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Thomas Masse, dean of Stetson University School of Music, talks about upcoming concerts and other musical events on the Stetson University campus. You can find a list of upcoming events on Stetson's Cultural Calendar.
This interview originally appeared on AM 1230 and AM 1490 WSBB radio and is used here with permission.
Fran Snyder, Founder/Artist with Concerts in Your Home, joins Mary E., about the newest in entertainment. Imagine having highly qualified musicians performing in your home, with your circle of friends, and new friends. Social Networking with a musical vibe! Fran Snyder is a gregarious talent who has created a long, unusual career in music. He's toured a million miles, put out seven CDs, and is best known as the founder of Concerts In Your Home. This music innovator is widely regarded as the world expert on house concerts. Fran's work creates new opportunities for artists and fans to experience music the way it was intended - personally. Aside from ConcertsInYourHome, he's launched several programs like Dinner & Song, Dessert & Song, and now TenTenConcerts... all three are smaller house concert concepts that are creating hundreds of weeknight concerts for touring artists. His annual Listening Room Festival, now in it's 4th year, creates house concert tours of Florida. Snyder has written more about the topic of house concerts than anyone. This winter, he will release "House Concerts and Modern Touring for the Troubadour," a full sized book to help artists maximize their income and enjoy the experience of being on the road. More at fransnyder.com
Mary E., with partner Steve make up Champagne and LaLuna and do frequent table side concerts with ADRadio.
Drinking too much and throwing up? Being violated or showing some skin yourself? Backstage insanity? Bathroom naughtiness? COMEDIAN GREG REIFSTECK and his guest COMEDIAN ANNIE POWELL pull out their old ticket stubs and go back in time to remind you of CRAZY ASS CONCERTS. They each give their TOP FIVE CONCERT F**K UPS! as well as other dishonorable mentions. MOTLEY CRUE, OZZY OSBOURNE, TONE LOC, ADAM ANT, THE ROLLING STONES, and much more more musical madness!
Host Deardra Shuler talks with bassist Carlos Henriquez who w/special guest Bobby Allende and Marc Quinones open Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynthon Marsalis (JALC) 2015-16 season entitled Carlos Henriquez Back In the Bronx premiering on Saturday, 9/12 at 8:00 p.m. at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx.
Henriquez debuts his new compositions and arrangements by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis premiering selections from The Bronx Pyramid CD to be released 9/18. The Bronx-born, Nuyorican bassist is one of the truly bilingual musicians equally virtuosic with the language of jazz and the Afro-Latin tradition. At age 14, he performed at People’s Park with Latin jazz greats like Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, and Celia Cruz. A music director for countless performances, Henriquez presents music that shows the breadth of his technical and stylistic dexterity, wherein his compositions and most notable arrangements will be front and center.
Themed ‘Jazz and American Song’, (JALC)’s 28th season celebrates the music of the stage and silver screen and uplifts jazz’s emerging voices through an impressive array of more than 80 concerts and programs, anchored by the exceptional Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Tickets can be purchased through jazz.org 24 hours a day or via CenterCharge at 212-721-6500,or at the JALC Box Office, located on Broadway at 60th Street, ground floor.
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We're welcoming back one of our favorite interviewees, Rock 'N' Roll Comics cartoonist and San Diego Reader columnist Jay Allen Sanford. Jay's custom art covers for cd's is sought after, and his legendary stash of live concert tapings from 1979-1999 is being called The Great Tape Conversion by music aficionados. His collection contains rare and historic concert moments including Procol Harum, Badfinger, Traffic, Arthur Lee and Love. He's with us, live, to reveal some of his favorites and bring us up to date on his life in a cartoon world. No net...no filter...all fun.
Join Kelli and Claudia as they debut a new music segment called Listen Up!, discuss the trainwrecks on Bachelor in Paradise, more on Jonny Hawkins' abs (and his vocals), SMS, Donezo!, and Marriage Boot Camp- The Lie Detector results! You do NOT want to miss this fun-filled hour of girl talk, truth, and love.
