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  • 01:01

    Episode #44 Season 4 "Above the Surface" The Body Electric

    in Self Help

    Let this show help you to discover the electric currency flowing through you!  Seek the adventure and electrify!

  • 01:06

    Electric Vehicle & Beyond Solar (EVBS) Real Talk Show

    in Automotive

    Hello folks!  This is not a sugar coated show today! Instead of just talking about electric vehicles and solar powered energy, this radio show is about to get real. We are going to talk people, problems, solutions and yes BS! We might even mention celebrities and what we think of them too!  2015 is going to be an explosive year for this radio show.  Introducing Ms. Real herself... YES THAT TIFFANY RAIM!!  This is an unfiltered talk about what people think but don't say.  Kind of like a Kitchen Show with F Bombs and S Bombs but expect real information versus nonense or copied content.  Please Tune in Because you will enjoy Yourself! 

  • 00:58

    Is Public Power Right for Bainbridge Island?

    in Energy

    Bainbridge Island citizens have the opportunity to own and control its own nonprofit electric utility, as do more than 50 other Washington communities. Consumer owned utilities, from the City of Blaine to Seattle City Light, provide lower cost, cleaner and more reliable power than Puget Sound Energy (PSE).


    In 2008, Jefferson County (Port Townsend) voted to give electric authority to their public utility district, Jefferson PUD, and buy out PSE.  Today they have their own 100% carbon-free, locally controlled, nonprofit power system.



    Is it possible on Bainbridge Island?
    What are the pros and cons?
    How much will it cost?
    Who will run it?
    What about hydropower and droughts?
    Why not partner with PSE's Green Power initiative?


    Join us as we answer these questions and more with Jane Lindley and Steve Johnson of Island Power.

  • 00:55

    SOAD Radio Show with Special Guest Walt Realer

    in Entrepreneur

    Walt Realer Story


    I graduated from Academy Park HS in Sharon Hill. I attended Virginia Stat Univ and Delaware County Community College. I held a number of jobs working for the post office, ups, iron mountain before getting a job with General Electric back in 1992. I worked there for almost 11 years before the plant was closed. During that time in 1996 my mother started the cleaning service. I worked for the company part time just to help out and make a few extra bucks. When my plant closed in August of 2002 I went home and talked to my wife about layoffs and working for someone else. I told her I was thinking of working the business full time. She said she had my back. I spoke to my mother and took on the day to day responsibilities of working the business. I've had a number of clients over years. Iron Mountain being the first. Then came First African Baptist Church in Sharon Hill. Neighbor to Neighbor also in Sharon Hill. Both of which are still clients today. St Paul's Baptist Church, Edward Jones in Springfield. I ran successful campaigns with living social and groupon. Done a lot of residential and commercial work as well. Our services range from carpet cleaning, general cleaning, janitorial service, wood floor restoration, stripping and waxing of tile floors and power washing. We've also done some auto detailing and snow removal from time to time. I was a member of the rotary club of eastwick pa. I coached little league football for the Christopher Arnold Athletic Association

  • 02:05

    Epiphany's House welcomes Hurrikane The poet and Chaeya and her Dark Secret!

    in Entertainment

    I love a double billed show..why? cause it is dope. You get alot of art in a short amount of time and then your heart is lifted for the rest of the day...I dig art.  I dig dope artists..you will absolutely dig my guests this episode...  Check it...


    Chaeya...Did some work for George Clinton..Went to England in 1988 and lived there doing work as a session vocalist for Island and EMI Records.  Recorded remixes fro Shriekback, Yello, and Pia Zadora that were issued in vinyl.  In 1991, worked on an AIDS record in Zurich, Switzerland with Melanie Thornton of LaBouche fame.  In 1993, recorded tracks for Warner Chappell Music.  Formed Electric Gentlemen Records and Studios in 2000, recorded my first CD, The Quickening in 2003.  Formed Chaeya & Her Dark Secret in 2011, had Theron Brison aka Thee Ram Jam from Bootsy Collins' Funk University as bass player who was murdered in 2011.  Took time off to grieve and released Rise on MLK Day in 2015.


