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Award winning musician J.P. Cormier captures in one 4 minute song the devastation and reality of Post Traumatic Combat Disorder. This remarkable man delivers the profound message that so many of our veterans of war are coming home permanently scarred. It is not an American issue, or Canadian, it is a global issue.
Lyrics to Hometown Battlefield, He got home from service as the spring began its turn, 12 long months away, He folded up his uniform with the medals tucked inside, Started living for today, But the present could not find him, nor could his wife and kids, He was there but he was gone, Soon his only comfort was a bottle and his gun, Something right that went so wrong.
Some of J.P.'s accomplishments:
• 13 solo albums released since 1995
• 12 East Coast Music Awards since 1991
• 5 Music Industry Association Nova Scotia
• Canadian Folk Music Award, 2005 Instrumental Album Of The Year – X8: A Mandolin Collection
• Juno Nomination, 1998 Roots/Trad Recording of the Year for Another Morning
• 30+ awards over 20 years for competitions in fiddle, guitar, banjo, and song writing
• Maritime Fiddling Festival, Best Reel – 1989, 1995
• Performed over 20 times at the Grand Old Opry
• Two #1 hits on European country radio
• Dozens of TV and Radio appearances
Join us Tonight 6pm PST, 9PM EST as we Talk to Grammy Recording Engineer Khaliq Glover Discusses with The Reel 411"s Host George Wilson his over thirty year career and will be adding some valuable information that all Songwriters, Engineers, Musicians, and Producers should know. Khaliq has work with Top “A List” Clientele including artists such as Prince, Herbie Hancock, & Marcus Miller. 25+ Years Experience ...Don't miss tonights discussion.
Hello there! Welcome to the new Chloé Show. We've changed our name to Bread-Winning Moms With Chloé. After discovering our main audience and who listens to the show most we want to say, Thank you, and Happy Thanksgiving to all the ladies, and gentlemen too, who love and support us by listening live or to the podcast.
Today, Chantél Thompson of Sweet Job Spot and I discuss today's new breed of bread-winning mothers... from single breadwinners, married breadwinners, married co-breadwinners, breadwinners of mixed families and married with all the bread. Because of education, career advancement, a global economy and the desire to be independent and economically free, women are becoming responsible for themselves and their families in a way we've never seen before.
Chloé Taylor Brown is a three time author, transformational executive coach, lifestyle coach, PEP coach practitioner, and an advocate and mentor for young women and girls. Her books are available at Amazon.com. Connect with Chloé @ChloeTBrown
The “Secret” is out! 2013 Grammy winner Gregg Karukas is back with a new collection featuring his signature piano touch, pristine production, and melodies that are both soulful and sophisticated. Organic, funky, and melodic is how the original Rippingtons keyboardist describes his latest, long awaited 12th solo project, "Soul Secrets". Gregg's elegant grand piano melodies and infectious grooves are everywhere; this time around he digs into his roots, featuring the classic Fender Rhodes, Wurlie, Minimoog and B3 keyboards quite a bit.
At a generous and expansive 14 tracks and no covers, "Soul Secrets" reveals Karukas as an artist who has refined his sound to be instantly recognizable while constantly exploring a wide range of styles and grooves – from old school soul-jazz, with hints of gospel, R&B and funk to the world/samba grooves he immersed himself in while touring with Brazilian legends Sergio Mendes and Dori Caymmi. The album’s debut single, “Elegant Nights” is classic Karukas; it was the #1 Most Added Track in its first week on radio. The live interplay sizzles as Gregg surrounds himself with an all-star guest list that includes his friends Rick Braun, Euge Groove, guitarists Ricardo Silveira, Michael O’Neill, Adam Hawley and James Harrah; violinist Charlie Bisharat, Luis Conte, Eric Valentine, Nate Phillips; vocalists Shelby Flint and Ron Boustead and 21 year old rising sax star and occasional touring partner Vincent Ingala.
The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards nominations are in! Nashville makes a huge presence on the list, including artists such as Meghan Trainor, Brandy Clark, The Black Keys, Jack White, Ryan Adams and Cage The Elephant, not to mention the nominees from the Country categories. The guys discuss the list as well as Nikki Williams' performance in Nashville, holiday parties and more!
And this week's #NUartist is Dustin Sellers! Not only has Sellers performed as the front man for Nashville rock band Overzealous, and performed with Magnolia Sons, but he is now taking a solo approach with new music and live shows. Overzealous will still remain an active band and outlet for Dustin Sellers songs and performances. However, Sellers has alot of material that is unique to both overzealous and to previous material he has written.
