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"You got Twitter beef? Somebody Instagram bucking on you? Crazy stalkers in your Facebook Inbox? Let’s chop it up! We’re talking Keyboard Courage this weekend on “The Shoutout Show”! Our show this week addresses the crazy and wacko antics people pull on social media. Social Media has taken “airing your dirty laundry” to all new heights, and sometimes these actions can lead to real life dramas, such as fights, and even attempted murder. Celebrities are not even exempt from social media drama."
Son of the three-time Oscar nominee and most prolific composer for movies Carlo Rustichelli, the eclectic Paolo studied composition and orchestra conducting at Accademia Chigiana, as well as classical piano studies. He started his career at age 16 simultaneously as a soundtrack composer and as a rock keyboard player with the album "Opera Prima"on RCA Records, considered by critics a Rock progressive masterpiece.
Among his album projects, Paolo recorded, performed and produced for rock-jazz superstars like Carlos Santana and Miles Davis.In 1997 he released the album "Mystic Man" in the US through Island Records, which featured the legendary Miles Davis, Carlos Santana, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Andy Summers and the disco diva Jill Jones.
Legendary Eliot Lewis keyboard player from Hall & Oats
Eliot Lewis (born March 10, 1962) is an American rock, R&B and soul singer, keyboardist, guitarist, bassist, drummer, songwriter, and producer. He is best known for his work with Average White Band (1989-2002) and Hall & Oates (2003-present). Lewis is also an integral part of Live From Daryl's House, a monthly Internet-based show hosted by Daryl Hall that is now carried by several television and cable networks across the United States.Contents
2 Average White Band
3 Hall & Oates
4 Live From Daryl's House
5 Solo artist
Lewis grew up in Norwalk, CT, the youngest of three children, in what he describes as a very musical environment. Although his mother was a classical pianist, Lewis’ first instrument was the drums, which he discovered at age 10. When he was 12 years old, he formed his first band, Take Off, with three childhood friends. The father of Take Off’s bass player worked for several major record labels and was instrumental in exposing young Eliot to many of the artists of the day, including The Who, Elton John, and Alice Cooper. He even arranged a jam session for the boys at his house with Peter Frampton.
At age 16, Lewis picked up the guitar and began writing his own songs. A few years later, he taught himself keyboards and bass, and learned to program synthesizers. Today, Lewis plays five instruments, and is a completely self-contained songwriter and musician.In his early 20s, Lewis was introduced to Dan Hartman, a singer, songwriter, and record producer responsible for hits such as "Free Ride," "Relight My Fire," and "I Can Dream About You." Lewis began working with Hartman, like Joe Cocker’s Unchain My Heart and Tina Turner’s Simply the Best.
Howard Glazer is a masterful guitarist whose deep-voice vocals are expressive and solidly delivered. He draws from a wide musical background to create a powerful blend of serious blues, rock and acoustic compositions, yielding an uncompromising sound. His fifth album, Looking In The Mirror, was released on October 21st, and Howard will join me to discuss his musical journey and the new album.
Marcia Ball is a word-class keyboard player with an incredible vocal talent and has performed at festivals and clubs around the globe. The singer/pianist has been blending Texas blues, Louisiana swamp ballads and New Orleans second-line rhythms into her distinctive roadhouse roots-rock for 30 years, and now her 13th album, The Tattooed Lady & The Alligator Man has been released and Marcia is creating a stir all over again. I will sit with Marcia and discuss her long career and the new album and what she has in store for 2015.
Dave Specter has earned an international reputation as one of the premier talents on the Chicago blues scene and around the globe. is latest album, Message In Blue was released this past May and has received wonderful reviews across the board. Dave and I will discuss his career and his love of the Blues while listening to music from his latest release.
Kelly Zirbes returns with her new album, Don't give My Blues Away for the COUCH KID NEW MUSIC SEGMENT this week and we will find out what this great singer, and interviewer has been up to since she first sat On The Couch back on July 15, 2013, while we listen to cuts from the album.
