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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.
Awe, STFU, just come after me, already. Seriously, where are the men? Did we lose them all during WW2? Our Military is for fighting, not social work.
We end up with "men" like Fiyaz Mughal...
Welcome to the Red Fox Blogger with your Host, Kel Fritzi.
I’m the Infidel your imam warned about…
Mondays at 3PM EDT and Fridays at 7PM EDT
"Mass Islamity ~ Stop the Insanity”
Evil Magician is a lifelong magician, musician and composer, and has produced and edited original music and also corresponded with established acts.
The Evil Magician guitar show takes an inside and most personal perspective of what it is to be a musician in this field of creativity.
Evil Magician has recorded and performed original jazz/fusion, rock and classical music for many years. All guitar, keyboard, drums, bass and midi were performed by the maestro.
Evil Magician is a practitioner of the occult sciences, magician, radio show host, network creator and motivational speaker.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott welcomes a four-guy quartet and a one-armed blessing to the show.
Justified is a Christian quartet that has been together since November 2011. These four gentlemen have either sang or played with other gospel quartets over the past twenty years and have now come together to spread the word through song and music. Singing with the blending of their voices, as well as their hearts, are Tim Caldwell, Mark Jacoby, Carl Ledford and David Potts. Discover them at http://justifiedqt.com.
Todd Waites is not only a survivor . . . but a THRIVER. After losing his right arm to cancer at the age of fourteen, he has made the most of his life and is on a mission to encourage others to do the same. The father of two grown children and a young stepson, Todd currently tours across the country as a professional keyboard player and has played over 1,000 live shows since losing his arm. He's been featured in national magazines, is a key character called "Tenacious Todd" in an internationally released Amazon best-seller motivational book, has written/recorded several songs (including soundtracks and jingles), and has performed speaking engagements at various venues. A real honor for Todd was when he was able to give some keyboard playing tips to Bon Jovi's keyboardist David Bryan when he lost the tip of his finger.
Find Todd at http://www.toddwaites.com.
Who’s on first! What’s on Second! I don’t know is on third.
Perhaps the best written and remembered comedic skit of all time, performed by the greats Bud Abbot and Lou Costello, this is a great description to the confusion, misinformation and outright fraud that is now part and parcel of the newly democratized world of publishing.
Now that you've joined the 80% of Americans who think they have a book in them, you had better learn the game before you get up to bat!
Continuing with the baseball metaphor: Self-Publishing and the internet certainly opened the gate for you to get onto the field, but the tenfold increase in published books has also helped the crooks, so the publishing game just got bigger—not easier!
Antoinette Kuritz: Book Developer, Publicist, Media Coach, Author and Publishing Expert is up-to-her-keyboard in the art, craft and business of writing. Former educator and bookseller, Antoinette turned her love of words into a multi-media enterprise, taking writers from inspiration to publication; and representing authors from new to New York Times Bestsellers.
Antoinette inspired Chicken Soup mogul Mark Victor Hanson and launched the national career of psychic medium John Edward. She has also worked with Carl Reiner, Betty White, Deepak Chopra and her favorite, Dr. Benjamin Spock. Her insights appear on radio, TV and in numerous articles nationwide.
In 2001 Antoinette founded the LaJolla Writers Conference. Each November in San Diego, the conference provides an inexpensive, informative and intimate gathering of established authors, agents and editors, guiding writers of all levels to success.
Visit www.LaJollaWritersConference.com to register.
Tonight we are talking about growing older and how it affects us. We live in an age where people seem obsessed with staying young and living forever. But the truth is we all age.... and age can be a positive and negative experience.
You know you're getting older when you've heard yourself say, "Because I told you so!"
There are 3 Ages of Men and Women: youth, middle age, and you look good!
Remember when...memory was something you lost with age. An application was for employment. A program was a TV show. A cursor used profanity. A keyboard was a piano, A web was a spider's home. A virus was the flu. A CD was a bank account. A hard drive was a long trip on the road. A mouse pad was where a mouse lived and if you had a 3-inch floppy . . . You just hoped nobody ever found out!
So let's talk about growing older, adjusting to life changes and how this affects our love relationships.
Join me in the studio on 3479457556 or comment in the chatroom
Host Robin Masiewicz and regulars Jamie and Gloria discuss "The Fun Theory", the theory that the easiest way to change human behavior for the better, is by making it fun to do. This was based on an ad campaign from Volkswagen where they decided to put the theory to the test in three behavioral experiments, the video of which is now posted on YouTube.
