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Happy thanksgiving to all. Why am I broadcasting live on this holiday? I figure that while in your food coma and during the 49er vs Seahawk game and right before the Cowboys Vs Eagles game maybe you would want to talk about some other things that are going on. There is Odell Beckham and his incredible catch (is this the greatest catch of all time?) and Rex Ryan and the Jets incredibly bad game. Did they Quit on Rex? who should play QB the rest of the way? Maybe during the first winter storm of the Year you want to think warm thoughts, so lets turn our attention to baseball and all the signings to date. We can talk about the Red sox Moves and the lack of Yankees Moves so far and whether or not they will make the big splash we expect them too. There is always the Circus that is the Mets to Discuss also. I want to talk about the eligible list of MLB Hall of Fame Canidates and who I think are absolutes and who is being left off the list in error. Wow!!! All this and yet there is plenty of music to talk about as well. Revolver Magazines top 20 Albums of the year is out and I am upset with some albums left off the list. And Much much more. So pull up a comfy chair, maybe some hot choclate and lets talk by the fire for 2 hours starting at 6:30 pm est. Happy Holidays, safe Travel and I look forward to hearing from you tonite
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When The Stellas took their first trip to Nashville in 2008, they were still a relatively unknown husband-and-wife duo from the Toronto suburbs, armed with little more than two voices, one acoustic guitar, and a catalog of smart, catchy songs.
These days, The Stellas are songwriters who have written 90% of the material on their own albums, as well as songs for other artists. They’re parents of Lennon and Maisy, who star as Maddie & Daphne on ABC's "Nashville."
For Brad and MaryLynne Stella, the turning point occurred during a short trip to Nashville. While there, they talked their way into playing an impromptu show at the Commodore Grill, which led to a second show the following night. A publisher was in the audience that evening, and he liked what he heard. The Stellas were offered a deal on the spot. A year later, they were on the hit CMT show "Can You Duet?", moved to Nashville and signed a record deal with EMI Canada. They took home the CCMA trophy for "Duo of the Year" in 2013.
Back in America, one of The Stellas' biggest fans, Zac Brown, asked the duo to join his band for a series of sold-out shows. Brad and MaryLynne have also toured with Johnny Reid & Terri Clark.
"Back when we first started our career," Brad remembers, "we came across a lot of musicians who had a 'woe is me' story. They used to live in their car, or they had to wait tables for years before signing a record deal. We had that story, too, but we didn't view it as a negative thing, we thought of it more like camping! We wouldn't trade it for anything.”
"In some ways, we're making a first impression all over again," MaryLynne says of their new record. “This is the album we always wanted to make."
On this week's episode of America's Most Haunted Radio, we talk with haunted music pioneers Midnight Syndicate.
For almost two decades, Northeast Ohio-native composers Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka have been known as Midnight Syndicate, creating symphonic soundtracks to imaginary films that facilitate a transcendental and adventurous escape into the secret dimensions of the mind's eye.
To many of their fans, they are gothic music pioneers brewing a signature blend of orchestral horror music and movie-style sound effects. To others, they remain the first "haunted house band" that forever changed the Halloween music genre and became a staple of the October holiday season.
After seventeen years, fourteen studio albums, three soundtracks, and a motion picture, for the recently completed 2014 Halloween season, Midnight Syndicate teamed up with the world famous amusement park, Cedar Point, to launch their first live performances. Midnight Syndicate Live! Legacy of Shadows -- a multimedia horror-themed concert blending live music, theatre, and film -- ran weekends at Cedar Point's 18th annual HalloWeekends event.
The multimedia horror music concert was called "top-notch and ambitious," "brilliant and artistically creative," and "a must see" by audiences and press alike. "We couldn't be happier with how the show came together," said Edward Douglas, "The response and entire experience has been amazing."
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Chris Duarte grew up in Texas and bagan playing his brother's guitar and bought his first guitar at age 14. 37 years, 14 albums (including one 'best of', 2 instructional DVDs and thousands of performances later, he is still going strong. Chris and I will talk about his life and careet and check out songs from his latest Lucky 13.
Lisa Mills was born in Mississippi and now lives in Alabama. She has been sharing her vocals, for many years, appearing on a Big Town Playboy's album. Her 2010 released, Tempered in Fire, and the world truly found her. Her new album, I'm Changing, is not really a new album, but a reworking of an album she released in 2005. What made her do this? What are her goals? We'll find out when I speak with Lisa.
