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One very important fact about Alan Merrill: He was the lead singer and songwriter of the first and original 1975 version of "I Love Rock N Roll" with his band, The Arrows. The song has become an enduring international rock anthem, recorded by Joan Jett, Britney Spears, and many others. Joan Jett saw Merrill perform the song on a British television pop show in '76, while on tour with her band, The Runaways, and she was deeply inspired. Her 1982 version of the song was #1 for 8 weeks in the USA.After starting to play music in semi-pro bands in Greenwich Village, Alan eventually moved to Japan in his late teens. Starting his professional career in music with the RCA-Victor Tokyo-based recording group, The Lead, in 1968, Alan replaced Mark Elder as guitarist in the band. They had one hit single, titled "Blue Rose." It was also then that his management changed his professional name to Alan Merrill.Alan's composition, "When The Night Comes" (as recorded by R&B great Lou Rawls in 1983), was taken into space by the first black astronaut in history, Guion "Guy" Bluford. It was the first LP ever in outer space, and Alan Merrill wrote the title track! The album "When The Night Comes" by Rawls, also won two Beach Awards for best album, and the recording has a 5-star rating (full marks) in Rolling Stone magazine's album guide .http://www.alanmerrill.com
We'll talk with writer Cheryl Merrill about her applied creativity work documenting elephants in Africa, as well as her forthcoming book, Larger than Life, Living in the Shadows of Elephants. Find out what elephants have to teach us about creativity, learning, writing ... and being human.
Cheryl writes about her experience with elephants: "Together. Inhabiting the earth. Lives enlarged."
FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. FamilySearch believes that families bring joy and meaning to life.
Merrill White was born and raised in Sparks, Nevada. He graduated from BYU with a BA in History and Minor in Music. Has worked for FamilySearch for 14 years and is currently a Product Manager for the FamilySearch Discovery Center initiative.
Robert Kehrer worked for 12 years as a molecular geneticist identifying disease genes by building very large family pedigrees. He has an MBA and worked for 7 years at Apple managing strategic alliances and driving market strategy in the sciences. For the last 7 years Robert has worked for FamilySearch as a product manager in the Family History Library, overseeing the public APIs, and managing the development of FamilySearch.org beta. He is currently the senior product manager of search technologies for FamilySearch.
Carrie-Anne Hartley is a Psychic Medium and Clairvoyant. Carrie-Anne is able to connect you with loved ones who have passed on. Carrie-Anne has had this ability, which she considers a gift since she was a child.
As a child Carrie became aware of her extraordinary paranormal skills, which left her feeling confused.
At age 14, Carrie-Anne was shopping with her mother, when mysterious woman suddenley approached her and whispered "I know you have the gift of clairvoyance, dont be afraid of it, and use it will". Carrie-Anne now understands, she has definetly accepted this gift, and has used it to help many people over the years.
Carrie-Anne and her guardians help people focus, gain clarity and provide closure. The guardians are able to connect with loved ones who have passed away. They also have the ability to locate missing persons.
www.247thestream.com/spiritual/ tuesday nights 7 central carrieannehartleypsychic.com 908-914-8553
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Dave Sweet, organizer of Whisky Live talks about event participation and how small businesses can generate sales by participating.
Winthrop H. Smith Jr tells the story of perhaps the best known financial brand in America in his book Catching Lightning in a Bottle: How Merrill Lynch Revolutionized the Financial World
Koel Thomae talks about bringing Australian yougurt to America and why it is called Noosa Finest Yoghurt.
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Greg Hartley about his involvement in the equestrian division of The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). Hartley, an Atlanta, Georgia resident, participates in SCA equestrian activities across the southeast. His passion is for mounted combat, but he talks about all the different hobbies and interests SCA members can pursue at their events and why folks are attracted to this type of lifestyle. Their large meetings (from 500-15,000 SCA members) usually take place off the beaten path at venues that can accommodate them. This weekend, Castle Wars XI: Throne of Games will take place at McIntosh Reserve Park in Whitesburg, Georgia. Activities for all ages will be available and newcomers are always welcome to come out and observe this interesting way to enjoy one's horse, as well as to learn a little history!
Also on this show, an update from Shannon Schraufnagel of Horse Trails and Camping Across America and a new segment of Vet Call with Dr. E about blanketing your horse in cold, winter weather.
The Able Act was signed into law by President Obama and promises to help people with disabilities live lives of more independence through tax free savings accounts. Join us as we discuss how these account will work with Mark Friese, Vice President of Special Needs Planning at Merrill Lynch, and Sara Weir, President National Downs Syndrome Society.
