• 00:23

    Eric Lilavois, Famed Record Producer and Curator of "Make Music Pasadena"

    in Indie Music

    Eric Lilavois is one of the three owners of the legendary London Bridge Studio and London Tone Records. As a lengendary record producer, Eric has worked with many notable artists such as Saint Motel, The Dustbowl Revival, Celeigh Chapman, The Smokey Brights, Atlas Genius, My Chemical Romance and many more. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Lilavois Eric has produced a list of well known music for television and film.


    Eric is the curator of the Make Music Pasadena Festival, the largest free music festival on the west coast, garnering an attendance of over 40,000 each year.


    Now Eric has gone back to his roots, this time producing his own music. His new single "The God in Our Glass" is a tribute to Eric's close friend of over 20 years, Ryan Hoherd, who suddenly passed away. This beautiful tribute to his dear friend, has been added by Starbucks Coffee to their music playlist, now playing in their stores all over the world. Known in the industry for his compasionate soul, Eric has written, produced and recorded many songs for charity including St. Jude and Earthquake Relief for Haiti, with 100% of the proceeds going to these causes. http://www.londontonemusic.com  http://www.facebook.com/northwestprime http://www.northwestprime.com


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  • 00:31

    Get Fit in 2015 w/ guest, Matt Castaneda of Pasadena Muscle Company

    in Health

    Today's Topic: Developing a Fitness Plan that Works for You


    Call with your health and fitness questions for Matt Castaneda.


    You find out more about Matt at Pasadena Muscle Company and on Facebook. Matt works will clients both in the Pasadena area and through his online and coaching programs.


    Show Details: 30 minutes of straight-up intuitive advice. Join Amy Tammen every Monday through Thursday, 11:30 PST for in-depth conversations on wellness, intuition, taking bold action, consciousness and spirituality.


    Each episode will give you the guidance to heal, manifest your desires and live a life by your own rules. Call in for a mini intuitive (psychic) coaching session.


    Each caller will receive a free copy of Amy's ebook "A Journey to Self-Love" that is available for purchase on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Sign-up for Amy's newsletter and you'll receive a free intuitive reading to map out your blueprint for success: www.intuitivecoachingwithamy.com. Share you insights and a-ha moments on the Intuitive Coaching with Amy Facebook page and Twitter.

  • 00:46

    Episode #367 - Out and About

    in Music

    Broadcasting live from the Old Towne Pub in Pasadena!
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  • 00:46

    Episode #368

    in Music

    Broadcasting live from the Old Towne Pub in Pasadena! It's Rockabilly night, featuring Imagine!!!
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  • 00:27

    The Pet Place Radio Show Orig. Airdate 1-31-2015 KAZZ 88.1 FM

    in Pets

    We’ve got a great lineup of guests this morning. First up, we’ll be chatting with Aimee Gilbreath from FoundAnimals.ORG about some phenomenal projects her organization is working on to help lost animals get reunited with their families and to find homes for pets that need families. They've had some great successes and anyone who loves animals will be interested in hearing all about this. You might remember that Aimee was set to be on our show a couple weeks ago, but had some last minute scheduling problems. We’re super happy she can make it today. Then after our halftime break, Zahra Nealy from the Pasadena Humane Society has some terrific news about fun animal events that her organization has planned.

  • 01:24

    Kiler Davenport Live: Interview with Sean Patrick McGraw

    in Country Music

    Call it Irish grit. “If you grew up where I grew up,” McGraw recalls, “you were automatically hyphenated either Irish, Polish, or Italian, and your dad worked in the mill, that was a given.” Hailing from a small steel industry town about 50 miles outside of Buffalo, New York, McGraw was raised on Hee-Haw (“We loved Conway Twitty, or at least his haircut”) and rough games of hockey and football. Small for his age and showing little athletic promise, he gravitated towards music, and good thing: “If I’d have stuck with the sports I liked any longer I might have ended up getting my head taken off. We never wore pads, let alone helmets.” Instead, McGraw grew out his hair, picked up a cheap Japanese guitar, and at 13 started a rock band with friends, playing in bars a couple of nights a week—with a note from his mother in hand, in case the cops asked any questions.


    As soon as he finished high school, McGraw hightailed it to Los Angeles with rock star dreams and a country sensibility. Wearing out records by Dwight Yoakam and Steve Earle, and “digging through stacks of junk at the Pasadena flea market looking for old Buck Owens and Johnny Cash on vinyl,” he developed his own unique hard-core hillbilly sound.


    It’s a crazy life, and McGraw looks upon it with bemused satisfaction in “My So Called Life,” reflecting, “Some days I own this town, other days it shoots me down/Always I’m still hanging round, holdin’ on to hope.” Expertly depicting the driving pace of his “Honky Tonk Life,” McGraw stubbornly continues to hope: “I could quit all this road stuff, go back to my real job, put in a straight 9 to 5/But I love the neon, I love the people, and I love the Honky Tonk Life.”

  • 00:46

    Episode #366 - Get With the Program

    in Music

    Broadcasting live from the Old Towne Pub in Pasadena!


