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Join us for PWR SLAM! Each & Every Wednesday Night at 9 PM EST / 8 PM CS. This week we talk to a revolutionary, an ambassador, a model and a gentleman. Several of these actually describes one person. In our spotlight, Koby Rutland from Bodyslam Media Productions will join us to talk about the two shows they will be running this weekend with some top name talent, including WWE Hall Of Fame member Jerry The King Lawler. Also joining us from Bodyslam will be wrestler Andy Dalton. We will then be joined by former WWE star Sylvain Grenier. Sylvain's career in WWE spanned a number of incarnations, from the anti American revolutionary in La Resistance to Sylvan the Model to Sylvain, Ambassador From Quebec. Now of course when you put a guy from Quebec, an opinionated female from Toronto, and a host from the city of the Stanley Cup champions, there will be hockey talk and it might turn into verbal fisticuffs. Speaking of fisticuffs, our featured guest knows how to put his up in the classical sense. Eric Right, known as The Gentleman Brawler, is one of the most unique wrestlers on the scene today. Coming down to the ring in a robe and towel, with a handlebar mustache and the low cut boots of the early days of wrestling, Eric combines the look with a skill that has made him one of the people you just can't miss. Gaining national exposure as part of the roster of Paragon Pro Wrestling, we will talk about the changes in Eric's personna from where he started to where he is now and what he sees for the future of The Gentleman Brawler. As always, Sean, Steve and Katie welcome your questions via our chat room by joining Blog Talk Radio (FREE of Charge), Skype or phone at (347) 826-9418. Please remember all calls and the chat will be screened. ***ALL CALLS MAY BE SUBJECT TO SCREENING & TIME RESTRICTIONS*** Join us as we Brawl Like A Gentleman (And One Lady) for what promises to be 3 FULL hours of Fantabulous Fandemonium Indytainment!
This week on the show we are joined by ‘The Handlebar Haberdasher’ Marion Fontaine to talk this Friday Nights Olde Wrestling "Speak Easy Spectacular" in Lakewood OH. we talk all about Olde Wrestling, its creation, the first show, this weeks show and more. plus we talk to Marion about his career too including PWO,AIW,AAW, Chikara and more! a really good 1hr interview. Also Brian the Brain joins us with his LIVE Review of PWG Eleven from this past Saturday night. Then Monsoon Classic returns with a LIVE review of AIW's Double Header from Saturday Night!! Plus all the Indie news of the week, results and previews of this weekends biggest shows! Its your Thursday Indie Fix.
With the 2014 Winter Olympics being held in Sochi Russia this year starting on February 7th, Flavor Living Radio is proud to share Russian Food Traditions.
Our guests for the show will include: Tatyana Telnikova, born in Russia and owner of Handlebar Restaurant in St. Louis Missouri. We can’t wait to hear her tell us about some of the Russian foods that the Olympians will get to experience in Sochi. Then stayed tuned as we talk with Hotel Manager of the “Tulip Inn Rosa Khutor Hotel” about “Amsterdam”, the hotel’s restaurant located in Sochi.
Now you too can touch what some cooks will never in their life have a chance to feel, what this grand hotel will be serving their guests. Not just any guests but guests that have come from all over the world to participate in this year’s winter Olympics.
A good hearty meal sets the senses straight, our bodies in motion and our minds to think clearly. Be sure to take notes so that you yourselves can prepare these dishes at home and then tell your friends you’re eating what our great Olympians ate.
Laura Walsh discusses her album Take Your Time Pop Roxx Radio, Featuring Interesting People doing Interesting Things Hosted by Pop Artist Jamie Roxx Tonight's Featured Guest: Laura Walsh http://www.facebook.com/LauraWalshMusic http://www.laurawalshmusic.com http://www.reverbnation.com/laurawalsh http://twitter.com/LauraWalshMusic http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/laura-walsh/id435146591 http://open.spotify.com/artist/5e9mByLFP9kMK0hZKNghdz Nashville recording artist and Arizona native, Laura Walsh, is actively involved in the Southwest music scene. Debuting her brand new album, Take Your Time, Laura has been featured as a pre-show opener for Miranda Lambert, Sugarland, Lee Brice, and Kacey Musgraves as well as a featured guest artist with The Lost Trailers at the NASCAR race at Phoenix International Raceway. As a local regular, she is making a name for herself at venues such as Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, Handlebar J, Hard Rock Café, Harrah’s Ak Chin, and Martini Ranch.
