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Thank you for joining me for episode 64 of HiPPiE WiTCH : Magick For A New Age.
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The passage of time is a common theme in the lyrics of several of Matt VanFossen’s songs. He touched upon it on his debut release several years ago, but really drives the point home on the newly released I Didn’t Come Here to Lose album.
Matt currently has a regional hit with the album’s first single, “A Woman’s Words.” The single has been added to country station Froggy 103.5 in Pittsburgh and regularly hits the Top Request list. It was also listed as one of the Top 25 fan voted songs on Nashville based Internet radio station NIXA.
His newest release, "Boom" is gaining momentum & already getting much airplay.
Packing the bars of several Universities, 23-year-old, Clark Manson decided his passion for the music industry couldn’t be broken. In the summer of 2013, Clark Manson became officially sponsored by Jagermeister USA. He released his first debut album in November 2013, Running with the Night, which quickly climbed the iTunes charts, peaking at number thirty on the day of its release. Running with the Night, also checked in at number five on the Billboard “Heatseekers” chart in November 2013, and has received much recognition all around the world by some of Manson’s thirty-three thousand Twitter followers and fans. Since the album release, Manson has swamped the ticket-booths, selling out a number of shows and quickly becoming a notable country vision in states ranging from Wisconsin, all the way to Texas. While in between many late night shows and road tours, Mansonheads to Nashville as he undertakes a new summer EP, which will be released this June.
Huckleberry Blue is a country music duo lead by singers Tim Hair and Shelley Kelly, from Sanford, North Carolina. With amazing homogenization ability, delivering country with a little rock, Huckleberry Blue brings out straight up Nashville in every song. Touring central North Carolina in 2013, the group has opened for Nashville's Scarletta, Jason Michael Carroll, Charlie Daniels, Shannon Whitworth, and The Lost Trailers. The group plays saloons, dance clubs, special events, fairs, festivals, fund-raisers and concert halls.
Huckleberry Blue is not your grandfather’s country music. Collectively the group has a cool banjo groove, massive drum sound, and jaw-dropping guitar riffs, backed by a smooth layer of steel that provides the foundation and depth to their high-energy contemporary country sound. This male-female duo drive the building harmonies that best tell the stories people love so much about country music.
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Carleton Place, Ontario Country artist BREA LAWRENSON'S collection of songs reflects her own personal experiences and aspirations. Her musical career has taken her across Canada, and to London, UK. She frequently travels to Nashville to write and record. Brea has released several popular singles to country radio: Honey, With You Whiskey and Bottom Of The Bottle. Her new single Hell On High Heels is being released on July 8th.
Spend one night out on the town with singer/songwriter/guitarist DAN ARNOLD (from Saskatchewan, now living in Alberta) and you'll find that there isn't a word of a lie in any of his lyrics. Everything is written by Dan himself and it shows. Weaving catchy hooks with southern-rock style guitars, while keeping true to a certain twang, Dan takes real life experiences and gives listeners a glimpse into a life filled with irony. In September 2013, Dan entered MCC Recording in Calgary, Alberta, with songs filled with memories of actual events of the past nine years, The result was his album The Hard Way featuring the first single God Bless Country Girls and the new title-track single.
Ontario's KAITLIN KOZELL has made a name for herself performing at various songwriters’ circles and showcases, festivals, galas and anti-bullying campaigns. Since being added to the roster of Leafs anthem singers in the late fall of 2011 and performing at her first game in January of 2012, Kaitlin has had the opportunity to perform at numerous Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Marlies, and other MLSE events and functions. She dreams of performing on the Grand Ole Opry someday. Kaitlin's current radio single is called Up From Here.
Age 6 seems quite young to start a music career, but it was way back even then that Brandon knew playing guitar and singing was his calling.
In his humble beginnings in the small town of Greensboro, NC, Brandon’s dad taught him chords, and the rest is history.
Performing all over Brunswick County, into Myrtle Beach, and many points in between, Brandon’s shows are spirited and energetic. Brandon combines today’s hottest Country Music hits with high-powered Southern Rock and Classic Rock favorites, as well as soulful interpretations of some Classic Country hits from Hank Jr. and others.
