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Award-winning journalist Colt Foutz, author of Building the Green Machine, chats again with Steve Vickers, publisher of Drum Corps World, in an expanded, 45-minute format of the show specially geared for audience call-in questions. Colt and Steve talk about how drum corps and DCI is being covered today, and in what ways the word could get out to an even bigger audience, as well as the 2008 DCI season as it enters its final week.
Colt Foutz, author of Building the Green Machine, talks drum corps and marching music with Cavaliers and DCI founder Don Warren, who is celebrating his 60th year with the Cavaliers; and Drum Corps World publisher Steve Vickers, who is celebrating the 35th anniversary of that publication.
Colt Foutz, author of Building the Green Machine, talks drum corps and marching music with Gary Moore, author of Playing with the Enemy and a percussionist in the Cavaliers' 60th Anniversary Corps; and Mike Pease, chairman of the 48th-annual Pageant of Drums July 6 in Michigan City, Indiana.
Award-winning journalist Colt Foutz, author of Building the Green Machine, chats with former Cavaliers assistant drum major Chris Lugo and former Cavaliers director Jeff Fiedler, now CEO of Santa Clara Vanguard. Fiedler and Lugo both played baritone in their early corps years before taking the baton. Fiedler spent more than 30 years with the Cavaliers as member, instructor and director, leading the corps to 7 DCI world championships.
Infinity Ward returns with another installment of COD, and Airsoft Corps returns to the airwaves...all in one spectacular night! Do you have your goggles on? Join us for MilSim action, on our live broadcast from GameStop, in Jacksonville, AR. We've missed you :)
Dan Shinder of Drum Talk TV September 15th, 8pm (EST)
900 Seconds warmly welcomes Dan Shinder of Drum Talk TV!!!
Dan Shinder is the CEO and Executive Producer, and primary host of shows on the Drum Talk TV Network. In 1970, when he was 7, he started playing drums. By the age of 15, he was touring and opening for bands like Blue Oyster Cult, Styx, Seals & Croft, and Heart. Mr Shinder's experience includes composing and producing in several genres; subsequently, spending more than a decade in television and video production. Mr. Shinder produced and directed corporate videos, biographies, documentaries, and live news shows for the internet. He is DrumTalk's secret sauce- the personality behind the brand. His penetrating, yet playful interviewing style puts artists at ease, engages artists and demonstrates the broad spectrum of his knowledge of drumming, music, and business.
Drum Talk TV Link:
Nick McBrain: http://drumtalktv.com/portfolio/nicko-mcbrain/
Ian Paice: http://drumtalktv.com/portfolio/ian-paice-deep-purple/
Jay D. Alexander is the president and founder with the non-partisan grassroots non-profit called Civilian Conservation Corps Initiative and their goal is to re-establish the US Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Since his ranger service at Raccoon Creek he has been an advocate for their re-establishment.
Join us with Jay and special guest Fay Cunningham, an alum of the original CCC, as we discuss the revitalization effort of the Civilian Conservation Corps Initiative and what it involves and how you can contact your Representatives to get them to cosponsor “HR188 - The 21st Century Civilian Conservation Corps Act” which is sponsored by Ohio Representative Marcy Kaptur. HR188 is a job creation program that re-establishes a Civilian Conservation Corp that puts to work unemployed and underemployed civilians to advance useful public works projects aimed at safeguarding natural resources and developing new transportation and infrastructure.
For more information please check out CCCI’s website at http://www.wecantakeit.org.
A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself.
Forests are the lungs of our land,
purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people.
~ Franklin D. Rosevelt
Who but a psychologist could see into the inner workings of someone's mind deeply enough to truly know what motivates, dumbfounds and drives a character? Saturday, September 20 at 11am/EST, psychologist, Anjuelle Floyd, addresses these and other probing issues right here on Off The Shelf talk radio. Floyd will also discuss her novels When The Drum Major Died, The House, Keeper of Secrets and Seasons of Purdah.
Tune in to learn how intriguing characters are developed, ways to market books and other products more effectively and steps to take to connect more deeply with readers. It's all right here on Off The Shelf talk radio on September 20 at 11am/EST.
Connect to Blog Talk Radio's Off The Shelf talk show by dialing - (347) 994-3490. You can also connect to the show by logging into the chat room or clicking - www.blogtalkradio.com/denise-turney-
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Its no secret. Drum N Bass is the hardest dance music of all time. It will touch your soul and increase your energy. Dance rhythms get no rougher. For all the people out there that listen and dance to drum n bass, this is for you. Party goers have sprained ankles trying to keep up with the sound of Drum N Bass. Clubs have blown speakers trying to pound the D&B sound. The beats get no faster and the bass gets no deeper. Strap yourself in for a dance ride of your life. Drum N Bass for ever !!!
Award-winning journalist Colt Foutz, author of Building the Green Machine, talks with fellow drum corps authors G.M. Kuzma, Jeremy "Spike" Van Wert, and special guest Courtney Brandt. The show is part of a special DCI Championship Week double-helping of Drum Corps Lunch which focuses on how word about the activity is getting out to the masses. Specifically, this episode focuses on the audience for books about drum corps and marching band.
Playing hard drum n bass tonight. This is part two to last weeks DNB session. Drum and Bass is a genre that ripped up the dance floors like no other sound has before. The beats are rough, the bass lines are deep and the energy is out of this world. Every week we bring you hard beats , Dubstep, Hip Hop, Electro House, and tonight - Drum N Bass. This is not for the average listener. This music can give you a heart attack if your not careful. Listen @ your own risk !!!!!