One of Steven's favorite mottos is "The only things in life we regret are the risks we don't take." He is a strong believer in taking chances and fighting for what he wants in life. Steven's breakout role was playing RED, the lead in Ashes of Eden. Steven had seen an ad and sent in one of the monologues he had produced and uploaded to YouTube. After filming Ashes of Eden, Steven met Michael Joiner (The Grace Card) and they hit it off right away. After Ashes, Michael didn't hesitate to call about another lead role in his project, Surrender. Afterward, Steven has appeared in commercials and starred in a music video, produced for a well known band in Germany. Look for Sutherland to star in future projects.
Shane is an award winning producer of feature length films. He approached acting in the late 90's by enrolling into a theatre program at a local community college. As a writer/director he has produced two features. In 2008, Shane premiered his first, The Model Father. A film he wrote, directed, produced, and edited. Then in 2009, Shane premiered a documentary called Craftsman Style. Both films have played to several sold out screenings throughout Michigan to much acclaim for their thoughtful approach to storytelling. Shane also collaborated on two award winning features by Rebel Pictures, Fairview St. and Handlebar. Serving as producer, assistant director and actor. In Handlebar, Shane was co-writer and was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 2011 Detroit Independent Film Festival. Ashes of Eden was Shane's breakout film. He was again writer, director, producer and editor. A tour-de-force of powerful acting and compelling imagery. Produced in association with Collective Development Inc and Ahptic Film and Digital.
Welcome to the Gateway to the Redwoods! The setting tonight is at the Mendocino County Museum and Skunk Train Depot in Willits, CA, and this weekend is all about celebrating the past with a Handcar Race, Beard and Mustache competition, and all the goings-on all at the annual Kinetic Carnivale.
Kinectic Energy is all about motion and the energy that a body possesess because of it. In mathmatical terms, it's equal to the mass of the body times the square of its speed...got it?
Just after the California Gold Rush, and before the San Fransisco Earthquake, transportation was primarily horse, human and a lot of steam. Early Californians were a hardy bunch, and the Kinetic Carnivale, taking place this weekend, brings us a back to a time of Steam Trains, Gold Miners, Handlebar Mustaches, Moonshine and Wild Women!
Alot of this is still recognizable in an area of Northern California called, The Gateway to the Redwoods and all taking place in what is known as the Kinetic Carnival.
In this interview, his second visit with us, Michael McCallum discusses his latest project “Sure Thing,” a stirring film that illustrates one man’s depths of despair. See the teaser here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTB4_9GpJmI&feature=c4-overview&list=UUY84j42-LDM-niJn2bT-IkA
Michael McCallum is an award-winning writer, director and actor from Michigan and whose film credits include the award-winning Fairview St., Handlebar, Lucky, Shadowpuppet, Slow Burn, Small Town Fireworks, Buffalo. and more.
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Michael McCallum is an award-winning writer, director and actor from Michigan and whose film credits include the award-winning Fairview St. (which by the way is the most awarded and nominated independent film made in the state of Michigan!), Handlebar, Lucky, Shadowpuppet, Slow Burn, Small Town Fireworks (which just premiered at the Improvised Film Festival in Sydney, Australia), and his most recent film, Buffalo. Pretty amazing, especially when considering that they are all very different films.
Then there is the short comedic film trilogy Waiter From Hell, a hilarious take on what happens when one encounters the absolute worst waiter on the planet.
Once you get to know him, you realize it is no coincidence that McCallum’s production company is named Rebel Pictures. Find out more about this award-winning production company at http://www.rebelpictures.net. And then join us on Monday, July 9th at 7pm EST to find out what drives McCallum and how he is living his dream…and it is SOME DREAM!
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The Amazing Chris Guenzler with host a Tribute to Richard Hamilton our shows founder. Richard started the show with CJ and I called in one the first show then was on the second show as a guest. From old San Diego Club where I first met Richard I developed a friendship with him that lasted until his early death.Richard had his unique handlebar moustache that was his trademark. He will forever be missed! We will be having many people who knew Richard call into the show.