"Musicians You Should Know"
MINISTER JO'NATHAN PINCKNEY IS A RESIDENT OF BEECH ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA. HE IS ALSO A MINISTER OF MUSIC AND HAVE BEEN PLAYING THE KEYBOARD FOR OVER 15 EARS. HE ATTENDS JOSHUA GENER8TION LOCATED IN TRENTION, SOUTH CAROLINA WHERE HE SERVES FAITHFULLY.
MINISTER PINCKNEY HAS BEEN MARRIED FOR 4 YEARS AND IS THE FATHER OF THREE CHILDREN AND HIS WIFE IS MRS. LESLIE PINCKNEY.
HE MAY BE CONTACTED BY CALLING 706.524.1108. HE CAN ALSO BE SEEN ON FACEBOOK.
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Hr1: Tonight Pop Artist Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Pop Singer / Songwriter Sonali.
A multi-instrumentalist who plays keyboard, drums and bass, Sonali is a scorching lead guitarist who wields an impressive arsenal of instruments. Although her favorite genres include her favorite metal bands, her own music is defined by the accessibility and optimism that mirrors her sunny and upbeat personality.
They will be discussing her her second EP, titled Wake Up produced by Kazumi Shimokawa and Justin Tracy.
There are those who have chuckled at yours truly since being introduced to Kiki Ebsen. Because they know how much that VOICE can affect you! It takes a seasoned, assured, and peace-oriented artist to sing THESE kinds of songs. The ones that Kiki's Dad, Buddy, loved so much.
Yes, THAT Buddy Ebsen. The gentleman who sang, danced and performed his way through decades of joy. We loved him in our house. Many is the day and night we'd share the antics and poetry of Buddy's characters. Movies and Television. He was glue that held good times together. Imagine how he affected his daughter! They had routines together, shared special times that Kiki recalls with utter reverence now. Dad passed away in 2003 - and he left us with a dream for Kiki that wasn't fulfilled until 11 years after his death. That was this: he wanted his little girl to sing the songs that meant so much to HIM. Jazz standards.
Whew, that was a long-time coming for Kiki! She begged off her Dad's pleas for years - choosing instead to follow her solo pursuits or to play keyboard for A-Listers (Al Jarreau, Boz Scaggs, Chicago to name a few). She had to be ready to present the kind of material that singers had covered for decades - with respect for the song and the history. In 2014, Kiki Ebsen is more than ready. And has the RIGHT to sing these masterpieces - most of which affected her Dad in some way throughout his career. "Scarecrow Sessions" is named so for a very significant reason. Much of what you'll hear in this interview will surprise you. What WON'T surprise you, hopefully, is the elegance and utter power of Kiki's voice. It can't be stressed enough - this authenticity. Let's celebrate this milestone with Kiki - join us in The Chat Room on 10/2 for conversation - and superb music!
All right now - it's HERE! Yours Truly turns 62 on 10/16 and is proud to have survived these years! Getting older is a luxury not afforded to everyone, so gratitude is overflowing. Believe it.
How will we celebrate on the next "Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey?" By making sure that YOU get the gifts! Vel Lewis, our wonderful Hammond Master and Keyboard Wizard, is bringing autographed copies of his EP, "Colors of Soul!" That how we do in Philly, where Vel calls home. He lives in Texas now - but you cannot take "The City of Brotherly Love" outta the piano player ;) Vel will discuss the many fabulous changes in his life since his project dropped - and he'll get a chance to meet our other guest - which will delight BOTH of them!
Jere B has been a friend for a LONG time - since the WSMJ Sunday Brunches. His background is phenomenal. From Ohio, Jere is a superb drummer, bandleader of SounDoctrine (one of the original HYBRID groups!), and the CEO of his own company. OH - and he's also an ordained minister! It has been a while since B came to hang on "Hybrid Jazz" and we'd like to fix that on 10/16. Can't imagine having virtual cake and ice cream with anyone better!
