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  • Carson's Corner: UFC Fighter Mitch Clarke.

    in Politics Progressive

    On this MMA edition of Carson's Corner, we welcome UFC Lightweight fighter Mitch Clarke back to the show. It's been 6 years since Mitch has appeared on the show; and Bob wants to reflect with the 29 year-old Canadian fighter about his career thus far in the UFC. Coming off a tough loss to Michael Chiesa, Clarke is hungrier than ever for advancement in the organization. Find out what's next for Clarke. Find out Mitch's opinion is on the controversial UFC/Reebok sponsorship deal and more on Carson's Corner. 

    In the second hour, we will reach out to Dan Quinn himself about his up-coming fight against Mike Gonzalez at Gladiator Challenge on October 10th. 

  • 01:08

    Talking in Circles: Richmond Review - Chase Preview

    in Sports

    On tonight's episode we break down Richmond and the dominant performance of Matt Kenseth in the Federated Auto Parts 400. We'll talk about that performance and whether or not the racing needs to be improved. 

    We'll also talk about restarts and the comments from Steve O'Donnell about them. We're going to tell you why he's wrong, and why NASCAR has opened up a door for their drivers to retaliate. 

    We'll talk about the Chase Grid, and give you our chase grids. We'll go through each round, and tell you why each of these drivers will make it through those rounds, finally down to the final 4, and then to the champion at Homestead-Miami Speedway. 

    Also, Aaron's announced they are not sponsorsing a car for the 2016 season. The guys will discuss why this has become just business as usual for NASCAR 2015. 

    Also, Jimmie Johnson, Lowe's and crew chief, Chad Knaus have all resigned with Hendrick Motorsports. We'll talk about the contract and the length of those deals. 

    An interesting article was posted about one thing you would change in NASCAR if you could. We'll give our ideas, and you callers can chime in with yours. 

    Also the possibility of a dirt race coming to Charlotte, and now LaGuna Seca may not get a date after all. 

    Plus your phone calls at 917-889-8280

  • 00:45

    Mitch & Mitch1

    in Music

    We talking that shit bwoi

  • Everything with Kathy B, Host Steve Manderson, Peter Richmond, Frank Russo

    in Entertainment

    Source Nation! Join us tonight for Sports Tuesday with Host Steve Manderson as he welcomes 2 amazing guests into the studio.

    6:15- Peter Richmond is an author and writer whose stories have been anthologized in more than a dozen (at least 13) books, including “Best American Sportswriting of the Twentieth Century”.  (And, yes, he had the title essay in Riverhead Press’ “I Married My Mother-in-Law.”) He is the co-host, with author David Kamp, of a public radio show about his tragic attachment to the New York Giants called “Tangled Up in Blue,” which airs weekly on NPR’s smallest affiliate, WHDD-FM.

    He has published six books — one a New York Times bestseller — and his most recent, “Badasses,” a history of the Oakland Raiders of the Seventies, has recently been released in paperback. 

    7:15 Frank Russo is a nationally known baseball researcher and baseball necrologist who has been researchingdeceased major leaguers for more than 45 years. He is owner/webmaster of thedeadballera.com, the first website dedicated to deceased major league players and personalities. A rabid New York Yankees fan, he is also a fan of the New York Football Giants and the New York Islanders. A member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), he is also a former radio announcer and former blogger for Mike Silva’s nybaseballdigest.com, where he covered the Yankees for seven years.Russo’s friends in the media include Mike Vaccaro and Kevin Kernan of the New York Post and Bill Madden, formerly of the New York Daily News and member of the writers wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

    Call in and be a part of the conversation at, 619-924-0933. You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.

  • 00:58

    Mitch & Mitch - Drunk Take

    in Entertainment

    We talking that real ishhhh.... sports hip hop social...we doing it all

  • 00:46

    Soulful Softball Sunday Participants talk fun,life and Richmond,CA

    in News

    Many think it's just a softball game and black folks eating food,NAW it's more than any human can imagine when a Mother apologizes to the Mother who son was killed by her son.THAT'S HEALING AND IT'S TAKING PLACE EVERY WEEKEND AT SOULFUL SOFTBALL SUNDAY.... A new weekly softball game in Nichol Park is shaking up neighborhood boundaries with a radical idea: everyone -- from every part of Richmond -- is invited to play and hang out in the same place without fear of cross-town violence.
    “My inbox is flooded with messages from guys in different parts of town,” explains Rodney Alamo Brown, co-organizer of the Soulful Softball Sundays event.
    “They say to me, ‘Rodney, I really want to come, but guys from the other side of town are trippin’ and I don’t want to be a sitting duck and get ambushed’,” Brown says.
    Soulful Softball Sundays was started by Brown and Antoine Cloird of Men and Women of Purpose to resolve exactly this sort of conflict. What appears at first to be a family-friendly softball game in a park is actually more of a one-stop-shop for community healing.
    “How do we lead the horse to the water? That’s what we had to figure out,” Brown explains. “How do you get people to the mental health services they need? How do you peel back the layers of fear people have about leaving their own neighborhood? We said, ‘Let’s take people back to when they were eight-years-old and they had no worries in the world.’ These games are like a reunion of sorts.”
    When Brown and Cloird grew up in Richmond, Nichol Park was the spot to play baseball in the city. The two are trying to recreate the innocent playground of their youth, and they invite all of Richmond to join in.
    “We’re not handing out pamphlets, we’re just talking with people,” Cloird explains. The most important part about Soulful Softball Su

