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www.thirstyperchbluesband.com 1pm central time
Grand Rapids, Mi
Electrifying Muscular Rockin Blues Band hailing from Grand Rapids Michigan
Country/Southern Rock band Buck Sixx
Chris Lovett Vocals, Guitar;Marc Craig vocals, guitars;Jeff Dillehay lead guitar,vocals,banjo; Morris Dillehay bass guitar,vocals;Chris Gibson drums,percussion.. http://www.reverbnation.com/bucksixx
Buck Sixx is a country/rock band that stems from generations of family musicians. They all started at an early age playing along with their dads, grandfathers, cousins and uncles. As musicians, they have played with lots of other bands, but the strong family bond has brought them back together to form Buck Sixx. They play original songs written by the band with a blend of Country/Rock. The combination of lyric and music continues to grow the band’s fan base. Brothers, cousins, and Friends they hail from Columbia, Tennessee, just forty miles south of Nashville.. “Buck Sixx’s debut record is one of the strongest freshmen records I’ve ever heard. There truly isn’t a bad song on the record and there isn’t a song that would turn fans off. Buck Sixx successfully showcases who they are as individuals, as a group, as musicians, as vocalists, and as songwriters and it’s a showcase that is uniquely fresh. It’s a package that will allow them to be recognized on many different avenues in the country music industry.” – Thatsmusictome.com
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Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Crack in Shell's James McFadden to the show.
Crack in the Shell, founded by James McFadden (Bass/Keyboards) and Daniel Alan (Vocals) in 2010, cannot be pigeonholed into just one musical category. CITS show variety both musically and vocally, ranging from punk to rock to psychedelic in style. Comprised of veteran players from TN. to CA. to Lebanon, the band's sound is as diverse as their background.
CITS have been making a name for themselves, and have played as direct support for The Gin Blossoms, Winery Dogs, Don Dokken, Bret Michaels, Geoff Tate, Lou Gramm, and more.
Crack in the Shell are currently putting the final touches on their video for “After Life,” and finalizing their third release ‘I Am Alive.’
this episode is sponsored by: Metal Babe Mayhem
Brett Alan and the CRB band show case check them out on facebook The CRB Band...
The CRB Band, formed in the Spring of 2006 in McCook, Nebraska, It has gone through some member changes over the years, but... the core of the band has remained constant with Brett Alan (Schmitz); Dean Sprinkle and Gerry Hunter. In 2013 the band added Jon and Angie Reiners, Craig Francis and Jeff Gleason. The band has heavy "New Country" influence by artist such as Jason Aldean; Eric Church; Gary Allan; Gretchen Wilson; The Band Perry; Justin Moore...and many more. The band plays some 80's classics by Fleetwood Mac; John Cougar; The Stones; The Steve Miller Band; Lynyrd Skynyrd; AC/DC. They have been known to get their blues on now and then with some Stevie Ray Vaughan; Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Jimmie Hendrix... starting off with Angel Thurman we have and interview with Angel 7pm central time on 4/8/15 then an interview with Brett Alan noon central time on 4/16/15
Tom Proctor interviewed four-time Emmy Award Winner for sports journalism, Larry Rawson on Wedenesday April 8, 2015's edition of The Thomas Loop Radio Show on WJJL AM-1440. Rawson will co-host The Boston Marathon on Monday - April 20th at 8:30am.
Larry Rawson's bio is here -
TRACK & FIELD AND MARATHON RADIO AND TV BROADCASTING CAREER
1980 to present. Commentator for ESPN-TV for track & field and marathons since the inception of the network. Also have worked for most of the other major TV networks. Commentator for 4 World Championships and 7 summer Olympic Games in track & field. Commentator for 38 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Championships for ESPN and CBS. International and national co-host for television for Chicago, New York and Boston marathons (up to 35 yrs).
Two-time national and 2-time regional Emmy award winner for track and field and sports journalism commentary, for ESPN and Madison Square Garden networks.
2008. Inducted in Running USA's Hall of Fame. They are the umbrella organization for all road races and marathons in the USA. First commentator to be inducted.
2011. Penn Relays lifetime achievement award. First time the award has been given to a television commentator.
2011. Inducted in the New York Athletic Club Hall of Fame "for contributions to track and field."
2012. Inducted in the Halls of Fame for LaSalle Academy and All Hallows Academy for contributions to the schools.
Many of us know Thomas Merton as a spiritual writer of great depth, but few of us know his poetry. So what better opportunity to get to know it? Join Lori and Alice as they discuss the value of wisdom versus learning, the limits of science, and the holiness of ordinary life at their weekly spiritual book club. You're invited to join, too!
Piyush Bhatnagar, the CTO of Authomate, joins the program to discuss the differences between in-band and out-of-band authentication, and why out-of-band is more secure for consumers and enterprises today.
