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We'll be getting with Rob Beach of Beach's Motorcycle Adventures to discuss what Electric KoolAid feels is a unique mindset for a motorcyle tour operator in Europe. And of course Bird and the Poet regale listeners with unexpected bits and bobs.
On this episode of The Charleston Comedy Podcast we have national touring comedian Donna Carter. She will be at the Comedy Zone this Friday and Saturday.
After rigorous comedy classes and seemingly endless nights and weeks and months of unpaid open mic performances, Donna landed her first paid gig in August, 1998, and from that point on, it’s been on!
In March of 2002, Donna made the leap of faith (or insanity, depending on your point of view), and went full-time as a comic. Since then she has been entertaining virtually every week at clubs all over the country, and in September 2002, was given an opportunity to have her standup filmed for a documentary to be released within a few months.
Most folk would be afraid to start something as bold as comedy at the age of 40, let alone begin a new career at 44. Most (especially Donna’s mother) think she’s crazy.
Ms. Carters career is on the rise! Her new Live CD entitled, “Fat Girls Don’t Wrinkle” is on sale now at her live performances and in the Yardsale tab on her website. Listen for selected CD tracks on Sirius XM Satellite Radio.
In 2012, Donna’s tapes her first comedy feature for Comcast starring in XFINITY’s On Demand Stand-Up Comedy Series, Who’s Laughing Now! The show, Wednesday April 18, will benefit the USO of Indiana and will be taped in Indianapolis at the Indiana War Memorial. Look for the DVD out in August of 2012. This taping also has Date Donna Contest angle! Go to the “Date Donna” tab and get started!
Bird is back with us and he will be joined by Mike Williams. Mike will be sharing with us some of his experiences from his recent trip south of the border. His mount for that trip was a well worn KLR650 that for good or bad, didn't make it back across the border. Maybe Mike will get into the finer points of bracket drag racing and shadetree builds of big bore CB550's while we have him with us.
Chef Brian Duffy is most recognized for his starring role on the hit television series Bar Rescue. On the series viewers watch Chef Duffy completely transform failing bars and restaurants into successful neighborhood eateries. Brian has appeared Food Network, and is currently a recurring judge on Beat Bobby Flay; he is also a constant guest on The Today Show for their St. Patrick’s specials and has been featured on the DIY Network, Fine Living Network, and HGTV. Chef Duffy was among the first chefs in America to elevate modest pub food to epicurean status, and today, he works as a consultant helping restaurants stand out and be profitable in a saturated market. Chef Duffy travels countrywide, giving culinary facelifts to restaurants. Follow Chef Brian Duffy on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and check out his website.
We'll also talk with Christine Firehock, Master Motorcycle Trainer and CEO of KickStart Motorcycle Training Series about baby vroomer bikers and how older riders can be extra safe.
Diner of the Week: Plain Jane's Diner in Rumney, NH. We'll talk with woner Jeff Day.
Tonight we will bring you another episode of The Charleston Comedy Podcast presented by Comedy Zone Charleston! Our guest tonight is national touring comedian Monte Allen. Monte’s rapid-fire comedy is based on an outstanding ability to take everyday dull life and turn it into gut busting laughter. But hold on tight to this ride because his southern point of view and creative imagination will allow you to see life in a skewed and twisted perspective. You can also catch Monte’s new hit song “Better Places” all over the radio from coast to coast. “Better Places,” or should I say “I’ve Been Kicked Out of Better Places,” is a laugh out loud original comedy song that combines true mishaps in this crazy comedians life with a southern twang. This wild man’s show is just good original comedy that will leave you wondering if he is really that screwed up. Tune in tonight live at 10 pm! Call into the show at 347-308-8648. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/charlestoncomedypodcast...and follow the show on our blog talk page!
