• 00:59

    Interview with Elyse Saunders & Jesse Slack

    in Music

    Peterborough, Ontario born & Toronto based ELYSE SAUNDERS is blazing a trail in country music. A contender in 2013 and 2014 for CMAO’s Female Artist of the Year, she was also nominated for a Toronto Independent Music Award in 2012 for Best Country Artist. Recently awarded FACTOR’s Juried Sound Recording funding, Elyse’s evolving sound & lyrics will be showcased in a new album. Her new single at country radio is called Just Like Mama and was written by Elyse, Peter Linseman and multi-hit songwriter Tim Taylor. In the strong spirit of her give-back attitude, Elyse created the JUST LIKE MAMA Mother’s Day Fundraiser in conjunction with Mississauga’s Sheridan Centre Mall, and fitness facility, Curves Erin Mills. Taking center mall stage on May 10th, Elyse's concert and storytelling will bring awareness and raise much needed funds with total donations benefitting The Women’s and Children’s Health Centre at Trillium Health Partners, Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, with emphasis on the creation of an emergency paediatric triage area within the hospital’s emergency department. 


    JESSE SLACK grew up in Peterborough, Ontario listening to his Mom sing country songs around the house. He learned to play guitar with the hope of becoming a rock star and first got involved in music with his twin brother Jake Slack in a duo group called The Slack Brothers. After exploring different paths, Jesse continued his endeavors in music by moving to London, Ontario where he attended the Music Industry Arts program at Fanshawe College. Jesse recently released his debut EP Going Drinkin’ Tonight with producer Jody Anderson. He has also joined forces with fellow Music Industry Arts alumnus Steve Rivers to play many shows across Ontario. Jesse has been spending productive time in Nashville this year to begin writing for his next album.

  • 00:57

    Survival Medicine Hour: Chris Petrovich on Ebola, Mike Slack

    in Health

    In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, interview Chris Petrovich, prepper and consultant who's spend years in Africa, right where the Ebola epidemic is raging right now.  He'll tell us about what it's like there and what his concerns are.  Also, Mike Slack of the Patriots and Preppers Expo will talk about his event in Springfield, Missouri and about his experiences going from urbanite to homesteader.

  • 01:03

    The American College Experience with Brian Slack

    in Sports

    The American College Experience is a show geared for the college tennis fan.  In this world of mostly professional tennis, we hope to give you some insight into one of America's best kept secrets.  We will explore all things related to College Tennis in the United States.  We will discuss diversity, schedule, facilities, education and recruiting.  We will tackle the tough issues that are facing many of America's college coaches today.  Each show will give the listener a different perspective on the college tennis scene.  So we invite parents, coaches, teachers, umpires and all-around tennis fans to tune into our program.


     


     

  • 02:02

    State Sovereignty: Mike Moon, Rick Brattin, and Jeff Pogue

    in Politics Conservative

    It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!


    Every issue, every debate, every bill introduced and passed, every campaign for a seat to represent the people ought to focus on one single question. What does this idea, this bill, this candidate do to emphatically say "We are Missouri. In accordance with the contract between the 50 sovereign States we are in charge here! Get thee behind me Washington. Return to your realm of those powers we delegated to you. At home, WE RULE." To answer that question, the single most importnat piece of legislation introduced this session has been HB 215. HB 215, the Anti-Commandeering Requirement was second read on 1/8. Still, this bill has not been assigned a committee. What's up with that? We'll talk with Mike Moon for our Friday Night update, and this will be the central question.

    Then, Representative Rick Brattin will join us. Rep Brattin has introduced a bill to limit the use of food stamps, restricting their use to essential food staples and eliminating high end food items from eligibility. Already there's been pushback from those who feel your tax dollars should be used to purchase foods for recipients that you can't even afford. We'll discuss this bill and the pushback.


    Finally, in an action packed evening, Representative Jeff Pogue will come along to discuss his bill on Consitutional Carry. In the daily news we see State after State reducing the requirtements on concealed carry to one; do you breath air, if so, you have the right to protect that status.


