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The Chad Report brings you the latest in news, sports and entertainment, mixed with a wide variety of music! On this episode, Chad and Jeff report and discuss topics including the latest news from the volatile city of Ferguson, Missouri surrounding the controversial shooting death of Michael Brown, Texas Governor Rick Perry turns himself in and is booked in Travis County, Texas following a grand jury indictment, Brian Hoyer is named as the starting QB for the Cleveland Browns, the Dallas Cowboys are ranked as the most valuable NFL team in the latest Forbes rankings, Billy Crystal is set to pay tribute to Robin Williams at the upcoming Emmy Awards, John Mellencamp and Meg Ryan end their three year relationship and much, much more!
America's 4th of July Day, or as fellow Hoosier John Mellencamp called it - Justice and Independence - is before us. Let's talk about Holiday gatherings, the sparkles, booms and fireworks, the children laughing, people talking while we sit in a stimulied stare. After a hotdog of course. Or having a beer with folks over the traditional hot weathered holiday. Is it ok? What about lighting the fuses on the works? Cooking a dish for the picnic? Just simply avoiding the day, after all, what is more joyous than being alive AND UNDERSTANDING THAT JOY!
That's a topic. Me? I'm simply at a TBI loss, currently. Too much has 'dumbfounded' my craziness as of late. Call, straighten ME out. Just don;t yell, or tell me what else I'm doing wrong. Enough of that this week. Personnally, I'm in a droll. My father has been deathly ill, and as his "Caregiver" (and he mine) its just tough to take. Be aware, my plate is never full enough, pile it, let's have some fun. But its awful heavy right now, and with this 1/3 of a stomach, I'm full. Yes, I'm always 'full', at least of myself, but there isn't much to spill over this week. Let's try. I don't miss Sunday's; I could use a laugh too....
Welcome To Grilliant Ideas Radio! It's All About Food, Fun and Friends with Some Entertainment and Lots Of Laughs Thrown In!
So what's bugging you? We will find out what's hot and cookin in the cricket world with The Six Foods folks! www.sixfoods.com
Ever eaten bugs? Grilliant did as a kid (does that surprise you?) Well they are actually full of protein and good for you...and ohhhh how they crunch. Let's talk about "Chirps"! The new Cricket Chips from Six Foods! We'll bring the dip!
Brian (aka Czar of Whatever he thinks he is) will be joining Grilliant this week to talk about insects, and food news. These topics are always interesting with these two...Crank up the bus!
Our Musical guest this week is Matthew Huff!
Matthew Huff, an independent artist, making his own way as a fusion genre’d artist with a mix best described as a little bit of Keith Urban, John Mayer, John Mellencamp, and James Taylor all rolled up in to one. A country rooted artist with several musical genre inspirations.
Huff’s honors to date include his debut single “Back Again” in which landed him a Top 40 hit (39) on Music Row Breakout Chart and #20 Power Source Top 75. The follow ups single, As Time Goes By hit #51 Music Row Breakout Chart and #9 on Power Source Top 75.
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My special guest for this show is ESSRA MOHAWK!
Her first record, The Boy With The Way, credited to Jamie Carter, was issued on Liberty Records in 1964. As Sandy Hurvitz, she was then discovered by Shadow Morton, who placed her songs with both the Shangri-Las ("I'll Never Learn") and the Vanilla Fudge ("The Spell That Comes After"). While living in New York City in 1967 she met Frank Zappa, who persuaded her to perform for a short time with The Mothers of Invention and then signed her to his production company Bizarre. Her first album Sandy's Album Is Here At Last was released on Verve/Bizarre in December 1968.
1969 she was signed by Reprise Records after executive Mo Ostin discovered her singing at a club in New York. The resulting album, Primordial Lovers, was later stated as being "one of the best 25 albums ever made" in Rolling Stone magazine. The album featured contributions from CSN&Y drummer Dallas Taylor and former Rhinoceros members Doug Hastings and Jerry Penrod.
Her third, self-titled, album came out on Asylum Records in 1974. The next album, Essra, was released on yet another label, Private Stock, in 1976. During that period, she also worked as a session and background singer, for John Mellencamp, Carole King and later she performed with the Jerry Garcia Band, and recorded and arranged background vocals for Kool & the Gang. In 1982 after recording another album in L.A., she worked with McFadden and Whitehead in Philadelphia, penning "Not With Me" for their Capitol album, Movin' On. She released another solo album, E-Turn, before Cyndi Lauper had a big hit with her song "Change of Heart" in 1986.