The first experiment was to see if more people would take the stairs rather than the escalator if they made it fun to do. The idea was to turn the stairs into a giant piano keyboard, where each stair represented a note. The lower notes were at the bottom of the stairs, and the higher ones on top. People discovered that they could make sounds as they went up or down the stairs.
The result? 66% more people than normal took the stairs over the escalator. Fun can obviously change behavior for the better.
The second experment was to see if they could get more people to throw their rubbish in the bin by making it fun to do. They wired a trash can so that each time you put something in, you heard a sound like a cartoon bomb falling down the world's deepest bin, then a boom when it "hit" the bottom.
The result of this experiment was that they collected 158 pounds of trash (72kg) in the "fun" bin compared to just 68 pounds (31kg) of trash in another bin just a short distance away.
The videos of these experiments went viral, resulting in other people trying to make other common tasks fun. So what do you think? Does novelty and fun help us to do the right thing
Writing a book is easy right? You just sit down and pound on your keyboard for a bit and...VOILA! A masterpiece is born.
The writing part is easy. But that's not all it takes to create the next best seller.
Never fear, The Book Doctor is here! Stacey Aaronson joins Adam to give you some tips and steps to keep you from diminishing rather than increasing your exposure and credibility with your new book. Self publishing has never been easier...if you know what you're doing!
We welcome Keyboardist, Shane Keister! In 1972, Shane was in such demand as a pianist/session keyboardist he moved to Nashville. Word of his talent spread so rapidly that he was contacted by Paul McCartney to play. Subsequent to these sessions, he was hired to play on several tracks for Elvis on the "Promised Land" album. Presley was so impressed with Shane's keyboard styles that he personally requested that Shane accompany him on the forthcoming '76 tour. His studio career continued at lightning speed, playing and arranging on many hundreds of highly successful recordings. Shane is a member of the Musicians Hall of Fame! Finally contributors, Rev Mike from Chesapeake Cigar will join us at 9:30 to discuss all things "Mancave" then at 9:45, my friend Chef Donna Desfor from Fox TV Harrisburg is going to tantalize your taste buds with Food and Wine tips!
Derrick Sherroid Brown is a manager with Macy’s Systems & Technology responsible for the envisioning, planning, budgeting, development, and implementation of highly complex systems applications. His level of responsibility requires dynamic management of diverse, disparate technical and business oriented teams; strong communication and coordination with customers, partners, upper-management, as well as peers, direct reports, and parallel development teams, both onshore and offshore. He is a powerful team player, exemplary leader, superior communicator, and in-depth critical thinker. He focuses these considerable skills on the task of making his team and organization successful.
D.S. Brown is a true lover of the written word. For him, writing is a passion. He wakes up well before dawn, first to exercise his body, then to exercise his mind. He sets himself before his keyboard, and reaches for mental dexterity, complexity, and passion, pulling from DIDEA, the Dimension of Ideas. He crafts involved, convoluted, but very entertaining drama, action, or romance, whatever comes to mind. Enjoy his words of wisdom.
You know that we love to give you the Elders of Jazz - those who have paved the way in multiple ways. You're about to hear one of those Beloveds - Beegie Adair! Born in Cave City, Kentucky, in the 1930's, Beegie was playing piano at five. And learned those continuing lessons well. She left Bowling Green for more education in Nashville - and landed a prime gig at WSM Radio and TV - where she was a studio musician for nine years.
Ms. Adair also found her way to "The Johnny Cash Show" - where she served from 1969 to 1971. And in the days to come, she would work with a Who's Who of childhood heroes for many of us: Dinah Shore, Henry Mancini, Peggy Lee, Chet Atkins, Lucille Ball and more!
In 1982, Beegie formed a musical partnership with saxophonist, Dennis Solee. Called the Adair-Solee Quartet, the unit evolved into the Be-Bop-Co-Op, a Jazz Sextet. Eventually, she would record an album called "Escape to New York" under her own name. To research her discography is a night's work! Over 100 recordings - and her Beegie Adair Trio is responsible for about 35 of those.
The fabulous Jazz musicians that surrounded her: Nat Adderley, Bob Cranshaw, Gregory Hutchinson...well, that's enough for another show! And this amazing artist has also taught children the miracle of music - she freelanced in Nashville when women who were doing so were considered an oddity. And she formed a jingle company with her late husband. Matter-of-fact, our beautiful guest STILL plays for the Nashville Jazz Workshop - she has dates in August :)
You might have heard of the radio show, "Improvised Thoughts" via NPR? That was Beegie Adair! And she was invited to be on the syndicated "Piano Jazz" show with fellow keyboard Master, Marian McPartland.
Please join us for a VERY special time on 8/5/2014