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We take it on the road to sunny Florida and visit live with David Bell. Maryland native David Bell has played with southern MD favorites Grand Slam. In Baltimore he was with Passion, the Ravyns, was a founding member of Never Never, played with the likes of the Patty Reese Band, and many others.
David has relocated to sunny Florida and is involved with some music projects there...we'll find out what he's been up to.
This week, David and Jeff's special guests are Murp. Aaralyn and Izzy has taken YouTube by storm and recently showed the nation (if not the world) what they can do on NBC's "America's Got Talent." They have released an EP: "Broken Crayons," which is available through their website.
Also joining them is Jason, their father and one of the group's backing musicians.
The band discusses their history and their future, while giving the listener song-by-song commentary of the EP.
Oh yeah...there'll be a couple exclusive Ravyns live cuts, too!
Tim Steele, veteran drummer for the Ravyns and other regional bands joins us. Tim is a songwriter as well, and we'll be featuring his music and talking about his life and times. A fairly regular caller to the show under his alter-ego John Cheese, we'll also hear how funny this man is as well.
Kyf (pronounced Kyf like beef, not Kyf like knife) Brewer is our guest on this Monday edition of The Real Time Music Network Blogtalk radio show. We'll hear what been up with this extremely active and talented man. You've heard him all over the TV and radio as a voiceover artist, seen him in motion pictures, hear him regulary with the Drunken Ambassadors Radio Programme (on College Underground Radio), and have heard him musically with Climbadonkey, The Ravyns, Company of Wolv
David and Jeff are BlahJammin' and watching the fireworks! So you have something to fill the void, they have decided to air a repeat. When Lee Townsend (Climbadonkey, the Ravyns, the Real-Time Music Network) was the guest, he recalled his days in the early Baltimore music scene, along with providing sound industry knowledge for up-and-coming and established artists. It is an honor to re-air this show. Please enjoy!
Maryland music veteran Bobby Hird is Lee Townsend's guest in this episode. Bobby has played in many regional bands in his wide and varied career, including Climbadonkey, The Ravyns, Crack the Sky, the Delta Dogs and EW Dog and the Skirts. Hear some great stories of music past, present and future in what promises to be a riveting show.
For their fiftieth episode, David and Jeff welcome Lee Townsend as their guest. Lee is a part of Baltimore music history, playing bass for Climbadonkey, the Ravyns, Never Never, BAMB and many others. He is currently behind the Real Time Music Network and hosts a show by the same name, airing weeknights at 8:00 pm on blogtalkradio.com (along with collegeundergroundradio.com).
Lee and the FFN guys will be discussing all this, while showcasing music from differnet points in Lee's career.
This week, David and Jeff talk about the upcoming Climbadonkey show, take a look at the past week's music news and say one last goodbye to a beloved member of the Baltimore music community.
That...and whatever comes up before they go live.
A new "High Times With Jimmy" and tunes from a couple of Ravyns and a country legend round out the show.
Top o' the evening to ya! David and Jeff are getting their weekend Irish on for tonight's episode. They will be discussing untimely passings in the metal and prog rock communities, along with front men who show that they desperately want to be on the podcast.
A review of last Sunday's Hectic Red and Ravyns show, where Jeff will be on Saturday night, "High Times with Jimmy" and some Irish music fare round out the program.
Erin Go Bragh! (or, at least for St. Patty's Day!)
David and Jeff are abiding. Talk of the passing of Alvin Lee...Trent Reznor going off on Reddit...Axl Rose continues to be a blathering idiot...Dave Grohl and friends...Ravyns and Hectic Red at Looney's...just some of the topics likely to be discussed on tonight's episode.
There's also a brand spankin' new "High Times with Jimmy," along with the FFN Top Ten Joe F'n Walsh tunes.
We welcome Guitarist, SongWriter Rob Fahey! Rob is the hardest working musician in the Baltimore area. Well know for his days as the front man for the Band "The Rayvns" who performed the hit song "Raised on the radio" from the soundtrack of Fast Times At Ridgemont High. With Rob, We will discuss the rock music scene in the 80's and what it has evolved to today. We will highlight many of the great songs from the Ravyns as well as Rob's solo work and recent Christmas CD. Rob is a great guy and great musician, this promises to be a seriously fun discussion! Finally our regular contributors, Rev Mike from Chesapeake Cigar will join us at 9:30 to discuss all things "Mancave" then at 9:45, my friend Chef Donna Desfor from Fox TV Harrisburg is going to tantalize your taste buds with Food and Wine tips!
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