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At age 3, Scarlett Rabe began intense training as a classical pianist. By 4, she was university level piano student. By 7, she was performing 17 minute solos with the symphony orchestra. And, she’s one of those freaks with perfect pitch. But… today, Scarlett is more about ROCK than Rachmaninoff. Modern beats with a retro feel. Lyrics to crave. Her original pop songs are both musically intelligent and totally hooky. Scarlett dropped by recentlyto talk about her debut pop EP LOVE SCARS.
At age 3, Scarlett Rabe began intense training as a classical pianist. By 4, she was university level piano student. By 7, she was performing 17 minute solos with the symphony orchestra. And, she’s one of those freaks with perfect pitch. But… today, Scarlett is more about ROCK than Rachmaninoff. Modern beats with a retro feel. Lyrics to crave. Her original pop songsare both musically intelligent and totally hooky. Scarlett drops by on Friday, 10/5 at 9pm EST to talk about her debut pop EP LOVE SCARS.
At age 3, Scarlett Rabe began intense training as a classical pianist. By 4, she was university level piano student. By 7, she was performing 17 minute solos with the symphony orchestra. And, she’s one of those freaks with perfect pitch. But… today, Scarlett is more about ROCK than Rachmaninoff.
Modern beats with a retro feel. Lyrics to crave. Her original pop songs are both musically intelligent and totally hooky. Scarlett dropped by recentlyto talk about her latest EP "Scarlett".
The Greg DeMarco Show says farewell in their final episode!
For three-and-a-half years, Greg DeMarco and Patrick O'Dowd have taken the air waves by storm with their in your face approach to the insane world of professional wrestling and sports entertainment. They've been called every name in the book--good and bad--and always came back for more!
Celebrating one of the best guest lists in independent radio with names like ECW/WWE/WCW legend "The Franchise" Shane Douglas, former TNA superstar "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels, former WWE superstar Chris Masters and so many more, each edition of the GDMS was a can't miss show.
During the show's run, 15 women have become "DeMarcettes," living up to Su Yung's proclamation of "We're Beautiful and We Wrestle!" DeMarcettes have included Buggy Nova, Terra Calaway, Barbi Hayden, Veda Scott, Scarlett Bordeaux, Su Yung, Allie Parker, Cherry Bomb, Jessie Belle, Nikki St. John, Taeler Hendrix, The Blossom Twins (Hannah and Holly), Heather Lynn and Tessa Blanchard...each entertaining the masses of GDMS listeners on a weekly basis.
The final episode promises to be full of fun and surprises, and cannot be missed! Take one final opportunity to call in live before Greg & Patrick deliver one last set of Quick Hits and sign off for good.
Announced guests include:
"The Greek God" Papadon
Playboy Bunny Jessy Erinn
Call in # (347) 633-9365
Chad Wilson talks the latest in high school football and college football recruiting on the GridironStuds Show
- 10:15 Jordan Scarlett top 2015 RB and University of Miami commit talks recruiting, commitment and more
- 10:45 Damon Arnette DB for St. Thomas Aquinas and recent South Carolina commit talks recruiting, Ohio St. trip and more
- college football recruiting talk
- high school football talk
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The 80's hair metal is not dead! Scarlett Gypsy of York, PA is a glam metal/hard rock band that delivers a great new refreshing sound of old school rock complete with blazing guitar riffs, melodic vocals and infectious hooks straight to you with the volume cranked up high!!! Scarlett Gypsy is based out of York, PA and is David Mathew on Lead Vocals, Steve Plonk on Guitar & Vocals, Robert Douglas on Bass & Vocals and Scotty Scarlett on Drums & Vocals. Together these four combined create a great new refreshing sound of old school rock complete with blazing guitar riffs, melodic vocals and infectious hooks.
They have an upcoming album release in June, so listen in for details!
Make sure to join Keeping It For Real #101 from Prophetess Ellen Bynum Ministries with your host: Prophetess Ellen Bynum and my co-host: Prophetess Lanie Scarlett from Missing PEACE Ministries. We will both share in Wounded on the Battlefield Part II the process of healing and deliverance in a wounded heart. If you missed Wounded in the Battlefield Part I you are encourage to do so.
Join Keeping It For Real #101 with your Host: Prophetess Ellen Bynum from Prophetess Ellen Bynum Ministries Inc., N.C. and my Co-Host: Prophetess Lanie Scarlett from Missing PEACE Ministries. We will share hour life experience of being wounded on the battlefield. Too many Christians today are being wounded on the battlefield by their brothers and sisters in the Lord. How can we be fully equip with the full armor of God daily, and Christian are being wounded and left to die on the battlefield?
Actress, musician, game inventor, writer and model Hilary Shepard started her career as a model for the likes of Gianni Versace and Diane Von Furstenberg and soon began acting, joining the world famous comedy improv group, The Groundlings, alongside Phil Hartman and Kathy Griffin. She simultaneously formed the all-girl rock band, American Girls, and played bass, percussion, and co- wrote all the songs for their 1984 album on IRS Records. Her songs were featured in the movies Tough Guys and Troop Beverly Hills, which she also appeared in.
Hilary has starred in over 23 movies including Private Resort, starring opposite Johnny Depp, and is best known for playing the evil queen, Divatox, in the movie Power Rangers: a Turbo Adventure. Besides reprising her role as Divatox on the television series, she also re-occurred on television in Star Trek Deep Space 9 and appeared on pretty much every iconic TV show from the 80ies and 90ies from Family Ties and Full House to the Golden Girls and Doctor Doctor.
Hilary also co-invented the best-selling award winning board games LIEbrary, Famous Last Lines, and Call it! with her best friend, actress Daryl Hannah. As a writer she co-created the CBC sitcom "Material World" that won a Geni for Best New Show and her personal essays have appeared on the websites Freshyarn, CrazySexyLife, and The Conversation.
She is author of a new book, SHESUS. Hilary's 16 year old daughter, popular teen model Scarlett Turner posed for the cover of the book which was shot by her other daughter, award winning photographer Cassidy Turner.
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Movie Addict HQ celebrates the 75th Anniversary of Gone with the Wind, one of the most successful films of all time. Film historian James Colt Harrison and Classic Film Guide founder Diana Saenger plan to join the festivities. Plus, Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne has been invited to call in. Listeners will also hear a clip from Cammie King Conlon's interview about playing Rhett and Scarlett's doomed daughter, Bonnie Blue Butler.
Gone with the Wind, released in 1939, received 10 Oscars. It has been screened millions of times throughout the world. Fans of this beloved epic continue to celebrate the movie at various GWTW conventions. To honor this important anniversary, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) has teamed up with Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Fathom Events and The Harry Ransom Center for a multi-tiered celebration that includes a new Blu-ray release, screenings at over 600 theaters, an exhibit and new book on the making of the film, and a special screening of the movie on Turner Classic Movies. These activities are scheduled for the last part of September and early October.
The late Cammie King Conlon, author of Bonnie Blue Butler: A Gone with the Wind Memoir, visited Movie Addict HQ four years ago to discuss her delightful book, which is filled with fascinating inside information concerning what happened on and off the set, including what it was like to work with Clark Gable and director Victor Fleming. Movie fans should enjoy hearing about these experiences in the clip from her terrific interview.
With the film industry releasing movies at an accelerated rate, we take a moment to notice how the powers have changed, in favor for the women of film. More adventurous, less yielding to commonality, more commanding while changing the true landscape of cinema. We've chosen, but a few of the many for our focus on the show's theme. Join in and tell us who your favorites are. Some picks are on longevity, some on body of work, and yet some on the excitement their character portrayals have created....What do you think?
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