    Join BTR featured host Dave and his trusty partner Mike Slack tonight as we explore the world of Right and Wrong. It's live at 7PM Missouri Time and you are welcome to participate. 347-677-1835

  • 00:40

    Friday Night with Freddie Slack’s Boogie Woogie

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Friday Night with Freddie Slack’s Boogie Woogie


    “Rib Joint´


    “Behind the Eight Beat”


    Strange Cargo (Theme Song)


    “Southpaw Serenade”


    A Cat’s Ninth Life”


    “Blackout Boogie”


    “Bashful Baby Blues”


    “Kitten On the Keys “


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write


    to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or oscssw@juno.com


    Freddie Slack– Freddie Slack's Boogie Woogie


    Capitol Records BD12 1945


    A:  Freddie Slack’s Eight Beats By Four “Rib Joint´


    Bass – Clyde Lombardi Drums – Irving Kluger Guitar – Remo Palmieri Piano – Freddie Slack


    By F. Slack, 


    B: E: Freddie Slack’s Eight Beats By Four “Behind the Eight Beat”


    Bass – Clyde Lombardi Drums – Irving Kluger Guitar – Remo Palmieri Piano – Freddie Slack


    By F.  Slack 


    C: Freddie Slack & His Orchestra: Strange Cargo (Theme Song)


    By – Slack, McKinley & Bradley


     D: Freddie Slack& Orchestra: “Southpaw Serenade”


    By – F. Slack


    E: Freddie Slack’s Eight Beats By Four “A Cat’s Ninth Life”


    Bass Clyde Lombardi, Irving Kluger – Guitar Remo Palmieri, Freddie Slack  By F. Slack


    F: Freddie Slack “Blackout Boogie”


    Drums Irving Kluger, By F. Slack


    G: Freddie Slack “Bashful Baby Blues”


    By Phil Moore  


    H: Freddie Slack & Orchestra “Kitten On the Keys “


     By Zez Confrey 

  • 01:39

    State Sovereignty: Mike Slack, Preppers and Patriots

    in Politics Conservative

    Dave returns from vacation this week with an all-star weekend. Tonight, Mike Slack joins us to talk about the Preppers & Patriots Expo at Springfield on Aug 16, 17. This Expo features Prepper and Patriot exhibits from around the country. Info, education, fellowship! Join us tonight and plan to attend! You can listen live at 7PM Missouri Time or call and participate at 347-677-1835.

    Tomorrow night, Mike Moon joins us live from the campaign trail.

  • 00:33

    Selected songs for Saturday Night

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Selected songs for Saturday Night


    Ella Mae Morse & Freddie Slack with Rhythm Section ‎– Your Conscience Tells You So


    Pig Foot Pete


    Jo Stafford & Gordon Mc Rae with Paul Weston & Orchestra ‎–Wunderbar


     I'll String Along With You


    Jon & Sondra Steele ‎– They All Recorded To Beat the Ban


     My Happiness


    Frank Daily & his Meadowbrook Orchestra– Cheek To Cheek


    Isn't It A Lovely Day?


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    All Shellac 10” 78 rpm


    Ella Mae Morse & Freddie Slack with Rhythm Section ‎–A:  Your Conscience Tells You So B; Pig Foot Pete


    Capitol Records 278 1087 -1088, 1946 


    Jo Stafford & Gordon Mc Rae with Paul Weston & Orchestra ‎–Wunderbar


    I'll String Along With You


    A: Wunderbar - From the Musical "Kiss Me, Kate" 


    B: I'll String Along With You - Featured In the Warner Bros Movie "My Dream Is Yours"


    Jon & Sondra Steele ‎– A: They All Recorded To Beat the Ban B: My Happiness


    Frank Daily & his Meadowbrook Orchestra– A:  Cheek To Cheek B: Isn't It A Lovely Day?


    Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co. Inc.


    Vocal Howard Du Lany on both


    Both songs from the RKO Movie “Top Hat” written by Irving Berlin


    Recorded July 18, 1935, New York, NY - Studio 2.


    Not Licensed for Radio Broadcast 

  • 00:28

    Friday Night Flip Side

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Friday Night Flip Side


    Vocalion B: American Patrol


    Les Brown & Orchestra ‎–A:  Star Dust


    Cloe Brown: Cook that Stuff


    Cleo Brown Pelican Stomp (piano solo)


    Harry James & Orchestra ‎– Night Special


    Freddie Slack: Here we are


    Vocalion A: The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers


    n the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    Shellac 10” 78 rpm


    Vocalion A: 14587 the parade of the wooden soldiers


    B: American Patrol


    Aeolian Piano Company 1921 on Label


    (44) 4938


    Cloe Brown: Cook that Stuff
    Capitol 57-50057
    Comp. WAX
    Pub. ?


