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Join Becca Salamone as she talks with 11-year-old singer Halle Nolan, member of the singer development group, Nashville Bound. Nashville Bound is a group of singers/players put together by Steve Pennington of Showstopper Promotions to teach young music artists how to perform and put on a show in the Nashville style. Halle talks about her singing career, her accomplishments in learning to play guitar, mandolin, and ukelele, as well as her upcoming performances. Listen to Halle's story on Tuesday, June 16th, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
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Nolan Haag and Eric Knifong discuss NFL preseason week 2 that featured some stars going down with injuries and teams that look good/bad. The division races are heating up in most division (except 1). Where do we think these teams will end up? Also, the Little League World Series is underway but has the sportsmanship become too much? We discuss. The AP Poll released its preseaon top 25. We discuss who is overrated and underrated and share our own top 5. We finish the show with our Hawt Taeks of the week.
'The Dark Knight' is often regarded as the best live-action Batman film ever created. Some believe it to be the definitive interpretation of the character, and some even praise it as being the best comic book adaptation ever set to screen. Does it stack up to the praise, or does it crumble under the weight of its own plot? From a car chase sequence that breaks filmmaking rules to the Joker's immaculately-planned scheme against schemers, we'll suss out the truth behind one of the most beloved action thrillers of the last ten years! Join us this week as we analyze and review 'The Dark Knight', Christopher Nolan's second foray into the Batman universe!
In this episode, Dave and Jason discuss:
Yvonne Craig Passes Away at 78 'Arkham Knight' Tim Burton/Christopher Nolan DLC 'Straight Outta Gotham' Music Video Warner Bros. CEO Confirms Screenings, Explains move from 2015 to 2016 Michael Shannon Says General Zod Has Flippers in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' George Miller Might Direct Man of Steel 2 Ben McKenzie Talks Gotham Season 2/What Went Wrong in Season 1 Theo Galvan is 'Key" to a Famous Villain 'Gotham' Casts Female Firefly 'Gotham: Aftermath' Videos 'The Flash' Season 2 Promos EP Says Iris Won't Suck in Season 2 EP Talks Jay Garrick, Wally West, Killer Frost Grant Gustin Wins Breakout Star at Teen Choice Awards EP Kreisberg Talks how Arrow/Flash/Legends of tomorrow Comes together 'Arrow' Season 4 Spoiler: Felicity Getting Kidnapped Is What Show Will Try To Avoid, Says EP Guggenheim Has Offered Us a Sneak Peak Into Olicity Guggenheim Reveals on Green Arrow Charlotte Ross Returning In Arrow Season 4 'Supergirl' Adds Cat Grant's Son to the Cast
Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro this week are Carling Nolan and Eric Johnson. Carling was the winner of The Big Break Sandals Resort and last season she played on the Symetra Tour. She currently co-hosts the TV show, 18 Holes with Jimmy Hanlin. Eric Johnson was named one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Instructors and the Director of Instruction at Oakmont Coutry Club.
Join Chris Mascaro every Saturday at 10:00 AM as he talks with PGA & LPGA Tour pros, legends, top instructors, equipment manufacturers, media members and all those impacting the great game of golf. Hear them all sharing their stories on Next on the Tee.
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NWP welcomes Tacoma music prodigy Nolan Garrett!
Raised on a steady diet of Jimi Hendrix, John Mayer, Alice In Chains and The Black Keys, Tacoma’s Nolan Garrett is just as accomplished as a fiery axe-slinger as he is an ambitious songwriter. A mere moment’s scan of his unique artistic amalgamation suggests an artist on the verge of something extraordinary as personified in his gutsy blend of timeless rock n’ roll, sophisticated pop, elements of grunge and garage rock, doused with just the right of amount of blues on the fire.
For an artist of any age, it’s surely an electrifying dichotomy, but considering Garrett is a mere 17-years-old, it suggests he’s nothing short of a modern day prodigy. Yet even with youth on his side, the versatile performer is already a veteran of sorts who first started playing at age 8, took to the professional stage a year later and is currently criss-crossing the Northwest as a weekend warrior while he maintains a straight A average at the highly coveted Tacoma School of the Arts.
“I wasn’t very good at sports, so I decided to try music and picked up the guitar, but when the day of my first lesson came around, I didn’t even want to go,” he lets out with a laugh of those pre-teen beginnings. “But after my first lesson, I was hooked, and besides having a knack for it, I was able to get instant results where there wasn’t any competition. http://www.nolangarrett.net
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This show will feature Nolan Lyautey. Nolan will share his experiences with service dogs over the years.
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The First seasonal Harvest for many northern hemisphere cultures. Lughnasadh commemorates the Celtic holiday in celebration of Lugh, the lord of the sun. A festival inviting feast of the grains, gamesmanship, and the smithy’s … the makers / builders and their talents. The first corn is reaped and dance stories are entertain as they remind us why the Earth Mother provides and sustains us. Join us for a conversation exploring the needfulness of celebrating our connections to our Earth Mother through our Ancestors’ holidays. Ruthann Amarteifio, Gwendolyn H. Barry, Anita Stewart, Tim Nolan and Mike Valerius.
We've had a break, but now it's time to get back to the show and we do it with none other than DDP Yoga Level 1 Certified Instructor and DDP Yoga success story Nolan Bobbitt! Nolan deals with a form of arthritis that can make fitness extremely difficult. The arthritis, coupled with an unhealthy food lifestyle got Nolan to the point where he weighed 360 pounds.
Inspired by the Iatola of Rock and Rolla, Chris Jericho, Nolan found DDP Yoga and Chose 2 Change. Nolan was not only able to change his life but he is now owning it every day as he has lost 130 pounds in addition to becoming a certified instructor. So tune in on Tuesday, March 3rd at 5 pm CT/ 6 pm ET and catch Nolan and his incredible story or if you can't catch us live, listen to the archived version of the show at www.blogtalkradio.com/vdown or download us on iTunes! Don't forget to donate to the DDP Yoga Hardship Fund by either going to www.focusforwardyoga.com or buying our products at www.thevdown.webestarts.com/products!
Times: 3:00 pm PST; 4:00 pm MST; 5:00 pm CST; 6:00 pm EST.
Born March 1, 1970 Jason V Brock, an author, artist, editor, director, CEO/ co-founder with his wife, Sunni of JaSunni Productions, LLC. Their documentary films include the controversial Charles Beaumont: The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man, the Rondo Award-winning The Acker Monster Chronicles!, and Image, Reflection, Shadow: Artists of the Fantastic.
Jason authored Totems and Taboos, a compilation of his poetry & artwork, & an editor, with William F. Nolan, of The Bleeding Edge: Dark Barriers, Dark Frontiers, & The Devil's Coattails: More Dispatches from the Dark Frontier anthologies published by Cycatrix Press.
Jason also shares story credit on the Logan’s Run: Last Day & related comic book series from Bluewater Productions. Plus, he's a writer for the comic book/graphic novel, Tales from William F. Nolan's Dark Universe. He served as Managing Editor/Contributor and Art Director for Dark Discoveries magazine for 4 years +.
His novella, Milton’s Children, was published by Bad Moon Books in 2013. His poetry, short stories, nonfiction articles, Introductions and essays have been widely published internationally online, in books, & in horror, science fiction, & fantasy, & in scholarly print magazines. With a large personality and gregarious nature, he is a popular panelist at many horror conventions.
Visit him at http://www.jasunni.com/