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Write on the Edge is a blog talk radio show that features GLBTQ, BDSM, and Erotica authors, characters, and issues. An edgier, more adult, and taboo radio show, WOE is intended for an adult audience because of its saucy conversations and riskier subjects.
Belinda McBride is an award-winning, top selling author of erotic romance, speculative fiction and LGBTQ romance. She lives in far Northern California with her family and a pack of Siberian Huskies. A graduate of CSU Chico, she managed to attend the notorious party school without once getting drunk, arrested or appearing in a "Girls Gone Wild" video. Her main focus of study was classical and archival history, cultural anthropology and theatre arts. After several years in the workforce. Belinda purchased a laptop computer and from there, knew that her childhood dream of being an author would come to life. Belinda's books are available at all the typical distributors as well as on the publisher's homepages.
Check out more information about her and her books here!
Join Authors Wt Prater and Amanda C Stone as they host this edgy, woefully delicious talk held in the whispers of the night each Thursday at 10pm central. OH, THE WOE!
Write On the Edge is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.com They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
It's not about Right and Left. It's about Right and Wrong!
Tonight Lloyd Sloan will join us once more to discuss the State Repeal Amendment (State Powers Amendment). Lloyd has been championing this amendment for 10 years and recently the CoS project's legal expert Randy Barnett has adopted his language for this proposed amendment. The State Repeal Amendment has been labelled by Barnett as the single most important amendment needed to restore the Republic.
Join us live by clicking the attached link at 7PM Saturday night. You can participate with your questions, concerns, and comments at 347-677-1835.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist Eliot Sloan of the group Blessid Union of Souls to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his passion for music and what it's been like to share that with the world. The two will also discuss the new show DO I HAVE A HIT SONG and what it does to encourage originality and creativity among the contestants.
How does band size matter? To what extent is energy or drive written into the music? What’s the relationship between listening and leading? Today, we’ll trade fours with extraordinary Bassist Christian McBride whose low notes take him to high places. Join our conversation by calling, 347-989-8321, 11AM Eastern /8AM Pacific and “Get in on the rhythm.”
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Join Scott and Austin Mcbride as we disscuss his EP From myself and his hopes and dreams in the music industry. We will be playing the ep and talking about the posscess of how the Ep came together. We will also discuss any music related topic that listeners are interested in and hope to get a great deal of feedback about the album. Please feel free to call in live at 516-590-0357 to share in the success of this great young star!
The House today passed an omnibus spending bill that fully funds Obamacare, increases funding for the fight against cimate change, and funds for Obama's amnesty program -- all without the consent of the vast majority of Americans. What can be done about this kind of action by Washington? Lloyd Sloan and Keith Carmichael will join us tonight to discuss the possibilities. We, the People, will take our government back! How we do this and what needs to be done next will be the hot topics of discussion. There are several items of breaking news on this front and we'll bring them to to the center ring.
Join us live at 7PM Missouri Time. You may call and participate at 347-677-1835. It's YOUR government, not theirs. Be here to help us take it back.
On the next episode of Destroy N Rebuild Radio, we will be addressing the fundamental issues surrounding the African Amerikkkan communities, turbulent raltion with the Blue Wall of the Police forces patroling our communities. We'll also discuss some of the history of the police and thier role in ourcommunity and lastly... We'll talk solutions and guides to how to best navigate an incident with the police.
All this and more on the next Broadcast.
Former San Franciscan and currently Venice, CA-based PEACH is at the forefront of female-fronted blues acts performing both modern and old-time blues, with an All-Star band of musicians featuring keyboardist Ken Stange (Joe Cocker); bassist Del Atkins (Pointer Sisters, James Ingram); drummer Tom Walsh (America; Spyro Gyra) and guitarist Jamie James (The Kingbees; Dennis Quaid & The Sharks). PEACH - A headliner at last year's Real Blues Festival - has recorded with Taj Mahal, Marty Grebb (The Buckinghams), Reggie McBride (Elton John), Joey Delgado (Delgado Brothers), Garth Hudson (The Band) and Paul Barrere (LIttle Feat). She has co-written with Keb' Mo' and Marty Grebb. PEACH is a past Los Angeles Music Awards, Rockwired Radio Awards, All Access Magazine Music Awards, and South Bay Music Awards recipient.
PEACH has just recorded two great new videos, "Today I Sing The Blues" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7s8wlhegA3c) and "Never Make Your Move Too Soon" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaazkVreTo4). Her soulful, seductive live recording of "It Meant Nothin'," a song she co-wrote with well-known bluesman, Keb' Mo' that’s been viewed by over 284,000 people since it posted on YouTube in June - http://www.youtube.com/watch?
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
Guests: Lance McGee, MFT, a.k.a. Unique Derique, has been delighting audiences with his special brand of clowning for years. McGee joins us to talk about his latest show, FOOL LA LA! up at the Marsh Berkeley, Saturdays, Jan. 31, 2 p.m. through Feb. 28. Visit http://www.themarsh.org For a $5 discount use the code: LaFool
Next we rebroadcast a bit of an interview with devorah major re: her latest project: Black Classic: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/black-classic-by-devorah-major
Choreographers and dancers from Dance Mission's D.I.R.T. - Dance In Revolt(ing) Times, Jan. 23-Feb.1: sixteen choreographers in three distinct programs over two riveting weekends. What happens when artists revolt? brownpaptertickets.com / 1-800-838-3006
We close with a conversation with Tash Nguyen, Sin Barras (without prison bars) & CURB and Fox Sloan, mother of Amanda Fox Sloan, who died in the Santa Cruz County jail in July 2013, about a rally/march concerning the unjust incarceration of so many young people, poor people, people of color and members of gender minorities http://sinbarras.org/
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