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Join Natalie Redding and Kimberly McAlindin for a night of laughs and education with guest, Richard Lehmann. Richard spent 30 years as the host of his own radio program in Milwaukee, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Seattle and Kansas City. He was also named by Billboard Magazine as National Air Personality of the Year. Richard has interviewed Movie and Television celebrities as well as 2 US Presidents, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson and many more.
Currently, Richard is the Vice President of “ The American Dutch Rabbit Club “ one of the oldest organizations of its kind. Has bred and showed Dutch Rabbits nationwide since 1975.
Richard has bred hundreds of Grand Champion Dutch Rabbits and won several national awards. In 2013, Richard was also named into the The American Dutch Rabbit Club Hall of Fame.
Being a multi-instrumentalist playing Guitar, Keyboards, Bass, Drums, Mandolin, Sax, Harmonica, Trombone and of course bass pedals Kevin Oliver Jones jumped at the opportunity to join Hats Off To Led Zeppelin and flit between the instruments as John Paul Jones, one of Kevin’s favorite musicians You’ll feel like you’ve traveled back in time when you experience these four top class musicians recreating Led Zeppelin’s magical concerts. As well as being winners a
Jackie Kallen is one of boxing's first and most successful female managers. Her life was the inspiration for the film Against the Ropes in which she had a brief speaking role as a reporter.
A show business journalist for a magazine in the 1970s, Kallen interviewed the Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and countless others. In 1977 she was assigned to interview a boxing prospect from the Kronkgym in Detroit, Michigan, Thomas Hearns. Kallen became fascinated with sports and began working as a sports journalist specializing in boxing.
Kallen spent a decade as Hearns' publicist as Hearns went on to face Sugar Ray Leonard in two championship fights. In the process she became well known around Detroit's boxing circles but met with sexism along the way.
Kallen made her managerial debut with heavyweight Bobby Hitz in 1988. She managed her first champion in 1991, James Toney knocking out Michael Nunn in eleven rounds to win the IBF world Middleweight title. Another Kallen fighter, Bronco McKart, won the WBO world Jr. Middleweight title in 1994.
Her business relationship with Toney was controversial but allowed her to gain celebrity among boxing's hard-core fans. She was featured in Ring and KO Magazine. Kallen referred to Toney many times as someone she loved like a son, but there were rampant rumors that she and Toney did not get along well behind the scenes. The pair had an on and off friendship until their bond was finally broken in the late 1990s.
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Zig Ziglar states that "failure is an event, not a person." This show is about the Famous Failures, people who achieved extraordinary success--people like Abraham Lincoln, Michael Jordan, Henry Ford, Marilyn Monroe, Walt Disney, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein and countless others. This show will inform you, entertain you, surprise you and absolutely inspire you to "be all that you can be" and never give up. Listen to Joyce Barrie's show to further encourage
Announcing the BREAKING NEWS on author Ted Ciuba’s What If Elvis Said That? It a motivational book, reminding us those who achieve monumental things, just like you, are told they can’t do it. Okay, you’re asking ”Do I take a chance? Do I follow my passion, or do I go the predictable route and make sure me and my family are secure? You’ll get a lot of reminders. Sylvester Stallone’s tale of heartbreak and determination is gut wrenching… Michael Jordan
Wednesday, March 12, 3 pm ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds welcomes arguably one of the great guitar players of our time, Roger McGuinn.
Guitar player, singer, songwriter, Roger McGuinn is best known as the lead singer and lead guitarist of The Byrds, today considered by critics to be one of the most influential bands of the 1960s, pioneering the musical genre of folk rock, melding the influence of The Beatles and other British Invasion bands with contemporary and traditional folk music.
McGuinn was voted in the top five on Rolling Stone’s list of greatest guitar players of all time, praised for his chordal 12-string Rickenbacker riffs, the sonic bridge between folk and rock that changed music forever.
Jim McGuinn was a kid from the Windy City when he became interested in music after hearing Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel, which inspired him to pick up the guitar. The rest, as they say, is history. McGuinn would play with The Limeliters, The Chad Mitchell Trio, Bob Dylan, Bo Diddley, Judy Collins and Bobby Darin. He and fellow Byrd members that included Gene Clark, David Crosby, Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman would make songs such as Mr. Tambourine Man, Turn Turn Turn, Eight Miles High and The Ballad of Easy Rider number one hits. In 1991 The Byrds were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Book reviewer and blogger, Lydia Presley of the The Lost Entwife drops in to recommend The Swan Gandola. She also shares a good system for making one's way through Middlemarch! ;) Check out her blog at The Lost Entwife. Lydia's recommendations are: The Swan Gondola by Timothy Schaffert Three Years on Doreen's Sofa by Lee Cataluna This is Paradise by Kristiana Kahakauwila Eric Czuleger, playwright and author, is also featured in this episode. His novel
Thank you for joining the Dave the Mystic Show on 2/3/2014 at 8PM MST! This is the second show in a series. Our returning guest, Shirley, is a medium and will be bringing through celebrities who have died under mysterious circumstances leading many to challenge the official versions. Shirley will be contacting Michael Jackson, Anna Nicole Smith, John Kennedy Jr., and possibly Elvis Presley! Shirley who is an intuitive reader, a medium and an energy worker. It is always a ple