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Host Robert Winfree welcomes back contributor Pat Mullin to Everyone Loves a Bad Guy. This week the epic countdown to the conclusion of Breaking Bad continues with a look back at one of the most influential and well done shows in TV history, The Sopranos.
Best known for playing the unconventional hero and fan favorite “Edgar Stiles” in Fox’s Emmy Award winning show “24” and FBI Agent “Skip Lipari” in the highly acclaimed HBO’s “The Sopranos,” Louis Lombardi is going back to his Italian roots and is launching his own gourmet Italian food line, “Lombardi’s,” consisting of pastas, sauces, olive oils and olives imported directly from Italy! In addition to the launch of Lombardi’s, Louie continues to steal the screen this Fall in RUNNER RUNNER, alongside Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake as “Archie” the owner of the Sports Book and also joins the cast of TNT’s Frank Darabont Drama “Lost Angels” this fall with Milo Ventimiglia and Ed Burns as “Stucky” one of Mickey’s (Jeremy Luke) men.
Born and raised in the Bronx, Lombardi’s acting career took off after starring in the Sundance Film Festival’s Grand Jury Prize Nominee “Amongst Friends” directed by Rob Weiss which caught the attention of Academy Award winning director Oliver Stone who cast Lombardi in his next film NATURAL BORN KILLERS alongside Woody Harrelson, Robert Downey Jr, Tommy Lee Jones and Juliette Lewis. Other notable big screen films include Academy Award winner THE USUAL SUSPECTS alongside Benicio Del Toro, Kevin Spacey and Gabriel Byrne, cult classic SUICIDE KINGS with Denis Leary, Christopher Walken and Brad Garrett, and THE ANIMAL as Rob Schneider’s best friend. Louis’ love of food also inspired DOUGHBOYS, a film festival favorite starring Lombardi, Vincent Pastore, Andrew Keegan and Mike Starr about two Bronx brothers running the family bakery which was also and written and directed by Lombardi.
Are you sick of the disgraceful way our beloved US Veterans are being treated while the fat cats in DC never miss a paycheck or a meal for that matter? Join the club and join the conversation on this week's Adam Thompson Show: Get Your Shine Box! Edition.
Guests: Danny Kaifetz, Director and founder of North Country Honor Flight NCHF's mission is to transport America's Veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit those memorials dedicated to honor their sacrifices - www.northcountryhonorflight.org Frank Vincent, is an American actor, musician, author and entrepreneur. He is a favorite performer of director Martin Scorsese, having played important roles in three of Scorsese's most acclaimed films: Raging Bull (1980), Goodfellas (1990) and Casino (1995). He has also lent his voice talents to video games. He played the New York City Boss Phil Leotardo in the HBO series The Sopranos. - www.frankvincent.com
Join hosts Matt Levi and Brian Roth in a special episode of The Rothcast. NYC-based comedian Andrew Ginsburg will be stopping by to chat for a few minutes.
Ginsburg has performed in comedy clubs and colleges across the country. His TV appearances include “Saturday Night Live“ where he was recently seen in the “Tebow” sketch as Denver Broncos player #98. He was also in the digital short “The Creep“ with Nicki Minhaj, John Waters, and Andy Samberg, and several other SNL shorts as a shirtless gay Spartan warrior, Roman guard, and male model. (It pays to be funny and be a champion body builder.) He has also appeared on “The Sopranos,“ “All My Children,“ “As The World Turns,“ “The Guiding Light,“ and “One Life to Live." (Source: http://andrewginsburg.com/band_bio/)
This Week on "TheMusicBox" w/ national recording artist Tanya Dallas-Lewis!
Join us for our FIRST EVER virtual online ''Choir Rehearsal'' with composer/musician/songwriter great, Carlton Burgess! Carlton also joins us to tell us some exciting news about something UH-MAZING that he's bringing to the Washinton D.C. Metropolitan area, and how YOU can be a part!
So, to all the SOPRANOS, ALTOS, TENORS and even you BARITONES out there! Suit up! It's almost time for choir rehearsal! And by the way: ALTOS RULE!
-Tanya, Stellar/Dove Nominated Recording Artist
Louis Lombardi is best known as the unconventional hero and fan favorite, "Edgar Stiles" on the Emmy-Award-winning, "24," and as FBI agent "Skip Lipari," in the acclaimed HBO series, "The Sopranos." Louis can next be seen as "Archie," in the the upcoming theatrical release, "Runner Runner," starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake, and joins the cast of TNT's drama, "Lost Angels," this fall, as "Stucky." As if all of that isn't enough to keep him busy, Louis went back to his Italian roots, and launched his own gourmet Italian food line, "Lombardi's," which debuted on September 19th. This authentic Italian line consists of pastas, sauces, olive oils and olives imported directly from Italy. Louis wants to show families that it is easier and healthier to make a home cooked meal than to go through a drive-thru. Born and raised in the Bronx, Lombardi's acting career took off after starring in the Sundance Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize nominee, "Amongst Friends," directed by Rob Weiss. Lombardi caught the attention of Academy Award-winning director, Oliver Stone, who cast Lombardi in in his next film, "Natural Born Killers," alongside Woody Harrelson, Robert Downey Jr., Tommy Lee Jones, and Juliette Lewis. Other notable big screen films include Academy Award winner, "The Usual Suspects," and cult classics "Suicide Kings," and "Animals," as Rob Schneider's best friend. Louis' love of food also inspired "Doughboys," a film festival favorite, starring Lombardi, Vincent Pastore, Andrew Keegan and Mike Starr. He's been seen on television shows as well, including "Entourage," "Ugly Betty," and "NYPD Blue," to name a few.
From working the assembly lines in Detroit, to the grind of trying to make it as a guitar player in LA to finding success when he plugged in, Solomon King's story is the blues.
His songs have been featured on HBO's True Blood and his debut album, Under The Sun won him a Grammy Nomination in 2009 for Contemporary Blues Album.
I will chat with Solomon as we check out tunes from his latest release Train.
Todd Wolfe began playing in bands back in NYC in 1979. During the 80's, he met and began performing with Sheryl Crow.
They both went to LA and tried to get a deal for their band, but it did not happen. A few years later, Todd was on the road with Sheryl as she toured behind Tuesday Night music Club.
Snce then, Todd has been in a number of bands with some of the top players from both coasts.
The Todd Wolfe Band is currently a trio and as they say; "The Todd Wolfe Band recall the days when "Men were men and amps were amps,"
On his web site, Spencer Bohren want you to know his as a "Performer, Educator, Artist, Guitarist, Songteller".
Growing up in Wyoming in the 50's, Spencer's family traveled the state performing in churches, schools and nursing homes.
Spencer says, “My mother didn’t have boys and girls. To her we were sopranos, altos and tenors.”
Spencer continued to be influenced by all types of music and on the day he graduated high school he headed to Denver.
Spencer's journey had begun and since then it has taken him across the country and world making music and celebrating life.
Spencer and I will discuss this incredible joureny as we listen to music from his latest, Tempered Steel.
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