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The Niacom Express welcomes Kenneth Grimes, business man and kingdom man.Be there tonight as we talk about doing Godly Business in an Ungodly World. Tune in for our new music segment and gret discussion on the principles of God's word. Our phone lines will be open for live interaction. Join us on blogtalkradio.com/niacomplatform and dial in at 323 693 3830 and press 1. This is going to be a remarkable night. Join your hosts Teirrany La'Shun Bledsoe and Darrell Spence-the next level. 8pmcst/9pmest.
Music is a major escape from life for many people around the world. It has to have a life of its own that the audience tends to feel for, and relate to. The artist must deliver a heart-felt performance, and attractive musical elements in order to make the cut. Maine, a singer from Long Island, New York the Central Islip area, is one of the few that have managed to deliver the goods. The releases of his single 'I Can't Explain It' was an absolute success, as it soared to the top of the radio airplay charts. First debuting at no.2 and then taking over the top spot. In December 2013, the record was announced to be #1 on the internet radio station powerhouse IBFU Radio. The song was only on the air for 21 days before conquering the charts. It would remain on top for the next 5 weeks to come.
Growing up competing in talent shows and singing in church, Maine's evolution into the music game would come naturally, He had God-given ability to paint realistic pictures of everyday scenarios in the streets, which he personally coined as Ghetto R&B.
Tune in today to find out ! Rated R Non PC News right from Dierks Sterling, as Dierks Sterling sees it. Call on in! From US Government to World News to what ever news is or who is in the news, Hear Dierks Sterling tel you like it is in a NON PC , NON BS Talk Radio show.
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The Caesars are veterans of the Motor City’s R&B, jazz, rock, and blues scenes. For more than a decade, the classically trained Laura Rain has been singing in Detroit and Los Angeles with an absolute freedom of expression, permitted by her wondrous voice, an instrument of infinite shadings in timbre that avails itself to effortless glides between registers. Often compared to Aretha Franklin, Rains’s fire, feeling, and expressiveness are all her own. Producer, co-writer, and guitarist George Friend, another Detroiter returned home from L.A., has made his mark in multiple genres–rockabilly (Robert Gordon), R&B (The Sun Messengers), and blues (Janiva Magness)–and released a hip solo album of West Coast blues, Looka Here!, in 2004. Phil Hale has played keyboards for everyone from Martha Reeves to George Clinton, Stanley Jordan, Bettye LaVette, and James Carter. Drummer Ron Pangborn, an original member of Was (Not Was), lays down beats that are perfectly fitted to the Caesars' retro-modern soul and blues.
in 2013, Laura Rain and the Caesars have been featured at the Anti Freeze Blues Fest, Tawas Blues By the Bay, Brighton Smokin' Jazz and Blues Barbecue, Marquette Area Blues Festival, Mackinac Island Music Festival and in clubs from Detroit to Los Angeles.
On this weeks Chippy Chips we have a bit of R&R (Requests and Randomness), playing requests from JL76 and the good people of Twitter along with a few tracks I chose myself.
This weeks highlights include tunes from: Robocop, Lotus Turbo Challenge, The Chaos Engine, Monkey Island and Shovel Knight plus more!
If you would like more info on the Derby Game Convention mentioned in this weeks show head over to www.facebook.com/derbygameconvention or @derbygamecon on Twitter.
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Frances R. Armstrong (Franny) is a wife, a mother of three children, and grandparent of four. A published author of paranormal romance, she chose to share her experiences with mental illness, rather than hide in her home and suffer in silence. It's important to her that the stigma of mental illness is removed, so that people will learn about it and not fear it.
One in five people is diagnosed with the many forms of mental illness, Frances strives each day to battle the Bipolar II Disorder with her head held high. You can too! For the average person to be well, they would have to fight mental illness using all of the resources available. They are not alone. Consider Franny's book, Striving For Normalcy, as a guide, based on her personal experiences and prepared with those in mind those who suffer in silence or who don't have support systems in their lives.
Striving For Normalcy is based on her personal experiences, and references from the internet, and a qualified psychiatrist. It is her hope that people will learn and understand the inner workings of the disease, helping families and friends learn how to live with, not only the person who is ill, but change the way that society deals with those who suffer every day from an illness that rules their bodies and minds.
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