THURSDAY AUGUST 20th NOON CST on Equestrian Legacy Radio's CAMPFIRE CAFE'
We visit with singer/songwriter KERRY GROMBACHER and LIZ HIRSCHEY and KAREN GIROUX of Horse Camps of Otter Creek Trails in New York
Kerry Grombacher’s songs are rooted in the Western landscape. He’s played on stages as varied as the Newport Folk Festival (Newport RI), Cowboy Songs & Range Ballads (Cody WY), the New Orleans Jazz Fest, Swallow Hill (Denver) and the Sands Motel in Grants NM, where there’s a room named for him. He’s also performed at house concerts from Massachusetts to Oregon and from Texas to British Columbia.
We travel to New York to visit with Liz Hirschey and Karen Giroux. Friends of Otter Creek is a group of equine and trail enthusiasts who have a strong desire to preserve the nature of the Otter Creek Horse Trail system in the beautiul Adirondack mountains. We'll learn about ordinary people going the extra mile.
Join GARY HOLT and BOBBI JEAN BELL every Thursday at Noon CST with lively conversation and music from your favorite entertainers as well as interesting stories and information from guest in the wonderful World of Horses!
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After nearly 20 years serving on the Gaithersburg City Council, Henry Marraffa Jr., a Republican, hopes to move up to the mayor’s seat in this fall’s election.
The former council member is focusing his campaign on economic development. He specifically mentioned the MD-355 corridor, Lakeforest and eastern Gaithersburg in general as all having room to grow commercially.
He touted past efforts to build out the RIO Washingtonian Center, a commercial hub for restaurants and retail stores, despite early criticism of the development.
As for future development projects, Marraffa said that he would like to construct an arena with structured parking on the Gaithersburg Fairgrounds which would serve as a venue for concerts, plays, and high school graduations.
First elected to the city council in 1995, Marraffa began serving three years before former Mayor W. Edward Bohrer died in office. That paved the way for the council to appoint Sydney Katz mayor and served in that office until his election to the County Council last year.
Marraffa graduated from Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring and earned two college degrees: one in engineering from the University of Maryland and a bachelor of business administration (BBA) degree from Southeastern University.
He worked as a contractor, including high-profile projects such as the construction of Disney World and the World Trade Center. He cites his business experience as one of his qualifications for mayor.
Prior to his election to the city council, Marraffa served on Gaithersburg’s board of appeals. He was appointed to the Maryland Physical Fitness Commission in 1985. He lives in Gaithersburg with his wife Donna. They have five children and six grandchildren.
Shawn and Brian Chrisagis are BACK! This dynamic duo of Christian music are promoting their upcoming event on August 15th at the "Legends Concert" which features the 8 Pioneers from Christian Music at the Buckeye Local High School!
Tickets are only $10! Call 740 859-2344 for Tickets!
Artists also appearing include:
Scott Wesley Brown
Bob & Jayne Farrell
Stephen Mark Archer
John Schlitt & Kelly Willard!
If you want to ask Brian or Shawn a question TONIGHT, call 323 657-1493 to join the fun!
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Join Kelli and Claudia in their latest installment as they discuss Shinedown and Nothing More in Concert, Reality TV, and so much more! Claudia will share all the strange things she found in Portland, and Kelli will catch us up with the latest SMS and Donezo! Even if you don't agree with everything they have to say, you'll still find them entertaining, fun, and funny!
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today we are live from Lincoln Center in NYC
we are here to listen to a summer end concert
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Rock My Soul: The Fairfield Four and The McCrary Sisters
Friday, August 7, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Singing in the traditional African American a cappella gospel style that they have been known for since the group’s inception almost 100 years ago, The Fairfield Four continue to perform original, tightly harmonized pieces and traditional favorites. Teaming up with The McCrary Sisters—frequent Bob Dylan collaborators and the daughters of Fairfield’s late leader—the two virtuosic groups show how the spirit-stirring sounds of gospel sparked the rock and R&B revolution.