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Escondido is Nashville, TN based artists Jessica Maros and Tyler James. Recorded live in a single day, their 10-song debut album is due out Feb. 2013. Their sound is a washed out desert landscape steeped in American roots music. Escondido’s songs range from the Tom Petty/Fleetwood Mac influenced pop numbers Cold October and Bad Without You, to the lovelorn country ballads Special Enough and Willow Tree. The album marks a new chapter for both members. Maros, a Vancouver, British Columbia native, found success as a clothing designer after initially moving to Nashville with a record deal. Her jewelry has been worn by the likes of Prince and Lady Antebellum, her handmade dresses gracing the red carpet at the Oscars and Country Music Awards. James, a small-town Iowa native, has spent the last decade on the road as a solo artist and member of Los Angeles based Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros. They stop by on Sunday, December 2, at 8pm EST to discuss their new album and their forthcoming plans.
Welcome to "QUEENsized with Jazzelle," a variety podcast that covers just about everything under the sun. This week she sits down with Ryan Lionheart and his music group Kantre Band to share how they use their music and street logic to send a positive message.
Welcome to the 2016 National Signing Day Show for Marching Bands. Today we meet two high school students that will reveal to the world what college they will attend and the band program that they will become a part of. Please feel free to call in tonight to voice your support for these scholars at 718-664-6025, or you can join our chat room on the page of the broadcast. You can email the show at email@example.com, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com.
The scholars for 2016 are:
Diamond Frazier - Central High School in Memphis, TN
Andy Moreira - Centennial High School in Compton, CA
#StevieMackRadio – Episode Number 1,476 - Discussing The Lowrider Band and the music industry - Monday 04 11 2016
THE ORIGINAL CONPOSERS OF HITS!
LOWRIDER , WHY CANT WE BE FRIENDS, SPILL THE WINE ,SLIPPIN IN TO DARKNESS,CISCO KID ,THE WORLD IS A GHETTO,
Mon -Thu 10pm (PST)
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Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist! Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"
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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records S3productions
Magnante’s Accordion Band Clarinet Polka, Halli-Hallo-Halli-March
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Bluebird Records B-11294-A
Arr.by Charles Magnate
Magnate’s Accordion Band
Composers Hans Lengsfelder – H. Kirchstein
Charles Magnante (1905–1986) was an American accordionist, arranger, composer, author and educator. His artistry helped raise the image of the accordion from an instrument considered suitable only for folk music to an instrument accepted in many music genres
The Musician Gumbo Show with Athoas Brown is for musicians considering music as a career. Learn tips and tools to eat with your music.
This week Question: "Hello, I was wondering if you could help me because I'm in a band we play instruments well but when it comes to song writing we can't choose what to do. We keep fighting and the band is falling apart and I don't want that to happen. Can you please help me because we can't write songs like that."
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Originating from Boston, MA, Hard Rock Band Hand Of The Tribe was formed by Dave Henriquez (aka Henrock) who was the Songwriter/Producer for the national Rock Band Hourcast. Dave has toured all over the U.S. and Canada with bands such as 30 Seconds To Mars, Godsmack, Breaking Benjamin, Volbeat, All The Remains and Sevendust. He has played major festivals such as Rock On The Range and The Warped Tour as well as has had his music featured in the Saw III Soundtrack and Wanted Television Show. Hand Of The Tribe also consists of members: Emily Grogan (Guitarist/Vocals) who was featured in a Prime Time Canadian TV Series ‘Rocker Moms’ and was nominated for a Boston Music Award for Best Female Vocalist to play several instruments in several bands; Mike Odabashian (Drummer/Vocals) who has played in previous bands with Dave and toured with artist such as Mudvayne, Chevelle and Third Eye Blind and Justin Plante (Bassist/Vocals) who has played with Mike for many years and also toured on a national level. For more information, visit handofthetribe.com
Kicking off his career as a lowly production assistant under Roger Corman, Dave DeCoteau went on to helm dozens of films for Full Moon and its offshoot Torchlight Pictures throughout the 1980's and 1990's before establishing his own homoerotically oriented Rapid Heart Pictures.
