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Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys will broadcast “live” from the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston as Marv Productions spreads its own brand of excitement and mayhem across the Northeast with incredible entertainment at the Northeast Motorcycle Expo. All your favorite dealers, vendors, motorcycles and merchandise can be found under one roof and the boys will be there right in the middle of the action! Check out Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website
Garrison and Ralph talk with Nicole Winters about her new book, TT: Full Throttle, the first book for teens about the Isle of Man TT motorcycle road races. "A great book about a great event," Charles WIlliams (England), 52The City State Diner in Portland, Oregon.-time qualifying TT rider, 20-TT podium standings, 9-time TT winner. Diner of the Week: the City State Diner in Portland, OR. Check out Those DIner and Motorcycle Guys website
Nothing else to do as you count down to the NEW? Then join Steve Champagne and Mary E. as they reflect on the past year and share memories of their favorite interviews, share some music of the ArtSees Diner Blue Plate Specials and perform some of their favorites as they kiss 2013 goodbye.
Musician Ed Roman joins Mary E. tonight for an exploration of the man and his music. Ed has been brought to ArtSees Diner Radio by promoter Michael Stover of MTS Management Group.
Roman made his solo debut with 2011’s critically praised, Oracles And Ice Cream. With 2014’s Letters from High Latitudes, Ed Roman has created an earthy, funky and magical mix of music to seduce the listeners’ ears! An accomplished musician, Ed performs 90 percent of the instruments on this album, recording drums, bass, guitars, organ, vocals and even sitar! The sound is rounded out with help from some of the top Canadian session musicians like Dave Patel on drums (Sass Jordan) and Mike Freedman on electric guitars (Tia Brazda.) Sit back, get mellow and listen to this truly skillful musician weave a tapestry of enchantment from an eclectic fabric of musical styles. www.facebook.com/edromanmusic
Matthew Abuelo is a writer, professional blogger and award winning poet. He has three books out, Last American Roar and Organic Hotels, His third book "The News Factory" has been released by Plain view Press, the first two can be found at lulu.com.
ArtSees Diner celebrates poetry month. Join Mary E., and house poets as they welcome some of the best poets of our time. Matthew Abuelo kicks off the month long celebration with "Social Commentary Through Poetry!"
Mathew is a former journalist for the online news site Examiner and he most recently worked for the Times Square Chronicles as a housing rights journalist and political commentator. He is currently a political/housing writer for hubpages.com.
Matthew Abuelo has performed around Manhattan including at the forum The Poetry Project's marathon, which also featured, Pattie Smith Susan Vega, Lenny K, Steve Earle and many other icons. He mostly performs around Manhattan but hopes to expand into outside the metropolitan area at some point.
Those eggs over easy riders Garrison and Ralph talk about motorcycles, diners and everything in between! Dropping in on the boys will be Larry Little, Vice-President and General Manager of Marketplace Events, Motorcycle Group to talk about AIMexpo, the American International Motorcycle Expo debuting in Orlando this Fall 2013. Check out the picture of Larry wrestling gators in Florida to put this major event together! Larry started his two-wheeled career at Cycle News and later joined Cycle Wor
Join Mary E, aka ME and co-host Diane B. as they review their exploits for over the past week. Listen as they talk about what is going on and around their respective "neck in the woods."
What do you get when you blend the ladies of the diner with food, fun, music, wine and art? Well, stop in and see.
Find out more regarding our up and coming "Guest Artist" Garsot at Garsot.com
Musical Guests: The O'My's Michelle Qureshi JohnnyV
Join Steve Champagne and Mary E. as they bring some of their favorite tunes to the air waves for this Saturday Night jam session live from Bella Studios, "just a stone's throw from beautiful lake michigan.
Champagne and LaLuna are the Steve and Mary Show. Many who have been at their live performances proclaim things like, "I am back in high school listening to WLS!" "Wow, no one does those songs! I haven't heard that song in years!"
Follow them at Champagne and LaLuna, your follow might be the follow that pushes them to the #1 position in their region.
Join the MERmaids, Mary E., and Diane B as they make a big splash into spring during tonight's episode. They will be talking about food, wine, poetry, upcoming guests and checking in with jewelry maker, and stone-cutter, Bruce Blanchette.
The Ladies of the Diner enjoy doing what they love best talking about the things they love!
Tonight's broadcast will celebrate the music of Jim St. James & Sweet Water. Bio: Jim St. James & Sweet Java are currently a performing /Touring acoustic DUO and they are ready to PLAY AT YOUR VENUE Jim St. James - guitar, vocal, songwriting and Scott Jordans - lead guitar, back up vocals
Diane Blanchette and Mary E, also known as MERmaids will wine you, dine you, discuss the happenings in their community. Time will be set aside to pray for Aaron McClain who was a victim of a tragic assault this past weekend. Although it is a removal from the positive vibe that Midwest Mondays is all about, this is a time when prayers and love are needed.
Join with Mary E., and special guest hosts as they welcome Jeff Hodges to our weekly broadcast of Be Inspired, Be Transformed.
Jeff Hodges is the CEO of Young Men's Perspective Magazine. He is also a motivational speaker, writer, multi-media producer and a man who believes we can challenge to lead! Founder and creator of YMPmedia1 Network LLC, which is the parent company to Young Men's Perspective Magazine and Radio shows. A multi media company, we feature A Webseries DocuFilm "On Location" addressing the ills perpetuating the black communities, we chop it up with that iron sharpens iron approach. His motto is one that follows an old adage that says, “You know you’re on the right road when the right people begin to cross your path”. It is this mindset that propelled him towards achieving his vision of having a positive effect on others. It brought in his path many passionate activists and individuals who also wanted to encourage his mission. ?too. https://www.youtube.com/user/YMPmagazine
Be Inspired, Be Transformed welcomes Michael Bell and Duane Arnold join Mary E. of ArtSees Diner Radio to celebrate the music and faith through the project titled Martyr's Prayers.
The Project is a collaboration of musicians under the direction of Michael Glen Bell and Duane W. H. Arnold from Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. Bell and Arnold have put music to prayers of martyrs throughout the ages and have enlisted some world-class musicians to play on the album. Among them are: Phil Keaggy, Randy Stonehill, Margaret Becker and Glenn Kaiser (Rez Band). The songs range from acoustic folk to rock n roll.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING: "I find what has been done very intriguing because of the ancient understanding of the word “martyr”, which is to witness, to testify to the faith. .The Martyrs Project is very much a part of that work of witness.”
“...creative... music and song... allowing the words of the past witnesses and martyrs to shine forth... remarkable.”
- The Most Rev. Christopher J. Coyne, Archdiocese of Indianapolis, Thoughts of a Catholic Bishop, 23 January 2013
“Michael Glen Bell and Duane W.H. Arnold find the balance... artfully filmed [videos] and musically sensitive...”