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Los Angeles Road Concerts seeks to investigate the possibilities of LA's lengthy streets as sites for artistic exploration while using the street itself as a cross-section to observe the city's diversity of landscapes and people, how the Los Angeles metropolis grew, and the massive in-between and negative spaces it left behind as it expanded. How can we generate a new kind of LA experience, utilizing its car culture to find meaning and bring attention to a collection of less obvious de
Steve Champagne and Mary E. LaLuna will bring the ArtSees Diner listeners one of their "House Concerts!"
Steve and Mary explore music from the Beatle's to the Bee Gees and everything in between. Rich harmonies, good laughs, and a trip down memory lane
When I think of music in Omaha and some of the shows that OmahaNightOutGuide.com has promoted and booked over the past three years one band stands out in my head. In their previous endeavor they were Cold Steel. The young men were one of the first shows that I went to with the launch of OmahaNightOutGuide.com. It was at this point that music in Omaha would be the central focus on OmahaNightOutGuide.com.
I first met and saw Cold Steel at a show in Papillion and they were one of the first bands that I had booked to do a multiband show. Since that time, I have worked with Cold Steel on three other occasions and soon I will get to work with them under their current name, Save the Hero.
The band was originally formed as Cold Steel in 2005. After the almost 8 years of performing together the band has evolved and the members felt it was time for a change. The previous name misrepresented what their music has grown into.
Under the previous title the band released 5 CDs: “And It Begins”, “Cold Steel”, “See You Again”, “First Five”, “The Odds are Against Us”. With over 300+ live shows Cold Steel shared the stage with national acts such as: Heart, JackyL, Skid Row, Slaughter, Evans Blue, Black Stone Cherry, Cavo, The Nigel Dupree Band, and more.
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Tonight's show is about an exciting new concert series at The Ritz On Main in New Holland, PA. They will kick off the Friday Night At The Ritz concerts on June 21st, 2013 with a fantastic lineup of musicians. The shows are sponsored by The Ritz on Main and College Underground Radio network. The June show features three acts, Smashbox Symphony, King Friday, and Jett Prescott.
We've scored a hat-trick and will be presenting segments on each of the great acts on the bill. Jett Prescott has agreed to appear, as have Joe Macre from King Friday and John West of Smashbox Symphony. We'll talk with each of these gentlemen and hear some of the music of each of these artists.
GRANDMASTER FRANK E. SANCHEZ is a 10th Degree Black Belt and one of the true modern day Sokes of martial arts in America.
His system of SAN-JITSU is Guam's first Internationally recognized martial art style. Born April 21, 1948 in the Village of Tamuning, he was made an Honorary Ambassador-At-Large for Guam in 1976. He also holds an Honorary Doctorate in Humanities from Great Plains Baptist College in South Dakota. A student of martial arts since age 11, Sanchez holds Black Belts in Judo, Jiu-Jitsu, Karate and a Red Sash in Jing Jow Pai Kung-Fu. He also studied boxing as a youth from his Father, Francisco Sanchez who was a Boxer in the Pacific Fleet & learned wrestling to supplement his martial arts training. His system of San-Jitsu which was formulated in the Village of Toto, Guam in 1971 has received worldwide attention in magazines and seminars as one of the more brutal and unique styles of Jiu-Jitsu practiced today. This is the show where we talk about everything martial arts and mma related, from training to history, from events to politics, the world of martial arts has a rich history and this is the one place where we allow martial artist from around the world speak their mind and create a conversation that others can learn from. Listeners can either call in to ask questions or tweet those questions to me www.twitter.com/louisvelazquez
The UCW Radio Show along with Money Never Sleeps, Staying Fit 4 Life and The Power Hour will will headed to MEGA HOOT soon where we will be adding streaming video to some shows, we urge our listeners to sign into megahoot.com and join the conversation as well as join the Network that strives to give its members free social media services such as text,video,photo, audio, seminars, concerts and so much more.
Ready to Unload: with Cal & Sanpete
NY Sports Talk Podcast - Episode #141
Episode sponsored by: Blue Haven - NYC's Sports Bar for Grownups
Streaming / Recording on Tuesday, May 21st at 9:30pm
BIG UNLOAD: Look, we could talk about whether the Mets should send Ike Davis down (they should), or the Yankees being off to a surprisingly good start despite a rash of inuries, or the Knicks ouster from the playoffs at the hands of the Pacers, or even the Rangers trying to get back in their series with the Bruins... but we're not gonna because...
