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With five top 10 hits, The Little River Band has been entertaining audiences for over 30 years. They will be in Vegas Feb. 25 at the Green Valley Ranch as apart of their American leg of their 2012 tour. We'll talk to lead singer Wayne Nelson about the rich history of the band and touring all these years.
Show hosts, Wade Zahares, Mike Dubisch and Carolyn Watson Dubisch talk with artists from across America and all over the world.Our first guest is fantasy artist, Gilead. Creator of the coloring book series "Gilead's Goblinz", and the art series "Fantasy Life". From the artist:Fantasy Life is a hobby, passion, curious habit of mine, call it what you like. I take old sketches from my life drawing class and transform them into works of fantasy art by adding costumes, monsters, settings etc. So they are fantasy drawings done from life therefore Fantasy Life. Some are sold at science fiction conventions or street fairs, others are sold at Method art gallery in Scottsdale Arizona which is one of the largest and most prestigious gallery districts in the world." Our second guest is internationally acclaimed and award-winning artist, Susan Barken. Her passion for pets and their people is clearly seen in each of her realistic ,yet whimsical watercolor art. Unaware of her gift as an artist until 1997 when she took an amateur art course for fun. Susan surprised herself at her new found ability! Susan’s work is seen in many prestigious homes and offices across the United States.She and her husband Larry live in Phoenix, with Sparky, a jack Russell rescue, watching every move. Our final guest is Maine artist Jamie Hogan. Jamie's illustrations have appeared in American Illustration, PRINT Magazine, Graphis, and the Society of Illustrators, as well as publications from the Los Angeles Times to Maine Magazine. Jamie teaches Illustration at Maine College of Art in Portland. She's the author/illustrator of The Seven Days of Daisy,and the illustrator of many award-winning children’s books.She lives on Peaks Island with her husband, Marty Braun, and their daughter Daisy. Jamie draws inspiration from moonlight, reflections, pink clouds, wishing on the first star, and the raw beauty that is Maine.
The Wind River Range in western Wyoming includes more than 40 peaks that check in at 13,000 feet or taller, including the highest natural point in the state, Gannett Peak (13,804 ft.). In this edition of In Ice Axe We Trust (IIAWT), Chris and Matt talk with a mountaineer who recently teamed up with Big City Mountaineers for a charity climbing expedition in the Wind River Mountains.
Wade Zahres, Mike Dubisch and Carolyn Watson Dubisch interview artists, sculptors, and designers from all over the world and from all walks of life. Our first 2 guests will be Jon Sanchez and Austin Zachary from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jon studied art and design at New Mexico State. He considers himself an illustrator first and foremost. Although, he has engaged in various forms of art mediums for most of his life. Jon has been designing and screen printing gig posters for bands since 2008 using the name “JONITO”. His posters are drawn/inked by hand, digitally separated, and hand-pulled using acrylic inks. He also does graphic design work such as logo design, political brochures, magazine layout and corporate identity. He is currently working on his first mini comic with his friend and co-worker Austin Zachary. Austin Zachary is a cartoonist, animator, and illustrator. He has created several cartoons; Shaved Monkey and Furr E. Beaver and The InsideOut, which runs monthly in the ABQ Sports Magazine. His animations include cartoons and music videos. Our next guest is Phoenix artist, Annie Dunn. From her obscure beginnings as a doughnut peddler and obsessive doodler in northwestern Iowa, Annie moved to the big city in search of something called computer graphics. She now spends her days painting colorful creatures and other oddities using a Wacom tablet and stylus. Although verified public sightings are rare, Annie is rumored to live with her husband and a clowder of cats and dogs in the suburbs of Phoenix Arizona. The show will end with a discussion of the Spark show at the River Tree Arts Gallery in Kennebunk Maine. The show is a glimpse inside the minds of Maine's iconic illustrators. Curated by our own Wade Zahares, feauturing the art of Dahlov Ipcar, Cathryn Fawell, Hazel Mitchell, Chris Van Dusen, Matt Travares. Join us for a window into the world of art.
We have the honor to present to you House of Praise Band. HOP is an outstanding group/Minister. They have been making a tremendous difference in the lives of many with their music and ministry. Learn more about HOP and all of the activities theyre currently working on for the expanssion of God's Kingdom. Learn more about their love and compassion as they serve a God of Love. Know House of Praise Band at a personal level.
Tenemos el honor de presentarles a House of Praise Band, uno de los grupos musicales más sobresalientes de estos tiempos. Han bendecido muchas vidas através de su música y ministerio. Conozca más de HOP y las actividades en las que actualmente colaboran para la expasión del Reino de Dios. Aprenda más sobre su amor y compasión hacia otros mientras sirven a Dios. Conozca a House of Praise un nivel más personal.
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Mike Dubisch, Wade Zahares, and Carolyn Watson Dubisch talk with artists, sculptors, photographers and other members of the art world. Our first guest will be Fulton Beal, a cartoonist and illustrator from the great north state of Maine.From those early days when he first grasped a crayon and scribbled all over the walls of his parent’s house, Fulton hasn’t stopped drawing. Although he participated in schooling at one of the state universities for a couple of years, he is mostly self-taught, having studied classic comic strips and cartoons at any spare moment he could grasp. Wild and whimsical, weird and wacky, his work strives to give a smile or chuckle to the face of every viewer, and hopefully yours as well. Next on the show is artist Russ Ritell. Russ Ritell is a New York native and agraduate from the School of Visual arts in Manhattan. He has been working in traditional and digital media for more than 20 years. For the last 12 years he's been employed as a designer/animator, but he's also expanded his artistic range through fine art and conceptual projects. He created a large multi-media installation call "The Media Church" about TV and the news affecting social values, and has shown work centered on the BP oil spill and the economic depression. His upcoming exhibit is called "Wild in The Streets" and opens Oct.12th at the Bau Gallery in Beacon, NY. Our final guest will be artist Michael L Peters. Michael L. Peters has drawn Comics for such publishers as Heavy Metal Magazine, Desperado, Caliber, Image, and CFD. He creates and sells Prints mostly on mythological and fantasy themes, in pen & ink, watercolor and/or acrylics. A few years ago, he was hired by Ferris State University to create a series of pen & ink portraits of their former presidents. He teaches drawing and illustration in Grand Rapids Michigan. Join us for great conversations in art!
Part II of Buddy Verdi turned 88 on 8/31/13 and in this show Buddy sings his favorite songs with his Big Band Orchestra. Buddy was hired by Benny Goodman at the age of 18 and Buddy Verdi Show is live every saturday 1pm to 3pm eastern time @ tantalk1340.com
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