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Since we focus on emerging artists at Music Friday Live!, we thought we would take a look at a prime source of those artists nationally, right here in Los Angeles, the Paramount Academy of Music. Paramount teaches playing and recording all genres of popular music – rock to jazz - with nationally known artists who record and play with headliners offer not only technique but music biz lessons and maybe a few connections. Music Director Carl Restivo who wrote and recorded with Wyclef Jean, and founding CEO Marisa Gariano will join us.
Sin Color is a South Los Angeles -based band that transforms traditional styles of music into pop soundscapes. Driven by the opera-trained voice of lead singer Crisia Regalado and the amazing guitar chops of David Aquino , the band mixes bossa nova, cumbia, and disco with indie pop into danceable beats and memorable hooks. They have played the major clubs in LA, been on NPR and are poised to move on to the next level.
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Today Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Aran Keating (Artistic Director) & Rob Bradley (Vocalist/Actor) of the Baltimore Rock Opera Society to the show!
The colossal worlds of rock and classical music converge in an epic musical fusion between Concert Artists of Baltimore (CAB) and the Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS): Convergence Maximus at Light City! A new edition of the 2014 musical event that the Baltimore Sun called “a giddy, thoroughly entertaining event” (Tim Smith, Baltimore Sun Online, December 31, 2014), will run for two nights as a part of Light City. This large scale musical event will feature CAB’s full orchestra and chorus accompanied by rock n’ roll musicians performing a diverse and captivating program of masterpieces from the classical repertoire and original selections from rock operas written here in Baltimore. The rapid-fire program will also feature large-scale immersive projections that will accompany each musical selection.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Bering Sea Gold's Opera Singing Gold Miner Emily Riedel.
New Season Premieres Wednesday, March 30 at 9pm ET/PT on Discovery
Emily is Nome, Alaska’s first and only female captain. She dives to the bottom of the frigid Bering Sea -- under thick sheets of ice -- looking for gold nuggets. Even more interesting, she’s an aspiring opera singer. And hopes to earn enough money to go professional. Here is a clip to see her in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3Es853VJRo
(Los Angeles, Calif.) – How do you land the biggest cleanup in BERING SEA GOLD history? In short: gamble. It’s the start of the summer mining season, and the dredgers of Nome, Alaska, face a new reality. With gold on the trusted Tomcod claim growing scarce, the miners risk everything to strike pay dirt. From state-of-the-art technology to untested remote claims, millions of dollars have been invested, which means the miners of BERING SEA GOLD face pressure like never before. It’s now or never when BERING SEA GOLD returns for an all-new season on Wednesday, March 30 at 9pm ET/PT on Discovery.
Welcome to Episode 27 of FTSports Podcast and this week of sports has been insane!
The NFL was open for business and the Soap Opera is moving forward. We talk about Peyton Manning, Calvin Johnson and notable Free Agent Signings.
The Rant of the Week comes from Allen Park, MI and the Detroit Lions.... YET AGAIN.
The State of Cleveland is a continued discussed from last week. Is fans considered "Cavs Fans" or "LeBron Supporters". Are the Warriors better or worse this season with Steve Kerr on the bench??
March Madness is coming and FTSports will have our First Bracket Challenge to fans with $$ on the line!!
Don't miss this week of FTSports Podcast
YJoin Derrick and Tina as they welcome author & radio host, Crystal Mayo. Crystal is the author of "Relationship Bible; Training Your Two-Legged Puppy Before He Matures into a Dog."
Native Detroiter Crystal Mayo is a former newspaper publisher, journalist, restaurateur, entrepreneur, and playwright/producer. As a single mom, the love of her life is her son, Solomon, who is majoring in biology. Besides writing, Crystal enjoys preparing home-cooked dishes from scratch, fishing, dancing, visiting museums, and going to the opera. Crystal is currently completing the final chapters of her next book, "The House of Jezebel."
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Kinderjazz is a 12 piece fully acoustic swing orchestra, featuring some of the best musicians in Australia. They have opened Manly Jazz Festival in 1998, and since then, have performed at the Sydney Opera House, Daring Harbour, the Teddy Bear’s Picnic at Parramatta Stadium, to more than 10,000 families, Carols in the Domain 2000 on Channel 7, Stadium Australia and many major venues around Australia.