      Hurrikane the poet... HurriKane the poet was born Steven Clark. HurriKane considers himself a community activist, artist and also a poet. He started doing art as a child in Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children. Truly influenced by the hip hop era he became an MC and later a poet. He has written a book entitled. Poetry for the people. Pairing forty four painting and poems. He considers his job to stand on the shoulders of the elders who remind us where we come from and as he puts it who we isum
     

  • 02:58

    J.F. Shields High School Band Music Detra DE DE Mix Pre Saturday Night Social

    in Radio

    J.F. Shields High  School Band Music Detra DE DE Mix Pre Saturday Night Social


    Guest Call-in (619) 639-4634 Talk to Freddie Howard Host.


    J. F shields Band 1962-1966 Marching, Dance Band Bflat Tennor Sax, Drums. Choir. Soloist. Bob Crawford Band Director. Mrs Oliver Choir Director


    Songs That JF Shields Bands  Have Played over the Years This Called The "DETRA MIX"
    On Wednesday, April 22, 2015 9:23 PM, Cathy Odom


    We will play these song tonight.


    Firecracker Mass Production(set off firecrackers)**
    Shame Evelyn Champagne King
    You & I  Rick James
    Dont stop til you get enough  Michael Jax**
    Aint no stopping us now  McFadden& Whitehead
    Bad Mama Jama  Carl Carlton
    Brick Hoouse  Commodores**
    Lets groove tonight  Earth wind & fire
    Pink Cadillac  Aretha Franklin
    Bad girls  Donna Summer
    Let it whip Dazz band**  crowd favorite
    SOS  SOS band**
    Take your time  SOS band **
    Good times  Chic
    Rebels are we  Chic(hated to play it...could not get it:)
    Let me be your angel  Stacy Lattisaw(1st live performance soloist Debra Johnson)
    Shake your pants  -Cameo(hidden pants under jacket sleeves)
    One in a million  Larry Grabam
    For the lover in you  Sbalamar**
    Wanna be your lover  Prjnce
    Celebration  kool & the gang
    Get down on it  kool & fhe gang


    Planet rock  Afrika Bambata(turned out lights in the stadium & turned on disco lights) things were going great until someone trip over the electric cord and the lights went out we dance in the dark...

  • 02:59

    J.F. Shields High School Band Music Detra DE DE Mix Pre Saturday Night Social

    in Music

    J.F. Shields High  School Band Music Detra DE DE Mix Pre Saturday Night Social


    Guest Call-in (619) 639-4634 Talk to Freddie Howard Host.


    J. F shields Band 1962-1966 Marching, Dance Band Bflat Tennor Sax, Drums. Choir. Soloist. Bob Crawford Band Director. Mrs Oliver Choir Director


    Songs That JF Shields Bands  Have Played over the Years This Called The "DETRA MIX"
    On Wednesday, April 22, 2015 9:23 PM, Cathy Odom


    We will play these song tonight.


    Firecracker Mass Production(set off firecrackers)**
    Shame Evelyn Champagne King
    You & I  Rick James
    Dont stop til you get enough  Michael Jax**
    Aint no stopping us now  McFadden& Whitehead
    Bad Mama Jama  Carl Carlton
    Brick Hoouse  Commodores**
    Lets groove tonight  Earth wind & fire
    Pink Cadillac  Aretha Franklin
    Bad girls  Donna Summer
    Let it whip Dazz band**  crowd favorite
    SOS  SOS band**
    Take your time  SOS band **
    Good times  Chic
    Rebels are we  Chic(hated to play it...could not get it:)
    Let me be your angel  Stacy Lattisaw(1st live performance soloist Debra Johnson)
    Shake your pants  -Cameo(hidden pants under jacket sleeves)
    One in a million  Larry Grabam
    For the lover in you  Sbalamar**
    Wanna be your lover  Prjnce
    Celebration  kool & the gang
    Get down on it  kool & fhe gang


    Planet rock  Afrika Bambata(turned out lights in the stadium & turned on disco lights) things were going great until someone trip over the electric cord and the lights went out we dance in the dark...