Tune in for another special morning edition of That's Entertainment as I talk with singer, songwriter, and four-time Grammy nominee, Jewel. Jewel has sold 27 million albums worldwide and she is best known for her two duets with Kelly Clarkson and the Pistol Annies. Recently she released a holiday album call "Let It Snow" and is currently recording her 13th album, which will be release in 2015. And now Jewel will be returning back as 1/3 of the judging panel on the hit NBC's capella musical competition series, "The Sing Off." Shawn Stockman from the Grammy winning group, "Boyz II Men," as well as Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump make up the rest of the judging panel. Multi-platinum recording artist, actor and television personality, and front-man of the popular band 98 Degrees, Nick Lachey, will be the host. This season we will see six new groups compete in this year two hour holiday special. Tune in on Tuesday, December 16 at 10:30am ET as I talk with the very charismatic Jewel on www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs.
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This week's show is our last regular episode of 2014, as Christmas Eve will be our "Best of Canadian Musician Radio 2014" edition, followed by our New Year's Eve "What's Hot for 2015" edition. Closing out 2014, we've got both Street Pharmacy and Trevor Guthrie on the program.
Ryan Guay, the mind behind Street Pharmacy, is set to drop his next full-length, Pharmanomics, in early January 2015. The album takes influence from the worlds of reggae, rock, ska, and early hip hop and features collaborations with a cool list of producers, including ex-illScarlett members Johnny Doherty and Will Marr, Gavin Brown (Billy Talent, Metric), and Adam Tune (Keys N Krates).
As for Trevor Guthrie, after first coming into the industry with soulDecision in the mid-'90s, the well-known songwriter and performer has seen his solo career take off since 2013, after he was featured on Armin van Buuren's track "This Is What It Feels Like" and Markus Schulz's "Until It's Gone." Mike catches up with Trevor about his current projects and what's in store for the new year.
World Footprints will walk in the footprints of two socially-conscious guests--a Grammy-nominated singer whose musical talents led her to change her life and live her passion, and we'll welcome back a good friend whose efforts are savings one of the most graceful and beautiful big cats on our planet.
Rene Marie is a Grammy-nominated singer, actress and writer who uses her energetic and dynamic voice to raise awareness about social issues. Inspired by iconic entertainer - Eartha Kitt - Rene has released a tribute album honoring Eartha Kitt, an inspiring artist who helped changed America's landscape for the better. Rene also uses her voice to shine attention on important issues in America.
Next we welcome back Dr. Laurie Marker, founder of The Cheetah Conservation Fund. The cheetah is one of the oldest and most majestic animals in the world and is fighting to survive. While it's taken four million years for the species to develop, it has only taken 100 years for mankind to bring the cheetah to the brink of extinction. Dr. Laurie Marker has made it her life's mission to reverse that trend. As the founder of the Cheetah Conservation Fund, Dr. Marker and her team are ensuring that the cheetach is here for the ages.
The definition of WINNING relates to succeeding by striving or effort or to gain victory by overcoming an adversary. In sports, it seems that winning has become too simplistic. It begs the question, "Is winning everything"?
During tonight’s show, we will address the following:
Ø Should a team have a certain record when considering if tanking the rest of the season is an option?
Ø Does a winning record matters when a team is in the rebuilding process?
Ø Do you think losing to a great team is acceptable in professional sports?
Ø Magic Johnson said, "I hope the Lakers lose every game, because if you're going to lose, lose. And I'm serious." Was he correct or fair to have that perspective.
What it takes to be a winner in life and if you feel the odds are stacked against you, how to change the circumstances so that you are winning. There are ways to increase your odds of being a winner. Chanti and Desiree are back on air discussing this important topic. Please call in if you would like to share your own story about winning and what it means to you
This week KD the Comic will dig into the world of comedy with Discrimination in the Comedy world along with Cliques in the Biz. Along wth some other worldly topics mixed in with comical fun. KD also brings in Grammy nominnee this year in the world of COMEDY SAMPSON MCCORMICK. The two have had adventures together and seperate in the world of comedy and will talk about that. Along with there trip to a NUDIST COLONIE back in the day!
There is no doubt that Grammy nominated singer/songwriter/musician David Young is talented. Over the years, David Young has performed for Barbara Streisand, Elizabeth Taylor, Guns & Roses and Paul McCartney, who started a standing ovation for him at one of his performances. David Young’s music has been played on hundreds of radio stations around the world, as well as, on the soap operas General Hospital, All My Children, and Passions. And over a million copies of his CD’s have sold. Few things reach us like instrumental music. The art and craft of singer- songwriter David Young brings a wordless message that calms the mind and reaches into your heart and soul with notes that need no words. But David has a new not-so-silent writing partner…George Harrison…And why would George Harrison choose to communicate to and through David? More www.davidyoungmusic.com and www.HelloDrCJ.com