• 00:46

    "Top 40 Under 40": Mary Elizabeth Elkordy's Prescription for Success

    in News

    Hosted by Sallie O. Elkordy, co founder of "The Mary and Sallie Show".

  • 02:59

    Will and Thunder Welcome ASH ROCK

    in Rock Music

    Since this is the show right before Christmas, we thought we'd get into the holiday spirit by celebrating one of the cornerstones of the season: kids! But we are a rock and metal show, so these aren't your typical grade-school carolers! We're going to showcase a certified "school of rock" on our program, to learn a little about these young prodigies who are making the future of rock and metal right now!

    Joining us as a guest will be Preston Nash, an instructor at Sam Ash Music in Indianapolis. Preston is also a seasoned musician in his own right; playing for bands such as Dope and Society 1. He'll be stopping by to tell us a little more about the school, the students, and we'll be playing some tunes from these talented young artists known as ASH ROCK!

    We're also going to have some co-hosts this week; filling in for Will this week will be our friends Rob and Sean from the band Aries! They've been great guests and we're glad to have them back on the show to help us out in Will's absence. This episode features our last guests of 2014, so be sure to tune in!

  • 02:58

    Will and Thunder Welcome The McGrath Project

    in Rock Music

    The McGrath Project is a group of musicians, all respected in their own right, drawing from experiences gathered from living and breathing music, touring the globe, and now coming together to create music that couldn't possibly be categorized or pigeon-holed. Catchy, yet innovative, simple, yet experimental, comic, sinister, heartfelt, perceptive, rock'n'roll, punk, blues, psychedelic, country, jazz...you will hear "a new take on classic rock"! After a 3-year hiatus, the band is back, and Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Gary McGrath will join us to talk about the new music and all his various musical projects, of which have had him working with the likes of Ted Nugent, The Monkees, and Jon Bon Jovi. Be sure to tune in!

  • 02:04

    Will and Thunder Welcome Chastain's Leather Leone

    in Rock Music

    Leather is best known for fronting the '80s metal band Chastain; and after a 20+-year hiatus, she is back and here to talk to us about the band's latest album, Surrender to no One; as well as shoot the breeze with us about her recent tour in Brazil and her onstage performance with fellow metal queen Doro Pesch. Leather is no-nonsense, outspoken, and totally honest, so this is sure to be a great show! Be sure to tune in!

  • 02:06

    Prophecykeepers - Mary Elizabeth Thunder, Peace Elder

    in Spirituality

     
     
     
    See Thunder's full bio here
    In 2005, Mary Elizabeth Thunderwas nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, as part of 1,000 Women of Peace. The nominated women commit themselves daily to the cause of peace and justice, often under the most difficult circumstances. They call for reconciliation and organize peace negotiations, they rebuild what has been destroyed in villages and cities, they fight against poverty and create new sources of income. They struggle for access to clean water, land and other resources. They care for those infected with HIV and give war orphans a home. They denounce violations of human rights and publicly condemn all forms of torture. They silently protest in public places and seek solutions to all forms of aggression.
    They work in their own villages and regions, in organizations and universities. Some are members of their governments or are active on the international scene. To be nominated they had to fulfill stringent criteria, such as: sustain ability of their work, integrity, the inclusion of all parties to a conflict, or being part of a wide network. The 1000 women are leaders, they are beacons of hope for all people, they are demanding and do not give up.

  • 02:46

    Will and Thunder Welcome: Aries

    in Rock Music

    Aries began in the fall of 2008 when Rob Bradley decided to form a band to revive some of the sounds that music with strong connections to his influences, a band with razor sharp, arena-ready riffs, powerful hard rock/heavy metal vocals, and a solid rhythm to back it up.

    Now, a number of years later, that vision still remains. Rob Bradley still fronts Aries, with Sean Rhodes taking the command of guitar duties, and Andy Ham and Tim Slack completing the rhythm section.

    Aries can be easily identified musically or on the stage; known for their high-energy live performances, as well as by their signature diverse, epic sound, Aries has shared the stage with such legends as Sebastian Bach, The Protomen, Dio Disciples ft. Tim "The Ripper" Owens (Judas Priest, Iced Earth) on vocals, and Symphony X, and have carved a name for themselves in such events as 98 Rock's Noise in the Basement, The Exposed Music Festival, etc.Aries has also been named as 98 Rock/Shockwave Magazine's Band of the Month(December 2012) followed by being named as their Band of the Year(2013). Aries stays busy with a show schedule that has had them perform in Virginia, Connecticut, Illinois, and many other regions of the East Coast.

