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ABOUT BRANDON MADDOX:
From sharing the stage with CMA nominee superstar Brett Eldredge, a recording featured in the Michael Ealy film Unconditional, acclaimed performances at clubs and festivals across the nation, to appearing on TV and radio shows in major markets and recordings produced by Doug Sisemore (Reba McEntire’s music director and band mate), recording artist/singer/songwriter Brandon Maddox has quickly established himself as one of country music’s rising stars. On the verge of breaking out nationally with his new recording The Bigger The Wheels, The Better The Man, the single has been selected as "The Monster Truck Song of 2014." The go-to song that celebrates the country lifestyle, Brandon was named the "2014 Lucas Oil Monster Truck Artist of the Year" and will be performing at all Lucas Oil Monster Truck Nationals and 4 Wheel Jamboree events.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT BRANDON AND HIS MUSIC ON THURSDAY, DEC. 18TH 8PM EASTERN TIME ON TAKE 2 RADIO MUSIC!
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, September 18th, 2014 at 3:00 PDT/ 6:00 EDT is Reba Engel, jewelry designer, metalsmith and former student of Jay Whaley!
We encourage you to participate in this live interview by logging into the chatroom or sending a message to Whaley Studio's Facebook Page.
About Reba: “Little did I know that my first jewelry project as a child, assembling broken pieces of my mother’s costume jewelry from a shoebox, would inspire a career! A high school class taught me the fundamentals of fabricating jewelry and I was hooked."
This passion for jewelry led to my first bold collection in 1999 — clearly an expression of my Bachelors in Applied Arts and a career in architectural design. These engineered pieces were cut out by my computer drawings and a water-jet system; a nontraditional metalsmithing process suggested to me by my college jewelry professor, Arline Fisch. As I construct the cast originals, I modify the technological feeling of the forms with hand applied finishes.
Over the years, my work has remained modern yet it has evolved with more fabricated designs and custom cut gemstones. My first job introduced me to the fashion industry where I spent several years and influenced my love for textiles, sewing, embroidery and hand painting fabric. From that inspiration, I developed a needlework series where I crochet chain and weave precious beads onto chain to drape like fabric as well as etch patterns onto metal in relief.
For more about Reba, visti her website and Facebook Page.
Tues. Dec 16th on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!
New Mexico Get A Way and Susana Gibson of TrailBlazer Magazine
GARY HOLT and co host TINA MAE WEBER are joined by SUSANA GIBSON publisher of TrailBlazer Magazine for a look back at 2014 and then travel to the High Desert of New Mexica to visit with DIANE WILTSHIRE and REBA WAGNER of Kiva RV and Horse Camp. You'll learn why New Mexico is called the "Land of Enchantment".
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Situations sits down with Reba Michelle Fay C.E.O. of Thick Models For Hire. This is the interview that was supposed to be broadcast on Friday Night November 28th. Apologies for the inconvenience regarding the technical difficulties of Friday night's broadcast.
News Anchor, reporter and mother of 5, Dolly McCarthy, is juggling her career, kids and laundry! In her "spare time," Dolly produces a weekly radio show. Tune in for good guests, good topics and at least one good laugh every Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m. CST. This week Dolly interviews singer, songwriter Jon Conover; Jody Bender from Loaves and Fishes community food pantry; and talks turkey with Veronica Porter from Ask Aunt V!
"Music soothes the savage beast" so the saying goes. Many outdoor, free concerts have quelled urban violence and unrest. A song can express deep pain and allow us to blow off steam. There is a lot of pent up frustration among youth, and it is unfortunately acted out in violence towards one another. This Friday, a panel of experts will take a look at the healing power of music as a peaceful solution to the crisis of violence in our homes, schools, and streets. There is a natural way to bring peace, without police, guns, or jail cells. Youth advocate Reba Brown discusses the upcoming program and how we can employ a nonviolent solution to the crisis of violence. Lawton Avery Merritt, author of Lil' Johnnie On The Block, discusses how to help young people recognize how they are being negatively influenced by the music they hear. Therapist Howard Williams looks at the psychological impact of today's music.
REBA McEntire has dissed Taylor Swift! The American country music artist and actress mocked the Love Story hitmaker for always writing songs about her ex-boyfriends.
the younger sister of pop star Britney Spears is no longer a teen. Jesse Ventura says he may consider getting back into politics if Ron Paul runs for president as an independent.
Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, and his guest, Lynn Barrington, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, Life, Songwriting and Writing Coach (www.LifeWithLynn.com), Literary Agent and Commercial Real Estate Agent. As far as caregiving goes, Lynn has been a caregiver for her Mom, Dad and brother, Joe; all whom have gone to Heaven now. Lynn has been in the entertainment business for 35 years. She began her career in Nashville, TN., working with Sound Stage Studio She started working at Paragon Music in 1977,then Ralph Carmichael hired her as Director of Copyright Development for Light/Lexicon Music. She learned about the craft of writing from artists and songwriters such as Andrae Crouch, The Winans, Reba Rambo and Donny McGuire to name a few. She worked closely with Michael W. Smith and Gary Chapman who were starting out as songwriters. Because she was the first woman in Contemporary Christian Music Publishing (in Nashville), she inadvertently opened the door for women in that industry. In the country and Christian music genres she has worked with Kathy Troccoli, Amy Grant, Sandi Patty, to Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Susan Ashton and most recently pitching songs to Bug Music Group, CMG, Warner Music and Integrity Music. Her new company, Big Bold Songwriting, has come from the many years of coaching songwriters and artists.
You won't want to miss this informative and moving interview. Thank You, Dave, www.DaveTheCaregiversCaregiver.com
Life is painful and impossible and breathtaking and beautiful. I have to write what I feel.
That’s where Victoria Banks' third album Indigo comes from. "These songs aren’t written to fit a genre, or to meet an expectation of a sound,” she says. “They’re built from bare-bones midnight recording sessions in my attic. They’re things that I need to say."
Victoria’s list of accolades as an artist is long. Her self-produced, self-penned records When You Can Fly and Never Be the Same made her 2009’s most nominated female artist in Canadian country music, earned her the 2010 CCMA Female Artist of the Year award, and sent her out on tour with superstars Reba McEntire, Wynonna Judd, Lonestar, Randy Travis and Johnny Reid.
Now a staff songwriter at Nashville’s RareSpark Media Group, Victoria’s impressive catalogue of hits includes 3 cuts by Sara Evans including “Can’t Stop Loving You” (a duet with Isaac Slade of The Fray), and the ASCAP and SOCAN-award-winning “Saints & Angels.” She penned Jessica Simpson’s Billboard record-breaking country debut “Come On Over,” X Factor winner Tate Stevens' “Ordinary Angels,” One More Girl’s breakout hit “When It Ain’t Raining,” Doc Walker’s chart-topping “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” and Johnny Reid’s smash “Dance With Me,” for which Victoria was named 2010 CCMA Songwriter of the Year.
Nikki's comedy colleague and pal Tom Brady joins our hyper-caffeinated trio for a stroll through some hot topics: platonic friendships Tom's engagement story, retroactive jealousy, more TSwift talk, soft rock love songs, first love vs future loves, is the first cut really the deepest?, Reba, how non-performers let off steam, break up / make up sex, compulsive snooping, how to know when a break-up was a good idea, social media anxiety disorder, texting bubbles, deal breakers.
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