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Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. On today's show, we have the super talented, super sweet ladies of country music duo Diamond Dixie joining us. We'll talk with the ladies about their careers, music, and anything they're working on that they can talk about. As usual, I have my lovely and talented co-host Em with me, so let's get this thing going!
Diamond goby (Valenciennea puellaris) , a popular Saltwater Aquarium fish that is common in the aquarium hobby. The Diamond goby is known to be an excellent sand sifter and it eats the fauna living in the sand. The Diamond Goby hails from the Pacific Ocean! The Diamond Goby is one of my first saltwater fish and it has quickly become a favorite saltwater fish of mine!
Topics for the show will be:
- Why I chose a Diamond Goby over the other species of Saltwater gobies
-Complete Caresheet for Diamond Gobies and more!!!!
Questions?Or want to discuss your Diamond gobies? Call in LIVE at 1 347-989-8142!
Enjoy the show and get a diamond goby for your tank!
Diamond In The Rough Football Recruiting presents the 2016 "Senior" Football Showcase & College Recruiting Fair to help with the placement of Student Athletes that wish to continue their football careers. Diamond In The Rough Football Recruiting expects college coaches from Division FCS, Division 2, Division 3, NAIA and Junior College coaches to attend this event.
April Diamond is a Pop Dance EDM recording Artist from Los Angeles, CA. Her current single “Lose Control” is heating up dance clubs and rhythmic radio stations across the US. April grew up singing in church. She learned to combine passionate gospel styles with disciplines of classical music. It is this powerful blend that made her an in-demand recording singer as she sang on myriads of pop and dance records.
More info @ http://aprildiamond.com/
Johnny Morris is the owner and program director at Roscoe's Media Center in Los Angeles. He is also the assistant engineer at KTYM 1460 AM in Los Angeles.
More info @ http://www.rmconair.com/
The band that plays together stays together. Known as one of the first country bands to play on every one of their studio projects, Diamond Rio made country music history when their first Arista Nashville single Meet In The Middle landed them in the No. 1 spot. Now, 25 years later Diamond Rio is releasing I Made It, their tenth studio album. The title track was co-written by the band’s lead guitarist Jimmy Olander and features 11 new songs. Produced by Olander and Michael D Clute, I Made It is a follow-up to their 2014 first-ever live album release: Diamond Rio Live.
“As artists producing music as long as Diamond Rio has, fresh subject matter tends to get more and more difficult to come by,” says Jimmy Olander. “As a writer on the title track ‘I Made It,’ simply telling our story is freeing. This is a very specific story, the autobiographical melding of the migration stories my partners and I share about moving to Nashville. Collectively, we have achieved the amount of success that dreams are made of, but at the end of the day have learned having someone to share this amazing life with – ‘love’ and ‘be loved by’ is the real measure of success. It’s true, ‘I Made It.’”
“We were fortunate to not be rushed with this project,” shares Gene Johnson. “Over the past few years we’ve taken the time to work on several projects that were on our bucket list; a Christmas album and our first-ever Christian and live albums.”
Diamond Rio's other hits songs include: Love A Little Stronger, In A Week Or Two, Norma Jean Riley, One More Day, Unbelievable, Walkin' Away and Beautiful Mess.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back author Blaque Diamond to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her new children's book SHE NAMED ME STACEY.
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