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This week on Canadian Musician Radio, we're very excited to chat with Serena Ryder, whose career has exploded in the last year and a half following the release of her mega-selling fifth LP, Harmony. The album went platinum in Canada and spawned two massive singles in "Stompa" and "What I Wouldn't Do." Earlier this year, Serena earned Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year honours at the JUNO Awards, which she also co-hosted. Talking to Mike, Serena looks back on the whirlwind year she just had, how expanding her sound beyond to her folk roots led to her success, and what she has in the works as a follow-up to Harmony.
Meanwhile, Andrew caught up with Paul Luftenegger, who has finished recording a huge project and album titled Diamond Light with Arun Chaturvedi. Paul uses his music to promote peace, love, and harmony and has worked very closely and continues to be a guest speaker and volunteer/contributor with the 'Canadian Mental Health Association' (CMHA). Paul has been a featured singer/songwriter by Songwriters Association of Canada for his work with Suicide Awareness and Social Change Songwriting. His career also includes partnering with international charities to advance social awareness issues advancing equality and human rights for all people of our World. Paul has also been honoured by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne for his work with Suicide Awareness.
Finally, while at the Sound of Music Festival in Burlington, ON, Mike spoke with the girls in The Beaches. Despite just getting out of high school, The Beaches of been generating some huge review and industry buzz for their brand of no-holds-barred garage rock. The Beaches have charged into 2014 all guitars blazing with a three week tour of the UK supporting ex Distillers front woman Brody Dalle, and the release of their second EP, Heights, which was released on May 5th.
Bobby Krivitsky and Adam Lowenstein are here to take you Inside the Game from 6:00 to 7:00 pm ET on Friday, June 13, and they will be joined by special guest John Ryder, who recently finished 16 tremendous years at WEEI.
After being a mainstay in Boston sports radio for such a long time, Ryder will give you his outlook on the current situations with the hometown teams as well as Game 4 of both the NBA Finals and the Stanley Cup Final.
They will also discuss the 2014 FIFA World Cup along with the other important storylines in the sports world.
Let your voice be heard by calling into the show at (347) 215-7771.
You can follow Adam on Twitter at @StatsAdam and Bobby at @Bobby_K91.
Hunter Mahan won the opening leg of the PGA Tour’s season ending FedEx Cup, and with that took the Cup lead and changed the American Ryder Cup scenario. One day after, Tiger Woods parted ways with his (and Mahan’s) swing coach, Sean Foley and Carlos Ortiz finally won his third title on the Web.com Tour.
Join co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres as they check-in to bring you these and all latest news, insights, analysis, recaps and previews from around the golf world.
Tiger announces he's withdrawn from Ryder Cup contention, why I say it's the right choice. Is this the end of Tiger? Will he catch Jack's streak?
NBA Schedule released today. We will talk about the notable games. Also take a brief look at the Cavaliers schedule.
SUMMERSLAM! I give my predictions.
All that plus your calls and tweets (@patcle330 on Twitter).
Lets get weird.
The Back Nine Radio Show featuring Dustin Ashby, Adam Frillman and Dr. Tobin Lingafelter. What should we make of Tiger's decision to opt out of Ryder Cup consideration? Rory has now won 3 consecutive tournaments, 2 of them being major championships, are we seeing a performance similar to Tiger's back in 2000? Is it too soon to start counting down to 18 for Rory? Is Rory saving golf?
A new voice in sports radio Each Tuesday I will tackle the hottest topics in the world of sports as well as take listener calls and social media interaction. I will offer my take on these topics.
Tonight's co-host is Anthony Marchetto from Kutztown University Radio
Join us at 9:30pm ET
Tony Stewart / Kevin Ward Jr situation latest
PGA Championship wrap up and looking ahead to the Ryder Cup
The O’Bannon Ruling and what it means for NCAA sports
Jameis Winson insurance policy & #ASKJameis hashtag
Max Kellerman suspension; has this gone too far?
KATE UPTON / YANKEE STADIUM
Join us for all of this plus listener calls, tweets, questions, and more
Hosted by Earnest 'EJ' Christian who hails from Brooklyn New York, he brings his loud, sometimes brash and fun style of sports talk and entertainment to the masses with intelligent opinions and excellent guests across the landscape. He is normally joined by his co-host Gee Steelio aka. "The Heartthrob".