  • 00:33

    Inside Raleigh with Featured Guest Alice Osborn

    in Business

    Alice Osborn’s (http://aliceosborn.com/) past educational and work experience is unusually varied, and it now feeds her work as a poet, as well as an editor-for-hire, writing coach, Reiki Master practitioner, dynamic speaker/facilitator. After the Steaming Stops is her most recent collection of poetry; previous collections are Right Lane Ends and Unfinished Projects. Alice is also the editor of the anthologies Tattoos and Creatures of Habitat, both from Main Street Rag Publishing Company.


    She’s currently at work on her upcoming collection, Heroes without Capes. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her work has appeared in the News and Observer, The Broad River Review, The Pedestal Magazine, Soundings Review and in numerous journals and anthologies.She serves on the North Carolina Writers’ Network Board of Trustees. When she’s not editing or writing, Alice is a competitive Irish dancer, as well as an aspiring musician on guitar and violin. She lives in Raleigh with her husband, two children and four messy birds.


    Education: MA English, Rhetoric/Composition, North Carolina State University


    Master’s Thesis, “A Conversation in the Composition Classroom: Finding Our Voice Through Creative Nonfiction” Advisor: Chris M. Anson, Phd

  • 02:00

    Dion Price with Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    Dion Price brings you more than just vocals, he also performs with electric energy which en-captures all who has bear witness; he is NOT your average artist. Born in Chicago, IL and now residing in Detroit, MI, the infusion of  R&B and Pop music is Dion Price's signature.  Signed to Grand Slamm Records, Dion Price is now making his dream come true; Dion has gained fans and has brought the joy of music to people hearts from all over the country. By gracing various stages in Michigan, Florida, Tennessee and Texas, Mr. Price has created quite a platform, and those are just a few states that has embraced his talents!  


     


    His musical talents emerged at an young age giving him a clear path in his soulful journey. Music is his only love! Be it his charismatic style or his captivating voice, Dion captures the audience attention immediately, earning him standing ovations on a host of stages,no matter the demographic. Dion Price definitely has what it takes to set the world ablaze!  


     


    Penning a majority of his own music scores, Price also incorporates choreographed dance moves and an exciting show to keep you engaged.  Creativity and a positive attitude is what sets the tone for Dion’s music. His ambition, showmanship, and vocal ability has and will inspire his audience long after the curtains have close

  • 00:41

    Ms.P Chat With El Capitan The Art Of Radical Rhymes

    in Music

    As a Hip-Hop duo like we've never seen before, “ El Capitan” goes over and beyond ordinary measures. With a makeup of two Southern Californian locals, Abhi the Nomad (21), and Foster the Orrin (19) takes the idea of hip hop/funk fusion to new heights with an electric mix of today’s spirit. “ El Capitan" has dedicated all of their time to researching a cure for the common rapper and also dealing in the art of radical rhymes. 

    The homegrown California natives met in college where a career in music together was merely an afterthought. Abhi met Foster through a mutual friend. He heard him rhyme and knew his talent was undeniable. Foster writes all of his own material and produces on occasion, putting most of his focus on “El Capitán.” They recently released a new music video for their single " Zodiac" that is highly praised all over the hip-hop social networks. 
     


     

  • 01:05

    Jayne Ava, Soulful, Electronic Pop

    in Pop Culture

    Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Electric Pop Singer Jayne Ava to the Show. 



    www.jayneava.com


    Jayne Ava’s eclectic sound can be described as soulful, electronic pop fueled by a large range of emotions. Raised by music loving parents, she has always been in awe of artists on a broad spectrum ranging from Patti LaBelle to Prince to Queen, and Cheap Trick. She also cites Gwen Stefani, Pink, The Scissor Sisters, The Spice Girls, Alanis Morissette, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Gossip as immense musical influences. It was these impeccable musical talents who made her realize that music had to be her future.


    Jayne Ava was given the opportunity to work with esteemed producer, Prince Saheb, on her upcoming EP, March. Saheb has been taking the music industry by storm since working with influential artists such as, Lil Kim, Jay Sean, Rick Ross, Ray J and Brandy to name a few. March is set for release later this fall.


    For media inquiries: 
    LAFAMOS
    www.LAFAMOS.com