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Doe Paoro is a Brooklyn-based, California-loving songwriter and vocalist whose music both uplifts and unsettles, entertains and mystifies. With an operatic-range voice honed by studying Tibetian folk opera, she is a unique force in today’s music scene. Her 2012 debut Slow to Love introduced her with stark production and a raw, ethereal vocals. Her most recent album, After, maintains the soulful intensity but is majestic with finely textured sound. Her sound is unique, her songwriting gut-punching and her voice magical…an artist to watch.
Troy Doherty is a triple threat - singer, songwriter, and actor – whose sound is a mix of blues and pop-rock . Troy began learning piano and guitar around the age of 10, experimenting with musical influences including Led Zepplin, Journey and pop-rock on the radio. His debut EP, Citizen’s Arrest, was made possible through the help of successful Kick Starter campaign funds which exceeded the fundraising goal, demonstrating the depth of emotion of his fans.
Steps of Doe is the rootsy, LA-based Americana duo of Keena Batti and Molly Falck, who lead a full band replete with lush harmonies and electrified banjo, dulcimer and mandolin. Their music has a sense of humor while it echoes iconic 70’s-style artists like Led Zepplin and Fleetwood Mac, as well as current artists Sufjan Stevens and Elliot Smith. Their debut album,“On Returning” is due out March 24, 2014 on iTunes and the CD will be released at the Hotel Cafe on March 8..
Alternative Country duo Crimson Calamity, Lauren Harding and past Music FridayLive! guest Mallory Trunnell are no strangers to intricate songwriting and the bright lights of the stage on their own, but together, they deliver firecracker lyrics and glistening harmonies.Crimson Calamity was born from an initial songwriting experiment that turned out the hard hitting single, “Line ‘em Up and Shoot ‘em Down.” which became the catalyst that inspired them to take their collaborative style to the next level. Their debut EP, “All in the Cards” is built on country-rock with a little blues for color.
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We’re going around the world “On the ‘A’ w/Souleo!” As a Museum curator, his notable exhibitions In 2014, Souleo made his curatorial debut at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture with “i found god in myself: 40th anniversary celebration of Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls…” The 2015 exhibition, “Stax: Visions of Soul” marks his curatorial debut at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis, TN. Lot’s to learn!
Amercan Freedom Watch Radio with Karen Schoen and John Estabrooks
Tonight: ESEA, Communist Core and the Danger of Government Indoctrination
Guest: Charlotte Iserbyt - Exposing the Global Road to Ruin Through Education
Charlotte Iserbyt is the consummate whistleblower! Iserbyt served as Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, during the first Reagan Administration, where she first blew the whistle on a major technology initiative which would control curriculum in America's classrooms. Iserbyt is a former school board director in Camden, Maine and was co-founder and research analyst of Guardians of Education for Maine (GEM) from 1978 to 2000. Iserbyt is a speaker and writer, best known for her 1985 booklet Back to Basics Reform or OBE: Skinnerian International Curriculum and her 1989 pamphlet Soviets in the Classroom: America's Latest Education Fad which covered the details of the U.S.-Soviet and Carnegie-Soviet Education Agreements which remain in effect to this day.
‘Space’ to ‘destroy’: Baltimore’s Mayor gives a gift to to Black Klan rioters; Justice Anthony Kennedy's hopelessly convoluted marriage jurisprudence; The GOP Senate voting to confirm an attorney general who won’t uphold the Constitution isn’t a way to inspire confidence among conservatives; Rogue Democrat prosecutor John Chisholm, union-connected partisan behind Wisconsin's evil "John Doe" intimidations, now suggests that Governor Scott Walker should be prosecutable as a criminal for criticizing the John Doe investigations; Three scenarios for Hillary Clinton, and they all spell crushing defeat; The fall of the House of Clinton, a berrry, berrry scarrrrrry tale of political corruption run amok; and are Democrat insiders starting to panic about Hillary already?
Solarize Albany is a volunteer group of Albany County citizens who have come together to promote solar energy in the county using the community solar (Solarize) model. The Solarize framework was developed by the US Department of Energy (DOE), and has been used by dozens of other communities across the United States. Our objectives are to educate residents about solar energy and increase the number of residential and small business solar installations by leveraging the cost benefits of bulk purchasing.
There is a great debate in the country about Common Core and education in general. Tonight we have to let you know else your federal Department of Education has been up to concerning your children. Frankly it is one thing when talking bout solving a math problem but something else entirley when is comes to the bigger issues of who are will be.
Who do you want teaching your children vaules and morals? That is what all this boils down to.
Lloyd Parks is an American R&B/soul singer born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is an original member of the Grammy-Nominated Philadelphia International Records group Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes.Lloyd is noted for his high tenor and falsetto vocal leads and harmonies. He is also a founding member of The Epsilons who backed Arthur Conley on his Atco Records hit single Sweet Soul Music. He is also the sole surviving original Blue Note.Parks started his career in music in the mid-1960s performing with various local Philadelphia vocal groups including the Emanons who hit with "One Heart" on "Phila Of Soul" Records. He later merged with friends Gene McFadden and John Whitehead to form the Epsilons. The group was managed by Soul Singer Otis Redding and were soon signed to the Stax Records label. They toured for two years with Redding and backed label mate Arthur Conley on his 1967 recording "Sweet Soul Music." The single reached No.2 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard R&B charts. The following year the Epsilons a quintet that included Allen Beatty and James Knight released "The Echo." The group disbanded following the tragic death of their mentor Otis Redding. Parks joined another local act The Broadway Express while McFadden and Whitehead reformed The Epsilons as the group Talk of The Town.
News alert! Jane Doe #3 held in contempt by judge. Count #3 dropped.