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This weeks my guests are Seymour Swan (1-1:30pm est) and Kevin J. Willams (1:30-2pm est).
Seymour has the distinction of being the producer of NYC's longest running comedy show. His Saturday night show at New York Comedy Club has been goingstrong for over 25 years. We'll discuss what it takes to have staying power in this brutal business.
Kevin J. Williams is not only a hot up-and-coming comedian on the NYC comedy scene, he is also a life-coach. Today he will talk about how to stay positive and maintain and sence of peace and thankfulness in a career choice that is teeming with stress and anxiety.
Comic-to-Comic is a weekly opportunity for comedians from all over to gain important information that will help them personally and in their comedy careers. Each week, WazeOut Radio and Host Barbara Perez brings you two guests: from 1-1:30 people influencial to the comedy world will bring their insight and expertise. From 1:30-2pm current comedians share their stories and what they have done and are doing to move up in this highly competitive business. Stay tuned, you might just learn something!
Founder of His Kidz United, Jimmy Swan, recognized a gap in the supply of uplifting Christian music kids can truly appreciate. Just released His Kidz United CD series, features kid-sung versions of today’s top Christian hits, including Overcomer by Mandisa, Shake by MercyMe, and Speak Life by TobyMac.
"Up until now, there have been no other products like His Kidz United CDs," says Jimmy Swan, executive producer of the project. "Why wouldn't parents want to invest in positive Christian music for their children? And while the music is focusing on kids ages 5 to 14, we're finding that young adults and even parents enjoy listening to the music, too!"
The His Kidz United series is slated to release four new volumes per year. Each album offers 16 popular favorites plus two bonus originals.
For more information, visit HisKidzUnited.com or like on Facebook at facebook.com/HisKidzUnited.
Featured songs on program:
Overcomer made popular by Mandisa
Whom Shall I Fear (God Of Angel Armies) made popular by Chris Tomlin
Shake made popular by MercyMe
Hallelujah made popular by Not Called Common
Swan Racing announced today that they could shut down due to lack of funding. Talking in Circles covered this when it was announced. Our thoughts on why this team is where they are right now. We're looking for your thoughts too. Call in and talk about it. We will also discuss what we think is next for Swan Racing, and if there is a future of the time, what that future has in store for them.
Brandon and Clayton's view on the new deal where Swan Racing has been sold to two different organizations. Brandon thinks that NASCAR has opened a loop hole. Bob Pockrass wrote an article on NASCAR making night races during the week. Brandon and Clayton also discuss this possibility and why Brandon thinks this is a good idea. Also, it's Wednesday, so it's the preview for the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond this weekend. We'll pick our winners and see who we think need to have big weeks.
Live Broadcast of May 26th, 2012 Episode
Synopsis: A laboratory Guinea Pig named Seymour is adopted by an Animal Rights Activist. In his new home, he rooms with two other Guinea Pigs that have started a special group called "Kavy Kappa". To earn his place, Seymour is put under an intiation ritual. But can he survive living up to their standards? Along the way, he receives help from an unlikely spirit.
Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Starring: Tim Pylypiuk and Phoebe Murer
Music By: Danny Elfman, Gavin Friday & Maurice Seezer, Tennesse Ernie Ford, Chris Montez, and The Carpenters
The events that took place at Azusa Street in the early 1900's forever changed the course of Christianity and brought the truth of God's word back to the forefront. We will briefly examine this miracle revival and the man called by God to lead this movement, Elder William Seymour. Plus discussion on current events.
The Chad Report brings you the latest in news, sports and entertainment, mixed with a wide variety of music! On this episode, Chad and Jeff report and discuss topics including Russian citizens create a makeshift memorial and apologize for the Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 tragedy, Texas Governor Rick Perry announces plans to send 1,000 National Guard troops to the Texas border, Former NFL Head Coach Tony Dungy says that he would not have drafted Michael Sam, Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel has the top selling jersey in the NFL, late actor Philip Seymour Hoffman left no money to his children in his will, Robert Downey Jr. tops Forbes highest paid actors list and much, much more!
On May 3, 1914, Erwin (Cannonball) Baker of Indianapolis, Indiana rode a 1914 Indian 7 horsepower motorcycle from San Diego, California to New York City. He did that ride in only 11 1/2 days breaking the previous record and earning the name Cannon Ball from a New York journalist who was obviously impressed with the record ride. The name was to remain a part of Erwin Baker for the rest of his life through today.
The Cannon Ball Project retraced the route taken by Baker in 1914. Don Emde utilized the actual written notes of Baker’s to recreate, as close as possible the original adventure. The Daytona 200 winner, who by the way is part of the only Father/Son team to ever win the historic 200, invited close friends to join him on the great adventure.
Tonight on Talking Motorcycles, Emde and Tom Seymour of Saddlemen Seats, Saddlebags and Luggage will reveal inside information about the ride, what inspired them and how it felt to complete the retracing of one of the most famous cross America rides in the history of our country.
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Issues of the Day discussed by Bill and guests.
Welcome to Bill Martinez Live, a nationally syndicated talk radio show that is committed to solutions over partisanship…involvement over invalidation…The United States over party politics. The best answers come when we are all engaged, involved and united for everyone’s higher good.
In the first hour, we're talking with military vet, blogger and PJ Media contributor, Bryan Preston. The question is, Wih the border chaos, is the President helping or hurting? The Weekly Standard's assistant editor, Ethan Epstein talks about how far does Israel have to go before Hamas agrees to a cease fire (peace deal?), if that's even possible? And then Jen Horn, BML's Cultural Cusadertte talks Box Office & Cultural News including the Tim McGraw "slap down" of a fan, Robert Downey Jr, Shania Twain saying good-bye to Vegas, & Philip Seymour Hoffman's estate being settled.
Hour two features Todd Akin who's back to have his say. And Jason Matera talks about taking down Hillary Clinton at a book signing and other fun ambushes. See more at: http://billmartinezlive.com/about-the-program/#sthash.tooJ0atj.dpuf
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