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This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
We all know about the website change.org. It's the site to come up with petitions to get people to talk about serious issues, like the raping of women in different countries around the world and removing the pink slime from fast food restaurants. However, the petitions we're gonna use here are among the most ridiculous ever created. From wanting to remove Ben Affleck as Batman to completely redoing the entire season of Power Rangers Super Megaforce, some people come up with the lamest excuses to use change.org's site. A big thank you goes to Mike the King of Hearts for suggesting this episode idea.
Ikari Chaos-San is the founder and creator. Shirley is truly the Oddball Extreme. Janet is our resident Arizona Magician. Tim is the Tokusatsu Master. Heather is Queen Kitty Serenity. Mike the King of Hearts is our video game wizard. We'll also have guest appearances by our friends from the MAD HOUSE, so come and listen in!
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There is a battle being waged for the hearts and minds of our youth, and the weapon used is the sound of music. Tunes, lyrics, instruments, voices, all sounds create a vibration that affects ones behavior. Just as "gangster rap" is accused of being evil, gospel music is seen by many to represent good. But old time hymns don't move the hearts of the young. Many slow, sad songs reflect sounds of mourning more than the sounds of the joy that comes with spiritual revival. Gospel songs that reflect a modern upbeat rhythm and blues style sounds like party music to some elders, but many such songs have become popular hits that have brought young people out of the streets and back into the church. Can gospel music reach the hip hop generation? Music producers Derrell Green and Jamal Davis look at the effects of today's gospel music on the eve of the celebration of the release of their choir's new music CD. Community organizer Kwabena discusses the detrimental effects of violent and vulgar music.
Sandy Shenk is celebrating 25 years at the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association. She has been working at the same place for an entire generation. Join us as we talk to her about her career, changes at work and in the world of work. Sandy is a witness to the transformation before during and after email, online, mobile and social. Here story is one you do not want to miss.
Sarah Cooke also joins us for her monthly segment, "Sarah Says" and Heather Anderson will be our all-star guest co-host as Troy is traveling to Utah this week. Conference quality information without the expense report. Tune in live or listen later.
Out of Ontario, Canada comes the MacKenzie Blues Band. Consisting of classically trained vocalist, Tara MacKenzie, guitarist Trevor MacKenzie, bassist Joel Dawson & drummer Mike Weir, they have just released their sophomore album Slam! Bam!, containing 12 originals. The band has traveled to Memphis for the IBC twice and we will discuss their careers and their music.
Generation Blues Experience is the joining of 14-year old Ray Goren, who has played guitar at the Chicago Blues Festival and with Buddy Guy and more. he was introduced to 80-year old bluesman, Jamie Bluesboy Powell and septuangenerian harpist Sammy Lee. The three were introduced a few years agao and their musical talents meshed, and Generation Blues Band was formed. We'll talk about how their music bridges the generational gap and where they hope to go in the near future.
Bob Corritore needs no introduction. Maybe an explanation as to why it has taken so long to bring Bob on the show; well I interviewed him for American Blues News a number of years ago, he has visited during my IBC shows and somehow,my brain turned that into him having appeared on a Monday show! When I realized my mistake, I reached out and Bob accepted. We'll look at how it all began some 40 years ago and then also chat with Bob about his take on the Blues World today as compared to when he was sharing the stage with the many legends who are no longer with us. We'll share some of the mus from Bob's latest, Taboo.
Finally, Sena Ehrhardt returns for COUCH KID NEW MUSIC for her new album, Live My Life. Sena originally sat on The Couch back in May 2013, so we will find out what the last year has brought to this wonderful artist.
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Rev. Dr. Ross Riggs delivers his devotional message this week on 'One Generation at a Time'. Dr. Riggs brings teaching, inspiration a spirit filled message every Sunday. Don't miss this broadcast. DR. RIGGS is also a member of Evangel Pacific's Community Leadership Board.
COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP BOARD
WHO IS BREEDING A (DE)GENERATION OF ELDERLY BLACK YOUTH? WHAT ARE ELDERLY YOUTH? WHY IS THIS BEING DONE TO BLACK YOUTH TODAY? HOW ARE THEY AIDING IN THIS? WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THIS IN THE FUTURE? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE.INTEL NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA