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  • 01:00

    WLKY'S Sports Anchor Keith Farmer Interview

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    College:Morehead State '92
    Radio/TV
    High School:Madison Central High School '88

    Employer:WLKY-TVPosition:Sports Reporter/Anchor/PhotographerTime Period:September 2000 - PresentLocation:Louisville, KY Employer:WLEX-TVPosition:Reporter/PhotographerTime Period:June 1997 - September 2000Location:Lexington, KY Employer:WYMT-TVPosition:Sports Reporter/Anchor/PhotographerTime Period:May 1993 - June 1997

  • 01:30

    The Christina Lingo Interview

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    With over 400 shows a year, for over 20 years, in front of 2,000 people per show, her lifetime of experience onstage makes her a great candidate to become tomorrow's next star!


    Christina Lingo began entertaining audiences at a very young age. By the age of 3 she was singing and taking dance lessons-including tap, jazz, ballet, point, and modern. When she was 6, she was a featured performer on the weekends at Country Music World in Branson, Missouri. Soon after, her family had their own show, The Shoji Tabuchi Show in Branson. By age 8, Christina was a featured vocalist and entertainer. Still an extremely successful show, she continues to not only perform there today, as her schedule allows, but she is also the vocal director and co-dance captain for the show.


    With her roots coming from her family in Louisiana, Christina has had a lifelong love for all types of music. Her musical style shows the influences of traditional stars like George Jones, Dolly Parton, and others as well as today's country and pop superstars. Flexibility and diversity describe her talents well-trained by many years of performing all styles of music on stage.


    Celebrities such as Jerry Seinfeld, Art Linkletter, Carol Channing, Andy Williams, Barbara Mandrell, Tony Orlando, Joyce Meyer, Conway Twitty, and many more have enjoyed watching Christina's live performances. Please visit www.ChristinaLingo.com for more details!

  • 02:00

    The Jennifer Sugar & Jill C. Nelson Interview

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    On August 8th 2004, 21 year old Jennifer Sugar attended a pivotal event in Hollywood that set her on the path toward co-authoring her first biography titled, John Holmes: A Life Measured in Inches. The event, "Fit for a King" was a posthumous, honorary 60th birthday celebration for Holmes, whereby Sugar, a Michigan university student, networked with several people who proved to be instrumental in helping her to accomplish her goal. Ironically, Sugar was only 5 years old when Holmes passed away in 1988, at age 43, from AIDS-related causes.

    Approximately two and a half years later, after meeting online through their mutual interest in their subject, Sugar invited 49 year old Canadian hearing instrument specialist and mother of two, Jill Nelson, to co-write the biography. The two authors began to forge their unique collaboration. Interestingly, neither Sugar or Nelson had any previous affiliation with the rated xxx movie industry, yet, they succeeded in establishing trust and confidence within the adult entertainment community.

    Sugar and Nelson researched their subject extensively, while conducting interviews with 35 people who had known, worked with, and/or loved John Holmes. Presented as an oral history, their intensive project consisted of compiling their own new interviews with previous interviews, along with other resources, in order to produce the consummate and comprehensive: A Life Measured in Inches -- the first biography about the erotic film legend and pop culture icon.

    At an impressive 584 pages, "Inches" contains three photos sections (including rare nudes), 114 feature film reviews and 86 loops synopses, all viewed and written by the two authors. Sugar and Nelson worked diligently to generate the current 21 page filmography, encapsulating data from Holmes' earliest film work. Adult film historian, William Margold, contributed the book's Foreward, "Hard Core Martyr".

    On its publication date, August 8th, 2008, John Holmes.

  • 01:00

    The Billy James Clayton Interview

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    Billy James Clayton was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. During his early years it was discovered that music would play a life long role in is life. As a young child he was exposed to the sounds of Ray Charles, B.B. King, Dinah Washington and a host of other great jazz, blues, and R&B artist from his father. His mother , on the other hand had him listening to the likes of Bob Seger, Charley Pride and Conway Twitty! At the age of 10 he started singing on a local church choir, as well as learn to play the organ, saxaphone and guitar.

    At the age of 17 he joined the U. S. Marine Corps, where he thought he had found is true calling....being a U. S. Marine. The music, however, remained a soothing and motivating force throughout!

    In 2000 Billy started driving truck. Driving along the highways of America at night, ideas of songs, life on the road, loves lost and had, started working their way into his thoughts.

    While singing remained a major part of his leisure time, it wasn't until he saw Travis Tritt and Ray Charles together on CMT's "Crossroads", that he discovered his passion for the stories told through Country music.

    In 2008, he recorded his first demo in Nashville, a cover of the Travis Tritt classic "Anymore", as well as "Too Far To Turn Around". Now Billy knew what he wanted to to do.

    In March of 2009, working again with Mark Mosley and some help from Gary Paxton in Branson, Missouri, he hit the studio again. The result being his current debut CD, "Truckload Of Load". A collection of "trucker friendly" songs, as well as songs that present a very traditional, yet contemporary sound.

  • 01:00

    The JW Parvin Interview

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    Pleasure to meet you, allow me to introduce myself.... My name is JW Parvin. I guess it all started for me at a young age, when I was asked to join the church choir in my small hometown. Soon enough, I was asked to do solo's. I was very nervous at first, but soon my love for performing overtook my "jitters". I remember singing my mom's favorite hymn "O' Victory In Jesus". As I got older, I was always the boy in the mirror rehearsing with a hairbrush and belting it out with the radio. Later in high school, to my surprise, I was asked to lead some guys in a talent contest! We did a cover of George Strait....HAD A BLAST...but, did not win!!! Some of my favorite memories, are of having my friends over and singing along with the radio as if we were putting on a show. Growing up, my Mom and Dad had a place on a lake for years and in my teenage years I would sneak out to the bar and sing with the band. For me, there was nothing like the feel of being on stage in front of a crowd!!! I would get so caught up in the music that I would find myself on top of tables, doing my best to get the crowd involved and on their feet. I have to say... It worked well too. Eventually is discovered Karaoke contests and to my amazement, I won the second one i ever competed in. I really love to entertain. After winning several contest, I then put together a band and started doing live shows practically every weekend, and sometimes twice per weekend. The tremendous praise I receive from a great performance is so flattering to me even after all these years. I have quite a few loyal followers, who keep me inspired. To me there is no better feeling than putting life into words through my music. I guess thus far the highlight of performing for me was playing at the Talladega Super Sppedway for the campers and race fans. When you have thousands of music lovers singing with you and cheering you in it is beyond a natural high and there is no comparison. To take my talent to a higher platueau.

  • 01:00

    The Dewey Jeffery Interview

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    Dewey Jeffery is a fulltime singer, songwriter from logan WV, he has been singing and playing Rhythm Acoustic guitar since he was 8 years old. According to (Billy Dingess) who has played keyboard for (Johnny paycheck), (Dottie West) and ( Darrell Singletary), Billy said that Dewey Jeffery was one of best songwriters that he has ever had the opportunity to write with. Dewey has 5 different Cd's in all, two country Cd's and 3 gospel Cd's and has a brand new country Cd coming out in September.. Dewey has accomplished alot in his 30 year music career, he has opened shows for people such as " Little Jimmy Dickens" " Hank Williams III " " Mark Wills" "Kentucky Headhunters" and Loretta Lynn's Daughters " The Lynn’ s" he has also won numerous awards through "MCGS" out of Nashville TN. He has also won awards through " GCGMA " out of Dalton,GA for ( Songwriter of the year) Back to Back 2008 & 2009 and for (Band of the year) Back to Back 2008 & 2009. (Call On Jesus) is a song that Dewey wrote and it climbed the gospel chart all the way to 7 on a chart out of Branson,MO Another song Dewey wrote called ( NEW ANGEL) is being looked at now for possible airplay for a Drunk Driving Commercial. For Booking info: dewey_c_j@yahoo.com www.myspace.com/deweyjeffery Home 304-752-4189 Cell 304-688-2431

  • 02:00

    The Metal Madman Live Call In Special

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    History of the Metal Madman

    The early years
    The Metal Madman received his first drum set, a Gretsch, at the age of 7 years old. After outgrowing the original kit, he moved on to a Slingerland, and finally settled on a Tama Rock Star kit. This kit carried him through all his subsequent bands. At the age of 17, he played in his first local hard rock band, Gangway NY (1989-1991). Other bands followed: Maxx Thrust NY (1991 as a fill in drummer), Lady Beware NY (1991-1992), Stalker NJ (1993 as a fill in gig drummer) and Mommy Dearest NY (1994-1996). The Metal Madman also plays the bass and guitar. He is the author of two Mommy Dearest songs, Judgment Day and Slippin' Away. At this same time, The Metal Madman was beginning his work in promoting bands and hard rock/metal music. Starting with the inception of the web site for the Norwegian band, Pagan's Mind, The Metal Madman has expanded his expertise to include moderating the Firewind and Pagan's Mind message boards and running the official Eidolon MySpace site.


    Today
    With the expansion of his radio show, The Metal Madman designed and started the website http://www.themetalmadman.com. On this site, links can be found for playlists, information on upcoming shows, merchandise and links to other various pages. The Metal Madman often reviews new albums for bands. These reviews, good and bad, can also be found on his page. Information can also be found on The Metal Madman Radio Show MySpace page as well as The Metal Madman Radio Show Street Team MySpace Page. The Metal Madman has been in the audience of Prog Power USA for the past eight years, the last five as a gold badge member. The Metal Madman's old band, Mommy Dearest, has once again found them in the studio. A summer, 2009, album release of their current music is expected. There are also talks for possible concert dates as well as new music from this very versatile band.

  • 02:00

    Good Time Country With A Kick

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    COUNTRY VARIETY SHOW WITH DJ KNIGHTMAN AND TAMMY MARTINA.

  • 01:30

    The Suzanne Gorman Interview!

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    Suzanne Gorman joins dj knightman for talk and music.

  • 02:00

    Good Time Country With A Kick

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    A Country Music Variety Show! Hosts:Dj Knightman And Tammy Martina

  • 00:45

    The Shane Wooten Interview

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    COUNTRY MUSIC ARTIST CALLS IN TO KRRN AND CHATS WITH DJ KNIGHTMAN.