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He is a songwriter, pianist, vocalist with a range spanning four octaves, and a linguist who speaks five languages. His name is Kenny Wesley. With two acclaimed projects, nine Washington-Area Music Award (Wammie) nominations, multiple collaborations and compilation features, and a slew of high-profile performances under his belt, including a 2nd prize win as the sole U.S. representative for the 2013 Montreux Jazz Festival’s Shure Vocal Competition, Kenny has firmly placed his stamp on the burgeoning modern music movement. His songs, fusing elements of funk, classical, folk and jazz, have been prominently featured on radio, film and TV – including the FOX series So You Think You Can Dance. A welcomed guest to festivals and legendary venues across the globe such as SXSW, The Kennedy Center, Blues Alley, Montreux Jazz Festival, Ronnie Scotts, The Fillmore, The Blue Note, Black Cat, Howard Theatre, Bohemian Caverns, and The Apollo Cafe, he has shared the stage with numerous artists and musicians including Alice Smith, Eric Roberson, Maysa, Vinx, Rachelle Ferrell, Stephanie Mills, Vikter Duplaix, Leela James, Federico Peña, Charnett Moffett, Frédéric Yonnet, Mino Cinélu, Debórah Bond, Kindred and The Family Soul, N’Dambi and Syleena Johnson.
Finally got my new computer up and running the way I want and now we are going to try the live show once again.
We'll be talking about whats been going on around this area music wise and media wise.
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In continuing with the series of the North American Sasquatch Researcher, Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio will be interviewing Kenny Joholske from the state of Maryland.Kenneth Joholske is a native of Collage Park, Md and raised in Montgomery County Maryland. At a young age Kenny became fascinated with Bigfoot after reading Ivan Sanderson book: Abominable Snowman, Legend Comes to Life. After graduating from University of Maryland in 1994 with a degree in Anthropology, he began working in the field of Native American Health Care creating culturally appropriate models of HIV/ AIDS prevention for Urban Native Two -Spirit ( GLBT)populations. In 1996 Kenny joined the staff of the Biomedical Research Clinical Center Library at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland where he provided research data for clinical trials and other health related research on going at the Clinical Center. His academic work in Native American studies deepened his interest in Sasquatch related research. Kenny has researched extensively the relationship of Sasquatch as it relates to the religious and social ritual of tribes in North America.He also has an ongoing interest and research into the possible social organization of the Sasquatch and the cultural attributes that may be displayed. Kenny enjoys music and studied classical piano for over 20 years and loves the study of world music. He is currently studying the Turkish language and culture. Join us for a very educational and interesting show with Kenny Jolhoske.
We're going international this week on Canadian Musician Radio, and who better to have on our first such program than the almighty Slash. With his single "World on Fire" setting rock charts ablaze, the iconic guitarist speaks with Andrew just one day following the release of the album of the same name - his latest solo offering with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators. We'll talk about the record, his trademark guitar sound, and why Canada is so significant to his music career
Also on the show is American folk/rock outfit Trampled by Turtles, who speak with Mike fresh off of the release of Wild Animals, their seventh studio offering. With traditional instrumentation and a fresh ear for contemporary melodies and hooks, the band has been racking up high-profile festival billings and plenty of industry attention in recent years.
Tracy Krauss is a best-selling author, playwright, artist and teacher, a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Inscribe Christian Writers Fellowship,The Word Guild as well as several writing related social networking groups.She teaches High School English, Drama and Art. Apart from her many personal creative pursuits, she also directs an amateur theatre group and leads worship at her local church. Ridge, BC.
Published works include four romantic suspense novels: AND THE BEAT GOES ON, where archaeological evidence for creation comes at a heavy cost; MY MOTHER THE MAN-EATER, the story of a ‘cougar’ who takes on more than she bargained for; PLAY IT AGAIN, about an unlikely match during the 1980s rock n’ roll scene; and WIND OVER MARSHDALE, where strong spiritual forces rock a seemingly peaceful prairie town. She also has several stage plays in print. For more about Tracy visit her website http://www.tracykrauss.com
Our musical guest is said to be mild. awkward. ear-piercing. Some call him a paradox: The soulful nerd with the huge voice. His name is Kenny Wesley. ”My mom said I came out the womb screaming, and I’ve been screaming every since!” he jests. The North Carolina born, D.C.based artist has a voice that can shatter glass, lilt with the tenderness of a soul crooner, sing a Mexican lullaby, or bust out the stank.
