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  • 00:35

    Xander Demos Guitar Shop TV's New Artist of the Year for Shred Metal Guitar

    in Music

    NWP welcomes Xander Demos! Xander is one of today’s premier shred metal guitarists.


     Performing in excess of 100 times a year, he is active in recording collaborations with artists all over the world. In August 2012, he was named Guitar Shop TV’s New Artist Showcase Winner. Xanders metal guitar instrumental cd "Guitarcadia" is a guitar lovers dream!  His youtube videos have gone viral, as people around the world, marvel at his mastery of the electric guitar.


    Xander has been making quite the name for himself  by appearing as support for acts like Symphony X, Adrenaline Mob, Buckethead, UFO, Lizzy Borden, Kip Winger, Neil Zaza and Dio Disciples. He has had two #1 Metal and Progressive music videos on Myspace, with his videos “Right Angles” and “Chase The Sun.”    www.xanderdemos.com 


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  • 00:30

    Stories Behind The Music- Lost Rider's Biography Series Of Famous Guitar Players

    in Music

    Eddie Van Halen...Dutch born Eddie van Halen relocated with his brother Alex and family to the U.S. in 1962. The grew up in Pasedena, California and showed an early aptitude for musi (Alex as a drummer and Edward as a guitarist). While still at high school, he formed the band originally known as Mammoth but subsequently re-christened Van Halen with singer David Lee Roth and bassist Mike Anthony. The band became a popular local attraction through a combination of loud and energetic heavy metal and Roth’s very tight trousers! Due to the inability to attract a record deal, they began promoting own gigs; using every possible attention-grabbing trick like parachuting into stadiums to upstage the headlining band.

  • 02:03

    Regina Baraban talks multi-generational travel; Bobby Mack will talk Guitar!

    in Self Help

    We will be speaking with Regina Baraban, co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of GenerationsGo.com, a travel journalism website that covers trips, hotels, and getaways appropriate for grownup, time-stressed travelers; personal insights and observations about travel; and a variety of articles on interesting, off-the-beaten-path vacation options for the multigenerational travel geared to today’s modern family.  Regina will join us to talk about this new trend of multi-generational travel.


    Then Bobby Mack will talk about some Texas guitar playin all Live in Austin, Texas! 5-7 PM CDST 

  • 00:31

    Stories Behind The Music- Stevie Ray Vaughn- Lost Rider's Biography Series

    in Music

    Lost Rider's "legends of Rock" Biography Series of Famous Guitar Players and Bands continues with the Legendary, Stevie Ray Vaughn. Stevie Ray Vaughan, who died just 36 days short of his 36th birthday, played with blistering, note-bending intensity, a gut-wrenching vibrato and tons of soul. His all-too abbreviated legacy-five albums as a leader and a number of powerful sideman stints - ended with a long overdue collaboration with older brother Jimmie Lee Vaughan, on the posthumously released Family Style. A well-balanced mixture of driving rock and roll, smooth R&B, earthy funk and heartfelt blues, the album took SRV full circle, back to his South Dallas days, paying tribute to the music the Vaughan boys listened to and loved in the Sixties and Seventies.

  • 03:00

    RELIEF FROM STRESS

    in Wrestling

    Today on The Boochcast, Booch talks about trying to tape an episode for Memorial Day, The Tweeter And Booch Test Show, Celebrating his brother's Birthday at The Shakesphere Tavern, Ethopian Cuisine, Desmond calls in to talk about the difference between playing Dead Or Alive on a 12 string vs. a 6 string, Cell Phone Problems, his sister's miscarriage, and What happened last week in the world of wrestling. Elvis calls in to talk about Kevin Owens, how Triple H knows what the fans want, and his hatred for Zack Ryder. Then Booch and Desmond recap Monday Night RAW.

  • 00:32

    The Hay Girls Show presents Andrew Jadyn of The Old Storm

    in Indie Music

    Accoustic Guitar session with Andrew Jadyn of The Old Storm. We will be LIVE again on KWOD, sharing our local Arizona grown, Fiercely Independent Musical groups.

  • 01:18

    CoffeeTalk JAZZ Radio chats with Guitarist & Composer Blake Aaron 5-26 at 12:00p

    in Music

    CoffeeTalk Jazz thrives off of multiple platforms reaching numerous markets through a single point of contact. We connect our artists, musicians and our advertisers to the industry professionals. We know you have a choice in where to invest your advertising dollars, but we hope that you’ll choose CoffeeTalk Jazz.


