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  • 00:41

    Great Loop Information--The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway

    in Travel

    Our guest host this week is Brad Pickel, Executive Director of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association.  Brad will talk about this status of this  waterway which is an integral part  of  America’s Great Loop. We will be discussing:
     
    Initial Development of the AIW  
    Current Status  
    Statistics on Pleasure and Commercial Craft Usage  
    Involvement of the Army Corps of Engineers  
    Status of Funding  
    Upcoming Projects  
    The Annual Conference

  • 00:45

    Mad Mariner's MadCast: The Intracoastal Waterway

    in Sports

    Mad Mariner's MadCast covers all aspects of boats and boating. In this segment, we speak with Claiborne Young and Larry Dorminy of Cruisernet.net about the changing condition of the Intracoastal Waterway, 1,088 miles of cruising ground that spans five states, attracting thousands of boaters each year.

  • 00:23

    Great Loop Information--Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association

    in Travel

    Our guest this week is Brad Pickel, Executive Director of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association. Brad will be filling us on on the Association's Annual Meeting, recently held in Charleston, SC, as well as updating us on issues surrounding the Waterway.

  • 03:10

    Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest live pre-show featuring TONAHOPE &Stuck On a Name

    in Music

    Hopeton Smythe Born in Hanover, Jamaica, and while enjoying a happy childhood the true roots of Rastafarianism and reggae music were instilled in him. Hopeton loves to sing and always wanted to be apart of a band, In 1996 he started a band and over the years was forced to change members, and the band name, finally in 2012 they became "TONAHOPE" with members Gustavo"Guss"Velez(keys), Elazar Benjamin(bass), Travis Townsend(drums), John"Bodi"Black(Guitar), Frank"Cisco"Martines(Percussions) and last but not least Ms. Kariymah Jones(vocals)...Despite enduring life’s hardships, Ton-A-Hope, through perseverance writes songs and melodies developing there own music and style. In 2012 They released their first album with tracks like “


    Never Leave Us”,"Going True" and "Where is the love" to name a..


    Stuck On A Name is a


    band based in Urbanna, Virginia. Playing originals as well as covering some classic favorites from these genres and more, and sometimes with a reggae/ska twist, Stuck On A Name can make the dance floor jump! Booking: stuckonaname@gmail.com or 804-824-1999.


     


    also known as the Buckroe Beach Reggae Fest will be held on the beautiful shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Mill Point Park is the gem of Downtown Hampton with splendid views of the waterway, passing boats, and wildlife. A nice setting of nature with lots of trees and grass to kickback  right in the middle of historic downtown Hampton. The


    has a whole array of craft and food vendors to send you on a trip to the islands. Lastly  the event also has many free parking lots that are designated for the event all weekend to make your entry and exit a breeze. Please check the Location tab for exact parking locations

  • 02:02

    5th Annual Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest Pre-Show May 16th -17th

    in Music

    The 5th Annual Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest also known as the Buckroe Beach Reggae Fest will be held on the beautiful shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Mill Point Park is the gem of Downtown Hampton with splendid views of the waterway, passing boats, and wildlife. A nice setting of nature with lots of trees and grass to kickback  right in the middle of historic downtown Hampton. The festival has a whole array of craft and food vendors to send you on a trip to the islands. Lastly  the event also has many free parking lots that are designated for the event all weekend to make your entry and exit a breeze. Please check the Location tab for exact parking locations . Drum Your Dream is about providing an uplifting, attention getting, drumming experience for everyone to enjoy, regardless of their musical abilities or age. We provide quality rhythm based events in Communities, education, Health and Corporate workplace environments. Through hands on music making and interactive performances, we seek to enhance teamwork, cultural appreciation and community spirit, most of all; we Create Unity in the Community by the use of a Fun Filled Facilitated Drum Circle experience, where everyone gets to share their Rhythm Spirit. Each participant gets to share their own special unique beat with the group which connects everyone together. And in doing so, we break the ice for guests to become new friends with one another in the community and work environment

  • 03:31

    Live Pre- Chesapeake Reggae Fest Show May16-17th Tonight Winston Jarrett

    in Music

    The 5th Annual Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest also known as the Buckroe Beach Reggae Fest will be held on the beautiful shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Mill Point Park is the gem of Downtown Hampton with splendid views of the waterway, passing boats, and wildlife. A nice setting of nature with lots of trees and grass to kickback  right in the middle of historic downtown Hampton. The festival has a whole array of craft and food vendors to send you on a trip to the islands. Lastly  the event also has many free parking lots that are designated for the event all weekend to make your entry and exit a breeze. Please check the Location tab for exact parking locations . 


