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MEAGHAN BLANCHARD, a vibrant red-headed singer-songwriter, grew up in the rolling hills of beautiful Prince Edward Island. Although a shy and quiet child, Meaghan gravitated towards music with a natural ability to write & hum her own tunes at a very young age. As she grew up, Meaghan’s natural vocal ability had her front and center of a number of community gatherings, children’s choirs and kitchen parties in her home town of Hunter River. Although Meaghan’s shyness followed her throughout her school years, she found comfort in logging away her hopes and dreams in small journals that she kept tucked into her desks. Tired of letting her shyness get in the way of her musical dreams, Meaghan turned to her grandmother Glenda - a Country singer who performed most weekends in the rural halls of PEI - for advice. Grammy Glenda’s words still have meaning to her to this day: “Look for the person in the audience who is looking like they’re having a bad day and sing to them; make em’ smile. It’ll take your fear away, and you never know what that could mean to somebody”. It was by watching her grandmother’s performances that Meaghan also came to know and love some of the greatest female country singers of all time: Tammy Wynette, Emmylou Harris and Dolly Parton. They have all had a significant influence on her music even to this day. Meaghan recorded her first full length collection of songs with producer John Keane (R.E.M., Nancy Griffith, B52′s) in Athens, Georgia. The album She’s Gonna Fly was released in July 2013.
Meet Meaghan Moore Hartman, a young lady who has made her devotion to God her life's work. Imagine what life would be like if you took every decision to God in prayer. Meaghan illustrates that life for us. After a life changing accident rearranged her family's life when she was a child, faith sustained them. Listen in to learn of the work she does now and how we can support it. Send International began when US GI's returned from WWII and felt moved to serve the very people they had been a war with. Quite the moving story! Listen in.
Connected to Spirit aired on 100.7 WHUD on August 16.
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The Fairbanks House in Dedham, Massachusetts, built c. 1637 is the oldest timber-frame house in America. It is unique for being owned and lived-in by 8 generations of the Fairbanks family. No other family ever lived in this house. But this house is not just the best preserved 17th century home, it also demonstrates the changes that have occurred in New England and American history over 372 years.
On Thursday, September 13, 2012 Marian Pierre-Louis will speak with Fairbanks House curator, Meaghan Siekham. Meaghan will explore many topics that bring the history of the Fairbanks House alive including the mysteries of the house, Puritan Superstitions, the lives of women at the house and much more.
Tune in live to be eligible to win one of two copies of the book The Fairbanks House by Abbott Lowell Cummings generously donated by the New England Historic Genealogical Society. We'll also be giving out two pairs of tickets to tour the Fairbanks House.
LIVE: THURSDAY, 13 September 2012 at 1:00pm EST
It's Smith week on Canadian Musician Radio as we welcome two accomplished yet stylistically contrasting artists to the show. What's more, we also have a candid conversation with music publicist and Canadian industry icon Richard Flohil, plus some goodies from East Coast Music Week 2014 and more.
The founder of Richard Flohil & Associates has been an instrumental component to the careers of a plethora of successful artists, from k.d. lang and Colin James to Serena Ryder and Justin Rutledge and well beyond. He's received numerous awards and honours from the likes of SOCAN, the CASBYs, and was just named the recipient of the 2014 President's Choice Award from Folk Music Ontario. Join us as we take a look back at Richard's decades in the business.
Then, we'll catch up with Dallas Smith who, after 10 years fronting Canadian rock outfit Default, has released a solo country EP called "Tippin Point." We'll talk about the transition from one genre to the other and get some insight into his creative process, among other things.
We're also very pleased to have Maritimer Meaghan Smith on the program. After a JUNO win for her major label debut, The Cricket's Orchestra, Smith took a few years off to prepare her next release, Have A Heart, set to drop April 22nd. The single of the same name is out now and doing very well at radio. We'll get the scoop from Meaghan on her sonic shift, upcoming affairs, and a whole lot more.
We'll also have some news and updates from ECMW, plus a handful of interviews for later in April, so keep an eye on the page!
Join us on Thursday, July 29th, for an all new Chris Black Radio Show. The Chris Black Radio Show is a radio music show where we play all types of music, interviews, music law, fashion, entertainment headlines, and comedy. Don't miss this week! We'll have our most popular segments that include, World Music, Music Law with Les Cross, Ride or Die, where we play music from undiscovered independent artists and you call in and let us know if the song should "Ride or Die" and we will also be talking with, Gospel music commentator, Bishop B. Wright. This week's Spotlight Artist is Meaghan Williams! So join your host, Chris Black, along with Co-Host, Comedian, D.C. for another unforgettable show!
Giuseppe is a pizza chef in Rome, and customers come from far and wide to watch his antics and get a taste of his famous pies. But what will he do when his trusty vendor's cart breaks down? With help from a new friend, he might just find a solution!
INTERVIEW: In Being Human, leading normal lives is a lot harder than it looks for three paranormal roommates – vampire Aidan (Sam Witwer), ghost Sally (Meaghan Rath) and werewolf Josh (Sam Huntington) – who share their secrets and a Boston brownstone. Together they try their best to be human while navigating the complexities of living double lives. Mark Pellegrino (Lost) co-stars as Bishop, Aidan’s charismatic but menacing vampire mentor.
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Join LOP Columns Hall of Famer and your party host, Steve, (@YourAyatollah), for LoP Radio's official LIVE and UNCENSORED Monday Night Raw post-show and more! Steve and this week's special guest, our returning friend, Meaghan, (@johnandtrishfan) will provide their views on the events of Raw shortly after the show goes off the air.
Who came out victorious in the steel cage rubber match between Chris Jericho and Bray Wyatt, and did they finally hit upon the formula to deliver the match we've been anticipating for the last two months? Was Roman Reigns able to overcome both The Authority and The Viper in his SummerSlam rematch against Randy Orton? Who did John Cena squash this week in an effort to make him look like he isn't going to be murderkilled against Brock at Night of Champions? Most importantly, was Jerry Springer able to heal the wounds of the feuding Bella Twins?
All of that and more will be discussed as we break down what looks, on paper, to be a pretty stacked episode of Monday Night Raw. You don't want to miss this one as you never know just what, exactly, will be said.
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This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
Recently, Australian fashion model Meaghan Kausman slammed a swimsuit company for making her appear thinner than she actually was. She's not the only model lashing out at an industry that continues to photoshop images to create the illusion that only thin women are pretty. We'll talk about why the fashion industry won't live in the real world. Plus, with time permitting, we'll review the latest episodes of Sailor Moon Crystal and Doctor Who, and talk about other interesting topics.
Ikari Chaos-San is the founder and creator. Shirley is truly the Oddball Extreme. Janet is our resident Arizona Magician. Tim is the Tokusatsu Master. Heather is Queen Kitty Serenity. MikeBoyens is our video game wizard. We'll also have guest appearances by our friends from the MAD HOUSE, so come and listen in!
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Tyler is a young bass who lives in Lake Erie and loves playing and exploring with his friends. One day, a game of Fish Tag takes him and his friend Jimmy into some unfamiliar waters. They’re a long way from home, and even worse, the water is brown! When Tyler and Jimmy find out what’s wrong with the water, they must work as a team with all their friends in order to save it…before the lake is poisoned!