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As radio and music aficionados again embrace the indelible joy of sing-along choruses and melodic music, the timing is in the stars for Midnight Mirage. The Los Angeles-based band ably fuses elements of accessible pop with grinding rock, a hint of soul and the flicker of elegant orchestration. “Imagine Maroon 5 or OneRepublic with a shot of adrenalin. I’d describe us as a younger, higher-energy version of those influences,” offers front man and chief songwriter TS.
The party gets started July 10 with first single "Bad For You,” a fervent guitar-infused pop-rocker about addictive love. Midnight Mirage’s debut EP of the same name will follow in August. Already, the group has created formidable buzz before that first release hits, including 44,000+ Twitter followers, 11,000 Facebook “Likes,” 900+ YouTube subscribers and 84,500 streaming views. In addition, Midnight Mirage reached the top 10 on Billboard’s Next Big Sound Charts, which ranks the 15 fastest-accelerating artists on the Web; while “I Should’ve Known” was featured on ringtone site Myxer.com, generating 24,000+ downloads. If this is any indication, then Midnight Mirage is clearly destined for great things.
THE WHISTLER - 1942 / 1955
The Whistler was a radio mystery anthology that debuted on CBS Radio on May 16, 1942. The show was heard only on the West Coast and had Signal Oil as the main sponsor.
The show centered on a character called "The Whistler," the mysterious narrator of various murder stories.
The role was given to popular radio announcer Bill Forman, although there were occasions where the other personalities like Marvin Miller, Bill Johnstone, Gale Gordon, Everett Clarke, and Joseph Kearns took over.
Despite the show being broadcast on the West Coast only, The Whistler was able to become one of the most popular and longest-running crime mystery dramas. It ended on September 22, 1955.
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Brigadier General Godfrey Miyanda is president of the HERITAGE Party and former Vice president of Zambia, he also served as Minister of General Education. Having served as a high ranking military officer and Republican Vice President, General Miyanda joins us on a special feature to discuss his views on the constitutional provisions concerning the Republican President's health and numerous 'secretive' travels abroad, the hijacked constitutional process by the office of the Justice Minister. Did Hon Wynter Kabimba underhandedly mislead the nation and unceremoniously dismiss the Technical committee of the constitution? Recently the higher courts in the nation ruled in favor of the candidates whose parliamentary seats had been nullified alleging corrupt practices during the 2011 campaign. Does this reflect credibility on candidates involved or it is another political mirage for the benefit of the candidates at the expense of their constituency residents? Gen Miyanda joins us to answer and address these issues, and he will also gives his analysis and PF's report card since they assumed the realms of government in September 2011. Join us for this special feature as we hear from one of the nation's prolific political leaders.
Mandy Evans speaker, writer, coach and seminar leader is my guest. Mandy Evans teaches people to break out from limiting beliefs that block happiness and success.
Mandy’s websites: http://mandyevans.com, http://amazon.com/author/mandyevans
Each of her books, “Travelling Free: How to Recover from the Past by Changing Your Beliefs” and “Emotional Options” serves as a workshop-in-a-book so that everyone can clear the self-defeating beliefs that hold them back. She is a contributing author to four books by Joe Vitale including bestsellers, “The Attractor Factor” and “The Key.”
She is the director of Option Learning Experiences, founder of Yes You Can Press, and the originator of Breakout Coaching.
Since earning a Group Counselor certificate at New York’s training institute, Group Relations Ongoing Workshops (GROW) she has taught courses across the country and in Europe. Her coaching clients include bestselling authors, award winning directors, a gold medal Olympic coach, a TV talk show host and people from all walks of life who want to break out to greater happiness and success.
As a member of the faculty of Michael Neill’s Supercoach Academy from 2009 through 2012 Mandy trained new and seasoned life coaches to lead their clients’ tofor breakout results. She conducted a training for Joe Vitale’s Miracle Coaches in Austin,Texas; spoke about “Making Peace with the Past” at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, CA and shared how to “Accept Miracles” at “Attracting Miracles” seminar in San Diego. She has presented the “Breakout Weekend” and the “Breakout Training” in Palm Springs, CA
So much to talk about on today's show! Phil let's the people who want the Manhattan Beach Pier closed have it as he coughs during the show fighting the flu.
Bill Varney with the best surf fishing report anywhere.
Great fishing for yellowtail, dorado, bluefin and yellowfin tuna in this incredible year. Buzz Brizendine from the Prowler, Don Ashley from Pierpoint, Erin Villareal from Ciscos and lots more on today's show.
Rick Slavkin with a live on the water TUNA UPDATE form the Oceanside 95.
Tucker MCcombs from the Western Outdoors News Shootout on board the Mirage out of Cisco's Sportfishing in Oxnard.
