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Do you remember when a song or theme defined an entire movie? Comedian Greg Reifsteck and his guests Greg Simpson (From The Wayback Machine) and New Wave fanatic Nicole Cosand will help you remember soundtracks that only the 80s could contain. Everything from the opening notes of the John Williams Raiders of the Lost Ark Masterpiece to John Hughes megahit collections like Pretty in Pink and Breakfast Club. We also talk hit filled albums like The Lost Boys, Top Gun and Flashdance, We even get into more obscure titles like Streets of Fire and Electric Dreams. Call in with your Rad Musical Movie Memories.
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NOSTALGIA: Remembering when? Where were you and what were you dong when these songs were popular? Are these the sound track of your life? If you are younger, how do you see these songs as sooposed to the ones today?
1950 – 1960 – Soundtracks of the times that shaped the Jamaican music industry. We will look on the influenced of Fats Domino on the Jamaican music industry and the music that too cue from his hit - Be My Guest.Mix of American R&B, Mento, Ska
We have a very special Star Chamber Show this Wednesday at 9pm EST, featuring recording artist and performer G Tom Mac!
In writing, singing & creating the masterpiece "Cry Little Sister" as the theme song to the now classic film "THE LOST BOYS," GERARD McMANN hit a deep & provocative nerve in his career as both a recording artist & live performer.
Only thing was, when the film released in 1987, he was fed up with the music scene's "business" and stopped touring. He then changed his name to G TOM MAC as a result of no one ever pronouncing his real name correctly.
Born in Birmingham, England, Gerard spent his early years listening to The Beatles, David Bowie & Stevie Wonder. “I was inspired by various pop and R&B artists at an early age.” His family moved from England to New York City when Gerard was 11 and then a few years later moved to the Midwest. “When I was there I started learning guitar and the bass and realizing I had a voice, I started a band which played in clubs all over the Midwest.”
G TOM MAC went on to write songs for legendary singers such as Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin and Roger Daltrey of The Who. An array of contemporary Hip Hop artists, such as Ice Cube and Digable Planets, as well as KISS, Carly Simon and Eminem started to cover G Tom Mac's songs. Last year G Tom Mac earned a Grammy on Eminem’s "RECOVERY" album in which Eminem sampled him in the song "You're Never Over." Having had songs in over 50 films including Chasing Amy, Banger Sisters, No Way Home & more than 100 TV shows including Vampire Diaries, Scrubs, and the Big Bang Theory that still continue to license G Tom Mac's music.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx Interviews:
Daniel Alan, Singer for the band Crack in the Shell
Crack in the Shell was originally started two songwriters, Daniel Alan(Guitar/Vocals) & James McFadden (Bass/Keyboards),
that have 6 studio albums, which have included commericial radio airplay, tv soundtracks, and movie scoring.
Two veteran Songwriters with a combined 35 years of performing and recording experience.
This episode is brought to you by sponsor Metal Babe Mayhem
On this week's episode of Slasher Studios, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Steve Goltz will be discussing their favorite horror movie soundtracks. While they discussed their favorite scores before, they have never talked about the horror movie soundtracks that had them hitting that repeat button.. Make sure to tune in live and find out which soundtracks make the killer cut. Monday August 20th at 10PM central.
L.Young has established himself as an artist, writer, and performer. He has been credited for writing, music, and production for several artists, as well as platinum selling soundtracks. “My music is the bridge to all my dreams, and the starting point for my main purpose on this planet. Through music I'm learning who I actually am as a person,” says L.Young. Writing credits include the top 5 single and title track off Jessy J’s #1 Billboard debut Album, “Hot Sauce.” Keke Wyatt’s projects, “Who Knew” and “Unbelievable.” L.Young also worked on the production of B2k’s “Babygirl” off of the “The Barbershop Soundtrack.”
L Young is a talent that has crossed over and not only working on studio music projects, he is also credited for music on network TV to include: BET's The Game, ABC's According To Jim, 20/20, One Life To Live, VH1's Basketball Wives, and USA Network's Burn Notice.
Grab the Moscato and your tablet and tell Sh’ Moore all about it! On Wednesday nights, you get the chance to see life through the eyes of the opposite sex. Get the thoughts and views of life and love from the “horse’s mouth”. Along with her co-host, Sh’ Moore offers insight about various topics that men and women face in everyday living. Along with the look into the male and female psyche, Sh’ Moore dedicates time to introduce you to aspiring talent and ambitious entrepreneurs. An hour of your evening well spent and purposefully used! Are you listening?
CEO and Founder of Music Supervisor.com
He is a 20 year industry veteren who has tremendous credits to his name. Barry Coffing has written & produced over 200 songs in Film & TV including #1 hits and gold selling soundtracks. He has worked with and for almost every major film company and network. It is his knowledge of both sides of the licensing equation that led him to start Music Supervisor Inc.
Many talented artist/song writers and composers need to tune in to learn what it takes to get their music in film and tv. There are at least 200 movies a year in production and other pilots and tv shows that need original music and soundtracks. The mystery is how to get to the right people. Those people are called Music Supervisors.
the show is at a special time 6PM EST with your host DrCal
J Lyrique, Professional Songwriter, R&B, Pop, Neo Soul
Pop Roxx Radio,
Featuring Interesting People doing Interesting Things
Hosted by Pop Artist Jamie Roxx
Tonight's Featured Guest: J Lyique
J Lyrique's songwriting talents span across the gamut of genres. Her catalog consists of over one hundred songs in Pop, R&B, TV Sitcoms, Contemporary Gospel, Movie Soundtracks and Country arenas. She has written for a multitude of both signed and up and coming artists.
William "Poogie" Hart, lead singing of the Delfonics, discusses his new video, "Stop Looking You'll Find Love."
Hart, who was resently featured on Unsung, talks about the writing he did as a teenager, and why he'll always write.
Hart talks about what inspired him to paint and one of my favorites "Changing Faces"
Their songs have been used extensively in film soundtracks, including Jackie Brown. "Ready or Not Here I Come" Can't Hide From Love" was used in the video game Grand Theft Auto V. In addition, their songs have been sampled extensively by various hip-hop and rap artists: The Wu-Tang Clan, Fugees, Deltron 3030, B.I.G. Boyz II Men, Missy Elliott and numerous others.
We will be talking about the greatest soundtracks from movies especually fron nerd movies. What makes a good soundtrack.
JacniqueMusic Radio talks with 6-time Grammy Nominee as both a recording artist and arranger, Tierney Sutton.
Sutton is often described as “a singer’s singer,” but just as often, she is described as a “musician’s singer” who uses her voice like an instrument.
Most recently, Tierney received her 5th consecutive Grammy Nomination for “Best Jazz Vocal Album” for her latest project, “After Blue,” an intimate, jazz-inspired re-imagining of the legacy of Joni Mitchell. The album, which is Sutton’s first solo outing without her longtime Band, features Al Jarreau, Hubert Laws, Peter Erskine, Larry Goldings, Serge Merlaud, Kevin Axt and The Turtle Island Quartet.
Spanning over 20years of collaboration, the Tierney Sutton Band’s 9 CDs have consistently topped the US jazz charts, leading to Tierney’s selection as Jazzweek’s Vocalist of the Year as well as to numerous other accolades in the music world including a 2011 Grammy nomination for the Band’s collaborative arranging.
She has headlined in recent years at The Hollywood Bowl, Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center and Jazz At Lincoln Center. She can also be heard on film and television soundtracks including The Academy Award-nominated film “The Cooler” as well as on television commercials (BMW, Green Giant, Yoplait Yogurt, Coke)