Charles Band continued his father's theatrical tradition, enlisting his brother for soundtrack composition and establishing first his own Charles Band Productions, then the even more successful Empire Pictures and finally the label he's best known for, Full Moon!
With a history of highly entertaining films produced on a low budget but with aesthetic values and quirky concepts that belie their financial origins, Band produced and directed over a hundred films between his late 70's debut and the early millenium, and remains active in more of a niche, rather un-Full Moonlike market to this day.
Join us as we talk the rise and fall of Charles Band, Empire and Full Moon, plus his most consistent (and consistently entertaining) contributor, Dave DeCoteau!
Full Moon Rising: Dave DeCoteau, Charles Band, Empire and Full Moon
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Dedication breeds the best results. Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum guitarist and singer Mark Tremonti continues to wholeheartedly commit himself to his craft, barely drawing a breath for air in between his eponymous band, Alter Bridge, and Creed. Following tours supporting his critically acclaimed 2012 solo debut, All I Was, and Alter Bridge’s chart-topping Fortress, he immediately began writing in his Orlando Studio at the top of 2014. Joined by longtime guitarist Eric “Erock” Friedman, drummer Garrett Whitlock, and bassist Wolfgang Van Halen—a studio first—Tremonti penned more than twenty-five songs over the course of multiple sessions. Emerging from the most prolific period of his two-decade career, Tremonti delivers successive albums—Cauterize and Dust—on his Fret12 Records with production by Michael "Elvis" Baskette [Alter Bridge/Slash}. Cauterize lead the charge in summer 2015 and Dust is following in April 2016, the one-two punch of modern thrash and melody that has become the group’s signature fuels this engine, but Tremonti tweaks it with a polyrhythmic jackhammer at just the right moments. The group sold out countless shows on its tours and has a full slate of dates lined up ahead—including appearances at major festivals such as Download Festival, Graspop Metal Meeting, and Hellfest. “I hope people can enjoy the music the way I do,” he leaves off. “As we were recording, there was this excitement amongst everyone. We go into every record questioning if we’ll be able to outdo the previous album. That’s my goal—to make a better record every time. If one fan thinks Dust is better than Cauterize and All I Was, we’ve done our job.” For more information, visit www.fret12.com/mark-tremonti
Hopeton Brown presents Fred Campbell and his new band Skajamz
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 @ 9:000 pm
Call in: 661-467-2407
Fred Campbell started playing congos while he was still in high school. After graduation he stumbled on Kes Chin and there he met Lester Sterlin, Keith Studdart, Winston Turner and Rupert Bent. These musicians would continue to be a part of his musical journey. He then went to CarlosMalcolm and the Afro Jamaican Rhythms. There he recorded songs like Rucumbine, Run For Cover and a mento medley, all with Carlos.
He made the transition to the north coast, playing in the hotels. Here he met and worked with Leslie Butler and his wife Janet, who is an accomplished guitarist. This led to not only playing north coast hotels but top notch clubs in the Bahamas. He returned to Jamaica to play at the Glass Bucket club with an all star band with Ernest Ranglin, Leslie Butler and Roland Alphonso.
Next was his migration to the USA where he gave up music and started a business. After a good and prosperous ten years or so, Fred declared "Now it's my time", and with that, Skajamz was born.Skajamz is his today and tomorrow.
SHOW#320 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"
John “Blueshammer” Hammer joins me to talk about the 2016 Smokin’ In Steele Blues Festival, a Festival partner of Music On The Couch. This is one of the coolest festivals around and always has a tremendous lineup.
We have 4 Couch Kid New Music Segments Tonight!
Steve Dawson’s new album is Solid States & Loose Ends. Steve and I will talk about what he has been up to since his last appearance and we will explore this new album.
Jon Spear and Andy Burdetsky from the Jon Spear Band will come by with their new release, Live Music Is Better, recorded at the Southern Café & Music Hall last year.
I then get to visit with Janiva Magness who has released Love Wins Again, another stellar album from this incredible musician
Finally, I sit with Steve Hill, who is coming by with Solo Recordings, Volume 3, which released last month.
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