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The internet's favorite dance show comes to you every Thursday night at 700 PM right here on BTR. Scott Stamper, just in time for dinner, invites you to roll up the rug, push back the coffee table, and put on your dancing shoes for some of the best country music there is. As a special bonus, Scott also throws in your favorite dance songs from pop, rock, R&B, soul, funk, and disco as well. Get an early start to your weekend with Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall!
The year is coming to an end. Only 3 shows left for the year. Tonight we will re-visit some of our Hardest Dance Tracks played in 2014. Next week tune in to session 2 for our hardest Hip Hop tracks of '14. Always coming to you live from the corner of Kennedy and Lois in Tampa Fl. Tonight we are mixing from 10pm til 2am and going "live" at 11pm eastern time. For your "radio fix" tune in to blogtalkradio.com/drumz firstname.lastname@example.org for comments or questions. Dont forget to tune in January 12th 2015 for our NEW Music release show. All tracks played this year will be filed away forever. So tune in and lets re-visit some of 2014's hard dance sounds that made us move all year. Happy Holidays to all !!!!
Are you a fan of smoke-filled barrooms, sawdust covered dance floors, and the girls that all got prettier at closing time?
Or are you a fan of line dancing, partner dancing, and the dance halls that dot the landscape today?
If so, this is the show for you. Honky Tonk Saloon And Dance Hall celebrates all the great country music from the 50's thru the 90's that bring you to the dance floor, along with some classic rock and dance favorites that get you moving.
Every Thursday at 700PM join Scott Stamper for dinner and dancing at our very own dance hall. The admission is free, the people are great, and you'll have a great time. We guarantee it!
Thank you for tuning in to last week's broadcast! Hopefully some of our gutsy listeners chose to try the Body Detoxification tonic and are ready to share their results! Or how about placing the slice of red onion directly on your foot before going to bed? Notice any results (besides wet socks)?
If having soggy toes isn't your idea of a good time, then burn some incense, grab some herbal tea, and tune in.
Join the resident nurse, Lady Lathaya, and the holistic healer, Mz. Kilz, as we share a few new tips as well as perform an organic autopsy on the ugly but powerful little ginger root. Its healing qualities make it an essential nutrient to add to a healthy lifestyle. Just 'cause its on the far side of the supermarket doesn't mean you have to keep passing it by (ode to ole school hip-hop). Tune in and learn ways to benefit from and prepare this creepy looking piece of nature.
Live at 10 pm E/ 9 pm C on TheTAPI Network.
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November serves as both Lung Cancer Awareness Month and National COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Month so it's only fitting Root Cause Radio shares the secrets of optimal lung health. Tonight’s health panel features:
- Dr. Maxwell Nartey - therapeutic scientist, professor, author, and the founder of both Symptometry (Originator of Root Cause TherapeuticsTM) & the American School of Symptometry near Chicago, IL.
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As a part of her Dance with Bipolar, blog talk-radio series, Dr. Cathy Reimers (Doc) and Bipolar peer specialist, Meg Dog discuss the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on bipolar disorder. Studies have indicated that many people who have been diagnosed with bipolar also meet the criteria for PTSD. How are they related? If you struggle with both bipolar and PTSD could your depression get worse? Doc and Meg Dog answer these questions and any other questions that our “live callers” may have. Doc says: “Trauma is never pretty.” Meg Dog responds: “Ya, it’s pretty ugly.”
Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown.
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Music is divine, univeral and a tool to empower the youths.
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The program will explore how the Dances of Universal Peace can help to open the way toward conflict resolution. Over more than 45 years, the Dances of Universal Peace have traveled to as many as 50 countries, and more than 200 circles meet regularly in North America alone. The Dances help to bring people together in the spirit of understanding, cooperation, and peaceful co-existence, and help to awaken enduring peace in the hearts of all participants.
Adam Burke is a Certified Dance Leader and is in his 6th year serving on the Board of Directors of the non-profit org, Dances of Universal Peace North America, which serves the United States and Canada. Adam leads twice-monthly Dances in the Phoenix area and has led Dances, Kirtan and other sacred music as part of Peace gatherings and holiday celebrations at camps and retreats across the Southwest, Mid-West, Hawaii, and as far away as India.
Spiritual Dance and Walk
What was the music played and heard in the Danish days? Were there different styles of music? If so, how come?
What about dance? Were there different styles? If so, why?
What did residents do for entertainment?
Share your comments or ask Dr. Richardson your questions. Just pick up your phone and call 347-237-4374.
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Dance With Bipolar is a new radio blog series that views bipolar from a positive perspective. The name of blog was chosen for two reasons: 1. Similar to the contestants who put forth much effort to perform in the TV hit show Dancing With the Stars, those with bipolar and their effort put forth are “stars” every day of their lives to survive the hurt from people who don’t understand them and the deep pain from the illness itself. 2. Similar to dance, bipolar has many different rhythms such as chemical, sleep, and mood rhythms which all effect behavior. The purpose of the show is to embrace bipolar in a positive ways by utilizing problem solving, mindfulness and truth to develop new rhythms of behavior. This show is also for friends and family members to understand bipolar rhythms and learn to interact in positive ways to strengthen relationships. Meg Dog, Bipolar Specialist, and Doc, a NJ psychologist, invite you to dance with spirit of bipolar to learn, live and love. And believe, “ You are a star to survive your worst day, and we are all grateful that you did.”
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Tyson has been called an actor's, actor. Learning stage at The Harlem School of the Arts under James Pringle. His passion for the stage grew and later he was introduced to Rome Neal who gave Hall a residency at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. There he performed in plays written by Amiri Baraka and Ishmael Reed just to name a few. Hall worked on several independent films during the early stages of his career. The recognition from Susan Smith of Hopkins, Smith and Barden lead to him being casted in the movie "Paid In Full", Directed by Charles Stone lll, plus American Gangster and Kite. With endless appearances in Law & Order, The Wire and Oz - just to name a few - Tyson Hall has much to say! Tune in 7pm Sunday with host Nadine Michel
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