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It's mid march which means, St. Partick's Day, March madness and Spring. Join JS Thursday at 2 pm as she talks with Boston Boy and local DJ, Richie Sullivan (a.k.a. Sully) about his cherished fundraiser, the St. Baldrick's event this weekend benefitting childhood cancer. The Rules of Dating According to JS. What's happening in ATL this weekend, and TBT. Don't miss all the laughs. Call and tell JS what you are doing for St. Patrick's Day 347-857-4104
PNN very proudly presents March Militant
Our Guests will Be CWA's Best (Steve Wisniewski and Louis Smith ) discussing TPP/Net Neutrality and BIG Media Merger Mania
Then Kim Ross of RETHINK ENERGY will give us an UPDATE on the State-Wide Anti-Fracking campaign being wages from the Panhandle to the tip of the Peninsula
Matt Schwartz South Florida Wildlands Director and Activist will give us an UPDATE on the Rocklands Devlopment near Miami's Metro Zoo
Anita Stewart from "Challenge the Rhetoric will give her take on the Issues of the day, and Frank Day Progressive Democrat will talk about the lates from the Progressive Democratic Caucus of Florida.
And as Always we will feature another of Joanne Forman's Songs of the UnSung - (song and Story about Women Labor Heroes)
Tune in Sunday 7-9pm (Eastern) Live or Anytime!
Rick Spisak, News Director
Progressive News Network
Join us tonight as 2 of the greats of our time Jonah Bey and Ron March get together on Hindsight Radio. This show, like the rest, will be one to remember. T
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Tune in tonight, Sunday, March 15, 2015 at 9:00pm Pacific Time for the latest LIVE episode of
Playtime With Sandra Radio with your hostess,
Sandra LONDON of Live&Grind.
Call-In between 9:15 and 9:45pm Pacific Time: 858-815-2333
Julius Caeser hates March, 15. We just missed Pi Day, but it doesn't mean we can't still eat Pie! Spring is coming and Dereck and Kay are feeling fine! Join us for the Weird News and the Hot Topics!
We never talked about awkward grocery store times, but we hope to get to it next week.
35,000 e-mail messages to delete and not one has been reread for content by the State Department. Can you possibly fathom that many e-mails??? Who can keep track of such a number??? I wonder who was responsible for reading and catagorizing such a number? If anyone can, it's Hillary's crew of supporters. I don't know about you, but I have enough trouble keeping track of one cell phone and a few e-maills. Aside from this, Senator Cotton's letter to the Supreme Leader, along with the signauture of forty-seven sitting Senators is still big news, along with the resignataion of three-time Congressman Schock of Illinois. Can we possibly make "heads or tails" of all of this??? And guess who is back...Monica Lewinski!!! Yes, she has just completedone of those "Ted Talks" on surviving "cyber hate mail." Call us at 646-595-3275 wit your comments.
Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche has created their own version of Americana and folk in their collaboration March to May.
The Seattle based duo uses everything from guitar to celtic harp for a rich traditional sound and have found success quickly. The two have traveled the world on their own and have used their experiences to write compelling songs.
We will talk to the duo about their new release "The Water’s Edge" and the roots of their msuic.
March to May formed in the Spring of 2013 as a collaboration between singer/songwriters Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche. Overlaying Celtic folk harp, guitar & keyboards with rich vocal harmonies, they sing deeply relatable stories of every day life and what it means to love, to live, and to reach beyond what seems possible. They sing from the heart, and carry the listener to a place within their own imagination, their own story.
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Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes March To May’s Darren Guyaz & Beth Wesche to the Show.
March To May’s Darren Guyaz (guitar, vocals, keyboard) and Beth Wesche (Celtic harp, vocals) first met in December 2012. By March 2013, the folk/indie/Americana duo had co-written their first two songs, by April they had a paid gig under their belts, and by May they had a name and shows booked out into the months ahead. Before settling in Seattle, Washington, where the act is now based, both Darren and Beth had traversed the Western Hemisphere separately. Darren migrated from the northern Appalachians to his birth-state of Montana, before heading on a South American adventure across the Andes mountain range, eventually falling in love with Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. The daughter of a US Foreign Service Officer, Beth also spent time in the Andes, as well as a host of US states on both coasts, before moving to Seattle, just blocks from where her beloved Celtic harp had been created, years before. The duo has drawn comparisons to acts like The Civil Wars, Damien Rice, the Swell Season, The Banner Days, and Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.
March to May are represented by
MTS Management Group