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Old school, new school, folk, or any other genre of Rock that is what you will find here. Look for MMA and other discussions on the show as well. Tune in with Leto Covington as your host and become part of the Laymanradio family. After the show you can visit the website, www.laymanradio.com to see all the other things Laymanradio has to offer.
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First it was Steve Fossen (HEART BY HEART) now its Fran Sheehan (formerly of BOSTON) from the American Vinyl All-Star Band who will be appearing on my show this week. I don't know what it is but I seem to be attracting bass players to the show so far, not that it's a bad thing, but now I have to get Geddy Lee or Steve Harris next to complete the trio. Tune in this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. est to listen as I ask this rock legend about being apart of one of the Biggest Selling debut albums (until GNR surpassed it with Appetite) of all time. There is so much to ask him, he actually has a strange tie in to Van Halen that I want to discuss. So please listen in or as always, I would love for you guys to call in and ask this rock Legend about his experiences and his newest project. and the legendary band members he is currently playing with.
The Knicks and Nets Suck and the Rangers are killing it, but the Islanders are hurting and the Devils maybe sneaking in to the Playoffs so that is top of the list for me. But wait I think pitchers and cathchers reported last week which means the circus is in town, yes there has been an A-ROD sighting in Florida so I am sure there will be news from Yankees camp to discuss.
Matt Harvey is throwin "Stinkin Dynamite" (Thanks to boomer and carton show) so we have plenty of Mets news for you as well.
Oh and by the way, Winston and Marriotta threw at the combine, who fared better? and who helped his draft status? Tune in I will tell you.
All of this and a legendary bass player? Where can you get this kind of value for your money? Actually its free so I could put on a shit show and it would still make sense..
See you live this Thursday on Blogtalkradio.com
Keep on Rockn'!!!!
The 2 Hour show devoted to the Band 'Guns N ' Roses. Other topics include why are there so many nut jobs on GNR forums. Listeners are welcome to call in and talk about anything GN'R related. This is not a pro-Axl or Pro-Slash show. Also, this show is for lovers of the both the new and old band. It's about having a good time during this 2 hour show. Thomas Meadow has been doing these talk shows on and off for 4 years. He hasn't done a show in over a year and this is his return from a year in Asia.
Airing Sunday 9/14/14 at 8:00 P.M. EST
John Scarbrough of Gecko Boa Reptiles has been really wowing the community with his incredible creations. In this epsiode we will discuss his unique projects, morphs and exactly what it takes to continue making incredible geckos year after year. His focus extends not just with Leopard Geckos but with a wide variety of rare and obscure species of geckos as well. Make sure you tune in to this special episode. Join us in the chatroom while the show is airing. The chatroom works best with Google or firefox browsers. If you would like to ask a question live on the air and get a few seconds of fame then by all means call us at 646-478-5331 (Press 1 when prompted and I will know that you want to come on the air). Thank you all for making GNR a global success. We continue to grow with every episode and it's all thanks to you. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GeckoNationRadio
Check out our guest John Scarbrough at www.Geckoboa.com
Airing Sunday 8/31/14 at 8:00 PM Eastern Time.
Super sized Leopard Geckos are highly sought after in the hobby. For some, size certainly does matter. Join us for a fun discussion all about Giants and other morphs that Keith Kiggins works with over at Giantleopardgecko.com. GNR is proud to have Keith as a sponsor to the show as well. Hang out with us in the chatroom. The chatroom works best with Google and Firefox browsers and appears shortly before the show starts. Maybe there will be a prize for listeners??
Check him out at www.giantleopardgecko.com
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The Harp Twins, Camille and Kennerly are identical twins who play the harp. They take modern songs from bands like Iron Maiden, AC/DC, GNR, Bon Jovi, etc and TV show themes such as Star Trek, Doctor Who, and The Walking Dead. They started making independently produced videos and recordings of these songs several years ago, and have become YouTube sensations, with a copnstantly growing fanbase. They have also gotten recognition from some off the artists they cover like Iron Maiden.
Join us as we chat with them about their talents, music, movie appearances, and more. The Harp Twins aren't rock or metal bands obviously, but if you aren't familiar with them at the moment, you will be hooked at the end of the interview. Don't miss it!
Jonathan Boone, global wildlife photographer and researcher, has studied the captive husbandry and propagation of geckos since 1979. His work began at the young age of 14, when he purchased his first geckos from a local pet store and attended monthly herpetological meetings at the Tulsa Zoo. His first geckos included leopard geckos and day geckos of the genus Phelsuma.
Since then, Jon's collection has expanded to include some of the rarest and most obscure geckos in the world. He has travelled globally, with field research emphasis in Central America, South America, the Caribbean, and northern and southern Africa. In addition to his extensive field research, Jon has published numerous articles in popular herpetological journals. He has also assisted other authors by sharing findings as well as photographs from his husbandry experience and field research.
Exploring new possibilities, Jon has pioneered several practices in gecko husbandry, including innovative cage design, nutrition and mimicking seasonal rhythms. To educate and inspire others with interest in reptiles, Jon has spoken at as well as coordinated herpetological conferences. Jon has been the first to successfully breed over 200 species of gecko, and has collectively bred close to 500 gecko species. Among his other major advances was his discovery that Colopus kochii eggs can take almost 2 years to hatch.
In his efforts to further scientific research, Jon has provided nearly two thousand specimen samples to scientists, taxonomists and systematicists around the world. These specimen samples have been used to create documentation on new species, to update documentation on existing species, and to provide new localities and distinguishing characteristics between gecko species. (Taken from www.jonboone.com)
Join us on GNR as we speak with Jon about how he lives the gecko dream.
Jeff and Tony discuss everything they love and hate about metal music.
More on Metal Thurday 'ALIVE and in LIVING POWER' Today's show is a live recording of GUNS AND ROSES at the Troubador 1986, on Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, California. This is GNR clawing their way to the top of the LA music scene. This is GNR while they were living the life that led to their metal masterpiece 1987's APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION. This is the GNR that reignited metal music in the late 1980's. This the late great GNR, raw, rude, and not giving a schucks.
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