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We talked to the Whiskey Tango dudes at APE back in October and we thought a full interview was in order. We wanted to hear more about these crazy tales of historical Appalachian craziness in comic form. So that's what we're gonna do! Here's a bit more from their website ...
"Our goal at Whiskey Tango Comics is to bring to light styles of storytelling that have laid dormant in American consciousness for much too long. Stories that are soaked in as much blood and bullets as any Wild West tale. These stories, however, do not take place in the openness of the plains and the midwestern deserts. The stories you will find in Whiskey Tango are born in the isolation and struggle of life deep in the valleys of forgotten mountains regions of the U.S..
These are turbulent tales of morality. Stories forged in the fires of the Civil War and the ultimate dismantling of the slave owning south. Stories that runs deep with American Indian mysticism and hillbilly folklore magic as well as the hardships of modern day impoverished realities. These are the stories of the Appalachian Hillbilly, weaved with gothic fantasy and hard boiled noir, that we are here to tell. This is Whiskey Tango."
In addition, we'll cover hillbillies in pop culture! Possibly stuff like "Hey Vern! Remember me?" ;)
Tonight at 11:30 eastern, 10:30 central time The Pop Culture Happy Hour welcomes a true connoisseur of all things pop culture: Josh Parker! Be sure to tune in live and feel free to call in at 602-753-1675 to discuss whatever YOU like!
H5, Stacie Face, and Nickold Blooded are at it again excercising there expertise as Pop Culture Explicit Spin Doctors! Join us tonight as we spin all the hot topics in the world of celebrity gossip, movies, music and more! We have a special guest coming through tonight at 9:45 PM EST Hip Hop artist Mega Ran aka Random will be talking to us about his latest project Soul Veggies and his involvement in the music side of the video game industry!
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Hr1 Fake shooting in Baltimore.
Provoking Muslims to fire against the 1st Amendment & free speech with cartoons of Muhammad.
Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency, joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else.
Should women be exempt from the physical requirements of public safety job, like firefighters?
If they find Baltimore mom guilty of child abuse, they'll have to investigate a whole community who's culture mothers this way.
Khloe Kardashian posts a request for people to pray for Baltimore, and gets blasted for everything from white privilege to racism. As if rich people can't have empathy.
Hr2 Baltimore vs. Ferguson. They're COMPLETELY different.
Only 2 other school districts in U.S. spend more per child than Baltimore. They have a 40% attendance rate and 20 year old books. Who's responsible for uneducated kids?
Baltimore Whole Foods criticized for feeding National Guard instead of kids out of school. Entitlement mentality living large!
NM middle school says rosaries are inappropriate attire & are gang related.
Atheists say Christian man should participate in a critical thinking debate. What are they afraid of? ... Truth!
Hr3 Columnist suggests we abolish the Constitution and replace with a parliamentary system and says the Senate is anti-democratic.
Hey Obama, if we're doing so well, why are so many retailers shutting down so many stores?
Kevin Jackson at The Blacksphere say Democrats LOOK for racism in everything are incapable of just taking things at face value.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
Welcome to tonight's episode of HOLLYWOOD CORNER, as we talk about even more pop-culture updates, going on with 2015, after many pauses and the craziness that was the past two months. We also go into Madonna and her latest album release called REBEL HEART, talking a tad bit about her latest fall at an award show which could have been fatal, but luckily wasn't, even more goals, conventions, and my transition from horror into MUSIC.
I will get to that & more.
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Amy Beth & co take on the cultural sideshow with commentary on top news stories. We talk Oscar nominations. Snubs? Shochers? Weigh in. And there’s a belated 70th birthday send-up to Rock icon Rod Stewart, Inspiration to Action Challenge shout-outs, music, humor & more.
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WE are going to be talking about all that is pop culture over the last few weeks from Khloe vs amber, Kim k, Kanye, Amber rose, Iggy azalea and everything the world was pop focused on.
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On today's show we are going to bring up some upcoming/current movies for you guys to check out, consider purchasing & give your time and devotion to, or not; up to you. But, we will still be giving you OUR lists + updating/discussing the latest pop-culture news since so much seems to be constantly happening.
We also go into life tragedies, & how to 'keep going' & get inspired, despite the setbacks one may face. Many, many things to discuss tonight and I will definitely look forward to talking to you about it all.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Pop Singer MERCY to the Show!
Mercy is the moniker Anna Abbott, a young singer/songwriter known crafting pop music with a darker beautiful edge. With a deep passion for music and the arts inherited from her father, Abbott has been writing and performing music since she was six years old. At the age of twelve, she began studying opera and trained in it for several years, including a program at NYU. With a love for both opera and pop music, Abbott chose to pursue her interest in darker pop music. She cites heavy influences from artists such as Lana Del Rey, Banks, Lady Gaga and Bon Iver. With a relentless work ethic, Abott’s music addresses big questions and central themes such as love, life and loss. Performing as Mercy, Abbott has performed several times at venues like Attic State Social House and The House of Blues.
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