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  • BISHOP DR. LAWRENCE MWAMBA PRESENTS HEARING THE VOICE OF GOD

    in Radio

    2 SAMUEL 5: 23-25


    VS.  23.   AND WHEN DAVID ENQUIRED OF THE LORD, HE SAID, THOU SHALL NOT GO UP, BUT FETCH A CAMPUS BEHIND THEM. AND COME UP OVER AGAINST THE MULBERRY TREES.


    VS.  24.  AND LET I BE, WHEN THOU HEAREST THE SOUND OF A GOING IN THE TOPS OF THE MULBERRY TREES, THAT THOU SHALL BESIR THYSELF:  FOR THEN SHALL THE LORD SHALL GO OU5 BEFORE THEE, TO SMITE THE HOST OF THE PHILISTINES.


    VS.  25.  AND DAVID DID SO, AS THE LORD HAD COMMANDED HIM; AND SMOTE THE PHILISTINES FROM GEBAUNTIL THOU COME TO GEZAR,

  • 02:56

    Rich Gals .

    in Education

    Darling I`m so freaking FETCH !

  • 02:50

    The Solar Storm: Dennis Fetcho

    in Politics

    Then Kyle interviews Dennis Fetcho, host of Inside the Eye Live, about a number of important topics, such as: Fetch's long history exposing the subversion of Western civilization by the "Chosen", the alternative media scene, White Genocide, his experience with the troll Weev, National Socialism, and much more. Note: Dennis Fetcho comes on at the 80 minute mark. Kyle's talks to a female caller, Pajo, and Shaun Surplus for the beginning of the show. 

  • 00:25

    Icon Fetch - Claude Hay

    in Music

    Australian Claude Hay is literally a one-man band, using his custom-made twin neck guitar-bass combination, plus a looping machine, to layer instruments while he plays. He's just released Deep Fried Satisfied, a collection of songs as greasy and irresistible as the fast-food that inspired them. Icon Fetch talks with Hay about making his own instruments, and his love of both American music and food.

  • 00:30

    Icon Fetch - Tommy Keene

    in Music

    Tommy Keene has been making his brand of melodic rock for almost 30 years now. His early independent releases garnered high praise from critics, and when he jumped to a major label, big things were expected. Through a series of industry blunders and bad luck, Keene's rock star ship never came in. Despite the numerous setbacks, the excellent quality of his songs has never wavered. He's just released his first-ever career spanning collection called Tommy Keene You Hear Me - A Retrospective 1983-2009. Icon Fetch talks to the influential songwriter about his many pitfalls, as well as how he assembled his new collection, and teamed up with Bob Pollard of Guided By Voices.

  • 00:23

    Icon Fetch - Jim Wolf

    in Music

    Singer/songwriter Jim Wolf's debut, Sleeping With Strangers, is a concept album of sorts; it chronicles a relationship, start to finish, from the budding romance, commitment, and finally, breakup and recovery. Wolf used a total of seven different studios in the process, taking several years to complete. The Connecticut native talks with Icon Fetch about the girl behind the songs, the experience of moving to NYC, and shrugging off the comparisons to John Mayer, who is from the same hometown, and who also played in a high school band with Wolf's older brother.

  • 00:19

    Icon Fetch - Squeeze

    in Music

    Squeeze has made some of the greatest pop music of the last 30 years, with gems like "Another Nail in My Heart," "Tempted," and "Black Coffee in Bed." These days, there's a great deal of money in song placement in commercials and films. Problem is, with the lousy contract the boys signed in their teens, they have no say in the placement of old songs, nor do they receive any money for them. Here comes "Spot the Difference" to the rescue; 14 of Squeeze's best-known classics meticulously re-recorded to painstaking detail...so much so, that they dare you to Spot the Difference. Icon Fetch talks with guitarist / lyricist Chris Difford from his home in London.

  • 00:25

    Icon Fetch - Teeny Tucker

    in Music

    Teeny Tucker's dad was the famous bluesman Tommy Tucker, who had a hit with "Hi Heeled Sneakers" back in 1964. Teeny, who stands only 5'1", is continuing in her father's tradition with her new release, Keep the Blues Alive. She talks with Icon Fetch about her new CD, her writing process and the true story behind the song "Old Man Magnet."

  • 00:25

    Icon Fetch - Peter Case

    in Music

    He was the leader of the Plimsouls, who had an early eighties near-hit with "A Million Miles Away." He left for a eclectic solo career in 1986 that's garnered him critical acclaim and three Grammy nominations. Peter Case returns with a new disc called "Wig!" He talks with Icon Fetch about having to have emergency heart surgery and the effect that it had on his life and his music. Plus the subsequent comeback shows that led to the recording of his new material.

  • 00:27

    Icon Fetch - Mojo Nixon

    in Music

    Outrageous is his middle name. Mojo Nixon first rose to prominence in the mid Eighties with a string of punkbilly college radio hits like "Stuffin' Martha's Muffin," "Burn Down the Malls," and his most-famous track, "Elvis is Everywhere." As his music career waned, Nixon found work as a DJ, first in Cincinnati, and now on Sirius XM Radio, where he hosts a daily afternoon show on the Outlaw Country channel. He also hosts two weekly shows, one on NASCAR and one loosely based on politics. Icon Fetch talks with the king of satellite radio about the difference in all his shows, plus his bold move in 2009 to give away his entire music catalog for free on amazon.com for a month.

  • 00:26

    Icon Fetch - Dwight Twilley

    in Music

    Dwight Twilley is best known for a pair of #16 hits: "I'm On Fire," from 1975, and "Girls" (with Tom Petty), from 1984, but he's been making songs with catchy hooks his entire career. He's set to release a brand new disc called "Green Blimp." Icon Fetch talks with the power pop master about his notorious struggles with record companies, and how, with the support of his devoted fans, he's been able to finance his latest project.