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Jiggley Jones won the hearts of ArtSees Diner Radio a spell back and now he is back with his new single, "Walk On Me." When asking Jiggley "how do you classify your genre of music?" Do not be surprised to get an answer such as; "I sing Jiggley-esque!" Some people you just cannot box in, and categorize. Jiggley is exactly that type of singer/songwriter.
However you want to look at this picture, whether it’s Americana, Wide Open Country, or acoustic whatever, this artist represents life, hope, and human nature as only a seasoned person can see it. His Top 5 Roots Music Report debut EP, (#3, Americana/Roots Country, #3 True Country) No Spring Chicken included the singles “Baby Blue” and “Ain’t That Alright,” and the accompanying videos, which received more than 300,000 combined Youtube views. Now, Jones is returning with his first album on Lamon Records Nashville. A Mountain, A Struggle, A Tunnel, A Light was produced by Grammy nominee, Dave Moody. First single and video, “Walk On Me” were released in April 2014.
Jiggley Jones is brought to you by Mike Stover, MTS Management.
The Ladies of the Diner, Mary E. and Diane B., are slipping into their summer time slot at 9am. They will be celebrating chocolate! Musical guests: Thirty Steps to Forward Thirty Steps to Forward is composed of Seth and Gretchen Powers, a brother and sister folk duo residing amid the tall trees of Michigan. Their feet are constantly tapping to the beating of birds' wings and the sounds of their father's music. Through their strings and voices, the kindred duo strive to sing and play songs of the delicate heart. If you incline your ear you might hear the hand of a girl and boy plucking out the vein of modern music and replacing it with that dusty old heart.
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Mary will even be whipping up a delightful chocolate recipe live and on the air!
Mary E. LaLuna, is the creator/producer of ArtSees Productions, as well as a member of the acoustic group, Champagne and LaLuna, writer, blogger, and more.
Diane Blanchette is an artist, homemaker and make-up artist for local theater in Kankakee County.
Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys will broadcast “live” from the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston as Marv Productions spreads its own brand of excitement and mayhem across the Northeast with incredible entertainment at the Northeast Motorcycle Expo. All your favorite dealers, vendors, motorcycles and merchandise can be found under one roof and the boys will be there right in the middle of the action! Check out Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website
Actress and former Ford model Kristine DeBell ("Meatballs," "The Big Brawl" and "The Young and the Restless") talks with Garrison. Follow Kristine on Facebook and Twitter.
Also on the show: Shelina Moreda (AMA Pro SuperSport and AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series motorcycle racer and first female motorcycle racer to compete the historic HOG Racing circuit at Indianapolis Motor speedway). Check out Shelina's website.
Scott Bramer of The Miss Wakefield Diner.
Listen to your favorite Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys podcasts and follow Garrison on Twitter.
Garrison and Ralph talk with Nicole Winters about her new book, TT: Full Throttle, the first book for teens about the Isle of Man TT motorcycle road races. "A great book about a great event," Charles WIlliams (England), 52The City State Diner in Portland, Oregon.-time qualifying TT rider, 20-TT podium standings, 9-time TT winner. Diner of the Week: the City State Diner in Portland, OR. Check out Those DIner and Motorcycle Guys website
ArtSees Diner Co-Hosts Paul Smith and Steve Champagne are ready to go head to head as they tackle, (oops wrong sport) as they spot kick a discussion about the World Cup frenzy! With a punt and a bicycle kick they are sure to score a winning goal with a madcap meandering through a soccer field of soliloquies.
Paul Smith and Steve Champagne have been long time friends. Paul comes to us from Bay View Wisconsin. Steve currently resides in Michigan City Indiana. Both grew up in Menomonee Falls Wisconsin.
Nothing else to do as you count down to the NEW? Then join Steve Champagne and Mary E. as they reflect on the past year and share memories of their favorite interviews, share some music of the ArtSees Diner Blue Plate Specials and perform some of their favorites as they kiss 2013 goodbye.
Peter Nye joins Mary E., for this lively discussion about the roots of Bluegrass music, and Peter's role in preserving live music as a cultural norm.
Peter Nye is a singer song writer and founder of The Chicago Bluegrass Band. A multi-instrumentalist playing guitar, banjo and bass, Pete has toured Scandinavia, the EU and the US. His musical style is varied and includes: Celtic, C&W, Jazz, Blues and Rock. He is described as simply a bold man on stage, a fantabulous flat picker and lead singer with a gritty music sensibility honed by years of playing country music roadhouses.As a veteran performer with over thirty years on the Midwest music scene, Pete delivers a powerful vocal performance complimented by sizzling flat-picked leads and rock-solid rhythm work. Peter began cultivating his musical skills at the age of 13 playing the local Honky-tonks around Chicago.