“We are passionately committed to bringing the magical world of music and its instruments to children of all ages.”
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Nicole Franz, web editor at the Northwest Herald with Shaw Media, and Jason Pfrommer, features writer with Shaw Media discuss some of the anticipated blockbusters coming up this summer.
Franz and Pfrommer also talk about the unexpected death of rock icon, Prince. 29:50
Franz along with Valerie Katzenstein, features editor at the Northwest Herald with Shaw Media, discuss Game of Thrones, season 6, episode 1. 21:25 - 29:10
Jami Kunzer, entertainment editor at the Northwest Herald with Shaw Media, interviews Petar Kecenovici of Classical Blast. Kecenovicitalks a bit about his latest album, "Metamorphosis," as well as the band's upcoming performance at the Woodstock Opera House on April 29th. Take a listen to Classical Blast's mash up of Phil Collins', "In the Air Tonight" and Handle's "Sarabande" following the interview. 35:34
Madelyn Victoria grew up in Texas, performing in public for the first time, during a local Christmas Pageant, at age 5. She continued performing and singing throughout her youth, at local competitions and pageants, earning awards and recognition as one of the area’s top young performers. Her passion for songwriting began at age 13. In 2007, Madelyn competed in the Modeling Association of America International Competition and Convention in New York, where she won the vocal competition, singing Sara Evans’ hit “Real Fine Place to Start.” That same year, Madelyn auditioned to perform with the Radio Disney Superstars of Dallas, was selected, and opened for pop boy band sensation, The Jonas Brothers. In high school, Madelyn studied both Opera and Mariachi, winning accolades in both categories, all the while honing her guitar skills. In December of 2012, Madelyn performed in Las Vegas (Planet Hollywood and at the NFR Rodeo) as the Shania Twain Sing-Off Contest Winner.
Madelyn’s latest single release with Star 1 Records and MTS is “He Only Loves Me On The Dancefloor.”
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WAYNE KING & Orchestra Sylvia / Sweethearts – Waltz
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1936 Victor #25528 78rpm WAYNE KING & Orchestra Sylvia / Sweethearts – Waltz
Wayne King & His Orchestra
Record # 25528
Date: 1936? Release Year 1939
Genre Dance Orchestra
Side A: Sweethearts - Waltz
If You Ask Where Love Is Found...
From the Comic Opera Sweethearts (Novios)
Composers Robert B Smith - Victor Herbert
Side B: SYLVIA - Waltz
Composer Oley Speaks
Wayne King (February 16, 1901 – July 16, 1985) was an American musician, songwriter, singer and orchestra leader with a long association with both NBC and CBS. He was sometimes referred to as the Waltz King because much of his most popular music involved waltzes; "The Waltz You Saved for Me" was his standard set closing song in live performance and on numerous radio broadcasts at the height of his career
Miss me, I'm back with "Friday Traffic Jams with Lennis", Queen of The Northwest New Time, show is now at 5pm PST or 8pm EST. Music variety, Jazz, R & B, Contemporary, Country, Holiday, and Opera (yes Opera), and some orchestra music as well. Phone to show: 646 - 727 - 2914. Always a blast from the past, good music, beautiful memories. So stump your feet, snap your fingers, and twist those hips, lol lol. Let's enjoy the end of the week with a smile, fun, and laughter. Thank you for joining and supporting the show, we are grateful.
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Huffington Post columnist Rachel Thompson and Critic/writer/columnist for Night Owl Magazine and Affaire De Couer Bennet Pomerantz discuss media topics with guests.
Sarah Zettel is an award winning genre writer. Born in Sacramento California, but her family so moved from to New York State and from there to Michigan, where she has lived ever since, with the exception of a year in Florida right out of college. She got the writing bug young, and started drawing and writing stories very shortly after she learned how to read. It was the book, The Tombs of Autuan by Ursula K. Le Guin, that cemented her desire to be a writer. Her first short story was published in 1986, and her first novel, the space opera RECLAMATION appeared eight years later. Since then, she has written over 30 novels under 5 different names, across the whole range of genres, , including science fiction, fantasy, young adult, romance and mystery.