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DAZZLING, INVENTIVE, AND SUPER MELODIC TRUMPETER!
Offering up a fresh and exhilarating vibe with his full length debut Nothing Between Us,
the trumpet sound on this smooth jazz album is playful and dancy, sometimes reflective & intimate, but often peaceful and becomes a unique expression of the musician, rounding it off with a unique hip hop smooth jazz tune.
Trumpeter and composer Sam Hankins draws on a powerhouse resume as a music educator and R&B/jazz sideman that includes multiple awards as a middle school bandleader and performances with numerous legendary artists, including Al Jarreau, Clark Terry, The O’Jays, The Temptations, The Dells, The Impressions, Aretha Franklin and the Glenn Miller Big Band.
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The Great Commission with Terri Hill
Join Kenneth, John and Cathy in the chat room while they cover the most pressing apocalyptic news and warnings about the end-times calamities, and the forthcoming financial collapse and World War III. Tonight we will also welcome back to the show sister Terri Hill with a powerful message about our Great Commission. Sister Terri's last message on the Church of Laodicea was met with a tremendous response from the listeners and we know you will be blessed by this message as well. FOLKS things are HEATING up now at a pace never before seen by this ministry. Time is running out. The headlines are becoming more serious every week.
God Bless You - See you there!
Dermot Kelly is my guest tonight and we have a special story for you.....
He was one of my callers into the radio show about two years ago. He got his "one" question answered and what came through changed his life. I think he is still shocked by what was discussed. This was his information about his soul's incarnation and what he was here to do...
The reason Dermot is coming forward to share his story is so others will know we are not alone. We come in all ethinic groups, shapes and sizes; but yet still star-seeds to help with the same goal...to help raise the Blue frequency on this planet.
Come and apart of the growing team that is here to help humanity, the planet, the animals, and so much more...if its alive; we are here to help.
Notice we are all different and have a different skill set to offer; that is by design. When you put us all together for the same cause, then we can create the world we choose to play in.
The paradigm has shifted from a school of lessons with restrictions. Now that we have moved beyond limitations, we now move into the Golden Age of creating what ever you want. Everything you want is already here, you just need to learn how to change your frequencies to match the timeline you want to experience. The secret to a happily ever after means you have switched from the external world to the internal world. When you work on the being within, then you create the permission slips to have your fairytale life.
Join us and starting learning more about yourself so you can empower yourself and be on your way to a better and more wonderful life.
Thanks for having an open mind and an open heart,
Dr Sam Mugzzi
The Wizard of Oz is a story that was much beloved long before the epic production that remains in our hearts always. Here's the scene of meeting the cowardly lion the first time.
What does the movie tell us psychologically about ourselves, our wishes, and dreams? There were wonderful instances of symbolism portrayed in the film that doesn't take a professional to interpret as we see Dorothy and her ranch hands shift to an alternate reality.
This movie truly affected people's imaginations and wonder. I have met people over the years who swore that the movie was only in black and white! One year I rented the reel to reel and a projector from the Seattle Public Library, made up a bunch of popcorn and showed the movie to the children in the neighborhood where I was living. The first reel everything was in a type of black & white Sepia antique color, but the second reel was totally in brilliant color as Dorothy left the farmhouse in Oz. Think about what that says about "real" life versus our imaginations, which are taken to be be much more colorful and amazing than Midwestern farm life!
Join us for a wonderful talk about the psychology behind this brilliant movie along with the reasons the movie remains ageless and beloved, which it most likely will remain long after we're all gone and dead.
The Great American Story
These are our stories told in a way you have never heard before. Host Bob Day entertains and informs his audience with little known facts and long forgotten stories about the iconic people and events that make up The Great American Story. Your audience will learn about the West's greatest stage coach driver, who turned out to be a woman. Where did the term "saved by the bell" and "the graveyard shift" come from? Bob Day shares the folk lore and true stories of our colorful past in a way that will keep your audience listening, one story after the next.
"The Great American Story with Bob Day" is Broadcast LIVE every Saturday from Noon-2(pst) from am1410KMYC and Sundays from 8-10 pm (pst) then, re-cast to the world via "BlogTalk Radio". All episodes of "The Great American Story" are Archived at www.thegreatamericanstorywithbobday.com .
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Our Guest Host today will be Captain Bob Kunath. This very knowledgeable Looper will tell us about the ups and downs of cruising Lake Michigan and all of the best places to stop. With water levels reaching more normal depths, after last year's extremely low levels, there are many things to consider when approaching this always intersting body of water!
The Legendary Soul Man SAM MOORE, voted one of the 100 top pop voices of all time by Rolling Stone Magazine, joins bluegrass group Nu-Blu as a special guest on their upcoming single release "Jesus and Jones" - a song that pays tribute to the late George Jones.
Moore, who had been invited personally by George before he passed away, performed at what became Jones' tribute show Playin' Possum: The Final No Show in November of 2013. Sam took no time to agree to participate in recording this song. "I've been a fan of George's music for a long, long time and was fortunate enough that we called each other friends," says Moore. "This song honors him and says what we all have felt about him."
"We absolutely love this song and its message," says Nu-Blu's Carolyn Routh. "We played the demo for George's widow Nancy Jones and she loved it. With her encouragement we recorded it and just knew we wanted to add a guest vocalist to the recording. Then we thought back to the November tribute show and remembered it was Sam Moore who had just brought the house down. You could see the love he had for George."
Over the years, Sam has crossed over from soul, the genre his hit song "Soul Man" named, to rhythm & blues, jazz, big band, pop, and country. He was nominated for an ACM, and two CMAs for his collaboration with Conway Twitty on "Rainy Night In Georgia" on the Country, Rhythm & Blues album. Their video is considered a classic and one of the top country duets of all time.
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