We will have two national touring comedians on this episode of The Charleston Comedy Podcast presented by Comedy Zone Charleston! Julie's regularly heard on XM/Sirius Blue Collar Radio, as well as many syndicated stations including the John Boy & Billy Show, and the Bob & Sheri Show, (Charlotte, NC), & the Bob & Tom Show (Indianapolis, IN). Blayr Nias-"If you can't be a good example, then you'll have to be a horrible warning." She hits the stage with ferocity and high octane humor sharing tales of her misadventures as a post-modern, wisecracking, bad girl next door.She has opened for Natasha Leggero, Ralphie May, Chris Kattan, Jon Reep, and DL Hughley. Call the show at 347-308-8648 and email the show at Charlestoncomedy@gmail.com! We go live at 10pm!
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
A series this month, We will be studying About the Creation of the World,Dominion given to man.. And why Jesus had to come to Earth, As a baby borned to a virgin girl to live his life to love... And To Restore what was lost in the fall of man.. This Mth. is the mth we celebrate Jesus's Birthday...Be sure to be here for this series of messages..
send all prayer request and praise reports..We love hearing from you
We love you...Ree
The process of choosing a nursing home can be one of the most important and stressful decisions you will make as a caregiver. On this edition of The Fischer Report we will give east tips on how to find and tour a nursing home. These tips will make it easier for you to gather the right information and make an educated choice about who will provide the day to day care for your family member of friend.
For more information on this topic review the following companion articles on tonyfischer.hubpages.com
In this episode of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone we go inside SOZO Motorsports. Mark Adams, co-founder and CEO of SOZO Global Inc, joins us to discuss this 100% natural and nutricious beverage and the business opportunity it presents. This product has truly enhanced my motorcycle touring experience by focusing the mind and the body. For most motorcyclists, myself included, there are times in a riding day that your energy and focus slips. I consider this a very dangerous time in a touring day. SOZO Ignite takes care of that problem. Mark will be on to tell us the how and the why of this amazing product. We will also delve into the idea that you can earn tremendous income by being a SOZO distributor and enhance your financial life. Mark will tell us how it all works.
Chris Banker, Manager of Communications for New Jersey Motorsports Park, will join us to discuss the season ending AMA Pro Road Race at NJMP. The Kawasaki Devils Showdown will be the venue where champions will be crowned. This track has produced epic battles and there are many fan friendly attractions in addition to the on-track activities. Chris will inform us of what they have planned for the season ending championship event for racers and fans alike. In addition to being the season championship race it is also the final American Superbike race under the AMA Pro banner. The two entities have enjoyed a long standing relationship and we will discuss the past and the future as well.
Last week on Talking Motorcycles we discussed the 2014 Motorcycle Cannonball just one day prior to it kicking off at the Daytona Beach Resort. 97 riders on their pre1937 vintage machines began their 4,000 mile journeys to Tacoma, Washington last Friday morning. Buzz Kanter of American Iron Magazine will be calling in to provide an update on their efforts in this years event. Our guests on that show were Buzz Kanter, Norm Nelson and Patrick Simmons of The Doobie Brothers. Buzz will update us!
Buzz Kanter, Editor-In-Chief and Publisher of American Iron Magazine magazine, talks with Garrison about his involvement in the recent Motorcycle Cannonball event and riding almost 4,000 miles on pre-1937 motorcycles. Buzz was inducted into the American Motorcyclist Association Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Sturgis Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2011. Check out the American Iron and and Motorcycle Bagger websites and follow Buzz on Twitter and Facebook.
Slip into a booth. Get comfy. Turn around and check out the regulars. Guys by the names of ELvis, Jack and Frankie. And, glas like Audrey, Grace and Ella. Yes, it's always the '50s at the Trolley Car Diner in their magical little part of the world. But, you don't have to be an old-timer to enjoy their delicious milkshakes and succulent burgers. Just bring a sense of fun and your friends. They'll do the rest! Check out the Trolley Car Diner website!
Be sure to check out Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website and follow Garrison on Twitter.
CONTINUING THE DOMINION OF MAN, AND WHY JESUS HAD TO COME TO EARTH, TO TEACH,PREACH AND TAKE BACK EVERYTHING THAT WAS TAKEN FROM MAN.
BE SURE TO COME AND BE A PART, JESUS LOVES YOU,WE LOVE YOU.
send us your prayer requests and praise reports....We love hearing from you. I love you...Ree
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