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  • 01:00

    Savage Money Stars

    in Fun

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  • 00:01

    Savage Burn Show

    in Sports

    Sports, politics and everything in between. 

  • 02:10

    Callywood Live with Zach Savage

    in Entertainment

    Callywood Live with Zach Savage

    Zach Savage was born in a small town in Northern Louisiana. He was adopted as an infant by a southern Baptist Minister and his family. Growing up in Louisiana proved to have its challenges. When Zach was three years old he began playing the drums and singing gospel music.

    As the years passed he continued to write and play music. By this time he’d learned to play several other instruments extremely well.  As he got older things changed again for Zach. He discovered HIP HOP music and he embraced it. He thought he had to be in the streets and doing drugs, living the lifestyle he assumed represented the culture. He started hanging out and doing drugs. And the drugs got him into trouble. He was given the option of going to Angola State Prison, the military or leaving the state for California. If he chose California he could never return to his home town. Zach chose California.

    When he landed in Cali, he started to play music again. This time he connected with likeminded people who were into music and philanthropy.  He felt he was finally home. As he continued to play and write music more people recognized that he was special, that he truly had a gift. A gift that was so undeniable he was signed by Mark Pitts at RCA.

    Zach lives in Los Angeles with his own family now. He continues to play and write music daily. If he is not feeding the homeless, he is painting, sketching, writing or rehearsing. “I know God has given me another opportunity to share my art. I want to do good things with my life,” says Zach.

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    in Music


  • 00:10

    Corey Ann Haydu: Rules for Stealing Stars

    in Women

    Families are complicated. If your grandchildren are facing issues that concern you, you’ll want to be sure to share this book with them. Rules for Stealing Stars is a touching story of secrets, complications and a tiny bit of magic in the real world. Join us as the author, Corey Ann Haydu, shares her tale growing up under the stars.

  • 01:00

    Savage money stars

    in Fun

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  • 00:52

    The Clones Of The Beast, Don't Remember Their Origin As Children Of The Stars

    in Lifestyle

    The Clones Of The Beast, Don't Remeber Their Origin As Children Of The Stars, People Of The Sun. The Real Live Original Immortals Superior Men And Women, The Original Creator To All Human Beings, And Mankind.

  • 01:01

    An Hour With Joel West

    in Comedy

    One of our favorite guests, the hilarious Joel West joins Savage & Starbuck for some funny, thought-provoking conversation.

    Joel West was born in Montreal and, when he was 14 and at summer camp, his parents moved to Toronto. After tracking them down, Joel also moved to Toronto. He has studied Improvisation at The Second City and has performed stand-up comedy across North America at clubs as diverse as The World Famous Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory in Hollywood, Flappers in Burbank, California, The Dallas Comedy Club and at Yuk Yuks Comedy clubs across Canada. As a child, he appeared as "Danny Tannenbaum" in the Oscar nominated feature Lies My Father Told Me and later in his life as Joe the Manager in Donna Lypchuck’s Tragedy of Manners at Theatre Passe Muraille. Joel is also an award winning short story writer and has had several short plays produced. He currently produces a regularly running comedy show at The Red Rocket coffee shop and was also assistant producer of Humber College's New Faces showcase at the Second City. He also produced Humber’s “Anti Industry Rejects Show” at the Comedy Bar. Joel is also probably the oldest honours graduate of the Humber College Comedy Writing and Performance program. Joel has opened for Gilbert Gottfried and last summer he appeared at the inaugural Border City Comedy Festival in Windsor. He regrets not being taller.

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    in Spirituality

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  • 00:31

    The Return of The Ron Savage Show

    in Blogs

    After a two year lay off the most talked about Former State Committee Member in the Bronx, New York  Ron Savage has returned back to Blog Talk Radio. He is better then ever and if you know Ron Savage you know his mouth has no hold back's, he speaks whats on his mind, and say's what he feels. Don't miss out as he gives you a run down of his pass two year lay off

  • 01:00

    An Hour With Marty Simpson

    in Comedy

    Marty Simpson doesn’t look like an All-American Football Player, a sports radio talk show host, or a national touring comedian. Let’s be honest, he looks like Dr. Phil's heavier brother.  Yet, he’s all of these things.

    He also doesn't look like he would have an amazingly beautiful wife which he's been happily married to for over 20 years, but that's true too!  Marty's comedy is rooted in his life experiences, which include antics with his wife, children, and golden doodles, as well as the occasional sports story. (But keep in mind, when Marty played football, he wasn't a real player, he was just the kicker!)

    Plus, Marty is a stand-up comedian who has quickly garnered national recognition after becoming the winner of the 2012 Clean Comedy Challenge. Since that time, you may have seen Marty opening for Saturday Night Live’s Dennis Miller (if you were at that one show, that one night), Tim Hawkins, Pauly Shore, and Last Comic Standing Winners, Jon Reep and John Heffron. Marty also was a featured performer recently at the Lifeway Main Event along side Dr. Tony Evans, The Kendrick Brothers, All-Pro Place-Kicker David Akers, and Coach Tommy Bowden.

    Marty stays busy at live stand-up shows throughout North America and has performed in venues from the 3 thousand seat Durham Performing Arts Center, all the way to Los Angeles’ Flappers Comedy Club. Marty has been a featured performer on Tim Hawkins’ Rockshow Comedy Tour and has performed for hundreds of churches across America and Canada.

    Marty’s fun-loving, self-deprecating comedy is focused on his experiences as a husband, dad, and former high school coach and teacher.