Folks ask; "Where do you play?"...well, they've played a variety of venues, from a Sauna Festival in Finland to the Indiana State Penitentiary, and most everything in between.
- 2005 INDIANA STATE CHAMPION BLUEGRASS BAND
CBB, indi release "STEELRAILS IN THE TENNESSEE NIGHT" - 1999
CBB, Indi release"THE LAST GOODBYE" - 2005
Chicago Magazine described Peter Nye & The Chicago Bluegrass Band simply: “Hot as Hell!!”
Todd Kessler, Season 3 "The Voice" contestant joins Mary E.. Kessler is the front man for The New Folk, a band out of Chicago. They are getting ready to appear on the Bud Light stage at the annual "The Taste of Chicago" July 13th.
The New Folk celebrated the release of their debut album, Sea Fever, with an August 2012 “Practice Space Presents” residency at Schuba's Tavern, but the story behind The New Folk began in 2005 as singer/songwriter Todd Kessler went in to the studio to record his debut album. That album, entitled We Are The MusicMakers, was released in 2006 and with the backing of his original band helped Kessler to make his name in the local Chicago music scene. In 2007 and 2008, in the midst of touring the Midwest, Kessler teamed up with Producer Greg Magers to record his next two albums, the Veronika EP and Boomerang, only garnering him more praise and recognition on the road and at home. It was while recording Veronika that The New Folk began to take root with the addition of Bob Parlier on drums, Sam Smiley on guitar and Graham Burris on bass. The quartet began playing out in 2008 in support of Boomerang, still under the name of Todd Kessler, but it was during the next two years and the addition of a string section (Elana Hiller and Chris Bauler), a horn section (David Ben-Porat and Ben Bell Bern) and a second vocalist (Molly Parlier) that the band began to make waves with their signature alternative folk/pop sound. 2009’s double-single release “Golden Bird,” along with headlining shows at Schuba's, Lincoln Hall, Double Door and Millennium Park, solidified the band’s place as a respected group in Chicago, and in 2010, the band began playing shows under the name Todd Kessler and the New Folk.
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Host Mary E., brings together folk musicians, Thirty Steps To Forward and Paul Smith to discuss Thirty Step's... new album, "Hinterland."
Thirty Steps to Forward is composed of brother sister folk duo, Seth and Gretchen Powers, South Haven MI. Through their strings and voices, the kindred duo strive to sing and play songs of the delicate heart. They are promoting their album, "Hinterland."
Paul Smith is an old-fashioned folkie/aspiring fingerstyle blues player focused in the Bay View, Wisconsin area. Paul is shooting for something roughly at theintersection of Arlo Guthrie, Jorma Kaukonen and Jerry Garcia, though with more vocal harmony. He has been banging away on the guitar since his enthusiastic Beatles days in the 1970s, but got quite a bit more serious around 2009. Since then he has studied with Jorma at the Fur Peace Ranch, and studies with Pat Donohue and Mike Dowling.
Mary E., is the creator/producer of ArtSees Productions, ArtSeesDiner.com, author of Flower and Stone, An Essay on Life, and a member of the acoustic duo, Champagne and LaLuna
Mary E. welcomes Todd Kessler and Peter Nye. Both are world-class musicians taking the Chicagoland area by storm! Todd Kessler will be sharing "Halleluja" and talking about his performance with The New Folk at the "Taste of Chicago" july 12th. Nye will be performing at Water's Edge overlooking beautiful Lake Michigan tonight, July 11th.
Todd Kessler of The New Folk celebrated the release of their debut album, Sea Fever, with an August 2012 “Practice Space Presents” residency at Schuba's Tavern, but the story behind The New Folk began in 2005 as singer/songwriter Todd Kessler went in to the studio to record his debut album. That album, entitled We Are The MusicMakers, was released in 2006 and with the backing of his original band helped Kessler to make his name in the local Chicago music scene.
Peter Nye is a singer song writer and founder of The Chicago Bluegrass Band. A multi-instrumentalist playing guitar, banjo and bass, Pete has toured Scandinavia, the EU and the US. His musical style is varied and includes: Celtic, C&W, Jazz, Blues and Rock.He is described as simply a bold man on stage, a fantabulous flat picker and lead singer with a gritty music sensibility honed by years of playing country music roadhouses. As a veteran performer with over thirty years on the Midwest music scene, Pete delivers a powerful vocal performance complimented by sizzling flat-picked leads and rock-solid rhythm work. Peter began cultivating his musical skills at the age of 13 playing the local Honky-tonks around Chicago.
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