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  • 02:58

    John Weeks Band, Fo' Reel, COUCH KID NEW MUSIC Tommy Talton & Jack Rowell Jr

    in Music


    The John Weeks Band are John on gutitars & vocals, Andras "AC" Csapo on keys, harmonica and vocal, Curtis hawkins on bass and Tim "Chooch" Molinario on drum and their debut album is simply entitled John Weeks Band. They share a blend of blues, funk and rock and we will chat with John, and find out more about the newest member of the band,  Michele Steele.

    Fo'Reel are a New Orlean's based band bringing the Blues, R&B and Funk that includes C.P. Love, Johnny Neel, Mark Domizio and David Hyde with Jon Smith and their debut album, Heavy Water is just something special.  I'll chat with the guys and find out how they came together and where they are heading

    Tommy Talton has been doing the Blues, rock, country, southern sound since the early 70's and he just keeps getting better.  His latest is entitled Until AfterThen and it combines all of his influences into an album of superb music. Tommy returns to the Couch for the first of our Couch Kid New Music Segments and we will talk about the new album and other projects.

    Finally, Jack Rowell Jr has a new project, The Royal Blues Band and a new album Finger Lickin' Blues and he will return in the second Couch Kid New Music Segment of the night to discuss both with us.


  • 02:01

    Tommy Talton, Michael Allman

    in Music

    The Buffalo Show welcomes back our friend Tommy Talton to discuss his gret new album Let's Get Outta Here, the recent reunion shows with his old band Cowboy and much more. We also welcome Michael Allman, a fine singer and performer, and son of Gregg. Join us for a fun show!

  • 00:46

    Special Guest: Dijon Talton

    in Television

    This special show is with special guest, Dijon Talton aka Matt Rutherford from Season 1 of GLEE. We interviewed him and took fan calls/questions. The intro music is from Dijon Talton: "Goin' Down" and "Putem' Up." You can download the first single of "Putem' Up" at his website http://dijontaltononline.com

  • 00:23

    Wanda Talton - Poetic Beauty through the Storm

    in Culture

    Please join the myCULTURALConversations (myC2) studio as we welcome Poetess, Wanda Talton.  Wanda speaks on Poetic Beauty through the Storm - writing poetic prose and the impact of Hurricane Katrina. Wanda Talton is a freelance poetry writer who published her first book of poetry, “Inner Seasons” in 2005.  She lives and works in New Orleans, LA, and some of her pieces can be seen on the e-zine All Things Girl and if Googled some of her pieces will appear on other sites.  She writes about her own views, ideas and experiences.  Don't miss it.
    Verona Mitchell, Ph.D. Host & Producer Editor-in-Chief of myCULTURALConversations Online

  • 02:07

    Jimmy Hall & Tommy Talton Sit On The Couch

    in Music

    Two great musicians from two iconic Southern bands join me on this evening.
    First, Jimmy Hall joins me. Jimmy was born in Birmingham, Alabama and raised in Mobile by a musical family steeped in gospel tradition.
    At the age of 20, he moved to Macon, Georgia with his newly formed band, Wet Willie, and was signed by Capricorn Records.
    Now Jimmy Hall is continuing the southern musical tradition by fronting a new all-star southern rock band called Deep South. His soulful voice is richer than ever and you can be sure the best is still to come.
    We will hear some of Jimmy's new music and discuss his long, illustrious career.
    Then Tommy Talton takes his seat on The Couch.
    Tommy Talton was a founding member of Capricorn Records group Cowboy. While in Macon, GA through most of the 70s, Talton was a studio musician recording with artists such as Bonnie Bramlett, Corky Lang (West, Bruce and Lang, Mountain), Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Clarence Carter and many more.
    Talton continues to tour with The Tommy Talton Band and Cowboy (reunited in 2010), as a solo act in intimate listening rooms, and as a special guest with many other well known, accomplished musicians and bands.
    What a wild ride this great slide guitar player has had and we will get a chance to discuss the good and the bad with him while listening to some of his music.
    Southern Rock Legends - "Musicians You Should Know"

  • 02:00

    Cowboy, Boyer & Talton Reunion Special

    in Music

    Cowboy is one of those bands that brings back strong memories of the 70s heyday of Capricorn Records.  From playing on Gregg Allman's classic Laid Back and the follow-up live CD, The Gregg Allman Tour to creating masterpieces like "Please Be With Me," "Time Will Take Us,"and "All My Friends," they defined the laid-back, country soul of that time and place. Cowboy influenced everyone from Eric Clapton and Bonnie Bramblett to the Marshall Tucker Band, and the Southern Rock movement wouldn't have been the same without them.  They not only recorded four albums for Capricorn, they also played on numerous other releases for other artists on the label.

