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Adam Stanco's in-depth discussion with San Antonio Spurs broadcaster Sean Elliott, the 1989 National Player of the Year and a two-time NBA All-Star, as part of the Great Point Podcast series on BBALLBREAKDOWN. The college legend and longtime Spurs standout discusses why a childhood injury changed his life, the reason behind the uprising of Arizona basketball, and how he hit one of the most famous shots in NBA history. Elliott also reveals a side of Gregg Popovich the public doesn't see, how one team nearly sabotaged Elliott prior to the NBA Draft, a side of Gregg Popovich the public doesn't see, and how his brother saved his life.
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Adam Stanco's in-depth discussion with former Florida Gator, NBA player, and international basketball star Matt Walsh about the firing of David Blatt. Walsh provides unique insight into the Cleveland Cavaliers coaching situation because he played for Blatt in Europe and knows Tyronn Lue on a personal level. Walsh reveals a side of Blatt the public hasn't seen, the reason why the LeBron-Blatt relationship was doomed from the start, and how Lue might be the perfect elixir for what ails the Cavs. They also discuss the NBA's rare player-first power structure, how LeBron has more pull than anyone realizes, what's next in the Kevin Love saga, and how Shaq and LeBron have something in common.
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Chuck Baier, author of the popular "Great Book of Anchorages..." series and the Trawler Beach House Blog (http://trawler-beach-house.blogspot.com/) will be our guest. Chuck will share information on the current status of regulations for going to Cuba by boat, including who can go, what to expect when "checking in" upon arrival by boat, what you can bring back, what facilities are available, and more.
Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. On today's show, we have super talented singer/songwriter Sierra Braden joining us to talk about her music, career, and anything she's working on that she can talk about. As usual, I have my friend, co-host, sidekick, and general thorn in my side, Emily, here with me, so let's get this going, shall we?
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Indie Singer/Songwriter Alicia Rae to the Show!
Waldorf, MD - Pop singer/songwriter, Alicia Rae, dropped her premiere Sweet Melody EP, filled with captivating hooks and an eclectic collection of musical narratives. In her most recent release, Alicia shines with heart-felt musical storytelling and crisp vocals. Drawing inspiration from love and heartbreak, Alicia combines the contrast of bitter and sweet to form a collection that resonates as truly delightful. The Sweet Melody EP is now available on iTunes.
With an inclination for precious pop and sincere love songs, Alicia Rae has just begun and is full of more musical tricks up her sleeve. Fans can expect big things from the east coast artist as she continues to craft new music and take her love for music and giving a voice to humanitarian causes to the stage.
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Chuck Baier is our guest. He will be talking about what you need to know if you are cruising from Florida to the Bahamas as part of your Great Loop cruise.
Careers are short lived these days --It did not used to be like that - Singers sang until the day they died...and had their voices 'rang out' way beyond the 'today' accepted' years without vocal problems that needed cortizone and surgeries etc. Why? WHAT HAS CHANGED?...Is it true that after age 50 there is no expectation of remaining in voice? Is it true that a 10-15 year career is all that can be expected of a voice? Is it ture that after a 'certain age' the voice begins to loose height, depth, wobbles etc. Is it tue that if your singing "Fach" is one thing, you should not be able to sing anything else or evrything? These questions are asked of me always... please join me for the answers and get blown away --- whatever you think --- this work will change your mind and your life and put you in touch with what is really possible!
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Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. We've got a really special guest on today's show, somebody I consider a dear friend. Singer/songwriter Megan Golden returns to the show to talk about what she's been up to since the last time she was on. I got a chance to meet Megan a few months ago at one of her live shows, and I'm sure that will be brought up on the show. So, with that, let's get this thing going!
Part 1 (of 2) of an in-depth discussion with former Kentucky and NBA star Rex Chapman. In Part 1, Chapman tells some fascinating stories about his relentless recruitment, his memorable run in Lexington, being the first player ever signed by the Charlotte Hornets, how he scored 39 points against Michael Jordan's 72-10 Bulls team, and what made Steve Nash and Jason Kidd so great.
(In Part 2, Chapman talks about the difficulties he’s faced after retiring from the NBA, why he thinks he’s battled with addiction, and the embarrassing event that ultimately led him to better his life.)
Babylon is fallen, is fallen,
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And there followed another angel, saying, Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication.
9And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand,
10The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb:
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Today is my 6th. year anniversary for my radio show on the Blog Talk Radio Network. For my 6th. year and 135th. show Mackenzie Phillips is my very special guest she is an actress and singer best known for her roles in American Graffiti and as rebellious teenager Julie Cooper on the sitcom One Day at a Time. She is most recently known for her role on Disney channel’s science – fiction show So Weird. She will be sharing the story of her incredible and turbulent childhood, how she battled severe addiction and made it to the other side; to a life of recovery and helping others. Mackenzie is the daughter of John Phillips, lead singer of the 60s band, The Mamas and the Papas. As a troubled teen star, Phillips made several visits to rehab before getting sober. Mackenzie’s struggles with addiction have been well documented in her bestselling memoir High On Arrival and in the media. She now wishes to use her past experiences to help others and offer hope to individuals who are struggling with substance abuse and addiction. She is now working for the Pasadena Recovery Center as their Recovery and Treatment Advocate, running groups on a weekly basis. For California listeners, every month Pasadena Recovery Center welcomes experts, celebrities and authors to their Speaker Series Event where members of the community can attend; listen to inspiring stories, learn about addiction treatment, and more. For more info on the next speaker series, follow Pasadena Recovery Center on Facebook https://twitter.com/MackPhillips , https://www.facebook.com/mack.phillips.33?fref=ts