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What a week. English derbys, Carling Cup upsets, MLS playoff madness and more. Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are here to cover it all for you. We'll take a look at the week that was and the weekend that will be. Chelsea drop yet another Premier League game before being dumped out of the Capital One Cup by Stoke City as pressure mounts on Jose Mourinho heading into Saturdays' match with Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp. In Manchester the derby disappointed with a dull 0-0 draw before United were blown out of the Capital One Cup by a lower division side. Back stateside, Didier Drogba scored his 12th goal in 12 matches to lead Montreal into the Eastern Conference Semifinals, while Seattle dethroned the LA Galaxy knocking them out 3-2 in a wild one in Seattle. Speaking of wild....we'll tell you about the Portland v Sporting Kansas City game that saw every player on the field take a penalty as Portland moved onto the Western Conference Semifinals against Northwest rival Vancouver. We'll preview the semifinals for you and give our predictions as we head into the first leg. Don't miss Heinzo's Halloween edition of the World XI, and Staubers' Bottom 3. It's all here on From The Touchline in Seattle. Catch us at Noon EST, 9am PST.
Staubs and Heinzo are back for another great episode of From The Touchline in Seattle. It's El Classico week and we'll have all the information you need for tomorrow's much anticipated Real Madrid v Barcelona match. Will Messi play? Will he score if he does? The Premier League returns after an international break and Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool face Manchester City in what will prove to be an intersting match no matter what the outcome. United travel to Watford without Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial and Chelsea try to get on track against Norwich. We'll bring in Sam Laity to talk about the Premier League and get his thoughts on the weekend. The final four teams qualified for EURO 2016 and we'll get to that, as well as a preview of the coming Champions League games next week and the MLS Playoffs on Sunday. Of course it wouldn't be a show without Heinzo's World XI and Stauber's Bottom 3. We've got it here for you today!!
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Isaiah Dominguez: With an iPhone full of audio memos, a new mentality, and a different city of unfamiliar views, Seattle-based singer/songwriter he returns with a batch of his most honest and thoughtful songs to date.
Isaiah has been adamant about representing his hometown of Olympia, no matter where life takes him and his music reflects it. His style, a unique blend of folk and pop/rock, has developed and evolved over the years through various influences. His previous music endeavors reflect this statement; Dominguez fronted the pop/punk band, Take Me Instead, for several years, playing with the likes of The Story So Far, Shoreline Drive, and Dylan Jakobson, before disbanding 2012 and launching into an era of self-discovery. The band’s breakup was bittersweet, Dominguez said. As a solo artist, he is now able to express himself with more freedom.https://www.facebook.com/isaiahjdominguez/timeline
Andrew Landers has spent 2 decades playing his narrative in the unsung Americana Folk genre, a colorful brainy singer songwriter who shares the stage with a myriad of national artists. With 11 records to his name, he is the epitome of what a modern day traveling corduroy storytelling troubadour sounds and feels like.
Ed Rowell (Author & Speaker) "Andrew is not at all that hard to figure out. He's just a neo-hippy poet musing on theology and sociology from a post-modern perspective. He simply finds the sacred in the ordinary, the humor in the serious, and the tranquil in the noise that surrounds us all." http://www.andrewlanders.com
We open season two with a look back at all that has transpired over the summer and early fall. From the failure of Seattle NHL groups to apply for expansion to the latest shenanigans from the Port.
From The Touchline in Seattle returns this week to talk world soccer. Former FTTL co host and current Seattle Reign assistant manager Sam Laity comes on the show to talk Premier League, European Championships and World Cup Qualifying. We'll talk about the USA and their upcoming games in World Cup qualifying, along with an update on the MLS Playoffs and the state of the Seattle Sounders after dropping out yet again. Former Irish International Fran O'Brien comes on to talk Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp, along with Chelsea and their disgruntled manager Jose Mourinho. We'll have Heinzo's World XI and Stauber's Bottom III. All Friday at Noon EST, 9amPST.
