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This week was CMA Week, and Matt and Shawn made sure to party it up! They also promote your chance to win a Justin Timberlake VIP package... in "suits and ties..."
And this week's #NUartist is Jennifer Knapp. Jennifer was at the height of her career when she did what most would consider unthinkable: she took a seven-year hiatus. Now, her unique ability to speak gracefully to music lovers from all walks of life fills a void in the unlikely intersection between the faith and LGBT communities.
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and Dan Butcher, Pundit Press as co-host.
Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
Guest: Doug Briney embodies all things country: His personality is warm and inviting, some would say down-to-earth, recalling the disposition of many a Southern Gentleman from yesteryear. With a 2013 Independent Country Music Association Award, eight months on the Roots Music Report charts, international airplay and live performances at CMA Fest, Rodeo Alaska, The Iditarod, The Grinder’s Switch Hour, Alaska State Fair, Hard Rock Café Nashville, Silver Dollar Saloon and Dan McGuiness’ on Music Row, among countless others, this God-fearing road warrior, with the warm baritone voice and love for all things southern, has released his aptly titled Super Country Cowboy. On this album, Doug has created a tasteful blend of yesterday's traditional country roots and today's radio-friendly contemporary sounds, to invoke all the best that is American: Love of God, Family and the US of A. http://www.dougbriney.com/
This show is dedicated to: Decorated NYPD Officer Brian Moore, who died Monday with his stricken family at his hospital bedside.
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This week On The Networking Diva Hour, we will continue by demand, some tips to get you out of the Holiday funk... How important this time of year is with your business and how my co-host this week can add to that..
This week Gina Kaiser who started Kaiser Advertising with Simply Rewards in 2008 the largest fund raising company in the nation and by doing this thry gain membership to Simply Rewards. Gina also is working with Community Merchants Association since 2012 on the non-profit side - helping schools, churches and various non-profit organizations raise money. Now helping merchants on the for profit side promote their businesses.
Check it out @www.simplyrewards.com.
Please join Miss Catherine as she welcomes in the super talented Doug Briney! Doug is an Award-winning artist who has toured the country from Alaska to Alabama, winning an Independent Country Music Association Award for Best Live Performance and Best Video at the International Music and Entertainment Association Awards. He has appeared at CMA Fest, Hard Rock Cafe Nashville, Silver Dollar Saloon, Iditarod (Alaska), and the Alaska State Fair, performing alongside Bobby G. Rice, Georgette Jones, Ashton Shepherd, Billy Yates, Lulu Roman and many others. He is a Musicians On Call artist, performing for patients in Nashville hospitals. Doug performed on April 2nd at Nashville Palace with Buddy Jewell, Ken Mellons and more. For more information, visit http://www.dougbriney.com.
Chat room will be opened for questions & comments. See you then!
Songwriter and Recording Artist JAMES HOUSE co-wrote Grammy Nominated Country Song of the Year “Ain’t That Lonely Yet” (recorded by Dwight Yoakam) and CMA Nominated Song of the Year “A Broken Wing” (recorded by Martina McBride) along with another smash hit "In A Week Or Two” (recorded by Diamond Rio).
Other artists to record his songs include Tina Turner, Olivia Newton-John, Rod Stewart, The Mavericks and Sara Evans - to name just several.
Born & raised in Sacramento, California, James pursued music in L.A. before making the move to Nashville in the late 1980s. Not long after the move, he was signed to MCA Records, where he began a string of chart hits like “Don’t Quit Me Now” and “Hard Times For An Honest Man.”
A switch to Epic Nashville produced the critically-acclaimed Days Gone By album and yielded the top 5 hit “This Is Me Missing You,” and top 20 singles “Real Good Way To Wind Up Lonesome” and “Little By Little.”
His latest album is entitled Songwriters Serenade. It features 10 songs co-written with James by some of the most successful songwriters in country music. One of the most talked about tracks has James singing the duet "Over Getting Over You" with newcomer Natalie Noone (daughter of famed founder/member of the Herman's Hermits, Peter Noone).
Call 347-215-7225 & discuss YouTube Music Awards that aired today, upcoming CMA Awards that airs Nov. 6th, and also hosting Open Mic Night! So call into the show & share your own Musical skills for the world to hear!!! (sing a song,play an instrument,etc)
A Recap of CMA Music Festival and the following week, including Musicians Corner, Nashville Pride and more! Includes special clips from the week featuring Florida Georgia Line and Striking Matches.
We also feature a special guest appearance from rising pop star Nikki Williams in the studio with us! And Matt and Shawn call their dads to wish them a happy Father's Day.
John Paul (General Manager) from KLOG, KUKN, and 101.5 The Wave, joins Kevin Hunter on The Business Forum Show to discuss the past decades of radio, and how the industry has changed.
John Paul is a fan of compelling, personality driven radio. He got bit by the radio bug when he was 13 and has been involved ever since. Today, He's the General Manager at KUKN, KLOG, and 101.5 The Wave. Prior, he was the Vice President of Programming at Westwood One. He oversaw the Denver based 24/7 formats heard on nearly 1700 affiliate stations across the country and around the world. He was the National Program Director for the syndicated shows "The Lia Show" and "Country Gold with Randy Owen," and sat on the CMA (Country Music Association) Board of Directors, the Radiothon Advisory Board for St. Jude Children's Hospital as well as the Advisory Board for the Ohio School of Broadcasting. John Paul also served as the Agenda Chairman for the Country Radio Seminar in 2010 and 2011.
Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Virginia, Richard Leigh was born into a home filled with domestic violence that ultimately claimed the life of both parents. Richard became an orphan at the tender age of four.
Going from family to family, he sought comfort in the form of music and songwriting. By the time he was ten, he was performing at church and school functions. By the time he was a teen, he was performing in music venues. Despite his humble beginnings, Richard went on to write songs for the greatest country music artists in history, including Ray Charles, George Jones, Alabama, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Dixie Chicks, and more. Award trophies include a Grammy, CMA Award, and Richard is one of only ten songwriters in history to ever receive the Song of the Century award. Arguably his most famous song, Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue, reached #1 on both the Pop and Country charts, earning Richard his first Grammy. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1994. To date, Richard’s music has sold 50 million records and has made fourteen trips into the top ten, including eight #1 hits.
Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright as they talk with Richard Leigh about his humble beginnings and journey into stardom, and learn the story behind his keynote speech Three Minute Miracles: From Orphan to the Hall of Fame on Wednesday, March 18 beginning at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern.
Tonight's Rock The Ville Radio will feature CMA Winner(you catagory) Hollie Schultz.
We will also play music from local bands and singer/songwriters.
Shattered Sounds Promotions will let you know what's happening in the live local music scene this week!
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