And as the winner of Nashville’s coveted American Country Star competition, you’ll hear some great new originals that will soon be flooding the airwaves!
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What's Funny: The Humor Code
Research over the years has tried to answer the question: what makes things funny? Understanding how the brain processes humor can help marketers use it in a much better way (we hope, anyway!). Join us July 10 when we talk to Peter McGraw, co-author of The Humor Code, about his theory on what makes things funny.
Dr. McGraw, a professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is an expert in the interdisciplinary fields of emotion and behavioral decision theory. Most recently, he has been examining the antecedents and consequences of humor. He directs the Humor Research Lab (HuRL).
McGraw holds appointments in marketing at the Leeds School of Business and in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. McGraw is willing to leave the ivory tower to try his hand at stand-up at a dive bar, attending a funeral director convention, pose as a shopper at a gun show, or sing hymns at a Baptist church. His work has been covered by NPR, BBC, Scientific American, Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Financial Times. With Joel Warner, he has co-authored The Humor Code: A Global Search for What Makes Things Funny.
It doesn't get more country than a 7 year old little girl hearing Randy Travis' "Diggin' Up Bones" on the radio and finding herself in Nashville with a tidal wave of a career poised to hit the shore sooner than later.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Amanda Daughtry.
Originally hailing from Johnston County, North Carolina, Amanda has spent the past few years solidifying her status as a must-see performer in all areas of the state that built her into the woman she is today. Her roots can be seen through the lens of her family musical influence, which can be traced back to her grandmother, who led the 1st soprano section of the church choir. Eventually, once she was old enough to drive, Amanda was able to go off and sing as a part of many theatre and country variety shows in the area. Eventually, she put together a full band of her own and spent a number of years booking and managing the outfit herself as they traveled.
Amanda has built a solid reputation of performing a vast array of current and classic country music, classic rock, and mainstream pop alongside songs of her own that she shares with those who are willing to listen. Any given night, there's not a chance that someone walks out of the show without having a great time. Amanda's success has been validated with opportunities to open for top country acts like Chris Young and Justin Moore.
Austin Webb is signed to Streamsound Records, the Nashville-based label founded by Grammy award-winning producer Byron Gallimore (Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Sugarland), veteran industry exec Jim Wilkes and Tim McHugh. The newcomer recently wrapped-up the six-week, 16-market Country Deep Tour presented by AT&T U-verse and is currently touring the nation performing and visiting radio stations in support of new his single, "Raise 'Em Up." The party anthem is the follow-up from his Top 40 hit, "Slip On By." He is a Williamston, S.C., native and Nashville resident. Austin’s music straddles the line between the two genres he grew up listening to most: Country and Soul. Citing influences like Joe Cocker, Otis Redding, Bill Withers, Guy Clark, Bob Dylan and Townes Van Zandt.
Adam Sanders grew up in the north Florida town of Lake City, where he spent much of his youth with music; playing local fairs, talent shows and town festivals. While spending summers with his dad in Nashville, Adam found himself in and out of studios on Music Row with his uncle and professional session musician, Scotty Sanders.
After just two years, Adam landed his first publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog Music and has had songs recorded by super stars such as Luke Bryan, whose album Crash My Party (featuring Sanders' "Out Like That") had the third highest debut of any record in 2013. Since then, more of Adam’s original songs have landed on projects by artists including (friend and fellow collaborator), Cole Swindell (“Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” & “Dozen Roses and A Six Pack”), Dierks Bentley (“Sounds of Summer”), Dustin Lynch (“Hell of a Night”) and Scotty McCreery.
In the fall of 2013, Adam signed with world-wide talent agency, William Morris Endeavor, and has been burning up the road, sharing stages with the likes of Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Cole Swindell, Thomas Rhett, Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch, Josh Thompson, Easton Corbin, The Cadillac Three and more.
Adam Sanders is currently gearing up for his debut single release, “Nothin’ To Do But Drink”, which will premier on SiriusXM’s The Highway in June 2014.
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