Staubs and Heinzo are back to drive you through another week of world soccer. From the Champions League to the Premier League to the MLS playoffs, we've got it all. Another Arsenal meltdown? Check. LVG finally playing Rooney as a 10? Check. Check. Mourinho banned for what could be his final match? Check. Heinzo with an Arsene Wenger impersonation? We can only hope. From The Touchline in Seattle has it all for you this morning!
Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen return to the airwaves again this week to cover the world of soccer from a Seattle perspective. The boys will dive into the Barclay's Premier League and talk about the first potential managerial sacking of the season. Will it be Brendan Rogers? Maybe Dick Advocaat, or perhaps Steve McLaren? Chelsea v Arsenal provided the typical fireworks and Staubs and Heinzo will talk Mourinho, Costa, and of course Ansene Wenger. Manchester United seems to have found the #9 they have been looking for in new teenage sensation Anthony Martial. See what they have to say about all things Premier League. The CONCACAF Champions League is moving to the knockout rounds and the boys will cover the remaining 8 teams and their chances of winning. Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mueller have taken goal scoring to another level for Bayern Munich and the boys will talk about this fantastic duo and the chances it gives Munich for a UEFA Champions League title this year. The MLS season is coming to a close and playoff spots are at a premium. Will Portland make it? Will Didier Drogba lead Montreal into the playoffs? Will Seattle's late season signings and resurgence put them on the same level as LA Galaxy heading into the playoffs? All questions MLS will be answered along with Stauber's Bottom 3 and Heinzo's World XI. Catch them Friday at 9am PST noon EST.
Northern Shakedown is a concoction of alternative rock and hip-hop brewed from the musical cauldron that is Seattle, WA. Truly a band of brothers, they have become a unifying force among music fans from a diverse set of genres.
The members of Northern Shakedown have been playing together from a very young age. As brothers, Ben (drums) and Tyler (guitar/vocals) started their musical journeys in grade school, playing in school bands, choirs, and at their home church where their father pastored. Jabreel (keys/vocals) and Solomon (bass guitar), also brothers, began attending and playing music at the same church during middle school and the four became close friends.
Over 10 years later, they are as tight as ever and have channeled their passion toward the creation of heartfelt original music featuring a well-rounded display of energetic hip-hop and dance, focused rhythm, and soulful melodies. https://www.facebook.com/NorthernShakedown/timeline
Join us for our Campfire Musician's show with Host Lady Selah SuJuris and Jazz Musician and Vocalist Billy Brandt!
Seattle based featured in The Big Gig, 13 Coins, Salty's, The Music Aquarium
Featuring songs from CD: The Ballad of Larry's Neighbor
Baby Is Blue
All Route 66 Tripper Blues with Carrie Wicks
Mon Amor Est Parti
House of Grace (Amazing Grace Rendition)
Our Guest is Daniel Hoyos Seattle Shorts Film Festival Director!!
The Seattle Shorts Film Festival Celebrates 5 Years by Doubling in Size Seattle Shorts Film Festival returns in 2015 with twice the number of exceptional films to showcase for local audiences. After record breaking submissions, filmmaker attendance, and sold out screenings last year, the 5- year-old festival has expanded to two days, November 14th and 15th. The weekend will be bring film lovers together through Q&A’s, networking events, and an awards ceremony on Sunday the 15th. The Seattle Shorts Film Festival brings Seattle film lovers the very best of short films from around the globe. nter. For a full listing of films, special events and upcoming announcements visit www.SeattleShort.org
The Arizona Cardinals got what they needed on Sunday Night Football. They got a signature win against the two-time defending NFC champs in Seattle, defeating them 39-32 on Sunday Night Football. The win gives the Cardinals a three-game lead in the division with seven games to go and drops the Seahawks to 4-5, which puts them along with five other teams with the same record, two games back of the final wold card spot.
In the newest All-Cardinals show, hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox talk about the significance of the win and what it means to the team. Jess speaks of how this win was the result of other games and what they learned, and they both talk about minimum expectations for the rest of the season and what their ceiling could be.
They go over the good and the not so good in the win as well, talking about the play of Carson Palmer, Michael Floyd and others.
GIve the show a listen and head over to Revenge of the Birds for more great Cardinals content.