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Please join us tonight as we try to understand the horrific attack that took place today in Paris, In-Town editor Collin Kelley will help us to understand more about today's events.
Collin Kelley is the author of The Venus Trilogy of novels – Conquering Venus, Remain In Light and the forthcoming Leaving Paris – published by Sibling Rivalry Press.
Remain In Light was the runner-up for the 2013 Georgia Author of the Year Award in Fiction and a 2012 finalist for the Townsend Prize for Fiction. His numerous awards include the Georgia Author of the Year Award, Deep South Festival of Writers Award and Goodreads Poetry Award,
Kelley’s poetry, reviews, essays and interviews have appeared in magazines, journals and anthologies around the world, and he has been a speaker at literary events and universities in the US and abroad.
Kelley is also the editor of Atlanta InTown.
Today we are hanging out with Collin Kozola and ans. Wanna talk to him, join in the conversation. We'd love to hear from you 646-929-1325. Got something exciting you want to say to Collin? Call in! Want to tell him how much you love and appreciate him? Call in!
SHOW # 284 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With “Musicians You Should Know”
Christian Collin originally Sat On The Couch on April 28, 2014 shortly after he released his album American Art. He has a new album, Spirit Of The Blues, which released in July and he returns to The Couch to discuss the music it contains.
Cheryl Lescom is a first time guest to The Couch. She has been performing for about 40 years and her new album 1953, released on my birthday in June! I’ll chat with Cheryl and explore her journey and the many great artists she has performed alongside.
Couch Kids Andy T and Nick Nixon return for another visit to The Couch, this time to talk about their album, Numbers Man, which releases the day after their visit. It is always a great time catching up with these two fantastic musicians and we will talk about what they have been up to since they last appeared on June 16, 2014.
Finally, Couch Kid Zac Harmon takes his Seat On The Couch for the third time. He originally sat with me back on November 5, 2012 after his Music Is Medicine album released. Then he returned this past January for one of the IBC Preview Shows to give some advice to the Challengers. On this show he comes by to talk about his release Right Man, Right Now, which will drop the next morning.
When we last spoke to the inside/out beautiful Romain Collin, he was immersed in another project. That's the correct term: immersed. When listening to the way he offers music, there is the distinct feeling that Romain had nothing else on his mind but living the chords he was playing. You can almost see him: eyes closed, smiling at memories - or hope from an anticipated time, savoring the life captured in five minutes worth of piano resuscitation.
Our guest just celebrated his birthday. He's young - not yet 40 - but Romain has lived much longer than that. The echoes of other times linger in his songs. Beautifully scary. Right on time for Halloween :) We'll have to ask if that event is celebrated in France, the country of his birth. What the French celebrate for SURE: education. And a beloved transplant knows all about that. At Berklee first (scholarship), he was then accepted at the Monk Institute (another scholarship!). During that time, he was fortunate to be able to tour with two key legends who oversee admissions into the school: Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. He also studied with Ron Carter, Charlie Haden and Mulgrew Miller.
2008 saw his debut "stick" with Jazz critics. "The Rise and Fall of Pipokuhn" created a reverberation throughout the community - and Romain was invited to join the esteemed Marian McPartland on her popular "Jazz Piano" radio show. In 2012, this "visionary" (NPR) joined us on the show to tell us about "The Calling" - which resulted in more praise from those who don't tend to do so. Orchestral film scoring - and playing with Christian McBride and Lauryn Hill (among others) - kept him busy every single day. But his eye was on a third album - and here it is. Join us for a discussion of "Press Enter!" 10/29 :)
Rahrig started 36 times and appeared in 40 games during his career. He started 19 times at center, 12 times at left guard and five times at right guard. Rahrig graduated with a bachelor of science degree in exercise science in December 2014.
2014 Honors: Elected team captain along with Tevin Coleman, Bobby Richardson and Shane Wynn ... honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches and media) ... nominee for the Rimington Trophy and the Burlsworth Trophy ... received Indiana's Howard Brown "Dedication to IU Football" Award.
2014 (Senior): Started all 12 games, the first six at center and the final six at left guard ... played a team-high 808 snaps and allowed just two sacks ... finished second among the linemen with 56 knockdowns ... the team set a program single-season record with 3,163 rushing yards ... Indiana averaged 263.6 rushing yards per game (ninth nationally, third in the Big Ten) and 405.0 total yards (fifth in the Big Ten) ... the Hoosiers gained 200 yards 10 times (tied for ninth nationally, third in the Big Ten), averaged 5.9 yards per carry (eighth nationally, second in the Big Ten) and scored 29 times on the ground (tied for 33rd nationally, sixth in the Big Ten) ... Tevin Coleman became the 18th player in FBS history to rush for 2,000 yards (2,036), which set a school record, is 15th on the FBS all-time list and sixth in Big Ten history ... Coleman was Indiana's third unanimous consensus All-American and finished seventh in Heisman Trophy voting ... IU offensive player of the week (Purdue) ... six-time game captain ... earned a scholarship for the 2014 season at the conclusion of spring practice.
Sorry for not having a Week 7 Preview Podcast, Sean had a major internet outage that made it impossible to do the show.
But no worries, we are here to breakdown and discuss everything that occurred in Week 8 of the 2015 NFL Season.
We begin by going over and discussing some of the major points that occurred in the over-time thriller between the Indianapolis Colts and the Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football (4:00-9:00.) Are the Carolina Panthers the premier team in the NFC after this win? And are there more positives than negatives for the Colts after the loss? We discuss this and more.
If you want to hear how the MNF game ended and a full post-game from the guys, check out that on Rabble.TV here (https://www.rabble.tv/broadcast/5624499e6e20da4857d6aea8/view)
After that, we get into our full NFL Week 8 Recap (9:00-86:20 or 9:00- 1 hour and 26 mins) by going through every game, discussing questions about each team that played, who looks good, who looks bad, and we also delve into the Vernon Davis trade to the Broncos, the benching of Colin Kapernick, what do the Detroit Lions do and more.
Randy takes everyone through the highlights of College Football Week 9, including the three of us talking at length about the crazy play at the end of the Miami vs. Duke game and the decision to suspend all of those referees. (86:20-95:40 or 1 hour and 26 mins- 1 hour and 35 mins)
Finally, we transition things back to the NFL, for Gary's Top 5 Fantasy Football Pickups (95:40-98:55 or 1 hour and 35 mins- 1 hour and 38 mins,) the Top 5 Power Rankings (98:55-End or 1 hour and 38 mins-End) and our Player of the Week.