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On Thursday June 26th, 2014 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will
present a discussion on the magical aspects of Abraham Merritt's (1884 -
1943) novels and stories of exotic fantasy adventure. Merritt was a
highly respected journalist who wrote his colorful tales of the occult
and the bizarre for his own pleasure and not as pot-boilers for the
pulps even though ARGOSY and other pulps were his main outlet. His work
had the quality of literature and the mytho-folkloric erudition of a
Robert Graves. Merritt had a library of over 5000 books on myth,
folklore and the occult. His tales of lost cities, ancient secret cults
and strange other-worldly phenomenon are unparalleled in beauty and
imagination. His "People of the Pit" (1917) was a profound influence on
H.P. Lovecraft and his masterpiece "The Ship of Ishtar" (1924)
described Richard Shaver's inter-dimensional "Simultane" concept. (It
was also the template for our path-working soul-travel boat.) His
"Dwellers in the Mirage"(1932) was an inspiration for my sc-fi novel
"Drell Master." Merritt was steeped in Blavatsky's Atlantis and Lemuria
lore and the obscure legendary sources behind these lost civilizations.
His "The Moon Pool" (1921) lured us out to the ruins of Lemuria in the
Pacific (see Beyond Lemuria). So, if you want to spend an hour with the
Dream-maker, tune and we'll set sail to evening Isles fantastical.
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Mirage w/ 'Shine'
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The Real FabP w/ 'O Lord She Pretty'
ABLAI w/ 'We're Making History'
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'Blood & Freedom' by Gordon Greenwood
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and new music from:
ABLAI w/ 'We're Making History'
Mirage w/ 'Shine'
That Dude 'C' w/ 'What's Up Shorty?'
Joe Wentz w/ 'Love Ain't For Stealing'
FabP w/ 'O Lord She Pretty'
Blu Collar Glomeration w/ a Back2Back
Kevin Eastman Bio Born in Portland, Maine in 1962 Kevin Eastman began drawing at a very young age copying children’s books and reading comics. Inspired by master storyteller Jack Kirby, and later by self publishing creators Richard Corben, Vaughn Bode, and Dave Sim, all of his early work focused more on Science Fiction influences than traditional Superhero style comics. In 1982, he met Peter Laird in Northampton, Massachusetts and the partnership studio; Mirage Studios was formed. Less than a year later in the middle of a late night jam session, Eastman doodled a new character he dubbed a “Ninja Turtle” to make Laird laugh—several sketches a final drawing of four characters later “Eastman and Laird’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” had officially entered the universe! Self published in May of 1984 the first issue sold out of its 3000 copies. Catching the eye of Merchandising Agents and Hollywood Producers, Eastman and Laird maintained full control of their creations while guiding them through Toy Licensing, TV Series adaptation, as well as Feature Film exploitation. Eastman found time to establish the “Words and Pictures Museum of Cartoon Art”, created an artist friendly publishing company, “Tundra Publishing” where projects like “The Crow” “From Hell” and “American Splendor” first flourished, as well as purchased world renowned “Heavy Metal Magazine.” He recently partnered with Writer, Director; Producer Robert Rodriguez to develop a new series of Heavy Metal inspired Animated and Live Action films. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Jack Shakely is president emeritus of the California Community Foundation in Los Angeles. His essays and opinion pieces have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Denver Post and many other newspapers.
His two novels, "The Confederate War Bonnet," and "POWs at Chigger Lake," are both set in Oklahoma, Shakely's home state. "The Confederate War Bonnett" won the gold medal as best historical/military fiction and best mid-western fiction in the 2009 Independent Publishers Awards...Shakely is of Muscogee/Creek descent and was chair of the Los Angeles Native American Indian Commission from 1992 to 1996. He has one son, Benton, and resides in Rancho Mirage, California. (Amazon.com)
Jack's third book, Che Guevara's Marijuana & Baseball Savings & Loan: A Novel of the Early Days of the Peace Corps, may be the best yet--but it's very hard to choose. Brilliant and witty writing combined with exceptional research give the reader a rare glimpse into the early days of the peace corps.
As one Amazon reviewer wrote: "A rollicking good story vividly told by a masterful raconteur. Captures the look and feel of the Peace Corps experience, the places (Oklahoma and Costa Rica)and the sixties in a story only slightly more colorful than life was at the time. Would not have picked up this book if I had not been a Peace Corps volunteer in Costa Rica II, but I would have missed a great evocation of the adventure. Try it, you'll like it."
Jack was a highly regarded philanthropy leaders in the country. And when he retired, he created a second career as a writer and is equally successful. Don't miss this interview with author Jack Shakely to learn who he is and how he got there.
Click here to learn more about Jack Shakely (Amazon)
"Finding Strength When Feeling Lost"
This week host Erica DiCarlo focuses on relying on God when we are too weak to fight. Topics include discerning common attacks of the enemy, key Scripture which if used in faith will guarantee victory in battle, and more!
Erica reads The Mirage from her blog, My Message which can be found at Http://brightstar2911.wordpress.com
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