Today we welcome to the show another actor who surpasses the bar of brillance. He is James Quinn, and his range in roles is mindblowing. One minute he is a zombie, and in the blink of an eye, sheriff of a small town. He is real and raw, his performances possess true passion for his craft. He is also a comical character both on and off the screen, a quality I always personally admirer in a character actor. Please join us today for some fun and frolic!!
Songwriter and Recording Artist JAMES HOUSE co-wrote Grammy Nominated Country Song of the Year “Ain’t That Lonely Yet” (recorded by Dwight Yoakam) and CMA Nominated Song of the Year “A Broken Wing” (recorded by Martina McBride) along with another smash hit "In A Week Or Two” (recorded by Diamond Rio).
Other artists to record his songs include Tina Turner, Olivia Newton-John, Rod Stewart, The Mavericks and Sara Evans - to name just several.
Born & raised in Sacramento, California, James pursued music in L.A. before making the move to Nashville in the late 1980s. Not long after the move, he was signed to MCA Records, where he began a string of chart hits like “Don’t Quit Me Now” and “Hard Times For An Honest Man.”
A switch to Epic Nashville produced the critically-acclaimed Days Gone By album and yielded the top 5 hit “This Is Me Missing You,” and top 20 singles “Real Good Way To Wind Up Lonesome” and “Little By Little.”
His latest album is entitled Songwriters Serenade. It features 10 songs co-written with James by some of the most successful songwriters in country music. One of the most talked about tracks has James singing the duet "Over Getting Over You" with newcomer Natalie Noone (daughter of famed founder/member of the Herman's Hermits, Peter Noone).
Diamond Thomas is an award winning musician, designer, artist manager, social activist and executive host of the Diamond Blackout Show. In 2008 Diamond founded United Humanitarian Affairs Concept (UHAC), a non partisan organization that empowers Millennials. He serves on the board of directors of the John Rodriguez Foundation, The Camden ComeBack and the Human Touch Project. Diamond was awarded a Hip Hop Pioneer Award for his valuable contributions to the Hip Hop culture and community in the state of New Jersey. His passion for fresh, sound devices led him to design the Bang-Outz headphone line which is self distributed. He is the Creative Director and Curator of ESHKOSHKA GALLERY. An interactive traveling art gallery for Tastemakers. Diamond’s current enterprise has him engaging music lovers world- wide with the release of his CD, Camden: Best of the Best Volume 1 and his ongoing; Diamond Thomas Presents.. Celebrity compilation series which features Hip Hop artists in a compilation format.
Join hosts Tom Riddell and guest co-host Bobbi Hughes-Millman as they welcome author James McAllister to The Writers Lounge. Sit back and relax as James discusses what it's like to be a writer and he will also talk to us about his book: THE TURRET
It has been generations since the Earth survived the alien invasion. Politicians have cast a greedy eye on the funding of unused defenses, eyeing the reallocation of the funds as an path to reelection.
Young Jock MacAlister’s life long dream comes true with his assignment to ADS 1437, the last operational Asteroid Defense Station.
The capture of an alien scout vessel changes everything. Jock is thrust into a prominent role in planning Earth’s defense. He must overcome personal tragedy, political corruption, and devastating treachery to build the forces needed to save the Earth.
Along the way, something unexpected takes root, something crucial to Humanity surviving as a greater struggle between good and evil follows Humanity to the stars.
JOIN US AND LET THE STORY BEGIN!
Jeremy Hoyle is in studio for the February 11, 2015 edition of The Thomas Loop Radio Show on AM-1440 WJJL (Niagara Falls/Buffalo, New York)
Also, press coverage from First Niagara Center - As the Sabres take on the Senators from 2/10/2015.
Jeremy Hoyle's career in Buffalo, New York - has extended over three decades since 1999. His solo project, along with his tribute bad (The Tragically Hip), The Strictly Hip - have played in venues all over the United States and Canada.
Jeremy Hoyle's Bio & Highlights are here -
- Raised on a farm in Sherkston Ontario
- Began playing professionally at 15 years old
- Became a full time musician in 1999
- Toured nationally in US for 7 years
- Strictly Hip winner of Buffalo Music Award 'Best Tribute Band' 11 years in a row
- Strictly Hip awarded Lifetime Achievement Award at Buffalo Music Awards 2012
- Strictly Hip awarded Lifetime Achievement Award at Buffalo Nightlife Awards 2013
- Jeremy Hoyle winner of Buffalo Music Awards "Best Male Vocalist" 6 times
- Jeremy Hoyle awarded Lifetime Achievement Award Buffalo Nightlife Awards 2015
- Jeremy Hoyle Band "Anyhere Everywhere" 2004
- Jeremy Hoyle Band '...old friends" 2009
- Jeremy Hoyle "Lost City Carols" 2012
Influences - Bob Dylan / Johnny Cash / Bruce Springsteen / U2 / Ron Hawkins