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Michael Davis returns to host the Iron Jaw Podcast on January 2, 2016, his first show of the new year, and his first show in over SIX MONTHS! How he'll ring it in is let the viewers know what's in store for the New Year, talk about the Bowl Games, including Clemson's and Alabama's rout to the National Championship Game, as well as Chip Kelly's firing, and who may be next in the NFL.
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This weeks show will feature lots of Music talk starting with my Concert review of the Iron Maiden Book of Souls Concert at Madison Square Garden. I will be attending this show and I will be opening the show with my review of the show.
The Baseball season opens this coming weekend so we will review both local teams and who they will be taking "North" for the start of the season.
The Final 4 is this weekend and the championship game is next Monday so we will preview this big weekend of college basketball.
Usual show segments "What does Jeff Think" and CD reviews will be back for your listening Pleasure.
We will update you on the Pauls Peace Inc benefit coming May 21st at the 5th and Vine bar. Jeff will tell you how things are going with the Hard Rock n Sports band.
So much to talk about and only 3 hours to do it, I hope we can get all of this in.
See you Thursday @ 6:30 pm est live on blogtalkradio.com
Carl Malcolm initially learned the keyboard, picking up skills on the instrument at his local Methodist church. He attended St. Elizabeth Technical High School before moving to Kingston, where he worked for a shoe company and was a reservist in the Jamaica Defence Force. In 1965 he joined his first group, The Volcanoes, alongside Al Brown, the pair staying together until 1969. Malcolm then gave up music while he continued his studies, but returned when he joined the group Big Relations, led by Jo Jo Bennett. Malcolm recorded briefly as a solo artist, recording "Father Free Us" for Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One label, before spending time in the United States.
6th annual Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest
30 REYNOLDS DRIVE HAMPTON, VA 23664 USA
757-354-9443 KP, 757-746-5542 Crystal
iRon Lion says,"I've been blessed to be backed by some of the best reggae musicians in the business.Veteran Grammy nominated musicians have taken the stage backing me and other current and up and coming world class traveling musicians also.When we take the stage,we bring sweet vocal harmony,drums,bass,keyboards,guitars and horns on occasion.Beach and Island-style events are our specialty.We play at colleges,festivals,private parties,bars,clubs,amphitheaters and more places! As iRon Lion I've opened for Jimmy Cliff,The Wailers Band,SOJA and many more kings of reggae music!
My desire and passion is to help others fulfil their god given purpose and destiny. I talk about issues weekly that I believe can hinder this. I speak from experience and from a place of strength after finding myself and my path to a purpose driven life.
Join me on today's podcast, I will be sharing my thoughts on how to support and help each other even whilst on our own personal journey. Today's podcast is entitled 'Iron Sharpen Iron' which is from a bible verse. It is encouraging us to help strengthen each other. No one succeeds by themselves we need to help and support each other. It's time to build up each other and stop tearing each other down.
I look forward to sharing with you.
Author John C Wright will join host Declan Finn to discuss his latest fantasy novel, "Iron Chamber of Memory. With luck we might get him to talk about the Hugos, Sad Puppies, or maybe even a little bit about Rad Puppies. Just a thought.
John C. Wright is a retired attorney, newspaperman and newspaper editor, who was only once on the lam and forced to hide from the police who did not admire his newspaper.
In 1984, Graduated from St. John's College in Annapolis, home of the "Great Books" program. In 1987, he graduated from the College and William and Mary's Law School (going from the third oldest to the second oldest school in continuous use in the United States), and was admitted to the practice of law in three jurisdictions (New York, May 1989; Maryland December 1990; DC January 1994). His law practice was unsuccessful enough to drive him into bankruptcy soon thereafter. His stint as a newspaperman for the St. Mary's Today was more rewarding spiritually, but, alas, also a failure financially. He presently works (successfully) as a writer in Virginia, where he lives in fairy-tale-like happiness with his wife, the authoress L. Jagi Lamplighter, and their four children: Pingping, Orville, Wilbur, and Just Wright.
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On this episode of the GeekMundo Fun Times Podcast, the first ever in 2016 and the beginning of an all new season, Seattle Slim (@SeattleSlim) talks about casting Finn Jones as Iron Fist and why that was pretty good casting... For the most part. We'll also be talking about why Gods of Egypt, like Exodus: Gods and Kings, absolutely bombed at the box office, and what it will take for a movie featuring ancient Egyptians to actually succeed at the box office in the age of Black Twitter and social media. We'll be talking about this more (and uncut) over at The #PettyCast on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher (Rated E) so for a more in-depth, candid convo, make sure you subscribe to The #PettyCast and follow us on Twitter @thepettycast.
Morley Robbins returns to Perfeclty Healthy And Toned Radio for the second time to discuss iron and copper dysregulation and the role it plays in disease in the body.
As a hospital executive for over 30 years, Morley Robbins became disenchanted with the “revolving door mentality” of these “illness maintenance” enterprises. He has dedicated the remainder of his career to “saving one starfish at a time” by coaching clients how to eat “real food” and thereby facilitating the process of natural healing. Morley is a “Health Futurist”, a certified Wellness Coach, a Certified Nutrition Educator, and a Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist.
To find out more about Morley and the Magnesium Advocacy group go to GotMag.Org
This week we are going talk about earth mightys hero's the avengers. What we are going cover is the back story on how this team ended up in a comic book and to the big screen. Trust us it was not easy. Even for the movie to come to the big screen. But next week we are going talk about captain america civil war and give are thoughts on that movie. Joss did a amazing job bringing these heroes to the big screen and the story was told just right and even the second one was a good one. A lot of people didn't get it but that ok
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