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It's been another grear week here on the show. The weather outside has been frightful. However, we have an amazing special surprise for our die hard fans! The Chancellor of Soul, Mike Boone returns to educate us oneverything soulful by spotlighting a legendary soul singer.
Rock and Roll Hall Of Famer, Wilson Pickett was one of the most dynamic, soulful performers to ever grace the Southern Soul genre during its heyday of the 1960's and 70's. His presence wasso powerful, he earned the nickname, The Wicked Pickett'.
Join Q-Man, T-Mitch, MJ and the Chancellor of Soul, Mike Boone, for an evening of discussionof the life, music and career of the magnificent, gifted Wilson Pickett.
Join Apostle Paul Greenleaf & Deacon Carlton James For EnRiching Words Of Life Men Standing Firm In God Fellowship Service & Intercessory Prayer - 6:00 PM EST Worship Service - 6:30 PM EST Guest Speaker Dr. Himie Pickett Join Via Phone Or website Call in Number (724) 444-7444 Call ID: 110910 log in to join the service at - http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/110910
Wine Muse hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard welcome Rex Pickett--author of the all-time most dramatically influential book about wine: Sideways. Sideways was nominated for 5 Academy Awards and won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay; it also won over 350 awards from critics. In 2011 Mr. Pickett published Vertical which continues the story of Miles and Jack as they embark on a roadtrip with Miles' mom, her nurse, and her dog through wine country and middle America. Vertical explores Miles' relationship with his mother and his coming to grips with her impending death.
He has a new book in the trilogy, Sideways 3 Chile, you won't want to miss, which follows Miles' life and wine adventures in Chile.
Veteran saxophone player, Paul Sawtelle, has been paying his dues as a musician for over 30 years and he’s enjoyed every minute of it. As a top-shelf arranger, big band leader, funk, rock and blues band sideman, in-demand session player and featured soloist on scores of studio projects and live shows. He’s played for President Clinton, worked with Heart, opened for artists from Savoy Brown to Jonny Lang, appeared on national television shows and, in 2008, won a prestigious Spelleman Award, the Norwegian equivalent of The Grammy, for his horn arrangements and playing on Sony Music’s extraordinary blues band, Orbo and the Longshots album.
When asked about the first music that inspired him as a player, he didn’t hesitate. “The first Chicago Transit Authority album had a tremendous impact on me. The mixture of rock and horns was inspiring and fresh. Seeing that band for the first time live was magical.” He also couldn’t get enough of other groove and horn based bands and players like Tom Scott, Tower of Power, Janis Joplin, Moby Grape, Blood, Sweat & Tears, David Sanborn, Lenny Pickett, Grover Washington, Jr. & Stanley Turrentine.
The CD was recorded during the fall of 2014, at the legendary London Bridge Studio in Seattle with producer/engineer Geoff Ott. Paul gushed about the experience. “Geoff was laid back, patient and positive and he created an atmosphere conducive to artistic expression.” Jeffrey Ross, Kenny G’s first manager and no stranger to jazz, funk and R&B, served as Paul’s coach, mentor and co-producer during the sessions. http://www.paulsawtelle.com
Poppa L and CM Dub and Old School Flava Crew is bring you Super Soul Sunday only on Poetic Designs Radio at 4pm. As always making do what it do giving you nothing but the hits and this week where going to hit you with the super soul sounds of Al Green,Wilson Pickett and Blue Magic.Please feel free to tune in via ( 657)383-0107 and www.blogtalkradio.com/poeticdesignsradio
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Today's Guest: Mark Voger, author of 'Monster Mash: The Creepy, Kooky Monster Craze in America 1957-1972.'
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Key Interview Moments:
• 8:45 Squaring a fascination with monsters such as Dracula against the teachings of the Catholic church;
• 16:44 Monster memorabilia was the of many a childhood;
• 25:50 Bill Cosby was genuinely scared to death of Boris Karloff when the star of many Universal monster flicks guest starred on an episode of "I Spy" in the 1960s.
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Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto reports live from the Gettysburg Battle Reenactment, where, postponed from early July, Union and Confederate units reenact a portion of the Pickett's Charge assault.
Reenacting the American Civil War began even before the real fighting had ended. Civil War veterans recreated battles as a way to remember their fallen comrades and to teach others what the war was all about. The Great Reunion of 1913, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, was attended by more than 50,000 Union and Confederate veterans, and included reenactments of elements of the battle, including Pickett's Charge. Modern reenacting is thought to have begun during the 1961–1965 Civil War Centennial commemorations. Reenacting grew in popularity during the 1980s and 1990s, due in large part to the success of the 125th Anniversary reenactment near the original Manassas battlefield, which was attended by more than 6,000 reenactors. That year, Time magazine estimated there were more than 50,000 reenactors in the U.S
in Rock Music
Jawanza4Life!! – Introduces Sarah Dash
Queen Sarah Dash has sung with some of the greatest names in pop, rock, amd R&B-try The Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper, The Marshall Tucker Band, Laura Nyro, The o'Jays, Wilson Pickett and Bo Diddley among others. She has appeared on shows hundreds of renowned recording artists-from Keith Richards to Stevie Wonder. Sarah is of course, a founding member of Patti Labelle & The Bluebelles, morphing into Labelle in the 70,s.
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Our special guest is Sarah Dash of Labelle.
Flavor Living Radio Presents….Something yummy not gooey, maybe chewy. A little of this and a little of …wait what do I hear in the background… “Monster Mash”...a song by Bobby Pickett in 1962. A great song to listen to. After you hear this episode as we talk about good mix and match foods also known as Food-Mash-Ups with our surprise guest. Don’t forget to leave a comment and tell us what your favorites are.
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On Sunday, April 19th we chat with Beauty Entrepreneurs Ginger Johnson and Liz Pickett of the Ginger + Liz Colour Collection. The ladies will talk about what inspired them to create their own line of 5 Free nail polish. Also, we will get into the Business of Beauty. Join us, you won't be disappointed. Tell a friend so they can be inspired too. Our Tweetchat will be taking place at the same time, so look out for it by using the hashtag #BeautyLounge and #BeautyTalk
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