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Hour one: Brydge Keyboards. Toby Mander-Jones, Co-Founder and CCO.
The Brydge is a keyboard worthy of an iPad, echoing its deceptive simplicity and rugged reliability. You wouldn’t put cheap wheels on a Ferrari – why would you clasp a plastic keyboard to the iPad, when you can bond it to a single piece of beautifully honed, solid aluminium? Brydge aims to build a brand as durable as their keyboards, boosted by the enthusiasm of an already loyal fan base. Brydge has exciting plans to expand their range to fit all members of the iPad family, and delight a growing set of tech connoisseurs who want the best for their devices. The sky’s the limit, but a quality typing experience will always be their benchmark.
Hour two: News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities!
Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
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Kat Marco has been rocking on vocals and guitar for several decades writing and producing original compositions. She has worked with some of the best musicians, producers, and engineers in the world. Most notably Co-Producing 'Maiden Voyage' at Morrisound with Steve Wacholz of Savatage, and Jim Morris, with bassist Jeff Berlin, drummer Mark Prator, Grammy nominated Keyboardist Kent Smith, Jim and Tom Morris engineering. Michael Schenker, Paul Chapman, Genya Ravan, Jim DeVito, Rod O'Quinn, and Ernie Peginy (bassist and drummer for Pat Travers), Jon Maye, Rich Tabor (The Ben Jackson Group), Eddie Rio (tour bassist for Molly Hatchett) and the extremely talented Tommy Stephenson who has 15 gold and platinum records, are only a few of the music business professionals that Kat has either worked with or learned from. She now has her own recording studio where she writes, engineers and produces her songs performing all vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, and programming drums. Her music is rock, hard rock and metal. Her influences are Pat Benatar, Ynqwie Malmsteen, and a wide range of singers and musicians including those from mainstream to extreme metal.
The new single, ‘Should I Stay’ by Luke Potter will be released at the end of January 2016 (date TBC)
“Should I Stay’ was written by Luke and his good friend, Casey Abrams (American Idol), during Casey’s visit to the UK in the spring of 2016.
It was then recorded in LA and produced by Bleu (Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, Adam Lambert…). Casey provides backing vocals and ‘chanting’ on the song, which also features Joe Seiders (New ographers, Beat Club) playing keyboards and drums
It’s a classic song and has already been selected to be the Record of the Day by the prestigious taste-making ROTD team
The single will be preceded by a new video that is being filmed in London shortly.
Luke will be releasing further new music and will be playing shows through much of next year including a major US tour…
Jeff Slate is taking The Weekend Wilburys all around New York and the North Eastern states. The Weekend Wilburys is the latest Family Friendly entertainment event and features Jeff Slate and the music of Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, George Harrison, Roy Orbison and ELO. Jeff Slate is supported by Steve Holley, Rick Mullen and Jimmy McElliott. Birds of Paradox is Jeff's solo album and was released in 2012 and includes performances from many New York iconic musicians including our favorite Gary Van Scyoc on bass, Adam Ippoloto on Keyboards and Steve Holley on Drums. May Pang is responsible for many of the Birds Of Paradise members meeting each other and cooperating to make thuis wonderful album which featrues the art work of our very own Rick Hunt.November 2013 continued Jeff Slate's wonderful musical contribution to LIVE MUSIC with "Imposters and Attractions" which features 10 original compostions and two Costello classics and this album was released in a digital version. The best description of Jeff Slate's talent is in Jon Friedman's Bob Dylan biography "Forget about Today" "If you want to understand what makes Jeff Slate tick, just watch him perform in concert. It's all you really need to know about him as a bandleader, guitarist and singer. His love of the life and the work comes across in his music. When I caught Jeff at a late night gig here in New York City last summer, I was reminded once again, by the sheer therapeutic power of music to make people feel happy - that is when the sound is in the hands oi someone who loves what he is doing and wants to make a crowd happy."
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Blackfoot’s rock and roll powerhouse Rickey Medlocke joins Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show for a rare in-depth interview, Wednesday, November 18, 3 pm ET.
