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(Today's show is a re-broadcast our 5th Anniversary Special from April 2013. Enjoy!)
In celebration of our 5th anniversary on BlogTalkRadio, Ask MomRN Show host, Tamara Walker, welcomes singer Micky Dolenz of The Monkees, musician Phil Keaggy, & producer David Harris to share Micky's new CD, Remember. This latest solo album is a musical scrapbook of songs that have special significance in Micky's life and have been re-imagined and covered in Micky's unique style. Micky shares stories behind some of the songs and how the album was made.
David Harris is the producer and musical genius behind many of the arrangements on the album and shares how he talked Micky into making the new solo album and stories of working with Micky. Phil Keaggy, widely known as one of the world's greatest guitarists, plays on the album and shares what it was like to work on it long-distance from his home in Nashville while Micky and David recorded in L.A.
Join us for a very fun, highly entertaining chat with 3 incredible artists and enjoy songs from the new CD!
Whether you are a brand new parent or have teenagers leaving the nest in a few short years, MomRN has advice, support, and encouragement to help you on your journey through parenthood. Her expertise has helped thousands of parents as they strive to be the best parents they can be. Join MomRN and her expert guests each week for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family.
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Interview with Christian Nesmith, son of Michael Nesmith, who toured with the Monkees on their reunion tour and Circe Link, his partner. They are promoting some releases they have coming up. Only, On THE SHOE.
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8pm EST The Original Rebel of Internet Radio is back at it with Special guest Wolf of Epic Beard Radio! Tonight SJE Discusses The Lebron James decision, Shit that pisses us of more Dick and Fart Jokes then you can wave a dead baby at, and all the other things you're talking about with your slawjawed moronic friends, toothless family members and the jerkoffs at work you cant stand but you talk to anyway because well if you didnt... .you'd probably kill yourself because you hate your job.
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...Or at least retire. That's right, after 20 years of this stupidity, Wonder Show founder Jim the Radio Guy is retiring! Cue the parade of guest stars, hangers-on, and unwanted company to send him off! Don't miss this once in a lifetime Wonder Show Season Six Finale!!!
There is a great saying that is floating around social media that states "Everytime you feel yourself getting pulled into other peoples nonsense, repeat these words: Not my circus...not my monkees". Today we'll be discussing how easy it is to be swept into the drama of others and how to identify the body, mind and spirit price we pay when it becomes the rule and not the exception.
May and Cynthia are putting their cyber time machine in neutral this week and playing catch-up. They're gearing up for a star-packed March and will be talking the Monkees Convention and the 30th anniversary of This Is Spinal Tap. Join them....live...
Todays episode we'll be talking more about March Madness, outstanding players in hockey, NBA underdogs, and which NFL team sucks the most. (By the way, screw the film Most Valuable Primate. Seriously.. what an isane wase of time... I mean gosh what were they thinking? "Hey you guys you know what would make any sports movie suck? Monkees! Lets put that in a movie" "But the movie title is gonna suck right?" "YES!!! PERFECT" Jesus...)
May and Cynthia are on putting their time machine on cruise control. Just the two of them this week rehashing, reviewing and rewinding the week that was...join us...live...call in 347-202-0814.
May and Cynthia continue their blast-off into the past with their special guest, singer actress Donna Loren. Her voice and girl-next-door good looks catapulted her into television and live performance stardom. She was the Dr. Pepper Girl and a featured performer on Shindig. She performed on countless tv shows including Batman, Dr. Kildare, and The Monkees. She appeared in the Beach Party movies alongside Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. She's raised a family, been a fashion designer and she's still recording. Hop on and join us as we time travel with Donna...
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Gary McGrath, very good friend of The Shoe, who has worked with Bon Jovi,The Monkees, and many more, along with Samantha Newark of the popular 80's show Jem talk their new band, Lydias Libido!
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