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  • 00:36

    Recoding Artist March to May

    in Entertainment

    Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche has created their own version of Americana and folk in their collaboration March to May. 


    The Seattle based duo uses everything from guitar to celtic harp for a rich traditional sound and have found success quickly. The two have traveled the world on their own and have used their experiences to write compelling songs.


    We will talk to the duo about their new release "The Water’s Edge" and the roots of their msuic.

  • 01:02

    March to May interview 5-2-2015

    in Music

    March to May formed in the Spring of 2013 as a collaboration between singer/songwriters Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche. Overlaying Celtic folk harp, guitar & keyboards with rich vocal harmonies, they sing deeply relatable stories of every day life and what it means to love, to live, and to reach beyond what seems possible. They sing from the heart, and carry the listener to a place within their own imagination, their own story.

  • 00:14

    Jill Teeters - March of Dimes

    in Entrepreneur

    Host Kevin Willett is joined by Jill Teeters from the March of Dimes and their upcoming fundraising event at the Manchester Monarchs on Saturday, April 18. 

  • 02:53

    Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People for Tuesday, March 17, 2015

    in Politics Progressive

    On Tuesday, March 17, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:


    Don’t forget we now have an App for the show.  Just visit Igluradio.com and download it today.



    •    Sen. Rebekah Warren checks in on the one-year anniversary of the “rape insurance” law and has some good news, with our” help anyway.
    •    Professional Baseball Player and Sports Director of The Voice of the People join Tony this morning to continue our look at the upcoming baseball season, Sean’s predictions on the Basketball Playoffs and the NCAA Tourney!
    •    Peter Ruark with the Michigan League for Public Policy is back with disturbing news on people of color and the financial disadvantage, which is remarkable. Is there anything that can be done about it?
    •    Attorney Mark Brewer discloses proposed legislation that would turn by the clock on Citizens United.  Does it have a chance of making it to law?
    •    Chad Selweski weighs in on Michigan politics with his usual focus on truth and solid reflection on what is happening on in Michigan this week.
    •    James Clift, Director of the Michigan Environmental Council sheds some light on Governor Snyder’s recent energy policy for Michigan.  Was it all talk or is there progress in recognizing what’s next?
    You are always welcome to join us on-air by calling 855-381-8795. Find us on Facebook by searching for Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People and AUNAmerica, and on Twitter @tonytrupiano and @aunamerica.

  • 01:18

    Fanatic Radio Overtime - March Madness 3/17/15

    in Sports

    The NCAA Tournament is offically among us and Fanatic Radio has the brackets and breakdown for the march to Indianapolis. Can Kentucky run the table and be the first team in 38 years to go undefeated in a season? Who can dethrown the Cats? Arizona? Notre Dame? Duke? Ben was on site to talk with David Aldridge and members of the American University Women's Basketball team on reaching the NCAA for the first time in program history.


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    Click the links for more info.

  • 01:30

    REPLAY--The March Madness Music Fest The Conclusion-- 5/4/15

    in Computers

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    Great music to listen to whether you're on your way home from work, on your way to work, preparing for those NBA Playoff games, or just the need to wine down.  The live remotes just keep increasing and increasing.  You heard it from Gentlemen's Evening guest Ms. Lisa "TheeOracle" Hightower during the very high-powered edition of the Ms. Computer Lady.  Now experience for yourself how the LIVE March Madness Music Fest from Toledo, OH went down.  Enjoy the love, the energy, and the amazing music from all who participated.  That night, along with TheeOracle, were some of the best of indie entertainment from Toledo, OH.  They included spoken word artists Michael Barringer and Hunter Prey, Comedianne and Mistress of Ceremonies Kelly Williams, saxophonist Arthur Bishop, and indie recording artist Yasu.  Out-of-town guests included Wayne Hightower from Cleveland, OH, Tim Jackson from Chicago, IL, and DeMetrius Rodriguez from Alliance, OH.  This was one live musical event everyone enjoyed, and is still talking about.  This was brought to you by Ms. Computer Lady, and it was also broadcasted on ustream.tv/channel/MsComputerLady.  You'll as well hear a song dedicated to Ms. Computer Lady's mother--Mrs. Gussie Hawkins.


    Re-live the memories during the conclusion of this replay  If you didn't get a chance to, let the memory of how it went down be a joy to your listening ears for years to come.

  • 01:43

    TOPS April 17, 2015 LIVE CALL IN BROADCAST

    in Spirituality

    TOPS April 17, 2015 LIVE CALL IN BROADCAST

  • 01:04

    March to May's Darren Guyaz & Beth Wesche (Indie/Folk/Acoustic)

    in Indie Music

    Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes March To May’s Darren Guyaz & Beth Wesche to the Show. 



    www.marchtomay.com


    March To May’s Darren Guyaz (guitar, vocals, keyboard) and Beth Wesche (Celtic harp, vocals)  first met in December 2012.  By March 2013, the folk/indie/Americana duo had co-written their first two songs, by April they had a paid gig under their belts, and by May they had a name and shows booked out into the months ahead. Before settling in Seattle, Washington, where the act is now based, both Darren and Beth had traversed the Western Hemisphere separately.  Darren migrated from the northern Appalachians to his birth-state of Montana, before heading on a South American adventure across the Andes mountain range, eventually falling in love with Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.  The daughter of a US Foreign Service Officer, Beth also spent time in the Andes, as well as a host of US states on both coasts, before moving to Seattle, just blocks from where her beloved Celtic harp had been created, years before.  The duo has drawn comparisons to acts like The Civil Wars, Damien Rice, the Swell Season, The Banner Days, and Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.  


    March to May are represented by
    MTS Management Group
    www.mtsmanagementgroup.com

  • 02:02

    Guest: TARVIS-EL who were the Moors?

    in Politics

    Join us on the Ron March Show as we discuss today "who were the Moors"?

  • 00:33

    March Madness

    in Sports

    NCAA March Madness 2015; NBA; NHL; MLB Spring Training; NFL; WWE

  • 02:15

    14th Amendment Show

    in Politics

    Join the Ron March Show team as we continue our 14th Amendment Citizen series. Donate Donate Donate to Ron at www.ronmarch.com.