Denise Turney is the author of Portia, Love Has Many Faces, Spiral, Long Walk Up, Rosetta's Great Hope and Love Pour Over Me. She is also a two-time Navy Achievement Medal winner.
Her works have appeared in various national and international periodicals among which include: Parade, Madame Noire, USA Today, Obsidian II, Essence, The Pittsburgh Quarterly, The Bucks County Courier Times, The Trenton Times, Sisters In Style, Today?s Black Woman and The Trenton State College Literary Review.
Denise Turney has spoken at the prestigious Spelman College, facilitated the Women of Color: Financial Independence Conference at the Philadelphia Community College, The Aspiring Writer?s Conference in Philadelphia, and served as a panelist for Take Our Daughters To Work Day at Merrill Lynch in Princeton, New Jersey. Denise travels the country speaking and connecting with readers at large national events that host 40,000 ? 1 million attendees.
Denise is host of a blog talk radio show, Off the Shelf.
Tonight @7pm CT/8pm ET Johny Q. aka Johnny Quantum will be speaking with some of V3Fights New Signee's, the ammy 135 Champ and that's just for starters... THIS A NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS AND FORMER CHAMPIONS THAT YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS!!!!
7PM CT/8PM ET: Rod Glavan(V3Fights PR Guru)
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8PM CT/9PM ET: Adrian Thomas(V3Fights 135 Champ)
8:30PM CT/9:30PM ET: Malcolm Hardmon(New Signee)
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Fluke is really LUKE? The Haunted Star SAVED by Sonny! Sonny PARDENED! Neil SEES ALL! Phyllis moves in with VICTOR! Neil & Nikki DRINK together! Franco quotes James Franco movies under LCD! Helena & Luke JAILED! Jake remebers ALL! Sam puts pieces TOGETHER! Dylan strikes Joe AGAIN! Austin QUITS! Kelly causes TROUBLE! - All that an a lot more on this edition of Talk Soap! - Plus a splash of HOT TOPICS!
Update: “The Pacific Maritime Association, which represents terminal operators at West Coast ports, announced Wednesday it would be stopping all vessel loading and unloading operations on Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday."
If the West Coast ports are shut down at a cost to the country of nearly $2 billion a day, what will happen to manufacturing and the economy? Will the president invoke the Taft-Hartley Act to force the sides back to work by declaring a national emergency?
For those who have been following the recent ISM reports, and stories on <a href=”http://mfgtalkradio.com">MFG Talk Radio ... read more</a>
Executives from 5 different leading industry associations discussed the crippling economic effects of the West Coast port situation today on Manufacturing Talk Radio, a live Internet broadcast to business and industry around the world. Peter Freidman, Executive Director of the Agriculture Transportation Coalition, Mark Hirzel, President of the Los Angeles Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association, Jonathan Gold, Vice President for Supply Chain and Customs Policy at the National Retail Federation, Jason Brewer, Vice President of Communications & Advocacy for the Retail Industry Leaders Association, and Chad Moutray, Chief Economist for the National Association of Manufacturers all provided facts, figures and commentary on the direct and indirect impact of the protracted West Coast port labor negotiations between the Pacific Maritime Association and the International Longshoreman and Warehouse Union.
With no contract, will the ILWU walk off the job and strike? Will the PMA lock out the workers as they did in 2002? If the West Coast ports are shut down at a cost to the country of nearly $2 billion a day, which seems likely given the breakdown in contract negotiations, thousands of containers coming into the U.S. and thousands more head out stuff with our exports will sit idle at the docks. Will the president invoke the Taft-Hartley Act to force the sides back to work by declaring a national emergency? Tune in to Manufacturing Talk Radio and get the latest update on how a port strike could further cripple America’s manufacturing and potentially the whole economy for 2015.
For those who have been following the recent ISM reports, and stories on mfgtalkradio.com one of the recurring concerns of respondents in both the manufacturing and service sector has been the congestion at West Coast Ports – which handled 43.5% of containerized cargo in the U.S and where transiting cargo accounted for 12.5% of US GDP – as a result of reduced work output by the local unions who have been more focused in recent weeks on ongoing wage hike negotiations.
Join us this Tuesday, February 10th at 1PM EST with returning special guest Peter Friedmann: Executive Director, Agriculture Transportation Coalition, who plays a key role in developing U.S. and international ocean and waterborne transportation policy. Joining Peter will be Mark Hirzel, President, Los Angeles Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association, Inc., Mark is the Customs Consultancy Manager for DHL Global Logistics, responsible for DHLs professional consulting services team in the United States. Mark consults with DHL’s largest clients on developing internal audits and programs, to insure compliance with import and export laws and regulations.
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