Michael Oneill is a singer/songwriter, producer, readio host and road warrior and he will join me to talk about all that and more. His new album is entitled I Like It Like That is a "deeply personal diary of ONeill's inner journey and his introspective take on the challenges of life, love and loss". From his first tour at age of 24, when he opened for then unknown U2. His list of touring partners and songwriting partners will impress you greatly.
The Colorado Blues Society needed to raise funds for their Blues In The Schools Program, so they cut an album! Entitled Jam For Blues In The Schools, it was recorded one Saturday afternoon. Behind the direction of Couch Kids, Dan Treanor and Erica Brown, the album was recorded live, one take without any overdubs and turned out awful special. I will chat with Dan, Erica, and Scott Fitzke about this project and let you know how you can support this great cause.
Angel Sessions... She has been singing for over 17 years. With 9 albums under her belt, 2 R&B and 7 urban Gospel CD. Her music career has taken her on some very interesting journeys. Angel started out in her local town of San Leandro bay area performing at Kimball’s East, and the Black Expo’s both in Berkeley CA. and Los Angeles CA. She also went to Guam to perform for many of her fans there. She did many show cases opening up for H Town, Howard Hewitt and performed at the same show with Eric Benet. Angel also performed at the Grammy’s pre party on the same stage with Tina Marie, James Brown, Ali Woodson, Montel Jordan, and many more. As a young singer when Angel was signed with Fantasy Records, she had the privilege of meeting and singing with some very talented legendary old-school artists. At that time she was Fancy Record’s newest artist who was exposed to seasoned...
Rick “Slick Rick” Walters was born in London in 1965 and moved with his family to the Bronx in 1975.
Charlie Rock of HARLEM WORLD CREW was very instrumental in bringing “Ricky D” AKA “Slick Rick” and together when he was request by Doug to introduce him to Rick after he has seen him win a number of local MC battle contest. It was at a MC Contest at the 369 Armory on 142nd street in Harlem, given by promotion partners Ray chandler & Charlie Rock, The Rick & Doug were formally introduced by Rock.
As a 19-year-old in the summer of 1985 he scored his first big hits, “La Di Da Di” and “The Show.”
Three years later Def Jam Recordings released Rick’s first full-length album, “The Great Adventures of Slick Rick”. Hailed as a showcase for Rick’s extraordinary writing and rapping skills, it quickly achieved “platinum” status for sales in excess of one million copies and has since established itself as a rap classic.
At the height of his fame in July of 1990, Rick shot and wounded two people in an ill-advised attempt to protect himself against a violent predator. Convicted of attempted murder in the second degree, he began serving his sentence of three-to-ten years in 1991. While he was in jail, he released “The Ruler’s Back” (1991) and “Behind Bars” (1994).
After his release in 1999 he released “The Art of Storytelling.”
All three albums were certified go
This is our first show! Your hosts, Peggy Eason and Gary Carswell, introduce themselves and talk about their interests and current events, including a 6' 4" Donald Duck in New Jersey that caused traffic fines, a racial mix-up at a sperm bank, and Bill Cosby. Also, there are surprise questions from the producer on holiday shopping, life on a cruise ship. Specially featured are two songs from Peggy's albums!
This show is full of fun, humor, and poignant observations.
Stacey B going to play VaShawn Mitchell song.VaShawn Mitchell was born and raised in Chicago, IL, a city known as the birthplace of Gospel music, an art form that has been indelibly imprinted on his life. When he was a teenager, Mitchell became the assistant music director of St. Mark Baptist Church. Then for nearly a decade he went on to serve as Minister of Music at Bishop Larry D. Trotter’s Sweet Holy Spirit Church. As the youngest Minister of Music in that church’s history, Mitchell successfully merged the contemporary themes he composed with the traditional choir vibe that marked the church’s worship services.Throughout the years, VaShawn’s artistic vision has grown, shaping him into a mature worship leader and a recognized Gospel songwriter. In 2010, his passion and talent for songwriting, producing and singing led him to to release Triumphant which became his best selling album to date. Soaring to the top of the charts with his mega-hit single “Nobody Greater,” Mitchell amassed numerous awards and nominations. In 2011, he received 11 Stellar Award nominations (the most received by any artist that year) and took home 6 trophies. He also earned two GRAMMY Award Nominations and two GMA Dove Award nominations for both the Billboard magazine declared “Nobody Greater” the #1 Most Played Gospel Song of 2011 and Mitchell was named Billboard’s #1 Gospel Radio Artist of 2011 and Triumphant was among the Top 5 Gospel Albums of 2011. The single held the #1 position for nine consecutive weeks on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart and crossed-over to the Urban Contemporary Adult charts. Stacey B. also going to play one of Kierra Sheard song.