Graveyard Radio, WU's biggest hit sensation is coming at ya Live THURSDAY NIGHTS at Midnight EST 11:00PM central. Hosted by King Outlaw, Queen Stephers, and Dr Pain, you never know what they might dig up. Tonight we honor the memory of one taken far too soon from us. Shannon Hoon (September 26, 1967 – October 21, 1995) was an American singer-songwriter and musician. He was the frontman and lead singer of the band Blind Melon until his death from a cocaine overdose in 1995. Blind Melon is mainly known for their hit No Rain, but had several other singles as well... Tones of Home, I Wonder, Dear Ol Dad, Change, and Galaxie. They appeared on a rock compilation for School House Rock, performing Three is a magic Number and were on a Led Zeppelin Tribute Album, performing Out on the Tiles. They performed all around the world opening for Soundgarden, John Mellencamp and Neil Young to name just a couple and even played at Woodstock ‘94. Shannon can also be heard on the Guns N Roses track Don’t Cry and is even in the video. Hoon was buried in under an epitah drawn from the lyyrics of his first song, ‘Change:' "I know we can't all stay here forever, so I want to write my words on the face of today. And they'll paint it." He is buried in Dayton Cemetery in Dayton Indiana Take part in our "How Well Do You Know Your Hosts?" Game. Which hosts picked which song for our show? If you guess correctly you will win 100K. We will also have a few other of your favorite segments. Do you have what it takes to dethrone our GraveYard Radio Champion? Come out and see who has the balls to take on Judgement this week. You never know what we might unearth at the dead man's party, so be sure you tune in to find out
Join us for another edition of the Indie Cafe with Spencer Drate with special cohost Jimmy McElligott!Steve Conte may be best known as the guitarist with New York Dolls, Willy DeVille, Michael Monroe and Company Of Wolves - or perhaps as the singer with Paul Simon, Yoko Kanno, Crown Jewels and The Contes. The bottom line is, Conte is no slouch - as a musician or a rock & roller. Shortly after his band "Steve Conte & The Crazy Truth" released their critically acclaimed debut album Conte went on tour in the USA and Europe, sharing stages with artists like Nashville P*ssy, Urban Voodoo Machine & Flamenco guitar legend Raimundo Amador. Working between records & tours as lead guitarist/backing singer and co-songwriter with the legendary New York Dolls, Conte produced his band's debut, a scorching 11 song rock & roll disc called simply "STEVE CONTE & THE CRAZY TRUTH" which features a guest performance by Dolls front man David Johansen on harmonica.
He is currently working on his first solo project, The Steve Conte NYC Album featuring members of Foo Fighters, The Wildhearts, New York Dolls, Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, Hanoi Rocks, Georgia Satellites, Alice Cooper, Mink DeVille, Hellacopters, The Urban Voodoo Machine, Mott The Hoople, Backyard Babies, The Wallflowers, Company Of Wolves, Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, Ian Hunter, John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen and Patti Smith.
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Rob Gonzalez is an American recording artist, composer, pianist, vocalist and producer currently based in Los Angeles, CA. He is best known for his 2006 album All Is Right With The World, which he self-released to widespread critical acclaim. The 12 song album, co-produced by Grammy winning producer Dave Way, features a stunning array of A list studio musicians, including collaborators/members of the touring ensembles of Paul McCartney, Elton John, Sting, and John Mellencamp. He is also known for taking a personal stand in the music industry against music made "purely for fame and wealth," forming his own company in 2006 (Music Equals Love Inc.), as an attempt to follow his pursuit of making "artful music of substance" while contributing to deserving charity organizations. Gonzalez's organic musical approach has often been compared to artists of the 70s singer-songwriter era such as Jackson Browne and Van Morrison. Gonzalez’s earliest musical influences included The Beatles, Elton John, and Sting. He stops by on Sunday, January 20, at 3pm EST to chat about his latest release and his amazing career.
Special guests for this episode are country singer Justin Foutz and rock band One Tribe Nation.
Justin Foutz is a 27-year-old singer, songwriter, and guitar player born in Indiana. He started at a young age even playing along side John Mellencamp's band at a private party for the Indianapolis Colts owner, Jim Irsay. After having moved to CA in 2002, a neighbor overheard him practicing and quickly introduced him to Rich Modica (production manager, guitar tech for Brian Stezer, The Wallflowers and many others). At 20 years old, Justin had the chance to tour as a lead guitar player for country artist Chris Richards.
One Tribe Nation joins the Queue with their unique mixture or influences of Santana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lenni Kravitz, and Jimi Hendrix. One Tribe Nation captures the multi-cultural background of the Los Angeles community. The Band was formed back in 2004 and members include Michael Sanders (band leader) David "The Young Professor" Cowen, Quetzal Guerrero, David Filice, and Daniel De Los Reyes.
This Friday 8/21 @ 3:15 PM, the Garden Guys Green Revolution Radio Show will be interviewing Jennifer Fahy, Communications Director for Farm Aid alongside some of its Directors (Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp & Dave Matthews) in addition to Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and others on the eve of the 2012 Farm Aid concert. Join us as we discuss Farm Aid and what’s going on in your garden on Garden Guys Green Revolution Radio.
The Garden Guys talk about the latest products, tools, methods and topics, for "green" living along with special guests, great music and lots of laughs. Whether your interests are gardening, birding, beekeeping, backyard poultry, green living, music, museums, wildlife, or just being entertained and informed, the Garden Guys promise to keep you ‘Down to Earth, Up to Date and on the Air.’ http://www.garden-guys.com
Raised on a small farm in rural Saskatchewan during the economic depression of the 1980s, J.J. VOSS grew up identifying closely with the under-dog, and the out-law music movement. His heroes include Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Steve Earle and John Mellencamp, to name a few J.J. returns to In The Country to talk about his music career and latest radio release. Your comments on this episode or any other are always welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org. In The Country has been airing on BTR since March 2009.
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