  • 02:01

    Common Sense is Southern Sense?? Comedian Brad Stine & Activist Mitch Gerber

    in Politics Conservative

    Dedication: Air Force Capt. Matthew D. Roland and Capt. Forrest B. Sibley, died August 26, 2015 Serving During Operation Freedom’s Sentinel near Camp Antonik, Afghanistan, when their vehicle was attacked.

    Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and  Curtis "CS" Bennett, co-host.  Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!

    Visit our website at http://www.Southern-Sense.com, become a member and follow us here and on Facebook.


    Brad Stine is the most media covered Christian comedian in the country. He had an 8-page profile written about him and his comedy in the New Yorker magazine where he was referred to as “God’s Comic.”  www.BradStine.com

    Mitch Gerber, Activist, Forced Organ Harvesting in China of the spiritual Movement of the Falun Gong





    in Christianity

    We are not a church....we are part of the body of Christ!

    Mitch Anderson was called at a young age to preach the gospel and his wife Amanda Anderson is a passionate worship leader.

    Together they work hard at reaching the lost!


  • No topic is off limits, but we major in sports and entertainment.

    in Comedy

    The show returns with renewed vigor.  Our goal is simple - to produce a show that we would of listened to in the so called 'Guy-Talk' radio era.  Will Kanye be Trump's running mate? What has happened while we were on our break?!

    We will get caught up on sports and entertainment.  The fantasy football smack talk will be on as well. 

    Follow us on Facebook, iTunes, and online at www.enterthesession.com


    @mitchrogers18 , @rexkelly (Rob Ragan),  @40lash (Noodle)

  • 03:00

    Michael Packer, Mitch Mann, Big Jim Adam, Mississippi Fever, Sadie Johnson

    in Music

    SHOW # 282 – Live Uncut & Uncensored Conversations with “Musicians You Should Know”

    Couch Kid News with Michael Packer and his new single "Yo Staten Island", his Blues-Hop response to the death of Eric Garner.

    Mitch Mann moved to Muscle Shoals in 1993 and has become part of the culture of that great musical city.  His new album, Blackwater Creek contains seven originals and four covers. Some incredible musicians including Donna Jean Godchaux, Scott Boyer and Jimmy Hall join him.

    Big Jim Adam has appeared at the IBC Twice, one representing the Colorado Blues Society and most recently representing his new home, the Blues Society Of The Treasure Coast. He was awarded top honors at the 2012 Telluride Acoustic Blues Competition.  His music is Gospel infused Blues and he can spin a tale brilliantly. His latest albums are the Blues-Roots Cajun Moon and the Blues-Gospel Needed Time.

    The band Mississippi Fever hails from St. Louis and is made up of singer/guitarist Brent Barker, bassist Ted May and drummer Tom May. Their sophomore album, 300 Miles to Memphis contains 8 originals and two covers and includes some harp from Brandon Santini and keyboards from Rick Steff.

    Couch Kid New Music brings back Sadie Johnson, a name you might know from Sad Sam Blues Jam, the band she and her sister formed and brought to the IBCs for the Youth Showcases a few years in a row.  Sadie was signed to the Girls With Guitars Tour in Europe by Ruff Records and just released the newest GWG album with Eliana Cargnelutti and Heather Crosse.

  • 02:05

    WTR: Jeff Richmond, Wes Doss and the Guys from Sons Of Liberty Gun Works

    in Military

    Warrior Talk Radio with Jenn Griff & Lance Taylor are excited to welcome Jeff Richmond, Wes Doss, and Mike Mihalski and the gang from Sons of Liberty Gun Works! 

    Jeff Richmond served in the US Navy from 2000-2004.  He was stationed in yokosuka Japan onboard the USS kitty Hawk. Jeff deployed once to Afghanistan and once to Iraq.  Upon returning home, he has tried to figure out what to do with his life, so he started Heavy Metal Pipes.

    Wes Doss, PhD!  Wes is an internationally recognized firearms, tactics, and use of force instructor with over 20 years of military & civilian criminal justice experience, as well as significant operational time with both military & law enforcement tactical operations & protective service organizations. Wes holds specialized instructor certifications from the U.S. Army, the U.S. Marine Corps, Arizona POST, the Smith & Wesson Academy, the Sigarms Academy, the NRA LEAD, FEMA and the Department of State.

    Then the Gang from Sons of Liberty Gun Works will be joining us to talk about hiring veterans and building badass weapons!  

    Don't miss this great episode!  Call in number is 646-595-3504

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