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This week was a buzy one for the guys! Matt went to a party for rising country artist Sam Hunt, saw the musical "Once" at the Tennessee Performign Arts Center (TPAC), attended the Buds N' Suds charity event and hit up Musicians Corner. Then he and Shawn checked out the new Adele's Restaurant and went to the Nashville Lifestyles "Style Setters" event!
And this week's #NUartist is Chancellor Warhol! Nashville Underground's first hip hop artist, Chancellor grew up drawn to art, cinema, fashion and a diverse culture all of which helped shape his very own style of music today. Channeling an alternative/electro rap style, his unconventional sound has earned him a place on stages such as Bonnaroo, SXSW, Austin City Limits, Lollapalooza, Hangout Fest, Life is Beautiful Festival, and Sundance Film Festival.
The Nashville Scene released it's annual list "You're So Nashville If..." Matt and Shawn go through many of them and also tease several upcoming events. They are also announcing a new contest!
And this week's #NUartist is Isaac Hayden. Hayden was signed by Sam Brooker to an artist development and publishing deal with Artist Revolution Records in 2013. Sam and Isaac are currently finishing work on Isaac’s debut album featuring cameos from some awesome local and national talent such as The McCrary Sisters, Jeremy Lister, Daniel Ellsworth and Jared Kneale, who is now playing drums for Kacey Musgraves.
FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, Matt and Shawn break a brand new artist on the show! Laura McCormick's first single, her first album, her first radio interview... right here on Nashville Underground Radio, as we WORLD PREMIERE her song "Feel The Fire!"
With a voice comparable to that of Bonnie Raitt, Ann Wilson of Heart, and Linda Ronstadt, McCormick mixes power vocals with gut wrenching songwriting, blending her folk and country roots with her classic rock upbringing. After working as an ICU nurse for the past six years, Laura is now following her dreams into music, and brings a fierce set of pipes with her debut album Box Full of Trouble.
This week Matt and Shawn also discuss Lollapalooza, American Idol, birthday celebrations and more!
Lets Take a look at what is new going on with Community Gardens.
The Garden Writers Association has a neat program called "Plant a Row for the Hungry". Learn how the Garden Writers Association Foundation has helped folks in need, since 1995, provide needed Vegetables and Fruits to local Food Pantry and Food Bank Groups. Carol Ledbetter will tell us what her involvement with PAR is all about and how you can join them in their Quest to get more food to folks. These are Garden Writers that you find in your Newspaper, Radio and Television Shows. Join them! and help "Plant a Row for the Hungry".
Plus, learn what the Union County Community Garden Coalition, in Morganfield, Kentucky, is doing to help their area with Community Gardens, provide a food source for folks, and expand helping across 7 counties in Kentucky. Join us for his Great information, Bradley Vowels. Check out their Facebook page...one of the BEST information pages in the USA.
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host. Purchase "Community Garden Revolution at AMAZON.com and Order at your Favorite Bookstores.
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From April 16 - 27, Nashville turns from Music City to Movie City as the Nashville Film Festival (NaFF) takes place. In an extended 10-day celebration of film, NaFF is in two locations for the first time: Regal Green Hills Stadium 16 with 200 competition film, educational presentations and parties, and downtown at Nissan Multicultural Village, Walk of Fame Park with free outdoor films nightly and Happy Hour Shorts at Festival Pub.
Matt and Shawn will give some movie reviews of the films they screened, and speak to several artists (both actors and musicians) involved in various projects including Blake Rayne, Linds Edwards, Ashley Shelton and more!
A SPECIAL Radio Show with the Indiana University Health 'Garden on the Go' (r). Learn how a Hospital goes the extra mile to help folks in Indianapolis, Indiana, have more access to Food, uses a neat Mobile Farmers Market concept, and how they are able to fulfill the food need with another Company. These folks also help out another town in Indiana expand their capibility in Feeding others.
Join us for a SPECIAL Show on Thursday, September 25, 2014, at 9am to 9:30am, CST time zone. Yes, there will also be another regular Radio Show later that morning at 11:30am, CST time zone. I'm Excited to have this Show, It is a dynamic Guest, she is passionate about what is being done, and you will find out some great information on how this successful program is helping a lot of people with even more ways coming to expand this help.