Natalie Gelman was a street performing NYC troubadour who won over hearts across the country with her music, soulful voice and dynamic songwriting. She literally moved up from the subway to Carnegie Hall and many venues in between. And along the way she found herself in national publications like the NY Times and Billboard Magazine because of it. Often compared to Sheryl Crow, Joni Mitchell and Jewel, Natalie is an artist in her own right - called “Simply Terrific” by the NY Post and named the “poster girl for the solo, storytelling singer/songwriter” by Music Connection Magazine. Best of all, she joins us on Music FridayLive! this Friday.
Alex Nester brings back the art of real, live un-moduilated music-making with hot blues that makes you shake and shimmy and cool vocals that do a slow burn in your ears. A bout with cancer as a teen has helped shape her unique sound filled with messages of love, faith, positivity, and healing while channeling the retro soul artists of the 60’s and 70’s. Her resume already includes 12 albums, countless jingles, and over 25 theatrical productions, as well as working with established musicians such as Carlos Santana, Stevie Wonder, The Four Tops, The Fifth Dimension, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Desi Arnaz, Jr., Alphonse Mouzon, Brandon Fields, and Eric Marienthal.. Plays hard and late and she joins us Friday.
New York City based Comedian Nancy Lombardo host a cornucopia of terrific guests. Mixing it up with comedians, authors, musicians, professionals. Nancy Lombardo has performed her unique comedy from coast to coast. Her comedya and music "COLOR ME CRAZY" AND MARY CHRISTMAS ARE AVAILABLE ON CD BABY. Watch the NANCY LOMBARDO SHOW Fridays 7pm EST www.mnn.org or in NYC channel 83 RCN 56 TW 34 Fios. Follow Comedy Concepts on Blog Talk Radio. Todays show is dedicated to Mike Nichols. Mike Nichols and Elaine May were a Grammy Award-winning American improvisational comedy duo act developed by Mike Nichols and Elaine May. Their three comedy albums reached the Billboard Top 40 between 1959 and 1962.
Through combining his talents in singing, dancing, and acting, Grady Harrell II has had numerous opportunities to work with a variety of well known music artists, land acting roles on television, while at the same time recording and performing as a solo artist. His years of experience in the music business began at the age of 9 when he began to teach himself to sing while looking up to his role model Smokey Robinson. A native of Los Angeles, California, Grady Harrell was born into a musical family where singing was (and still is) a way of life. His mother, Evelyn Harrell, (a singer as well) was in the group Friends of Distinction while his grandmother, Essie King, was a "classical singer/teacher". Grady persisted in sharpening his vocal skills, and at twelve years old he formed a group called Young Gents. He also formed a very popular group called Papa’s Results while he was in high school. This group (which also included his sister Rocq-e) remained active for over a span of more than six years. They soon gained opportunities to work with artist such as Shalamar and The Whispers just to name a few.
Grady Harrell's stamina, talent, and love for music are strongly evident through his three solo albums: “Mwana” (1985) on Solar/MCA Records, “Come Play with Me” (1989) on RCA Records, and “Romance Me” (1990) on RCA Record. In recent years, he has done tours in Europe with his sister Rocq-E, as leading vocalist in a Motown/Atlantic theater production called "R.E.S.P.E.C.T." He usually makes appearances in Holland several months per year where the fans are
very welcoming and are more than appreciative of his soulful singing.
Currently Grady Harrell is in the process of recording a new album for Cliff Hanger Records where Chris Dixon, C.E.O. of the record label, is producing the album.
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Brad Warner met Zen teacher Tim McCarthy and began his study of Zen while he was still the bass player of the hardcore punk band Zero Defex. In the 1980s he released five albums of psychedelic rock under the band name Dimentia 13.He moved to Japan, where he landed a job with Tsuburaya Productions, the company founded by Eiji Tsuburaya, the man who created Godzilla. The following year Brad met Gudo Nishijima Roshi, who ordained him as a Zen monk and made him his dharma heir in 2000.
In his breakthrough works of channeled literature,I Am the Word,The Book of Love and Creation and The Book of Knowing and Worth, author and medium Paul Selig recorded an extraordinary program for personal and planetary evolution as humankind awakens to its own divine nature. I Am the Word, The Book of Love and Creation and The Book of Knowing and Worth are energetic transmissions that works directly on its readers to bring them into alignment with the frequency of the Word, which Paul’s guides call the energy of “God in Action.”
Paul was born in New York City and received his Master’s Degree from Yale. He had a spiritual experience in 1987 that left him clairvoyant.
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