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  • 00:56

    Gay XYZ - 2015 Year

    in LGBT

    GAY XYZ - 2015 New Year Show

  • 01:30

    Brunch Talk with Southern Gay Talk

    in LGBT

    Everyone has a past and the past can be a dark place for some and when your trying to move forward into the future you have to let go of the past but when the past wont let go of you it becomes an addiction. Untill you can admit you have a past and admit your past you can not overcome your addiction. When so many times in the past when the ones you loved the ones you trusted are the ones who hurt you its hard to allow anyone close it is a self protection that overtakes your life. 

  • 00:58

    Southern Gay Talk is Back

    in LGBT

    We have gone through some changes and we have heard your voice. We are also taking over a new dating app that is sure to leve you wanting to join. 

  • 01:56

    Str8 Gay Talk: #Stud/ButchesLivesMatterToo!

    in Entertainment

    It's Str8 Gay Talk!


    With your hosts: VeraM, Boss, Nikki D & Nickie L


     


    Today, our topic will be about Stud/Butches and how will they rank up, in the lesbian community in the near future. This question of the evening is...The Stud/Butch image, is it softening up or dying away?


    Could it really be, that the "Stud/Butch" image is disappering from the Lesbian Community altogether? And if so, could this be, the main reason for the Stud/Butches on Stud love these days?


    Well... Shit!


    Studs/Butches need love too, right?


     


    Do us a favor and comment your thoughts below and follow us on here, & like our page Str8 Gay Talk on FaceBook. Don't 4get to comment below and let us know how you feel about our shows.


     

  • 01:00

    Gay XYZ

    in LGBT

    Gay Hot Topics & We reminisce over songs from our youth!

  • 00:24

    Interview with Gene Watson

    in Country Music

    One of the most masterful voices in Country music ever, Gene Watson still sings in the same key as 30 years ago and continues to prove why he is rightly referred to as “The Singer’s Singer”. His powerful voice and multi-octave range allows him to sing some of the most challenging songs with an ease that comes from pure, natural talent as well as from his many years performing onstage.

    Real. Country. Music. finds the the 72 year-old Country legend once again proving he’s the master of classic Country music. He remains defiantly Country in the face of today’s more pop oriented offerings and is proud his legions of fans rely on him to keep traditional Country music alive and well. 


    With that in mind, Gene delved back into history to pull out some overlooked gems in other artist’s catalogs as well  as a few of his own songs that are fan favorites but are no longer available.  As Gene noted, “Today’s songwriters  are not really writing the kind of songs fans of serious classic country are wanting. Traditional country is about life,  heartaches, loves and family. I’ve got to relate to the words as something that either happened to me or happened  to someone I know.  It’s hard for me to wrap my mind around a song that’s simply about riding a tractor or just  drinking beer with friends. I want more out of a song. So I went back to some classic songwriters like Kris  Kristofferson, Larry Gatlin, Bill Anderson, Keith Whitley, Dean Dillon, Hank Cochran and Dave Kirby – just to name  a few of the greats.”

  • 00:59

    Do I Sound Gay

    in LGBT

    Discussion of November 17th Show

    Do I Sound Gay?

    Missy Elliott FINALLY has a song and music video out!!!!

    Charlie Sheen reveals that he’s HIV positive

    Jason says "NEXT" to a flakey man.

    Patti pies sell over $2 million in 2 days bc of viral videos

    Barbie clears ad featuring flamboyant young boy
    http://perezhilton.com/2015-11-16-first-boy-moschino-barbie-commerical-mattel-video

  • 02:08

    Str8 Gay Talk Presents: Mix It Up Mondays!

    in Hip Hop Music

    I'm Back everyone! I am your Host VeraM and I'm bringing you up! Its time to get hyped and feel yoself! Rather you are listening to Mix It Mondays on your way to work, coming home from work, or you are at home feeling like Turn DOWN 4 WHAT?! Well, tune in so that you can turn up! It don't matter if you are at by yourself, Turn UP! It's Str8 Gay Talk on Every Sunday, starting 7 pm EST. With your Host Boss, Nikki D, She She, and Guest Co-Hosts! Tune in Live! Music Entertainment: R & B  Hip Hop Music, & Rap!

  • 01:46

    Str8 Gay Talk Presents: Mix It Up Mondays!

    in Entertainment

    I'm Back everyone! I am your Host VeraM and I'm bringing you up! Its time to get hyped and feel yoself! Rather you are listening to Mix It Mondays on your way to work, coming home from work, or you are at home feeling like Turn DOWN 4 WHAT?! Well, tune in so that you can turn up! It don't matter if you are at by yourself, Turn UP! It's Str8 Gay Talk on Every Sunday, starting at 2pm and then at 7 pm EST. With your Host Boss, Nikki D, She She, and Guest Co-Hosts! Tune in Live! Music Entertainment: R & B  Hip Hop Music, & Rap!

  • 00:30

    Saivian 5 Star Ron Gene

    in Entrepreneur

    Saivian 5 Star Ron Gene talks with us about some of the key modes in a networker's life and what it takes to become sucessful in the industry!    

  • 00:11

    Gene Krupa And His Orchestra ‎– Are These Really Mine? / Harriet

    in Podcasting

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


     


    Gene Krupa And His Orchestra ‎– Are These Really Mine? / Harriet


     


     


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    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or curthahn74@yahoo.com


     


    Gene Krupa And His Orchestra ‎– Are These Really Mine? / Harriet


    Label: Columbia ‎– 36890


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single 


    Released: 1945


    Genre: Jazz, Pop


     


    A: Are These Really Mine?


    Vocals – Buddy Stewart Composers Saxon , Cook, Skylar


    CO35243


     


    B: Harriet (A Western Novelty Song)


    CO35336


    Vocals – Anita O'Day, Buddy Stewart Composers Baer, Cunningham