    With all of their original Capricorn albums out of print, for many years Cowboy fans had nothing but memories of the original band and their scratchy old vinyl LPs to remind them of this underrated supergroup. However, on December 17th, 2010, that all changed when Cowboy played their first show in years at the Capitol Theater in Macon, Georgia.  It was an extraordinary night full of love and laughter and memories with this wonderful band as they played at a level that few achieve. The set list flowed from one hit into the next and the playing and singing was heartfelt and passionate - as homecomings should be.

    This week, Michael Buffalo dedicates his entire Sunday night radio show to the band Cowboy, with special guests Scott Boyer and Tommy Talton. We will be playing selections from their new live CD, talking about the glory days of Capricorn Records, Macon, Georgia, The Allman Brothers and more. Call ins are welcome! (347) 857-2032. The show begins at 7 PM/EST. Join us!


  • 02:20

    Amy Hart Stacy Jones Band, NEW Tommy Talton Music & Blues411

    in Music

    Amy Hart was born and raised in the Chicago Area. She began singing in blues bands in Chicago as a youngster and has opened for Koko Taylor, Junior Wells and James Cotton. She started her own blend of roots and blues in the 80's and started travelling as a solo artist.
    Amy lost all her gigs and became homeless after the BP oil rig disaster and ended up in Chicago for a time and then made it to nashville with $40 in her pocket.
    Out of all this came her latest release "Congratulations" which actually chronicles her own homelessness, unemployment and ultimate redemption.
    We will talk with Amy about her journey and listen to her music.
    Stacy Jones began playing piano at 4.  At 7 she learned the guitar and a year later her dad would bring her on stage with his band to sing Hank Williams tunes.
    She has been on stage ever since. In 2009 they captured the Best new Band Award from the Washington Blues Socisty and in 201o they named her Best Female vocalist.
    After three studio albums, the bnad has released Stacy Jones Band Live And Untapped, recorded at the 2011 Untapped Blues and Brews.
    Stacy will sit with me and discuss her life and music.
    Tommy Talton is coming back to The Couch with his latest album, "Let's Get Outta Here" and we will get to hear the album and talk with Tommy about the recording sessions.
    FIRST MONDAY!  Chefjimi brings his Blues411 Report to The Couch...letting you know the nitty gritty of what is happening at festivals and clubs around the world.
    "Musicians You Should Know"

  • 02:00

    Guests This Week Include Tommy Talton and Freddie Vanderford

    in Music

    This week we are happy to feature a conversation with and music by Tommy Talton. Many will remember Tommy as a founding member of the seventies Capricorn Records group Cowboy, who recorded many fine albums and also toured with and backed up Gregg Allman in the mid-70's. Tommy has released a couple of fine new recordings over the past few years, and was a special guest during the historic 40th anniversary Allman Brothers Band run at New York's Beacon Theatre in 2009.

    Also on tap is Piedmont blues musician Freddie Vanderford, an award winning harp player and singer from South Carolina whose new CD Greasy Greens is a true celebration of classic Carolina style blues music.

    It's going to be a good one folks! Join us!

  • 02:03

    The MWHY Radio Show with Latisha M

    in Entrepreneur

    Join Latisha on Thursdays for Tips on how to be successful working from home as well as special guest who are business owners and entrepreneurs who provide success stories and services you'll need to do the same. From Small LLC's to Celebrities and Entertainers, we will bring you the best in the industries who want to know more about.

    This week’s guest include:

    Michelle Booker of SOS ~ Sense of Self and she will be discussing her new campaign to help support single mothers

    Philip Michael Thomas Jr Singer and Song Writer and they will discuss his new album, upcoming live performances, and guest appearances.

    Dr Rachel Talton and Dr Monikah Halsey dicussing their Flourish Conference series that is getting ready to kick off starting with DC

    Sponsors: Slantress Magazine   Chere Cofield International    TBAIMS   RWEP   Ladybugs Pleasurable Glass  Coach Caprice Smith     Rita Ricks       Off The Vine

  • 01:37

    CHAOS 181

    in Politics Conservative

    Rick and Craig interview Robert Talton and Debra Medina.

  • 00:43

    How to create loyal and profitable relationships: Dr. Rachel Talton

    in Business

    Dr. Rachel Y. Talton's tagline reads: "We Win When Our Clients Win." That is the driving theme of her business, Synergy Marketing Strategy and Research, Inc.

    This show will talk about what businesses really need today, besides branding, TRUST BRANDING. Dr. Talton will explain.

    SEO + Publicity + Social Media = ?