Kenny’s currently knee-deep in a game-changing album project with L.A.-based producer and musical kindred Noah Lifschey whose signature cutting-edge sounds are a staple in the TV and music world, ranging from So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Best Dance Crew to the MTV Movie and Music Awards and various record labels. http://www.kennywesley.com/
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This week's show is a bit of a stylistic roller coaster, featuring performer/songwriter John Southworth, Quebec-based hardcore outfit Obey the Brave, and Kingston rock quintet The Glorious Sons.
Southworth is set to drop his latest LP, a double album called Niagara that's divided into a Canadian and American side, at the end of September. We speak about how the album took shape as well as some of his other artistic endavours and how they correlate.
Obey The Brave, comprised of ex members of Blind Witness and Despised Icon, released their second full-length effort Salvation mid-September. We speak with vocalist Alex Erian about the band's progress since their debut, Young Blood, as well as the current state of the hardcore scene.
Finally, the boys of Glorious Sons are fresh off the release of their debut full-length The Union, produced in tandem with John-Angus MacDonald of The Trews and the one and only Gavin Brown (Billy Talent, Three Days Grace). We get the scoop on the band's success thus far and some of their upcoming plans.
Paranormal Talk Radio is excited to introduce our brand new education series called "I am Kenny Biddle" Presented by our guest Kenny Biddle! Not familiar with Kenny? He is known for his popular You-Tube Channel called I am Kenny Biddle. He's an Author and Photography Consultant!
We will open our first "I am Kenny Biddle" talking about "Photography" in the Paranormal!
It's indie pop week for Canadian Musician Radio, and we're reaching from sea to sea for this one. From BC, we've got both Prairie Cat and Shimming Stars, and then from PEI, we've got Coyote. We'll speak with all three about their recent and upcoming releases and see where the similarities and differences lie as far as their approach to writing, performing, and building a career in music.
The brainchild of frontman and pricipal songwriter Cary Pratt, Prairie Cat is fresh off the release of Who Knows Where To Begin? The touring band features a few familiar faces from the west coast music community and we'll chat with Cary about his songs and how they come to life on the stage.
As for Shimmering Stars, they're even fresher off the release of their second and latest LP, Bedrooms of the Nation. The album integrates elements from across the pop, noise, punk, and experimental spectrums - The Pixies, Flipper, Yo La Tengo, Women, and Nirvana running head into The Beach Boys, Phil Spector, and 50s/60s AM radio.
Finally, the cats in Coyote have their first full-length dropping in the coming weeks, and in addition to the unique sound they've crafted, we'll speak about their adventures as a band thus far - which most recently included the theft and recovery of close to $10,000 worth of musical equipment.
On our last show, we hosted a Texas trio of candidates who had great visions for representing the people. We had such a great time, we're heading down to Lone Star state again this Sunday!
*Our first guest is Steve Brown, candidate for Texas Railroad Commission. Steve considers himself a public advocate for the Railroad Commission (RRC). He has 5 pillars for reforming & improving the RRC: establishing an Office of Public Advocacy, Adequate Funding, Staff Training & Development, Environmental Stewardship, as well as Job Creation & Workforce. Tune in around quarter after 7pm Eastern to learn more about these pillars of strong and safe railroad advocacy in Texas: http://www.electstevebrown.com/
*James Cargas is man with Capitol Hill & White House experience, along with progressive ideals and a legal mind, running for Congress in Texas. Mr. Cargas has vast experience in environmental law and advocacy. His voice is quite needed in a state that has a private sector that has made $Billions and has scarred the environment in the process. Catch James' wonderful voice for the environment and other issues about a quarter to 8pm Eastern: http://www.jamescargas.com/
*Our final guest and second Congressional candidate of the evening is running in a very famous Congressional race. Wesley Reed's opponent is in Bill Maher's Final Four in the #FlipADistrict contest. Wesley is already a "friend of the show," having appeared on our show back in April. Wesley is a Marine veteran from a working class military family. As a current FedEx pilot, Wesley has some great insight on terrorism and job creation. Catch this amazing candidate around 8:20pm Eastern: http://www.wesleyreed.com/
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