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Paul Marino definitely plays around – musically that is. You’ll find him playing at Remington’s in Manasquan, the Belmar Seafood Festival, Barnacle Bills, Pyanoe Plaza in Belmar, Sandwitch in Asbury Park, Harpoon Willy’s, Rooney’s, and more. Busy guy, right? Paul Marino is a Jersey Shore musician who began playing music in the 4th grade. His first instrument was trumpet, and he took music lessons for that through high school. Paul is a self-taught guitar player. I
NWP welcomes lead guitarist to Sir Paul McCartney, Rusty Anderson!
I talk with Rusty just days before he heads to Japan with Paul McCartney on their world tour.
In 2001, Anderson, got a call from producers Mo Jackson and David Kahne to play and sing on Sir Paul McCartney's record Driving Rain; this became the birth of the Paul McCartney Band.
After finishing the record and performing at The Concert for New York City, the band went on the road for a critically acclaimed tour, playing well over 100 shows in the US, Japan, Mexico and Europe, including those at the Roman Colosseum, Live 8 UK and Red Square in Moscow. Following the success of this tour four DVDs were released, all featuring Anderson on guitar: Back in the U.S., Back in the World, Paul McCartney in Red Square and The Space Within US. In addition to the studio album Driving Rain, Anderson would go on to play guitar on McCartney's Chaos and Creation in the Backyard and, in addition to guitar work, would also contribute vocals to the 2007 release, Memory Almost Full. He also took part in Good Evening New York City and Good Evening Europe.
In addition to playing live shows to promote his own record, Rusty Anderson continued to play guitar with a host of other artists, including Gwen Stefani, Steven Tyler, Richie Sambora, Regina Spektor, Dido, Cat Stevens, Miley Cyrus, Eros Ramazzotti, Nelly Furtado, Meat Loaf, Robi Draco Rosa and Lisa Marie Presley. In addition to Anderson's solo songwriting career, he has written with and produced acts such as Chris Shaffer of The Why Store, Jordan Lawhead and Emma Burgess, resulting in song uses in TV shows Cold Case, Men In Trees, Kyle XY and Wildfire.
Have you ever felt so overwhelmed that you just did not want to go on? Never give up! All is not lost! Author Patrice Lee will be interviewed as we discuss how to deal with feelings of hopelessness, what to do if you are a child being bullied, and finally steps to stop or prevent it. Join us for another intense discussion on Matters of the Heart with Joy Marino.
What was the hardest thing you ever chose to forgive? How do you know when you have truly forgiven someone? Is it easier to forgive an enemy or a friend? Do you need to apologize to a spouse or family member for feelings of un-forgiveness? Margaret Stunt stated, “Un-forgiveness is like drinking poison and hoping the other person dies.” Do you agree or disagree with that statement? This week on Matters of the Heart with Joy Marino, we talk about Forgiveness.
This week on Matter's of the Heart with Joy Marino, we will ask and answer the questions, "If God is real, why does He allow bad things to happen to good people/innocent children? If God is real, why won’t He answer my prayers?" Our special guest is comdian, singer and minister John Gray. Tune in for this great discussion.
A weekly discussion with your host Paul Raphu. Tonight's topic is Universal words of power and how to use them.
A weekly discussion with your host Paul Raphu.
This week on Matter's of the Heart with Joy Marino, we discuss the book “Who Can Find Her?” Tonight's show is co-hosted by Troy Lambert.
We will discuss the plot, answer questions about the characters, and give a little background history about the author and what inspired her to write Christian fiction.
Do you think most people are completely honest with their spouses? Would you mention a business lunch date with the opposite sex? Do you share internet passwords and accounts with your spouse? Do you still communicate with your exes? We will address all of these questions and more on this week's Matter's of the Heart with Joy Marino. Troy Lambert co-hosts.
A weekly discussion with your host Paul Raphu. On tonight's episode of Inaslaka Radio with Paul Raphu, your host Paul Raphu will begin a powerful and enlightening dialouge about the pertutual belief that black is the color of evil. Why is this a common belief? And where did this idea come from?
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