    Blake Aaron Spins soulful guitar tales on his fifth alnum "Soul Stories." Weaving engaging narratives through a traid of guitar of voices.


    Want to get your message out in a BIG way. ADVERTISE through our award-winning network. For additonal details visit our website. www.CoffeeTalkJazzRadio.com Click the advetisng Tab.


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    Be sure to place your order for CoffeeTalk JAZZ Radio and Magazine T-shirt. Shop our store. CoffeeTalkJazzRadio.com Click on our store link.

  • 01:03

    Inspiring Christian Fiction with Buck Storm & Karen Prough on Speak UP!

    in Christianity

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott interviews two Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas authors, Buck Storm and Karen Campbell Prough.


    Buck Storm grew up in Yuma, Arizona—a true son of the American Southwest. He's marked time as a commercial diver, fisherman, sailor, and musician. As a singer/songwriter and purveyor of tales, he's bounced around the planet with a guitar and a pocketful of stories and has made friends in venues across the country. Whether lyrics or prose, Buck writes about this mixed-up, out of control, beautiful cacophony we call humanity. Buck and his wife Michelle have a happy love story, a hideout in North Idaho, and two wonderful children. The Miracle Man is his first novel.


    Karen Campbell Prough grew up with a love for old books and steadfast characters. She spent some of her childhood entertaining younger brothers with short stories created by a wild imagination. She and her husband Edward have often camped in the Georgia Mountains, and there she placed the characters of her first book, The Girl Called Ella Dessa.

  • 00:32

    GMan on the DrCal Hour of Insight

    in Music

    The Gman, (Greg Mullins Sr.) will be stopping by the show to give us an update on his new projects. This veteran musician who is known for his great Bass guitar skills as he stays active on the circuit while producing artists like Moon Chylde and many others. We will share some of his new music and a little conversation, with your host DrCal 

  • REMINISCING WITH LITTLE RIVER BAND'S WAYNE NELSON

    in Entertainment

    Lead singer and bass guitar player, song writer and co-writer for the Little River Band, Wayne Nelson has been playing bass and singing lead vocals with the band for more than 30 years. Nelson will be reminiscing with Halli when he joins her at the table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, May 20, 3 pm ET.


    The Little River Band originally formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 1975. Nelson came on board in 1979 the first American to join the band. All told, LRB has sold more than 30 million records and achieved 13 U.S. Top 40 hits, most notably Reminiscing, Lonesome Loser, Cool Change, The Night Owls and Take It Easy on Me, the latter two songs featuring lead vocals by Nelson, along with his considerable talent as a bass guitarist, his funk bass skills distinguishing him early in the band’s history. Just as compelling as the story of the band is Nelson’s personal life a story of extreme highs and tragic lows. 


    Reminiscing with Little River Band’s Wayne Nelson, Halli’s guest for the hour when he joins Halli at her table Wednesday, May 20, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • 02:01

    At Eye Level 5/25/15 - Memories and other things divisible by 5

    in Entertainment

    Hey, what's five times three times five?  Ah, who cares?  But it's a day divisible by 5, which brings Frank Zappa to mind (cue "Five Five Five" from Shut Up N' Play Yer Guitar here), not to mention jazz fusion, prog and more.  Oh, yeah, and something about remembering veterans, too.  


    Remember when we had a country by and for the people, one for which men were courageous and willing to fight for our collective individual rights and freedoms?  Remember freedom of speech?  


    I know, it's been some time now since Y2K and the Presidency Where Sanity Went Away, and we got morons like Antonin Scalia telling us "the Constitution is dead", but some of us still believe in the "Grand Experiment" our Founding Fathers built for us, and know in our hearts that THAT'S what our vets were fighting to preserve...rather than the sad corporatocratic oligarchy and burgeoning serf fiefdom a band of red leaning lunatics are trying to dismantle our proud nation into.  


    So come and celebrate what this country is actually all about - the rights and freedoms of the individual, with a safety net for the general public, the rights of the lower and middle class worker over the wealthy shareholder and an eye towards the greater good.  


    It's Memorial Day on At Eye Level!