younger days, Lester always enjoyed playing sports competitively, until he quickly developed a knack for writing and rapping. Always a natural behind the microphone, it was only a matter of time before he made the transition to acting.
With very little training, Lester has already worked with some powerhouse directors: Phil Allocco, Eric McGinty, Scott Chinn Ben Baker, Kevin Baggott, to name a few.
He has also written and produced songs for IBM and a few feature films. Currently, Lester just completed commercial campaigns for ESPN, NFL, LOGO, and M&T Bank.
Lester just completed and released his first book: "Getting Your Act Together," and he just finished shooting two feature films: "Mad Full of Dreams" (by Kevin Baggott) and "Life is Too Short (by Antoine Allen).
Join us for our next show with actor Timothy J. Cox!
In a career that began when he won the lead role in his eighth grade school musical, something that he auditioned for just to get out of Math class, critically acclaimed character actor Timothy J. Cox has shown no signs of slowing down. The actor, who has called New York City his home for almost 15 years, continues to give lauded performances in numerous stage and film productions, in roles large and small, classical and contemporary. Born in Philadelphia, Cox began studying acting in high school, performing in numerous plays and musicals. Jack Lemmon in Days of Wine and Roses and Donald Sutherland in Ordinary People. Both performances, especially Lemmon's (one of the actor's many idols) had a profound effect on the young actor. Tim continued his acting studies at Marietta College, Ohio and appeared in numerous plays, many of them classical works. Moving to New York City in February of 2001. Since then, he has continued his work in the theatre, but has also appeared in over 50 films, with appearances in numerous independent short and feature films, earning positive reviews from numerous critics, as well as the title ''the Johnny Depp of Indie cinema'' from the independent film site Rogue Cinema. Since 2010, Cox has collaborated on five films with acclaimed writer / director Sean Meehan: Over Coffee,The Beachcomber, You're Not Safe Here, Mallas, MAand the upcoming Total Performance. On the theatre side of things, Cox has collaborated with his good friend, actor / director Lawrence Lesher, on over 10 productions since 2006, including the recent comedy The Asphalt Christmas, which enjoyed an acclaimed run at the Theatre Row Studios back in the end of December.
Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Alex Butler, and Jeffry Sanford on Monday, February 2nd, 2015 at 7 PM Eastern, as they welcome Libertarian Doug Casey.
Best-selling author, world-renowned speculator, and libertarian philosopher Doug Casey, has garnered a well-earned reputation for his erudite (and often controversial) insights into politics, economics, and investment markets.
Doug is widely respected as one of the preeminent authorities on “rational speculation,” especially in the high-potential natural resource sector.
Our call-in number is: (347)-994-2949. Feel free to call in with your questions or thoughts.
Jackie Zeman joins OutTakes to talk about her roles as "Sofia Madison" on the internet series The Bay and "Bobbie Spencer" on ABC's General Hospital.
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in Indie Music
Music superstar Patrick Alan Casey joins Rated G Radio for the Friday Night Dance Party in Hour 1! We'll be showcasing his best selling album Forty Days & Forty Nights! You'll hear hits like HOME and HERO (and lots more!).
In Hour 2 - it's YOUR requests!
Call 323 657-1493 to ask Patrick questions or make a request for hour 2!
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I decided to do a radio show on bullying. It was an after thought to something I remember as a kid in the sixth grade. I was not liked very much, and I was the wrong color. And I was one of the smartest kids in the school for my grade at that time, and I was still a stupid, dumb looking guy.
It took several years for me to get interested in school sports and I finally decided to play football, just because the person who always bullied me played, and it was a controlled way to practice hitting him with the coaches watching. But what happened, is that I got good, really good, fast at hitting harder and then I became the bully and started tormenting the person that use to beat me up. The only practice exercise that I loved was the "meat grinder" and I never lost in the trenches at one-on-one. Never!
Casey Sheahan is senior advisor at Backbone Media and former president and CEO of Patagonia Inc. for eight years. He was previously president of Kelty Inc., vice president of marketing for Merrell Footwear, and category marketing manager at Nike ACG. Sheahan has edited for several outdoor-inspired publications, including Runner’s World, Marathoner, and Nordic World and was editor and publisher of Powder Magazine in the late 1980s. He is aligned with several environmental organizations and served as president of the Conservation Alliance. He is a co-founder along with his wife, Tara, of the Conscious Global Leadership Institute.
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On this episode, we will have Director Casey Crow, Sound Design/Visual Effects Brandon Gene and Actor Matt Willis of the short Klagger. We will ask them about their previous work in the industry, as well as about how the concept for the short Klagger came to be, how in depth they got with the backstory and mannerisms of the character, what the critical response has been and if there are any plans for a feature length film...
We will be reviewing Scream Factory's Blu-Ray Release of Phantom of the Opera , as well as reviewing Kino Lorber's Blu-Ray Release of Black Sunday (AIP U.S. Release Edition!
We will also be featuring several bands in our Mrtal Blade Spotlight!
in Self Help
Get ready to shake your booty and open your heart. KC and The Sunshine Band dominated the 1970s, producing such #1 hits as “Get Down Tonight,” “That’s the Way (I Like It),” “Boogie Shoes.” “Please Don’t Go” and many more. Today on BOLD, Harry Wayne “KC” Casey joins LeGrande to dish about the disco days and chat about his musical messages of love. “I wrote Shake Your Booty as an anthem for empowerment. People sometimes forget that.”
A provocative interview about inspiration, celebrity and finding yourself, Harry reveals the pain he felt when disco was pushed aside and maligned. “The music got such a bad rap but there were songs there that changed the world. Donna Summer and I were very good friends.”
An enormously popular entertainer who still tours the globe, Harry has a brand-new album “Feeling You! The 60s.” Packed full of classic covers, it re-interprets songs from sixties legends Bob Dylan, Ben E. King, The Kinks, the Righteous Brothers, Joni Mitchell, The Supremes and many more.