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Tommy Stephenson is coming back for Part 2 of his interview this Saturday January 31st 2015 on The Celebefex Show™ @ 12 noon in L.A., 2pm in Memphis, 3pm in New York and 8pm in London ! All Music Lovers need to Tunein and all Rock and Rollers get ready to have fun!
Tommy is a world class keyboardist with 15 Gold & Platinum albums to his credit. He has recorded and toured the world with such artists as Tommy Bolin & Energy, Joe Walsh & Barnstorm, The Eagles, Eric Clapton, Albert King, Albert Collins, John Lee Hooker, B.B.King, Muddy Waters,Joe Cocker, Van Morrison, Paul Butterfield , Rick Danko & most members of "The Band", Gary Wright, Poco, Chuck Berry, Phil Brown, Big Momma Thornton, The Pointer Sisters and many more!
Former San Franciscan and currently Venice, CA-based PEACH is at the forefront of female-fronted blues acts performing both modern and old-time blues, with an All-Star band of musicians featuring keyboardist Ken Stange (Joe Cocker); bassist Del Atkins (Pointer Sisters, James Ingram); drummer Tom Walsh (America; Spyro Gyra) and guitarist Jamie James (The Kingbees; Dennis Quaid & The Sharks). PEACH - A headliner at last year's Real Blues Festival - has recorded with Taj Mahal, Marty Grebb (The Buckinghams), Reggie McBride (Elton John), Joey Delgado (Delgado Brothers), Garth Hudson (The Band) and Paul Barrere (LIttle Feat). She has co-written with Keb' Mo' and Marty Grebb. PEACH is a past Los Angeles Music Awards, Rockwired Radio Awards, All Access Magazine Music Awards, and South Bay Music Awards recipient.
PEACH has just recorded two great new videos, "Today I Sing The Blues" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7s8wlhegA3c) and "Never Make Your Move Too Soon" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaazkVreTo4). Her soulful, seductive live recording of "It Meant Nothin'," a song she co-wrote with well-known bluesman, Keb' Mo' that’s been viewed by over 284,000 people since it posted on YouTube in June - http://www.youtube.com/watch?
Amy Beth celebrates the sound and cultural influences of The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll in honor of the 80th anniversary-on January 8- of Elvis Presley’s birthday.
We also take on the cultural sideshow with commentary on top news stories. And we pay tribute to Joe Cocker, and offer Inspiration to Action Challenge shout-outs.
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On Sunday January 4th 2015 at 10 PM Europe Time, 9 PM UK Time, 4 PM EST, 3 PM CST, 2 PM MST, 1 PM PST Wacko Bob of The Wacko Radio Network is pleased to produce the next episode of the Entertainment Review Radio Show hosted by John Jeff Brandyberry and Willy The Beast Forrest heard on BlogTalkRadio
With the recent passing of Joe Cocker the influence of getting A Little Help from My Friends is the inspiration for the show as drummer Chris Challice Gravity Mob Heroes Killinger "Official Band Page") is the guest on the program to enter the new year .
Goodbye 2014 Hello 2015! In this edition of RRR we talk about changes in the show and in our personal lives for the up comming year. Also we will be saying goodbye to a main stay here on RRR. Join the early New years party. The first year of the Random Radio Revolution is comming to an end come celebratre with us and as usual our phone lines are open for what-ever is on your mind. We don't call it a revolution for nothing Happy New Year! .............................Viva la Revolution!
12/23/14: On this Christmas edition some tunes to get you into the spirit as we cover the very latest in Sony Pictures releasing "The Interview" in select theaters and VOD! Thoughts on Ryback responds in-depth to CM Punk's tasteless comments! Podcast! Lee shares what he's most thankful for this holiday season! Sad week in music as legendary singer Joe Cocker dies at the age of 70! And of course the very latest in wrestling and enterainment headlines!
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All pet lovers have to face the death of their pets, sooner or later. Other people may not understand the loss of a beloved best friend. They may say "it's just a dog," or "it was only a cat, not a child" or even "Get over it already, it was a pet, not a person."
But when we lose an animal, we also lose the companionship, comfort, security and unconditional love of our best friend. This loss of a pet is devasting, as only another pet parent can know. The pain of that loss is very deep and real to the person or persons who considered the dog a member of the family.
The loss can be as emotionally significant as the loss of a close human relative. Loving and kind people care about both humans and animals.
When Is The Time To Get A New Dog?
While an animal companion can never be "replaced" it is important that the people involved are emotionally ready to welcome another companion into the family. In this podcast Judy Helm Wright and Judy Cameron will be discussing the signs and signals that your spirit is ready to invite a new animal into your life.
In a supportive atmosphere we will provide a forum to help you make the decision when the right time is to welcome a new pet, while still honoring the life of the pet you lost.