IT'S POTPOURRI NIGHT ON RTU!
Yup, we're gonna go potpourri style on a bunch of stuff, sports and otherwise in an open forum that will include Bishop Pop Culture PJ, and will no doubt also include some bad Sanpete "via impressions" and Cal's sly wit. Sports movies, the best teams of all time, how long can you hold onto a championship?Sports video games defined the way we watched sports, why we are more excited for TV right now (ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT!!) than summer movies, how did we wind up with MMA, who had the best whiffle ball swing, best bands for stadium concerts, and will going to a sporting event become obsolete?
We may even call Linder and have that Floyd-Off after all. It's gonna be a ton of fun.
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If you remember the multi-talented Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn from the first interview that we did, you know what FUN we had! Tuesday, May 21st, promises more of same. But we also might hit a nerve. You would think that the subject of "Women in Jazz" wouldn't be a big deal in 2013, but there are many who would rather not discuss it. Janice and I relish that idea :) My co-host for the day is the director and producer of a fantastic documentary called, "...But Can She Play?" In it, wondrous women on instruments are featured - and their stories are told.
We'll have more of those tales when we hear from three (at least!) formidable talents on the Jazz scene.. One of the most visible musicians in Contemporary Jazz, Gail Jhonson, joins us! Her keyboard wizardry has caught the ears of an international audience - and her CD, "Herstory", writes another chapter in the evolution of strong female composition. The creation of "Jazz in Pink" is another testimony to this woman's creativity.
Grace Kelly just turned 21, but she has lived music more than most twice her age! Adept at saxophone, she has spun heads with her expertise and vision. Concerts don't lie - you can hear the maturity in her playing via "Live at Sculler's." Grace was a recent guest on the show - and is excited to be able to participate again, especially since she is featured in Janice's film!
In it as well is Hailey Niswanger, also a saxophonist of rare maturity, inspired by John Coltrane. Hailey has worked closely with Esperanza Spalding and a myriad of household names. She has been recognized by Berklee as someone special - an educator as well as performer. One listen to "Confeddie" and "The Keeper" and you'll hear HOW special!
The fun starts at ONE p.m. Eastern!
Throughout the 1970s, '80s, and '90s, Stephanie Mills established herself as a versatile powerhouse just as at home sultrily conveying a quiet-storm ballad as she was belting out gospel-rousing lines on the Broadway stage. Even now, her live shows draw captive audiences longing to hear favorites ranging from her signature number, "Home" (from Broadway's The Wiz),to late '70s/early '80s soul-disco gems ("Never Knew Love Like This Before," "Sweet Sensation," "Two Hearts") and late-'80s/early-'90s anthems ("I Feel Good All Over," "Something in the Way You Make Me Feel," and "Comfort of a Man"). One important phase of Mills' career, however, has been frequently overlooked in both the history books and the singer's own concerts. From 1982 to 1984, the sophisticated chanteuse released three albums for the late Neil Bogart's Casablanca label, commencing with Tantalizingly Hot and concluding with I've Got the Cure.
The Asylum is back on The Tuesday Blitz and in the cozy bunker studio! Join Fleeger and Briggs as we make up for lost time in what has to be our most chaotic show ever. Listen in as we discuss the 5 most over and under- valued players in early season drafts. You also won't want to miss the NFL police blotter, and our discussions surrounding the hiring of handicapped children at Disney Land, handicapped accommodations at Taylor Swift concerts, and the driving habits of old men. You have to hear this show to believe it.
Rick Wolf is vocalist for XFactor1 who will be bringing live music to Omaha on May 12 to Shamrocks Pub.
XFactor1 was formed during the winter of 2006 with the intent of bringing decadence, intensity and the true meaning of music back to a rock and metal scene that was sounding pretty lame and had lost its connection with the people that matter the most, the fans.
In 2012, XFactor1 signed with Megaforce to extend the reach of their most recent releas, Famous.Last.Words with which the are on tour supporting this year.
They are gearing up for their INFEST AMERICA tour with TAPROOT and then will be playing this year’s ROCK ON THE RANGE.
OmahaNightOutGuide always bringing the best live music in Omaha, this time with Rick Wolf of XFactor 1!