Rickey Medlocke has been performing on stage since the age of three. His grandfather, Shorty Medlocke, was a well-known Delta blues musician and taught his grandson, still in diapers, to play a miniature banjo. His musical abilities increased over the years. At age five, he began teaching himself to play the guitar. At the tender age of eight, he was playing drums in Grandpa Shorty’s band. He went on to master the banjo, guitar, drums, mandolin, dobro and keyboards. And let’s not forget the voice, rough, raspy, irresistible. The kid from Jacksonville made good, first carving his way in the competitive world of rock and roll at eighteen as founder, singer and guitarist for the celebrated band Blackfoot. And then as a member of the iconic Southern Rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. He continues to tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd, but more importantly, Blackfoot is back!
A conversation with the iconic singer, songwriter, musician, producer, Rickey Medlocke, on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, November 18, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
Greetings and welcome to Radio Time Productions with Valerie Jarrette Bass, Host. Broadcasting live from beautiful South Florida on Monday and Friday @ 5pm. interviewing exceptional guests. Our special guest this evening is Gerald Cantor, Consultant, Musician, Software Development... We will be discussing music going digital, was there a big driver to music morphing into digital, what effect did iTunes have on the music industry and more...
Gerald is an independent consultant who has spent 27 years in the technology industry. His experience has ranged from engagements with Fortune 100 companies to fledgling startups to his own forays into technical product development and marketing.
While he has certainly spent a whole lot of time in technology, there's one place where he's spent event more time: music. Gerald has been an avid musician for 35 years, starting with alto sax and clarinet, eventually moving into guitar, bass and keyboards. He is also loves listening to music, in particular progressive rock and punk ska. He has been a member of many bands throughout the years and currently enjoys jamming in a power trio format with his son and daughter.
Isaac Hayes and David Porter were one of the most successful songwriting partnerships of the 1960’s. After playing on several sessions for Otis Redding, Hayes was tapped to play keyboards in the Stax house band, and eventually established a partnership with songwriter David Porter.
The Hayes-Porter duo composed some 200 songs, reeling off a string of hits for Stax luminaries like Sam & Dave (the brilliant “When Something is Wrong With My Baby,” “Soul Man”, “I Thank You,” and “Hold On, I’m Comin?), Carla Thomas (“B-A-B-Y”) and Johnnie Taylor (“I Got to Love Somebody’s Baby,” “I Had a Dream”).
David Porter went on to engineer the relaunch of the Stax label and is a current member of the Board of Trustees of the Recording Academy.
The work of David Porter and Isaac Hayes is celebrated as part of the musical heritage memorialized at Soulsville, the Museum of American Soul Music. Opened in 2003 on the original site of Stax Records in Memphis, the facility honors and documents the activities and achievements at the famous record label, for which David Porter was one of the principal songwriters and producers.
If you have never sat and listened to this group, you are missing it! They are so anointed and full of God's love that the Bride just enters into the Holy of Holies very easily with their intercession in worship. There is a difference of just singing and taking the Bride to the throne-room. This group not only takes you to the throne-room, but allows the participants to leave feeling full of God's glory and ready to face the demonic forces that are waiting on them when they leave the building. It's groups like these that the Bride longs for.
Intimacy with our groom requires a dance with Him in worship. Whether that dance is literal or in the heart while worshiping...is all yet to be seen. However, this group will not let you down if you are hungry!
Sons of Thunder is not only a worship band but a ministry that seeks to make the glory of God known to the world with music, prayer, and ministry. They minister in familiar, anointed worship songs, original music, and spontaneous musical jams to reveal the majesty of the Lord. Sons of Thunder have a multi-piece band that is guitar driven with flavors of classic rock and modern worship. Their music has been influenced over the years by Misty Edwards from IHOP-KC and the prayer movement, Lendell Cooley from the Brownsville Revival, and Morning Star Ministries.
Cliff - lead singer and lead guitar
Kim - backup singer
Dewayne - drums
Tony Nobles - guitar/bass
Earney Chaney - keyboards
Contact Information: Cliff Ferrell 615-815-7828
Bob Malone has toured the world as a solo artist for two decades and has played keyboards with rock legend John Fogerty since 2011. His sound is a one of-a-kind hybrid of rock, blues, and New Orleans R&B, delivered with high-energy piano virtuosity and a voice all his own. Currently based in Los Angeles, he still plays with Fogerty’s band plus an average of 100 solo shows a year. Malone has shared stages with Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, Jimmy Buffett, Rickie Lee Jones, The Neville Brothers, Rev. Al Green, among others. He comes to us Friday with tales from the road (he will be calling in from the tour) and great songs from teh new EP,not yet available in the US.