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Judy & Judy
Legendary Eliot Lewis keyboard player from Hall & Oats
Eliot Lewis (born March 10, 1962) is an American rock, R&B and soul singer, keyboardist, guitarist, bassist, drummer, songwriter, and producer. He is best known for his work with Average White Band (1989-2002) and Hall & Oates (2003-present). Lewis is also an integral part of Live From Daryl's House, a monthly Internet-based show hosted by Daryl Hall that is now carried by several television and cable networks across the United States.Contents
2 Average White Band
3 Hall & Oates
4 Live From Daryl's House
5 Solo artist
Lewis grew up in Norwalk, CT, the youngest of three children, in what he describes as a very musical environment. Although his mother was a classical pianist, Lewis’ first instrument was the drums, which he discovered at age 10. When he was 12 years old, he formed his first band, Take Off, with three childhood friends. The father of Take Off’s bass player worked for several major record labels and was instrumental in exposing young Eliot to many of the artists of the day, including The Who, Elton John, and Alice Cooper. He even arranged a jam session for the boys at his house with Peter Frampton.
At age 16, Lewis picked up the guitar and began writing his own songs. A few years later, he taught himself keyboards and bass, and learned to program synthesizers. Today, Lewis plays five instruments, and is a completely self-contained songwriter and musician.In his early 20s, Lewis was introduced to Dan Hartman, a singer, songwriter, and record producer responsible for hits such as "Free Ride," "Relight My Fire," and "I Can Dream About You." Lewis began working with Hartman, like Joe Cocker’s Unchain My Heart and Tina Turner’s Simply the Best.
Another voting day in Tennessee. All of us should be so lucky to just sit around and come up with cocker-spaniel amendments. So let's see what we'll have to "tackle" throug this time at the polls.
Amendment 1 gives the State more control over regulating abortions? Will this shut down Abortion Clinics?
Amendment 2 will allow the Governor (Haslam) to appoint Judges. They won't be nominated anymore, and we won't get to say who gets to be a Judge. The Federal Government still nominates Judges. So why does Tennessee feel that we don't need to? Will this bring back Discrimination?
Amendment 3, IF YOU VOTE YES, means that the State of Tennessee will never ever have a State Income or State Payroll Tax. This means that people who live in Mississippi and Arkansas and still work in Tennessee and never have to pay a single penny in taxes. If passed, will this mean more PROPERTY TAXES, for the already burdened HOMEOWNER?
And finally, Amendment 4 is a doozie. It paves the way for 501(C)(19) organization to allow lotteries to raise money. WHAT???? I'll bet you a dollar and a quarter that almost all of you do't even know what kind of organization this is?
Well, we will have all of the answers for you this Friday at 7:00pm. State Representative Joe Towns is stopping by the show to tell us the "REAL" meanings of these Amendments.
Co-Host Sybil Marie Presley, Radio Personalities Sharon Coleman and Larone Woodard will be in the studio with their sessions.
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Eliot Lewis (born March 10, 1962) is an American rock, R&B and soul singer, keyboardist, guitarist, bassist, drummer, songwriter, and producer. He is best known for his work with Average White Band (1989-2002) and Hall & Oates (2003-present). Lewis is also an integral part of Live From Daryl's House, a monthly Internet-based show hosted by Daryl Hall that is now carried by several television and cable networks across the United States.Lewis grew up in Norwalk, CT, the youngest of three children, in what he describes as a very musical environment. Although his mother was a classical pianist, Lewis’ first instrument was the drums, which he discovered at age 10. When he was 12 years old, he formed his first band, Take Off, with three childhood friends. The father of Take Off’s bass player worked for several major record labels and was instrumental in exposing young Eliot to many of the artists of the day, including The Who, Elton John, and Alice Cooper. He even arranged a jam session for the boys at his house with Peter Frampton.
In his early 20s, Lewis was introduced to Dan Hartman, a singer, songwriter, and record producer responsible for hits such as "Free Ride," "Relight My Fire," and "I Can Dream About You." Lewis began working with Hartman, collaborating on music for some of the day’s top stars and working on albums like Joe Cocker’s Unchain My Heart and Tina Turner’s Simply the Best.
A few years later, Lewis inked his first publishing deal with Sony Tunes, where he collaborated with many other songwriters, including Porter Carroll Jr. of the band Atlantic Starr. After several years with Sony, Lewis signed with Warner Chappell Music, then produced a number of releases for RCA.
Dr O talks with guest, Mary Sanders founder of Senior Spaniel Rescue.
(DRY EYE SYNDROME)
Does your pet have dry eye? According to dvm360 Magazine , dry eye is a condition in which the tear production is decreased or absent. Common clinical signs associated with this disease are: Conjunctival redness,Squinting or holding the eye completely closed, Constant blinking, A thick, sticky discharge that is often yellowish or greenish in color,Corneal cloudiness creating a dull sheen to the eye(s),Corneal vascularization, pigmentation and scarring.
Some breeds of dogs, such as the American Cocker Spaniel, Miniature Schnauzer, Poodle, Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apso, Pug, Westhighland White Terrier, and English Bulldog are predisposed to this disease due to genetic factors
To get more information or to schedule an appointment to have your pet's eyes examined, call (562) 943-3728. You can visit our website at http://www.americananimaleye.com.