We'll play some great songs and take some phone calls if the atmosphere calls for more company. HJ has always been an organic show that flows the way it's supposed to go. So, any cool surprises that should happen? WILL!
Some of the music, of course, will focus on the unbelievably breathtaking offerings of SounDoctrine - any album that you hear is a revelation - and we'll hear tunes from Vel, too. All of us in The Chat Room guarantee that you'll be UP and moving for at least part of our three-hour show!
Let's get this rolling! CELEBRATE good times!
The Entertainment Broadcast Network proudly brings to you another Entertaining episode of "Total Entertainment with Jonny Vegas and Bunny Stewart"! Our network is POWERED by The Ministry Of Lacrosse!
"Ostrich Theory was formed 2011 with lead singer/guitar player Luke Martin and bass player Mike Stewart. They went through a drummer or 2 before finding Jarrett Atkins. After playing as a trio for a year we found keyboard player Robert Achilles when Luke was working with him at the Natomas Music Institution. We just finished our first album and it releases October 18. It was self produced on Luke Martin Records. Jarrett the drummer is also a recording engineer!"- Ostrich Theory
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Isaiah Randolph "Ikey" Owens (December 1, 1975 – October 14, 2014) was an American keyboardist known for his work with The Mars Volta, Jack White and an array of bands from the Long Beach music scene.
TUNE IN AND LISTEN TO HIS IN DEAPTH ONE ON ONE INTERVIEW WITH THE GREAT IKEY OWENS, KEYBOARD GURU FOR THE MARS VOLTA, JACK WHITE, FREE MORAL AGENTS AND SUBLIME TO NAME A FEW. JOIN US WE TALK MUSIC, CREATIVITY, TOURING AND EVERYTHING BETWEEN!!!!!! TUNE IN AS WE FREAK THE FREQUENCIES, AND DESTROY THE EVIL ROBOT REGIME!!!
To all the skeptics who constantly ridicule the believers, "Who made you Judge and Jury?"
I invite a national debate on Paranormal Realms in cluding UFOs, USOs, Aliens, Spirits, Orbs, Demons, Angels, Psychic Vampires, etc.. for all the believers and non-believers!
If you are nothing but a "Keyboard Warrior" then this live broadcast is not for you!
If you have an "Open Mind" and you are a debater as well as speak your mind then call in and state your case or claim!
I'm listening and I am sharing my beliefs as well.
~Hear you there! ~Syndi Lumina
Nathan Best was born December 13, 1960 in North Miami Beach, Florida to Nathaniel Best Sr. and Dorothy Best. The age was three for Nathan’s mother to begin vocal training for him and his five sisters. Nathan’s mother was a recording artist on The Chess Record label out of Chicago, Illinois in the early 60’s. At the age of five years old, Nathan’s mother gave him an opportunity to lead the song: “I want Jesus to walk with me” on her first solo album, entitled: (Try Him). From that point Nathan began touring with his mother, father, and sisters. They toured with the great quartets of the 60’s and the 70’s (The Five Blind Boys, The Volinares, the Soul Stirrers, etc.). At the age of twelve, Nathan began playing the piano for his Dad’s church in Cincinnati Ohio (1972). In 1993, Nathan became one of the members of the legendary group, The O’Jays, in which Nathan replaced Sammy Strain. In the same year the group received The Soul Of America Award. In 2005 the group was inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. Nathan says the group was a tremendous learning experience. Before Nathan became a member of the O’Jays, he sang for the Love Center Choir, under the leadership of his pastor, the late Bishop Walter Hawkins. Also he served under the teachings of Bishop Hawkins brother, the Father of Contemporary Gospel Music, Mr. Edwin Hawkins, who wrote the great song, Oh Happy Day. He also served as the keyboard player and background vocalist for the R&B group, Levert, and the music director for R&B singer, Ms. Miki Howard. Nathan has performed on Sinbad’s Summer Jam Festival on HBO, New York Undercover, Robert Townsend’s TV, Dick Clark’s Rockin’ in the New Year, and in a host of arena’s, and stadiums around the world.
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