Damien Ike is a recording artist who has worked with a long list of headline artists in the UK.. I n fact you could say he is the real deal when it comes to British Musicians. Championed by SBTV, BBC 1XTRA,Indie Shuffle, Complex Magazine, BBC Introducing, Hype Machine and many other media tastemakers, his music is pure and offering a yet-to-be heard spin on relate-able truth, love and experience. He recently released his first 'online' single 'Kingdom Come”, and the song has already placed at #3 on the Hype Machine chart. He is now in the USA, introducing fans in the world’s most important music market. And he joins us on Music Friday Live this Friday.
Singer/Songwriter Allan James is our VIP Guest Superstar in Hour 1 of the Friday Night Dance Party. Allan's new album DOORS TO SOMEWHERE World Premiers tonight and we'll be playing the music and hearing the stories behind the new tracks!
In Hour 2 - it s your requests, so call in or Facebook me the songs you want to hear!
Call 323 657-1493 to ask Allan a question and join the fun!
Buy Allan's DOORS TO SOMEWHERE on iTunes here!
Allan James is a Rock/Pop Artist located in the Shenandoah Valley of Northern Virginia (USA). Located in a small town, his home & studio are surrounded by beautiful mountains where he writes, records, produces album’s & performs live both on stage & via webcasts.
Although known for his creative style of guitar playing, he is an award winning singer/songwriter, composer plus multi-instrumentalist he also plays bass, keyboards & drums.
AJ is a self-taught musician, began playing guitar & singing when he was 8 & in his early teens began recording & performing live in schools, dances & charities. When 15 he moved to Iceland for a few years where he had his own TV guitar show. He headed back to the U.S. to record his 1st single, becoming a firm favourite in schools, gigs & record stores in the Washington DC area.
The Dream Foundry took root in 2009, when Kevin Wallbank and Sally
Sharp-Paulsen met through mutual friend James Lowe, bandleader for The
Electric Prunes. They found they had much the same taste in music and
developed an unusual sound through their shared preference in genres and
common interests. Though Kevin lived in Essex, England and Sally, a
native Chicagoan, lived on the island of Bømlo in Norway, thanks to
modern technology they were able to write and record. Sally does writing
and vocals, and Kevin does the instrumentation, being adept in
instruments as diverse as keyboards, guitars and mandolin. They are an
example of how changes in music technology, and shared objective can
result in a band creating music in two different countries. At present they are working and recording with Steve Ellis of The Love Affair, Widowmaker and The Ellis Band.
The Dream continues...
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." The Life & Motivation of Michael & Denny Jenkins,often dubbed “The Earth, Wind, & Fire of Gospel”, the driving force behind Spirit 2 Spirit are two brothers, Michael and Denny Jenkins. Together the two have over 50 years of musical experience. Michael plays bass, keyboards, and percussion. He has done lead and background vocals. He is a truly blessed lyrical writer, arranger personified, and a technical engineer, whose creativity in digital recording, editing, and mastering is unequaled. His ability to get the best out of an individual (not limited to musical or vocal artists) permits him to meet the challenge all producers and writers face in creating a viable product to be loved and cherished by the general public, as well as revered and respected by those in the industry. Denny, by design, is a percussionist who uses the keyboards to enhance his song writing ability. His strength lies in his lyric writing, and arrangements, and he sings lead and background vocals. The brothers have a musical background wherein their father, the late Thomas Jenkins helped form, manage, and sing for the Gospel Quartet #THEMIGHTYSOUTHERNECHOES, of Washington D.C. The group’s name was retired in 1999 by Mr. Thomas Jenkins, Co-Founder, after 48 years of praising our Lord God in music and in faith. Michael and Denny were also blessed with the opportunity to play with their father‘s group a couple of years before it’s retirement, and decided to continue their father’s legacy through the group “SPIRIT 2 SPIRIT”.
MXMGBTR - Motivating & Inspiring the Next Generation X, through "True Life Experiences."