The boys continue their division by division odds in both the AFC and NFC North. Plus Tiger pulls out of Ryder Cup consideration, Steph Curry gets offensive on LeBron, Carmelo thinks the Knicks are not championship worthy and our weekly Cheap Seat Weekly baseball segment with Matt Whitener plus our now infamous Shoutouts segment. We also remember the late Robin Williams.
Scheduled guests include: Kyle Nash aka. The Student Of The Game (National Gridiron Network) and Lang Greene (Basketball Insiders)
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Join co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres as they check-in to bring you the latest news, insights and analysis from around the golf world.
They will recap all major tours including the ‘major’ statement made by Rory McIlroy as he rallied to win the PGA Championship in thrilling fashion. They will give you their take on Rory’s dominance, and where does he go from here.
Also as part of the ‘Theme of the Week’ they will tackle on the recent big name withdrawals, their injuries and the possible causes and the effect of these on the Ryder Cup.
There will be soundbites with Suzann Pettersen, Lee Ann Pace and Carling Nolan. And as usual they will close with the previews of this weekend’s action.
Join legendary Philadelphia sportscaster Don Henderson (76'ers and Temple Owls play-by-play announcer, WCAU and WPHL radio, Miami Hurricanes football play-by-play) and Doug Miles as they engage in a lively hour of conversation on sports and other topics. Mondays at 7PM EDT.
Topics include: Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, unusual ending to the PGA Championship, Tony Stewart, GMan on NASCAR, Derek Jeter passes Honus Wagner, Ryder Cup, Paul O'Neil, Atlantic City, Pete Rose and more. (www.dougmilesmedia.com).
Ann hosts her show from the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky discussing Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, the plight of Tiger and his ailing back and the upcoming Ryder Cup. Ann's guests are radio colleagues Bob Bubka and Graeme Agars.
Tiger Woods' latest injury "doesn't bode well right now" for his chances to play in the Ryder Cup, U.S. captain Tom Watson said Monday.
A day after withdrawing after eight holes in the last round of the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational with a bad back, Tiger Woods doesn't know if he'll be playing in this week's PGA Championship.
Woods flew back Sunday afternoon to his South Florida home instead of heading to Valhalla Golf Club for the year's last major championship after he aggravated his back and was forced to withdraw.
Woods is at his home resting.
"He has to rest and get treatment and assess later," said Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, in a text. "Pointless to make that decision (on playing) now without proper time to give him the best chance."
Heaven seems to be a pretty popular place nowadays. Books that tell the stories of those who have died, gone to Heaven, and come back to tell about it, fly off the shelves. The Heaven is For Real movie, based on the New York Times bestselling book of the same name, opened at number one at the box office when it was released. And, according to a Religion News Service article, 74% of Americans believe there is such a place as Heaven, and in another, recent survey, 62% of Americans say they are going there.
But what about Hell? Well, 59% of Americans believe Hell is for real and 1.5% of Americans say they are going to that place of torment after they die. Vassula Ryder, author of the best-selling book Heaven is Real but So is Hell, said, "The devil's most powerful tool is convincing us that he -- and hell -- do not exist. He works subtly and silently, feeding our doubts and inadequacies, sowing dissension and creating chaos and confusion in our lives. Evil is real, and we have to know how to respond to it."
Although we much prefer the pleasures and goodness of Heaven, we must accept that Hell, too, is for real. In fact, some authors have claimed that they have experienced Hell. In one book, A Day in Hell, the author writes, "Darkness enveloped me as if thick, black ink had been poured over my eyes... Reaching to my left and my right, up and down proved the black endlessness of my confines. Cold permeated my bones — an icy, water-type cold, in that it surrounded all of me, inside and out."
In another book, 23 Minutes In Hell, the author said he was imprisoned in a tiny cell where demons viciously tore at his flesh. He said he experienced insatiable thirst while hearing "screams of an untold multitude of people crying out in torment."
MUSICAL SELECTION: "Jesus is Lord" by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend
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