Tune in at www.blogtalkradio.com/communitygardenrevolution or, you can download the Radio Show at iTunes, when finished.
Enjoy! Come back and be with us.
Just a "Shout Out" to the Folks in England for last weeks show. I want to say THANKS! to the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens Executive Director Jeremy Iles and for the Hartley Botanic, Inc., USA Office Sales Head Dan Berry, for both their delightful interviews. Cheers!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host
Blog and Facebook at "Community Garden Revolution"
Purchase my Book "Community Garden Revolution" on AMAZON.com or Order at your Favorite Local Bookstore.
My AudioBook "Community Garden Revolution Notes!" is now available at Audible, iTunes, and Amazon. Priced for GREAT Group discussions in your town how to start a Community Garden.
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
in Real Estate
Too many times in my experience I have seen homeowners make terrible mistakes in picking a listing agent to sell their Nashville home. In this episode, I am going to share some lessons I have learned as a Real Estate Broker that every homeowner should be doing before they make a decision on a listing agent
Matt and Shawn took their first road trip as a management team last weekend. Well... sort of. One of the guys made it and one didn't! On this week's show they tell the tail, and also about a random trip to Atlanta. They also revisit some of the teasers from last week!
And this week's featured artist is Juston Stens. After playing drums for six years in the popular indie-rock band Dr. Dog, Stens set out on his own to front his own band, the Get Real Gang, and play his own songs. A self-taught guitar player, bassist, piano player, drummer and singer, Stens challenged himself by traveling across America on a motorcyle to connect with musician friends across the country and record songs in their personal spaces. The journey was documented in the recent film by Andrew Stubbs, I Lay Where I Fall, which premiered at the Nashville Film Festival in April. The resulting musical collaborations are available now for the first time on the album, Share the Road.
Coming up in June: #NUartist Zeke Duhon is performing at The Stone Fox on the 3rd at 8pm and Musicians Corner on the 7th at 2pm. And today's guest is Nashville Underground Management's Kylie Rothfield, who will be performing at Nashville Pride on the 14th at noon, The Bluebird Cafe on June 22 at 6pm AND the Instruments of Joy Benefit on the 29th!
Crafting songs that combine elements of soul, blues and pop, Kylie Rothfield’s music is unique, honest, and universally appealing. Although her vocal ability is undeniable, she is also an accomplished self-taught guitarist, being able to support her captivating live stage show as a solo acoustic performer or with a full band. Her self-released debut EP “Rag Doll” – produced by Russ Pahl and set for release April 13th - is truly a testament to her artistry.
Nashville Presents: Saturdays With Singletary on The Singletary Network with your Host, Patrenna Singletary!
Our Very Special Guest Today is Best Selling Author, Motivational Speaker and Workshop Presenter, Ms Janet D. Thomas! Janet joins us via Encore Presentation to discuss her latest project: Healing From Emotional Eating! You do not want to miss this fabulous discussion!
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in Self Help
Tune in Tuesday, Sept. 23rd at 11:30 am est when our guest on Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith will be Dr. Ingrid Wicker-McCree, the Director of Athletics at North Carolina Central University . She officially began her new leadership role on May 1, 2008. Wicker-McCree, who officially began her reign May 2008, is of the ranks of only a handful of women athletic directors in the UNC system, previously served as NCCU's associate athletics director for internal affairs. She has served in a variety of leadership positions in both conference and national level organizations, most notably as president of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Executive Board from 2004-06, becoming only the second woman to ever hold that position in the league's history. In addition, she served as a member of the NCAA's Division II Legislation Committee from 2003-07.
Wicker-McCree was one of the driving forces behind NCCU's reclassification to NCAA Division I. From 1998 until her appointment as Director of Athletics in 2008, she oversaw the internal operations of the Athletics Department, including all compliance and eligibility programs. Wicker-McCree began her career at NCCU as the head coach for women's volleyball and softball. She became the first coach in NCCU history to win conference championships in multiple sports, capturing the school's first-ever CIAA titles in softball (1998) and volleyball (1999, 2004, 2005). A three-time CIAA Volleyball Coach of the Year (1999, 2002, 2005) and former member of the NCAA Division II National Volleyball Committee, Wicker-McCree earned 239 match victories in 12 seasons as head volleyball coach at NCCU. She was also inducted into the NCCU Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004 as head coach of the 1998 softball team.