    Written By M.H. Wax


    (11) 39531-A


    Cleo Brown Pelican Stomp (piano solo)
    Decca 477, Y-5073, Br02037
    Take? 2.12 mins


    Composer:  Cleo .Brown
    Pub.  EMI United partnership Ltd.


    Harry James & Orchestra ‎– Night Special


    Label: Columbia 35456, 1939


    Genre: Jazz


    Style: Big Band


    Night Special Written By – Johnny Mathias


    Les Brown & Orchestra ‎–A:  Star Dust


    Label: Bluebird (black) B-7858-A


     Genre: Jazz, Pop


    Style: Big Band


    Written by Mitchell Parish & Hoagy Carmichael


    Freddie Slack: Here You Are


    From movie “My Gal Sal"


    Written by Robin & Rainger Vocal by David Street


    Capitol 14-1 102


    Vocalion A: 14587 A: the parade of the wooden soldiers

  • 00:29

    Working Class Missed 2014 Economic Boom! Pick Up The Slack in 2015

    in Politics Progressive

    When Bee speaks to working class, listen up. I told you in September 2013, that 2014 would be the first year of America's economic boom. President Obama told you in January 2014, that 2014 would be America's year of action. I was right! President Obama was right! Working class did everything wrong in 2014. Take today, the last day of 2014 and develop a plan of action to reap a 2015 of days in prosperity that translates to years of pleasure. No one can do this along. But working in faith with others, and belief in Christ Jesus, we can do all things.

  • 00:25

    Wednesday Night Boogie Night

    in Music

     


    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Wednesday Night Boogie Night


    Harry James & orchestra ‎– Back Beat Boogie


    Cleo Brown: Cleo's Boogie


    Cleo Brown: Boogie Woogie


    Al Winter: Boogie 88


    Les Brown & Orchestra ‎– B Side, Boogie Woogie


    Freddie Slack & Orchestra: Cow-Cow Boogie


    Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


     


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    All on Shellac 10” 78 rpm and released in the US


    Harry James & orchestra ‎– Back Beat Boogie


    Label: Columbia 35456


    Released: 1939


    Genre: Jazz, Style: Big Band


    B: Back Beat Boogie


    September 30th 1949, Los Angeles


    Cleo Brown (p,vo); Nappy Lamare (g); Leonard Bibb (b); Zutty Singleton (d).
    (42) 4936-3
    Cleo's Boogie
    Capitol 57-7057 (57-70057) Purple Label


    Comp. Brown
    Pub. ?


    Boogie-Woogie-p/v only


    Decca 477, 3386, 2 5265, a: side


    Take?
    2.26 mins
    Y-5073, Br 02037
    Comp.  Smith
    Pub. Herman Darewski music Pub co. IRSC


    Al Winter: Boogie 88


    The Impresario of the Boogie


    Maestro records, 711-A


    Broken record as I was typing this no scan available


    Les Brown & Orchestra ‎– B Side, Boogie Woogie


    Label: Bluebird, Black Label B-7858


      Arraigned by Les Brown


    Genre: Jazz, Style: Big Band


    Freddie Slack & Orchestra: Cow-Cow Boogie


    Vocal by Ella Mae Morse


    Capitol records 16-A 102


    Written by Raye-DePaul 


     

  • 01:34

    State Sovereignty: Paul Curtman & Dave Hinson - Hemp and Medical Marijuana

    in Politics Conservative

    It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!


    Tonight Rep Paul Curtman joins us to discuss HB 830, which reintroduces industrial hemp production to Missouri. Then, Rep Dave Hinson will come in to discuss his bill HB 800, which legalizes medical uses for marijuana. Dave also has sponsored HB 701, a different take on industrial hamp.


    Join Mike Slack and Dave tonight as we continue to explore the world of cannabis. We're live a 7PM Missouri Time. The participant line is 347-677-1835.


     

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