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  • 00:46

    Episode #364 - What About Bob?

    in Music

    Tonight's show is all about Bob. Broadcasting live from the Old Towne Pub in Pasadena, CA. 


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  • 00:22

    A Little bit of East, a little bit of West, a whole lot of Reena

    in Culture

    Indian-American composer, Reena Esmail, is a graduate of Juilliard and has a masters from the Yale School of Music. She was a recipient of a Fulbright-Nehru grant for the 2011-2012 year and studied Hindustani vocal music in New Delhi, India. She was selected as a 2011 INK Fellow to speak about her work at the INK Conference (in association with TED) in Jaipur, with additional speaking engagements in Chennai, Delhi and Goa. Her work draws elements from both Western and Hindustani (North Indian) classical music.


    Her primary teachers have included Susan Botti, Aaron Jay Kernis, Christopher Theofanidis and Martin Bresnick, Christopher Rouse and Samuel Adler. . Her most recent Hindustani vocal studies have been with Srimati Lakshmi Shankar and Saili Kalyanpur in Los Angeles, CA.


    She has won numerous awards, including the Walter Hinrichsen Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters (with forthcoming publication of a work by C.F. Peters) and two ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Awards. She is currently a Post- Residential doctoral candidate at the Yale School of Music. Reena’s doctoral thesis, entitled Finding Common Ground: Uniting Practies in Hindustani and Western Art Musicians explores the methods and challenges of the collaborative process between Hindustani musicians and Western composers.


    For the 2010-11 season, she was the conductor and arranger for Yale’s Hindi a cappella group, Sur et Veritaal.  Her commissions include: Teen Murti, for string orchestra, Curiosity for the Pasadena Master Chorale, Tuttarana for Mount Holyoke Glee Club, and Vishwas for the Albany Symphony and bharatanatyam dancer Sisira Gorthala. Reena’s recent film work includes scores for Kali Juger Kumbh, a Bengali film by Ashish Avikunthak and Radha, by Rupeshi Shah.


    Reena currently lives in Los Angeles, California. 

  • 00:33

    Independent Everything: LIVE with Poetic Female Rap Lyricist ~ KaliKiya

    in Music

    Rakiya Y. Jackson, the lyrically explosive, new, upcoming artist known as "KaliKiya,” is a Rapper/Poet who was born on October 18, 1991 in Pasadena, California. Later to spend most of her teenage years in Mobile, AL, which lead her to Closet Music Entertainment (CME). 


    Growing up she had many musical influences that her father would play. From Cameo to Grand Master Flash to Slick Rick to Left Eye, and her biggest influence, 2Pac. 
    KaliKiya began writing poetry at the age of 6. The older she got, she realized this was more than just a pastime. This was her divine talent, her God given gift. Hence her name Rakiya Yaminah, meaning, "Sent by God.”
    She graduated from high school in 2010 & later attended Penn Foster College, to attain a teaching degree. With a true love for children, she began teaching three, four, and five year olds from 2010 to 2013.


    KaliKiya began her career as a Hip-Hop artist, in January 2015 and signed with CME (Closet Music Ent.), a sub-label under record label Metal 2 Music/SMG (M2M/SMG). Her stage name is a nickname given to her by her high school peers. "Kali" in reference to being a California Native and Kiya, the shortened version of her first name, Rakiya.


    Her first and second singles, entitled "Made It" ft. rapper Yung Fallen Angel and "The Break Through" also ft. Yung Fallen Angel, both dropped in January 2015. KaliKiya is also featured on “Don’t Act Like Dat,” with label mate Eisha E.
    Expect her highly anticipated first mixtape,  entitled "Poetic Ambition," to be released in mid - February 2015, on the M2M/SMG label, sure to be a captivating and expressive experience to your listening ears.


     

  • 00:55

    The Most Unrecognizable and Committed Sin is not what you think

    in Religion

    What is the most unrecognizable and committed sin in the universe?  Read this article and see if you can figure it out.


    Pasadena, CA- The mother of a former cashier at Target in Pasadena is suing the retailer, alleging that her son committed suicide after being humiliated by management.  In the lawsuit, Virginia Gentles claims her son, 22-year-old Graham Gentles, was driven to suicide after he was accused of stealing, handcuffed and "paraded" through the store in front of coworkers and customers.  Graham Gentles jumped to his death from the roof of the Courtyard Marriott in Monrovia on July 18, three days after he was allegedly required by Target management to take part in what the lawsuit calls a "walk of shame."  The lawsuit alleges false imprisonment, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress.  According to the complaint, Graham Gentles was met by police and Target security personnel at the front of the store as he arrived for work on July 15. The suit alleges that police forcefully grabbed him, emptied his pockets and pulled his hat off. At the direction of two members of the store management, he was handcuffed and led to an office, according to the suit.  "Gentles was shocked, confused and mortified at being handcuffed and walked through the Target store in front of co-workers and store customers. Mr. Gentles had no idea why he was being arrested," the complaint says.

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