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THE KUDZOO RADIO HOUR welcomes Devon Allman to the show. Devon has a great new solo album called Turquoise, as well as a recent release with The Royal Southern Brotherhood. Of course, he still has Honeytribe as well. A busy guy! We will spin some tracks from his solo record and talk about everything, including how many interviews begin with "Tell us about your daddy."
We are also happy to present a great syndicated radio special celebrating the 35th anniversary of Fleetwood Mac's mega-hit album Rumors. The show features interviews with Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. Great, never before heard live tracks from '77 will be played as well! Get your Mac on! See y'all on the radio!
Call in @ (347) 838-8952 Join me as i interview this Hit Maker "Mac Mal" and Artist from Mississippi That has worked with many big names in the mainstream industry now! SO CALL IN TO SPEAK TO THE STAR! AND THE HOST! about is future in the industry an all his up coming projrotects!
I know you've thought about it, Why do some people use Apple or Mac computers and why do some use PC's or Windows computers? It may not be obvious but there are major differences in these two systems Tune in and find out which one is better for you. Have questions or comments Call us or use the chat room.
We have a very special Star Chamber Show this Wednesday at 9pm EST, featuring recording artist and performer G Tom Mac!
In writing, singing & creating the masterpiece "Cry Little Sister" as the theme song to the now classic film "THE LOST BOYS," GERARD McMANN hit a deep & provocative nerve in his career as both a recording artist & live performer.
Only thing was, when the film released in 1987, he was fed up with the music scene's "business" and stopped touring. He then changed his name to G TOM MAC as a result of no one ever pronouncing his real name correctly.
Born in Birmingham, England, Gerard spent his early years listening to The Beatles, David Bowie & Stevie Wonder. “I was inspired by various pop and R&B artists at an early age.” His family moved from England to New York City when Gerard was 11 and then a few years later moved to the Midwest. “When I was there I started learning guitar and the bass and realizing I had a voice, I started a band which played in clubs all over the Midwest.”
G TOM MAC went on to write songs for legendary singers such as Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin and Roger Daltrey of The Who. An array of contemporary Hip Hop artists, such as Ice Cube and Digable Planets, as well as KISS, Carly Simon and Eminem started to cover G Tom Mac's songs. Last year G Tom Mac earned a Grammy on Eminem’s "RECOVERY" album in which Eminem sampled him in the song "You're Never Over." Having had songs in over 50 films including Chasing Amy, Banger Sisters, No Way Home & more than 100 TV shows including Vampire Diaries, Scrubs, and the Big Bang Theory that still continue to license G Tom Mac's music.
Dr. Patrick Garrett with talk about his specialty practice. along with Jayton tha Mac's topic for the week. Matt with have all your news, sports and entertainment headlines. Be prepared for another hour of jam packed fun.
MAC LOW THE BOSS
Cornelius Brown aka MAC LOW THE BOSS was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. He is a hip hop recording artist, song writer & music producer whose style is influenced by the consciousness movement and personal experiences. The challenges that he has faced in his lifetime has enabled him to develop an approach to his creative self-expression that is extraordinarily unique. MAC LOW THE BOSS demonstrates the skills of a seasoned veteran that knows how to rock a crowd. He has proven again & again that he can deliver with profound element that makes up a true artist.
MAC LOW THE BOSS has opened shows for numerous professional artists such as Mac-10, Eight Ball & M.J.G, Quint Black, Spice1, M.C Eight, 5th Ward Boys, Lil Troy, and D.S.R and so on. Born Cornelius Brown, Mac Low had discovered his passion for music early on in life. Once he decided that the entertainment industry would be his focal point, he began to concentrate on developing his natural talents for performing & songwriting. Later, he forged intern relationships with various recording studios in the Dallas area. His sound is very distinguished, from a medium pace to an up tempo get the club crunk vibe, he can take you there. He is multi- talented and bound for success in the music industry.
Replay of I'm Mac episode "The Return of Mac on the Street" from September 15, 2012
Tonight, Kevin McLaughlin will discuss successful event marketing.
Some of the topics Kevin will talk about include:
Promoting yourself through a trade show
Choosing the right event
Preparing and setting goals for the event
Proper booth setup
Incentives and discounts in the booth
Employees working the booth
Post show follow-up
We will be discussing the music industry, touching on hot topics of the day, taking questions and interviewing Jayton tha Mac. This will be the first show of many to come. We will be having contest's for the fans, open mic night, and discussing how the music industry is affected by the encomony to politics.