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Join "Race Fans Rock" host, Infield Jen on her new 8:00pm (EST) time slot as she chats with NASCAR Sprint Cup crew member, Patrick Cole, currently with Team No.98 at Phil Parson's Racing. Patrick has worked on several teams in all three of NASCAR's top series. He's worked at the shop, in the garage and he even goes over the wall as a Tire Carrier! Patrick is going to tell listeners how he made his way to Race City, USA and how he got started working in racing!
Infield Jen is also going to talk to fans who call in and share their enthusiastic racing stories! She will choose a random lucky caller who will "WIN" a genuine autographed "Ned Jarrett" hero card to a random lucky caller! If you want to add this rare "Hall of Famer" hero card to your collection, make sure your on the hotline! She just might pick YOU!!
The call in number is: 713-955-0744
Andrew tells Monica how to "make it magic" and invites artists to make work (championship belts) for his upcoming events.
PUNK ROCK PILLOW FIGHT is a pillow fighting tournament that truly decides the master and the mistress of the mattress.
Created in Brooklyn by artist Andrew K. Thompson in 2005, Punk Rock Pillow Fight is a modern reaction to American Gladiators, Professional Wrestling, and the world of combat sports. While victory is undoubtedly the key goal for participants, Thompson makes it a priority to match the competition with a healthy dose of fun. Anyone who attends, whether as a competitor or audience member, is sure to enjoy the sheer madness of the experience and all that it offers.
The event is comprised of a main open tournament involving up to eight people separated by gender: men vs. men, women vs. women. The winner of each gender tournament receives a custom-made championship belt among other prizes. In addition, specialty matches add suspense to the competition and take the event to new levels of pandemonium. Some notable past specialty matches are “The Inter-Gender Tag Team Match,” “The Fatal Feather Four Way," "The Blindfolded Iron-Man," and "The Four Sides of Fear," which pit the opponents against each other and the audience. To complete the atmosphere, costumes are mandatory for all combatants; the crazier the better.
Join Frankie C as he takes you through the world of punk and hardcore music. San Celmente Punk will play punk rock and hardcore from the golden age of the punk and hardcore to the current offerings. Frankie will also be interviewing some of the biggest and best talent in punk and hardcore. Tonight we are joined by one of the most accomplished artists we have ever had on the show. Nick Oliveri is our guest tonight. Nick has been a part of legendary bands like Kyuss, Mondo Generator, Queens Of The Stone Age, The Dwarves and his own solo projects.To take part in the show you can call in at 347-202-0832 or click on the free skype link on the shows page.
Pagans Tonight Radio Network presents:
8PM CST - Circle Sanctuary's Circle Talk: Gods and Goddesses of Yuletide and Winter Solstice - Interested in or have questions about which Gods and Goddesses are celebrated by different traditions during the Yule season and Winter Solstice? Join Circle Ministers, Jeanet and David Ewing for a discussion on how different Gods and Goddesses are celebrated during the Yuletide/Winter Solstice Season.
9PM CST - Pagan Music Project: The World's Greatest Steampunk Cabaret Band, Frenchy and the Punk!
An energetic hybrid of European Folk roots, Punk attitude, World Beat eclecticism and traveling player theatricality.
Hot off the road from their Bonjour Batfrog tour, Frenchy and the Punk join Pamela Kelly for the first time! Join the Carnivale!
in Indie Music
Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes The Antics, Post-punk/indie rock band out of New Jersey.
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Luke Meisenbacher (vocals/guitar), Derek Rosengarth (guitar), Josh Reitan (drums) are the fun-loving men that make-up The Antics. “I don’t write music that sounds exactly like something else or things that don’t matter to me,” Meisenbacher said about his writing style. The Antics’ post-punk/indie-rock sound is often accented by 60’s pop, surf and garage rock – the group is certainly capable of it all. Playing their individual instruments from an early age, each member grew up in a different part of New Jersey yet the members manage to play like they've been together all their lives. The band has been growing together for three years, and through the trials and tribulations; their brotherly bond has allowed them to develop a unique sound that speaks to their vibrant personalities.