    Winston Jarrett (born 14 September 1940) is a Jamaican reggae singer who was part of Alton Ellis's group The Flames in the 1960s before recording with The Righteous Flames and as a solo artist.Born in 1940 in Lime Tree Gardens, Saint Ann Parish, Jarrett grew up in the Jones Town area of Kingston after moving there with his mother at the age of five. There, he was taught to play guitar by Jimmy Cliff and Alton Ellis Jarrett's introduction to the music industry was as a member of Alton Ellis's backing band The Flames in the early 1960s, formed when Ellis's original singing partner Eddie Perkins emigrated to the US, singing on hits such as "Dancecrasher", "Cry Tough", "Rocksteady" and "Girl I've Got a Date" While with Ellis he wrote songs such as "Sunday Coming" and "True Born African". In 1967, Jarrett parted ways with the UK-bound Ellis and with fellow Flame Edgar "Egga" Gardner formed The Righteous Flames with Junior Green, and the trio recorded for Arthur "Duke" Reid's Treasure Isle label and then for Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One label

  • 00:27

    Great Loop Radio: Cruising Lake Okeechobee and the AICW in South Florida

    in Travel

    This week's Great Loop Radio podcast guest is Bud Lloyd, Cruising Editor for Waterway Guide's Southern Edition. Loopers are heading north, and Bud will guide us through the two routes they're taking to Stuart, Florida: Lake Okeechobee and the ICW in southern Florida.

  • 03:01

    Live: legendary Reggae Artist Keith Poppin & up & coming Machet Reggae Band

    in Music

    5th Annual Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest also known as the Buckroe Beach Reggae Fest will be held May 16th and May 17th on the Chesapeake Bay. The venue is located at  Mill Point Park which the gem of Downtown Hampton with splendid views of the waterway. The festival has a whole array of craft and food vendors to send you on a trip to the islands. Lastly  the event also has many free parking lots that are designated for the event all weekend to make your entry and exit a breeze. Located at  100 Eaton Street, Hampton, Va 23664. info  visit www.cbreggaefest.com or www.facebook.com/ChesapeakeBayReggae 


    Growing up in Westmoreland, Keith Smith had dreams of becoming a star. His neighbors in this western Jamaican town included such future legends as Peter Tosh, Lee 'Scratch' Perry and Ronnie Davis of the Itals. At the age of 17, like many aspiring artists, Keith headed to Kingston to find a vehicle for his talents. In 1968, he formed his own band, 'Rocking Horse,' and began playing at local clubs and festivals. After hit singles with Rocking Horse, Keith's wide vocal range  earned him the nickname 'poppin'. 'In 1973 released his first solo single 'Same Thing For Breakfast.' This roots classic marked the beginning of a long and successful recording career, topping the charts in England and Jamaica and selling over 50,000 records.


     MACHET is the creation of the Founding members of THE I-TERNALS, DC's original heavyweight dub specialists. This is Dub at its finest. Incorporating the original effects of Dub pioneers such as King Tubby and his protégé, The Scientist, Machet uses spring reverb, tape delay, and phasers to bring listeners back to the early forms of Dub reggae. caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com

  • 00:30

    Great Loop Radio: Boating in the Information Age

    in Travel

    Ed Tillett, General Manager, and Jeff Jones, Publisher of Waterway Guide Media are our guests. Our discussion was recorded at the Miami Boat Show and covers boating in the information age and new tools available that help make boating more safe and fun!

  • 01:18

    Shawnee Creek Horse Camp LLC & The Trailmeister on SADDLE UP AMERICA

    in Entertainment

    Tues. Dec 9th Noon CST Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!


    The Trailmesiter and Shawnee Creek Horse Camp LLC


    GARY HOLT and TINA MAE WEBER visit with ROBERT "Trailmeister" EVERSOLE to discuss Trail Tips for Winter Riding.


    We travel to Missouri to visit a boutique horse campground and talk with owner RUTH MARTIN of Shawnee Creek Horse Camp LLC. Nestled along the Ozark River National Scenic Waterway this is a peaceful getway that is perfect for nature lovers.


    EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO is Heard World Wide Online and On Demand at www.equestrianlegacy.net


    Shop online with our Great Sponsors in The CHRISTMAS and The GENERAL STORE...You'll find everything for the Horse Lover on your Christmas List on our Website at www.equestrianlegacy.net

  • 01:00

    Our Crumbling Plan For Our Crumbling Infrastructure

    in Politics Conservative

    In the 1800s, railroad construction led to an explosion in the industrial revolution. No longer were towns reliant on close proximity to a waterway. New towns sprouted up everywhere. Cities grew and opportunities multiplied. ~~~~


    In 1956, President Eisenhower leading to 41,000 miles of interstate highway system over the next 10 years. Now people could live practically anywhere. New towns sprouted up everywhere. Cities grew and opportunities multiplied exponentially. ~~~~


    From our waterways to our electrical grid, our highways and biways and everything inbetween, the construction of Americas infrastructure has been instrumental in becoming the worlds most influential economy. 


    But as time passes, things age and no one disagrees that our infrastructure is crumbling and in dire need of attention. Will repairing our infrastructure have the same economic impact as building it did?


    Tune in tonight and we'll discuss this big problem that has been on the back burner for far too long.