    Recently winning Shockwave Magazine's Band of the Year award for 2014, "Rise" (the band's latest album) was funded by a legion of dedicated fans through their Kickstarter. With an initial goal of $3,500, the final amount reached nearly $4,000. 

    Rise features a range of lyrical topics written by Rob Bradley. From themes of paranoia (Trial by Fire), vigilantism (Beware the Gun), rebellion (Rise), to existentialism (Cradle to the Grave), this album marries progressive metal and hard rock cleverly.

  • 02:01

    Mary Elizabeth Thunder - International Peace Elder & Spiritual Leader-

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded November 20, 2004...


    Mary Elizabeth Thunder has been a Peace Elder since 1991, where she joined the Elders Circle at Wolf Song I. Then in 1992-Thunder hosted Wolf Song II. In 1993-Wolf Song III in Jinta Junga Australia, she represented Grandmother Twylah Nitsch & Grandmother Kitty as Master of Ceremonies along with Aboriginal Elder Gabbo Ted Thomas.


    In 1994-Thunder attended the UN Indigenous People's Working Session as a delegate in Geneva, Switzerland. (One of the issues she presented & had accepted by the United Nations Secretariat, was all the video's & written Peace Statements of Wolf Song II in honor to Grandmother Twylah Nitsch who was the Dreamer & Visioner of Wolf Song) 1995-Wolf Song V-In Puerto Rico; 1996-Thunder Hosted Wolf Song VI; & In 1997, she was the Master of Ceremonies for Wolf Song VII Holland; & attended Wolf Song VIII.


    Her words about Peace are...Peace--I was born to be passionate & heart connected to Peace on this Planet, since I was born in the month of D Day. I am grateful to Grandmother Twylah who named me a Peace Elder & I strive to live up to her expectations of that honor.


    In 1997, she traveled to France, at the Invitation of the Dalai Lama to speak about Peace & Women. On stage with his Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama & an audience of 8,000 people who had come to hear spiritual representatives from all over the World talk about Unity & Diversity for all World Religions, Thunder spoke her message & shared her heart about Peace & about being a Woman.

  • 03:00

    Will and Thunder Welcome Helix and Pamela Moore

    in Rock Music

    We have a star studded night for you. Legendary 80's hair band, Helix joins us to promote their latest album, Bastard of the Blues! Singer, Brian Vollmer is taking time out of his hectic schedule, fresh off a German tour to discuss the new album, and a little Helix History. He joins us around 10:30PM Eastern. We will be playing a classic Helix song, as well as a track off the new album.


    At 11:05PM Eastern, Pamela Moore (Suite Sister Mary on Queensryche's Operation: Mindcrime) joins us to discuss her latest solo album, Ressurrect Me, her band, and tour, and future plans. We will also be listening to several of her songs. 


    Its going to be a great show with 2 great guests! Don't miss it!


     

  • Open Book: Mary, the mother of Jesus

    in Spirituality

    We cannot talk fully about Christmas without talking about Mary! Who was Mary? Why should we be interested in her?  And how is she relevant to the world today? Join Lori and Alice as they discuss quotations from the saints and from Elizabeth Johnson, author of "Truly Our Sister." We'll also wrap up our Advent season with special reflections!

  • 02:37

    Will and Thunder Welcome: Seraphim Ward

    in Rock Music

    Seraphim Ward is an occult filmmaker who was involved in a hectic and heavily publicized lawsuit with Marylin Manson. She is also an aspiring musician and singer. She is putting the drama of the lawsuit behind her, and focusing on her music which is dark pop with a heavy edge. Her album, 'Time Heals All Wounds' has just been released recently.

    We are excited to welcome her to the show, and to hear her story as well as a few of her songs. It should be a very interesting interview!

  • 01:55

    Prophecykeepers Radio - Mary Elizabeth Thunder, Peace Elder

    in Spirituality




    In 2005, Mary Elizabeth Thunderwas nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, as part of 1,000 Women of Peace. The nominated women commit themselves daily to the cause of peace and justice, often under the most difficult circumstances. They call for reconciliation and organize peace negotiations, they rebuild what has been destroyed in villages and cities, they fight against poverty and create new sources of income. They struggle for access to clean water, land and other resources. They care for those infected with HIV and give war orphans a home. They denounce violations of human rights and publicly condemn all forms of torture. They silently protest in public places and seek solutions to all forms of aggression.
    They work in their own villages and regions, in organizations and universities. Some are members of their governments or are active on the international scene. To be nominated they had to fulfill stringent criteria, such as: sustain ability of their work, integrity, the inclusion of all parties to a conflict, or being part of a wide network. The 1000 women are leaders, they are beacons of hope for all people, they are demanding and do not give up.

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